I'm sure, this being 4chan, we are all familiar with the weird fetishes out there. Inflation, giantesses, feeding, vore, feet, tickling, transformation, petrification, etc. These weirder types of fetishes seem almost absent in women. At most women seem to be into rough sex, BDSM which is sort of an extension of that, and vanilla, normal sex things like impregnation. For example, on /co/ guys talk about getting fetishes from all the weird things on the cartoon Totally Spies. But I rarely hear girls say the show gave them some weird fetish, even though the show was aimed at girls. What is the scientific reason for this?
How is it not science? I'm looking for the scientific reason for this. For example if there is an evolutionary explanation; something about how the male sex drive works, etc.
Being a woman means you have a foul-smelling gash where your dick should be. Worse than any imaginary fetish imo
You are on a primarily male cartoon board wondering why women don't post their fetishes. Think about the control group of which you base conclusions about an entire field of vagine having humans
>>10492031 >But I rarely hear girls say the show gave them some weird fetish
Have you noticed the fetish situations are happening to attractive women and not attractive men?
Undergraduates pretending to be $150,000 managers edition.
>The Making of an Expert Engineer - J. Trevelyan
Last thread hit bump limit.
Any luck out in the workforce?
>all the chemE's in this thread crying about how shitty the workforce is. I genuinely don't know if I should be scared or not. I'm ok with having a shitty job for the first 2-3 maybe even 5 years but is your entire career like that? My dream job was to get into pharm, start off in the shitty plant life then try to climb my way up the corporate ladder after doing something like project management and climb from there and get to live/work where all the headquarters for the pharma companies are like bay area, new york, boston.
Plant life is kind of fun. I like being a process engineer, but I'm not too sure what I want to do from here. Managing projects sucks, and being an operations manager or any kind of plant manager position sucks. I'm thinking I'll quit to get a master's or something in a year or two or three and then get an office job.
It took a while, but I finally got a really shitty job. Right now I'm basically ragequitting and applying elsewhere. I seem to be having better luck the second time around, although I haven't done any on-site interviews yet.
How do I design myself out of the process... this is what college is for.
NO THREAD edition
So um, is us losing 95k tons of hydrogen a year a big deal? What are the effects of this?
Are you counting the hydrogen being created by solar radiation?
Hydrogen is literally made of water. So no.
Yeah how many tons of hydrogen is created from lightning hitting water?
It means we as a planet are becoming heavier, resulting in the global obesity epidemic. A disproportionate amount of hydrogen escapes from America
Is the James Webb space telescope really worth it? I'm all for expanding human knowledge but a $21 billion telescope that at best gives us really good wallpapers seems a bit much
On the upside, experience with complex systems is a good thing
That aside, based on what I understand the JWST wants to accomplish, they would have needed a bigger rocket if you didn't want a really complicated unfolding mechanism
Most experimental physocs is a waste of money. It would be better spent giving grants to mathematicians and theoretical physicists, or if one is dead set on empirical results, biologists. All of whom produce far more interesting results at far lower costs than experimental physicists.
Shut the fuck up
>>10491684 >years and years leading up to the launch and then the nonsense with the mirrors only further reinforced peoples belief that the whole thing was a dumpster fire
It *was* a goddamn dumpster fire. That we got a decent telescope out of it doesn't negate the hugely inflated price tag, and an endless succession of public fuckups up to and including *sending it into space with the wrong mirror*
Pros and cons of building tropical beach under the dome in cold climate?
I want to hug his mother and tell her that everything will be alright
>>10487954 >Pros and cons of building tropical beach under the dome in cold climate?
it would make anthropogenic climate change real
>>10488036 >heat fails, people die
what the fuck is thermal mass
pretty sure this means I'm fucked up, but I don't empathize with the mom, she had to have overlooked/ignored tons of warning signs on his way to where he is now
Math and Stat fags, how can I start learning poker?
The reason I say someplace low key like a bar is so that there's no pressure.
goddamn it takes some guts... or idiocy.. to keep playing after you go from start to -74,000
he was joking. You should absolutely start as small as allowed. A lot of what you're going to have to overcome is yourself:your emotions, your errors, your reactions to your errors. You're gonna make mistakes and feel stupid about em and that feeling will cause you to lose even more money. Better to learn all that at really low stakes.
you said you're an autist. How do you feel about a belligerent arrogant, drunken idiot winning all the money you brought that night, despite the fact that you did everything correctly? It will happen
Poker is a dead game, don't bother. Training sites and streaming have made way too many people aware of basic strategy even at low stakes, if you want to consistently make money now you have to actually be really good and grind really hard.
At least that's how things were headed when I quit a few years back, I doubt anything's changed.
Hey /sci/, do you know any cool experiments to grow crystals? Preferably kid-friendly. Pic related.
>>10492002 >"take six potatoes and multiply them by yellow squared"
does having thin, narrow eyes give an advantage to deception?
It makes your skin bulletproof and gives you the ability to breathe underwater.
>>10491891 >advantage to deception
one interesting thing about this is that japan uses caucasian features for their "cartoons" meanwhile the explanation for this is that "is not caucasian eyes, its just a feature for expressions and emotions its got nothing to do with caucasians"...
Let's be real here, most anime doesn't use realistic eyes, so the distinction of whether or not they have an epicanthic fold is kind of arbitrary. Anime eyes are far different from any actual human eyes, epicanthic fold or not
Pic related is what caucasian eyes would look like in anime, realistically.
gives +3 advantage to deception.
I see what you did there.
When it says E=mc2, how can you multiple something by the speed of light?
Like how can I multiple 3 pounds by 60 miles per hour? How does that even make sense.
To me it's like saying "take six potatoes and multiply them by yellow squared"
>>10491639 >Just cause m and c^2 are different units, doesnt mean you cant multiply them
not that guy but big false equivalence, there is no reason that just because mc^2 works that all other multiplication of different quantities needs to result in some sensical quantity as well
>"if a body gives off the energy E in the form of radiation, its mass diminishes by E/c^2."
because that's Joules = kilograms * (metres/seconds)^2 which is exactly the definition of a joule
>>10491588 >Imperial Units
This board should have an SI only rule
>"take six potatoes and multiply them by yellow squared" makes sense when you consider the following botatoes ??? also speed of light is just a number