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What are your thoughts on the website attuned vibrations?
I've been reading up on their sections talking about Solfeggio Frequencies, 528 Hz frequencies, and 432 Hz frequencies. This all seems very interesting, but I'm wondering how legitimate it is?
The one that intrigues me most, is 432 hz frequency music. It is supposedly in sync with the natural pitch of the universe, and resonates with the 7.8 frequency that German physicist Professor W.O.Schumann discovered to be the frequency of the earth. They go in depth in explanation here: http://attunedvibrations.com/432hz-healing/
This is all very interesting, but it doesn't seem there are too many studies being done on the effects of listening to certain frequencies of music.
Any of you guys use binaural beats or meditate to certain frequencies?
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I'm doing my homework, but it's not working out very well.
I have given this function, which I have named y instead of f(x).
What I need is the inverse function of y.
What I have done here seems not right, I mean I can't even plot it in MATLAB for some reason (complex all the way, even if I give only negative x).
Can you take a look at it please?
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ITPT: Hypotetical planetary model
Help me with the data, will you?
Here's what we know:
>Major planet has the same characteristics (volume, mass and density) as uranus
>Major planet has 11 moons
>One of the moon is inhabited by the same life forms of the earth so i'll suppose it's in the habitable zone and has the same gravity
>This moon (we'll call it moon A) is in asynchronous rotation with the main planet
>Moon A has a rotation period of 28 hours
>Moon A has a revolution period of 322 days around the sun divided in 168 cold days and 154 hot days
>Moon A gets eclipsed by the main planet this year, on the 307th and 316th day
>Moon A gets eclipsed by the other moons at least 2 times per year
>Moon A gets usually eclipsed by the main planet 60 times an year, regularly
Here's what i want:
-Mass/Volume/density/rotation and revolution speed of Moon A if it's any different from the earth
-Orbit/rotation and revolution speed of main planet, and if he has a ring
-Orbits/characteristics of the other moons
-Some other interesting information about this little planetar/solar sistem that we can deduce
we have no informations about what he asks
CMON /sci/, SHOW ME THE GOOD STUFF
Chem pathway guide?
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For learning physics there is http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~hooft101/theorist.html and I know there is one for math, but are there more for other subjects? Math and physics, while interesting to me, are not at the top of my want-to-learn list.
I was wondering if there was one for Chemistry (mostly in the organic direction?) or Biology (neuroscience direction).
I REALLY have a hard time organizing myself and figuring out what to do next, so these types of guides are exactly what I need to be able to learn something on my own, exactly what I feel self-learning is missing compared to going to a uni. I, personally, need this kind of direction, and it would be really be useful to find more guides like this. Is there maybe a name for these sorts of guides?
How many is too many?
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Yo /sci/ I'm kind of curious, If, theoretically speaking, a trio of ships were all built with the sole purpose of taking colonists to alpha centauri and extending the reach of the human race to distant stars (while increasing the likelihood of the proliferation of the species) how many colonists would be too many?
I'm asking this from the standpoint of feasibility, assuming that everyone onboard at least had a college degree, with a huge portion having masters and phd's in various necessary fields. I'm basing this all on the - in my opinion not quite erroneous assumption - that given the opportunity many people wouldn't just forgo pay, but would willingly pay for the opportunity to work in space or settle another system.
Pic Related........whoulda thunk