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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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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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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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Does the volume of a solution affect its absorbance? For example, would 50mL of a dye absorb a different wavelength than 50µL?

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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Can anyone help me! In an experiment we added Sulphuric acid, ethanol and potassium bromide and formed bromoethane. I know that the KBr first reacts with the sulphuric acid to for HBr, which then replaces the OH group. Why does the KBr and Acid reaction form HBr? And Why is HBr needed to replace the OH group? Thanks :) Pic related
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Hai /sci/ Time for a not-so-real science: Statistics! I've been wondering, what distribution do you get if you take a normal distribution with parameters µ and ?2, but with µ and ? being selected from a standard normal distribution?
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Okay time for a real life application. Assuming there is 1 full dishwasher which has completed its cycle, and the dishes need to be put away and dried, then the dishwasher must be completely refilled with a sinkfull of dirty dishes, What is the fastest and most effective way to complete this task. My thoughts: immediately remove difficult to dry plastic tuperware containers, placing them on a towel to dry whilst you do everything else. Don't dry pottery plates because they are hydrophobic as shit. However I am still debating whether to get them all dried, stacked until the washer is empty then put them away, or if I should just do it as I go along. Thinks? Pic 100% unrelated
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Would you say you're a good teacher, /sci/? Could you be a good professor, or at least a high school teacher? Why/Why not?
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Hey guys. I need some help, I got assignment to write some paper about fiddler 2, it's a web debbuger, somewhat similar to wireshark. Anyway, could you help me with some reviews or critiques about it? Here's the link: http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler2/ /g/ was no so helpful, you're my only hope.
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Does anyone here know stochastic calculus, or know how to solve stochastic PDEs (SPDEs)? I am intereted in both as well as stochastic stats. From what I understand, the solution to SPDEs are not functions but rather probabilistic distributions. It sounds tough but I want to learn how to do them. Any suggestions on where to start. Your general calc or PDE textbooks does not contain info on this stuff.

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I really badly need some photos of a trampoline jumper to analyze the curvature downside the trampoline. But I need a sideview and all i can find are some useless pictures of people already in the air or the taken at the wrong angles.
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Where does the energy come from to create a new universe every time someone has to make a decision?
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What causes certain spirits, like wine and whiskey, to get better with age, even in glass bottles?
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if scientists are so smart how come they haven't invented steroids for their brain, like how bodybuilders invented steroids for their muscles. Think about it nerds >implying 21st century science has even scratched the surface of reality and human potential
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Gentlemen, Let's talk pi. Specifically, whether Quantum scale or Relativistic scale, pi remains constant. http://www.geom.uiuc.edu/~huberty/math5337/groupe/fibonacci.html Pi is apparently relational to fibonacci sequence. Some might preport that pi is a construction of man (a constant to make the maths work), ironically without an ending that we can find. But yet i cannot help but thinking, if pi is truly a construction of man ( a 'constant') and most constants vary depending on space-time (scale or tensors or w/e), does the constant of pi ever change? Secondly, how big a universe would one need to (or rather circle) to measure if pi does indeed vary depending on scale and curvature of space?
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What would happen if a Planet orbited the sun at lightspeed?
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Serious discussion. what can chemical engineers do that chemists can't? Is it large scale production (through mechanical engineering + plumbing) or is there actually something?

Probability problem

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Hello /sci/ I've been thinking about a problem for a while and now I'm wondering if you could help be solve this. Lets say I'm throwing darts at random, in the middle is a circle with some area. If the darts are infinitesimal (points) then the probability of hitting the circle would be (Case 1): Circle area / total area. But what if the darts had area too? What would the probability be then? Thanks.






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