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Why are germans so intelligent and hard working? Is it genetics? What's the deal? Germany is one of the most well-living country in the world despite the wars.
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So /sci/ I recently noticed in my work they spend +4 persons workforce all day on printing some IDs for the company. >They check the info from excel >They use a template of six IDs on coreldraw >They manually change info, add photos, save them >Company needs to print them monthly (+2000) >Sheets are not organized because of this manually changing, so they need to review constantly if a ID is not longer on excel or a new one appears. This leads to print sheets with 1-5 IDs, which is a waste of color ink. How can it be printing using a pure database? Like making totally independent from coreldraw, not putting the info manually just exporting pure data from a database with images including. Making the printing efficient, organized alphabetically, fast, updated. >Excuse my english not native speaker >pic related
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How did we manage to create something as accurate as a computer?
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What is /sci/'s opinion on linguistics? Do you view it as a 'real' science?
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So I was wondering... Black holes emit Hawking radiation. But how does it escape? I thought nothing escapes a black hole. Can anybody explain this to me? As far as I got this, around a black hole you have a vacuum, which is instable and therefore particle and antiparticle can pop into existence. The particle with negative energy is sucked in, thus leading to a mass loss of the black hole. But how does the other particle get away? Why isn't it sucked in too? Or let me put it this way: why don't the particle particles with negative energy escape and the 'positive' ones consumed by the black hole, leading to an increase in size? Please excuse my shitty unscientific way of expressing myself. English isn't my main language.
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hello /sci/ i need a bit of help. i have been wanting to do a science project for the interest/learning of it. I am going back to school in a couple months and i wanted to do something like this for myself, so i could get some practice in. I didn't know what to do at first so i narrowed it down to two subjects that interest me, electrical work (house, solar) and IST computers. what kind of a science projects could i do for both of them? Also i would like to stress that it needs to follow the scientific method. i was told it would come up later in my school year. i would greatly appreciate it. the last project i tried didn't go so well..
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"Pure mathematics is physics without thought. Chemistry is physics without purpose." - Anon
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I have to do a presentation as part of my A-Level physics coursework for some reason. I need to pick a material with a lot of information available on it, but I also don't want to have something unique (things other people are unlikely to pick). Got any suggestions for interesting materials?
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would this work
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Have any of you ever taken a course on coursera? What'd you think? How does it work? Weekly lectures?


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Looking for good documentaries. Not through the wormhole, the universe, naked science, solar empire, that sh** just rehashes the same crap every time. Yes, we know alien bacteria most likely exist. Yes, we know you can't travel backwards in time. Just looking to actually learn something, like the math behind kepler's laws or something, give me actual math and don't rehash concepts. So any good documentaries /sci/?
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Of all the pure science majors, which one has the most flexibility without a PhD?

Since /sci/ is a shithole

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and we haven't had this stupid ass debate in awhile: What is the best calculus book ever?
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If every post on 4chan had an image of the posters face, how would this influence communication?

help : multiple variable equation solving

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Hello /sci, I need your help on something. I'm trying to use wolframalpha to solve a 6 variable equation. It doenst seem to work. Does anyone know a good site to do this on ? Thank you so much ! PS : Here it is 1797*a+899*b+2696*g=0 ; 1797*b+899*a+2696*g=3 ; 1652*b+826*c+583*f=-3 ; 1652*c+826*b+583*f=147580 ; 1652*d+826*b-583*f=147580 ; 1652*c+826*d-583*f=295163 PS2 : Me and my friend are working on the displacement field of a beam.
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if prime numbers can be easily guessed with stuff like the ulam spiral, why do people still think RSA is secure?
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Have you ever had to study anything so obvious that you could have easily figured out by your own in a matter of minutes or seconds? I have three: Bolzano's theorem. Rolle's theorem. Mean value theorem. I am baffled at how stunningly easy these theorems are and yet Bolzano and Rolle immediately get their names stamped in History for it. Not that they weren't great in mathematics but still... Anyone ever felt similar?
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I've been thinking about the Chinese Room experiment for a while, and there is something that sprung to mind, it's probably wrong, but I wanted to know what /sci/ thinks. Atoms and molecules act in the same way as the man inside the room does, they receive stimuli, and due to the laws of physics, an effect occurs. We are conscious beings, but our building blocks are not, meaning that the man inside the room might not be "conscious", but enough of them compounded with each other could produce something that is. Does this make any sense?
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Is anybody else fascinated by microbiology? I've always had an interest in virology and I'm seriously considering a major in microbiology.
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Science of Dragonball How the Kaio Ken works The energy is drawn from the Dan Tian (energy field in the lower body, Chinese: ??), and sent out to the chest, back, head and four limbs. The Ki travels underneath the skin and causes the muscles to bulge and the flesh to become thick around the bones. As the Ki reaches the surface of the body in this dimension it manifests as heat, wind, and electricity. When Goku employs the Kaio Ken he opens up all the cells in his body and taps into their energy on a molecular and sub-molecular level. Goku’s cells, molecules, atoms, neutrons, quarks and all other sub atomic particles are opened up and tapped into for a very short amount of time.

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