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ad8832 No.34[Reply]

Rewrote this to be slightly less shit.

Anyway, welcome to not-halfchan-/sci/, home of actually intelligent and decent discussion. Of course, anarchy tends to prevent this, so we will have to have rules.

1: Religion vs science arguments are prohibited. Take that shit over to >>>/rel/, please. Or, better yet, don't fucking do it.

2: If you're here to ask for help on homework, go to >>>/hwk/.

3: Sources for all facts, okay?

4: Keep topics related to science and mathematics, please. It's the name of the board for a reason.

More can be added if necessary. Again, don't make it necessary.

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d415e2 No.3258[Reply]

Opinions on VSauce? I enjoy his shit.

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d415e2 No.4288

He's hit or miss for me. I like his space videos


d415e2 No.4319

>>3258

His videos are fine to watch if your relaxing and want to learn some random facts, but they tend to jump around frequently and you really can't get the big picture with ease.

He recently started a collaboration with some other guy and started shilling his own products. His quality has gone down drastically.


d415e2 No.4320

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>3258

His content is what I watch if I procrastinate but pretend I'm being somewhat productive. For a long time I avoided him because for some reason I thought he was just another gaming channel, but I think I just mixed that up with some channel called vinesauce. Check out numberphile, while their content isn't too HQ it certainly have a couple of very good videos, explained to the common man.


d415e2 No.4321

>>4320

they certainly have*

didnt read before posting


eb6d6e No.4889

o.O




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6a82b9 No.4650[Reply]

How long do we have until we attain biological immortality? Please post actual arguments instead of baseless guesses.

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3fcc9f No.4741

>>4730

>My advise? live healthy and earn money, not for your pension but for your eventuel re-youth.

This.

It probably will happen and probably will be an arms reach for jews and people near them, and completely inaccessible for regular people.


a93173 No.4746

>>4730

>My advise? live healthy and earn money, not for your pension but for your eventuel re-youth.

This.

If it happens, it won't be cheap.


5ef773 No.4885

>>4650

It's coming, but not for you and me. It's not all that advanced or reliable yet. The human body is a machine, like a car. We still don't know how it works completely, or how to control where things reattach. We can stave off death from a disembodied head (temporarily), which is cruel in the cases where this has been tried, but we cannot perform a good head transplant. Not especially one that ensures full recovery.

We may be able to considerably slow ageing according to recent enhancements. And, we may eventually be able to halt ageing and turn back some of the degradation. But that is years away, and will likely not be available to the standard peon for a good long time anyways.

Death is not destiny, rather it is an indicator of our relatively low knowledge about the world around us. Death is merely a way for the universe to mock us for being noobs. Nature doesn't engineer death so much as it just adapts around it. There are creatures that can and will live much longer than humans for a while. We could learn from them, especially with the emerging field of gene-editing. We are built to think of these concepts, and thus perhaps with some luck, we can achieve them as well.


2d6693 No.4886

>>4650

Total immortality is paradoxical. Think about it how would you save someone after they have been sucked into a turbine engine? At first glance it seems logical that if you put them back together they would live again. But if you know how to put them back together you can make 2 of the same person at the same time. They cannot both have the same consciousness/subjective experience etc. since you cannot experience the world from two different bodies. So reassembling a dead person does not guarantee that YOU will come back to life and start experiencing the world again as you do now.


3eb327 No.4888

>>4650

It won't ever happen because the US government will either make it illegal or Illuminati spies within the FDA will get the tech/drugs banned for bull shit reasons and use them for their own people.




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97487c No.4852[Reply]

According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change(UN-IPCC) the Earth may not heat up by more than 2° C on average.

Stefan Rahmstorf(Ocean scientist) says that all human CO2 emission have to be reduced to 0% by 2060 to stay under 2° C.

This means we may not burn more than 1 drop of oil, gas, or other carbon fuels.

Without fuel cars, tractors, boats, and airplanes no longer work.

Without transportation food and drink can no longer be transported on a large scale and more than half of humanity will die from food shortages.

De International Energy Agency(IEA) says that human energy deman will rise by 100% by 2060.

According to the United Nations the global human population will be 10 billion by 2055.

According to the United Nation the Earth can only contain 4 to 6 billion people to give everyone a healthy meal.

The Earth now contains a human population of 7.5 billion.

If all people on Earth live a Western lifestyle with a car, a house, a tv, a smartphone, and so on. We need 3 Earths to mine all resources and extract all the oil, but we only have 1 Earth.

Today there are approx. 750 million cars on Earth. There are not enough minerals on Earth to replace all these fossil fuel cars by electric vehicles. The batteries for electric cars and smartpgones use Cobalt, Lithium, and Graphite.

There are known Cobalt deposits in Afghanistan, Congo, China, and North Korea. The mining of Cobalt is poisonous en pollutes the environment where it is mined. Causing local water to be undrinkable. Because of this plants, animals, and humans die of diseases.

People who work in Cobalt mines have an average lifespan of 30 years.

There are Lithum mines in Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

97487c No.4853

File: 96b62e99effdda3⋯.jpg (62.7 KB, 950x248, 475:124, techno.jpg)

The glaciers in the Europe, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, India, China, Nepal, Tanzania, and Argentina are already melting.

In 2013 there was a flood in India and Nepal caused by melting glaciers. 1200 people died. Millions of homes were destroyed.

In January of 2018 there was floods in Switserland en Germany caused by melting glaciers which killed several tourists and destroyed entire villages.

The IPCC has says no viable technologies exist to sequestrer CO2, except planting trees.

62% of all forests on Earth were cut down between 2000 and 2012 according to the Nature Conservancy Foundation.

At the current rate 90% of all forests on the Earth will be cut down according to Edward Wilson(Biologist, PhD).

The United States Army recenly claimed the biggest threat to the USA is climate change. (But you cant fight the climate with guns)


97487c No.4854

File: 4c2e49cb24e9777⋯.png (45.83 KB, 539x348, 539:348, SenecaBrite.png)

Some claim nuclear power is the solution to combat climbate change.

While nuclear fission reactors by themselves produce no CO2.

To mine and transport uranium we need to burn fossil fuels for powering the mining equipment which produces 1.1 kg of CO2 per kWh.

Also a nuclear power plant needs about 200000 tons of concrete.

The concrete industry is one of two largest producers of CO2 according to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

To make 1 tonne of concrete it produces between 290 and 410 kg of CO2 according to University of Dundee.

According to the Nuclear Energy Institute(NEI) nuclear power plants provided 11% of worldwide electricity with about 450 nuclear plants.

We would need to build nearly 4500 more power plants to replace fossil fuels with nuclear power. (not including an energy demand increase of 100% in which case we need 9000 more power plants)

There is probably not enough sand on the Earth to produce that much concrete.

Proper sand for concrete is already a scarce resource.

We are totally and absolutely fucked.

Enjoy your life while you still can before

https://cassandralegacy.blogspot.nl/2011/08/seneca-effect-origins-of-collapse.html


05b553 No.4884

(((They))) were saying the same thing ten years ago.


91e9e7 No.4887

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>>4852

LOL

George Carlin - Saving the Planet

https://youtu.be/7W33HRc1A6c




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84eaeb No.4501[Reply]

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477fb3 No.4732

>>4608

>cellular structure

Fucking what?


e72d85 No.4733

>>4723

>copper, iron) which have absolutely no positive health effects.

<I like to talk out my ass as if i know anything.

Copper is can be used to kill bacteria and anti-inflammatory.

Iron is what your blood cells are made out of.


8426c4 No.4734

>>4733

>extremely low amounts of these impurities (copper, iron) which have absolutely no positive health effects.

>extremely low amounts […] which have absolutely no positive health effects


f61e51 No.4864

>>4501

>2018

>not using iodized salt

>thyroid rotting


b9c0d7 No.4883

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>>4722

>Ancient water




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436e0f No.4618[Reply]

>Cantor's diagonal argument

>Gödel's incompleteness theorem

>Zeno's paradox

>Galileo's paradox

>Ross–Littlewood problem

The list goes on and on. The so called "solutions" to these problems are hideous abortions tacked onto real math and logic. Most of modern math is only usable in a tiny subset of the problems it can be applied to. Finite length statements/equations that need to be decidable in a finite amount of time, e.g. all formal systems, cannot be expected to properly deal with infinites.

Thanks for reading, I know most of you are too indoctrinated to agree.

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477ac1 No.4873

>>4870

>>4633

In the first line of the table, the possible integer values of Δz. You can see that this is just a list of the integers, of course. Next is listed some integer values for other exponents of Δz. This is also straightforward. At line 7, it begins to look at the differentials of the previous six lines. In line 7, it is referencing line 1, just subtracting each number from the next. Another way of saying it is that it is looking at the rate of change along line 1. Line 9 lists the differentials of line 3. Line 14 lists the differentials of line 9. I think you can follow the logic on this.

1 Δz 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9….

2 Δ2z 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18….

3 Δz2 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49 64, 81

4 Δz3 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343

5 Δz4 1, 16, 81, 256, 625, 1296

6 Δz5 1, 32, 243, 1024, 3125, 7776, 16807

7 ΔΔz 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1

8 ΔΔ2z 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2

9 ΔΔz2 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19

10 ΔΔz3 1, 7, 19, 37, 61, 91, 127

11 ΔΔz4 1, 15, 65, 175, 369, 671

12 ΔΔz5 1, 31, 211, 781, 2101, 4651, 9031

13 ΔΔΔz 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

14 ΔΔΔz2 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2

15 ΔΔΔz3 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42

16 ΔΔΔz4 14, 50, 110, 194, 302

17 ΔΔΔz5 30, 180, 570, 1320, 2550, 4380

18 ΔΔΔΔz3 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6

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000000 No.4874

>>4873

Uh, congrats on calculating the differential of x^2?

You've only done it for a very simple function, though. How would you use your method to differentiate (sin x)^2 for instance?

Also your notation is godawful. Use some parentheses, man.


477ac1 No.4875

>>4874

>How would you use your method to differentiate (sin x)^2 for instance?

The table above doesn't apply directly to sine and cosine due to the definition of sine and cosine and their co-dependance upon each other. With that said this here may better explain it than the mainstreams silly little chain rule.

sinx^2 = 1 – cosx^2

Δsinx^2/sinx = -2cosx

Δsinx^2 = 2cosxsinx

Δsinx^2 = sin(2x)


000000 No.4877

>>4875

It looks like you're just using the normal differentiation rules, except in a convoluted way with slightly non-standard notation. What is supposed to be different about this method?

Also what exactly is the definition of Δ? In your first post you use it to mean subtraction of successive integers, but now you are using it to mean differential.


477ac1 No.4882

>>4877

Δ Delta, both times used to indicate change.




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5317ed No.4642[Reply]

Was Tesla right?

Let's analyze the following proposition:

"all waves travel through a medium"

It is false, you might think, based on electromagnetic waves, as they travel through "empty space" at the speed c. But what if empty space is really an "ether-filled massless space"? Then the proposition is still true.

Any other travelling wave was experimentally observer to "need" a medium to be transmited from point A to B. Example: mechanical waves. So the fact that electromagnetic waves are an exception, should be suspicious, to say the least.

Then again, if someone makes a "cavity" where electromagnetic waves cannot travel through, even if "empty" (i.e.: that has no mass), then Tesla was right, and that cavity is an "etherless" cavity.

What are your thoughts?

Which papers to further read about this?

I'm a big fan of Tesla's work, but it seems that in this area in particular, he either went full retard, or he is simply right and we haven't figured it out yet.

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1185cf No.4849

Well, they do all travel in a field, that could be considered a medium.>>4642


e154ef No.4851

>>4642

If light traveled through an ether, the maxwell (wave) equations would have to be invariant under galilean transformations (they are not). This would imply that the speed of light is not constant and therefore relativity would have to be wrong.

Also see Michelson Morley experiment.

To keep the idea of ether around you would need to jump through a million hoops like ether drag without friction for example.

It is just not worth it.

Technically you could make physics building up from the philosophy that the earth is stationary and everything moves around it, but if you do this transformations/laws etc. get unnecesarily complicated.


749fe9 No.4876

File: 64a09bcc0e6675d⋯.jpg (798.24 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, D16 identical charges.jpg)

>>4851

Ignore the word ether.

Vacuums contain energy, call it heat, light or charge.

We cannot make a Photonic vacuum. The so called aether that E/M waves ride on is the base line D field, charge.

>This would imply that the speed of light is not constant and therefore relativity would have to be wrong.

Not wrong exactly, the math is about measuring things using light at great distances, the transforms of relativity are right. What is wrong is twisting those math transforms into real world theories like curved space-time and black holes…. Dark matter/energy (95% of the calculated mass of our galaxy) is literally photons, light, heat, charge (the D field.) It's real, it spins, it has mass.


000000 No.4878

>>4642

>"all waves travel through a medium"

That was never a logical claim. Just because a rule holds for x things, in no way implies it will hold for x+1 things. That's called induction and it has been analyzed to death by relevant branches of philosophy, and shown to not produce reliable results.

As a matter of fact, there were precious few kinds of waves known at that time, and there was no experiment or theory that required a medium for every wave (except those that by definition act on a medium). Ether is disproved by straightforward experiments, you can look those up.

What is weird to me is that the EM field behind a proton seems like it's basically created out of nothingness and soon after destroyed. But that EM field has some energy, right? It's like photons propagate by repeatedly punching holes through conservation of energy. The photon has no charge, so where is the electric field coming from? I know that all particles have similar associated waves, so where's those waves' energy coming from? I guess that's a bit like asking where's the mass of an object coming from - ultimately the mass goes all the way back to the Big Bang, when it was presumably just created from nothingness somehow. But I can rationalize the mass creation by just assuming the Big Bang was a unique time with different physical laws, yet the De Broglie waves are produced in our normal universe to this day.

>if someone makes a "cavity" where electromagnetic waves cannot travel through

That sounds like a Faraday cage, but that has to do with the material of the cage, not the "cavity". Besides, waves can travel inside that (between two objects which are both inside for instance), they just can't enter from the outside.

As for a true "cavity", that would imply taking empty space and then removing that space. Space is already empty and contains nothing. I suppose it's possible that we will discover space is actually covered with some exotic matter that doesn't interact with us most of the time, but I don't think there's anyPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


749fe9 No.4881

>>4878

>Space is already empty and contains nothing.

What about light? Is light nothing? Between us and every single star there must be light in your empty space




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a1bc7f No.4799[Reply]

How hard would it be to insert a gene into a pro-biotic bacteria? Could genetically modified pro-biotics be used to make people stronger, smarter, or live longer.

f7ed62 No.4808

Possibly and possibly.

If you want genetically modified probiotics its as big of a piece of cake as modifying e-coli which is one of the most commonly modified bacteria types. There was for instance a plan to insert genes from tobacco plants into oral flora to prevent cavities from forming by creating an even more hostile environment for the bacteria that causes cavities.(Big dental killed it)


8495bd No.4833

>>4808

Is their anything out there on what genes they used to make these bacteria? Big dental would have a hard time killing it if people could just culture them at home.


f81f30 No.4848

Read a cool article today about the idea of helpful(modified?) bacterias being introduced to the digestion system to help us digest cellulose in the future.

Would probably make us have less poo, and maybe we could just eat grass, and live on any plant we want like gorillas or herbivore animals.


cdc025 No.4861

>>4848

Link that shit


000000 No.4879

>How hard would it be to insert a gene into a pro-biotic bacteria?

In principle, trivially easy.

In practice:

>even basic modern equipment is unaffordable

>companies won't ship reagents to private persons

>labs are regulated so you would get fined/arrested for your diy lab

>without access to sequencing, confirming the insertion will be very hard

>likewise cloning will also be a pain

>gene synthesis, though trivial these days and readily available, will be out of the question for you without institutional affiliation

But it is also really easy to gain access to a lab, and in any biology lab this can be done in as little as a week. Hell I could do it myself, the cost is so trivial for a big lab. I couldn't legally send the strain to you though.

>Could genetically modified pro-biotics be used to make people stronger, smarter, or live longer.

In a trivial sense, sure. It would improve nutrition and health, make their bodies slightly less shit, especially if they also exercise. But it's not gonna push anyone past the normal limits of a typical human, I wouldn't think.

>>4833

Not at all, doing biology at home is already tightly regulated. Attempting to procure the materials will ping numerous government alphabet soups who will assume you are a bioterrorist. Note that DEA will come after you for something as trivial as a flask, for instance.

You could go full DIY but then god knows wtf will be growing in your culture. You'd have to have neutronium balls to put that shit in your body.




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ce4637 No.4824[Reply]

872477 No.4835


3e722b No.4868

>>4835

>I am the pure science man politics doesn't effect me




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7e993d No.4676[Reply]

i'm a teen and depressed.

lots of reasons, these days i dont want to leave my bed, leaving the house is a nightmare (social anxiety) and brain fog.

Is the chemical l-tyrosine safe for teens?

My hypothesis is that L-tyrosine is a dietary supplement, already produced in the body thus it should be safe.

This year is my last year and I want to perform well academically, what safe nootropic supplements would you recommend me?

Thank you.

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a53f7b No.4713

File: 1f193e202d7bf96⋯.jpg (80.81 KB, 600x600, 1:1, g7gxvw40qllz.jpg)

These are the supplements I take daily look up their effects and see if that's what you want

-ashwaghanda for motivation/energy

-4 omega3 fish oil pills a day for my torn rotator cuff (completely relieves it)

-bacopa monniera, huperzineA,cats claw extracr, l-tyrosin, alpha GPC, oat straw extract and atragalus root all help in boosting memory increasing acetylcholine productions and generally help oxygen rich blood through the blood brain barrier.

For days I need to buckle down and study I'll take adrifinil, noopept and coluracetam. But those are all stimulants and I don't take them daily

Oh and if you take caffeine pills take them with l-theanine.

Keep in mind you need to have a healthy mind and these pills won't magically give you that they'll just help you become more motivated to study or workout.

Internal confidence and motivation came to me in abundance after I started meditating and over any of these "drugs" I recommend daily mediation


42957c No.4717

please list your dietary habits


ab448f No.4736

try AlphaBrain..

its supposed to work good


775be7 No.4865

>>4676

I assume you are

>avoiding all chemical additives

>eating a diet rich in vegetables

>exercising effectively

>avoiding drugs prescription or not (even weed)

Here it is

Garlic- Natural MAOI (high in phytoestrogens however, its nerve impulse boosting properties have only made me stronger)

Fish Oil- Omega 3 EPA (Effective for cognition 5 minutes after use)

Taurine

Inositol

B12

B6

B5


30c78f No.4866

Try semax




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7b7a45 No.4863[Reply]

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/feb/03/barrier-reef-coral-genetically-altered-in-hope-of-surviving-climate-change

>The Australian government’s marine research agency is looking to genetically alter species of coral to help them cope with rising sea temperatures, as new modelling showed the coverage of living corals on the Great Barrier Reef could decline to less than 10% if warming continued.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/07/170720095111.htm

>Solutions to climate change, and particularly its effects on the ocean, are needed now more than ever. Coral bleaching caused by climate change is a huge threat to coral reefs. Recent extreme bleaching events have already killed corals worldwide and permanent destruction of reefs is projected within the century if immediate action is not taken. However, genetically engineering a group of microalgae found in corals may enhance their stress tolerance to ocean warming and save coral reefs.

What does /sci/ think about using GMOs to fight climate change?



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fe41fa No.2163[Reply]

My buddies mom is a typical new age pseudoscience type

>Claims to love science and mathematics yet misuses and conflates physical laws with magic

>Both she and her 16yo daughter are "certified reiki masters" and she claims her daughter is a"wise old soul" despite how she dropped out of highschool and is already on the pill

>Believes that specific words hold speacial powers (referring to the widely debunked ice crystal word experiment in which a japanese quack taped two seperate notes((one said "i love you" the other saying the opposite" with to two differant containers of water then froze them and said that effected the way in which the ice crystallized)

>She also says "everything is a wave" but when I try to confront her about it she just parrots "muh E=mc2!!!"

How do I debunk this bitch?

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e9c380 No.4809

>>2163

my mom believed this shit and i would straight up laugh in her face and call her a retard every time she brought it up. it's a total joke.

>tfw stem degree so my word is law on this subjects


0c7155 No.4811

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>>2163

., learn that existence is a Divine Infinite Unity , The Difinity , The Delta-Difinity , Θε Δελτα-Διφινιτυ , and The New Age is about reuniting the planet back to normal , this planet is a Space Colony , the Galaxy itself used to be populated , even The Hindu were part of the people that helped to guard the planets , please learn more before spreading angst from ignorance , and please remember that Climate Change is very important , there must be a 360 day calendar with 4 seasons in every region , computers are built from human minds , that can overheat , and not only that but the 4 seasons help to sustain ecosystems with clean fire , clean water , clean air , and clean earth , please avoid being rude , and remember that science is about reproducible results , humanity did not start existence , there is a starting being beyond human control , The Divine , and that Divine is Infinite , never ending , and unified , The Divine Infinite Unity , The Difinity , The Delta-Difinity , Θε Δελτα-Διφινιτυ , and " Greece " is the home nation for the planet , capital city Athens , again , learn to live virtuously peaceful , please and gratitude be to The Divine Infinite Unity , The Difinity , The Delta-Difinity , Θε Δελτα-Διφινιτυ ,.


2769af No.4813

File: bbaac5056c1dc7b⋯.jpg (755.17 KB, 1228x806, 614:403, 1510973296058.jpg)

>>3381

r/k selection is proven evolutionary biology, not magic or divine intervention. Conservatives born after the mid 90s are commonly Christian apologists, but usually atheist or agnostic. It's liberals that are known for the phrase,

>spiritual but not religious

Leftists will fight tooth and nail against God for damning homosexuality, and turn around and crucify Darwin for doing the same thing.

To your credit, political ideals are not genetic, I am half mexican and I believe only people who had the skill to pass the naturalization test and pledge loyalty to America like my father should be allowed in this country, not cartel members and scabs. On the other hand, my mother is long faced and her father was an ectomorph, as am I, and we're still conservative. It's the ideology of personal responsibility, temperance, and family that makes conservatives strong, not genetics or evolution.


ea5fbd No.4846

>>3381

>>3384

Don't leftist use epigentics as an excuse for blacks having lower IQs?

>Arguing with /leftypol/ about IQ

>They star spouting off about how epigentics is responsible for the IQ gap due to stress and lead poisoning


1ae29b No.4860

>>2163

Everything is a wave but on a human scale those wave like properties are irrelevant and it has nothing to do with spirituality.




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b1d7b2 No.4855[Reply]

What substance, under the atmospheric conditions that form snowflakes, would naturally form 8-pointed snowflakes, instead of 6-pointed ones like water?

I'm talking about putting such a substance into the sky and letting nature do its thing, NOT putting it in tiny industrial molds of 8-pointed snowflakes to force it into that shape.

5ab771 No.4856

wow




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29f0df No.2887[Reply]

When do you think mankind will discover a new energy source? We have Nuclear, And Electricity as top contenders but is there any thing else we can efficiently harness energy from?

>inb4 Solar

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29f0df No.2899

>>2897

Virtual particles can't be used as energy source as far as i know.


29f0df No.4153

>>2899

Nah man just think of this in a philosophy way.

We can't just block ourselves from out of this world technology. Our current technology is blocked by economic dogma, social construct and life expectancy. We know that we don't know 99.99% of the universe data pool.


29f0df No.4174

>>2894

>Is there even another energy source to discover?

Not until rock-oil-fella and rothschild are dead.


9aafe5 No.4579

>>4174

Gun can fix that.

>>2889

Summerfag go away.

>>2887

Solar would at least add to ojr enery pool a little bit. That stuff should be on to of buildings and stuff though, not in feilds and shit like the govt. wants.


acf1c2 No.4850

>>2887

We could take old scantrons and the tears of toddlers <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<




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cfac81 No.3342[Reply]

Using letters, symbols and numbers write the largest number you can in 100 characters or fewer.

No infinity/s and if you make up a symbol/operation/etc you must be able to define it with in the 200 characters.

I'll start with a relatively small number to get the ball rolling.

9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999

pic unrelated

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930fe4 No.4697

>>3342

>a thread died for this


ae9c19 No.4698

All the numbers in this thread added together and raised to the power of a quintillion 9s.

Less than 200 characters, beat that


a3e21b No.4704

DEF 'ree' as א.

STORE (current reply + 1)'s number in 'reddit'

UPDATE:

'ree' = (reddit)!

You can't win.


958bbc No.4712

>>3342

>>3342

¤ is defined to be the sum of the absolute values of all finite numbers that have been thought of by humans before this thread was created, rounded up to the nearest integer.

BB(BB(BB(BB(BB( BB(BB(BB(BB(BB(BB(BB(BB(BB(BB( BB(BB(BB(BB(¤!!!)))))))))))))))))))


e1f37b No.4847

You know that TREE is defined beyond 3, right?

let τ be TREE in τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(τ(99)))))))))))))))))))))))))))




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