Are the times of world changing theories over? Can there even be a second Albert Einstein?

Is it true that "most" people get 100 average on IQ tests? I've never gotten 100, nor have any of the people I know, or anyone on this board. Who exactly is the "average person" who scores that way? TL;DR, how do IQ tests work?

>This statement is false TRUE or FALSE ?

>implying we don't live in a simulation

I just read >For example, a space is locally compact Hausdorff iff its algebra of continuous functions is commutative c-star algebra, and any commutative c-star algebra is the algebra of continuous functions on some space (in fact, on its spectrum). this must be some sort of theorem with a name, what is it?

My first year program is: 1 Single Variable Calculus Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry Mechanics Mechanics(lab) 2 Multivariable Calculus Complex Analysis Probability and Statistics in Physics Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics(lab) What should I study on my spare time that will compliment or is missing from my program ?

What makes complexity theory a unique field? What makes cognition a unique/distinct (set of?) mental phenomenon?

http://www.ysafe.org/School/Images/pdf/taks5thgrade.pdf Page 110 (112 in the pdf): Timmy flips a coin 10 times and gets 8 heads and 2 tails. What would he expect the next flip to result in? a. heads b. tails

Would it be possible to set up a frame of reference that makes the beginning of the universe simultaneous with the end of the universe?

Hello /sci/. I was wondering if this system shown in the picture would be equivalent to a simple pendulum of the same mass attached to a string of the same length and suspended from the wall. What I mean by equivalent is would the angle as a function of time be the same in both systems? Extra clarification: That is a stick attached on both ends with a string to the wall. The distance between the attachments to the wall are the same as the length of the string. My reasoning is that because the length of the stick in my calculations does not appear in the function of the angle then it should be unimportant what it's length is so long as the mass remains the same. Is this correct?