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Why is there no effective cure for microphallism yet?
suicide is the cure
there is, it’s called natural selection
If that were true then smol pp wouldn't exist.
OP if your cock is small just pretend it isn't until the unfortunate reveal in the bedroom. Resort to other means for sex if they run away.
It's supposedly a gene linked trait to improved immune function
Why is integral calculus so hard?
I once did a badass integral by hand during a job Interview and it got me to the next round. Not all the way unfortunately.
I had to integrate (sin(x)/x)^300 between minus pi and pi to two sig figs by hand.
Just have the hardware do it for you
I honestly have no idea how to approach that
What if I am an undergrad pleb
>>13796880 >Differentiation: >Chain Power >Rule Rule >Quotient Product >Rule Rule >Etc
Which is the best language for math students? With graphics support? Python's graphics are scattered and Pascal seems all in one already? Are there other options?
why do you hate maple so much, i'd take that over everything but c
Fuck off you insufferable CSfags. There is no language that allows you to write code for performance. Every single piece of code you write is inefficient garbage that only works well thanks to the silicon it works on.
Either learn electronics and solid state physics or just use whatever is the most convenient language for yourself.
not cs at all but meanwhile kouril and heule and marek etc. keep jizzing hot soldering metal into your face. you should be a lover not a hater
I'm pretty sure you have never written anything in C that was parallel. Its fine when writing kernel modules since it kind of holds your hand but writing something from scratch is a huge pain. Figuring out the best ways to share data. How to to manage your threads. How to free data that's being shared. Python you just use data structures and they come with locking for free plus other shit that makes it easy to communicate across threads with.
if you meant that to be read in a budget steve jobs voice it was great
There are 12 beautiful ladies and 1 trap(a man who looks like a lady, one of the side effects of letting LGBT+ degenerates thrive) in your garden.
The trap obviously does not want to reveal his true self, and the ladies have no idea who it is.
How do you get the trap to reveal his true self, doing one and only one very simple thing?
I'd probably ask them to pair up and take turns kicking each other in the crotch. Even if it fails to find the trap, at least I get some entertainment
You say "Eeeek! A penis!" and only the women will run around.
"AT LEAST ONE OF YOU IS A TRAP!"
Point to the rope in the shed.
Me again. Does the trap have a penis?
You are smarter than engineers right, /sci/?
Drops slightly. When the brick was in the boat, it can displace as much water as its weight. When it sinks, it only displaces as much water as its volume.
That's an empirical question. It's a waste of time to debate it without empirical tests and in this format
If an object sinks then its volume determines how much water it displaces; if it floats then it's the weight. Removing the brick from the boat changes its contribution of water displacement from mass to volume. A standard size brick displaces about 1.18 kg of water with volume, and has a weight of about 2.27 kg which is added to the boat's water displacement. Logically, anything that sinks will be denser than water, so the exact weights don't matter. Therefore the water would rise by a *very* small amount.
>>13796928 >would rise by a *very* small amount
You have no way of knowing unless you know the volume of the boat.
What is science's best answer to what happens to us after we die?
How was he wrong? No one’s solved it.
Ummm, sweaty? We've solved it. Science experts have determined that consciousness is an illusion. There is no fairytale magic behind you schizo christcuck. You're a computation.
>>13793299 >>13793617 >>13793628
scientifically there is no unique eternal substance or phenomenon making you or a soul. if something interacts with your body with any way we would have seen it. everything you are and do is a product of your body's processes. these stop working, you no longer exist and can never comeback as there is no essence or soul flying to a new body.
that's the "science" (more like materialist but those are the same) answer. you don't like it? go follow some shamanistic panpsychist philosophy or whatever. OP specifically asked for science's answer
So even if this Picture ia right. You still have no knowledge of the timeline before. So individually it ends for you. Even if you are reborn it is not you, because you have no link to the timeline before.
Is it too farfetched to think that when you die you will not-experience unimaginable amount of time (so basically, instantly) until there's the same exact configuration that makes you, you?
Maybe we will get to live this same live over and over again with some of our biases altered slightly in-between numerous birth and destruction of universe.
Hey /sci/, I'm looking for a bit of help here on safety with elements.
I want to build my own periodic table walmount display with like idk 10"x10" boxes for each element, and I would like to get samples of elements to go in them. I'm having trouble nailing down what elements i can/should do this with.
Since a bunch of elements are radioactive, I found a periodic table that showed elements by reactivity and removed them since I wouldn't want them in the house with me.
And gases and liquids would be a PITA to contain so i removed them for now as well.
After that I just started trying to research what is dangerous to handle, and apparently everything is depending on who you ask. Is there a resource that can better nail this down for me? I keep geting OSHA links when i try to research it.
what i have so far, but like tin and lead are labled as dangerous on some websites.
i know i should use gloves to handle lead but i CAN handle it.
Just 3d print models of them. It's far safer, and you're not running the risk of being assfucked by reactions.
Check out Periodic Videos on yt, they have a video on every element.
What's the best book on Quantum Mechanics for a retard like me so I can truly understand how reality works?
I got scientists telling me we're living inside a computer hard drive, and some saying the Universe is a hologram, and others telling me there's a trillion different versions of myself in other universes that aren't virgins, and I'm the only one that is.
WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE
Ffs this board is full of pseud fags. Read Griffiths first, then Sakurai, and then if you're up for it try Cohen-Tannoudji. For QFT you can try Collins or the gold standard Peskin Schroeder.
seriously tho what caused the buildings to magically turn into powder?
Direct Free-Energy Technology
Learning QM will tell you much about what reality does but little to nothing about how it works. Unlike most areas of physics, QM is disappointingly sparse in that department.
This is the best book for an intro, IMO.
Could somebody please explain to me what this is and how we know it is correct? I would appreciate if you put the concept in terms such that somebody absolutely new to the area can understand them.
>>13796670 >Matrix PDE QM only works with WFC
You have responded immediately instead of listening to a 17minute introductory fragment. I suggest you listen to it. If you don't know what a density matrix is or what a tensor product is, you have a fun opportunity to learn some QM(or non degenerate level linear algebra and representation theory beforehand), maybe even reprove yourself some no-go theorems if you so choose.
>>13796685 >You have responded immediately instead of listening to a 17minute introductory fragment. I suggest you listen to it. If you don't know what a density matrix is or what a tensor product is, you have a fun opportunity to learn some QM(or non degenerate level linear algebra and representation theory beforehand), maybe even reprove yourself some no-go theorems if you so choose.
you failed to address WAVE FUNCTION COLLAPSE for the third time. this isn't a discussion about QM. It's just COPE.
Imagine being so confident without understanding what the role of the observer is, much less what wave function collapse actually suggests and the various explanations for it.
Do you have a better theory, einstein?
Does the vaccine kill the VMAT-2 gene?