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Is there any /sci/ence behind eating your own scabs, boogers, or loose/dead skin? And possibly any long term health effects of doing so? Since as long as i can remember i have done everything mentioned above. I'll feel around the inside of my mouth with my tongue and then chew and swallow any loose pieces of skin. I like to bite off any dead skin around my fingers and chew on it for awhile. If i have a scab that's loose i'll pick it and eat it. I also dig around and eat my boogers. Sucks when you get a hair but i find the juicier the better... As gross as it is, i have always been curious about it.

Why are straight men sexually attracted to cocks but not to vaginas? What's the evolutionary explanation of this, /sci/?

Anyone has pdf of this book: For the Love of Physics: From the End of the Rainbow to the Edge Of Time.... by Walter Lewin? Should be a great read in a freetime.

It's pretty easy to get rid of cancer. Just kill everyone who has cancer.

Any one have a pdf of : Quantum Mechanics Vol. 1 by Claude Cohen Tannoudji can't find it on google.

Guys, what is the quantum number n for the deuteron/deuterium and how do you work out the values of the secondary number l from that?

/sci/, what is the nature of design?

Studying for finals sci can any of you help me out with this, how do I relate force time and kinetic energy, I'm just stuck here pic related

>Twizzlers in charge of fact-checking, science, and/or basic math

Could it be possible that, rather than being a genetic "mistake", homosexuality and asexuality are necessary biological adaptions to overpopulation? Certainly a species' goal is to populate itself, but there is also a point where it has reached a certain limit. In humans, I think it is quite possible that limit has been reached.

Where can I buy elementary particles? I want to try creating the universe. (No up quarks, please. I have enough of those.)

hey /sci/, is an economics degree worth it? will I be jobless? >too stupid for STEM

How can I calculate the derivative of f(x) = e^3x, USING THE DEFINITION OF DERIVATIVE. I know hot to calculate it using the chain rule, but I need to solve this by using the definition of derivative ( lim h->0 f(x+h) - f(x)/ h )

Has anybody read any good books about time management and overall study habits? If so, what do you recommend?

I was bored at work the other day kicking around this one in my head. Suppose there's a circle with radius r in the first quadrant. Consider the two lines tangent to the circle which pass through the origin. What's the most effective and elegant way of determining the coordinates of the points belonging to each line that are tangent to the circle? Is calculus required?

where can i buy adderall online?

Hi, I'm trying to do my trigonometry homework, (working on exact values). I'm stuck on this; -Point P(1, E6) is on the terminal arm of an unknown angle, ?. Determine the exact values (in fraction form) for cos ?, sin ?, and tan ?. What does 'E6' mean? I've tried google, and I just get Euler's constant, sigma, and it used as E-notation. Is it any of these? I'm really stuck here.

A is 60 miles from B. An automobile at A starts for B at the rate of 20 miles an hour at the same time that an automobile at B starts for A at the rate of 25 miles an hour. How long will it be before the automobiles meet? I'm retarded. Please help me.

Quick and dirty question, /sci/ d(x*dx)/dx = ?

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