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I remember there being a torrent with ebooks in it about science, psychics, space and whatnot. I checked the sticky, couldnt find it back. It was sorta like the gentoomen library, but more /sci/-ish
Anyone knows where I can find it? Thanks.
Pic is unrelated, ofcourse.
Finding young girls attractive reason
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Don't come here often, but what is the scientific reason for men liking young girls. I don't think I'm a paedo, but I still find young girls very attractive. Their innocent faces, petite bodies, tight openings, would feel so much better than any women at my age. I find them more attractive than women our age as well, I'm sure it's normal, but obviously resist our urges, and just try to avoid staring for too long. But in a way it's their own fault sometimes, why does a little kid need those kind of erotics clothes, I sometimes think their parents want their little girl to seduce others. So yeah, my question is what is it scientifically or evolutionary wise that makes little girls so sexy and wanting to just do it with them.
P.s. I do watch a lot of anime, so I guess that does play some factor on real life girls. But even before I started watching these years ago, I'm sure those kids were just as doable then.
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ITT, let's talk about homework help on /sci/:
In a word: DON'T ASK FOR IT.
1. people on /sci/ are mostly assholes and don't want to help you. they are, however, very willing to waste your time and also insult your intelligence.
2. people on /sci/ are also actually quite bad at whatever you're doing. no, seriously. even high school algebra.
3. the very few people who are both capable and willing to help are quite likely to demand that you 'show the work you've done so far'. the problem with this is that you will spend a shitton of time typing it out, shitton of time back-and-forthing, and more time being trolled and quibbled about grammar. After all that it is very likely you won't get help anyway, because 4chan has the attention span of a goldfish.
4. just google. seriously. if you type the exact question into google, it's likely you'll find a concise, comprehensive and accurate answer. this is because plagiarism is only punished when you're a student. when you're writing homework questions it's called 'not reinventing the wheel'.
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So /sci/, some people at my university gave me this, the Raven's Progressive Matrices test. I did it, and I scored 60/60. Honestly I found it pretty easy, and I fail to understand how this can measure IQ. The fact that I recognize patterns makes me smart or, well, I'm simply able to recognize patterns? I mean, isn't this like "oh, you can do 100 pushups in a row, so you obviously can run for 10 miles"?
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What is/are the best college(s) to go to for computer science? I'm no genius, but I am certainly more proficient than most that went to my highschool. I was one of two people the school came to asking for a new disciplinary reporting system, ran computer science club last year, did very well in competitions, etc. Despite having actually done things that sound/are important, my GPA is only 3.9, and my SAT scores aren't very pretty (writing is the issue).
Would colleges REALLY care about SAT scores other than math and GPA knowing I've done work for my school district and have letters of recommendation from school administrators? Thanks
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I am here to give a report on Nootropics after being a personal Guinea pig, simply because I said I would and several people were interested at the time.
AdderRx: Made me feel paranoid, heart racing, couldn't sit still, mind racing, can't concentrate... however it was extremely effective at combating insomnia. I stayed awake for two days. And I never felt tired taking it.
ADRApro: Gave a short term boost to focus, seemed like a very very mild adderall, generally I don't think the effort of remembering to take it was worth it.
EXCELEROL: At first I did not notice anything, and wasn't even thinking about it but after the second day, I noticed my scores on an online game I occasionally play "Wargame Airland Battle" had improved dramatically, I was now winning almost every match, my decisions were quick, I no longer sat there in a stupor at what to do but made choices quickly and decisively. I was now playing on the highest level with the best player of the game.
I noticed also that my reading comprehension was improved, I remember more of what I was reading and understood it's contents better. I decided to re-read the first half of GEB, and the material did not seem as distant as it had before, I also decide to re-read the 48 laws of power, and now the book material seemed childish to me, like the book was written for someone beneath me, where before I was impressed by it.
The most dramatic effect are my dreams, I now remember my entire dream sequence from start to finish, and I have been having some highly creative dreams with some very unique and original ideas generated while dreaming. At the pace this is going it feels like I may actually dream up something useful and applicable to the real world.
I may not try the rest of the Nootropics and stick with this.