/sci/ humor threadlet's go
>>12568846LmaoMan chemistry is fun
>independently sort variables
>>12568846Off to a good start.
>>12570519but the regressions look so nice
>>12568846hahah based chemists, I knew an chemical engineer and his uni stories was he and his mates blowing shit up on Uni and friends hurting themselves trying to blow shit up on campus
>>12571590gets me every time
>>12571806don't tell me they
>>12571590Love this one
>>12571590is it that woman who pretended she discovered integrals?
>>12571590>>12572844she didn't pretend, she legitimately came up with the idea on her own. She just didn't know anything about calculus because lmao nurse
Did you guys know that according to modern mathematics it's impossible in general to add small natural numbers, perform operations like 1+2=3 etc. In general with natural numbers all you can do is repeat the question. Everyone should mock modern mathematicians relentlessly for this.
>>12568846who has the meme about ted kaczynski being known for other works?
>>12573640nah this is bullshit
>>12573240Peak german humor
i can't find the richard feynman one
>>12573812is that a predatory journal?
>>12573791im guessing bio
>>12573791ah i found it
>>12573900is it shopped?
>>12573903No, that is what it really looked like.
>>12573240Und was soll daran bitte lustig sein, Reiner?
>>12573818Hardly. It is an ironical one.
>>12573974apocryphal means it's like a myth or wives' tale right?but you can make pseudoephedrine from meth can't you?i know this is the reverse synthesis of what people usually look for but i'm a chemist so people always ask me if i know how to make meth, so i say you throw pseudoephedrine in a catalytic converter do hydrogenate the double bond.
>>12573982Look at the names of the "authors" as a hint.And if you like funny names:https://www.parolacce.org/2014/10/05/the-true-story-of-stronzo-bestiale/
Much serious and informative but also much hilarity:https://blogs.sciencemag.org/pipeline/Especially his articles on explosive matter are worth a read.
>>12574011>science translational medicinewhy is it "translational"?
>women join the service>aren't matched with Chad because they're not the perfect princesses they think they are>delete their accountThis is what would happen
>>12574271Peak organic chemistry humor
>>12573197Best posters coming through.
>>12574007>We have found
>>12574011He really overhyped Azidoazide azide though. His post about it spread all over the net as though it's this crazy sensitive explosive that'll blow you up if you look at it wrong.Then a shitposting Aussie chemist youtuber made some in his shed and said it was alright but not great.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Sz4d7RQB6Y
>>12575657Please be real
>>12575904why is the person's name censored
>>12576257based primitive life enjoyer
>>12573159Never seen this one, I'm saving it. As a frequent /lit/ user this made me chuckle.
>>12576781Who knows, perhaps the two expressions are equal.
>>12572844>>12572915for a good moment I was extremely confused because I couldn't believe it was that fucking stupid and though i was missing something
>>12571802this is /his/ humor, but thanks for posting it nonetheless
>>12577087It's /med/ humor too.
>>12571590Reminds me of college back a decade or so ago:>Roommate is FUCKING HYPED>Working on something on his own >We're both undergrads in material science>"Bro I've got something that could change the world, think if we could get off of gasoline and use WATER for energy">We smoked a ton of weed so I never really expected much, even though he was a smart guy>Weeks later I come to find him broken down, almost in tears>Turns out he came up with the idea for basically a steam engine kek.
>>12571590>>12577127You guys should look up the "discovery" of the Hardy Weinberg equation
Anyone have the students and their professor trying to solve an old proof, but they can't so the professor goes to find the initial publication and it's his own from decades ago and he says to refer to the proof? kek that got me good.
>>12577127>first year undergrad delusions of grandeur
>>12573159I fucking love it
>>12576781>>12576787It looks like a solution to a partial differential equation with separation of variables. these are what the solutions usually look like. probably heat equation or wave equation.
Anyone remember the guy who turned off the freezer? I haven't heard from him since, did the postgrads murder him?
>>12576029lmao and I can't get a job as a data scientist when retards like this litter the field
>>12576029I feel sick.
>>12577822Do a pfizer>yes he and 150 other people died the second the plunger was pressed but in a universe every non zero probability will happen by chance so this is nothing to see.
>>12576029ehh i dont understand that
>>12578513He simply had a list of paired datapoints, something like (student_IQ; student_grade). He wants to find out if IQ correlates with grades, but first he makes a new paired dataset, ordering the values independently, i.e lowest IQ with the lowest grade.No shit you get nice correlations this way and no shit this destroys the data. The guy is a retard for even asking this question.
When you realize science is just glorified twitter arguments
>>12571590>>12577127In primary school and high school I came up with heaps of "new" concepts only to later be taught them.Nowadays I just ask someone how to do something before even trying it myself because 10/10 times there's already an established method I just didn't know about.
>>12578900Lol me tooI remember feeling like my ideas were stolen when I first heard about them but then I find out the person who discovered it was alive 200+ years ago
>>12574271I dig it
>>12578924>>12578900it's how you know you're on the right track, imo
>>12577491>>12576781The actual answer is for a Fourier Transform application, so just some arbitrary non-discrete wave function
>>12571590How did this even get through reviewers?
>>12579640Because it was reviewed by their peers
>>12578513maybe this illustrates it a bit
>>12580346there isn't even anything to argue about (G), but you can say that about many bait threads
>>12580359oh ok I see, of course there
>>12580178These books are actually good though.
>>12580377well that's what the meme is saying
>>12580178Are these good intros?
>>12580018isnt peer-review anonymous tho?
>>12578900>>12578924"A couple months in the lab can frequently save a couple of hours in the library"
>>12580477Not as intros to these subjects (e.g. as an undergrad) because they're quite advanced. More useful to a grad student, IMO.More to the point, I think each of these subjects has a better specific textbook, but it's pretty amazing as an all-in-one course.My advice on textbook is that you should take the time to find a book (or other resource) that works for you. Many times I have had epiphanies on difficult topics just by reading a new textbook and seeing the same idea presented in a slightly different way.
>>12580548In this sense the volume on QM is quite good if you can get past the notation. It offers insights not found in other QM texts. It's worth the effort.
>>12580548feels badi dont understand that meme
>>12580548>let me talk about isomorphism and not derive anything
>>12575993this is an anonymous board
>>12576787Possibly at some value of x,t but pic was obviously Fourier's burnout
>>12580903Nevermind, that expression has normalized coeff
>>12577127best one in the thread, holy fuck i require assistance
>>12573314>not posting the entire thingburgerposting needs to be done correctly.
>>12580359the path to g is blocked
>>12581626no you retard! its g for sure
>>12571590A friend of mine, after studying mechanical engineering, did some biomechanics. Apparently they couldn't stop reinventing the most basic shit like Hooke's law
>>12571588or making popper and sniffing it in the lab
>>12571590lmao did she just invent warm water (numerical integration)? kek
>>12581669B-but if you change the curve a bit on the right, the material behavior changes! Like, completely! Whoa!
>>12573303>better known for other work
>>12573772more like 14 years old psychopath humor
>>12581794kek'd 'n' saved
>>12578814What are cardinals, pls explain the joke for brainlets
>>12576565That's not funny. That's immensely helpful.
>>12573197has anyone caught 50000 flies in a jar and posted results
>>12572915Link to this story?
>>12582354Wojak is old and tired but I love this
>>12576711read that in limmy's voice
>>12580346 4chan in a nutshell
>>12571554what a croc of shit. these meme papers are stupid as fuck. no information for the reader whatsoever nor anything to back up the assertion. why 'probably not', and not 'almost certainly'. this isnt a paper and whoever published this is a cretin.
>>12582629it's just the abstract bro
>>12580545the alternative is knowing libraries worth of book shit by heart, but faltering at even the simplest lab procedure (or being scared of your reagents)
>>12571590>Cited by 223 documentsHoly shit kek
>>12580359but H is lower so H will fill up first
>>12576029One of my all time favorites
>>12576781This is fairly insane to look at when you don't understand what is going on but Fourier transforms are more or less just cookie cutter identities with some algebra and calculus mixed in there
>>12584064>the alternative is knowing libraries worth of book shit by heartJoking?When I did my PhD we were told to spend one day a week in the library to catch up with all new publications. You still had to go the next week too.
>>12571590>>12578900Reminds me of how I was a giga retard and instead of memorizing math formulas and using them to solve problems, I would spend hours attempting to solve math problems I didn't know how to solve only to find out I essentially came up with a bunch of well known math formulas.Or how I would send 5 hours thinking about >but what is X squared or 2 squared, what about a squared, on a two dimensional plane it's the length and width multiplied with each other which gives essentially a new plane of depth a height, so what would a three dimensional object like an apple squared be like, ah yes it's hard to imagine because I am trying to percieve essentially a dimension beyond my current existence, much like somebody o n a 2 plant trying to imagine 3d by thinking of how 3d objects would cast a shadow on 2d plane>same thing for square rootOr functions and well anything really. I would spend countless hours thinking about shit nobody cares about and was the retard that could never pass things I don't understand because just memorizing things was not a skill I possessed. My mind would resit any knowledge I don't intimately understand.
>>12584285>Or functions and well anything really. I would spend countless hours thinking about shit nobody cares about and was the retard that could never pass things I don't understand because just memorizing things was not a skill I possessed. My mind would resit any knowledge I don't intimately understand.This is actually a huge strength but you have to wield/harness it.
>>12584303>This is actually a huge strength but you have to wield/harness it.I don't think you understand how much of a downside that is in the modern education system where you leanr a bunch of shit really fast in a passing manner.Sure I am expert that can construct and deconstruct any knowledge I have assimilated, but nobody values that in terms of grades. Everything I learned I remember to this day and more importantly understand it and how to apply it to other things naturally. However I could never keep up with the pace of "okay we are going to superficially touch on this, and this and moving on this an that"I think it's because I think in terms of images, space relations and so on. So when ever I hear a mathematical or physics formula for me to even have hope of remembering it I have to deconstruct the words into physical relations to each other.Anyway other kids would pass with flying colors and not remember what they learned by next year, Id barely pass and remember everything I learned. Guess who got through life with flying colors an who the retard is.
>>12571590I refuse to believe this is real.
>>12584070>publish thinly disguised rubbish>get hundreds of citations (telling how exactly much of an idiot you are)>coolface.jpg
>>12582042This is a personal attack
>>12580484Peers of morons will be morons
>>12584486hehemaybe raymond hoser has many citations too? what do you think?
>>12582042i feel insulted
>>12584070that publication is pretty old tho
>>12584823>differentiable by partsShould have just plotted a brownian motion.
>>12573240#unbesiegt auf ewig
>>12576257me at the bottom
>>12585711what's that got to do with science? nigger
>>12584823heh, that's a good one
>>12585761Can't tell if this is a troll or a really good joke
>>12573159I would read a whole novel by this autist
>>12586148he meant visual novel
>>12580538>laughing about incest while in Oklahoma>>12584823isn't rebelling the point of being punk?
>>12586258>isn't rebelling the point of being punk?dont try to argue with sjw cunts, you are too intelligent for that
>>12573159Holy Shit, i want this as a book
>>12573240Scheiße der Rainer schmeißt mir glei die Metalloide raus
>>12573240I speak German but no idea how this is supposed to be funny.
>>12587347>>12587350>>12587352This is /pol/ "humor"And smuggies were such a stupid dead memeIf you want to bring something back bring back picrel
>>12587363>This is /pol/ "humor"seems like that kinda stuff upsets you, nice to know, thanks for pointing it out
>>12587363You forgot a few:>>12587359>>12587362Oh great, even more...Fuck /pol/.
>>12587375>>12587378Why are you shitting up this thread?
kek these are funny.
>>12587449/b/ tier humor
>>12568846The quality of the posts in this thread is represented by figure 8A in OP.
weird little /pol/ guy in here dumping his ben garrison worship folder
>>12587477wow anonthis really convinced me do you have more great redpills like how prostates are jewish devices to turn men gay?
>>12587471Science is a lot like religion. the followers only use it when it benefits them and ignore anything that might make them uncomfortable.
>>12571802>completely bald before 35So most of modern men are genetic refuses?
>>12587493You're talking about pop sci shit and mass media representation of social science shit, clickbait titles etc... People doing advanced researched about particles physics for instance don't have anything to do with what you're describing.Read some of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anyon and tell me this is a religion. There is "Science" as a practice in a lab, and """science""" as a political buzzword. Please don't mix up the two ,thank you.
>>12573772no that'd be marcoreps
>>12572844>>12572915She came up with reimann approximation or maybe used trapezoids but probably not
>>12586258>laughing about incest while in Oklahoma
>>12573640it will never work, contradicts basic principles of physics.