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What's a good STEM field for someone who just likes playing video games, masturbating, and reading manga?

Your schedule next semester

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Carbon Monoxide

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I know someone who sat in a running car for too long and the exhaust was faulty. (The car was parked on the street, not in an enclosure) She got treated for CO poisoning and is out of the hospital. Her friend, however, passed away. How is it possible that one person came out pretty much okay and the other didn't make it? Her friend was male by the way.
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So I want to take adderall. Anything I should know? Also, how does a poor freshman go about getting some?
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Redpill me on this place, /sci/. What good programs does it offer? How are the connections?
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I know this doesn't sound very scientific but at the same time its a very curious topic to me. I feel it can be explained by Psychology. First of all I want to say I have a very wide range music, I love music from Barry Manilow and Selena Gomez to Metallica and Whitechapel. But I have a serious passion for dark music, i love metalcore, deathcore(specifically) and death metal. And even dark things in general from horror novels, scary movies and dark ass music. I even dabble in gore; which I I find myself not being pleasured by death but I come to appreciate the true dark side of reality which to me leads to the true appreciation of life and all that is good.So how is it that I have such a unique passion for dark things but I find myself to be such a big lover? I love everyone and truly care about human beings that i meet in my life. I read in a article that said some shit about the difference between a creative genius and a psychopath is that the genius can differentiate from fantasy and real life. What im asking is, do you guys think there is some sort of thin barrier between genius and insanity? How can a human be so dark but at the same time be such a lover? yes this sounds fedorable as fuck...
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6991030.stm >In September 2007, the BBC News reported that there was speculation about the possibility of using positronium annihilation to drive a very powerful gamma ray laser.[30] Dr. David Cassidy of the University of California, Riverside proposed that a single such laser could be used to ignite a nuclear fusion reaction, replacing the banks of hundreds of lasers currently employed in inertial confinement fusion experiments is this for real? i feel like there's something wrong with this statement?
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>You will never murder your senior design partners
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Haven't seen one of these threads in a while. Favorite: Physicist, Chemist, Biologist, Mathematician, Engineer, Logician, Linguist, and Psychologist/Neuroscientist.
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In one year I will have a B.A in math. I was initially passionate about doing pure math and academia, but I'm starting to lose interest. Besides getting good at C++, Finance (Options, Trading, etc.), and learning about Stochastic Calculus what is the fastest way to become a quant?
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Scientifically speaking, what should we eat?
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Hey /sci/, can fish drown?
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Best primality test algorithms? I need to be able to determine the primality of numbers with up to 20 digits quickly (programming in C). Deterministic algorithms are preferable but probabilistic are fine if there is a notable difference in performance.
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Ladies and gentlemen of the noble piece prize committee, I present this for your consideration. The x axis represents every radix from 2 to {36}_{10}. The y axis represents every number from 1 to {99}_{10}. It's simply a chart of each number written in each base. Every identical symbol is then connected with a line. The result is clearly the most beautiful discovery in the history of mathematics. Also, I got lazy by the time I got to the 3-digit numbers, and the lines were too close together to draw. How much money will I be receiving along with the prize?
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I'm doing data analysis on fatties. Can you help me phrase this better? With 95% confidence and limited range of overlap (about ~+-5 for each strata) we can say that overweight women of who don’t enjoy the sun have the lowest mean vitamin D concentration, followed by overweight women who prefer the sun, followed by normal BMI women who don’t prefer the sun, followed by normal BMI women who do prefer the sun.
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http://www.wired.com/2013/12/secret-language-of-plants/ You now realize plants and trees are living beings with a high level of cognition.
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Ceres

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One week until Rotation Characterization 3 begins. Until then, here's a gif of OpNav6, showing Ceres' North Pole, from 50 degrees on up. The bright spots, which are at 20 degrees latitude, are not visible.
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You should be able to solve this.
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