So the World Health Organization has come out and said glyphosate probably causes cancer.
Glyphosate producers tell us that it doesn't affect humans because we don't have the shikimate pathway. Hur dur, our gut bacteria do however.
The Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases recently published a paper linking Bt-toxin related GMOs to anemia and leukemia.
"According to Greenmedinfo, the new study shows thatBt toxincan target mammalian cells in particular red blood cells lineage resulting in significant damage and abnormality in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The strangest thing about the rush by OCA and other anti-GMO folks to call this the latest “GMO” scandal is that the study didn’t test Bt toxins expressed by biotech crops. It didn’t even test the Bt toxins expressed in bacteria then purified. Instead, the paper says they used “spore-crystals Cry1Aa, Cry1Ab, Cry1Ac and Cry2Aa from B. thuringiensis var. kurstaki were obtained in lyophilized form”. Some Bacillus thuringiensis bacteria can go dormant, forming a spore, and form crystals around the outside of the bacteria to protect themselves.
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is mathematics man-made or has it always been there waiting for us to discover? we have our own numbers, letters, words and symbols, but before even languages existed, five fingers were still five fingers, even if the word "five" was not invented yet. but does that really change the truth? and which one is the truth? if you think it's natural, then do you think the entire concept is natural or only the basics like two plus two? we also have the complicated side of mathematics that require tons of numbers, letters, equations (...) crazy stuff that came... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Suppose someone has refractory problems leading to far sightedness. They can read something if it is of a certain size and distance.
The question is, is it absolute distance from the letters, or is it relative distance?
For instance, would a person with short sightedness, who couldn't read something directly in front of them from 6 feet away be able to read it if they had a mirror reflecting the letters that are 6 feet away at a 45 degree angle next to them? It should mean that if it is a problem with focusing or light gathering, the information... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why is /sci/ so opposed to discussing out of the ordinary stuff? Isn't that the shit that makes people ask more questions and investigate more? Instead, people often say "X can probably be explained by Y, case closed, no need for further investigation. What, you still ask? go to /x/."
>>7797362 because people prefer to make conjectures about thing they know something about, instead of talking out of their ass like you do, and you expect everybody to do. Kill yourself or stop shitposting
because threads starting with "what if" are followed by baseless claims that hold zero scientific background or followed by the OP asking people to disprove his retarded ideas where he spams "we cant know nuthin" and changing goalposts to keep his autistic thread going on.
AI is a reality. Even the software that checks your captcha is AI. Will it kill you? Maybe, maybe not. But the possibility of it killing you gets bigger if you put this software in a drone copter with a gun and tell it to discern you from a road sign.
>>7797301 Ha! There's still no proof of this even though the ancient Egyptians were already working at this. It's not a famous theorem, but at the same time very important and difficult to work out even with the most advanced of mathematicians. Postulates have been made on how to math these but there's no verification..... yet.... We need a modern bright mind like Gauss to shed light on this.
>>7797282 Probably just a lack of practice. There's really not much point learning to use both hands equally well at difficult fine motor tasks, and dedicating the time and neurons to such a feat would be costly.
>>7797285 But even though you're not tought to use a certain hand, babies tend to use one hand for holding objects or pointing at stuff or scratching. Just as people tend to use a certain foot when kicking a football or jumping while running.
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