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Online book download sites?

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Hey /sci/ I am just wondering do you guys know of any book repositories that I can download books as PDF's? ever since bookos.org shut down I don't know where else to get books on-line from Thanks in advance.
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so what was the difference between evaporation and combustion again?
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I'm 23 with only a highschool degree. Am I too old to follow a STEM career?
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Which device is superior? The surface pro 2 or the hp envy?
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In 7 days our beautiful blue planet will be 2014 years old. What are you gonna do to celebrate Earth's birthday?
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math question: I have this process, which will has a 1/x chance of returning True, otherwise False. I have a program that will run the process repeatedly, terminate when it returns True, and report the number of times the process is ran. How many times do I need to run the program to have a 95% confidence for x? It's not homework. I'm trying to figure out the rate of getting Wish through Scrolls of Wonder in Elona.
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How much longer before MIT makes most unis redundant? >go to uni ranked 100 - 200 in world >look at maths curriculum out of curiosity >single variable + multi variable calc in year 1, diff. eqns. and linear algebra in year 2, plus optional intro. to statistics, electives for everything else >all of those are online on MIT OCW, but with no doubt a more comprehensive syllabus >MIT OCW has physics 1-3, biology 1, chem 1, CS 1, microeconomics 1 If you were doing maths you'd literally be better off staying home and doing MIT courses for the first 2 years. Chuck in something like reading 8 books from the /lit/ starter kit per term (which would be more worthwhile than any arts elective known to man), a few good foreign language workbooks and that is looking pretty damn good. Although if you were driven enough to do that then you're probably better off going to a uni much better than mine.
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what do you call organisms that can live and thrive in the dark (and possibly die if exposed to certain forms of light like sunshine itself) and what are the organisms that require light to live? like molds and such basicaly I'm looking for a word here, maybe it's latin, live-with-luminescence, live-without-luminescence.
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With modern technology, would it be hard to get to the moon and back?

Na3Cl and NaCl3

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http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/news/general/Rocksalt.php what are /sci/'s thoughts on this? can anyone confirm if it's actually in Science? is chemistry broked?
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hey everyone. so i just wanted to get someones opinion on it, and all my friends are dumb shits who found it amazing when they discovered the quote about there being more stars created by the big bang than grains of sand on all the beaches of the world. three days ago.. so basically its well known that there are really 2 possibilities about the size of the universe, either is endless, or its not, both concepts i find to be equally terrifying, however the topic at hand isnt about fear, but a possibility of discovery. im just really curious /sci/ on the whole of the endless universe, (unless we are in a box) can you really stand there and tell me that we are the only big bang. if you can imagine for a second, a three dimensional cubed thousand mile box with an atom floating around to represent the result of the big bang, how can you tell me that there are not other atoms within this cube? its simply outrageous to believe so. and besides this fact, the cube is insignificant, not even an atom standing against a galaxy when compared to the theoretically endless universe
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>2013 >not using the most powerful telescopes to look back into the past >still not extreme ultra super deep field to look back before the Big Bang Seriously, why aren't scientist doing this? Are our telescopes too weak?
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Does /sci/ have posters in their rooms? I have amino acids, DNA stuff, bacteria, viruses (>tfw homo and have AIDs stuff on the wall, image my awkward hookups), other biology/chemistry stuff. I study Bioengineering.
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How does the function y=(-2)^x look like? How does one deal with the numbers between integers?

Pseudo Christmas Miracle!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS INTERNET! This Christmas I bring you a Sandi Rog, who claims to have a cure for cancer that is 100% Natural Cyanide! Apart from selling placebo miracle cures to sick and desperate people, she makes a living selling creationist fantasies and bible stories. So let us spread the Christmas Cheer.

QM relativity m8

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where does QM contradict relativity? What sort of bridge is needed to fix the inconsistency?
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What's /sci/'s opinion on the OpenWorm project? http://www.openworm.org/ Will it be applicable to the creation of the first artificial lifeform?
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Will we ever be to smoke steroids? In the future will athletes be able to just light up a stick of tren?
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As we know no scientific model involves a god. And suppose we get to the point where we accurately model everything and this remains true, we can safely assume this will be the case. Is it still possible for a god to exist such that the universe we model can work without his/her intervention so that it seems there is no god? Also what if such a god does intervene but never in a way that would confirm its existence? And this god wouldn't contradict any established facts like the gods of religions, so no creationist bullshit or anything like that. Considering this can we really dismiss the possibility of such an entity?

Reason for Intelligence

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Does intelligence require a goal? I'm studying AI for a couple of months now and it always angers me how any example I study and practise is based on a goal. I don't like it as it doesn't represent real life. I mean, our lives don't have a "goal". But then I was thinking, if a completely intelligent, logical, rational being was put on planet Earth, what would it do? It has the free will to do anything it wants, but what would it "decide" to do? Humans have the "goal" to preserve their life, but that's because they have feelings. It's also why they have hobbies. Is feeling rational?






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