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Hey /sci/, do any of you know where I can find the"MYRIAD Mathematical Library". It's a torrent with about 1500 math textbooks. Been looking everywhere for it, haven't found a good one.

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What kind of science is /sci/ doing? Share research projects you've worked on or are working on.
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The seventh grader I'm tutoring had this practice problem today: At the same time that a 60-foot tall building casts a shadow that is 21.5 feet long, a nearby tree casts a shadow that is 18 feet long. Which measure is closest to the height of the tree? The answer they gave implies the two shadows make similar triangles with equal angles. However, how does one assume that they are similar? I encountered this same problem when I took SV Calc and we worked on related rates. Anyone care to help?
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mathematicians of /sci/: what cool papers are you reading now? pic related.
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What happens to Moore's law once we hit atom sized transistors? Are we boned?
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How come math and science doesn't interest most people? What's it like for people who actually enjoy dumping hours of their free time into this and make it their hobbies, career, and life? I don't mean this sarcastically either, I'm genuinely curious what an academically driven mind looks like.
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Where would you guys recommend someone start if they're trying to self-teach themselves calculus starting from a basic level (Standard Algebra 2 / Trigonometry)? What books would you recommend, websites and ect? I know of Khan-academy but is there a more engaging method? Also; what would you consider more difficult: teaching oneself a language within the same family group of English (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch) or teaching themselves calculus? Thank you for your time.


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Alright /sci/, stupid topic I know, but my dog died recently and I've been pouring over stuff about bringing the dead back from life (Don't worry, I'm not getting my hopes up or anything) and I have one question: What is the current highly contested theory as to how memories are stored in the human brain? I know genetic memory is a farce, but the way I see it is the brain functions in a manner similar to a computer, and that data has to be SOMEWHERE inside us. I figure if we can perfectly clone someone's body and mind (personality and shit), and then "download" the memory data in to their brain, you could effectively bring someone back from the dead as a perfect clone.
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can math tell us truths about reality or possible universes or our universe without depending on empirical data/observation? can it derive truths that aren't redundant and true by definition? Or does pure math just belong to an arbitrary platonic realm of ideal forms and mental masturbation similar to philosophy?
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So on average, how many rolls does it take to get a 6?
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ITT: textbooks that we bought just to look (pseudo)intellectual with them on the bookshelf, while having no chance at all on understanding whatever is written inside.
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does /sci/ have a favorite galaxy/nebula/etc? pic related galaxy m83
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Tomorrow I will be at an observatory with a Meade LX200 12" Telescope from EST 21:00 to 25:00 near Lat 44, Long -70. Wat do? > Knows next to nothing about astronomy Oh yeah, taking pics. Will post what I get. Anything /sci/ wants to see?

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I'm smart too. I know big words, like Socialism and anti-semite. effZfo declined I don't know exactly know what these mean, but they sound fancy.
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Everything that exists, will ever exist and has ever existed came from absolutely nothing. Nothing, that is, being an extant idea itself which allows everything to exist simply by nothing being a medium containing the potential of all existence. Further, that the universe is purely an idea underpinned by logic and more specifically, mathematics. In fact, the concept of everything coming from nothing being mathematically simple to explain as 1-1=0, where you can arbitrarily derive any quantity, to infinity, simply negate it and get 0, i.e. nothing. You can thus further extrapolate this to include more complexity ( ((2+3)-1)+6-(5x2)=0 ) and even manipulate it to include several functions and so on where you create a well-defined mathematical simulation of our entire universe. This holds true not just for our universe, but all possible universes, and that all universes which are logically possible also actually exist as well. And finally, that all of these universes exist merely from the potential of their logical/mathematical possibility to exist.
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Psychedelics - incredibly beneficial substances that can be used as tools for expanding consciousness, solving problems, making novel art, and a lot more. Big names who have admitted that their Psy-drug-use played a big roll in their career: >Dr.Karry Mulis - Nobel Prize winner (chemistry) >Francis Crick - co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule >Richard Feynman - quantum electrodynamics >Steve Jobs >Bill Gates Before dismissing this and say this is all hippie bullshit, take a look at this video with an open mind:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3shL389L2EY Discuss
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You know what? I'm tired of physics, it's not fascinating, it's boring shit about calculating stuff all the time and replacing it in formulas, that's not interesting. Math on the other hand is way more fascinating, it a lot more than just calculate shit, it's way more beautiful and you have to actually think and not just follow steps and calculate all you can so you can see what you can do with those results. That's it, I'm switching to math.
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Just took 20mg of hydrocodone. Any advice for a nice relaxing night? I got some lorazepam and wondering if I should take some as well if anyone has had experience with that. Also been listening to Blackmill and I'm trying to find some similar artists if anyone has some suggestions.
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People have been fucking around with MDMA and antidepressants since forever. Ethics aside, do you see a future where pharmaceutical companies legally manufacture and distribute substances that cause certain emotional states? Think RCs, refined to the point that it starts becoming shit like soma Given what we know so far about biochemical processes, it wouldn't be a stretch to bottle love, put pleasure in pill form and all that
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So here's my situation. I fucking love eating. It's honestly one of my favourite things to do. I like experimenting and trying new foods. I'm not overweight (I eat a lot but I can't seem to put on weight). But the thing is, there is a lot of food I don't like. I try it as often as it comes up, but I just can't stomach it. Tomatoes, bananas, most lollies, most cakes, onions. They all make me gag. Why is this? I want to like them. I wish I could eat them. Is there a way to make that happen? Also, if anyone could explain why I don't put on weight, much appreciated. tldr: Why don't I like foods?

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