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the ugly truth

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does andenochrome exist? Not neccesarily in humans,but in other mammals. If I violently beat an animal to dead and then drink its blood,eat it's organs and meat;will I get some benefit?
this questions may seem inmoral but facts are facts.
I want to know if a diet of meat,organs and blood will make smarter or strong or both.
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Since I have seen a lot of self learning stuff around here, I want to ask for materials or help to increase my general knowledge of everything quickly (i have a lot of time to spare). Since this kind of task is not one that can be approached linearly, what is the best way to do this or even know the specific list of fields i should know?
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Corona

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It's contained boys, y'all can go home.

short 3m.
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WTF is this real?
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Apparently the Babylonians invented integral calculus.
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/babylonians-tracked-jupiter-with-fancy-math-tablet-reveals/
>"It sounds minute for a layperson, but this geometry is of a very special kind that is not found anywhere else, for instance, in ancient Greek astronomy," Ossendrijver said. "It is an application in astronomy that was totally new. Thus far everybody thought Babylonian scholars only computed with numbers."

>The tablet has long been in the collection at the British Museum in London, and it was likely created in Babylon (located in modern-day Iraq) between 350 and 50 B.C. Ossendrijver recently deciphered the text, and he described his discovery in an article that's featured on the cover of the journal Science this week.

>From his office at Humboldt University here in Berlin, which is decorated with posters of both the Ishtar Gate and the Antikythera mechanism(thought to be the world's oldest known computer), he explained that the tablet plots the apparent decreasing velocity of Jupiter from the planet's first appearance along the horizon, to 60 days later, and then 120 days later. If drawn on a graph, this relationship is represented in the shape of two conjoined trapezoids. The area of each trapezoid describes Jupiter's total displacement (measured in degrees) along the ecliptic, or the path of the sun.

>Ancient Greek mathematicians and astronomers were using geometry around the same time, but only to make calculations involving real, 3D space, such as using circles torepresent the orbits of planets around Earth. Students of math might take it for granted today, but the abstract use of geometry was, until now, unheard of at the time.

>Current textbooks on the history of math say this invention took place around A.D. 1350.
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its over /sci/
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Does /sci/ ever discuss Christopher Langan and his CTMU?

He seems like an interesting Chappie...
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Is psychiatry cringe or redpilled?
Surely it can't be as challenging as neurosurgery
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China virus

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It's just another nothingburger. We won't get millions of deaths.
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I'm permanently stuck in fantasies of me curing some medical disease

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I'm 28 years old, last year of medical school. I'm not nearly smart or productive enough to achieve any of this. Is there anyone way to leave this permanent loop of fantasies (i have various others ones too giving my lifetime of gaming) other then working? i have no friends or relationships. I'm getting too old for this, yet whenever i'm amongst people in a non work setting i just can't wait to get home set up some music and get caught in fantasies.
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