Beautiful equations thread
I know, I know, I'm late. I don't have a trained eye either. Does the consumption of processed meats increase your risk of cancer? Have the reports been exaggerated?
If not, what does the world health organization have to gain?
eating increases your risk of cancer
even fucking salad.
Just let what you like kill you.
It does increase your risk of cancer. However, based on the given numbers, it's not that much of a big deal. If you ate bacon every day, it would only give you an extra 0.4% chance of dying of cancer you wouldn't otherwise have gotten.
This works out to a lifetime of bacon-eating costing you, on average, maybe three weeks of your life, or about one minute per serving. You probably lost that much time out of your life cooking it in the first place.
ejaculation/orgasm makes men weak, tired, sleepy. hungry. less motivated, makes it harder to get up next day
Do you suppose Star Destroyers use some form of quantum locking in the magnetic fields of the planets they visit in order to maintain their altitude in atmosphere?
Why haven't we evolved into a Type I Civilization yet? Why must we cut funding for science and halt progression to joint pointless wars over black gold?
Because you can't throw money at scientific progress. It requires a special mind to solve issues that are currently unsolvable. To go into Type I civilization you need to solve nuclear fusion and create a network of fusion plants to power the planet. Also the black gold is dying. Cheap oil is running out, and a lot of countries are changing to natural gas or fission power. The latter is becoming important in China and India. Two countries that consume a lot of oil.
africa and india havn't modernized yet and are going to go through a massive period of growth
people seem to ignore this but the world's electricity consumtion is going to more than triple very soon and this will most likely be run through coal and gas.
It's ironic that pro-environment hippies basically fucked up the world more than anybody else by giving into anti-nuclear fear campaigns
>can't get a nobel prize in it
If you drilled a hole pole to pole and you descended through it with no brakes and hypothetically you don't die from the inhospitable conditions, would you stop accelerating once you reach the core of the Earth? Or would you be able to pass through the core and reach the other side?
Gravitational acceleration is higher as you get further down, but without brakes you would have enough acceleration that as you passed the centre, you would start shooting away toward the other pole albeit with less energy
Your acceleration would decrease as you approached the center, you'd pass right through the other side, and you'd keep slowing down as you rose until you emerged exactly on the other side of the Earth about 42.2 minutes later. Then you'd fall back down again, and neglecting air resistance, keep oscillating forever.
Fun fact: If you ignore friction and the Earth's rotation, then a gravity-powered ride (say a rolling ball or something) down *any* straight hole drilled between two points on...
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So the average med student has 124IQ What is the average IQ of a harvard Med student
>people like this exist
Is one more iconic than the other? Or is just a generational thing? Will kids in the future even know what either of these two things were?
Why is ratio of |AB|/|BC| always the same?
I'm starting a physics major having already taken Calc 1 in dual enrollment (high school) and chem 1 in DE as well. Any tips? Strategies to retain the information I'll be learning?
Gen Bio, Orgo, and an extra English class freshman year; big whoop.
>ROTC for the USAF
Enjoy waking up at 5:30am every day and being yelled at for not polishing your shoes enough. Also, it's difficult as fuck to go directly into med school afterwards.
New neurophysiological evidence suggests humans feel empathy for robots.
Participants were shown a picture of a humanoid robot hand and a human hand in a painful situation, e.g. a cut from a knife. An electroencephalograph showed the brain potentials of the participants. The changes in potentials were similar for the human and robotic hand. A slight difference in the potentials was seen during the beginning of the empathic process, with a weaker reading for the robot hand during the ascending P3 phase (350-500ms after stimulus presentation). The difference disappeared...
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Because retards can't make that distinction and associate it with actual people who were in those situations, while disregarding the fact that those robots are contextually the same with your calculator.
So it was a close battle, but a clear winner emerged.
OFFICIAL AND FINAL.
Two votes is clearly an insurmountable margin at this point.
As we are all well aware of there are only 49 posters on /sci/ in total and fucking Anon49 is too edgy to cast a vote as usual.
What are some graduate-level fields other than math which use rigorous proofs? I know of statistics, economics, and physics. Is there anything else?
I know there is a lot of convergence in research at the most abstract levels of philosophy/math/CS/econ, but I assumed the average philosophy graduate student is just doing heavily qualitative research or basically just reviewing old literature.