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MemeDrive

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Where were you when the Memedrive stopped being a meme? >The second generation engines will be capable of producing a specific thrust of 30kN/kW. Thus for 1 kilowatt (typical of the power in a microwave oven) a static thrust of 3 tonnes can be obtained, which is enough to support a large car. This is clearly adequate for terrestrial transport applications.

Solidworks help

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How do I cut this highlighted curved contour out?
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what does (f(x))/(g(x)) mean?
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Scientifically speaking what makes Asian women so sexy?
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Dumb question, but what's the name of the sun?
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So how do avocados still exist? There haven't been any land animals alive for millions of years that would be able to eat the avocado whole and shit out the seed to plant more.
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>be me >first week at university >first physics quiz >dimensional analysis >asked to derive an equation for blood pressure >can't >get 40% not curved >Asian QT 3.1415 sitting next to me get 100% >she probably thinks I'm a brainlet >tfw will never get an azn gf because I would bring dishonor to her famiry >tfw starting first class at Uni with a 40% >weeping on the inside while walking to my car >get to car and throw my backpack and books in car >chick parked next to me looks at me funny >try to get my mind off it, but remember I have no friends so I just drive home and lay in bed. >mfw So, How are your classes going /sci/

Probability Theory

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I just finished my "Introduction to Probability" course with an A. We covered the basics, convergence of random variables, Markov chains, moment generating functions and the like. Where do I go from here?
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Is geology a meme?

Uranium Seawater Extraction Makes Nuclear Power Completely Renewable

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From http://nextbigfuture.com/2016/07/uranium-seawater-extraction-makes.html: "Uranium is dissolved in seawater at very low concentrations, only about 3 parts per billion (3 micrograms/liter or 0.00000045 ounces per gallon). But there is a lot of ocean water – 300 million cubic miles or about 350 million trillion gallons (350 quintillion gallons). So there’s about 4 billion tons of uranium in the ocean at any one time. However, seawater concentrations of uranium are controlled by steady-state, or pseudo-equilibrium, chemical reactions between waters and rocks on the Earth, both in the ocean and on land. And those rocks contain 100 trillion tons of uranium. So whenever uranium is extracted from seawater, more is leached from rocks to replace it, to the same concentration"
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I need help coming up with a new gamertag. Everything I come up with is taken and I don't want to add numbers IN the word or spell them like an autist. Something scientific would be nice or astronomical. Any unique or greek word(s) would be helpful.
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How to made a homemade nuke?
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Hello, /sci/, No dark matter guy here again. Long video in which I argue against a comment defending the current black hole model. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nwS708KOtk

So-called """"Real Numbers""""

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Also Wildberger and "real numbers" discussion thread
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Is topology just a non-discrete version of graph theory?
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why do movies show water turning to sand/dust inside the canteens in a desert?
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What is the mechanism behind free will? How does free will actually physically work?
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why does gravity work the way it does? I mean, we know how it works, but... why?
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I need a good book about chance, about randomness

Calc books

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Hey /sci/. Which calc book is superior and why? >Apostol >Courant >Spivak >other? I've already taken college calc and graduated, but I desperately need a comprehensive review.






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