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/sqt/: Stupid Questions Thread

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>no sqt in sight What the fuck does pic related mean?

What will we come to see pass?

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The gravitational waves discovery combined with Space-x's successes and the current trends in politics have made it abundantly clear that we're probably not as stagnant of a civilization as one might think. With that said, what technological and scientific progress will we likely see between now and 2030, and what effects will it have on society?
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Let's settle this right now.
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If you weigh yourself on some scales, then take a shit on another scale and rewigh yourself on the first scales, why is the sum of the resulting weights not equal to your measured initial weight?
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>have to write a paper on gene inheritance >40 of the 100 pages in I have writers block >due Thursday What's a good way to get over writers block /sci/?
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I'm just gonna watch this lads.
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New big sunspot will stare right into our eyeballs in few days from now. Last time that happened some 49 Japanese were killed in an earthquake.

literal god tier sci youtubers

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pic related
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Let's talk about the Flat Earth. Don't send me to /x/. I want to talk about the flaws with the theory and how to counter-argument them. Also for people who actually believe this theory that are now present on /sci/, tell me why you believe in this theory.
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So what exactly is missing from this picture, apart from the dumb mistake x^n for n=-1? Be as specific as possible, but it seems to me it's pretty complete.
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Basic science has failed me. I've tried to make a basic astable multivibrator circuit with the exact same components on the left and right side but one side lasts way longer than the other. I'm using the following components: 2×1k resistors 2×1M resistors 2×10 uF 63V capacitors 2×NPN transistors (C337 W6d) 2×Red 5mm LED's It's on 5V all in a breadboard. Pic related, it's the circuit diagram of what I've made. Any way to debug this or tell what's wrong etc? How come the theory fails me?
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How many points do you have on khan academy? I've got 493,970, i probably have cooler badges than you.
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Just finished my calc3 final exam pic related
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Bet you can't identify this molecule
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>be me >major in English >3.8 GPA because the shit was 2EASY >fuck like Caligula while in college, don't study much >take two years off after graduation working at starbucks part time while living with my parents >study for LSAT, get 176 >just got accepted to harvard law school Mad, STEMfags? >DO STEM DO STEM STEM STEM YOU FUCKING KEKCCCCCCCKKCKCKKK lol... I'm gonna enjoy harvard guys. Have fun making 80k a year :^)
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>wind and especially solar energy is too expensive and inefficient >nuclear is too expensive and risky >hydroelectric is almost capped in most places >even Germany will continue burning lignite coal until at least 2050 Is global CO2 reduction even possible?. Environmentalists hope we can decarbonize SOME western countries in the next few decades while the rest of the world continues to produce more carbon. And this is not even mentioning other sources of CO2 like agriculture and deforestation The only way I think it can be done is drastic depopulation or shutting off most of the worldwide grid, which of course will never happen.
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What is the difference between physics and mathematics? I think it might have to do with the fact that physics cannot exist by itself. Physics tries to explain the Universe and its mechanics. Mathematics, on the other hand, can exist by itself. Even if there was no thing such as mass, energy, velocity, this kind of thing, Maths would still exist. It's a "pure knowledge", or "meaning by itself". What do you think, /sci/? I'd like to listen to different opinions, hopefully someone who think's there's no clear boundary, or better yet, they're the same thing.

Anyone else sick of seeing this guy paraded around like a scientist?

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Why is he considered one? He has a bachelor's in engineering yet is made out to be PhD level
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math grad student AMA. end of semester free time hollaaaaaaaaaaa (until monday at 8am).
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Black holes are flat, not round. There is virtually no actual proof that black holes are round. And why should there be? Black holes SQUISH everything that comes near them into pancakes and noodles, but yet they themselves are balls? Black holes should squish themselves into the smallest space possible, which means a flat object not a round one. I mean its obvious, why can't people just open their eyes and think for themselfs?






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