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I figured this was the best place. Recent college grad with a stem degree. I'm finding life and relationships almost impossible do to my ADD.
What are some tips on how to manage it?
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>>13780062
I can get slightly more angry during specific situations but nothing major
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>>13774717
adhd isnt even real fkn retard femoid
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>>13778547
Not if they spend all day browsing 4chan cause they have no motivation to get up and eventually go to bed way too late and have trouble falling asleep because they can't shut their minds off
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>>13774717
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>>13774717
What about boys?

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In today's experiment, M'ithra is adhering strictly to a Eulerian path. This means that within any given set of points, he can only use each edge once, and each edge must also form an even vertex must have an even degree. It has to follow along the same vertex.

So M'ithra is bound to interact in our universe in a particularly weird set of rules: he can go anywhere, but he can't double back to anywhere. He cannot cross over any line of movement where he has previously walked. And every turn he makes has to be at an even degree, specifically it has to be a turn with same degrees as every other turn he makes. So once M'ithra chooses an angle today (be it 45, 90, or 135 degrees), he must remain only able to make turns at that angle.

So here is my challenge to you: what is the optimal degree of vertex to maximize M'ithra's movement? He can only pick on angle, so which vertex gives him the most efficient means to move through our realm?
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x = 0, y = 0
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ahem.
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>3 posts
>2 ips
which one was it

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now you do
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>>13780523
Yeah I was just gonna say, we've already done that spot
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>>13780531
Perhaps move it out to deeper water

>The impact would have caused a megatsunami over 100 meters (330 ft) tall[28] that would have reached all the way to what are now Texas and Florida.[29] The height of the tsunami was limited by the relatively shallow sea in the area of the impact; in deep ocean it would have been 4.6 kilometers (2.9 mi) tall.[28]

Move it directly east into the Atlantic and you can get both US and Europe.
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>>13780387
>mega-earthquakes
what
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>>13780613
The magnitude 9+ earthquakes caused by huge shifts in the fault.
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>>13779681
Maybe it is related to axis tilt of the earth? If asteroids are from the koiper belt, they will fly on the level of the suns rotation disc.
I like the idea that these countries didnt find these impact zones. But isnt earth scanned and wouldnt someone ask why there is a crater like thin in africa?

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Why does moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines create the same antibody? Did they just happen upon it?
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>>13779656
Provide the real statistics then
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>>13776074
>they both us the exact same mRNA message
they don't
the mRNA for pretty much all vaccines has been heavily modified by humans to increase safety and efficacy, and the different companies have done different modifications.
Look here for some information about these modification:
https://berthub.eu/articles/posts/reverse-engineering-source-code-of-the-biontech-pfizer-vaccine/

pfizer and moderna mRNA side by side:
https://github.com/NAalytics/Assemblies-of-putative-SARS-CoV2-spike-encoding-mRNA-sequences-for-vaccines-BNT-162b2-and-mRNA-1273/blob/main/Assemblies%20of%20putative%20SARS-CoV2-spike-encoding%20mRNA%20sequences%20for%20vaccines%20BNT-162b2%20and%20mRNA-1273.docx.pdf

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>>13776071
I'm not sure about this. The spike has been modified by humans for the vaccines, so it might be that the spike produced by the two is slightly different (or not). Unfortunately google is absolutely useless and I can't quickly find out if the spike they produce is actually the same or not.
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>>13779504
The polio vaccine is given in 4 doses.
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>>13779186
So it doesn't prevent infection from this "virus" ppfft
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>>13775902
Stop asking questions. There's nothing weird whatsoever with the fact that the average person gets to pick and choose their Settled Science cure like they're picking out a brand of shoes or a phone, and yet apparently they all confer the same levels of safety and immunity in the eyes of the authorities.

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You should be able to solve this.
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Been studying abstract algebra to one day see whether this is legit but it's up there. Not sure I trust the academics and redditors saying Mochizuki's work was BS, given his papers years before it were unanimously recognized as excellent
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>memorize these rules i made up
>for no reason
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damn this shit was pure schizo

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Last thread -> >>13725049

We discuss research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor) make fun of gunner premeds and shitpost. Please keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K etc. out of this thread and start your own because it takes a lot of space.
>inb4 not science
>inb4 circumcision
>inb4 schizo-posting
>inb4 clamping
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>>13766299
Never wanted a career in medicine, wanted to prove I can take the exam (failed it twice while all my peers passed, they learned together without me, third time I scored 99th percentile) and that I'm not stupid and that doctors aren't smarter than me and that I was always right about myself, furthermore I want access to all the fun substances, fuck your prohibition, I want access like the 1920s people.
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>>13779287
Larp
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I just realized that I have a long ass horizontal skin sausage in this region. what gives?
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>>13780007
Lose weight fatty
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>>13769019
>tfw you realize that mandating fitness and refusing hospital care for overweight persons would objectively make a lot more sense than a vaccine mandate

I'm looking for oddities within our solar system.
>Phobos Monolith
>Mars Monolith
>Saturn's Blue Hat
>Lights of Ceres possibly being settlements
>Black Knight Satellite

I'm taking notes for my 8th book and need inspiration.
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We have asteroids with ring systems
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>>13776669
>Saturn's Blue Hat
What is this? Google came up with irrelevant headgear.
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>>13780439
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap180907.html
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200705.html
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>>13776669
>>>/x/
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>>13776669
>The electric dragon of Venus
>Verona Rupes
>Metallic snow in Venus
>Mars megatsunamis
>Olympus Mons Megaslides
>Io Supervolcanoes and active flood basalts
>the moon is a mothership (internal resonances in the moon)

Do you ever think about how empty space really is? Even the closest things to us are millions of miles away. In between them is quite literally nothing but the blackness of space itself.
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>>13780414
>The number 108 is considered sacred by the Dharmic Religions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
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>>13772622
>Inconsistent number of significant figures

I don't know why this triggers my autism, I don't even like mathematics.
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>>13780414
hmmm
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>>13780437
That's called rocket propulsion dumbass
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>>13780414
The human body is 108 fingers tall. The width of your outstretched arms is equal to your height, and makes a perfect square with your groin as the center. Your limbs axis of rotation forms a circle, with your belly button as the center. Vitruvius believed that these geometric approximations showed that man was created from a divine source (circle) and was tied to it from birth (belly button). But that man also exists in a material world (square) and is destined to stay there for the future (groin).

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fastest way to get rid of common cold?
I'm trying to make a bulletproof method for getting rid of the common cold as fast as possible, what foods, medicines and drinks should i have, and what are some things I should avoid?
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12 oz orange juice in regular intervals. every 2 - 4 hours should help.
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vit c (a large amount any time you think you're getting sick)
vit d
zinc

i like the old ginger lemon honey tea

i dont find paracetamol or anything like that to be helpful
hot showers or baths to declog everything and lots of sleep
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>>13780614
vitamin c seems to come up a lot when trying to cure a cold
>>13780617
do you know anything about raw honey? I've heard it can help a lot due to the amount of enzymes in it
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>>13780620
i know it can help attenuate people to pollen allergies and such stuff
not sure about anything else

i'm retarded when it comes to science, so i'm looking for people who know what they're talking about.

how firm or sound is the darwinian theory of evolution? are there gaps, miracles, or anomalies in the evolutionary record? my dad is saying darwinian evolution requires faith and a materialist worldview, and that there are mysteries that it cannot explain (like the evolution of the eye).

thanks in advance
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>>13779676
>BTW I keep responding because you are an angry
Not angry, just disappointed. You can do better than this.

>which bumps the thread and makes more people read what I wrote
Considering the quality of your "arguments," you should want LESS people to read what you wrote. So far the only thing approaching a substantive claim is your bullshit that there's "no evidence." Anyone on the science board knows you're lying.
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>>13779970
And your point?
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>>13780308
>No, religion does not require orthodoxy
Then why are you talking about orthodoxy?
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Essential things are conserved for example energy production while others...
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>>13779565
>>Don't care, there is no evidence outside your believe system.
>Delusional.
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evidence_of_common_descent
Undisputable in the science frame. you are breaking down open doors. Evolution meets all requirements in the scientific frame.

>>Mine is in no Way better, so it is a good idea to interchange.
>Your hypothesis is not even scientific, so they are not even comparable.

Science is the harnessing of natural phenomena. That is what scientists are paid for. I am Ok with that, way better as e.g. to spend all the money for weapons for example.
But there are limitations. You can tell the functions, in a fascinating all ever growing detailed way, but never ever meaning. How not Why.


>>Shure it is because your answer only states the obvious.
>So it's obvious that holometaboly evolved? Thanks.

Yes, its obvious.

>>The exact Mechanismus, all of them.
>What does that mean in this context? Do you want every mutation and environmental interaction in insects over tens of millions of years? Too bad. If your only remaining tactic is to demand ridiculous standards of evidence then you've lost this debate.

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Why is my brain much more capable at subjects like philosophy, economics, geography or languages than subjects like chemistry and math? Can someone tell?
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>>13780231
idk diff ppl have diff bren. dont fret it.
just remember math is a language and youre set
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>>13780231
It's was psychologists called verbal IQ, before they uploaded a new version of their IQ framework.
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>>13780247
>>13780260

Good points.
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>>13780231
How can you be good at economics but bad at math?

>Spend like 3 hours reading book and doing problems
>Still don't get it
How the fuck do I truly "get" something? Why is math and science so hard?
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>>13778077
This. I might spend 12 hours bashing my head against a problem to no avail only to suddenly get it on the shitter 3 days later.

There's only so much novel understanding you can cram into your brain all at once. Often it actually feels like the first time you won't really get anything but lay a foundation that leads to getting it when trying again after a break.
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Don't even bother. Just grind problems until you learn how to map input to output to get the right answer. You don't need to understand the problem to do this. Just grind. Then you vomit all this up on the midterm, get an A, then forget all of it.

>But that's not the point of school
According to the empirical, material reality of the education system, it is. Don't get mad at me because the system is shit.

>t. BS ChemE 3.95 GPA, MS Materials Science 3.92 GPA
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>>13778404
>BS ChemE 3.95 GPA, MS Materials Science 3.92 GPA
>get an A, then forget all of it
Enjoy achieving nothing in your career.
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>>13777909
Sometimes if I can't understand a method used in math lectures, I just find my own way to do it. Maybe you can't do it their way and so you should just think for yourself. So long as the method works and the answer is correct.
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>>13777909
You have to believe it, and it's hard to believe something you don't know.

>human impact on climate change is real
ok buddy
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>>13779632
the measurements are done on the top of mountains in remote places usually
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>>13780148
>You can observe enough things falling to know what happens.
so? there could still be hidden variables or causes we aren't aware of and haven't found because there's no duplicate universe where we can actually isolate all variables. This is just secondary evidence at best.
The fact is there's no solid causal link between stepping off a building and falling.
It's simple induction.
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>>13780428
mars doesn't have a "massive amount" of co2, it might be 90% but the atmosphere is only 0.006 bar so its nothing, learn how percentages work
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>>13779632
this >>13780526
but also CO2 measurements don't vary by much more than 10 ppm even within major cities.
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>>13780498
This is the main problem yes.
Quantifying the actual effects on society 60 years in the future is even harder than predicting the actual climate change it's self.

It's pretty clear that the people who think the apocalypse is coming are retarded (or opportunist).
However it may still be easier to prevent certain outcomes rather than have to adapt to them.
For example I think Humanity overall would do ok in hothouse earth scenario (they wouldn't go extinct, society wouldn't collapse) but it would still be very undesirable and worth the effort to avoid.

- VAERS published 726,963 adverse events, including 15,386 deaths as of September 17, 2021
- CDC fraud expert says that number of deaths is at least five times, and possibly ten times higher
- A whistleblower from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS) revealed how almost
50,000 people died from the injections. They represent only 20% of the U.S. population, meaning
that if this data is applied to the entire population 250,000 have died
- 150,000 reports have been rejected or scrubbed by the VAERS system
- The actual number of anaphylaxis is 50 to 120 times higher than claimed by the CDC
- Everyone who dies before two weeks after the second injection, is not considered a vaccine
death, which causes the majority of early vaccine deaths to be ignored
- Moderna received over 300,000 reports of adverse events in only three months-time
- The Lazarus Report shows that only 1% of adverse events is being reported by the public
- The majority of the population is not aware of the existence of systems where they can report
vaccine adverse events
- Aggressive censorship and propaganda told the public that adverse events are rare, causing
people to not understand how their health problems stem from past injections
- The shaming and blaming of medical professionals who say anything against the vaccines, cause
many in the medical community to avoid reporting adverse events
- The fear of being held accountable after administering an injection that killed or disabled
patients, further prevents medical personnel from reporting it
- Having accepted financial incentives to promote, and administer the covid vaccines, also stops

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>every source is a website
L O L
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>>13780399
>If it doesn't support the narrative that I gladly gargle and regurgitate like so much shit from the ass of news pundits and pharmaceutical representatives, I can pretend it's all fake despite >>13780253
You're out of your depth here. Your attempts at gaslighting would probably trick a few retards over on pol, so maybe go back there for your coping needs.
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>>13779090
>If there were deaths related to the vaccine you would expect something to be inconsistent with previously known pathologies
If the patgway is just immune mediated inflammation that wouldn't be the case.
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>>13779090
They're already preparing to claim that an increased rate of deaths after the pandemic due to heart disease will be long term effects of the virus. Hopefully there will be some controls left by that point to compare if the vaccinated are affected at a greater rate, but the government is doing their best to make a comparison impossible.

https://newsroom.heart.org/news/heart-disease-likely-to-remain
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>>13780608
Don't forget the "super cold" that has been popping up in the news lately as well.
But don't worry, I'm sure ADE isn't a thing either because of all the testing done to prove that before they started rushing it into people's muscles (probably, it's not like aspiration is part of the protocol.)

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What's the point of this?

In Canada, 18 people from ages 0-19 died from COVID-19 over 2 years. Majority of them were kids on the verge of death. Not to mention, they were on the older side of 10+ as well.

More kids from 0-10 die from falling, in car accidents, and drowning individually than this.

Why do kids have to be vaccinated?
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The dream of herd immunity is not possible, especially since we know the immunity from injections is short lived. Chasing it is pointless.
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>>13780402
>kek, yeah, 1.3 per million.
Gonna need a source on that.
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>>13780565
Anon should make sure it's for the proper age band too since we're talking about teens. One of the favorite games the injectionists have been playing since day one is to pretend that risks are the same for anyone of any age in order to allow the data on the elderly and morbidly obese skew the perception of risk.
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>>13780587
Agreed, young, healthy people have the greatest risk with the injections and the least risk from the virus.
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>>13765454
>What's the point of this?
Money, of course.
There doesn't have to be some kind of grand conspiracy about depopulation or whatever - the simple fact is is that unless you're a complete retard, you wouldn't trust politicians, the media, or pharmaceutical companies with terrible track records on their own - and yet when they all unite to scare people into taking it before the phase 3 trials are even done, apparently it's for no reason other than to help people.




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