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why do schizo chuds hate him so much?
Not him, but I heard about it when some congress fag called fauci out on it while testifying. I didn't read anything about it.
You have to be dilating and downing tittie Skittles to not hate this man. You paid for everything he owns. And I bet he owns a lot of Pfizer stock.
Spending reports and pubmed articles are not confidential bossman.
Not sure about the vax, but research Fauci's ties with Gilead and Remdesivir. They are in his pockets and that's why he's suppressing other treatments.
What's with the sudden shilling of ayy's? Pic unrelated
There should be abundant intelligent life in our galaxy. We should see it. We do see it. Their technology is sufficiently advanced over ours that we cannot explain what we see them do. We dislike that feeling.
Here's a quantum communication device that will change the world as we know it. You have a transmitter and a receiver both one Planck distance away from another. The receiver is always receiving information and transmitter is always transmitting relevant information. They are both aligned to fit the rotation of the Earth. The devices transmit information at the speed of light. What do we notice? Your inputted data is essentially sent to the past.
>but it only receives its own message! how could that be of any value?
Remember, the device is aligned with the rotation of the earth, the distance is one planck, the speed is that of light, and the outer velocities are all irrelevant. So you *are* sending information to yourself in the past, not your present self.
The transmitter projects in the direction of the receiver to the opposite direction that the Earth spins. Before the receiver has received its message the earth has already spun on its axis, and because time moves in one direction, the past receives the message in the exact moment that it was transmitted.
If you agree that 1. light travels at a constant speed, 2. Planck distance is the shortest possible distance in our Universe, and there can be no shorter distance between two coordinate points, 3. the earth is constantly spinning on its own axis at 1000 mph, then the message is shot at the speed of light back in time to the moment it was sent, in the near past.
This is how you should imagine it: a snail and a cheetah are racing each other. the finish line and the starting line are one planck distance away from each other. They both start at the same time, but because of that they also finish at the same time, their respective speeds being completely irrelevant.
Once you turn on this machine, you will receive an endless stream of information from the future, and you will be transmitting an endless amount of information to the past as well.
>>13779465 >and there's plenty of evidence to back up this claim.
there is none unless you also consider marvel mopies to be true, buddy
>>13779435 >Planck distance
Another pop-sci bot
I'm not sure this would work given that the transmitter and the receiver would be drawn together by gravity if they were only 1 planck distance away, right?
I'm not dumb enough to waste my life on physics so take what I say here with a grain of salt. Bumping anyway and waiting for the local physics deboonker to weigh in
There is literally no way that a transmitter and receiver can be one Planck length away. Electronics are not this small - a Planck length is unfathomable small. It's not even close. As well, this relies on then bring distance by only one Planck length as well, implying that somehow it is kept perfectly in its position, despite the distance being the smallest possible unit of measurement in the universe. You are also not getting any information out of this, because photons change the energy level of atoms linearly in time and any measurement will depend on a form of atomic measurement, and that's if seeing such a small distance is even feasible, which is not likely.
Sending data back to the past is also impossible because data has it's own mass too.
Can I buy a DNA sequencer and do my own sequencing of my tissues at home? And clandestinely of my girlfriend
Just read the manual and I should be able to figure it out, right?
As long as you understand how much you're not understanding, it's fine.
>>13782723 >As long as you understand how much you're not understanding, it's fine.
You see? There was absolutely no reason to get angry. :) Just take a deep breath.
Show tiits and vegana.
Mostly impossible. You need supercomputers now. And you will neVer know if it is reliable enojgh.
You can cheaply buy nano pore and their reagents. You’re not gonna sequencing the full genome, but a huge part of it with good quality with only a few k euros. Also you swill need a decent computer with lots of ram (256gb min) for the analysis..
I have no idea what these cost or if they can even be used outside a certified lab
Is negative energy basically just physicists shitposting?
fuck you self bump
what is it about black holes that makes them the number one most popular popsci topic of discussion amongst the brainlet soience fangoys?
is it the comic bookish aspects of the spectacular, unrealistic and completely non disprovable conjectures which go along with the topic that make black holes so popular amongst the scientist posers and wannabes?
That doesnt really answer my question
energy is change in a system. if the system does work or exchanges its heat then it's negative energy. that's how energy is mathematically conserved.
basically energy is something we define
How come /pol/ are saying ade is less likely when it’s the whole virus that the body creates antibodies for but this doctor says the opposite?
>>13781540 >nobody is saying natural immunity is not more resistant to mutations
That's been the mainstream lie all along. Pro-tip: if you have to gaslight, you're position is very likely incorrect.
>>13782993 >complains about /pol/ >uses /pol/ memes
>>13782946 >it'll be published asap just like myocarditis
You mean, it will be published if/once enough people anecdotally realize there appears to be a problem, and then actually investigate it. Like with myocarditis.
Don't bother m8. Faggots like you have reduced trust in the medical system substantially. Would have been better off advertising it as 100% experimental and admitting you don't know what the fuck you're doing or its potential consequences.
Menstrual problems aren't uncommon, it's just that women suddenly forgot that it's taboo.
>>13782720 >Is it all scientists and doctors?
Did every scientist and doctor do a study on Ivermectin or are you engaging in hyperbole because you're intellectually dishonest? Also, are all scientists and doctors free to express their opinions or are some censored while others are amplified for agreeing with the media chosen narrative?
Your answers are your opportunity to make up for your other intellectual dishonesty.
>you cant learn anything after 25
How true is this? Do I have only 5 years left to learn something and then it's over?
>>13782326 >99% as well as an 8 y/o kid can, provided you have insane levels of focus/motivation
So you can't, got it.
There have been studies, specifically on language learning, that show with the right motivation and focus adults can learn as well as kids. There's also various methods and drugs out there to improve focus/motivation that you can use if not being able to focus is a problem for you.
>>13782142 >Monotone decreasing after 6 years old
It's all downhill from there.
It's true in a sense, 25 is where your brain stops developing and your abilities lock in. If you haven't learned how to learn efficiently by 25 it truly is over
The majority of people in medical, law, and architecture schools are 25+ you fucking imbecile
Hi, I have 2 questions, I would be happy if someone can help me in this.
does someone know how can I correct this error? (pic related).
'VENTAS_DATA' is an .mdf of the database
the second questions is that, according to my teacher ,snapshots should have been created in D:\, where I was working the database, but at the end he created in c:\ doing other changes that he didn't explain that well, he was trying and trying until it was created, but i ended confused about the real way to make it.
why this happened?, is it because you use the master , that is in the c:\,and you use it to create the snapshot?
i'm also trying all that i find, and now i have a new error
Fuck off you brown-skinned derka derka turban-wearing cowfucker this is not a homework help board
better tell me 'i don't know', it's easier and less words to write
u mad lol
u learned nothing from ur thread an then u got trolled in it too
no,i'm not mad really, don't worry
if someone can help me in a way i (a retard) can understand, then good, if not, i'll just ask again in my next class
>my lab partner this semester is a black girl
should I be worried? not that I'm racist or anything
Yes you are fucked ur going to be doing all the work while she talks to the chads in class and brings u back the incorrect answers
black girls in stem are pathetically desperate because they realize they are actually intellectually inferior, but lack the skills needed to cheat like the jeets and asians
If she's anything under an 8/10 and not a total SJW she'll prolly suck you off on the reg for an A
If you’re not a racist, why are you asking people to make sweeping generalizations about a random girl based on skin colour?
tl;dr fuck of back to /pol/
>>13783129 >generalizations based on colour
I wish it was just about the colour...
Realistically, what are the odds that humans have already inadvertently spread life beyond Earth?
Europas ocean could be habitable near geothermal sources
The lunar surface if far too inhospitable for anything to survive. There is no water,air,pressure, and the temperature swings are too big. There are these microbes called litho-something and live deep inside the rock and could maybe survive on Mars
I have this theory that their balloons have infected the habitable upper parts of Venus atmosphere, causing the mysterious Venus ultraviolet absorption line
>>13776370 >The appollo program left all sorts of contaminated trash on the moon including human waste.
Literally 100%, but not very far