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Why is suicide considered "wrong"?
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>>10973715
You only get that afterlife if you commit genocide in the name of the Chaos Gods
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>>10973399
Thousands of low value men kill themselves every single year and no one gives a fuck, even their own parents are maybe sad for a week total.

Men kill themselves more and more because society obviously doesn't give a fuck. Meanwhile if some gangbanging whore is missed, the entire country goes batshit crazy.
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>>10973206
Ok so i get a grandchild, then i can suicide?
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>>10974549
Yeah, it seems like suicide is only ever wrong when you're rich and handsome. Otherwise, it seems not only right but also a wise decision
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>>10973502
Extremely good motivator for suicide.

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Can any based high iq high concentration skills anon give their thoughts on these videos? Seems like it is a big redpill but I am too much of a brainlet too understand.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVejksVkqkk [Embed]

Thanks
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>>10974876
>first video is 2 hours
>OP forgot that flooding exists
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>>10974887
Maybe just watch the first 15 minutes and tell me your opinion to bump this thread.

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should I take trigonometry or just jump straight to pre-calc?
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>>10972861
For the ET B.A.S I'm going after
>Mathematics (4-6 credits)
>Complete either MATH 126 & MATH 127 (6 credits total) *OR* MATH 128 (5 credits) *OR* MATH 181 (4 credits).

So the way you earn the most credits, 6, is taking MATH 126 and MATH 127. That's precalculus 1 and 2, respectively. If you have a decent SAT or ACT score, you can enroll in MATH 124 (without a placement test), which is college algebra. It is usually recommend that new college students take it just to get all the fundamentals down at a college level. You can always test out but you do really have to know the material.

It is surprising how many students join a program and get dropped because they can't pass their math classes. I had a friend from HS who passed HS algebra but had been taught literally nothing. Got a bad SAT score and had to take some rudimental math classes and had difficulty with them, but he just kept taking one each semester, so he was still taking all of his other credits for like three years when he eventually was able to attempt MATH 124. He failed it three times and got kicked out of the program, and all of that was paid for by his parents so he could get a kinesiology degree. Education is a business.
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>>10974288
Phasors for electronics.
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>>10974614
what in the holy hell
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>>10974288
Literally anything involving the analysis of wave functions
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>>10974288
I’m pretty sure I learned polar coordinates in trig, I'm a civil CADD drafter now, I use polar coordinates sort of often.

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When does /sci/ wake up to the idea that their precious science is fanfiction

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-39054778

I wonder how much of "settled science" is actually junk
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>>10972706
made me laugh.. because I don't want to face how true it is.
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>>10972553
>t. seething undergrad
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>>10969748
>research making research seem illegitimate
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Sometimes they have all the right material but all the wrong things. You can read research but they never go into too much detail as to what they are using they just describe its state but not quality. Like generic vs name brand.
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>>10969843
This is true.

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Thanks to this brainlet every capable European scientist left their homeland for America. How do we shift the capital of scientific progress back to Europe bros?
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>>10969676
Mexican here. Believe it or not, our culture isn't anti-science, even if it doesn't particularly encourage studying it. Proof of it is we have basically no anti vaxxer retards in Latin America.
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>>10969667
>Thanks to this brainlet every capable European scientist left their homeland for America.
Very true.
>How do we shift the capital of scientific progress back to Europe bros?
Make it more attractive in Europe to be a scientist. That will be a long, hard road.

>>10969718
Correct.

>>10974050
Catholic countries have traditionally had a lot of problems with science and a strange hand to burn scientists at the stake.

Another major problem in Europe is academic inbreeding (less so in GB). Around here it is quite extreme and they will only hire their own graduates. People caught out on scientific fraud are let back in again. There is no shame.
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>>10969667
Pretty sure neither Paperclip nor the post-war European policy was his idea.
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>>10972250
>Hope that Trump gets reelected and lure scientists with attractive offers to Europe?
if trump gets re-elected wages and the economy of america are going to keep going up which will make america even more attractive to move to
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>>10974050
>our culture isn't anti-science
The problem is that Latin American culture is essentially pro-murder and ultra-violence. You can't build a real society when it's cut out from below by constant crime waves.

Remember that time a cartel mutilated and tortured 50 people to death and then dumped their bodies on a highway with a sign saying they did it, and nothing happened? Because violent criminals are so common and the police are completely corrupt?

That's the future of a Mexican America. American crime is already dominated by blacks and Mexicans, and those numbers are only going to go up as demographics change.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/may/13/mexican-authorities-find-mutilated-bodies

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Is time the essence of change or is it the other way around?
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>>10974512
there can be no change within time
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>>10974806
Yet there is change in space?
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>>10974806
Time may change me, but I can't change time.
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Time is the essence of change.
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It also holds that the essence of time is change.
Change and time are quasi-equivalent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jcb9LiPZpRs&t=1175s

Does this make sense?

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I've been getting error messages like this on Sci-Hub a lot lately. Is there something going on? Any alternative services I should try?
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>>10970024
Founder is a commie.
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>>10971467
Women don't have serious opinions.
>Do you have any political position, ideology, inspiring in this struggle?
>Yes, but it is not rigid or systematized. Communism inspires me as a beautiful idea, but I cannot classify myself, for example, as consistent Marxists. As for the site, the development was driven by a banal desire to do something interesting and important for people, responsibility to users of the resource who found it indispensable in work, and also a passion for collecting.
https://life.ru/t/%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%83%D0%BA%D0%B0/950698/piratka_ghoda_do_snoudiena_ili_assanzha_mnie_poka_dalieko
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>>10971467
>>10972454
Don't care. Thanks to her, NordVPN sales in France doubled. Capitalism always wins.
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>>10970024
How do sites like Sci-Hub avoid getting shut down?
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>>10973796
they host their servers on a gibson

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talk maths, formerly >>10960172
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>>10974915
So what's your h-index, my little social Darwinist?
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prove without using Lebesgue measure, that if a function f is integrable on [a,b] then it also must be integrable on any [c,d] subinterval of [a,b]
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>>10974918
I'm an undergrad.
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>>10974929
No wonder
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>>10974927
what have you tried ?

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What is your response to all the people that say University/College is a scam? That they don't teach you anything useful, it's a waste of money, etc?
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>>10971481
If someone tells themselves this then they likely won't get anything out of college.
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>>10971757
>QA engineer
You inspect the dildos at the dildo factory don't you
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>>10974501
>more the "waste of time" kind of thing because it's not unusual to see students 25+ who failed constantly in college and either drop out finally at around 30
That's me
>have a very bad bachelor degree
I am getting a law degree though
>don't get hired anywhere
O-oh no...
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They are right, here in France at least, it's only good for becoming a good goy wageslave
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>>10972053
>Living in a nation where this is legal

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in brainlet terms if possible.
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a fully complete logical system creates paradoxes, otherwise its not complete
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It's not a theorem that could be explained in brainlet terms. Google it and read up on it yourself, we're not here to spoonfeed you. Come here when you have something specific you don't understand about it.

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Is spatiotemporal continuity of a physical system a necessary condition for consciousness?
In other words, does teleportation lead to death?
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>>10974895
>>/x/
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>>10974898
How is discussing neuroscience or the hard problem of consciousness /x/? Getting triggered mistakenly is a sign of a feeble mind.

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What is a Hopfield Network? What does it do and how? In simple language please.
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>>10974714
https://lmgtfy.com/?q=What+is+a+Hopfield+Network%3F
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>>10974714
By the looks of it, its a neural network design which guarantees convergence. This is an issue though, since it cannot guarantee that it's the global minimum it converges to, only a local one.

In simpler language: it's a neural net which tries to work always, but only works sometimes because of this. No problem is really solved using this design, but more computations are required.
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>>10974729
Erm I tried this thats why I came here to have a conversation. I want to know why its considered an associative memory thingy but a boltzman machine isnt even thougg they are very similar.
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It models associative memory.

What is the math I need to learn for coding?
and What people call it?
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>>10974857
Skew
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>>10974857
just learn how to code OP, once you know how for loops work (how to recur through a list/string) and the basics, the rest is just combinations of what you already know
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>>10974767
This. Read books in pic related and you will be good to go, OP!
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>>10974742
Pic related
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>>10974857
https://lmgtfy.com/?q=learn+logic+and+boolean+algebra

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Do you think it's a good idea to go back to school at the age of 30 ?

My shitty job sucks (and my life by extension)
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>>10969590
Don't fall for this turbo-wage-slave shitpost. Changing careers happens all the time and people usually do better as a result. One because you are motivated and devoted and two because you will actually feel better and mire grateful to be where you are. The only flipside is that you will be a junior along the rest of fresh grads, but you already knew that was part of the process in becoming a new person.


Good luck.
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>>10969237
>Do you think it's a good idea to go back to school at the age of 30 ?
Depends on your circumstances.
Regardless, there's no age ceiling for admission into university, so that's the best answer you'll get, faggot.
Cheers.
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>>10973559
We have 2 kind of highschools in my country . One is the typical highschool which lasts 3 years and allows you to enter a lot of universities if you're a good student. The other is technical highschool which lasts 3 years also but it's for students who just want to learn a basic job like electrician or plumber etc. My dad attends a technical highschool. I should have specified that
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>>10971940
>>10974579
Oh, okay. Well it's never too late to learn. I haven't been to school in nearly 15 years so a lot of it was forgotten, but with a lot of patience and hard work it's been coming back to me.

You should be proud of him for working hard.
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>>10973829
This. Working till you drop dead while living longer and longer (unless you die of work)? The average person betting on working in the same career path for 45 years is gonna get so disappointed at some point.

The most important thing is to acquire, retain and expand very strong fundamental skills while focussing on applications that bring in money.


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