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As the title says, me, and my peers, have some doubts, regarding the link between Brinell Test and Tensile strenght, as reflected in the aforementioned standard.
I am well aware, this DIN rule has been surpassed by DIN EN ISO 18625.
Shall any engineering anons, provide any further info, it will be trully thanked.
Thanks to all.
Brotherhood of Engineers.
I invoque your help.
Trying to improve my memory, an inspired by memory sports. Memory is currently the weak point in my IQ but its perhaps the most trainable. Dont have large index of pop culture to build a pao (dont really watch tv), thus an unable to clearly visualise them, and struggle with spacial memory for loci technique. Additionally I have found the nmemonics difficult in the past as the additional information that seems unrelated just adds complexity and you have remember the image and its cypher to the retrieve the relevant memory. Please help.
No, memory is not trainable. Its also the most important and assured measure of intelligence. Every savant/genius has an incredible memory and they themselves will argue is their best attribute. The memory isn’t just the foundation of intelligence, its what allows for higher thinking. The sooner you realize this the faster you’ll cope with your inferiority. If your memory is weak you’ve only found tricks to compensate for your inadequacy. Sorry.
You probably cant train yourself to have a generally better memory but you can train yourself to have a better domain specific memory. In the same way elite of any domain have talents that distinguish themselves but there are way they can increase their performance at an activity as people can. Also it strikes me that you aren't very well studied in memory sports; the whole purpose of it is to re-purpose different neural architecture (different parts of your brain) to become more proficient that one could otherwise.
How would you train yourself to have a better domain specific memory?
Give me secular evidence for survival of the self after brain death.
Just quote science and not a religious book
X should have been fused with sci long ago
your idea of instantaneous is just an idea, there is no single "point" in time. We can comprehend smaller and bigger units of measurement of time, but there is not a pure concrete instant. So maybe the perception of self-death of any sort is dilated by such a huge factor, it lasts what we would percieve as forever
This is the DMT segregation theory
The DMT segregation theory relies heavily on the pineal gland
Is race realism real? I am black but I've never felt dumber than my peers/colleagues so obviously I find it hard to believe, without /pol/ clouding your judgement is there any merit to this at all? Or is just pseudoscience.
well put, we as humans become emotional in this subject because we live in a world where intelligence is a must and to say a whole continent is behind genetically in the most important organ in the world due to climate and not as much disease which kills off mostly less intelligent as in the dark middle ages in Europe that afterwards saw such a profound leap in ideas and creativity due to the cream as it was said rising to the top in quite a creamy white amount
Ok then why isn’t Somalia a banking country?
Having lived among Irish people, I can tell you that this is true about their low IQ's (the appearance of most Irish people appears to be a genetic mix between a Basque/French Celt and a Norwegian Viking but they have the generally low intelligence, alcoholism and violent angry tempers of Basques for some reason and most "white trash" and homeless white people I have met were alcoholics and drug addicted who were of Irish ancestry). Irish people I have lived with are generally not as smart as Scottish, Germans, Koreans, Dutch, and Japanese. Maybe the Scottish settlers who became the Scots-Irish lowered their intelligence by inter-breeding with the Irish, see:
Literally quoting Hitler as if he was anything.
Doing the new AQA A level maths and further maths, finished the maths spec and coming up to finishing further (doing discrete and mechanics).
Other than the specimen papers, what's the best way to practice to guarantee an A*?
Work through proofs in the book, get your shorthand down too.
Which book? The cgp one?
I'm trying to do some Classical Mechanics practice problems, and I understand all the math that goes into them, but I don't understand all the obscure processes that go into them, like solving for some weird variable, or setting two seemingly unrelated equations equal to each other. I guess I just haven't developed the necessary critical thinking skills. Wat do?
No it's just that classical mechanics sucks
So how the fuck do I learn it?
classical mechanics never clicked for me... not really embarrassed to say so.
later on I had no trouble with pdes, maxwells equations, quantum mechanics, and fluid mechanics.
I might have been able to get it later on but in 3rd year uni I just couldn't figure it out.
I have a theory as to what it is, but I'm not entirely sure; my reasoning is somewhat vague and I can find some holes in it myself.
Not sure if this is the appropriate place to post, any suggestions where else I should put it?
i think, its all pattern recognition.
>>10310363 >I have a theory
No, you do not have a *theory*.
What you have is speculation.
The OP doesn't appear in there. There's also a couple of dodgy questions in there, either by multiple answers or by shit picture quality.
So are IQ tests basically just a guessing game where you have to come up with a common "rule" aka symmetry,equality etc.. and checking if it works what kind of shit test is this?
It can be, but it shouldn't be. It's no uncommon to have badly designed test questions. The link in
has two, particularly no. 34 which has two valid answers.
what is it called when you can see the objects trail as its moving fast? like pic related, or if i waved my hand back n forth youd see like multiple hands?
the motion blur?
For on a camera it's just motion blur from the compensation for lack of frames. For naked eye it's our brains compensating for movement. I'm no expert but our eyes can only see so much at a time and our brains have an amazing way of allowing us to keep full vision. Essentially your brain takes "frames" then puts them together real time so you're able to get a full picture. We don't see frames per second like on a screen but that's kinda what it does.
when i scroll down its all motion blur, cant read fast while scrolling cause its all fucked
Delta Heavy launch at 11:05 am PST
First launch of ULA in the new year. The mission has been scrubbed three times before.
the original ITS had 500T payload
the current BFR should still have >200T payload, just when reusing it goes down to 100
What cryogenic liquids are you talking about?
lol, no, it absoluetely wont
Lox and rp1
RP1 doesn't need to be chilled but I believe they do chill it
You should be able to solve this.
>>10313178 >ything, it's the correct answer according to the guy who is grading them, and if you stare at it you'll see it's
YIKES, my bad i replied to wrong guy.
You mean 42^2 + 10^2.
Because it asks how much the spider has to crawl.
It can just jump 11 feet, and then crawl the remaining 31.
oh yeah, they never specifically said jumping, true