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Let's talk about Fluorine.
Fluorine is the most reactive and most electronegative of all the elements. SO BOW DOWN
This shit doesn't exist in nature in it's elemental form because it's so reactive but it will FUCK YOUR SHIT HARD if you attempt to RELEASE THE BEAST. Don't ask me, though, just ask all those stupid scientists that died trying.
Hydrofluoric Acid; put it in glass Pyrex it's like FUCK THAT SHIT and eats right through it. Iron? No problem. Lead? Fuck you.
Fluoroantimonic Acid; strongest acid know to man. You even think about touching this shit your whole family dies and your stupid cats. ALIEN BLOOD EAT YOUR HEART OUT. You can only store it in a Teflon container, which reminds me..
Polytetrafluoroethylene, aka Teflon; one of the most corrosive resistant and stable compounds known to man. Suzy homemakers reading this better check their panties. You can't fuck with this shit OH, I FORGOT, unless you have...
PERFLUORODECALINE; this shit DISSOLVES teflon. LOLZ, YOU NEED FLUORINE TO BEAT FLUORINE. Bitches. Oh, and you can dissolve a shitload of oxygen in this and BREATHE LIQUID. Well, at least until you don't die from carbon dioxide build-up. But FUCK YOU only pussies die.
Uranium Hexafluoride; you need this to isolate U-235 from naturally occurring Uranium to make an atomic bomb. Yep, that's right bitches, without fluorine all those stupid gooks would still be alive. HA HA!
LOL, FLUORINE FUCKS YOUR SHIT NIGGERS AND YOU KNOW IT
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So I have one more exam to finish and I really like finding online notes from various US unis, but I can't seem to find classes that cover the following material closely (electrical engineering).
In what subject is the following covered (engineering level not physics/math level)
Integral transformations (Fourier transform, Laplace transform).
Special functions (Gamma function, Beta function, Bessel function).
Partial differential equations (wave equation, the equation of heat conduction, Laplace equation).
Variational calculus (Euler equation).
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My IQ, according to the standard Stanford-Binet Intelligence test, is 150; top 0.5% of the population.
I'm not bragging. I didn't work for it,didn't earn it, don't deserve it. People who gloat about it are maladjusted. I am posting this simply as background information. I am looking for people who have experiences similar to mine.
When I was a child my father, an engineer, defined the idea of a perpetual motion machine for me. Replaying the memory in my head I realize he was trolling, playing with a kid the same way parents do when they talk about Santa.
He challenged me to build one. I went out in the garage and standing at his workbench started to plan. I stood motionless staring into space while I simulated devices, made "thought experiments" in my head. After what seemed like a half hour but turned out to be all afternoon I went back in the house and told dad that it was not possible. He questioned me for a while and dropped it.
The point is that physics, on a "real world" level is obvious to me. When I was taught that F=ma I thought "Duh". When I learned how to calculate trajectory I thought "My dog can catch a ball". The point is that physics came to me naturally, almost instinctively.
On the other hand, many other subjects come hard. Math; geometry is also obvious to me. If I had never learned it I seriously believe I would have invented it but calculus I have still not mastered, it comes hard and even when I can "do" it I feel like I am faking it; plugging numbers into an equation without understanding it.
Who else here has had a similar experience?
Has found one subject transparent "Why does this even need to be said?" but is normal or even sub-normal on another subject?