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/med/ - medicine general

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old thread >>12911579

We discuss research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor) make fun of gunner premeds and shitpost. Please keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K etc. oot 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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What's the answer to this?

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Can /sci/ find the answer to the frog riddle?
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Is Faucet Water Bad?

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I figure I've spent tons of money on bottled water over the years. The faucet water in my area is always very cloudy and has a strong taste to it, and I will never use it in cooking. However, I might've been able to save a couple grand over the years had I used regular, old faucet water to drink than bottled water. How unsafe is drinking water in the USA, typically? Would it be wise to invest in a faucet water filter?
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Is the meme that fluoride causes brain damage true or fake? Could it potentially harm the body in even small amounts?
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Why causes someone to have autism? Also is it genetic?
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What was the biggest mathematical ''leap'' in history?
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Is liberalism really better than AI controlled socialism?

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Look at this, it's some months old but it proves that an AI can obtain a better prosperity result compared to liberalism (on a simplified model but still very relevant).
Why shouldn't we start to implement AI's and use them to substitute for useless and corrupt politicians?
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>Mary is a brilliant scientist who is, for whatever reason, forced to investigate the world from a black and white room via a black and white television monitor. She specializes in the neurophysiology of vision and acquires, let us suppose, all the physical information there is to obtain about what goes on when we see ripe tomatoes, or the sky, and use terms like 'red', 'blue', and so on. She discovers, for example, just which wavelength combinations from the sky stimulate the retina, and exactly how this produces via the central nervous system the contraction of the vocal cords and expulsion of air from the lungs that results in the uttering of the sentence 'The sky is blue'. (…) What will happen when Mary is released from her black and white room or is given a color television monitor? Will she learn anything or not? It seems just obvious that she will learn something about the world and our visual experience of it. But then is it inescapable that her previous knowledge was incomplete. But she had all the physical information. Ergo there is more to have than that, and Physicalism is false.

how can they ever recover from this?
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>the original Wheels BTFO forever and ever
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1. College degree
2. Favourite classes
3. Classes you disliked the most
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