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Last bread>>11669314
Thread for the discussion of allopathic evidence-based medicine. We discuss research, offer advice (the best one is to see your family physician), make fun of premeds and shitpost.

>What's the best spec for research?
Path, onc, anesthesia, etc.
>Best spec lifestyle wise?
Psych, ophtho, derm, rads
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>>11722913
>"we"
Nice try.
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>>11715991
Yeah, doctors do tend to be prime examples of dunning kruger for sure.
>>11716002
I guarantee I eat cleaner than you. All you doctor fags can do is seethe because you're too dumb to figure out what's wrong so you just slap a bullshit diagnosis onto people that means "I don't know wtf is wrong or what I am doing lol." Typical doctor loses it if they can't just prescribe a pill one of their pharmaceutical reps has pushed for them sell.
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>>11715243
>I-Is it really necessary?
Well, dermatological problems are approached by looking at skin. A pic is far from ideal. You can pinpoint a specific itchy area if that makes you more confortable, but make it high quality. I didn't think that asking for feet pics here is questionable behaviour.
>Is this key?
No, those are things that help, all together they might help to lessen the problem. But tea most likely isn't the trigger to itching.
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>>11723723
everyone looks so tired in that pic
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>>11717663
nah but they vape tho

Who contributed more to maths
Muslims
Indians
Greeks
Whites
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>>11717412
>Muslimbros invented Algebra
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>>11724394
ok goatfucker
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>>11724405
While reading this entire thread I could smell a Pajet seething, and I'm 99.999% sure that is you.
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>>11717444
Embargoes on those countries that try.
And the other are so wealthy American will do all the work for a few trade deals.

Why do humans see fractals on paychedelics?
Is it something inherent in our intelligence to notice infinity, or is the mathematical/cultural imagery of our society?
Im other words, would a man 20000 years ago see fractals on acid?
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>>11724276
basically

eigenvalue time
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>>11717131
> Why do humans see fractals on paychedelics?

I don't think your assumption is correct. People often say fractals look like a psychedelic acid trip, but they say the same thing about most colorful abstract animation.

For example many hippy bands were getting "psychedelic visuals" by putting bubbles of colored liquid in front of a projector. This isn't a fractal.
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>>11724362
I took acid and saw fractals (and many other things). Maybe not everyone sees them, but I think that majority of people do. And my original question was: is that because the
>people often say fractals look psychedelic
and THUS it's rooted so deep in our minds in modern life that we subconsciously seek for it
or
is ability to see fractals in every human bundled as a part of our minds?

Basically egg vs chicken

btw there is no such thing as 'psychedelic' really, because everything is psychedelic. milk is my favourite psychedelic item
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>>11719265
>I-I-Iiiiii'mmm PROOOOOOOOOOVING!
>You better back that up that experience of consciousness SCIENTIFICALLY BUCKO, OR IT IS NOT TRUE!!!,
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>>11724362
You clearly haven't done psychedelics. You most definitely see fractals. Pic related was an album cover designed before we knew anything about fractals, and it's clearly trying to depict them

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In the "New Normal" of the New World we should cease to clamp until the umbilical cord has stopped pulsating, turned white, and lies flat. Even then, if hospital birth is to continue, whether it's clamped at all should be at the mother's discretion. A doctor does not deliver a baby, the mother does. They are not there to manage nor run things.

Clamping early will be malpractice and assault.
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>>11715875
I’ve almost managed to tracked you down. I’m coming to clamp you OP.
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>>11719720
That which was clamped must now also clamp. Truly a classic.

Unclamp...?
Unclamp.
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>>11715875
i can't believe this schizo is still posting. i'm convinced it's shitposting copycats by now.
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>>11724377
https://warosu.org/sci/?task=search&ghost=&search_text=clamped
lol
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Reminder that the 6th generation honda accord is a clamped vehicle

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how could you tell?
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>>11724339
Someone with a Twitter send this to Musk. Please.
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>>11724076
because this is their national anthem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yI-vEtSYvI
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>>11724499
srsly based russians
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>>11724369
those goyim are retarded by design
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>>11724369
I thought it was only 14?

>>11724622
Honestly, the space shuttle wasn't that bad of an idea initially within the original post-Apollo plans that were being drawn up in the late 60s.
Its design was compromised by funding cuts to NASA, which forced them into trying to alter the design to get some DoD money.

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Scattered thunderstorms on Saturday
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First, realize that the weather in Florida changes every 2 seconds, so don’t worry about it now

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IMBECILE!
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>>11721755
oh, so I'm not an arab? newfag here educate me
>>11723614
no, arabs have the best faggot detectors so they nip em in the bud
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>>11723737
Did he really say that?
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>>11723750
>arabs have the best faggot detectors
mirrors
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>>11723972
keked
>>11723752
yes. He knows just as much about Pokemon as he does for IQ.
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>>11721858
Fuck you

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who else here notice that scientific institutions are run by crusty boomer grant whores with laughable credentials? case in point editor-in-chief of nature:
>Thesis Primary sex determination mechanisms in Caenorhabditis elegans (1998)
>She briefly worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, working on the notch signaling pathway of zebrafish in gut development.[7][10]
>Skipper joined Nature in 2001 as an associate editor for Nature Reviews Genetics.[7]
>In 2002 she was appointed chief editor of Nature Reviews Genetics, and was promoted to associate publisher in 2008.[14][15]
>n 2018 she worked with Nature and Estée Lauder Companies to launch a global award for women in science.[17][18] She became the first ever woman editor-in-chief of Nature in its 150-year history in May 2018, when she succeeded Philip Campbell.[19][20][2]
so after looking through the mircoscope, doing some pcr and sequencing briefly she spent most of the time writing reviews and is now top brass at nature. not one interesting discovery, let alone something revolutionary like crispr, gene therapy medicine, etc. fucking laughably pathetic. nothing. fucking c elegan sex and some zebrafish gut shit. and she gets to decide what is published. yikes. lmao. no wonder everyone worth their salt just flocks to silicon valley or wall street or military.
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>>11720912
>She became the first ever woman editor-in-chief of Nature
Here it is.
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Why would a person working on high value projects, stop working on high value projects to work on Nature, a low value legacy media artifact?
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>>11724507
this

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>We'll use antibiotics to fight bacteria!
Oops sorry haha now they're developing resistance, putting you back to square one.

>We'll use stem cells as a form of regenerative treatment!
Oopsie it only applies to very narrow and specific circumstances!

>Could we at least use organ printing to make transplants easier?
Hahaha oh no sweetie you didn't account for how difficult vasculature systems are to recreate! Say goodbye to your promising field of research!

>Fuck you then, we'll use forms of CRISPR to edit our genetics to fight diseases and viruses!
NOOOPE, you need a delivery system to actually transmit the edits where you want them, on top of the fact that you still don't even have a basic understand of what specific genes do exactly when changed or removed.

>THEN WE DON'T NEED BIOLOGY, WE'LL JUST TAKE OUR ROBOTS TO MICROSCOPIC SIZES AND KILL TUMORS WITH THEM OR SOMETHING
Oh... damn... that would really be a great idea... except that nanomachines do not work and are completely infeasible for doing anything complex. Sorry meatbags, time to age and die like everyone before you.
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>>11724602
>time to age and die like everyone before you.
>implying i'd want it any other way
I EXIST TO FUCK SHIT UP, PLEASE FUCK SHIT UP WITH ME OR SIT THE FUCK DOWN AND SHUT THE FUCK UP
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>>11724610
Unironically this.

Also OP, you're uninspired.

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beautiful 2011-2020
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>>11724206
name one space flight that never needed computers
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>>11724219
God damned typo
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>>11724235
Not the point faggot. Anon said that the spaceflight could get into a situation where it needs human intervention. Clearly, he is correct as spacecraft piloted by computers crash all the time, even space missions have needed human intervention.
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>>11723715
Musk has somehow made the Soyuz capsule look roomy
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>>11723724
>the important bits are physical controls.
wait, what parts are not important bits?
are those 3 LCD touch screens for the radio?

in a car that wouldn't be important, but space shuttle radio is how you communicate with ground control,

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"We both miss you!" edition.
Newest installment of >>11671932

>what is /sqt/ for
Questions regarding math and science, plus appropriate advice requests.
>where do I go for other SFW questions and requests?
>>>/wsr/ , >>>/g/sqt , >>>/diy/sqt , >>>/adv/ , etc.
>books?
libgen.is (warn me if the link breaks)
https://stitz-zeager.com/
>articles?
sci-hub (you'll have to google for a link, unfortunately)
>book recs?
https://sites.google.com/site/scienceandmathguide/
https://4chan-science.fandom.com/wiki//sci/_Wiki
>how do I post math symbols?
https://i.imgur.com/vPAp2YD.png (embed)
>a google search didn't return anything, is there anything else I should try before asking the question here?
https://scholar.google.com/
>where do I look up if the question has already been asked here?

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>>11724388
This is pretty good but I really would prefer the calculus one
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>>11724352
:)
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>>11724352
>>11724567
No idea.
Probably some particularities with how your machine computes powers.
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>>11724587
Lol what, it literally works out the exact result
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>>11724605
>it literally works out the exact result
Did you check by hand?

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STANDING

ON THE EDGE

OF A BAILOUT

LIKE THE REDDITORS SAID
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A TANK OF UNUSED FUEL

DEFILED

DEEP INSIDE THE FALCON 9
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underrated
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overrated in all fields
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bumping because this is underrated
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>>11723423
>>11723460
Fucking basef

How does this graph hold up ? I don't really believe that we are at human brain level
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>>11724026
I think he meant the horizontal axis
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>>11711366
This form of argumentation is cancer. Someone evokes a strong correlation that you don't like. You propose a "because" that may or may not be complete bullshit, and you've magically invalidated any non-PC line of thinking.
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>>11711360
Look at the morons the artist used in the graph. They knew what was coming.
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>>11711455
>It shouldn’t be a difficult choice. But apparently it is. The company recently announced that it’s pulling $6 million in sponsorship for the Science Talent Search, just months after memos leaked to the Oregonian indicated that they’d have to slash budgets by $300 million across business groups.
>Does that $300m number sound familiar? It should: it’s the same amount Intel pledged “diversity” efforts, including the widely derided Feminist Frequency, just a few months ago.
Intel made their choice. The delicious irony is that a woman is leading AMD in its destruction of Intel.
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>>11711884
Identity trumps ideology. Always has, always will.

Simulation theory is fully proven by the results of the double slit experiment.

When observed, the universe simulator has to calculate the path of the individual photon so it lands like a particle. When unobserved, it only calculates the end result (like how in a video game, an object you are not looking at only needs to be textured in when it comes into view) and the end result is how it would behave if it were a wave.
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>>11717737
nah you're dumb retard, you are telling what you think, I told you what I can prove. Big diff you should figure out if you want to be on a /sci/ forum even once this retarded
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>>11717737
But we know God created man in his image, so we at least know what he looks like.
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>>11711696

If the world was a simulation then it wouldn't be simulating clouds that disrupt launch simulations
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>>11718023
nah I'm not lazy I actually did the work and published it all and the only reason you morons discuss any of this on this board is because for the last 5 years I have literally spoonfed you this knowledge.

>t. autistic anime forum poster who always talks shit about his intellectual superiors he is jealous and stupid
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>Thinking consciousness is an emergent property of the brain and one can simulate it ever
Imagine having a god complex this heavy

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>>11723241
LMAO is this real?
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>>11724152
russia has their priorities straight, unlike that autistic pseud elon musk
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>>11724152
Any rocket capable of putting a man into space and bringing him back is an ICBM by definition.
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>>11723044
Nooooo not the heckin round eartherinos!
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>>11724159
You are so dumb I don't even know where to begin.


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