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Can someone debunk Santos Bonacci? He is incredibly well read and self educated. He seemingly debunks conventual science with ease. I would love to see Degrassi or Bill Nye debate this guy.

Mathu-desu~!

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[eqn]\int_{2}^{3} 2x^2dx = \frac{2(3)^3}{3} - \frac{2(2)^3}{3} = \frac{54}{3} - \frac{16}{3} = \frac{38}{3} \sim 12.667...[/eqn]
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Any chemistry majors here?

SCI AUTISM BINGO

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What is your autism score /sci/ ?
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There’s this girl I’ve had feelings for since high school, and now we’re in college together. We’ll call her Denko. Once we hit second year, we went out drinking, and I worked up the courage to exchange numbers. We started out talking often, but she hasn’t answered me in three days now. I’m getting depressed just thinking that Denko might be sick, or that something happened to her… (´???`) Please, somebody give me some advice.
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Hey /sci/, I have a questions: Is there more doors than people in the world?
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In case you don't think that the Fermi paradox is BS.
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Why do Comp""""""""Sci"""""""""" fags act like their field of study is a science when its basically just psychology for computers? I honestly feel bad for the people wasting their lives with this shit when even a humanity would be a better use of time and at least make them seem less autistc. Any CS majors here who can defend their pathetic degree?
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Dear people of /sci/, Can anyone who has taken and passed actuary exam MFE help me on this fucking problem? Let's assume that someone is selling a bull-spread and the delta of that is -29.24. In order to delta-hedge the portfolio, I thought you needed to buy the negative of the portfolio delta amount of stocks. To delta-hedge, you need 29.24 shares of the stock, but the textbook says that there are -29.24 shares of stock in the portfolio though. Why? I'm literally at the point of punching the fucking wall because it seems every problem contradicts the concepts learned in a previous problem. I've never been this frustrated before. Can someone please fucking help? I know it's embarrassing, but I find these problems harder than the questions on Stochastic Calculus and Brownian Motions. I'm literally crying that I can't figure this out. What am I doing wrong?
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Is he the savior of Mathematics?
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When the fuck has anyone with actual knowledge of science straight out said "Yep! Oil and fossil fuel is the way to go!" It works, but it's horrible on the environment and residual costs overwhelm the already heavily subsidized governmental assistance. It's time to demand clean, sustainable power from hydro, wind turbines, and solar. Also nuclear is great, no arguments against nuclear power provided safety standards are met.

Psych

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I just had my first psychiatry lecture this morning. That whole fucking field is bullshit. Nothing is well defined, all patients are robots and doctors are giving out meds like they are fucking tic-tacs. Why does this shit even exist?
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Which brain hemisphere controls the left side of your face?
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Okay, /sci/ here's a question: How fast do you have to be to actually run on water?
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I have a list of numbers closely represented by a polynomial equation. I need to make an equation that I can feed my data into that will negate the polynomial curve and convert it into a linear set of numbers. I'm assuming this a fairly basic thing to do, but I'm in an unrelated field and don't normally deal with anything like this. If anyone could give me a starting point I'd appreciate it.

Linguistics

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What are /sci/'s thoughts on linguistics? Chomskybois please restrain yourselves
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Hi /sci/. For as long as I can remember I've been bad at math. I struggled immensely with the subject even from an elementary level. Some combination of disinterest, non-aptitude and a bad teacher made me really bad at it. I struggled with things like division. I found (and still find) myself overthinking things, often making critical errors in word problems, and so on, and so forth. Now that I'm grown up, I've found myself really drawn towards math. I still find it kinda hard, though, and often doubt myself, which in turn makes me unwilling to put in the effort. I'd like to get over this math handicap. I'm now looking for a book aimed at adults, which intuitively explains basic math concepts, and then moves on to high school-type things. I mean basic like addition and division. tl;dr guy who was always bad at math wants intuitive textbook to get better at math If you're just gonna post that I'm "retarded", "a fag", that my IQ is low, or any variation on this theme, spare the effort. I know I'm bad at math already.
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Is there a smart way to find the factors of 4^x -1 ?

Luxembourg keen to be asteroid miners' haven

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Luxembourg is known for being a country with one of Europe's most business-friendly tax regimes, which has attracted a multitude of multinationals selling Earthly products from soft drinks to self-assembly furniture. But recently, the Grand Duchy has embarked on a voyage to become a hub for companies in a more celestial business: mining asteroids. Its mission: to become the first European country that gives private firms legal certainty they will own resources they extract in space. >“In the near future, we seek to create an attractive framework to give assurances to investors interested in building a business by exploiting natural resources available in space,” deputy prime minister Etienne Schneider said in a speech on 3 February, announcing the scheme. >“The current international legislation was adopted in the 60's, when space mining was mere science fiction. Today, these rules prohibit an appropriation of space and celestial bodies, but they do not exclude the appropriation of materials which can be found there,” added Schneider, who is also minister of the economy. He referred to the Outer Space Treaty, signed in 1967, which second article said that outer space, >“including the Moon and other celestial bodies, is not subject to national appropriation by claim of sovereignty, by means of use or occupation, or by any other means.” It means that claiming territory is forbidden, but extracting resources is not. However, it is also not explicitly allowed. While mining was considered science fiction in the sixties of the previous century, there are now several companies that are planning to extract valuable resources from asteroids. >“One 300-metre asteroid with platinum group metals on it, has more platinum on it than has been mined in the history of humankind. That is just one asteroid”, said Peter Marquez, vice-president for global engagement at Planetary Resources, a US company that plans to mine asteroids. https://euobserver.com/science/132427
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post what you would consider the bible of /sci/






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