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Calculator thread
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>using a calculator

lmao brainlets
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>useless casio calculator
why even brag about it, at all?
it's like bragging about a tiny dick
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>>8534042
This
>>8534690
This
>>8534027
Not This

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Math, Physics, Chemistry.
What's the easiest to get a PhD in?
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>>8533240
I mean, math is probably a lot less competitive than Chem and Physics, since I assume less people want to major in it. Anyone want to confirm?
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Physics is just applied mathematics, chemistry is just applied physics
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>>8533245
I hope this is true.

Time Continuum (Sci-fi Riddle).

In the time continuum, you can go forward, or backward in time!
If you go back in time, you change the future; and when going forward in time, you leave parts of the past unchanged (you're missing).
You speak to four characters on your way to the Time Continuum.
The first, second and third characters, do not tell you their names; but the fourth character, tells you it's name, 'Time 4', and after, you're in the Time Continuum.
Time 4 advises you, "change as little as possible".
Question:
How...
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There's something I don't like about you...
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CaCaaaw!

I've been researching Pornography and whether or not NoFap is bullshit. It's full of anecdotal evidence. I looked up the author of "your brain on porn" (Gary Wilson)and there's nothing about it. All I got was that he was a science teacher.

Now on the other hand, this guy called David J Ley Ph.D. Who has a PHD says that porn isn't bad. And that it's "porn addiction" is just a symptom.

Obviously masturbation is healthy and there is science to prove that. But there doesn't seem to be any concrete evidence that Porn...
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>researching
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>>8527981

>I've been researching Pornography
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it doesn't affect your brain at a fundamental level per se, but it changes your response to chemicals that affect bonding in human relationships. basically it's not bad for YOU but it's bad for your future love life

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What's the hardest part of Calc II and how can I make it easier for myself? I've heard two different opinions about Calc II:

1. It's the hardest course in the calculus series, because it moves fast and is so much shit thrown at you at once
2. It's incredibly easy because it's just knowing a bunch of integration techniques and recognizing which to apply when looking at an integral, of which it's IBP or trig subsititution 95% of the time

Which is correct?
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>>8538292
Nigga just watch professor leanards calc 2 series on youtube and youll get no lower than a B.
I personally got an A this semester.
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>>8538292

Just work untill you get it. Unless you're a diagnosed retard you'll get it eventually.
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Somewhat related question from a calc 1 fag

I'm up all night cramming for my final. Should I even bother studying weird shit like Simpson's Rule or Riemann sums? Is there any chance they'll actually turn up on the final or is it all gonna be calc fundamentals?

I have a good grasp of everything I 100% know is going to be on there but I'm not sure what to spend the time I have left on - practice more of the basics or try to learn some of the weird extra shit?

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THEY GAVE IT A HEAD
THE ABSOLUTE MADMEN
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>>8538201
nice link buttkid
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>>8538201
Nice five month old video, cunt bucket.
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>>8538217
>>8538204

It's going to be Boston Dynamics who has the best shot at inventing the asian lolita catgirl sexbot you all beg for on here.

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How smart do you have to be to read/understand Euclid's Elements?
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you have to finish multivariable calculus by the end of highschool before you even think of reading that
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I liked that part in the movie Lincoln where Lincoln's waiting for a telegram chatting with an engineer, and cites Euclid's Elements, realizing that Hamiilton was quoting from him when they used the line "We hold these truths to be self evident..."
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>>8537914
>how smart do i have to be to understand dumb dumb maths from 2000 yeras ago because the people 2000 years ago must be sooo much smarter than us in {Current_Year}

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I have some questions to physicsfags. I have scientific education, but the simpler the answer the better.

1. How can neutrinos oscillate between masses, while conserving both energy and momentum?

2. If a black hole has charge, does it have different Swarchild radii for differently charged particles? If so, then electromagnetic interaction can escape them. Can weak and strong escape them too?

3. I keep hearing, that living organisms may utilize entanglement (e.g. at photosynthesis). Is it true? How can a noisy environment like an organism prevent "accidental...
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Should I post some porn to get answers, or is 4chan really filled with stoned 14 yo neo-nazis?
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>>8537911
These are all meme questions.
Never heard about the first question but black holes don't have a net charge. And the biological qm shit was a bad paper published by washed up scientists.
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>>8537934
1. But neutrino oscillation is a real thing innit?
2. Black holes dont have charge? Explain this: you feed a black hole a loads of electrons, and after you wait for it radiate all its mass via Hawking radiation. Will the charge be conserved? If not WTF. If yes, what ensures, that the radiated particles have more negative charge than positive?
3. Yeah, it sounds like bullshit, just wanted to be sure.

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let's see how smart you actually are.


what's x?
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smart enough to not do your homework for you
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is that g/4?
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it's not homework, i will reveal the answer in 5 minutes

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Anyone doing/have done this gruelling course?

If so, did you do your undergraduate programme at cambridge too, or did you do it externally?

Do you need specifically a mathematics or mathematical physics degree to get in, or would something like mathematics with economics major-minor be sufficient?
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i got accepted after doing my math undergrad in canada but didnt go
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>>8537445
Why? Where did you go instead?
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>>8537439
3rd year undergrad at cambridge this year, I know a few part iii students.
As far as I know any degree that's sufficiently mathematical is good.
I'm not planning to do a masters (not a good enough student to get the first/high 2i to get in) but the website is usally very detailed.
https://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/part-iii-prospective
>The minimum entry requirement for non-Cambridge graduates is normally a UK first class honours degree in mathematics, physics, engineering, or...
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Hey, what's the difference between hydrogen sulfide and hydrosulfiric acid?
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About 4 oxygen atoms buddy
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>>8536458
They are the same thing, though technically the acid is the compound dissolved in water.
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>hydrosulfuric
nigga you're confusing hydrogen sulfide H2S and sulfuric acid H2SO4
no such thing as "hydrosulfuric"

>be me
>refluxing chemicals
>accidentally drop flask like an autist
>shatters
>tfw exposed to more than 1000ppm of dangerous toxic chemicals today

Who else /fucked up/ in the lab or during experiments here?
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i accidentally got 3M sodium hydroxide solution on my arm, was able to wash it off pretty quickly tho.
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>>8536454
A lab partner at uni accidentally poured p-nitrophenol on my arm (at least thats what I think it was) during the cleaning process. Now I have a scar because I though it was just water
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>>8536459
>accidentally poured
>accidentally

No one accidently pours anything, especially down someones arm.

You were bullied and this was an assault straight and simple. Report that troglodyte to the police.

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Who else /STEAM/ here?
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>>8536376
>>>/v/
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>>8536376
If only these were actually the most prized degrees
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>>8536376
OP, give me a convincing argument as to why Art deserves to be lumped in with STEM? My high school changed the STEM program to STEAM after my graduating class and I think it's a joke.

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or should i just go straight into a c++ book
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>>8533784
code monkey = just start with any language
computer scientist = that book and any language
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>>8533784
Lisp is the patrician language par excellence.
C++ is retarded gobbledygook made to satisfy the needs of dumb computer architectures.
Choose wisely.
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>>8533794
Lisp is a meme.

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Physfags, is this a meme? I've been intrigued ever since I saw this video
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIyTZDHuarQ&t=326s

Apparently there are papers that are still published on this
> Pilot Wave perspective on spin, Norsen, (2014) American Journal of Physics
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1305.1280.pdf

Bohmian Trajectories as the Foundation of Quantum Mechanics, Goldstein (2010)
http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~tumulka/papers/GTZ.pdf
Apparently it has some recent experimental support...
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>>8538244
It's overly complicated and needs way more assumptions to work than Copenhagen (which really is not as unintuitive as people claim). The problem is that people seem to be clinging to the idea that particles are tiny things flying around, bouncing off each other etc. They are not, period. It's all about fields and once you got that, the whole discussion will seem ridiculous to you.

In the end all I see in the pilot wave bullshit is forcing a belief about physics into a theory. It's like when Aristotle...
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>>8538262
>It's overly complicated

No it isn't.

>needs way more assumptions to work than Copenhagen

That particles exist and their momentum is exactly the momentum of the wave function at their location?
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>>8538264
>No it isn't.
Yes it is. You need to introduce a lot of shit into the system without any apparent reason to make it work. Copenhagen is straight-forward on the other hard. In the context of QFTs is perfectly clear what happens. Pilot waves in the context of QFTs then again are absolutely ridiculous.

>That particles exist and their momentum is exactly the momentum of the wave function at their location?
The question here really is, why do...
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>What if there was a theory that explains the observed universe without dark matter?
>A Chinese astronomer from the University of St Andrews has fine-tuned Einstein's groundbreaking theory of gravity, creating a 'simple' theory which could solve a dark mystery that has baffled astrophysicists for three-quarters of a century.
Dark matter is officially a defunct concept by """"""""""physicists""""""""""...
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So what's the solution?
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first the EM drive now this
2016 is just not the physicist year
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Interesting if true. Now to see if it holds up to scrutiny

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If Olympus Mon was on Earth how feasible would it be for someone to climb it? And would anyone reach it even today if it was on Earth this whole time?
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>>8537959
If olympus mons were on earth it would collapse under its own weight
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>>8537962
It's a big mountain.
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Oxygen deprivation would probably make it impossible to ascend beyond a certain point.

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Is anyone triggered as fuck during finals week because I'm the only one in my house studying while my housemates are all fucking around and playing video games and typical shit cuz they got jackshit to study because all their classes are pathetic easy bulshit?
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>>8537902
kys nerd
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>>8537902
yeah it's annoying but don't let it distract you, just put in some headphones with white noise and get down to work

fuck em'
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>>8537902
take a step back and really fucking appreciate how pathetic you are

it's SHOCKING

How can you make friends in grad school?
How do you get invited to go see a movie, lunch, dinner, whatever?
Ive been so lonely for years..
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ravioli ravioli whats in the pocketoli
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>>8537795
just b urself
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>>8537795
What're u studying?

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What can I actually do with a masters in pure mathematics?
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>>8537791
teach math I guess
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>>8537791
Nothing you want, 300k student debt starting
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>>8537791
You can invent new math now that you know where the boundariesof our current framework are. (kinda)

New math is by definition unimaginable, until it is imagined.

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>tfw you fell for the physics major meme
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>>8537548
Kek. Why would you do this? Nobody will every hire a physics major over an engineer
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>>8537550
DELET THIS HOMOGAY
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>>8537554
I switched out of physics when I realize this. Not in eng tho

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Was classical mechanics mathematically complete? I heard that there were sort of unanswered questions/inconsistencies with the math of it that was vindicated with the model being abandoned
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>>8537444
Newtonian mechanics doesn't predict orbits accurately enough.

Classical mechanics fails to predict motion of light and black body radiation.
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>>8537449
Ah, so this was it. Thanks. Is there other stuff too?
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>>8537449
That doesn't mean that the math behind it is wrong, it just doesn't describe physics correctly.

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Who else has a blackboard?

I just picked one up today, the home depot sells 2x4 sheets for ten dollars each.
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I'd rather not have chalk dust in my living space tbqh
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>>8537436
Woah man, ever seen a fucking whiteboard?

You are the kind of dude that is still fucking reading paper books. I bet you have a bookshelf too faggot.
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>>8537486

Whiteboard suck ass due to lack of contrast. Chalk all the way senpai.

Two objects move in circular paths of radius 1 so that each intersects the center of the other's path, as shown in the pic.

The position functions for the objects are as follows:

p1 = < cos(t), sin(t) >
p2 = < cos(t^2) + 1, sin(t^2) >

When will the objects first collide?
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>>8537373
Set them equal and solve for t.

They might not collide ever jsyk.
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>>8537373
>>8537375
To elaborate on this: there's formula for the difference of two sines and cosines. Your problem is solvable analytically.
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>>8537388
Just say you don't know, bro.

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A part of a lecture by the famous physicist and great teacher Richard Feynman.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RRkFSJ6o0A
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>>8537250
>Richard Feynman
He had an IQ of 125.
I have an IQ of 175.
He was a literal brainlet holy fuck.
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>>8537252
>no nobel prize
>no sex with yours students wifes
>no based bongo
Why even live?
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>>8537252
IQ is a mere number I guess. He knew how to explain things in a simple easy way. Wish I had a teacher like him ! Meeh

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Now that I've got your attention, what's a good free TeX editor that /sci/ likes for writing research papers?
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http://overleaf.com/
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>>8537211
TexLive.
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I'm a texmaker man myself

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Hello /sci/.
I am currently studying mathematics and at my university (I think at all universities in Germany) a subsidary subject is mandatory. So far I noticed that I am highly untalented in physics and computer science (the 'classical' ones).
Now to my question: How important are these subjects to mathematicians working at uni (i.e. the academic staff)?
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>>8537047
How important are computer science and physics to mathematics? Well they aren't, at the most abstract edge of physics there's some interesting interplay, likewise (but to a lesser degree) with comp sci. But neither are important to mathematics.
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Maybe I formulated my question in a bad way:
If my personal goal would be to become a researcher in mathematics, then how important is the choice of the subsidary subject? I mean surely the mathematical faculty works together with physicists and computer scientists, right?
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>>8537047
CS, not at all. Combinatorics and Graph Theory appear in so many different problems that you can ignore the CS applications.
Physics, somewhat as a lot of math has been motivated by physics and knowing the basics will help you understand where it's coming from.

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Is there an easier alternative to this book?

I'm about 450 pages in, using it as kind of a nosedive into analysis. But it seems like allot of people on the internet think Spivak is "advanced" material or some shit. I thought this was an introductory book?

Can any math major tell me what "level" this book is on? I assumed 1
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Rudin's Principles
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Its very basic material but some of the problems are very challenging. Overall its about the same difficulty as Rudin in terms of problem difficulty but of course Rudin is more abstract and formal.
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>>8537005
Honors level for calculus
Remedial level for analysis

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Does a solution for x exist?
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>Random numbers randomly distributed around a geometric figure
>Solve for me /sci/
Kys faggot
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>>8536992
nowhere near enough info to tell
You only gave us 2 sides of 3 triangles.
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No.

Are central banks necessary?
Why do we allow private entities to make money from huge national debts?
Are there alternatives to fiat currency that don't rely on gold?
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Bitcoin
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>>8536983
Wow that's for the generous one word answer.
I heard you guys weren't completely retarded here. How do you feel about the rule of the money lenders?
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Communism
We survived hundreds of thousands of years without money. It's like Facebook.


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