>>6621147 Yes, terraforming of Mars is inevitable. The Moon will have several hundred million people living on it before this century is over. Once mankind starts expanding into the solar system the severe underpopulation problem of the species will be solved.
Do you think there's anything in the universe, in math, in physics, anywhere that I'm inherently unable to understand? No matter how much time I'm given, I would never be able to understand this idea or concept or thing simply because I'm too dumb?
>some background information to regard me personally IQ 140+, INTJ, study physics (with relative ease compared to others), very self reflective
This question has been bothering for quite some time now. It would be really unsettling to me if there was such a kind of thing.
>>6604470 Thanks for the article, but allow me to rephrase. Can someone help me understand from a neurological and psychological perspective how a DMT trip affects a human? In terms of affects on the psyche. Also, it'd be wonderful to hear from /sci/entists who have taken the molecule and their thoughts on the subject.
Russian Physicists Launch Campaign to Rebuild Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower and Power the World “Tesla was right and we are ready to prove it!” So say the two Russian physicists who have just launched an Indiegogo campaign to rebuild Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower in Fall, 2014. Tesla believed that the tower could transmit power wirelessly but this was never definitively proven in his lifetime. If he was right, and after extensive study the team are convinced he was, the project could provide an efficient, worldwide energy transmission system that would distribute... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>6603332 It's basic physics that it will work, it's just pointlessly inefficient due to the inverse square law. To say nothing of how people would react to the idea of you pumping out gigawatts of radio waces everywhere when they already get buttmad about cellphones , where you'd find the spectrum etc.
>>6592164 Based on Einstein's theory of Relativity, Riemann-Zeta is just a mathematician's approach to approaching the theory of relativity from pi -- a symbol that is broken because it is split in half; the true symbol for this approach is Tau, and the s in the Zeta function is for space-time itself.
>>6590261 It's only important to get into the college/university you wish to get in. Everything else is compensative. Basically, you need to know what degree of succes the University you wish to get in requires of you. Once you get, on most universities you basically start from zero so your previous knowledge doesn't matter. I went to a language oriented high school and had a TON of luck to get into the top electrical engineering college at my country, and after I got in, I worked my ass off, did pretty good,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
4chan massively underrates education. Even /biz/ is full of retards who don't know anything about getting careers.
I'm an engineering major at a university that is ranked between 150 and 200. But because I got very good school and uni grades, I get interviews with investment banks in london for front office roles, various other financial companies including blackrock, Shell, IBM software engineering etc. I went to an open day for a strategy consultancy stuffed with LSE/Oxbridge graduates.
I'm not especially smart. my CV is nothing special.
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