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 Name Options Subject Comment Verification 4chan Pass users can bypass this verification. [Learn More] [Login] File Please read the Rules and FAQ before posting.Additional supported file types are: PDFUse TeX with $tags for inline and [eqn] tags for block equations.Right-click equations to view the source.  08/21/20 New boards added: /vrpg/, /vmg/, /vst/ and /vm/ 05/04/17 New trial board added: /bant/ - International/Random 10/04/16 New board for 4chan Pass users: /vip/ - Very Important Posts [Hide] [Show All] ### Janitor applications are now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied! [Catalog] [Archive] File: 732578823457215.png (304 KB, 460x428) 304 KB PNG Could any scientific expert on this subject explain how the hell they did it? It's unreal 171 replies and 13 images omitted. Click here to view. >> >>15148202 Anyone that can give us access to a copy please? >> >>15148202 I've had someone go >well, that's just the cost of research I guess >I'm sure the paper must be worth it >well it's good of you to support the original scientists! when I told them what articles cost. Boomers really were conditioned to get assfucked by industry prices, weren't they? >> >>15145602 >Could any scientific expert on this subject explain how the hell they did it? It's unreal You answered your own question. Literally. >> >>15145800 Implying it's ever going to be a choice for the not ultra rich. >> File: 334416_wm.gif (724 KB, 172x301) 724 KB GIF I'v been thinking about this, if it only took one gene to stop aging there would be people in history who lived to 200 because thats how evolution works, nature throws random shit on the wall and see what stick. on the other hand progéria does exist, and while it looks like aging, it is unlikely to be the same process. Masseteric hypertrophy edition. Previously: >>15122972 We discuss 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. 2 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view. >> File: lääkeapustaja89.png (55 KB, 865x526) 55 KB PNG >tfw your consultant says you'll have no problem getting into the specialty program >> >>15158652 >implying 60 year old consultants decide who gets into the program or even have an ounce of an idea how the current residency program works >> >>15158680 Hey I know that. Let me enjoy the compliment and good reference. >> >>15158652 Back when I was an intern I gave the end of year discharge speech. The director (orthopedic surgeon) gave me a pat on them shoulders and told me "you have an orthopedist build, if you ever wanna apply to this hospital just gimme a call". This was the only and single time I was ever congratulated throughout the whole intern year. Good memories. >> Well lads, the MCAT came and went. I feel better about the other three sections but I got ravaged on P&S. Hoping to get 500+, and try again later in the year File: 1609395146366.jpg (41 KB, 759x422) 41 KB JPG post a random pic from your /sci/ folder, don't even look 13 replies and 11 images omitted. Click here to view. >> >>15158029 >>15158043 cute! cute! >> File: 1517703829849.gif (1.88 MB, 402x402) 1.88 MB GIF Turns out I have almost no /sci/ related images >> File: 1674849165033.jpg (198 KB, 700x585) 198 KB JPG >> File: 1668648493656748.png (56 KB, 854x391) 56 KB PNG >> File: a.jpg (94 KB, 540x1080) 94 KB JPG >>15156883 >python code to find a random image file from current directory import os import numpy as np def get_file_paths(directory): file_paths = [] for root, directories, files in os.walk(directory): for filename in files: if ('.png' in filename) or ('.jpeg' in filename) or ('.jpg' in filename): filepath = os.path.join(root, filename) file_paths.append(filepath) return file_paths directory = os.getcwd() print(np.random.choice(get_file_paths(directory))) File: calling all sciencers.png (16 KB, 737x132) 16 KB PNG >It is of course easy to laugh at such ignorance and hubris and you may think that this is all really quite harmless. But I think that the Flat Earthers are actually dangerous. For one thing, the public flaunting of such a basic form of science denial is evidence that the problem of public ignorance and disrespect for science is growing. The Flat Earthers may not be hurting anybody directly but the confusion and doubt they spread helps to create a culture of denial that could cost lives indirectly by affecting congressional decisions about climate change and family decisions about vaccination. https://archive.md/6dY6j Flat Earth must be put down, NOW 2 replies omitted. Click here to view. >> >>15158465 Oh no people might just start to look behind gatekeeptingconspiracy psyop projects like flat earth and read about covid vax side effects >> >>15158484 yes, and as true sciencers we cannot allow that can we? >> >>15158453 >For one thing, the public flaunting of such a basic form of science denial is evidence that the problem of public ignorance and disrespect for science is growing. No one would distrust science, if scientists weren't such self-righteous cunts >> >>15158465 I don’t see any science only dogma >> >>15158453 Honestly, the amount of pushback it gets is really weird if it's so "laughably wrong". >>15158457 >>15158484 stop posting like a fucking bot, nigger. File: soonhorse.jpg (44 KB, 470x313) 44 KB JPG https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/26/science/astronomy-asteroids-2023bu.html The asteroid, named 2023 BUU, was scheduled to pass over the southern tip of South America at 7:27 p.m. Eastern time. The asteroid is fairly small -- less than 30 feet across, about the size of a truck -- and will be best visible in the skies to the west of southern Chile. >The asteroid will not hit Earth but will make one of the closest approaches ever by such an object, hurtling past Earth at just 2,200 miles above USA, according to a news release from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This encounter puts the asteroid "well within the orbit of geosynchronous satellites," the statement noted, but the asteroid is not on track to hit any. 2023 BUU was unknown to NASA, or anyone, until last Saturday. Gennadiy Borisov, an amateur astronomer in Crimea, noticed the asteroid from the MARGO Observatory, a setup of telescopes that he has used to discover other interstellar objects. Astronomers then determined 2023 BUU's orbit around the sun and impending trip past Earth using data from the Minor Planet Center, a project sanctioned by the International Astronomical Union. It publishes positions of newly found space objects, including comets and satellites, from information of several observatories worldwide. >> >>15158056 we should capture and interrogate him >> >>15158080 >where are the gay nigger communists? File: gamma.png (69 KB, 799x202) 69 KB PNG Name a single more based function. You can't even if you tried. 16 replies and 6 images omitted. Click here to view. >> >>15158091 >What are you even using your Gamma function for (genuinely curious)? It made me understand that x=x. I still do want to know if the reason that the statement x=x is true because it has to be, and not because it happens to be, but I'm starting to get the vibe that it doesn't really, you know, matter. >> x(y) = y^x >> File: NJW.png (324 KB, 882x889) 324 KB PNG I don't know what a "function" is and neither do any mathematicians as they have yet to provide a clear and concise definition of "function" that doesn't rely on all this fantastical nonsense from set theory. >> >>15158958 This guy is a clown, minus the funny. >> >>15159034 The clown was the only person in the royal court to ever tell the truth. Is /sci/ smart enough to beat the other boards 4chan? We should be able to solve this. We play against /k/ today at 2:40pm EST/ 7:40 UTC, /mu/ on Sunday at 3:20pm EST/ 8:20 UTC, and /gd/ next Saturday at 2:40pm EST/ 7:40 UTC If we do well enough in the group stage we go onto the knockouts and secure our place in this summer's cup. >what is this? https://implyingrigged.info/wiki/2023_4chan_Winter_Cup A virtual soccer (football) tournament involving the boards of 4chan, /sci/'s team is playing this winter >we have a team? Yes, its been around for over a decade https://implyingrigged.info/wiki//sci/ >Where can I watch the cup? https://isthisliv.com/4cc/stream.html >where can I find out more about this? implyingrigged.info 24 replies and 5 images omitted. Click here to view. >> Today's game vs /k/ https://implying.fun/video/winter23/2023-01-27/?t=3:16:23.0 >> File: this noob.jpg (44 KB, 756x564) 44 KB JPG >>15158630 >it's 4chan tradition >> >>15158914 It absolutely is you projecting newfag, /sci/'s first game was nearly 11 years ago. https://implyingrigged.info/wiki//sci/_Match_History >> >>15158914 Nice way to expose yourself as a newfag >> >>15158914 reddit moment File: th-722501702.jpg (5 KB, 474x105) 5 KB JPG Does this really make mathematicians soiface? 46 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view. >> >>15157936 you might have more of a point if the "real arguments" weren't completely wrong here [math]\cos{x}+\sin{x}=1+x-\frac{x^2}{2!}-\frac{x^3}{3!}+...$
$e^{x}=1+x+\frac{x^2}{2!}+\frac{x^3}{3!}+...$
observe that this does not work, conceptually or otherwise
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>>15153632

>Not e to the i tau equals zero

Disgusting.
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>>15157803
> there's no requirement they need to be
They're the way they are for human convenience. Each approximation fits so they have application.
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>>15158832
Each of those constants was made using the same axioms and constituent digits, they weren't formed independently.
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>>15158774
because it equals 1 you triple negur

True or false: on a scale of 1 - 10, how many years until modern transportation becomes utopia-like?
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>>15155994
True.
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>>15155994
The answer is C: Yellow.
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When you can upload your brain and transport it instantaneously to the other end of the universe/to other universes using entanglement.
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This is a yes or no question. So the answer is obviously 15.4.
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the earth is too small for us to squabble

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>>15158685
amazing picture
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>>15158813
everything they say is projection
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>>15158823
It's excellent bait under the right circumstances, use it carefully.
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https://archived.moe/sci/thread/15125878/
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>>15158521
Alternative track adds up to a negative real number of deaths, so that one

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Did Barbara McClintlock actually do what she is claimed to have done, or is this once again another case of a woman taking credit for the discoveries of a man?
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No, she did the important part.
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>>15158881
yes
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>>15158881
CHUD ALERT ! She created the chromosome, chud. Something you'll never do. Keep trying though, it's amusing watching you try and fail. I'm watching you, chud. Watching you like a fruit bat

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If somebodies goal was to build a device to beacon Earth to any aliens out there on purpose to spite Zoo Hypothesis folks, what might such a device look like?

Doesn't RF fall off really quickly to background noise relative to cosmic distances?
An artificial GRBeacon is pretty intense. The Feds and the Russians and all them would probably get upset.
Anything feasible?

asking for a friend
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>>15158863
wrong
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>>15158873 What's wrong about it? Are you suggesting you know what the capabilities of 1 M years more advanced aliens are in terms of filtering the signals that arrive on Earth? How do you know?
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>>15158675 They're already here btw
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>>15158894
that's not true anon
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>>15158627
>join the galactic council

https://edition.cnn.com/2023/01/25/asia/east-asia-cold-snap-climate-japan-korea-china-climate-intl-hnk/index.html
All time records for cold set in Siberia, Mongolia, China, both Koreas & Japan. -62.7ºC in Yakutsk
>post yfw global warming is fake
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>>15155704
soientists are unable or unwilling to earn money for themselves honestly through productive, useful activities, so instead they invent endless contrived doomsday scenarios in order to justify gaining access to funds which they are unable or unwilling to earn on an legitimate basis.
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>>15155728
And they sell them with the exact same rhetoric and examples as their previous doomsday scenarios, such as global cooling also being about mass third world migration.
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>>15155634
A fake Time cover and a Newsweek article. Oh no climatebros, how will we recover.
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brainlets do not understand how averages work
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>>15157210
low iqs are easily tricked

>in class
>professor states required textbook
>pirate it within two minutes
>ask my classmates if they need a copy
>"wtf how did you do that?"
>other says "I paid $230 for mine this isn't fair" (the textbook is only$105 new on amazon, not sure why he paid more)

I thought being able to get knowledge for free, at least cheap, was widely known. College students really are a special bunch.
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>>15158714
Imagine needing a VPN
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>>15158714
Live in Brazil or Russia
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I print out QR code links to libgen and put on the title "want free books" and post them around everywhere
I think many students already know though
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>>15158781
>libgen
>He doesn't know about the actually good book pirate site
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>>15158592
>everyone i know only knows how to use streaming websites
>tfw german

is the green comet visible yet? C/2022 E3 (ZTF)
i am an amateur astronomer and i want to see it
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>>15158062
if you have an eyepiece projection adapter, take closeups of the core and then unsharp mask them, you can see the core's rotation that way sometimes
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>>15158766
Is it doable with amateur equipment? Sounds interesting.
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>>15158859
should be, core region has very high surface brightness, so good signal to noise even at stupidly high magnifications.
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>>15158907
A schmidt cassegrain would be the optimal choice for that. If I ever buy one in the future I will definitely try this. Would be fun to do some scientific observations instead of just taking some fancy pictures.
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>>15158921
its just a fancier picture, but its nice to be able to see something which moves at better than a snail's pace and has some unpredictable behaviors. sometimes you get to see a chunk of debris get ejected, thats always a big show with comets.

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