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How come ethanol is soluble in water.....but octane is not? That's always confused me. They're both forms of gasoline.
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is this solvable? x+69=x is x= infinity?
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Scientifically how could I practically achieve nothing but pure focus/dedication on the subject I am learning? I want to learn but I get distracted. >Inb4 Stimulants or ADHD medication..NO >Would Pavlovian conditioning work?If so, how effective would it actually be?
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What's a degree in physics like /sci/?
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Lets say I want to compare two datasets that look roughly like this. How would I go about that? If it was a smooth curve, I could simply take the gradient of several curve point tangents and use that as a reference when comparing, however I can't really use that when my data looks like this. Are there any methods out there that allows me to compare this kind of data?
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Why do men like sucking on a woman's tits? What is the scientific explanation?
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>mfw when my gf decides to major in psychology
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Hey /sci/ can any britbongs suggest a good university for a physics degree? And is It easy to find work? I hear other STEM subjects aren't doing too well
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How can i make this into a sine function? Not homework, just studying for exam and i wanna learn the answer
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I was on YouTube trying I to find out about orbital mechanics involved in orbiting binary stars and came upon a playlist talking about our own sun being part of a binary star system somehow. The playlist description talks about the government hiding info and the average IQ today being 80 so naturally opinion discarded. But is there any possibilities of our sun being in some kinda binary system? I don't understand them too well P.s. If anyone can find info about orbiting around binary stars they're encouraged to post it, could you orbit their COM with a semi major axis less than each star?
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http://www.teslatech.info/ttstore/report/articles/v3n1art/scope.htm Twelve mice were placed in a cage to be used as controls (untreated). Another twelve mice were placed in a separate cage with exposure to the South pole field of a 2000 gauss magnet, and the last twelve were put in a cage exposed to the North pole energies of a like magnet. An equal number of males and females were put in each cage. Exposure time was two months. The untreated control mice behaved and functioned as normal mice. Without exception, the South pole mice slowly became very messy in their housekeeping, their appetites increased, they engaged in sex more, and their offspring were larger than those of the controls. Also, as time passed, they became mentally slow, loosing sensitivity to sound and light changes in the laboratory. Their young were difficult to teach the customary tests; they were lazy, listless, careless and very dirty in appearance. The North pole mice became very neat and tidy, cleaning themselves frequently. They also became extremely sensitive to any noise or light variations in the laboratory. Their offspring were smaller than those of the controls. They were mentally superior to the controls and out performed the South pole young by several hundred percent in all phases of natural behavior. The South pole mice were larger, grew faster, matured sooner, and mated continually. They also died earlier than their control counterparts. The North pole mice matured slower and lived 45 to 50 percent longer than the controls. They were also mentally superior to the controls and several hundred percent smarter than the South pole mice. They were much less frequent with sexual behavior than the South pole treated mice and less than the controls.
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Hey /sci/ doing some reading up on the very basics of plasma and fusion stuff for a university interview (the university specializes in this kinda research) so i'd like some help understanding the process of fusion. All i can seem to find online is that when the tritium and deuterium fuse there is a loss in mass and using E=mc^2 we can say this mass difference produces energy. How does the mass come to be lost? also if someone can tell me about what low temp plasma/high density plasma is and how they come about that'd be really helpful. Cheers
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http://sdu.dk/en/Om_SDU/Fakulteterne/Naturvidenskab/Nyheder/2013_12_12_collapsing_universe Should we have listened to the Antispirals, /sci/?

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Hi I got this message in a puzzle game but I can't figure out what the answer should be. I think i've found a clue on the puzzle site: "It said CULTURE with capital letters along the books back" http://pastebin.com/DqBuupN6 I would be very grateful if anyone could help me out. Thanx in advance! :)
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Random thought exercise here, /sci/. What would happen if you put *all* the world's fissile material into one bomb? Would you even be able to detonate it? What would happen if you did?
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Hey /sci/, something interesting for you neuroscientists/psychologists There is a specific pattern that a portion of the population taps their fingers in - they haven't read about it anywhere, haven't even seen anything related to it, yet they still somehow know it. The pattern is: >left right right left >right left left right >right left left right >left right right left Which translates into this sequence 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thue%E2%80%93Morse_sequence Do you have any idea why so many people are doing exactly the same fractal pattern? Here's the /x/ thread I saw earlier, which kinda opened my eyes since I myself also do that pattern since like 6 years old (ignore the soviet stuff) http://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/13852675/
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Dear sci, I'm looking for a shape. It has hexagonal tilings but the whole platonic solid is a sphere. So it's like a dodecahedron but instead of 5 sides per face it has 6 sides per face. What is the minimal amount of faces for this object and what is it called?
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>- What is your IQ? >- I have no idea. People who boast about their IQ are losers – Stephen Hawking
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Is it normal that I didn't find out the quadratic equation on my own from the polynomial x2+bx+c=0? I followed some tutorial to figure out how to derive the quadratic equation, but does the fact that I couldn't find it alone means I can't do/am not good at math? The steps don't seem straightforward to me, I don't know how I'm supposed to come up with it alone... (I'm studying this alone in hope to catch up in math)
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could you have oil without the emissions?

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