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Astrophotography

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Is somebody doing astrophotography or amateur astronomy?

Science of con-artistry

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I can't seem to find any textbook format books on the subject of small and big conmanship. Help.
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Is there any reason to think that superdeterminism is false?

Math to make CS serious

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I'm a CS student. In the beginning of the course, there wasn't much math, some teacher said that in practice they don't use math at all. Some said that in some specific areas like AI, more math was used. Great, I wanted to study AI anyway. So finally I began to study AI and was one of the biggest disappointments in my life. Some fields like metaheuristics have no cohesive theory at all. Worst: I almost don't see people putting effort to find one. No elegant universal analysis or mechanism. Very little math used. Most publications are in the style of "I tried to change the parameters of this algorithm to this to see if it works better in some random instances of this problem". But I believe that CS is important. In particular, I believe that AI is important. You guys adore to mock CS. Fine enough. But can you suggest what math would be necessary to study CS and AI "seriously"? I'm asking this probably because of how much I'm disappointed with my field, but still, the question is serious. I would specially welcome answers from mathematicians that turned to the field of AI. Most of the more relevant theorems and theories and algorithms that I saw in CS and AI were actually made by mathematicians and physicists, now I’m not surprised.

/cg/ - Chemistry General: Picture for Ants Edition

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Primarily for the purpose of discussing chemistry, asking chemistry related questions and showing off chemistry related pictures, videos or academic accomplishments.
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>differential geometry
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Is it possible to train a photographic memory? Or someone is just born with it?
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>muh 97% of scientists believe in global warming >if you don't believe in global warming you are a racist conspiracy theorist I believe global warming is happening naturally but its unstoppable and we can't do anything about it but adapt. So I'm so glad you smug global warming fags and treehuggers got eternally BTFO.
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Any particular reason why we aren't colonizing the moon? Why go through all the effort of trying to colonize Mars and sending people there? The moon is much closer so it wouldn't take as money and man power to get there and set up atleast a base or two.
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>Consciousness is a product of stable matter organisation in Spacetime with the resultant ability of interfacing with energies outside of the current understanding of matter and spacetime, eg, psychic phenomena Y/N?
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What are snails even trying to do?
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How do I debate the retarded? Is the only way to win not to play?
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So what happens in 2050? Source is UN world pop prediction

SQT - Stupid Questions

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E = hf = hv/? = hp/m? = p^2/m ? Is that right? (non-relativistic)

Serious thread: What are the best resources to learn calculus, statistics & linear algebra?

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What are the best resources to learn calculus, statistics & linear algebra & basic proofs? Assuming no background in those areas?

STEM professions:

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What're the most lucrative STEM professions within /sci/'s objective opinion?
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Why is it impossible for /sci/ to explain pic related?
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GUYS I GOT IT The universe is a just the big bang particle going through wave cycles. When we hit heat death, the wave function flattens, then the universe begins to head back towards a particle (the big crunch). Not really sure what happens for the second part, but it's a cycle. So the universe is really just a particle this whole time just pretending to be in a bunch of other places, until some god-like being looks at us and then we have to assume a position or something I think. OH SHIT IT GET'S WORSE What if it's not gods that have to look at the particle-universe for it to collapse its superposition, but actually just one of us. So like in a double slit experiment, if an idiot looks at the reflection pattern, the electrons would hypothetically still behave as a wave since the idiot doesn't know anything. Basically, once we figure out how and why the universe is supposed to work, it assumes a superposition, and we all die and the universe ends?
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Why is this place called /sci/ when the only people that seem to know their shit is the mathematicians and science based posts tend to turn into shit-fests of ignorance?
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