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why is this
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>>12140698
>Make niggers poor and ignorant
>Reinforce 80s nigger counterculture
>Give them excuse to chimp out
>Surprised when the absolute madmen actually do it.
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>>12141333
>>12141347
>be joggers
>be literally inacapable of running a functioning society
"ay yo is da wypipo fault, gib reperashuns"
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>>12141333
>>12140717
These makes sense
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>>12140698

they will take the gubberment bux if they agree to let them mark covid as the cause of death on their certificates.
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>>12140698

It's vitamin D deficiency. About 42% of the US population is vitamin D deficient, 82% in black people, 70% in Hispanics80%. The evidence of the link between vitamin D deficiency and complications from covid19 is overwhelming, from several blinded peer reviewed studies.

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNji13yoW9g

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Why does this guy trigger so many people?
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>>12140510
Yes.
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>we have free will because uncertainty principle

yikes
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>Hi, we're making a UFO docume-

Already filmed my segment
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I read one of his books when I was 10 and the superiority complex it gave me ruined my teen years
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Michio Cucku?
I've heard of him but I have no idea who he is

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>"2020"
>still not using superconducting transmission lines
>still dumping all of our electricity into line losses
bros wtf?
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Imagine thinking we're setting up this world for the next generation of 10 billion+ people and not just getting things ready for a massive de-population event
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>>12140784
Because currently it's less expensive, even with the power loss
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>>12141581
Also most of the liquid nitrogen temperature superconductors (if not all) are ceramics, which makes them impractical for long wires and such.
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>>12140784
cheaper to just burn more coal and gas, that being said if anyone's actually interested in transitioning to renewables, transcontinental HVDC lines will make everything so much easier. Bernie brought it up specifically, but all biden has mentioned is vague statements about rebuilding infrastructure so who knows.
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>>12141691
>Biden and Bernie
Do you really thing that they can build anything?

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What is the status of human enhancements? How far are we, how far will we be in a decade or three? Can we already genetically modify children to not develop genetically caused personality disorders like schizophrenia or psychopathy? How many genetic diseases can we cure, could we pre-natally prevent Down-Syndrom or could we already modify our children to have a decreased chance of ever developing cancer or alzheimer? How far are we from true augments?
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A guy in china genetically modified embryos to be hiv resistant. A year later he disappeared. If genetic human augmentation is happening the public will never know about it most likely due to ethics.
https://youtu.be/b0HvLaXOhEY
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>>12139086
CCR5, that is also related to intelligence.
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>>12138883
There are none. Anti-senescence is incapable of getting us anywhere. Longevity escape velocity is meaningless, because the only reasonable way to measure it is as the total number of ways we can still die. Hint: It never decreases.

Once any part of your critical anatomy starts to go, you're officially dying. Augmentation is surrogate to giving someone else immortality if you don't achieve it yourself.
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>>12139086
He didn't disappear, he was thrown in jail.

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I must tell you that mathematicians are not scientists, they are artists.

Apart from the most elementary mathematics, like arithmetic or high school algebra, the symbols, formulas and words of mathematics have no meaning at all. The entire structure of pure mathematics is a monstrous swindle, simply a game, a reckless prank.
You may well ask:
>"Are there no renegades to reveal the truth?"
Yes, of course. But the facts are so incredible that no one takes them seriously. So the secret is in no danger.

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If you are modelling vector AB, are there limitations on points A and B? I initially thought that perhaps they'd have to exist within the same set, but surely not right? If point A is purely imaginary and point B purely real for example, the only implication is that your direction vector will have a real and imaginary component right? I'm not sure if I'm misunderstanding something but that is my intuition yet I still feel like there is more to it. Surely there would be no implication if say point B had completely irrational components and point A had completely integer components if both are within the set of real numbers. But say that both are within respectively different sets, B is within the set of all R\Q and A within the set of all Z, surely you can still model vector AB, you would just be navigating each subset.
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you need to better define what you're talking about. anyone reading this has to interpret what's going on in your head.
and also use the stupid question thread, this doesn't deserve its own thread
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>>12140637
My retardation aside. Can you generate a vector between any two points? If not, what are the limitations that must be satisfied that will allow a vector to be generated.

All the other stuff is just me trying to explain specific cases I considered.
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>>12140637
Have you seen the retard shit that get's its own threads, at least this is on topic. But yes, anon should use the question thread.
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>>12140631
If something's 0 real 1 imaginary, it's still real, just on 0th coordinate. If something is not real, then you cannot use complex number for it's description. Complex number without real is 0xReal + imaginary. We don't even have a way to write a non real number.
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>>12140673
>limitations that must be satisfied that will allow a vector to be generated.
If going by official policy vectors are expected to have certain properties like a specific number of dimensions and scalability.

If not you really only need definitions for the vector and operations on it, and that will either be equivalent to regular vectors in the combined set or else it will not reproduce regular vector behaviour.

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>hurr lockdown totally works bro!
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>>12141599
Maybe it doesn't work after a critical mass / pop.density.

/2cents
t.indian
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>>12141599
They also shit in streets, i'm not sure why you're not also suggesting toilets don't work based on their example
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>>12141599
>>12141686
>>12141702

Very selective clipping - how about not ignoring population size?
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Now they have time to colonize the moon!
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>>12141599
Maybe pajeets can't actually lock down
What did they do with all the street dwellers and omnishitters?

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I can't bring myself to pay for my math textbook. Can I just become very proficient with Microsoft Excel and then get a good job from there? I'm sick of getting ripped off by college.
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>>12140318
>actually paying for textbooks
also not science or math

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Why hasn't the engineering problem of artificial female companionship been solved yet?
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>>12138780
Someone could start up a company and make robo companion bots.
We have most of the tech to make low level ones but it's more of a finance and licensing issue like most other abstract projects.
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>>12138780
who is dis semeness demoness ?!
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>>12138868
>>12138879
>>12138895
>>12139673
>>12140781
LOL, typical incel copes. I've been on this website long enough that I can literally guess the opinions of incels to any post about women. After all these years, you guys are still incels with the same (incorrect) opinions that are nothing more than a way for you to cope.
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>>12138855
>mfw
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>>12138780
>Why hasn't the engineering problem of artificial female companionship been solved yet?

bipedal balancing issues
pathing problems using visual references
limb "eye" coordination issues
power supply issues
sensory feedback issues
cost overrun issues
etc, etc, etc...

the list goes on and on.

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I'm in my final year undergrad at an International Relations school (because I was a naive brainlet who wanted to change the world) and would like to get some help getting the fuck out and back into something quantitative. I code decently and did pretty well in high school (USAMO qualilfier) so I thought quant finance might be a good way out. I've started reading Hull's Options and some Springer finance stuff, while the intro chapters make sense I can never get past the first few chapters. Hell I can't even understand the math behind Monte Carlo methods after filling my brain up with intergovernmentalism theory and shit. Is this part of statistics or differential equations? What math courses/books do I need to take before reading this stuff?
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>>12137988
hey guys, im an engineer and can i succed in this field in order just to earn money by reading all the study materials without having a degree? Or should i get a degree in this field so?
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>>12141741
If you're an engineer you have almost 0 chances to get into finance. If you're a mathematician or a physicist your chances can go up to 100%. That's how it is. Only engineers I saw making it were a handful of Ivy+MIT EE-CS asians
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>>12141700
Bullshit advice. Hull is trash and people never tell you the truth if they're not your friend already. Talk to finance people only if you can trust them. Anyone else will try to give you bad or vague advice and waste your time A LOT.
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>>12138550
This is probably the best route. Doesn't matter what math you know when recruiters just look at your resume and throw it in the trash when they see international relations.
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>>12139564
100% of TA is bullshit, anyone saying otherwise is just pure boomer cope

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Prove to me that it is the measurement of the experiment rather than the observation by itself that effects the outcome !
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>>12141733
quantum erasure pseud

/thread
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>>12141733
no.
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>>12141733
You can't prove this one way or the other
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>>12141733
https://videos.utahgunexchange.com/watch/new-experiments-show-consciousness-affects-matter-dean-radin-ph-d_4vDnuzDBb4tqRZq.html

https://videos.utahgunexchange.com/watch/noetics-mind-over-matter_MpidybLEBBdLmHk.html
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>>12142028
summarize the second one for me please?
i only want to watch the 1st link

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I’m pretty sure I just solved the Riemann hypothesis, who do I contact?
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>>12139310
Ahh yes connecting cashless students with broke cranks, a great business strategy from a clearly fantastic bizdev
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>>12138634
>I’m pretty sure I just solved the Riemann hypothesis, who do I contact?

whoever you want to take credit for your discovery.
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>>12138634

The bogdanoffs
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>>12138634
>I’m pretty sure I just solved the Riemann hypothesis
then you arent good at math, which means you didnt solve it
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>>12141802
>>12142342

whyliving in a basementwith internet access is the true essence of freedom. The lifestyle is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of socialising, most of the incel memes will go over a typical basement dweller’s head. There’s also the internet’s nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into his characterisation—his personal philosophy draws heavily from the human genetic code, for instance. TheBASEDfags understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of his mediocre Photoshop skills, to realize that he’s not just making hilarious memes—he says something deep aboutEVOLUTION. As a consequence people who dislike theBASEDlifestyle trulyAREidiots—of course they wouldn’t appreciate, for instance, the humour in theBASEDdragon’s existential catchphrase “Ayy lmao” which itself is a cryptic reference to the mating habits of the wildebeest. I’m smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as theBASEDpyre unfolds itself on their computer screens. What faggots… how I pity them. 😂 And yes, by the way, I DO have aBASEDtattoo. And no, you cannot see it. It’s for theLADIES’ eyes only—And even then they have to demonstrate that they’re within a 1,000,000 IQ points of my own (preferably lower) beforehand. Seriously get the fuck off my lawn, kid!
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>*Gives you meningitis*
>*Gives you epilepsy*
>*Makes you take immunodepressants for life*
Heh. Nothing personal, kid.
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Yo WTF
https://sites.google.com/site/mcrais/secrets#_ftn68
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>>12140669
>actually using it before its perfected by a million "i fucking love science" soiboys frying their brain with it
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>>12140669
So what nigga like just take the Murai vaccine that shit aint nothin to stress over, shit.
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>>12140669
Nice try, never selling!
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The most hilarious thought is that whenever this is perfected and common in society you faggots are going to be running the equivalent of Linux on literally your brain and you will be doing this of your own volition and even feel superior because of it

According to the pic related, nearly half of the antimony in our Universe comes from merging neutron stars.

If neutron stars are composed nearly entirely of neutrons and they are basically dead stars, how the fuck can they produce antimony in a merger event or in general? There are no elements in such star remnants. Only, well... neutrons.
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>>12140985
Does that help?
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>>12139144
Most nuclear physics comes from the mistaken calculation that fusion ends with iron, and is almost certainly incorrect.
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>>12141188
Why? I thought it was more so that fusion in normal stars ended with iron. Not that iron is the last fusible element possible. Checked
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Bump
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>>12141385
There is a blatant mistake in calculating the energy where the fact that the next nuclide has one nucleon more is not taken into account. So in fact it doesn't end with iron, but at lead, because heavier elements are too unstable and decay back to lead, while releasing helium.

In fact I suspect the whole inverted stellar evolution was made up to account for the "impossible" elements, meaning that most of what we know about stars is wrong. But I haven't looked into it in detail, so I don't really know.


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