what's the cost to clone something in terms of like lab equipment? and have scientists created artificial wombs yet?
this is just a meme right?
Some sort of joke that mathematicians tell eachother and have a great time when people act like they've understood it, right? RIGHT?
Is this real or CGI ? We've been debating with a friend and the movement when it starts bouncing looks really odd.
Is nuclear power safe yet?
What do you think of Alchemy?
I had this theory when i was in high school that if we can find a way to insert and remove protons from an atom we can just produce gold from shit like copper. Turns out when i grew older and learnt more shit things weren't that simple
I want to study basic human/animal biology. How should I get started? What are the best places to learn? What qualifies you to answer this question?
ur gona hav 2b mor specific.
read journal articles
pick a niche
i hav a degre in microbiology with a focus on immunology
1.) buy the campbell (that big bio book with the frog on its cover, you know) and an atlas of (systematic) human anatomy
2.) read both on your comfy couch
3.) i have 6 peer reviewed pubmed papers in biomed
hey, /sci/, i have a question about the otto cycle (applied thermodynamics exam soon). If it is symplified like pic related, is the work done by any single transformation int(pdv) or -int(vdp)? The total work in both cases is equal (same area on p-v diagram). I know that -vdp is for flows through an open system, and a typical cylinder IS an open system, but at the same time there is moving boundary work and you can't realy use a control volume. Help pls
an ideal otto cycle, is asummed to be a closed system, because the energy transfer happens in a fixed mass or control mass. then, by the enthalpy definition, dh=du + pdv + vdp, but the latter terms become zero, because is a closed system. given this, using first law, and having in mind that the expansion and compression are adiabatical processes (q=0), then the work is defined by means of the internal energy changes. hope this helps.
>tfw spend hours to wrap my head around a concept from different sources
>I could teach it to myself in 1/10th of the time
>Can't understand when it is being dumbed down so that even a retard 5 year old could get it.
>Thinks he could do it on his own without any hand holding
Oh man, brainlets. Am I right?
Why does pain stop us from doing things?
Why is it a *must* that we survive? What is the final purpose of reproduction?
>Why is it a *must* that we survive?
It's not. In fact one day you will stop doing it.
>What is the final purpose of reproduction?
Nature doesn't have purposes. It doesn't have a mind.
how come force moves things?
Any medical students here? Any premeds? How's life as a medical student? Share your story if you were ever interested in getting into medicine.
Retard code monkey here.
I'm trying to find out how to create an algebraic function which would input the number of items a search query returned, and output the number of pages, given that X items per page are allowed. How do I do this?
I know how to do that using set builder notation, but this isn't what I need in this practical world.
What is the general way of finding the integers of this type?
How is it that it's 2016 and we still don't have a definitive answer as to what happens after we die?
But we do know what happens: your body decomposes and the molecules that made you are now being used in other things. Oh you mean what happens to "your consciousness"? Turns out it's just an emerging phenomena that happens when enough neurons connect in a certain way that allows for massive parallel processing of information and this process is allowed to run for several million years of iterations.