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Quetiapine -edition

old >>14461912

We discuss clinical practice and research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor) make fun of premeds and shitpost. Please keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K/soliciting advice out of this thread and start your own because it takes a lot of space.

>inb4 not science
>inb4 poor amerimutts wanting medical advice
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New New NEW

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>>14498170
I've met them very occasionally, particularly older ones. But yes usually they're airheaded and retarded
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I'm retarded, Forgot subject
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>>14498236
>No, you probably won't catch it if it's unbroken skin on your fingers and you wash your hands afterwards.
So does it not spread through contact then or is it just a low chance of getting through unbroken skin? I remember them saying covid was spread through contact when they meant you make contact and then you eat or sniff the virus off your finger.
In any case are you just playing russian roulette when you have sex then since the person you're having sex with might have herpes and they might give it to you even if there aren't any symptoms and condoms don't cover it and you're just fucked?
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>>14500306
By contact they mean smear infection. A virus isn't some parasite that will dig through your unbroken skin

I'm gonna become the paul erdos of indie game development.
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>>14497745
Didn't you make the exact same post a couple of months ago?
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>>14497745
You're going to make a ton of games, do cocaine and live off other people?
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>>14499437
mostly the cocaine and the mooching
sad for OP that Chris Roberts already exists

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Is Witten serious?
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>>14490225
What book/paper is this?
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>>14490444
dk is largely discredited.
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>>14490608
>He doesn't know the circles proof.
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>>14499246

how fast can you move an object? not in the sense of a particle moving at the speed of light, but how fast can an entire "thing" move?

i'm unsure if this is even a valid question to ask. like, consider a baseball bat. if you had some incredible swinging machine, is there a limit to how fast the movement of the bat can be?

i guess it's kind of like the speed of sound, because you've got a wave of compression moving along the thing. if you had some ultra-rigid stick, 10 miles long, and you swing it through a vacuum in an arc, is the relationship of the velocity of the tip of the stick limited by the speed of sound in that stick? or is that only relevant to acceleration?

like, if you have this 10 mile long stick, and you start swinging it, the movement of the atoms close to your hands will start before the movement of the atoms at the tip, because the pressure wave has to propagate along the length of the stick.

but, once it's moving, is the velocity at the tip only restricted by the speed of light, discounting the object's mass?
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>>14499323

Any object has a limit to how much force can be applied to it before it breaks, a rod of any material in a 'swinging machine' will
break when the acceleration is such that the inertia of the stationary part causes stresses that exceed the capacity of the material.

What the maximum acceleration possible is for the strongest thing we can build I have no idea. It's an interesting question.

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https://youtu.be/JPFRUZGqUFA

I believe they are automatons, not robots, but it's macabre making designer biological sculptures. They say these could be useful for more targeted medicine deployment, but I have a hard time seeing more than that. There's just not enough space for positional processing, let alone networking. Anyone else think this is a funding black hole?
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>>14498931
Interesting.
Found one of the studies on building the xenobots
https://www.pnas.org/doi/full/10.1073/pnas.1910837117
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>>14499313
I guess my biggest wonder is where is the proof that these xenobots are Turing machiens. I am simply not interested in them until that.

Would you dare to drink dihydrogen monoxide?
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An expert on twitter said they found dihydrogen monoxide in the vaccine.
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I've heard they put deadly Hydrogen Hydroxide in the water supply. I've even heard reports of hydroxic acid. Did you know that 93% of people who have consumed either of these substances have died? What are They getting out of this?
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>this thread
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>>14496069
I have consumed small amounts of sodium hydroxide.
Would definitely kill me if consumed in large enough amounts.
Same with the thing you intended to post.
Depends on the dosage.
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>>14496069
>Drink
You freakin light-weights. Sometimes I get this injected right into my vasculatory system.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenogenesis#Humans

I think I may be a parthenogenetic chimera… How would one go about getting testing to see if they're chimeric? Also, Anton video about rodent Virgin Mary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjFSxIuzgjU

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This is a kurzgesagt thread for /sci/
New video from kurzgesagt!
https://youtu.be/Pj-h6MEgE7I
This video tells us the idea of frame reference and how we're moving through universe while still believing we aren't, to confirm to us that this world does NOT revolve around us but we do revolve around it.
More info in video, WATCH IT!
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>>14491503
>Shilling kurzgesagt
Get a job
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>>14491503
>>14491582
This. Seemed a bit melodramatic.
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>>14491503
Go back to funding reddit, retard!
Fuck cuckgesagt
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>>14492042
i can't tell if you're joking or not. Are you gay? Did you and your boyfriend actually love this video?
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reference to what?

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stop telling people to take their meds
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>>14498910
Back to /pol/ incel
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>What psychiatry calls psychosis, the Acting On the Voices Inside Your Head Society
>calls a non-consentual game of tag with firearms.

Rebranding something sure is powerful.
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>>14498874
Basically Religion
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>>14498874
Damn looks like the reddit NPCs will have to be reprogrammed with a new response to replace their standard "take meds, schizo".
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>>14498874
>nonconsensus realities

>>14498914
What else would you expect from people who literally believe they live in an alternate reality? Makes me wonder which one I'm in myself given how much we entertain these people.

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maybe Earth IS the center of the universe. why shouldn't it be?
>any frame of reference is equally valid
Not true. Since Earth is the only place in the universe with life, it is inherently the most important place in the universe.
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>>14492843
>We aren't even the tiniest first fraction of the way towards ruling out life relatively nearby in our galaxy let alone life in the entire observable universe.
Lack of absence is not correlation of proof
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axis_of_evil_(cosmology)

What if...
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>>14492824
may be your moms anus is the center of the earth
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>>14493629
Post that big boy
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>>14496711
Nobody claimed it was proof.
The claim is it's stupid to claim you know the life on the one planet you happen to be on is the only life in the entire universe just because after barely even beginning to do even the tiniest bit of looking you didn't find it.

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CST-100 Starliner OFT-2 (lol)

Nasa Stream: https://youtu.be/gy6iam6NjsU
E-Astronaut Stream: https://youtu.be/GMG4lG939rc
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>>14500845
>no true spaceplane fallacy
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>>14500869
No the Maxime Faget design would have been a real plane.
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>>14500724
>when BOING steals your contract.
...and is still trying to get certified to work it
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>I am indeed out for blood

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Civil engineers of /int/, is sap2000 still a good choice for analysis of structures?
I need something that's somewhat general purpose for concrete structures and preferably with an API so I can create scripts to make my life easier.
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Bump because I'm curious too
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>>14498447
Let's hope it's not just you and I that are civil engineers in this board, anon

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Whats the deal with time?
Is it constant?
Can we REALLY measure it or are we on some vague humanistic way of measureing "time"
If we are jumping timelines then my perception of the timeline is very limited
Plz send halp.
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What could you do, with all you blew? There's just one move, through time.
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>>14496813
Time is a measurement of objects moving through space, if nothing moved then there would be no time, time itself isn't a thing, it's just a made up metric to put a value on where things were, are now and where they will be so we would have reference points of what the fuck is going on.
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Its a field

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I made pudding but I'm bad at physics. Will it cool down faster if it's in a bunch of cups (small objects) or in one big bowl (big object)?
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>>14498131
Bunch of cups. There is more surface area on the outside of the cups as a whole than on the bowl, which means there is more area for the heat to radiate from. This means the pudding will cool down faster in the cups.
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>>14498136
I already put it in the bowl before getting an answer and now if I divvy the smoothness and texture will be compromised I'm so stupid bros
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Puddingbros.... we lost...
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>>14498141
>pudding takes 20 minutes to cool in a big bowl
>10 minutes in small cups
>I'm dying in 15 minutes
You did this to me OP
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>>14498131
Aw shid, Apu is bad at physics and needs you to help him find the fastest way to cool down pudding.
Can YOU solve his dilemma?

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Why did we evolve to die? How the fuck is dying an adaptation to your environment? Did Darwin have a stroke when he came up with this bullshit?
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>>14489758
>No u
How can entropy not be real
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>>14488327
>just die in a war, bro
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>>14489965
Nice argument faglord but how does that explain why evolution didn't naturally cure aging? Your 21st century problems aren't real when talking about a 3 billion year old process
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>>14492888
>being killed by your environment is a sign of fitness actually
Biological fitness = reproductive success, not surviving indefinitely after already having reproduced success.
>B-But if you never die you get to reproduce more!
Yeah, in a way that's inferior to the reproductive success of organisms who do die not retardedly long after reproducing.
You're hung up on thinking about it from an individual organism's perspective which is wrong.
By analogy it's like you keep talking about making everything as great as possible for an employee like that should be the only thing that matters for a corporation's success. Try claiming a corporation will be more successful if it has an immutable rule in its founding charter that no employee can ever be term'd no matter what.
Might be nice for the employee to know they can stop working altogether and just sleep in every day while still getting paid anyway, but that isn't going to make the corporation perform better.
Corporations need employees to stop being employed eventually and gene pools need you to stop being alive eventually. Simple as.
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>>14487957
Evolution is not the competition of individuals, but of species, the species whose members die evolve more effectively.




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