It's a form of feminism, but not backed up with as much evidence as typical feminist arguments.
Anyway, it's patently false. If we were ever aquatic, we'd have a lot more hair than our evolutionary cousins, not less. We'd be bulky and round instead of all gangly. We're built to dissipate heat, not keep it in.
The AAH has received little serious attention or acceptance from mainstream paleoanthropologists, has been met with significant skepticism and is not considered a strong scientific hypothesis. The AAH does not appear to have passed the peer review process, and despite Morgan being praised by various scholars, none of her work has appeared in any academic journals of anthropology or related disciplines. The AAH is thought by some anthropologists to be accepted readily by popular audiences, students and non-specialist scholars because of its... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
lets face it world wars has been the best thing that has happend to the human race.the amount off technology that we got from it is staggering. just think of intense the race of getting the best technology was after the wars. but at this point we have flattend out and moving very slowly forward. we need a ww3 to get our speed of evolving back on track.
The same as the odds that they lose 6 of their coin tosses out of 25. I'm rusty on my babby probability, but here's a shot: There are 25C6 ways of losing 6 out of 25 coin tosses. There are 2^25 possible outcomes in 25 coin tosses. Hence, the following probability:
Here's a better question: what are the odds that *some* team wins 19/25 tosses? I bet it's better than even. And if you pick an arbitrary rolling window of 25 tosses, it's pretty much certain to happen eventually.
Your odds of winning the lottery are basically zero. But someone will win the lottery, and if not this week, then the next week or the one after. Same deal here, but on a smaller scale.
I found some really old Maths textbooks in my local second-hand book shop recently. Some go back as far as the 1920s. They seem to explain Maths better to me than the newer textbooks, but they lack the colour of newer textbooks. Colour helps me remember stuff better.
So, what's better /sci/: Older or newer textbooks.
>>7646582 old textbooks. They were good at explaining concepts and how to solve it. They didn't go off in a tangent of some stupid story you don't need to know. New textbooks put pretty pictures and useless explanations without explaining what the author is doing and why its solved this way.
Who here uses substances to increase mental performance?
I have antidepressants, 10mg/day generic prozac, that I gotta take or I just lie in bed hating myself all day. Although it feels like when I'm depressed I am more creative, better at playing piano, finding unique solutions etc. I also take caffeine and occasionally kratom which is pretty bomb for banging out a massive study session.
I'm willing to spend whatever time it takes, and start right from the basics - the story is I've failed Math at a high school level twice, and I'm coming back to another local highschool to redo Math specifically
The thing is, I can never get interested in it in class because my base knowledge is so lacking, so most of the things they teach aren't intuitive to me
I grew up next to a slaughterhouse and was sometimes woken up by shrieks of pigs who were about to be killed. Can't we just gas animals (with helium) instead or is that technically impossible? Would be more animal-friendly and at least and also less distressing for the workers I guess.
>>7646240 Helium definitely not, it would be completely impractical. You probably could asphyxiate them with high percent nitrogen air mixtures, but that would also be extraordinarily expensive (just in terms of time required making vacuum sealed rooms), and it may affect the quality of the meat. Anything other than nitrogen would be too expensive to be considered.
Yes it is very powerful you can research that yourself. And no doctors can't legally give you a sugar pill. Doctors don't actually make the medication they get it from a supplier. So unless the doctor is ordering sugar pills (which looks shady) they are giving you exactly what they ordered from the supplier
Who is at the forefront of the development of AI? Soon finished my master's degree, and so I want to dedicate my whole life to science, I would like to get the PhD where I will work or nearby. I am now considering the option of German, TUM, but it is worth to have a fallback.
>>7646047 >>7646055 Would be more spooky if the opposite was the case (human not able to see in space or no big objects in space) givs me a safe feeling, cause one can see that everything is going well since billions of years and we can just do our shit like post on /sci/
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