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Why are white europeans the only group of people on the planet earth that evolved to be physically diverse?

black hair, brown eyes
black hair, brown eyes
>Native americans
black hair, brown eyes
>Native Australians
black hair, brown eyes

>Native Europeans
black hair, blonde hair, red hair, brown hair
brown eyes, blue eyes, grey eyes, green eyes, hazel eyes

Why are europeans the only group that developed like this?
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No.14431501 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why are SAT scores declining every year?
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No.14431100 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I think I'm about to mindfuck a bunch of people with this one:

People often cite the "we bounced lasers off the moon!" but ignore we were bouncing lasers off the moon BEFORE the moon landing ever happened! (seriously look it up yourself). The moon is naturally reflective, some parts more than others.

And if you think we can shine a laser onto a 2 foot wide retroreflector 238,000 miles away accurately and have photons come back to us when a round trip for light to the moon takes 2.51 seconds while Earth is moving through the universe at 1.3 million miles per hour (SERIOUSLY! LOOK IT UP!) and Earth would have already moved 906 miles by the time the light reaches us, making it immeasurable to us, I don't know what to tell you.

This is according to YOUR science that YOU believe in.

Disclosure: I do not believe the moon landings happened or in the globe model or that space exists.
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/sfg/ Space Flight General

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Humanity will prevail edition.
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/med/ - Medicine general

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shitposting with mongols -edition

old >>14412296

We discuss clinical practice and research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor) make fun of premeds and shitpost. Please keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K/soliciting advice out of this thread and start your own because it takes a lot of space.

>inb4 not science
>inb4 poor amerimutts wanting medical advice
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Your most effective way to study bio

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I'm aiming for 100% in all 4 exams.

Due lockdown, 50% worth is going to be done online, making my life easier.

I'm okay with the other 3 courses, it's biology that always shits on me. I've tried flashcards, just reading, notes and apps.

What was your effective method in studying biology? So i can re-consider these techniques.
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STEM Career General

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Welcome to STEM Career General!
This thread exists to ask questions regarding careers associated to STEM.
> Discussion on academia based career progression
> Discussion on penetrating industry from academia
> Or anything in relation to STEM employment or development within STEM academia!

Resources for protecting yourself from academic marxists:
>https://www.thefire.org/ (US)
>https://www.jccf.ca/ (Canada)

Information resource:
>*The Chad author is seeking additional input to diversify the content into containing all STEM fields. Said author regularly views these /scg/ threads.

No anons have answered your question? Perhaps try posting it here:

An archive of all the previous editions of /scg/:

NOTE: Any useful resources relayed in this thread will be included in future /scg/ threads.

Previous thread: >>14399561
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>Mycology is the branch of biology concerned with the study of fungi

Historically, mycology was a branch of botany because, although fungi are evolutionarily more closely related to animals than to plants, this was not recognized until a few decades ago
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What happens mathematically to something that is perfectly balanced, my follow up question is the universe (as we know) perfectly balanced or seeming to achieve it?
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If I wanted to make a contribution to the field of physics (e.g. an addition to the Standard Model) what would be the best course of action for me to take?

I'm not interested in self-educating on the internet and then writing blogposts or publishing "outsider" papers. Although I think there are deep problems with the academic system at the moment, I'm not interested in wasting my time on work that'd just go unrecognized or get dismissed.
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