How does one get a paying job to just study math(s)? Just graduated high school in the summer and Math is really the only thing I excelled at. It's just that there are no jobs around here pertaining to math in the slightest. I'd feel I'd be wasting my time at another job and I'm too broke for college/university.
>>7803447 Bioinformatics is generally used interchangeably with computational biology, but in some contexts it connotes more of a data-analytic approach while computational biology is about creating computational models of biological systems.
>>7803499 These terms are used so vaguely that it is pointless to worry about labeling. In the most specific sense though I would not say that computational biology creates tools for bioinformatics. Computational biology tends to be about trying to model a biological system. This is sort of like inductive reasoning, in that you are "guessing" how the system works and seeing how the results of your guess match the empirical data. Bioinformatics on the other hand is more deductive in that you are finding a pattern in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Okay, so an MRI aligns all the hydrogen protons' axes with some EM coils, then RF pulses pull them out of alignment. Then when the RF is gone, the axes move back to being aligned. Axes re-align in different tissues at different speeds, creating a signal. This movement is measured by other EM coils and an image is made.
I've got a few questions I'm having trouble with.
A. I thought MRIs captured a 3d image all at once, but I've been reading that it builds it by taking cross sections. So it's just capturing a number of planes? What orientation,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What do you guys think of the Primer Fields theory by David LaPoint? If you aren't familiar with it, here's the link https://youtu.be/9EPlyiW-xGI I'm not exactly as educated as many of you in this region. Do you think there's any truth to it, or is his research flawed? Discuss
>>7803406 It's pure bullshit. No scientific evidence or even theoretical explanation is given for why this magnetic field should replace the one that actually describes how we see magnets work and are described completely by Maxwell's electrodynamics. He just shows a bunch of pretty pictures. Don't come here to post youtube crackpottery without doing some basic wikipedia research.
So could one say that existence is composed of indefinite energy but suspends time by such means and as such does the composure of 'uni' simple re-re-deciphers itself into stability or until there is a fracture in the first point that leads to exponentiation?
...in the conviction of indefinite energy in that it is continuation is of an elaborate extension of a baseline proponents of existence and that this is manifest by the cause of what is composed by the deciphering of exponentiation in nothing, as to say the succession of everything (one being total the other being only ever partial) and that the impulse of the conspicuous nature of the fact that when indefinite energy is in play, such as in everything, that the only real conclusion is that when the suspension of time, a 'relative' and related... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Are there any ways to train your brain to work faster? For instance, if you were to practice doing mental arithmetics, seems like all that practice will do for you is memorizing results so you can later take shortcuts when working with them. Which is helpful for that specific purpose, but isn't actually increasing your brain's processing speed.
Is memorizing shortcuts for the specific activity you want to become faster at really all that you can do, or is there something else?
>>7803094 The brain doesn't work like a microprocessor or hardware computer system, it doesn't really have a definable processing speed or any method of increasing it. The brain is a greasy sack of chemicals with some meat-wires throughout and it's immensely less understandable than a computer.
There are drugs that modify brain chemistry, but never permanently and you develop tolerances.
For increasing your raw intelligence, all of the shit you see claiming to do that is bogus. I've heard of Dual N back tests doing so, but the improvement fades after you quit doing them.
You get smarter/better at problem solving by doing really hard problems a lot. There's not shortcut. There's no game. Honestly, go pick up your text book, look at all the problems you weren't able to solve, and begin solving them.
If you want to become better at mental mathematics, look up Arthur... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How do you know that you are gonna ace an exam in science? Are you never nervous or some kind of afraid that the professor is gonna try to get you out? Concepts are all okay but as soon exam time is coming up, it's really hard to stay confident in your own abilities.
>How do you study for STEM related exams that you WON'T fuck up and stay confident in your abilities?
>tfw you don't know what you're doing on your first time and you label wrongly what is actually a reachable alien civilization >the course of humanity is irrevocably changed by one man as the most important galactic discovery is discarded from future research
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