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Why has so much money been printed compared to other recessions?
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No.12968327 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What did he even mean by this? Waves, energy and particles aren’t real?
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No.12968338 ViewReplyOriginalReport
i want to prove the relation R := { (1,2), (3,2) } of the set { 1, 2, 3 } for transitivity

R is transitivity if \forall a , b, c \in A : (a,b) \in R \land (b,c) \in R \rightarrow (a,c) \in R

but the first part of the implication is never even fulfilled because there is never a (b,a) for any (a,b) in the relation

so is it transitiv or not?
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Is the male variability hypothesis true?
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No.12962848 ViewReplyOriginalReport
how they do this thing?
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Why medicine is the best science

No.12968621 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Here’s the redpill:

Basically everything we invent is going to have an effect on us. Since medical sciences invent things that directly interact with our body they have intuitively understood that new inventions need to follow a very strict path of trials and authorizations. This can suck sometimes since today there are drugs in trial phase that are decades old in technology.

Meanwhile some CS faggot invents an algorithm and a protocol, sets up a computer and now the Web is a thing. No psychologists are consulted, no anthropologists are questioned. Some new technology is released in the wild and humanity starts using it like little lab rats, except that whatever the effects are they can’t be stopped. Voting systems in social networks get implemented by some nobody in a cubicle and the BOOM mass psychological distress hits the world because of social media.

Technological advancement is supposed to make our life better, but only in a few selected areas people need to prove it when they present a new discovery.
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Statistics

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What's the best way to get a good grasp on it?
I know a large part is remembering the distributions, but a lot of those equations look ugly as shit like the normal and chi-square distribution.
And also, is statistics worth it?
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Why hasn't evolution been replicated in a lab?

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Seriously how hard it is to replicate macro evolution? Did anyone ever try proving evolution by making a bacteria evolve to a fly? Or even easier, make a bacteria evolve to a nematode
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Why don't telomere's become shorter in germ line cells?

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Telomeres become shorter over time in somatic cells, thereby causing aging.
How come telomeres don't become progressively shorter in the germ line cells as well? What biochemical mechanism is able to prevent this from happening?
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EXPLAIN DIFFERENTIAL FORMS TO ME OR I'LL FUCKING KILL YOU! DON'T DUMB IT DOWN INTO SOME VAGUE SHIT! EXPLAIN DIFFERENTIAL FORMS TO ME RIGHT NOW OR I'LL LITERALLY FUCKING KILL YOu! WHAT THE FUCK IS A K-FORM? WHAT THE FUCK ARE WEDGE PRODUCTS? DON'T DUMB IT DOWN OR I'LL FUCKING KILL YOU
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