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Why do we never talk about Ravens? They are the proof that our line of evolution is not the only sentient one. Ravens are even arguably the only species AS developed as humans
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So how malleable is IQ? I've taken 5 (+1 childhood one) IQ tests in my life, out of curiosity to see how they change, and I've had some pretty big jumps over my life, up and down. This leads me to question just how malleable IQ is. Up until a few years ago, the answer was "not at all", but currently much of the literature seems to be conflicting. Even the meta analyses contradict eachother often. What is the current state of our knowledge about the plasticity of IQ in 2016?
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>The exam is non calculator >I bring a slide rule >No one notices How here /devious/?
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I have 2 months to decide what to study. 1. mechanical engineering 2. electrical engineering or 3. chemical engineering ? Any advice, i really dont know what to choose.
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I have the highest IQ on /sci/, thus, I am your intellectual superior. Bow before me Brainlets.

Stupid Questions Thread

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The old one is over the bump limit Mine: What's the easiest way to learn the LaTeX markup subset used on /sci/?

All you do is talk but are you at least calculus lvl ?

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Hey guises? Wanna do some math? Got some basic Calculus question for you.=^) Try them if you got them skillz Protip: Hospital rule. GLHF =^)
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Brainlet general thread You Kay only post in this ITT thread if you're IQ is lower than 140


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I have a question, /sci/, I have read quite a lot about LiFi, however I still struggle to understand how one transmission tower be able to receive and transmit to many buildings. Would you not need to install many transmitters and receivers on one tower which would be quite costly and sink the idea of accessibility? Also would it not be hard to transmit information from buildings to the tower as with the buildings already built there would be quite a lot of obstructions without changing the architecture and the position of the buildings which would also be costly? Does that mean towers would have to be more often as it would be almost impossible to transmit light to a receiver on a satellite with the clouds and the pollution which leaves towers to be the only option?

Westermarck effect

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Is Westermarck effect a meme, /sci/? Is there some genuine reason for me not to be attracted to my sister, or is it all cultural brainwashing?
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What does /sci/ think of the STEAM movement? >Science >Technology >Engineering >Arts >Mathematics
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Do you think the reason we prefer female companionship over male companionship is that females offer a unique perspective on things most of the time and don't just say what we're probably already thinking?


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ITT: we post Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread How do you tell the difference between dense regular connective tissue and elastic CT? It's easy when the stain makes the elastic fibers pop, but some slides are giving me conniptions.
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>he thinks number theory is very interesting and wants to dedicate his life to it

Original Sin and Human Origins

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On another board I was discussing the possibility of Original Sin with a Catholic tripfag. I promise this is /sci/-related so hear me out. For some context, the RCC affirms that Original Sin entered the world through a transgression made by two humans at some point in early history (Adam and Eve), which was then passed on to their descendants to cover the whole of humanity. It is helpful to think of original sin as a super dominant but invisible 'gene' present in anyone who can trace their lineage back to Adam or Eve. Now the traditional interpretation of how this played out is strict monogenism, i.e. Adam and Eve were the first ever humans. There is no evidence for this and isn't worth entertaining. The new, competing interpretation is that Adam and Eve were the first humans to be given a 'rational' soul (and original sin along with it), and that they were NOT the only anatomically modern humans around at the time. The new interpretation states that Adam and Eve acquired original sin, then through their descendants spread it to the rest of the 'pool' of early humans over the course of following generations. One such descendant could have been one of humanity's Universal Common Ancestors, or the MRCA before humanity branched out and spread all over the world. If I'm not mistaken, in order to cover the entire human race this MRCA would need to have existed about 65,000 years ago; any earlier would imply that, to this day, there are isolated pockets of people on earth who don't have rational souls. Now this is not a parsimonious explanation nor is it intended to 'prove' Adam and Eve but it is a decent attempt at clearing away the contradiction between Catholic doctrine and human evolutionary origins. I'd be interested to hear what /sci/ thinks.
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>2016 >esophagus and airway aren't fully separated yet >it is still possible for humans to choke on food Why did evolution fuck up so badly?

Uni thread

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>where you go >what you study >what year you are >what your school is like academically and socially >what you want to do with your future >general happiness with life pic unrelated


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>CS majors: "muh jobs" >reality: "highest rate of unemployment" https://www.studyinternational.com/news/uk-computer-science-has-the-highest-rate-of-unemployed-graduates neckbeards on suicide watch
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It is the year 201600. You are a digital life form who lives in a world where your kind has, for several intents and purposes, transcended the laws of the universe. -You are in possession of an infinitely divisible currency. -You are gambling in a Casino that accepts any division of currency and will allow you to make wagers as risky as you like. .01% chance for 10000x payout, .0025% chance for 40000x payout, it's up to you. -You have an infinite amount of time. You begin by wagering half of your currency at an already arbitrarily high risk. You fail your first bet and try again, half the money and four times the risk. After a few more failures you're betting absolutely minuscule amounts of currency at an absurd risk per wager. Assuming you are willing to continue this forever, will you absolutely win a wager eventually, despite the sum of the total odds never reaching even half of your original absurdly high risk wager?
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Why russia owns the competitive programming and hacking scene? (Also the east european nations) [pic related]

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