Question: If there were any science experiments you could partake in be it past/present which would you have done?
Bonus: What molecular structure would it take to make a metal such as Marvels: "Adamantium"
How do I minimize my unnecessary exposure to cancerous or otherwise harmful materials?
>inb4 le stop breathing may-may
>inb4 cancer is a myth! Go back to /x/ lel
Well, of you go outside frequently, (in the forest, not a city) you should be fine. Nature doesn't really contain a lot of carcinogens that haven't been filtered out.
In your house, you can't do much. Maybe through your smoke detector away and only drink bottled water? Smoke detector has some americonium (barely any tho), and the water you drink probably has some shit in it. Other than that, not a whole lot you can do.
Do not eat processed food.
Do not eat food with coloring
Do not eat artificial preservatives
Do not drink alchohol, smoke cigs.
Live by the sea (clean wind blow pollute inland)
Live in house natural material.
No power cables
No artificial sweetners or flavourings
Natural fibre clothes
No pets (allergens damage tissue)
No fap (that was joke)
Theres no gravity in space but im guessing she meant "galaxy"
>most people still believe we've actually been to the moon
What's the general consensus here on /sci/?
And why would america waste so much money on building new rovers just to parade them around and never send them into space?
>why would america waste so much money
>implying America is rational
>implying America is a single person
>getting in computer science major
>first semester passed full of luck with a quiet satifying GPA
is it worth it? can i become rich after graduating?
If you have a good enough idea or are extremely talented and hard working you can become rich. Otherwise at best you'll be upper middle class, which is still better than a large majority of the country if you're a burger.
As a math major comments like this trigger me. Honestly I'm convinced that anyone who can think and follow an argument should at least be able to become good at math, it's just that most people aren't interested enough in it to devote the time required to learn the terminology,...
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What is the substance matter is made of?
What is the material that forms the smallest particles?
Hey /sci/, I have a question.
Do you think there could be other events in the universe on the same scale as life? Could we comprehend them?
semi-major axis = 30.06AU
does not obey Titius-Bode Law
therefore rogue planet
>The formula suggests that, extending outward, each planet would be approximately twice as far from the Sun as the one before. The hypothesis correctly anticipated the orbits of Ceres (in the asteroid belt) and Uranus, but failed as a predictor of Neptune's orbit and has since been discredited further.
Kill yourself, plutofag.
Is interdimensional travel possible or obtainable?
How can we help more people understand the benefits of Common Core and teach that a deeper understanding of how numbers can be broken up is unfathomably more efficient than memorizing a fact like "8+5=13" or applying an algorithm?
Remove the association of Common Core being a package deal with the Arts. Many people dislike common core because they perceive certain biases in the more subjective subjects taught.
Also making the questions grammatically correct and make more sense wouldn't hurt.
That picture is so cancerous. Kids do this on their own if they're smart. They don't need you to shove it down their throats with confusing questions. I do this in my head and I didn't grow up on that common core garbage.
IIT: Underrated science/math schools.
So Library Genesis was just taken down. What do we do now?
Does anyone know about studies of frontal lobe activity after eating various flavors. Or how your reaction time differs after eating certain flavors. I am doing my project on this right now.
Is it correct to put into the context of freedom the fact of its non-existence, via association being necessary, that it does not exist as if it were to be defined that it would be bound?
Are we living in the setting sun of the freedom of the universe's plight to define what does not bind it and by extension the means ascertain it once again?
>mfw the Yoda speak is weak with the geeks
You're like a buddhist who only uses his rational mind.
I guess the real freedom comes with not consciously thinking about these kinds of profound abstract concepts.
Also, this is philosophy. Sage.
I have wondered for many years now, will oatmeal digest properly even if i do not chew it much at all? Will i get the same benefits if i just swallow the stuff?
I'm talking normal quick oats with hot water added. Not steel cut or any other kind of oats. Pic unrelated.