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If a Newtons Cradles was placed in a vacuum so that there was no air resistance. Would it keep swinging forever? If so, how difficult would it be to make? If not, what would slow it down?
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astronomy question: if you were standing at the earth's south pole, which stars would you see rising and setting? im guessing the answer is no but i cannot argue why. can you fill me in?
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Alright so why the fuck do I suck at chemistry so bad that I freeze up on the tests and bomb them? College chemistry by the way. Just took my first test and got my ass handed to me despite spending ridiculous amounts of time with the material
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What's the algorithm for winning the "toothpick game"? The rules are two players alternately take 1-3 toothpicks from a pile that initially has 11. The goal is to leave the other player with the last toothpick.
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When you look at a certain far away place in the space using a hubble telescope, what are you looking at exactly? Is it what currently happening at that place? Or many things happened already before the image reached you? Does my question make any sense? Not a /sci/ regular. Sorry for my English. I hope you catch my drift.
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Homework question that I'm stumped on. Geometric Series. Okay here goes. A culture initially has 5000 bacteria, and the number increases by 8% every hour. a) How many bacteria are present at the end of 5 hours? b)Determine a formula for the number of bacteria present after n hours Variables should be T1= 5000 r= 1.08 n= 5. I plug them into Sn= T1(r^n - 1) ---------------------- r-1 But I keep getting 29,333. The correct answer is 7356. Any help would be great. HS fag btw
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what is the temperature of a average lighter? can it mold metal?

Citation request

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ikenbot.tumblr.com/post/32276769764/eternal-clock-could-keep-time-after-universe Hey, i'm a lowely non-hard science major. Would someone care to explain this, or perhaps reference a scholarly article for me to read. I'm too smart for pop-science, but not knowledgable enough to tackle the papers. Anything in between is appreciated. Thanks!
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Can anyone please explain to me the position and function of electrons are and how they can be used to predict reactions when two atoms come together? Well, I know the position and function, mainly just as to how this can be used to predict reactions when two atoms come together. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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What are possible representations for psychodynamic psychology? (other than the iceberg model, which shows that there's a big part of our brain which we do not have access with) cognitive psychology? gestalt psychology? images are welcome, but words will do. suggestions please
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So, /sci/, Brit here regarding some qualifications and their applications Let's say I have a level 3 diploma in Marine Biology, and pursue a BTEC HND in Environmental Science. What are the applications of these in terms of career prospects?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh-oeu2L8yM Is this even worth watching or worrying about?
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Hey guys/girls i need a lil bit of help. Im making a pokemon tabletop adventures character sheet template and im looking for some help with a formula in excel Lets say D10 is the source number i need it to check D10 if its less then 10 the goal number needs to be -1 for each point less then 10 eg 9 = -1. 8 = -2 and so on But for each 2 points above 10 it needs +1 eg 12/13 = +1. 16/17 = +2 I dont even know where to start lol
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Scientists ( Steven Hawkings and Einstein) like to claim they have alll the answers and that the world is black & white. But science has never given us a good explanation of ghosts or UFOs, so how can you say science can answer anything? It can't Scientists use big words and technology to make tehmselves look really smart so people will listen to them but really they don't have any more answers than anyone els. >pic related mfw I see a scientist talking about some big issue
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Hey /sci/, I've got a question. I'm guessing that a good percentage of you (not all of you, but most) are mathematically inclined people. You might've even majored in math in college. My question is this - eventually, that inclination would still have to be supplemented by notes on mathematics, even if it's at the highest echelons of the field - stuff like topology, abstract algebra, etc. How do you take notes on higher mathematics like that? In these classes I'm taking (calculus, stats, etc.) it's all just procedural derp, and I'm worried that the fact that I don't really get how to take notes on abstract concepts in mathematics might hamper my abilities in the long run.
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Hello /sci/! Wanted to ask you something 99280 32330a7ffeca26b63ed8d5618e5995696f8cc8e5b5dfbdfa849c Can any of you decode it? Don't know how it's coded or what's the meaning of it. Is anyone up to challenge?

Self-driving car legal on the road in California.

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Oh yeah baby. http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-09-26/google-s-driverless-cars-permitted-by-new-california-law

Chemistry or Chemical Engineering?

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Chemistry or Chemical Engineering?
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let me know if this is just a bit of broscience do beta and alpha radiation combine and cancel out each other creating helium or at least cancel out some of eachother? I thought about this a while back when I was in school but never got a good answer so does this work, if not why not?
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If every person on Earth aimed a laser pointer at the Moon at the same time, would it change color?

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