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I think I have less muscle control on one side of my face I can curl my lip in one direction on one side and not the other it's a tiny difference, but it's noticeable to me I don't want to be a hypochondriac about it, but I can't think of any reason for it other than a brain problem the rest of the internet wants to tell me I had a stroke, but I'm 19 and healthy
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Hi guys Whats the difference between a duplication and an insertion?
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Question: "Prove that the difference between two odd functions is even" http://books.google.com.au/books?id=o2E5HBgXFZwC&pg=SA1-PA38&lpg=SA1-PA38&dq=the+difference+between+two+odd+functions+is+even&source=bl&ots=sRdUST8PAi&sig=8ov8HV36Z5aBsZvPOLs4MyhNwAA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=4eD_UJj6OKWjiAffi4H4Aw&ved=0CHgQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=the%20difference%20between%20two%20odd%20functions%20is%20even&f=false what
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What kind of laptop should a engineering/physics/astronomy student use for school? Thinkpad? Mac? specifics? budget is <$1000 I asked /g/ but they masturbate over 10 year old thinkpads a bit too much
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Does the volume of a solution affect its absorbance? For example, would 50mL of a dye absorb a different wavelength than 50µL?
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I wanted to have an expert's opinion on this so I came to /sci/. Are Orbit Drops healthy for your teeth?
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Hey /sci/, I'm making a pol and i have a few questions about living in space. >1.Would you live in a space settlement, not far from earth? >2.Do you think that people will be able to live normal lives there? >3.What kind of political structure do you believe such a place would have? >4.Do you think that the human species could completely detach from the idea of living on a planet and live in a series of fling ships, roaming the universe to just to get researches? >5.When do you think such a place would be available to the public? Picture unrelated.
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What does /sci/ think of Phrenology?
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Hello /sci/. I need your help. I know it's pretty dead atm but if anyone would just mind chiming in some input so I am not completely lost. I am transferring to a uni from a JC and these are the only courses available to me. I am getting into aerospace engineering/astrophysics and space research in general. I also plan to be a pilot. I am planning on taking about 5 courses or so every semester so I can transfer as soon as possible, but I am poor and really would not want to waste money on courses that will really be no use to me. TL;DR As a future aerospace engineer/space systems manager/pilot - W-what courses do I take? Physics engrish and math are a given...b-but for the rest I don't even can think. thanks :3
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I don't necessarily endorse EVERYTHING I'm about to write here. Just some thoughts about the base-12 system in our history. When I was tutoring someone in math a few years ago I tried to break them into the base-12 system. I'm really into C.G. Jung, so it's fascinated me for quite a while. I remember seeing a theory about the Pyramids of Egypt, and how they were actually transmitters that linked up with other pyramids the world over that were built similarly. I also heard about how when aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago we were actually smarter and more powerful, and that they'd cut us down to a more manageable size in a mission of subtle conquest. I know we used to be a lot taller, stronger, and maybe even much smarter than we are today in Europe. Cro-magnons look exactly like us, but HUGE. And with bigger brains. (Which, BTW, completely blows vegetarian theology out the window. Cro-magnons ate massive amounts of meat.) It wouldn't surprise me at all if during this time we used a base-12 counting system. Echoes of that number system, as you say, have carried through all the way to the modern age. In that case, far from being progress, the decimal system is actually an official embrace of the half-assed.
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lim for x->e of (lnx)^(1/(x-e)) Do you, /sci/?

Thomas Edison

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>Edison was heavily influenced by Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason. Edison defended Paine's "scientific deism", saying, "He has been called an atheist, but atheist he was not. Paine believed in a supreme intelligence, as representing the idea which other men often express by the name of deity." In an October 2, 1910, interview in the New York Times Magazine, Edison stated: >"Nature is what we know. We do not know the gods of religions. And nature is not kind, or merciful, or loving. If God made me — the fabled God of the three qualities of which I spoke: mercy, kindness, love — He also made the fish I catch and eat. And where do His mercy, kindness, and love for that fish come in? No; nature made us — nature did it all — not the gods of the religions." >Edison was called an atheist for those remarks, and although he did not allow himself to be drawn into the controversy publicly, he clarified himself in a private letter: "You have misunderstood the whole article, because you jumped to the conclusion that it denies the existence of God. There is no such denial, what you call God I call Nature, the Supreme intelligence that rules matter. ... " -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Edison#Views_on_politics.2C_religion_and_metaphysics What do you think, /sci/? Does calling nature god even make any sense? Wasn't he being a bit funny by bending the term "God"? Yes, nature is awesome and grand beyond what boggles our minds, but where does "supreme intelligence" come in?
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Easiest AP exams? Ive herd that micro, macro, and psych are by far the easiest.
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Could they fap during the 500 days? Did they even have access to porn?
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Does /sci/ use adderall? Grad student here who is contemplating using for 1st time. Thing I want to know: 1) Do you retain the info? 2) Does it make it harder to focus without it? 3) Tolerance?
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Has anyone on /sci/ tried meditation? Not for the whole spiritual mumbo jumbo, but playing around with your pineal gland sounds like it mite b cool. I'm trying to find a scientific approach to it that isn't full of steps like "Visualize the converging energies being pushed into the spine while performing root lock. This causes Prana (energy) to flow into the mouth of Sushumna (central energy channel)."
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Here's mine. It's actually 1920x1080 but I'm too lazy to look for the image and just took a screenshot from the program that changes it lol

Are robots hurting job growth?

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We're not going to run out of jobs, right? .....RIGHT? http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50138922n
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I have some excel/math problem. I made a basic calculation relating to banks and finances. My problem is that I want excel to give me a sum of the amount I say it has to give me but I don't know how I could calculate that. So basically, if H14 = 10, then I want H15 showing me the sum of C3:C13
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Hey /sci/ Im looking into low cost high yield agriculture methods like this pic. Its called a japanese tomato ring. its the best Ive seen so far for high yields in low space. Wanna test it out w other plants, gmo's and energy crops. any other ideas for high yield farm tech? ps steal my idea if you want, not trying to pub in a journal w it, something else. So if you steal that idea I prolly notice.

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