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Stop bulliying engineering science !

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I do not get why /sci/ has a such low opinion about engineering science. Yes, it is not "pure" maths or "pure" physics. But it does not mean they are not innovations or revolutionar concepts which come from engineering. Think about it, the man who created the steam machine had done much more for the physics than any "pure" scientist you could find. Innovations come from engineering.
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Im reading a paper about the off stoiciometric peak of adiabatic temperature, and i came across this statement, "cp=R0(33.32+17?)/(274.56+16?) (J/gK) for ?<1and cp=R0(44.32 + 6?)/(274.56 + 16?) (J/gK) for ?>1. Both expressions show an increasing trend with ?, and hence provide further support for the result of increasing cp,2 with ?". Is it just me, or is the second statement, for phi > 0 going to result in cp dropping?

Bacteria hobby

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How hard would it be to grow and cultivate bacteria as a hobby, other than buying an incubator?

/math/: Math general

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Post your math questions and problems and have people discuss them with you. No homework, no textbook recs, no "who would win between memezuki and grothendieck in a fight" please, there are already many shitposting threads, let this be about actual math.

Can someone explain to me Univalent Foundations

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can someone explain Voevodsky's program I hear its quite revolutionary for math? i tried reading the wiki, had no luck

String Theory and LQG

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I'm a noob on those topics, but is string theory doomed? I heard nothing new about it and Loop quantum gravity theory seems like more reasonable.
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If unlike charges attract, why doesn't the electron fly into the proton? Science on suicide watch.
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Is it possible to "jump" to another place in space time by bending space itself? What would happen during this trip? Would time theoretically distort?
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Why are we still using fucking HFCs to cool shit down Google 'Cooltech' and tell that the time to switch isn't now... Does anyone know to happen the cost of such a commercial machine?

huh, is math simply btfo?

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REALLY makes a brainwave
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So why exactly can't two or more things occupy the same space at the same time?

Eugenics:

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Why is the notion of genetic superiority and the promotion of it such a taboo? Having better tools to interact with the physical world means, that you simply are better at interacting with the physical world.

Nootropic Heads

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What's your favorite stack?
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How do I build a pressure cooker that reaches 6,000 PSI? I'm missing an important search term I'm sure. Because I'd love to see science on it. Pic unrelated
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Assume the system in which humans are living in, the universe, is only controlled by physical laws. Physical laws are either deterministic (for example in de broglie-bohm theory) or they are probabilistic (for example Copenhagen interpretation). Thoughts, ideas and choices are formed through processes in the brain. Those processes inturn are governed by physical laws. From those assumptions we can synthetize that thoughts and choices are governed by deterministic or probabilistic laws. If we then define free will as the capacity for an agent to make choices in which the outcome has not been determined by past events. We can conclude that free will is not possible either in a deterministic or probabilistic universe. What would then happen to such a system (for example human society on earth) in which a great fraction of those agents would recognize that they indeed have no free will?
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Why do people try to act like it's cool to be a physicist? They're like, "Look! I have discovered the true shape of nature!" Meanwhile, the mathematicians are like, "Sheesh brutha, a magician ain't supposed to be given away his secrets!" And then he shrugs it off and goes back to his work, and laughs internally to himself. He thinks, my only regret is that I won't be alive when they learn the purpose, the reason behind my study of algebraic geometry. But at least I have laid them the building blocks behind how to study it.
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Could one pupil being bigger than the other be a symptom of a brain tumour? That being the only symptom.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elQyIv7f74U Why does he do this, /sci/?

/SQT/ - Ask your Questions Here

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Mathematics, Physics, etc.
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Stupid teacher thread? >In high school bio class >teacher introducing some basic chemistry >multiple choice question: What is the smallest form of matter? >A: a cell >B: an Atom >C: an electron >D: a proton >Answer proton because it's literally the smallest possible atom. >Later on she says that this is wrong. >"Well yes, technically it's the smallest, but it's more important to just understand the concept."






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