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>Voyager I is still 300 years away from the Oort Cloud >will take ~30,000 years to get through it Why do we even try as a species?
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>tfw you probably could've been the next Einstein if you weren't so lazy
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>the observable universe is 92 billion light years in diameter >within this there are (at least) 100 billion galaxies >the entire universe potentially stretches out into infinity, with an infinite number of galaxies containing an infinite number of planets >and yet, within this unimaginably enormous stretch of space, we are permanently bound to a couple rocks orbiting a tiny, unnoticeable and irrelevant star in a sparsely populated part of our tiny galaxy >even if we go to other stars some day, it will only be decades after everyone currently living on planet Earth has died >over 7,000,000,000 people will have died and been forgotten before we reach interstellar travel What the fuck is the point of learning anything about the universe? Sometimes I wish it was never created, an eternity of nothingness would have been better than 70 years of pointlessness followed by nothingness. Fuck.
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Is zero a natural number?
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Expectatives for 2025. We will find a cure for cancer? Or we will discover inteligent species un space? Post your predictions.
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Why haven't we discovered any traces of intelligent life yet? The universe is billions of years old has trillions of stars with quadrillions of planets. Finding life in the universe should be like finding life in the ocean. You shouldn't even need to look for it, it should be right there. The universe should be filled with intelligent radio signals or advanced civilizations manipulating stars or large artificial structures like Dyson Spheres or have ANY sign that there is something intelligent out there. But there isn't a single thing. Why?
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>50-100 years in the future >we interstellar flight now >visit the planet best candidate for life >land and greeted by ayy lmao >intelligent and civilized >they have their own wars but peaceful >soon allowed to see their internet >their artists are drawing rule 34 of us Trying to describe the opposite thing, what would happen if aliens visited us. Porn would be drawn and made but would the government try to hide it from the visitors, among a lot of other stuff?
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>tfw struggling through basic ochem JUST

Human subspecies and academic silence general

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Why won't the scientific community admit that there are clearly different human subspecies with different qualities? I would go as far as separate negros, mongoloids and caucasoids into even smaller subspecies. East-Africans are so different to west-Africans, as are iberians and baltics, and mongols and japanese for example. Even the discoverer of DNA said there are real differences. Medicine admits it readily. Instead of Homo sapiens sapiens, there should be multiple Homo sapiens xxxxxxx subspecies. Are there any other fields of study where silence surrounding obvious is deafeningly loud?
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So I was talking to a practicing medfag recently about her daily work and I came away with the conclusion that software could easily do most of their work. That does not mean they should be scared losing their work in the near future, because of strict regulations to tackle about responsibility and some people require human interaction, but I feel we are approaching peak MD fast. It might be a bit counterintuitive, because doctors need lots of high level education and training, and they like to think it is a prestigious job, but her points were the following 1. People can identify common diseases and most can be treated with otc drugs 2. Where symptoms are ambiguous, you need to run some specific tests and evaluate their results 3.a you can either prescribe some drugs to the patient based on some preferences, like medical history etc 3.b send to a specialist for further And these cover 90% of the use cases. It does not even need a complicated AI but a simple look up table.
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>major in math and minor in computer science will this truly keep me above the wave of saturation in the academia and industry?
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Ok, question ahead that may appear pretty dumb to you, but still listen: I'm living in austria fyi and lately came to doubt that people we consider ignorant and stupid really exist. I mean, I never personally met one, the people around me are just fine and always were, even the people in elementary school were pretty average. Yes, I may have seen them on the TV, social media, all that stuff. But I have never ever met one face to face, no one that was like "Uh, I have no idea what you're talking about." Everyone was pretty fine and could talk and argue on a basic, average level. Maybe it's because I'm generally not using words with more than 4 syllables when I'm talking to strangers, but even when I'm talking about slightly complicated things, they still seem to get it. So, even though it is over the internet again, I would like to hear some experiences. Have you ever really talked face to face with a clearly dumb person that couldn't even really understand conversations that go a little bit into meaning? I'm really not talking about some chats on the internet, or some phone supported that didn't get your complaint or whatever. Just plain human conversation. And if so, how was he/she acting stupid? How was it coming to light? >inb4 maybe you're just the stupid one I have thought about that, but since my IQ is 128 I ditched that idea >inb4 maybe you should just go out more That may be a pretty good advice actually, but I still don't think I should have to search for them, if the IQ curve puts roughly 50% on and under the 100 point mark
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Do any natural processes solve NP-complete problems?
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>The powers at be no longer have to ban and burn books to prevent the spread of knowledge >They just jack up the prices 2500%+ >And no one is none the wiser Why is this allowed

Chess general

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Where do you play? How do you improve? Where do you analyse your games? Any Software/Website that you use? How much do you play/week? Any achievements? What's your rating? Who do you follow? Come on bros, let's get some chess discussion going

Gear thread

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ITT: Preferred calculators, notebooks, pens/pencils, or other academic equipment. >Just picked up this bad-boy Can someone recommend a nice pen? Been using the Pilot G-2's for a long time, ready for a change/upgrade.

The Greatest Living Minds

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Lab accidents

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Whelp /sci/, I finally riffed up. I blew up a Pyrex desiccator. Managed not to hurt myself or anyone else, but it's a mess, pic related. Tell me about your favorite lab accidents.
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Is there a recommended book or something that I could read that would give me a better understanding of the philosophy/notation behind the integral & derivative? I can do the math but I have trouble applying the concepts to situations in physics, and I believe that's because I don't understand the notation/concepts to a deep enough level.

New Space Race - Market Capitalism and Competition

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Have we just entered the glorious age of private space competition? I am talking about SpaceX and BlueOrigin. Both of them are creating re-usable rockets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pillaOxGCo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANv5UfZsvZQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74tyedGkoUc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmJgW-yMAIg We are living in interesting times. The forces of market competition and what is achieves is incredibly. It seems to me once again capitalism saves the day. I hope that within 60 years we will mine the shit out of space.

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