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Is economics a science?
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>be me
>discover /sci/
>look forward to interesting discussions about math and science
>only find threads from people confused about basic mathematical concepts and topics unrelated to math or science

why is /sci/ like this?
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/sci/ cannot refute this
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There are three primary purposes for a vaccination program.
1) Behavior modification and selective intelligence reducton.
2) Population management. That is average lifespan, disease incidence, and fertiliity management.
3) Leverage and psychosocial control. Establish a pretext to inject everyone with whatever you want, essentially whenever you want. Apply the agricultural model to human beings to keep them within your control, and your domain. Clip their wings, band them, brand them, tag them, herd them, whatever it takes. Create solidarity by inducing and normalizing sickness. Nanomachines / RF sensitive gene insertion to use their bodies as storage devices, transceivers, computation devices. All in service of the central banker et al's war to end all wars.

There you go. Decide what path you want to go down. Submit to their script, ie get clamped, or find your own way. This may be your last chance.
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Against Nature

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If evolution deemed it a benefit to have pubic hair then why are women in such a hurry to shave it off? It seems like it would be inconvenient in more than one way. It takes time, you have to buy pubic hair removal products, the prickly itchy feeling as hair regrows..... But the worst thing is regressing backwards to a child-like state like pic shows. What are women trying to do here?
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>There are an infinite number
of correct answers—and wrong ones too.
Best examples of humor in textbooks/scientific articles thread.
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Best way to start studying right

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want to start boosting my gpa and wanted to see what the brilliant minds on my favorite Singaporean fish fermentation forums had. I have started reading again, not for knowledge, but to wind down before bed and calm my brain down. feels good
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What is the best /sci/fi movie?

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STEM Career General - /scg/

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Welcome to STEM Career General!
This thread exists to posit 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:
>https://sciencecareergeneral.neocities.org/
>*The author is seeking additional input to diversify the content into containing all STEM fields (currently only physics is present)

No anons have answered your question? Perhaps try posting it here:
>https://academia.stackexchange.com/

NOTE: Any useful resources relayed in this thread will be included in future /scg/ threads. Additionally, I will be working on a dedicated platform serving as a safe space (unironically) for STEM academics (and academics in general) to discuss taboo subjects without risking their position/tenure. Upon completion it will be announced here!
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