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Why is agricultural biotechnology so awesome, /sci/? >get to fuck around in gardens >make hippies mad by producing GMOs >ever expanding field with tons of opportunities in both academia and industry >STEM as fuck >muh food >muh farmers
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I am looking for a good program for DNA analysis. GeneDesigner is too clumsy feeling. I want something more effective. Specifically, i want to write my own coding sequences. With the goal of creating my own synthetic organism/living system. Recommendations?

STEP examination

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Da fuck? are high school people expected to do this shit as an entrance exam in the UK? https://3110b3b48cdc993f8fb622042e2ffa4f00a024fe.googledrive.com/host/0B1ZiqBksUHNYMTZlRm1iQnJPTWs/Papers/2013%20STEP%203.pdf
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POPULAR TOPICS

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ITT: Let's collect threads which are posted every fucking day on /sci/ EVER AND EVER AGAIN I begin: >I'm dumb as fuck but I want to study math/physics/engineering. What to do to become smart?

Humans will be extinct in 100 years says eminent scientist

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>Humans will be extinct in 100 years says eminent scientist >Fenner said that climate change is only at its beginning, but is likely to be the cause of our extinction. “We’ll undergo the same fate as the people on Easter Island,” he said. More people means fewer resources, and Fenner predicts “there will be a lot more wars over food.” >Easter Island is famous for its massive stone statues. Polynesian people settled there, in what was then a pristine tropical island, around the middle of the first millennium AD. The population grew slowly at first and then exploded. As the population grew the forests were wiped out and all the tree animals became extinct, both with devastating consequences. After about 1600 the civilization began to collapse, and had virtually disappeared by the mid-19th century. Evolutionary biologist Jared Diamond said the parallels between what happened on Easter Island and what is occurring today on the planet as a whole are “chillingly obvious.” http://phys.org/news/2010-06-humans-extinct-years-eminent-scientist.html What does /sci/ think? How fucked is humanity?

Old Books

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Hey /sci/ Post the oldest science / math book that you own. I'm a collector of old books with an emphasis on old science and math books, if you want you can post whatever old book you want but I'd prefer to see some old science and math books. This isn't my oldest one but it's my favorite.

Theoretical Physics

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I was taught that electrons orbit atomic nuclei. Recently I found out that this notion has fallen out of favor in many scientific communities. I would like to propose a description of subatomic particle interaction based on the Bohr-Rutherford Model which I believe explains many other phenomena. The tenets of this theory are as follows: 1. Mass attracts mass. (Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation) 2. Atomic nuclei are significantly more massive than electrons. (Geiger-Marsden Experiment) 3. Subatomic particles often inhabit space which is free to be traversed. (Geiger-Marsden Experiment) 4. If an electron collides with an atomic nuclei it will bounce off. (Franck-Hertz Experiment) I would like to posit that: 1. electrons and atomic nuclei move in accordance with Brownian Motion. 2. electrons are attracted to and bounce off of other electrons in the same way that they are attracted to and bounce off of atomic nuclei. 3. electric charge is an abstraction of subatomic motion. Diagrams @ DillingerFoundation.org/electron_bounce.html
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How about nano machines that repair our telomeres and allow us to live forever? Why hasn't this been researched? What are the societal implications of agelessness? How would and would it be made available?

So, I think I figured out why the Globe is Warming

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Global warming started at the same time(about 1890) radio and Radar were invented. We emit microwaves into the atmosphere all day every day. They're known to heat up liquids and gases. With all the moisture and gas in the atmosphere, why wouldn't that cause global warming. The warming really started to pick up when atomic bombs were starting to be tested and everybody knows that radiation hit with microwaves causes heat. How did they ever trick you into thinking it was carbon dioxide?

The Goldbach Conjecture

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Solved!
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So I haven't googled this or anything but I had an idea. A planet's atmosphere is created via it's gravity right? So like if we just make a gravity generator we could set up an atmosphere on an object in space right? It would make staying in space a good deal easier no? Space debris is potentially a problem still, but there's still the atmosphere to survive in right? I'd imagine it would also need something to shield you from radiation as well right? I'm only a little drunk btw.

Vertical Farming

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Are vertical farms the future /sci/? They're already being used in Singapore and Korea, where will it go next?

/sci/ confessions

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>I'm majoring in history but browse /sci/ because I enjoy looking at complex math problems that I have no fucking concept of

How do you to prepare for an important test?

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How do you to prepare for an important test? I'm going to do my uni entry test. And I wanna read if you guys have tips or tricks for exams.
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Lets have a STEM cringe thread. I'll start https://youtu.be/B8kynOlBSG0
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I'm an undergrad Materials Science and Engineering major at Georgia Tech with a 3.71 GPA, multiple semesters of experience working in a research lab, and am currently doing a private industry internship. I'm currently in senior standing and should graduate December 2016 (one semester 'early') What kind of opportunities can I likely expect after undergrad? What kind of grad schools would I have a very good shot at getting into if I go that route? What kind of companies? Starting salaries? I'm leaning towards doing a PhD after seeing what office engineering is like this summer, but I have noooo idea what kind of options I'll likely have.
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why are there so many stupid people even reddit's askscience is full of dumb and intuitive questions. i appreciate the curiosity and the courage to ask, but some questions really give me a facepalm when they get 4k upvotes and the question was like "What would happen to me, and everything around me, if a black hole the size of a coin instantly appeared?" and then there's people on the streets that don't even think, let alone ask. Why are people so dumb /sci?

Only complete fucking cucks are stupid enough to be tricked into studying pure Physics.

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>Reference >All figures were taken verbatim from this AIP publication: >http://www.aip.org/sites/default/files/statistics/employment/careersfactsheet-p-10.pdf Why don't you retards do your own research before committing to such a stupid degree choice? >Employment In the last ten years employment has dropped 10% down to 35%. >ONE YEAR AFTER GRADUATION ONLY 35% OF PHYSICS GRADUATES WERE EMPLOYED Those doing graduate studies, only 35% continue to study physics while 25% study other fields and 5% are completely unemployed. >Employment sectors From pic related only 10% (only 3.5% of all graduates) find work in national labs, 11% teach high-school. 53% work in the private sector. >MORE PHYSICS GRADUATES TEACH HIGH-SCHOOL THAN THOSE WHO FIND WORK AT LABS >Fields of employment 26% non-STEM and 21% work in IT >47% OF EMPLOYED PHYSICS GRADUATES DO NOT WORK IN SCIENCE OR ENGINEERING 32% of those employed (only 11.2% of graduates) claim to work in engineering. As you can see from the next excerpt (next post), however, most of these job tiles are actually technicians or service line work. Obviously none can legally be employed as professional engineers and not a single graduate reported being employed as an engineering manager or professional engineer which is common for engineering graduates at 5-6 years experience as in this excerpt. As shown from the excerpt >MOST PHYSICS GRADUATES WORK DEAD END JOBS WHICH TECHNICIANS AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST COULD DO WITH A TRADE DIPLOMA In industry this inevitably means your supervisor/manager will be a professional engineer (YES, YOU WILL BE WORKING UNDER A REAL ENGINEER) Furthermore we can see that from the few who got into R&D MOST PHYSICS RESEARCH JOBS ARE LAB ASSISTANTS AND TECHNICIANS Don't be stupid, work harder to get an engineering bachelors and reap the benefits, you can always do a physics PhD on top of getting a money shitting Pr.Eng. don't be 22 and have no respect or money LIKE REAL PEOPLE that age.
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i heard working at space x sucks. Is this true and is this the case for all aerospace companies?






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