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Kinda curious, how many people here can solve a rubiks cube? I know IQ is not an infallible measure of intelligence but I do believe it can somewhat accurately measure your puzzle solving skills. How high of an IQ do you think is required to solve a rubiks cube? Stories?
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Can somebody please explain Mathematical Induction and what the fuck I have to do to use this as a proof?
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Is this legit /sci/? "RealNZT provides the most powerful nootropic (brain performance nutrients) available. Because of that, you'll experience more clarity, presence and energy than you may have ever known. That should not be an issue for most physiologies. But as a precaution, and so we can customize your blend - Please contact us immediately following your order if you are: 1) On an MAO inhibitor - and which brand 2) On antidepressants - and which brand 3) Sensitive to stimulants (caffeine, etc...) Though we have never had a serious adverse reaction, we're most interested in this becoming the best experience of your life. Please give us feedback on your experience at the WebNutrients website, or through the Contact form here on Amazon.com NOTE: RealNZT does not have any residual issues like NZT-48 did in Limitless. That was a fictional "clear pill". Ours was developed to permanently improve brain and body, even if you quit taking the product. We take the product daily, and have been since 2008. There is also more than 30 years of research behind the nootropics and herbs that make up our blends. If you have any questions, please contact us using Amazon's contact form. We'll get back with you immediately. NOTE: If you are under a doctor's care for depression, high blood pressure or psychological or physical issues, please indicate so in the form you complete prior to us blending your RealNZT mix. Thank you." www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0090SA1QG/ref=cm_cr_mts_prod_img
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August 30, 2011 "Scientists at CERN working with the LHC have stated in a press release statement with a 95% certainty that the Higgs Boson does not exist" "On July 4th 2012, scientists at CERN working with the LHC stated in a press release statement with 99.999% certainty that they have found the Higgs Boson" Go home, particle physics. You're drunk.
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Can someone explain what happens to that damned square root please?
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Yo sci, I'm trying to relearn as much alg2 as prep for a winter course I'm going to take, and I'm stuck on simplifying rational exponents. For example, one problem goes like: ?8a^3b^12 I break it down and get 2ab?b^4 but my book is telling me the answer is 2ab^4, and I honestly don't understand why. Yes I know this is babby math and I can see how this is very simple but it just takes time for me to learn. Any help?
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String Theory Who is honestly on board with it? Why?
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Hello /sci/ I'm currently working on an assignment (not sure about what word to use) at my uni involving human spaceflight, and seeing how i live in Sweden i can not go to any of the actual launch sites for any manned mission ( i have however visited and gotten a very detailed tour of Swedens biggest space centre and launching site, Esrange) But, i've watched a lot of documentaries, and interviews about the ISS, Gemini, the buran and particularily the Apollo missions. And after reading for a few hours, cross checking facts from nasa's site and a few books nasa has published about the apollo missions i got some really good facts, but what i really would like would be to actually ask one of the astronauts from those missions a few more specific questions, so is there any way to contact any one of them by mail or something?

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Seriously though, I'm graduating with a double major in math and physics in a few months. What are my actual prospects? I know the next obvious step is a graduate school (hoping to get into one for math), but what should I focus on to ensure financial stability while I'm there? I'm not sure if I'm cut out for abstract research in academia (tried an REU and didn't like it too much), but I would like to use math for scientific purposes. Should I focus on differential equations, combinatorics, statistics, or what? When I ask people in my department they were rather vague on what employers want (they want problem solvers, NSA hires a lot of people, etc). Of course, I know that there's the option of actuarial/financial studies, but I'm not so fond of the idea of spending decades counting money for some giant corporation.
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I know according to wolfram that the answer is a =2 b = 3 but how do I solve it?
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Post quote that inspired your philosophical belief aswell as your stance towards God. I'll start. "Atheism is very stupid." - Carl Sagan (wikipedia) Agnostic Theist
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Hey /sci has anyone here used ritalin/adderall or anything similar to help study? how was it? anyone know how to get it in the uk?

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