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Scientific progress being harmed by poor affirmative action policies.

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While it is illegal to gather data distinguish between race in my European countries. Institutions like the NCES in the US is really good at gathering relevant data, unfortunately I could find race and sex data on specific fields such as STEM, but here is the overall data: http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d13/tables/dt13_302.20.asp >Percentage of recent high school completers enrolled in 2- and 4-year colleges, by race/ethnicity: 1960 through 2012 >2012 >Total 66.2 % >White 65.7 % >Black 56.4 % >Hispanic 70.3 % >Asian 81.5 % >Completion rates http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d13/tables/dt13_326.10.asp > Graduation rates of first-time, full-time bachelor's degree-seeking students at 4-year postsecondary institutions, by race/ethnicity, time to completion, sex, and control of institution: Selected cohort entry years, 1996 through 2006 >Graduating within 6 years after start, males and females* >Total 58.7 % >White 62.1 % >Black 39.9 % >Hispanic 51.0 % >Asian (incl. Pacific Islanders) 69.2 % Clearly admission committees are accepting more undeserving black and hispanic students (which isn't a secret, as that is what Affirmative Action is supposed to be doing) given the low completion rates compared to whites. >White 66.2 - 62.1 = 4.1 % >Black 56.4 - 39.9 = 16.5% >Hispanic 70.3 - 51.0 = 19.3% >Asian 81.5 - 69.2 = 12.3 % Now people drop out for a variety of reasons from being retarded to lazy to not having financial stability. My question is, why is AA allowed to continue when these sub-par students receive no additional support (financial and otherwise) or are for example forced into provisional programmes that guarantees better supervision to ensure they study? They are in effect just wasting spots retarding scientific progress. Obviously we won't be allowed to discuss this in public, I just thought it deserved to brought into the light at least here. *FOOTNOTE: 4 year percentage much lower for all categories

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Why do we have consciousness? What is it?
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>Anon what do you do? >Oh, I'm a nuclear engineer >We work on rather esoteric stuff that the public doesnt really appreciate, but in the long run benefits alot of people and science itself >wow your just like me, I'm a comic drawer!
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Are you actually smart?
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EMDrive tested in hard vacuum. http://arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/6.2015-4083 Where is your god now?

lucid dreaming general

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hey /sci/ lets have a thread about lucid dreaming! talk about : benefits methods personal experiences tips the science behind it famous people who have used it as a tool so on... go!

Study General

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Tell me /sci/, how do you study? What do you do to stay focused? What keeps you motivated?
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Maybe this is a question for /g/ but I like this board better - can someone give me some examples of how Apple integrates their hardware and software? I took an intro computer architecture course last semester, and we learned a bit about things like cache conscious programming, emphasizing writing programs that maximize the number of cache hits you get. I can imagine that they can design caches around the software they want to make or vice versa that ensures the software they make utilizes the cache as much as possible. But I'm sure there are hundreds of other things they do as well - can someone fill me in or link me to a solid source?
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Let's see if you /sci/ldren know your math. If you can't solve this you should not be on this board. >Which one of the swords has the higher DPM (Damage Per Minute)?
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What does /sci/ think of GMOs?
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What science fiction plausibly depicts life the furthest into the future?
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ITT: Post guaranteed replies. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Hall_problem
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Remember everyone, the Saturn rockets with primitive 60's technology never blew up.
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>General Chemistry >Averaging 90% on exams >Decide to step it up and study 2x more to get that 100% >Breeze through exam and have trouble on only about two problems >Check exam score online: 40% >No chance of getting an A anymore I honestly considered wrapping my car around a pole on the ride home. Lol how the fuck does this even happen? I'm going to talk to my professor and pray for a mixup but my shit got fucked up today.
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Is there any science behind the 'nofap" theory, or is it all just placebo bullshit?

Textbooks Thread

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These threads usually go well Rec textbooks / ask for recs Specifically I'm a math student who wants to know physics, but doesn't want to go through freshman textbooks. What's the best 'physics for mathematicians' books? Pic is highly recommended by the way
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Did you read his new paper yet? http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.01232
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What purpose does music serve us as a species?
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Ask a guy who just failed College Algebra (online) in the Summer semester anything?






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