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Is it true that c++ is being replaced by rust because of security concerns?
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/psg/ - probability and statistics general
In this thread we will share notes, discuss problems, and read textbooks related to probability and statistics. Getting very skilled in a particular area of math can be fun and rewarding, and can have many benefits, especially in such an applicable field as statistics. Feel free to post textbooks that we can start with when we reach thread 2.
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IQ is bullshit
The fact that you can raise your IQ score by repetitively taking IQ tests just shows that IQ tests are folly. That means for subjects like mathematics, you can increase your understanding just through repetitive practice, math is a skill after all and the best way to become skilled is through practice. The term "stupid" is thrown so often that it makes IQ scores meaningless. Unless the tests are 100% accurate, why should we trust IQ?
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frogposters win again
look alive janny
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Why is people enjoying things called a "dopamine addiction". Why try to make being amused a medical condition.
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How fast do you think a hi-IQ person (130+) would be able to learn a language, relative to the average person? Taking as an example an english speaker learning any romantic language.
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College students dumber than ever
The average IQ of a college student has fallen by 17 points over the past 85 years

>Meta-analysis: On average, undergraduate students' intelligence is merely average

According to a widespread belief, the average IQ of university students is 115 to 130 IQ points, that is, substantially higher than the average IQ of the general population (M = 100, SD =15). We traced the origin of this belief to obsolete intelligence data collected in 1940s and 1950s when university education was the privilege of a few. Examination of more recent IQ data indicate that IQ of university students and university graduates dropped to the average of the general population. The decline in students' IQ is a necessary consequence of increasing educational attainment over the last 80 years. Today, graduating from university is more common than completing high school in the 1940s. Method. We conducted a meta-analysis of the mean IQ scores of college and university students samples tested with Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale between 1939 and 2022. Results. The results show that the average IQ of undergraduate students today is a mere 102 IQ points and declined by approximately 0.2 IQ points per year.
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Biologically speaking, is anal sex (both homosexual and heterosexual) safe?
I feel like I hear both sides pretty often, and both are completely confident in their conclusions.
Those who say it doesn't lead to incontinence and only strengthens the muscles. And then those who say it damages the muscles and eventually requires the use of a diaper.
I feel like the truth is somewhere in the middle.
Which side is closer to being right?
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It's just science, lads.
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>magnetic confinement = trying to hammer a nail with a blow dryer
>inertial confinement = trying to hammer a nail with a flashlight
>magnetic target = trying to hammer a nail with a hammer

Why did we ever waste time on the first two?
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A Hertzsprung–Russell diagram plots the luminosity (or absolute magnitude) of a star against its color index (represented as B−V). The main sequence is visible as a prominent diagonal band from upper left to lower right. This plot shows 22,000 stars from the Hipparcos Catalog together with 1,000 low-luminosity stars (red and white dwarfs) from the Gliese Catalogue of Nearby Stars.
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/med/ - medicine general
pax educating psychologist
>tfw have to treat someone who posts on /sci/

Previous: >>16004526

We discuss research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor), make fun of premeds and shitpost.
Keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K/soliciting advice out of this thread and start your own because it takes a lot of space.
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Where do you draw the distinction between a thing's nature, inclination, and its "free will"? Is consciousness and "choices" anything more than just arrangements of chemicals, causality, and antecedence? If we re-created the same exact spatio-temporal arrangement of matter, the positions of atoms, and their velocities. Would it suddenly behave differently? Neurologically speaking. Where does free will end and "my ADHD/Tourette's syndrome/autism made me do it" "my addiction made me do it" "my chemical imbalance made me do it" begin? Point to the exact spot. Give me a number. Normies never seem to give you a straight answer. Either everything is free will or nothing is free will. Either all of our actions are determined by our brain chemistry or none of them are. There is no in between. Mentally ill people with their "chemical imbalances" aren't special.
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Psychiatry Lies
Why do doctors tell mental health patients that they have abnormal brains, when in reality, most mental health problems are the result of bad life experiences? Pic related.
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>People who have received mRNA COVID vaccines will undergo irreversible genetic changes, becoming contaminated transhumans, and inevitably facing future problems of some sort.

What do you think about the claim that...? While there are certainly doubts about the safety and efficacy, isn't this too much of a conspiracy theory delusion?
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If you were genetically engineering a super soldier would you give them O- blood or AB+ blood? I really like the concept of super soldiers and any other related hypothesizing or musing would be appreciated.
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new zoomer common core notation just dropped, discuss
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>And thus trivially, we see that the axiom of choice is false
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Is K&R really the best book to learn C?
I'm learning CS from this chart and I'm satisfied until now (I didn't read Deep Work and Gödel, Escher, Bach.)
But now I don’t know if K&R2 is really the best way to learn C. Yes I know that it’s still very relevant, but it is a little outdated no? (1988).
So do I read it or get another book? If so, what recommendations?
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>wakes up
>suddenly reminds myself, what I, as man is nothing more than toy to be shaped by women's sexual selection
>day ruined
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What do you do for a living?
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Physical Dimensions
I'm thinking about physical dimensions.
Seems to me that you can't move an n'th dimensional object to (n+1) space without destroying it.
For instance, 2D objects can't exist in our 3D space because everything must have at least some depth to it, you can't have an object with 0 depth any more than you can have an object with 0 length or 0 width.
You might be able to transfer an n'th dimensional object to a different n'th dimensional universe via (n+1) space however.
For instance moving a 2D object from a piece of paper onto a different piece of paper.
If that's possible then you could also move an n'th dimensional object to another arbitrary space in the same n'th dimension by folding space and using the same technique (i.e. a wormhole).

So using that logic, if wormholes are possible then travelling to different parallel universes (if any exist) is also possible via the same techniques.

What do you think?
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Psychology question
Now as an adult I generally know better than to listen to it, but I've noticed that when someone says (for example) that they don't like pizza there's a part of me that instinctively feels they are making a simple error of perception, as if they had said coal was white. Is there a name for this cognitive glitch? Does anyone know why it happens? I initially thought it might have something to do with autism, but a brief unscientific study of a few of my friends suggests that which ones can relate to it isn't particularly closely tied to which ones are autistic. Another thought that occurs to me is that it might just be simpler to model deliciousness as if it were a perceptual primitive (qualia) like the color black or C sharp, but that raises the question of why there are people who said they couldn't relate to the feeling at all.
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There is a medical conspiracy happening right now that you need to know about
Behind closed doors doctors have realized that nearly everyone who has had COVID even once has long term lung damage that is only treatable with a combination of steroids and a bronchodilator
Unfortunately due to the terrible PR currently surrounding the vaccine and the handing of COVID in general, the decision was made to not tell the public, and instead to only prescribe these the next time somebody gets COVID and then also goes to see a doctor about it.
I understand that they are trying to prevent panic, but I can't see this going the way they think it will
As soon as people start realizing that everyone they know is getting prescribed these medications, people will start asking questions and the backlash is going to be horrible
This is my attempt to get the information out there to anybody who will listen. If you don't believe me, go see a doctor and tell them you were sick with a cold a week ago and see how quickly you're prescribed these exact drugs.
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Goal Posts
Where will they move next?
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Will the covid jab eventually kill me
I really regreted cucking at 19 only few months after the 2nd shot and still think back in deep shame and regret. I have taken 2 viral vector ones (sputnik V). Will I get turbo cancer in the near future? Do I have vaids? Is my celles genes or dna permanently damaged?
My schizo insticts tell me Í fucked up real bad and this is deliberate depopulation.
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Do you have any evidence that your intellectual ability is outstanding? Like a degree from a prestigious university?

>Universities are nothing but dens of SJW NPCs

Oh, really? Do you have any other evidence besides that? An officially administered IQ test would suffice. Do you have something like that?"
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When did you realize thunderfoot is actually a schizo?

I think it was evident since the start however this takes the cake:

Some internet idior reviews a bottle.
From what I understand it is only a double wall battle that you keep in the fridge so that you can then cool your drink super fast and without having water mix into your drink.

What dose schizo foot do?
>Muh experiment
>[schizo ramblings]
>Measures temperature of water cooled with ice and cold water mixture.
OK schizo. How is this relevant
>[schizo ramblings]
WTF is even this experiment and how is this relevant?

How schizo is he?
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Has anyone gone through this book?
If you gone through this book can you answer 3 questions? What did you learn from it and how did it help you in your undergraduate physics studies? And was it worth going through it, if not then what else would you suggest as an alternative?

It has some of the highest positive reviews for a physics text by springer, that's why it interests me.
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Math major hell
How do math majors actually graduate ? Am I getting IQ filtered ? The material isn't really that hard per say but the sheer amount of time required to go through all the course work, examples and extra problems and get enough muscle memory to be able to write down the solutions in a reasonable amount of time for the exam is just above me. Any anecdotes, experience to share for stuggling math anons ?
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Is there any way to raise cognitive function and memory? I must know if there are actual proven methods of improving it without outside help (substances and payprograms)
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Why is it like this? How come trillions of dollars invested in soience research only makes things worse rather than better?
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Intelligence has been proven again and again to be highly correlated with wealth.

Why aren't you rich anon?
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Is there a scientific way of fixing DNA tests so they detect the correct gender?
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what would have to shift in earth's biology or whatever to have lightning strikes cover every 10 square yards?
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>High IQ autists being praised by society for doing something very complicated.
>Someone comes along and finds a new method a high schooler can apply to solve the same problems.
>High IQ autists get ridiculed in retrospect and come off as the real retards all along
Why is it always like this ?
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Explain to me why I shouldnt gamble?
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Which AI is the smartest?
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Where are all the Aliens !?
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Can someone explain the wage gap to me.

If for example 10% of the pilots in your country are women and 90% are men. Then let's say that in an airline company there's only one female pilot and the rest of the female employees are low paid stewardesses which causes a big wage gap within that company across average make female wages.

How are they supposed to equalize the ratio of male to female pilots within the company if there are hardly any in the entire country?
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Could Serge Lang's Basic Mathematics fix this?
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Stack Thread
Post your stack


Now food Green tea extract pills 3 (standardized) -> Equivalent 96mg of caffeine
Now foods White willow bark equivalent to 375mg Salicin
PRL-8-53 100mg intranasally

Green tea -> L-theanine
Zembrin -> PDE4i, SSRI

IN ABT-089 2mg
Zembrin -> PDE4i
Green tea extract -> Caffeine & L-theanine
NSI-189 40mg
dual-n-back training
math problems

Blood flow
Tadalafil 10mg
Amlodipine 5mg
Green tea -> NO Boost

Longevity enhancers
Green tea -> Telomere elongation, DNA repair, NRF2 activation, Senolytic, SIRT1 activation, NF-κB
Amlodipine -> BP, NO Booster, Senolytic
Tadalafil -> NRF2, Vascular function, BP
WWB -> Cancer defense by lowering systemic inflammation, NRF2, NF-κB
Melatonin -> Anti-oxidant, NRF2, Senolytic

Pain managment
Zemrbin -> Opoid/Serotonin system-mediated analgesic effects
WWB -> Prostaglandin-mediated analgesic effects

All of the above
Green tea extract
Sensai Drive

Etifoxine 150mg
Melatonin 2mg
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/scg/ - STEM career general
Cyber Agent v0.4
"Guest-starring /tg/ edition"

Last Thread: >>>15996641

This thread exists to ask questions regarding careers associated to STEM.
>Discussion on academia-based career progression
>Discussion on penetrating industry from academia
>Or anything in relation to STEM employment or development within STEM academia!

Resources for protecting yourself from academic marxists:
> (US)
> (Canada)

Information resource:
>*The Chad author is seeking additional input to diversify the content into containing all STEM fields. Said author regularly views these /scg/ threads.

No anons have answered your question? Perhaps try posting it here:

An archive of all the previous editions of /scg/:
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>working memory

Is there a highly intelligent individual who lacks this?
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If there are an infinite number of whole numbers, and an infinite number of decimals between any two whole numbers, and an infinite number of decimals in between any two decimals, does that mean that there are infinite infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And…
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memetruck consoooom'd
If science is so smart, how come it still hasn't even figured out a way to prevent rust yet?
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What occult practices did he engage in to be given the law of universal gravitation by the gods?
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How do C/C++ fanboys feel about such security issues?
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Why did the scientific revolution happen in Europe instead of other parts of the world, like the African continent?
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Replication Crisis
Post psychological theories you believe were sourced from the game of telephone known as The Replication Crisis. I'll start with Autism. I believe autism used to have a meaningful distinction, but over time through shady plagiarism in papers and extra "aspects" being tacked on by equally shady people, it became the "m'tism's a spectr'm" epidemic we currently have surrounding us.
>No evidence required
>All theories are permitted
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NASA fails again
Does the explosive growth rate of corals in Australia prove that global warming isn't happening or does it prove that NASA is a completely incompetent science organization?
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wtf is this all about?
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Gutenberg printing press vs artificial intelligence, which technology will have a greater impact on human society?
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Reimu heart hands
>be adjunct math professor
>have to teach Calc II
>get textbook
>start working end of chapter problems to make an answer key to problems not supplied with answers
>get called into department chair's office
>we are moving to the newest edition of Calc II book
>Get new edition of book
>Start making answer keys
>text of the chapters are identical
>problems have been bumped forwards slightly
>problem 1 is now problem 3
>problem 2 is now problem 4
>problem 3 is now problem 5
>problems 1 and 2 are new
>nothing else is changed
>whole new "edition" is just this change across all chapters
Why are textbook publishers like this? Why are new texts on things like Calc II even published? Shouldn't a new text mean new ideas or applications were discovered?

Is there some legitimate reason for this, or is this just an example of Capitalism behaving like a Paperclip Maximizer?
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can this nigger Wolfram write anything that isn't about cellular automata?
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Why are we pretending that evolution is a proven fact?
There is a very common misconception that evolution is a scientific fact.
Lots of people are under the deluded impression that evolution has been proven.
This is because the very word "evolution" has a lot of false weight behind it.
Microevolution, like variations in the dog, bird and human kind etc. is the only evolution which has anything to do with science.
Macro evolution like humans from apes and fish becoming philosophers is science fiction.
So whenever someone says evolution is false, the evolutionist will argue that is true by arguing for micro and then conclude macro is true along with it.
This is called the fallacy of equivocation.
>I look like a monkey therefore I came from one.
This is the atheist argument for evolution in a nutshell. Nobody has ever argued against the similarity between apes and humans but correlation does not equal causation.
It is a meaningless line of argumentation.
Unfortunately, this non sequitur is the most powerful argument for evolution for those who are ignorant of the billions and trillions of issues with the theory based on actual real hard scientific evidence present which will take the same billions and trillions of instances of magic to solve, including the very lack of evidence for the theory like the absence of millions of transitional fossils which should be present according to the theory. But there is not a single undisputed transitional fossil.
And there is also the fact that soft tissues were found in dinosaur bones. Thing is, soft tissues don't survive for 80 million years.
And abiogenesis which is downright impossible as a single protein forming by chance is the same as a tornado building a house, and that it will take longer than the age of the universe according to Levinthal's paradox.
To still believe in evolution with all this facts present is COPE of the highest degree. It's pop culture.
And nothing ass blasts an atheist as much as calling out their beloved retarded bullshit that is evolution for some reason.
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Do you read books?
What's the point of all these book charts when it's evident that no one ever reads them. What's the point pretending when every midwit has the same set of books they all supposedly read yet they act like it
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Navalny died of the clot shot.
Nice going science, Putin thanks you.
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Ahmed Muhammad
He should be 22 or 23 by now. Which engineering school did he attend? Is he still advancing clock technology? What became of this bright young mind as it matured to adulthood?
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I'm devilishly clever about emergent human behaviors. I just choose not to take advantage of others because of my faith.
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Who did this?
>J0529-4351 was discovered in 1980 and for 40 years was thought to be a star. Last week, it was discovered actually to be a black hole with an accretion disk 7 light years across. It consumes 1 solar mass every day and emits energy equivalent to a supernova ever second.
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God says hello (holofractal)
Guy lets his computer randomly roll a dice a couple thousand times, it returns pic rel.


Non-dualism bros, we eating good tonight.
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What the FUCK is his problem?
>Singularities don't even exist, Roger Penrose is a fraud, and you're all fucking retarded for believing his junk for the past 60 years - Roy Kerr
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Anyone got Any clue about solvent effects on metal complex formation?
I am working with making transition metal complexes mostly based on halides and quarternary ammoniums. I did it in water, ethanol and BMIMCl.

For shit like Cadmium and Copper I keep getting weird interconnected chains when I do it in water, but nice isolated tetraeders in literally any other solvent.

I need to explain why this happens, but any research into solvent effects seems t be into if complexes will form or not. Is there some explanation for this? I'll even take an obscure theory made by some serbian in 1923.
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Just a reminder
HIV is a relatively harmless passenger virus that is not the primary cause of AIDS.
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>on my way to make a sextillion dollars
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Lmao even.
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Redpill me on red meat
Is it really bad for you unlike lean meat or is this another age-old psyop to make us sicker and frail?
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hey pseudoscientists

got my blood test results, anyone wanna tell me if im dying or not? kek
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/sqt/ - stupid questions thread
Previous thread: >>16015839

>what is /sqt/ for?
Questions regarding maths and science. Also homework.
>where do I go for advice?
>>>/sci/scg or >>>/adv/
>where do I go for other questions and requests?
>>>/wsr/ >>>/g/sqt >>>/diy/sqt etc.
>how do I post math symbols (Latex)?
>a plain google search didn't return anything, is there anything else I should try before asking the question here?
>where can I search for proofs?
>where can I look up if the question has already been asked here?
>how do I optimize an image losslessly?
>how do I find the source of an image?

>where can I get:
>book recs?
>online courses and lectures?
>tables, properties and material selection?

Tips for asking questions here:
>attach an image (animal images are ideal, you can grab them from >>>/an/. Alternatively use anime from
>avoid replying to yourself
>ask anonymously
>recheck the Latex before posting
>ignore shitpost replies
>avoid getting into arguments
>do not tell us where is it you came from
>do not mention how [other place] didn't answer your question so you're reposting it here
>if you need to ask for clarification fifteen times in a row, try to make the sequence easy to read through
>I'm not reading your handwriting
>I'm not flipping that sideways picture
>I'm not google translating your spanish
>don't ask to ask
>don't ask for a hint if you want a solution
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how is it possible for the carbon footprint of homegrown food to be 500% greater than conventionally produced food when homegrown food doesn't involve any tractors or any trucking the food to the grocery store or any driving to the grocery store to go buy it?
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In all honesty this is tough to refute.

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Increased CO2 concentration would lead to increased food production. You learn about this in middle school.
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Why is science promoting cannibalism?
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Hello everyone, I like math and everything but there is a question or maybe a problem in my mind that I have still not been able to come to a solution or conclusion with, it is the question of why multiplying two negative numbers gives a positive one, I imagined multiplying -2 and 2 as how many steps I needed to go on the number line and to what direction, two -2s gives us -4, but how should I think about -2 times -2? like how can I even imagine it? Can I even say ' minus two steps' or ' go -3 steps to the right or left'? It just feels confusing, can anyone explain?
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Seeking recommendations for scientific LLMs
Hey /sci/,

I'm working on a project that requires a large language model (LLM) that can provide scientifically accurate answers and source the information from credible sources like research papers or academic journals.

I've been looking into some options like Bard: [invalid URL removed] and Megatron-Turing NLG:, but I'm not sure which one would be the best fit for my needs.

Ideally, I'm looking for an LLM that:

Can understand and respond to scientific queries accurately.
Provides references or citations for the information it provides.
Is up-to-date with the latest scientific findings.
Any recommendations from the /sci/ crew? Have you had experience using LLMs for scientific research or tasks?

Thanks in advance!
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>it takes the earth 365 days to circle the sun
>not 360 days
>every day could have been 1 degree

We were so close
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If space is found out to be discrete, won’t that lend a lot more legitimacy to the simulation hypothesis?
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"By this we demonstrate here that the Quaternary is concealed within the Ternary. O God! pardon me if I have sinned against Thy Majesty in revealing such a great mystery in my writings which all may read, but I believe that only those who are truly worthy will understand." - Dee

"I noticed that Dee's language about Quaternarys (cubes?) fitting into Ternarys (tetrahedron?) reflected these ideas a little bit, as does the union of opposites concept that pervades the Monas / alchemy at large.

Further more, the whole document speaks to that Monad, the Singular Unity, or, geometrically speaking, a point. Fuller credits himself with the discovery of the geometry of a point; "what we think of as a point," he writes in Synergistics, "is always eight tetrahedron converging to nothing at all." We see that reflected again in the cubeoctohedron, with its eight tetrahedrons , which, as we've seen through the vector equilibrium, converge to nothing at all (that "nothingness" is also referred to as the tetravoid, which Fuller conceptualizes as the opposite of a black hole).

>The densest known regular sphere-packing in two, three and four dimensions uses the cell centers of one of these tessellations as sphere centers.

what were Dee and Fuller catching onto? what are the essences of the Quarternary-in-Ternary?

and additionally there's plenty of resonances with Dee's quarternary (the hidden fourth T within the Triple Tau) in Fuller and synergy ("a whole which cannot be explained by any component or sum thereof"), where Fuller's helpful example is to 'helically unfold' a triangle (because 'the triangle is a spiral-- a very flat spiral, but open at the recycling point', will post example)
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Discuss techniques of improving IQ. Here's what I've found:

>Activities linked to IQ increase
Doing difficult math and logic problems (e.g. Springer Graduate Texts)
Orbitofrontal D1-D2 stimulation (apparently very potent)
Learning a new language (the more it differs from your mother tongue, the better)
Nucleus Basalis stimulation
Learn to play an instrument
Some (!) meditation techniques
Neurofeedback training (specifically Dual-N-Back)
Intermittent fasting
transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)
some memory activities/games
Continued education
lucid dreaming
some binaural beats
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Comvince me a high meat diet isn't the best
>Switch to a 90% meat and fat diet
>Suppliment with some fruit
>Literally every physical or mental problem I have dissappears within a week
>Lose 10 pounds a month every month of fat
So, at this point, it's beyond any reasonable doubt that the best possible diet for anyone is obviously a high meat diet. Now, the question becomes WHY is anyone still holding a different position? It's recently been proven that the carnivore diet can literally cure bipolar.
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Weaponized consumer drones defense
/k/ is too retarded to answer this. Why these fuckers seem so indestructible?
Would be too hard to build a small cheap interceptor drone that just seeks the microwave signature of the video feed and stuff? And that explodes near it?
I am speaking of consumer drones used in Ukraine, not the actual hi tech military ones.
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Caught you faggots slippin. Why didn't any of you tell me about this enchanting, witchy, potion-mixing Sheila?
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How can we measure the speed of light if we and all matter in the universe is in motion?
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If the climate is so much hotter now than it was in the past how come trees used to grow on the coast of the arctic ocean, but now its too cold for them to grow there?
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If science is so great why cant it get any of you mf'ers money or a gf or anything?
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What's the science behind this?
>Why did fertility rates collapse?
>Does evolution play a role in this?
>Do certain genes affect reproductive behaviour?
>Will evolutionary pressure cause a rise in fertility again?
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Why do the scientific establishment, the political class and intellectuals fear these two disciplines?
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babies vaccines
Is this really necessary?
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Did Asians actually go through the Bering strait to become native Americans or is that all bullshit

What happened?
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Information Dark Age
I have strange fascination with preserving information for posterity. I often think about finding lost silent films and what may be on the Herculaneum Papyri and such. That got me to thinking, will films, TV, music and such from the 20th and 21st centuries be completely lost in 500 years time? Hard drives and optical discs will rot, film stock will disintegrate, videotape will eventually lose its magnetization. Music will do better than movies because vinyl records literally have the information physically etched onto it, but I’m not sure movies can be infinitely preserved. Preserving and digitizing may be fruitless if the digital formats themselves aren’t infallible.
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How does science explain the cooling trend over the past decade? Is this the start of the next ice age?
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Will I ever walk on the moon?
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its over

"Three new peer-reviewed papers, published in major prestigious scientific journals... completely undermine the alleged scientific consensus on man-made global warming."
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post interesting and edgy /bio/ publications itt
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The historic data on Arctic sea ice extent had been severely altered to fit the global warming narrative. This gif shows the data before and after it was changed.
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another plagiarism scandal at harvard
another plagiarism scandal at harvard
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Is it scientifically possible to determine from photographs or video if Michelle Obama is really a dude or not or would it require a DNA sample to be sure?
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Well, /sci/?
Is there enough information to solve this math problem?
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>one of the smartest, most respected and accomplished math niggas in the world.
>has an ugly wife
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What is VAIDS?
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What causes someone to end up this deformed looking? Did his mom fuck a giraffe?
14 media | 72 replies
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How do climate changeoids explain this?
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Which axioms does /sci/ believe in?
4 media | 86 replies
Is there a sociological or psychological explanation for why they behave this way?
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How does sci feel about picrel guide to recognizing bad science?
What would you add to or remove from the list?
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peer review
Biologist Allan Savory says that peer review is ruining science
What does /sci/ think about this issue?
2 media | 39 replies
Is it over for science?
Scott Adams says that science is no longer trustworthy, whats your take on this situation?
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>cancer treatment causes cancer
wtf? why is science so stupid?
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Longest running science scams
>cold fusion
>dark matter
>quantum computing
What else has been overhyped for decades with no practical results?
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I am an extremely low IQ, stupid person with a deep interest in physics
Why have I been cursed so
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>Majored in CS instead of EE
>Too far into my degree to switch
It's over. So many interesting fields I'll never be able to break into, and the ones that I can (machine learning, image processing) aren't taught as extensively. Why is this meme degree shilled so hard
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Do you think science is probably dramatically overestimating the IQ of gorillas? It seems so improbable that they're more intelligent than any race of humans. Gorillas would be escaping from zoos constantly if they were really that smart. I bet their IQs are more like half what the scientists are estimating.
12 media | 85 replies
global warming has officially ended
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How should science deal with the venereal disease epidemic?
What caused the epidemic to begin with?
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LHC is a failure
So let's build a bigger collider with public money, which achieves nothing again !!!1
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You're not happier if you have low IQ.
Be thankful you don't have low IQ
I had 80 IQ in HS (due to ASD/ADHD/schizoaffective). Five years later (due to meditating) I have 120 IQ.
Being low IQ is a living nightmare:
>you perpetually end up in miserable situations and you don't know why.
>You're easily demoralized, enraged, tricked, etc and you have no idea of how to deal with it.
>You're always getting swindled by someone/some company.
>You're driven by impulse & habit alone, with fear of consequences being the only limiting factor, and you always feel "in the right" about whatever pleasure you're chasing, & see anyone who hinders you as evil.
>You're basically zoned-out all the time (to some degree), even when trying to focus. It's similar to being sleepy or physically tired all the time.
>You live FOR the moment, but not IN the moment
I understand at higher IQs its hard to escape negative though/feelings (since you notice more), but that is WAY BETTER then being a raft in storm at the whims of forces you cannot control nor even understand.
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>still have acne in early 20's
>change diet, kick sugar, eat healthy
>nothing changes
>go back to drinking soda and shit
>nothing changes
the diet ---> acne meme is a fucking myth. what else could i do?
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What is the true potential of AI without its hype that's surrounding it?
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How far are weather prediction models from perfection given the fact that weather is inherently unpredictable?
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New studies
Which field of research do you think is most underrated/neglected?
(In terms of academics engagement, number/quality of studies, potential, funding, or media coverage.)

There's so many papers but most of them are about minor niche things like modelling of cut carrots, random dinosaurs, and so on while subjects with a big need of data/findings right now in the real world often have barely any study or trial. Are there any projects about reorganizing research so it's more useful to society?

Why doesn't /sci/ debate recent actual studies/results with few exceptions? Those studies aren't big enough to have a whole thread about them and the studies that have threads here are either trash or just there due to controversy. What's your take on the featured ones?
12 media | 30 replies
Tissue Engineering
What do you think about tissue engineering bros? Will it forever change how we see ourselves as humans? How hard is it to turn it into reality?
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Nutrient found in beef and dairy improves immune response to cancer

>Scientists at UChicago discover that trans-vaccenic acid (TVA), a fatty acid found in beef, lamb, and dairy products, improves the ability of immune cells to fight tumors.

Is this why """"science"""" is trying to eliminate the cattle industry and blame it for """"global warming""""?
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Why people lost respect for science in the last few years?
It seems that at some point the majority of people went from trusting it to dismissing it without second thought.
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Could animal fats be scientifically classified as "plant based" since the animal fats occur as the result of animals eating plants?
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Is this technologically feasible?
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What is commonly found in a cell?
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Do high IQ people have more personality variance compared to low IQ people as a consequence of their greater capacity to acquire and relate information on a whim?
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How to stop an inflammation in my knee without drugs?

I would prefer behavioural methods and natural medicine. Maybe some of you had a similar problem and can tell what worked for them.
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>J0529-435 is the fastest growing and Hungriest Black Hole Ever Found Basically Eats a Whole Sun Every Day!
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Science music videos
Post your favorite science songs and science music videos in this ITT thread
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