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>with time, things turn into a mess
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Entropy
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>>10646700
this >>10646703


>the less definite it is the more of it there can be
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>>10646708
many worlds interpretation.
>the faster things go the slower they go
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>>10646700
stuff goes back and forth and make lots of DNA
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>>10646708
Uncertainty principle

>it turns it into signals
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> when there's only one way to gettit
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The guests just keep coming
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>>10646721
that one hotel problem relating to infinity.
>>10646716
sex.
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>>10646728
impressive
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There more of us you consume, the lower you're IQ will be.
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>>10646733
/sci/ threads
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Its hard to swim in molasses, it bogs me down and makes me feel heavy
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>>10646728
I-I-I meant polymerase chain reaction, anon!
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>>10646738
viscosity
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>>10646745
Higgs feild
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>>10646736
True, but not the answer
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>>10646716
PCR
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>>10646733
DXM
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The thirstiness for lines depends on the oomph inside
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Put drugs in a cup with gut juice to eat it then add intestine juice and see how hard it eated it
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When you travel the shortest route and it's impossible to go outside no matter where you are heading.
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Highness, swishiness, and pushyness tells you how the swishy things swish
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>>10646790
round earth
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>>10646777
Cocaine addiction
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>>10646794
Close enough! Convexity.
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>>10646793
Navier-Stokes equations
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>>10646700
>stupid bags of chemicals
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>>10646822
Cells
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>when you go the store and come back home and you've turned one eighty degrees
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>>10646712
Special relativity
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>>10646708
answers to your concept
>the more you circle the more you are
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>dude just throw random numbers at the problem until you almost have the answer lmao
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>>10646818
Specifically the Bernoulli equation
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>>10646860
numerical analysis
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>>10646854
centripetal force
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>>10646854
Time-dependent Schrodinger Equation
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>>10646797
Kek but not what I'm thinking of
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>>10646854
Residues.
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>>10646777
Vectors?
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>dude imagine if the layers of the earth were like ice cubes
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>>10646860
Machine learning.
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>>10646895
Related, but it's a physics concept
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>>10646777
Something regarding flux and forces?
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>>10646939
Close enough, Gauss's Law
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If you draw a loop, you can tell how much swirly is inside
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>>10646950
Kelvin Stokes Theorem
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>>10646903
Careful, you'll hurt a CS fags feelings
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In my area, pies are square
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What doesn't kill you makes your descendants stronger.
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>>10646971
Natural selection
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>>10646971
Epigenetics
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>>10646967
A metric space with the taxicab metric
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>>10646973
Nope.
>>10646978
Close. Lemarkian theory of inheritance.
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>>10646718
Fourier transform?
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>>10646790
penrose diagrams?
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>>10646824
spontaneous combustion
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>>10646989
Nope, and the answer is given here >>10646801
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>>10646700
>as it turns out, you can't actually prove the existence (or lack thereof) of a deity.
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>>10646700
chaos theory

>you make it complicated then try to integrate then avoid the awkward bits then you have your answer right there
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>>10646822
women
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>>10647020
Godel.
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You go to the natural number store, you pick out a number and go to the check out line. But once you are there, there are finitely many people that can take your number from you. Not only that but, you can check out with your number and then they can take it from you by kicking you in the shins. You then have to go pick another number. The only solace you get is that you can do the same to anyone else behind you in line. You can only keep your number once everyone in front of you is satisfied.
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they are both equal to 3
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>>10646985
How is epigenetics close to LeMark? One is gene expressions inside a single generation, the other is passing learned behaviours on to offspring.
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Twofer, but they're very closely related.
>we don't know how it happened, we don't why it happened, we don't know when it happened, we don't even have concrete evidence that it happened, but we are 100% sure that it happened
>some people think it happened somewhere else and then came here later
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>>10647086
Not him, but the state of the mothers body affects the fetus while it is in the womb. For example mother pass on certain properties of the her endocrine system not coded in genes.
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>>10646824
Spinor? Sort of
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>>10646992
>>10647148
Fucking holonomy lads.
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>>10647137
I guess that makes sense.
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>>10647153
Oh duh yeah that makes sense
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>>10646762
Kek
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>>10646973
Evolution.
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Squiggly lines and Greek letters
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>>10647061
Something tells me this is something in set theory
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>>10646733
Lead paint chips?
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>>10647210
>I Can't Believe It's Not Faceswitch!
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>>10646967
Area = 3.142 × r2
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>>10646700
Call me a newfag (I'm from /x/) but this is the most hilarious thread I have seen here.
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>>10647301
>I'm from /x/
Funniest post ITT
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>>10646790
Black hole
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>>10647111
Abiogenesis
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>>10647200
Math? :p
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>>10647374
Nope. I'm not sure what else to say that doesn't make it obvious. A particle that isn't a particle
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>>10647389
Oh, feynman diagrams?
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If you bump into me we'll annihilate in a burst of photons.
If you run into me we'll annihilate in a burst of bosons
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>>10647210
Finite injury priority method, recursion theory
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>>10646777
capillary action
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>>10646700
its how we measure real and imaginary power.
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>>10646779
lol
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>>10646860
monte carlo
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>>10647367
Correct.
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>>10646700
Doesn't have enough minus things so it takes a minus thing from something small and the other one gives the small thing another minus thing and you get two minus things between three small things.
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>>10646860
Me during chemical physics exams
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Replacing sexy panties with a set of rules until a nice tree is formed
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the study of not being alone
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Hard one: Despite the name, the variables aren't going anywhere
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>>10647040
residues
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>>10646733
Rap "music" albums
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>>10648129
Dynamic programming?
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>>10648165
no
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>>10648025
DVDA
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>>10648144
Bingo
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>>10646700
You try and express things that are more likely to appear using less information, so in the end you hope to transmit less total information than if you had equal information to each thing.
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>>10648171
Nope, another massive clue: 2e3c
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>>10648179
shannon codes
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>>10648186
I meant entropy coding in general, but yes, certainly.
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Easy mode
>the amount of sucking you need to avoid small destruction bubbles

Bonus
>metal tends to crap out within a certain radius of metal-sticking machine
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>>10648129>>10648165

Hint: the variables do actually go somewhere, but it's just across to the other side
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>>10646733
any material substance that causes noticeable damage to the brain
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>>10648180
>>10648240
Battleship
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>>10648179
Language
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>>10646700
Severe on the edges
Nonexistent in the middle
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One thing implies another thing and the other thing implies the first thing, but each thing may end up being one of a number of different things, so the only sure thing is the implication.
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>>10648389
logical equivalence?
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>>10648312
Third hint, H-bridge
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>>10648375
Mandelbrot set
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>>10648389
>>10648430
Hint: it's a relationship that can be formed when it once wasn't.
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>>10648485
Good job anon
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Temperature is time which is also cyclic so you can just get rid of it
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>>10648552
An isentropic process?
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>>10646720
Injective function
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>>10646823
Correct

>>10647045
Also correct
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>>10646720
Monopoly.
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when you try your best but other people are too
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>>10648940
Correct
>>10648971
Could very well have been
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>>10647366
Could have been, but no. Convexity.
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Theorem humans can do mathematics no computer can possibly do
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>>10648202
1st: Priming (pumps)? Cavitation?
2nd: Rephrase your question... Tensile test? Hardness?
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>>10649430
>1st: Priming (pumps)? Cavitation?
Eh, close enough. I was looking for "net positive suction head"
(head lol)

>2nd: Rephrase your question... Tensile test? Hardness?
Okay, try:
>the metal inside this region is upset by the flame or arc
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>>10649449
Surely it's not: slag?
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>>10649478
>slag
close, no cigar ;3
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>>10647040
Newton-Raphson?
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>>10646700
The bigger the beast, the harder it is to escape
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>>10649579
Gravity/escape velocity
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>>10647079

e and pi kek
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>>10646700
the universe is a lazy fucker.
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>>10646860
the GDA method of calculating square roots by hand
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>>10647397
Yep!
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>>10646700
Stuff happens where the only chance of somethin happening is due to what just happens before.
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>>10649734
Fibonacci
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>>10649734
Markov chain
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>>10649734
>>10649747
I was thinking this or just non-deterministic Turing machine
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>>10649579
square/cube law
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>>10646700
>Telepathy but only when high on weed
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>>10649406
I had this thought the other day. Weird.
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Ok so first it was like 1 and then a thing happened because of the transfer of energy and like more happened and kaboom
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>>10646733
black people
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>>10646733
Opinions
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A force of natural attraction with no freedom to choose what its attracted to
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>>10650551
So trannies and gays?
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If it works for three people it works for all people
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>>10650477
Something you do every Saturday.
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>>10649734
conditional probability?
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>>10650551
gravitation
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>>10650931
Inductive reasoning?
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>>10650931
extrapolation?
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In biology it looks like sex but not really one part won't fit in the other part unless that part pulls a Grace Jones in Conan the Barbarian.

There's no way anyone'll get that.
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>>10646700
As long as it has this you can smack it up all kinds of ways, except one. If you do that it'll snap.
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>>10649610
Big bang?
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>>10650530
chain reaction?
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>>10650477
schizophrenia?
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>>10646733
heavy metals
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>>10651622
Yes
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>>10650530
Combustion
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>>10651584
Prince Rupert's drop?
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>>10651584
Prince Rupert's drops
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>>10651643
Hah!
>>10651652
>>10651653
Nope.
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>>10646898
>tfw no one guessed mine
I guess /sci/ has no geologists
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>>10651663
Shear strength
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>>10651673
Closer. Badly formed hint: It's not a specific material thing just a thing that material things have when they line their things up to all point at a thing.
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>>10646700
It's simple sweet single has a backbone, ends with an O and gets all da hide.
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>>10651687
>all da hide.
too obvious
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The function at the junction creates the motion in the ocean
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>>10651688
Maybe, I couldn't resist describing it like that.
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If you play in this city, you can play in the other as long as you know when to stop. If you play in the other city, you can only play here if you know it when you see it.
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>>10651697
The sinusoidal graph created by the Earth's tide being influenced by the moon
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Just keep your distance and you'll move fast enough to stay in the same place.
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An old school wolf from around the 70's, he's heavy, tough and snatches loot from Sn-horns.
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>>10650477
Quantum entanglement.
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>>10651734
Red queen problem.
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>>10650931
k-SAT?
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>>10651756
Not really, when I say move I mean that literally.
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>>10651716
Close, I was going for wind waves
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>>10651756
And I also don't see what keeping your distance has to do with that.
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>>10651712
Traveling salesman problem.
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If it goes through a loop it produces a spinning thing.
That spinning thing produces a thing that goes through the loop again, but from the other side.
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>>10651776
No. But algorithmics is a good direction. Hint: I'm talking about two specific cities.
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>>10651734
Geostationary orbit?
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>>10651712
Quick sort.
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>>10651775
To satiate your curiosity.

Said by the Red Queen in Lewis Carrol: "...it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place."

Red Queen effect aka problem from wikipedia:
>"an evolutionary hypothesis which proposes that organisms must constantly adapt, evolve, and proliferate in order to survive while pitted against ever-evolving opposing organisms in a constantly changing environment, as well as to gain reproductive advantage."
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>>10651753
Well, you got the answer to this
>>10648389
lmao
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O I got one. When you sit at a table at Applebee's and it takes so long to for people to pass the biscuits that the sun will go out before you get one.
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>>10651811
Yes, you got it!
>>10651825
I'm aware of that, but I still don't see what "keeping distance" has to do with that.
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>>10647430
electron/positron
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>>10646860
sounds like diff eq
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>>10648143
correct, well done
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>>10647430
D4C
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>>10646700
That thing where stuff gets hot and processes things and we talk about it.
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>>10652674
Really? Don't know what to tell you. It literally is a racing metaphor describing evolutionary distance between organisms. Oh well.
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>>10652902
computer.
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>>10646700
Different things made of the same stuff you can make them the same but only if you flip out. If you forget which is which you can pick right as long as you look with extra light.
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>>10646700
A Greek love potion that all humans have and knose. But it may not be intact if you're in the wrong cleft.
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>>10647506
What is the triforce er power triangle?
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>>10648025
Three center two electron bond?
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>>10652997
I'm not a biologist and the description of the req queen hypothesis I saw didn't use that term. But now I see where you're coming from.
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>>10649747
Correct.
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A is correlated with B (anon et al.) and B is correlated with C (anon & anon). Thus we have proved a causality between A and C. Thank you, thank you. It's hard work but someone has to do it.
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>>10648202
>>10649449
>>10649486
Can nobody get my #2?
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>>10653042
Enantiomers
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>>10653711
It's cool /sci/guy. I didn't realize yours was geostationary orbit. No one knows everything.
>>10654303
Yes!!! A winner is you.
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>>10651584
A crystalline lattice?
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>>10646733
Well that covers almost everything.
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>>10651652
>>10651653
>>10651673
>>10654682
My explanation was painfully bad, so I'm gonna give you guys credit since everyone was so ridiculously close. It's anisotropy /sci/guys. Yeah I know, so freaking close every time. I held out so long due to it being a property and not a specific instance. Not sure if that was the best call on my part, honestly.
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>>10654702
Okay here's one t that should be easy: Hooks too small to magnify by light, but easily felt by any blind hand.
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>>10654719
Consequences?
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>>10654719
Elasticity?
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>>10654719
Hooke's law.
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>>10654719
Adhesive?
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>>10654816
bingo
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It sucks balls and only gay faggots with aids like it.
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Another term for this guy >>10654949. One who spreads abstract transmission with such low informational value that the transmission can no longer be converted into an energetically or informationally usable form.
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It's supposedly rooted in geometric questions, but it's procedures reduce to algebra.
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>>10654719

MAGNETS!
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>>10655172
this guy already got it >>10654816. Magnetism is a little beyond what I could describe with deliberate badness, since the best I can do with it is bad enough to be problematic already.
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>>10655525
Not him. It happens. Here's one, but it's pretty simple: A very hard pudding, so common that it doesn't exist, to know it isn't there is to strike gold.
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>>10656692
The pudding model of the atom.
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>>10656695
Got it!
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Theoretically, if it was a bank it would be a bad one. It never let's it's funds go so they only get smaller. It's a good thing these banks don't exist. Otherwise neither would we.
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>>10646700
Two possible answers, with poetic license:It silences what doesn't talk,/but really should shut up./Roll dice, rip it like a hawk,/the noise will be disrupt.
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dude just look harder lmao
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>>10649406
Who's that handsome guy in the pic? Wink wink.
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>>10646950
green
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>>10646779
Intestinal flora hydrolysis.
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>>10656899
Electron microscopy
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>>10657477
Meant Stokes theorem in general, inspired by smbc
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>Me and my retarded brother stay in a solution and we dont change unless you add a ton of positive or negative

>a box of algebra
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>>10653052
was looking for something more along the line of phase angle or complex power
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>>10649406
Godel's incompleteness theorem
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>>10646824
holonomy
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>>10653019
Thermodynamics.
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>>10651854
zeno's paradox?
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>>10659971
Not quite, but that's close enough for my tastes. It was factorial time.
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wibbly-wobbly rainbow spheres that take not-insignificant amount of time to be rendered
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Something you wear on your hand that helps you get to work.
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>>10646790
convex sets obviously



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