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No.10646134
What traits in humans are inherited exclusively from one's mother or one's father? Is there anything more to that then the traits being on the X or Y chromosome?
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No.10670846
If the Earth is a rotating sphere, according to the Coriolis force we shouldn't be able to see any object near Earth's surface travel in a straight line.
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## /tv/ is having a huge /sci/ debate

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No.10668156
Why are there suddenly so many goddamn schizo threads on /sci/? Is it a new meme to just post word salad or "cool new functions" randomly generated with desmos or is an entire support group for the mentally ill for some reason posting on this board?
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## A day in the life of a phaggot ^w^

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This time, I'm trying to discover the heat equation, so far the curve that best fits is something around $T_f + (T_f - T_i)e^{-cx^2/y}$ and $T_f + (T_f - T_i)e^{-cx^2/y^2}$, so I was wondering if you could give me any hints into it. I understand that this is just the expressed form of the actual equation that might involve differential equations (though I don't know much about that kind of maths but still then I have been able to express the equation of the spring or the pendulum using differential equations even though I didn't know how to solve them) but I imagine that it might be related to expressing the difference between a $T_f$ and $T_i$ when they are close enough. And as I'm saying I'm mostly looking for some guidance into this, and to know if I'm following a good approach, and perhaps any ideas as to how I can verify if to curves are sufficiently similar given some table of data.
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No.10666239
When are we going to realize that the only way for us to feasibly colonize space is by becoming bionic?
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## /pg/ - physics general

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Dedicated to >>10664726
Talk physics.
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No.10670684
If theta of t is equals to 2.0*pi*sin(1.3t), find the tangential acceleration at t is equals to 15s.

The equations for tangential acceleration is a sub T is equals to r*alpha.
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No.10670632
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