ITT: Best math schools in Europe (apart from Oxbridge and ETHZ)
I'm literally just listing what a professional website ranked them as
Ok so Man of Steel kind of sucked but it does make me wonder
will people ever evolve to the point where we are no longer creatures who reproduce sexually? I mean, think of how convenient it would be if we could just facilitate the whole process through futuristic technology, and no longer have to spend so much time bending to the will of your primitive instincts which beg you to begin a relationship and have sex and all that stuff. It takes up so much of our lives.
Of course we will. One day in the future babies will be made in artificial wombs, allowing women to be more productive and less exposed.
More genetic extremes will be women born without a womb or any of that bullshit that make them bleed each month.
The most crazy would be removing the men's balls, removing the sperm and all the mess that brings.
Sex can continue for fun and socializing but all the hassle of nature will be removed.
hi /sci/ i have to study for a test tommorow about residue theorem. Id like to have some exemples .
Can you pls solve me these exercises .
If you want to study, imo, do lots of problems. The more you do, the more you get a feel of what to look for on each one.
Some general ones:
1. Draw the region described.
2. Find the number of poles, if any, and the order of each.
3. Compare them to the given region. Which ones lie in it? Which ones don't?
4. Then just apply Cauchy Residue Theorem.
Anything else, and it gets problem-specific.
I hope this helps a little.
Has anyone read this book?
is it pseudo-science or a good critic of materialism?
can you also recommend more literature which criticizes materialism?
People complain about infinity because it can't physically exist, but neither can points or lines that have no width.
Why don't people complain about those things?
Hey guys, fa/tg/uy here. I'm going to become a dad soon and I've been reading a lot on vaccines and I'm not sure what to believe or not. What's your opinions on them? How do you feel about the toxins in them, and other Chemicals?
If you really need to ask an anonymous science board about vaccines, then you probably shouldn't vaccinate your children.
We can only hope your offspring die before they pass on their genetic information, and thus that your defective genetics reaches a dead end.
For you, the infinitely small chance that any negative event comes out of vaccinating your children is negligible in comparison to the fragile-x syndrome tier retarded genetics they inherit from you
Ein paar deutsche Anons hier die mir bei diesem Rätsel helfen können?
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Es ist eine verschlüsselte Matrix. Der Schlüssel ist
. -3 2
Es muss von links kodiert werden
245 215 285 515 275 345
378 348 448 818 428 558
(Die Zahlen und der Schlüssel stehen so übereinander wie hier nur halt in einer klammer wie bei einer Bruchrechnung)
Wenn die Matrix decodiert ist setze für a=11, b=21, c31usw bis y=251, z=261
I would like to learn more about chemistry in a casual way. What are some good YouTube channels for that?
NurdRage is a chemist that puts out cool and exciting videos, yet still respects the chemistry and will teach it.
Applied Science is another excellent channel, but his videos cover all physical sciences. Just go onto his channel and select the chemistry playlist.
where do you steal textbooks from now? Just got back in school and used to use libgen which isn't working. Tried all the links in the sticky and nothing.
About negative temperature:
I understand how you can get it in a system and so on, but why does it not break the second law of thermodynamics, as entropy is decreasing in the system? Obviously I did not fully understand the second law, but what is the explanation?
It's a sliding scale thing; the universe's most cold temperature is absolute zero. In worlds that allow for non-entropic energy system, cold magic can dip down into the negative millions. It's often a very good way to put a permanent end to something.
I have one of these things and occasionally use it to froth up some milk for my morning coffee. I've noticed that only the coldest of milk will actually whip; if I leave the container out, the closer to room temp the milk gets, the less likely it is to hold a froth.
Does anyone else have to use this awful site.
What's the difference between:
1) A sphere.
2) A circle rotating along a diameter in a three dimensional space at an infinite speed.
No such thing and not in terms of "that can't be" (we're talking about a 2d shape taking up 3d volume by rotation, being impossible in a real world sense isn't a factor) but because it doesn't make sense. Infinite isn't a quantity.
At an arbitrarily large speed?
One is a solid body and the other is a rotating 2D shape.
As for what differences this makes, think in terms of stuff like density and mass.
How do you pronounce this symbol, /sci/?
Personally, I pronounce it like I would pronounce the letter d.
I was supposed to write a 1 - 2 page paper on aromatic electrophilic substitution. I totally forgot to write it, since I am a faggy retard. Now I really need some help, I know that the questions for the paper are not hard, but I am still lost.
1. I am supposed to explain, in words only, what happens when 4-Hydroxytoulen transforms into BHT for both reaction 1 and 2. So basically I need to explain the differences in each reaction.
2. The I just need to state which of the two methods are the most environment-friendly.
This is what I do understand....
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Yes. I know. I have just now, wish I would have earlier, really started to organize and focus on studying. This is my first year and I have not until now really been any good at keeping important events in my head.
I will - from now on.