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12588281 No.12588281 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Since math is just proportions and proportionality is an inherent property of the universe math is inherent to the universe as per MUH.

>> No.12588289

>>12588281
No.



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12588258 No.12588258 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hey everyone

I have the next few days free and want to work on a project.

What is the best COVID API? I'm going to define best as the most accurate and with the most detail. I would ideally want demographic and sex separated, but this has been increasingly hard to find.

Any help is great.

thanks



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12588250 No.12588250 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

There are two knights jousting and each has a clock. Let's assume they want to move their weapons in the striking position just before the strike. so if they do a dry run to see at what time they need to strike and then agree that they are gonna aim only when the clock shows this particular time, what will happen when they joust for real?

As I understand Einsteins relativity, from the perspective of each knight the other one should have a late moving clock (assuming they synchronized them before) and therefore each one should be able to pull the strike while the other is way too late for it, so each knight be victorious from his own perspective. But that is a contradiction. How to explain this?



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12588205 No.12588205 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

i spent 20 minutes trying to solve a problem that is impossible because i copied the wrong data from the manual

does this happen to you, /sci/?

>> No.12588212

>>12588205
>start a statistical analysis on data I collected
>mess up typing up one of them
>it ruins the whole analysis

>> No.12588242

>>12588205
Yes. All the time.



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12588021 No.12588021 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

>author is named Wang

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>authors name is Kumar/Gupta/Kapoor/Patel/etc

>> No.12588071

>Zhi, Bo, Wang, Zhu

>> No.12588108

>>12588071
>forgetting chief of department Zhang

>> No.12588111

>>12588071
>>12588108
Li, Deng, Li-Deng, Deng-Li Deng



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12588016 No.12588016 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

In various videos he has mentioned topics that are popular here. And it seems to be correlated (no data, sorry), that topics that get popular on here seem to be mentioned in his videos.
What triggered this for me is in a video he mentions about "mind's eye", or a lack of, which is a common topic here, particularly in the last year.
The way he discusses it is almost as if he is answering questions or statements we posted in the thread.

The other theory I have is that he must be scraping data from lots of websites related to concepts that wishes to discuss on his videos.
And then displays the information in some sort of application or RSS feed.

So everyone, say hello to Tom Scott.
I think linguistics is really cool.

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>> No.12588156

>>12588016
Reddit cross-posters, there are sadly a lot these days.

>> No.12588161

>>12588156
Reddit posting is sacrilege

>> No.12588192

>>12588115
post cock pls

>> No.12588263

>>12588016
Well, everyone knows about 4chan. It's a site that heavily influences even American election results.
I am sure Tom has visitted here at least once.
Maybe he liked it and stayed, just like the rest of us.

>> No.12588271

Tom if you want to be a cool guy you can include a seemingly innocuous nod to us. Say anything about owls in your next video and we'll know you're one of us.



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12587999 No.12587999 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

just posting a stupid paragraph
nothing else
read it if you want
i didnt say shit

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jlcr.2919



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12587994 No.12587994 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How to get more intelligence? I lack social skills. I need intelligence to become rich and become a senator someday. I have many failed grades in my college transcript. How to become more charismatic and be the life of the party. I need a congress or senate seat and some day become president.



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12587945 No.12587945 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Where can I upload my linguistics research?>

>> No.12588220

Bump!



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12587913 No.12587913 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

For me, it's [math]\aleph_{69}[/math].



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12587883 No.12587883 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

>go to bed watching car videos
>have dream about being stabbed multiple times, dying, and waking up over and over again
>each time is a different scenario
>even ask if I'm dreaming and what year it is in my dream
>doesn't work, get chased and stabbed anyway
>last one, get wrapped up in an fence and thrown into a river after being chased
>eventually wake up in my own bed, took me like an hour to leave my room because I was scared someone was outside
Why do dreams seem to bend to the idea of what dreams are? Why can I not wake myself up even when I try to and I'm sure it's a dream? What's the deal with waking up multiple times? Pic unrelated

>> No.12587907

When I quantum image stream with my eyes open, without thinking about any object in particular, I get the same effect.

I think it's because our third eye is closed and we're opening it too fast. I.e. we need an object to 'meditate' on and learn about with it.

If you do it haphazardly you're going to have to face the consequences of life. Which may be early childhood trauma (for me). All your triggers will flood your dreams.

>> No.12587957

>>12587907
Dawg I've done psychedelics too shut the fuck up

>> No.12587962

>>12587957
Hmm. Your brain is overwhelmed and needs to work on less things at a time, I think.



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12587881 No.12587881 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

This is /lit/ territory now

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>> No.12587986

>>12587899
>he buys textbook

also

>no black hand

KYS

>> No.12588057

>>12587981
mommy

>> No.12588060

>>12587881
imagine taking moral lessons from books.
you guys really aren't any better than the whole "trump is voldemort!" crew.

>> No.12588075

>>12587986
>>no black hand
??

>> No.12588148

>>12587963
It's this kind of escalation that will someday start an all-boards war



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12587856 No.12587856 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Which one is easier to terraform? Mars or Venus?

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>> No.12587862

>>12587856
Terraforming is pipe dream. Mars doesn't have a strong magnetic field to hold all the atmosphere. Venus has too much atmosphere.

>> No.12587877

>>12587856
Venus. It'll be a good sandbox to get some practice in unfucking global warming.

>> No.12587887

>>12587856
venus. as the other anon said the martian magnetic field is too weak which is a result of its internal composition, which would be an infinitely more expensive operation. though i wouldnt agree its a pipe dream.

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12588188

>>12587856
Okay guys, hear me out...
We colonize the Sun.
> Infinite solar energy
> Instant god-tier tan for all colonists
> We don't need to go anywhere for materials because its immense gravity brings things to us

>> No.12588213

>>12587877
>>12587887
Isn’t it too hot though?



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12587830 No.12587830 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Pseudo-science like that is why computer science is not about computers and not about science, therefore all comp sci grads are flaming faggots.


https://www.mpg.de/16231640/0108-bild-computer-scientists-we-wouldn-t-be-able-to-control-superintelligent-machines-149835-x?c=2249



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12587813 No.12587813 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

>rote work
>medium tier job openings and salary
>gets mogged down by software fags

>> No.12587816

>jobs
Go to /biz/.

>> No.12588010

>>12587813
No, but you should get yourself some software engineering skills before hunting a job.

>> No.12588028

>>12587813
No. All jobs are needed, no job is more important than another. If you want money you need to start a business. If you want a high salary become a surgeon in the USA.

>> No.12588079

Doctors and Lawyers are the biggest chads

>> No.12588110

>>12588028
> no job is more important than another
I don't know about that one. A job is a job and no shame in working but some jobs are critical.



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12587805 No.12587805 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How are you maximizing your chances of reaching the singularity anons

>> No.12587926

>>12587805
I squeeze toothpaste directly into my rectum

>> No.12587928

>>12587805
By talking about Roko's Basilisk

>> No.12587929

Nothing admit we won't reach it and move on

>> No.12587946

If you will reach singluarity, it will restore you from simulation backups. So no need to live long.



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12587743 No.12587743 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Patchouli belongs to /lit/

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>>12587743
Do you want us to stop posting Patchouli or something?

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>>12587783
Yes! Let's (stop)!



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12587718 No.12587718 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Post science-related studies you recently read that changed your whole worldview.

>> No.12587730

i have loose black bussy then.



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12587683 No.12587683 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

So you like math, huh?
name all the numbers.

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>>12587683
Let A be the set of all the numbers.

>> No.12587716

>>12587711
>Let A be
Nah.

>> No.12587725

>>12587716
p-pretty please?

>> No.12587901

>>12587683
Not all numbers have a name, anon.

>> No.12588193

>>12587711
and what if A doesn't want to be the set of all the numbers?



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12587672 No.12587672 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I'm fascinated by the idea of looking at ourselves from the perspective of a non-human sentience. The utterly un-experiencable.

If so, then how do we come across according to our own ethical and moral codes when we are judged as impartially as possible by said sentience?

And just in general... If the sentience could not establish meaningful communication with us (a la Polaris), what do we look like to them? Do they find us amusing? Are we cute and cuddly? Unruly? Hard to control? Fun to hang with? Terrifying?

Just... how are we?

(pic mostly unrelated)

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>> No.12587756

>>12587717
Man, I'm too high so I'm gonna stop reading about roko's basilisk...

>> No.12587827

>>12587756
wise move. not worth it outside the meme value
>another time perhaps.

>> No.12587835

>>12587733
>>>26059554
disturbing findings re the bot test btw..

>> No.12587842

One does not meet oneself until one catches the reflection from an eye other than human - Loren Eiseley

>> No.12587855

they don't give a shit, it is the only reasonable explanation

they already understand everything about us and probably better than ourselves, if they wanted something from us they'd have taken it by now, if they didn't want us to exist, we wouldn't, they could kill us all in an instant with a swarm of undetectable nanomachines that deliver neurotoxins or something, we'd all drop dead like sacks of potatoes, our civilization would erode, herds of feral cattle would graze in our parks as they migrate across the plains, gradually evolving back into aurochs, only knowing it as an unusually rocky area



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