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YLYL
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But he's not wrong.
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>>9666239
Is this loss?
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>>9666239
I don't see the issue with the second one.
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>>9666811
It's a headphone jack.
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>>9666814
It's an iPod shuffle.
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>>9666823
Is this ss13?
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>>9665993
Is funny because it's true.
Einstein, Feynman, Stephen Hawkins and many other Physicists intruded in other fields.

Feynman for example shitted on NASA engineers when the space shuttle blown up.

Physicists that deny global warming are:
Freeman Dyson (Princeton),
Ivar Giaever (nobel),
Denis Rancor (Ottawa U)
Steven E. Koonin (NY U),
Khabibullo Abdussamatov (Russia academy of Sciences),
Sallie Baliunas (Harvard),
David Douglass (Rochester U),
William Happier (Princeton),
Nicola Scafetta (Duke U) ,
Willie Soon (Harvard) ,
Henrik Svensmark ( Danish National Space Center)
and many more


Why there are so many Physicists that deny global warming?
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>>9667100
Ask them
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>>9667100
they know something we dont
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>>9666831
Pls explain
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>>9666831
Possibly the dumbest thing I've ever lost to
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>its time to shit up the thread
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>>9667100
>Why there are so many Physicists that deny global warming?
because there's no man-made global warming
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>>9666814
That's how you charged that model anon, I know you just turned 18...
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>>9666831
Pure topology is irrelevant autism.
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>>9667100
>Why there are so many Physicists that deny global warming?
There are two parts to a credible "scientific consensus":
1) general agreement among specialists in the field that the claim is correct,
2) general agreement among scientists in other fields that the scientists in this particular field are reliable when making such claims.

There is a consensus of climatologists that global warming is real, man-made, and a serious danger. There is no consensus of the scientific community that climatologists could tell their ass from a hole in the ground.
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>>9667404
>There is no consensus of the scientific community that climatologists could tell their ass from a hole in the ground.
Yes there is. The physicists that deny AGW are a small minority.
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>>9667410
The scientists that don't consider climatologists sufficiently competent and honest to be relied upon to make the statement that AGW is real and dangerous are either a large minority or a majority. They're certainly not some marginal group that can be dismissed as opposing a consensus.
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>>9667418
Source?
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>>9667100
Feynman gave a practical view as to why the challenger exploded, which was a concer even a lot of folk in NAZA had, that's not really intruding in any field, cold materials contract, that's undergrad thermodynamics. I don't know what you are saying with Einstein and Hawkings.

Also, that's not many, and a lot you listed don't deny it per se, but deny the predictive power of certain models as to how fucked the earth coukd get and it is still a minority in the physics community.
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>>9667418
>The scientists that don't consider climatologists sufficiently competent and honest to be relied upon to make the statement that AGW is real and dangerous are either a large minority or a majority.
What are you basing that on? IIRC, outside of groups like petroleum engineers most scientific fields have pretty broad agreement on AGW.
If what you were saying was true we'd see physicist organizations putting out statements rejecting climate change. Instead the reverse has happened. For instance, from the American Physical Society:
https://www.aps.org/policy/statements/15_3.cfm
>While natural sources of climate variability are significant, multiple lines of evidence indicate that human influences have had an increasingly dominant effect on global climate warming observed since the mid-twentieth century.
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>>9667472
>If what you were saying was true we'd see physicist organizations putting out statements rejecting climate change.
Scientists don't generally speak through their organizations. Those organizations are political, not scientific.
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>>9667476
What parameters do you believe are sufficient to distinguish between politcal societies and scientific ones? How on earth is the APS a political organization? Do you have claims through other organizations you consider "scientific" that actually have signatures and claima that suppory your argument?
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>>9667489
>What parameters do you believe are sufficient to distinguish between politcal societies and scientific ones?
It doesn't matter, because we're not talking about a "consensus of scientific organizations". Only individual members of the scientific community matter.
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>>9667504
Then again, why all surveys contradict your claim?
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>>9667508
>all surveys contradict your claim
They don't. The only surveys that find a "consensus" are of climatologists.
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>>9667510
>cs people being able to create a simulation
I laughed
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>>9667515
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/4/048002/meta here you have. Try to read beyond the abstract.
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>>9667527
>literally create a realistic representation of the universe with the whole star catalog in c++ on 1GB
"hurr cs people are dumb"
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>>9667515
>The only surveys that find a "consensus" are of climatologists.
You're just pulling this stuff out your ass, aren't you?
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/10/9/094025/meta
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>>9667540
Post git, smart guy, héhé
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>>9667157
hearty kek
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>>9667556
>not knowing about space engine
come on faggot, dont embarass yourself
its even free and made by one guy, just google it
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>>9665993
>No nigger jokes.
>not a single intelligible joke
I genuinely feel bad for you soulless egg heads.
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>>9667588
>>no nigger jokes
Underage newfags are and will always be the cancer killing this site.
>>not a singingle intelligible joke
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>>9666831
>>9667157
>>9667362
There is no joke that anyone with interest in science and math couldn't not understand. They are mostly shit though.
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>>9667100
because they're smart and woke amirite
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>>9667262
Maybe this person was auto-banned for saying "invalid" because the server uses a very broad list of banned strings?
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>>9667581
>its even free and made by one guy, just google it
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>>9667627
>SpaceEngine is in beta status and is currently freeware for Microsoft Windows
just fuck off LARPing retard
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>>9667627
>Russian astronomer
>CS
Ahahaha, that's what I said, no way a CS dude would be able to make a simulation past the game of life. That guy's an astronomer. CS student BTFO again. Studying CS is like studying screw drivers it's for brainlets.
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>>9667633
that is a different thing from free
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>>9667638
>create one of the most advanced simulations by yourself, using procedural generation, realistic shaders and seeds masterfully
>implement various equations you know from your 2 year astronomy degree
>work your ass off making this masterpiece
"heh but hes an astronomer so it doesnt count"
also
>astronomer AND programmer
>completely ignoring the second part
lets just both admit that an astronomer couldnt program that shit, and a CS grad couldnt develop it without the astronomy knowledge
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>>9667641
>muh freedumb software
fuck off to /g/, stallman.
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>>9667641
>make the most realistic and highly praised simulation of the universe all by yourself in your fucking freetime
>"you have to make it open source"
only >>>/g/fags can be this retarded
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>>9667655
>Biology dude: know how to program
>Physic dude: know how to program
>Math dude: know how to program
>Chemistry dude: know how to program
>Fucking sociologist: know how to program
>Fucking economist: know how to program
>Fucking CS student: know how to program
>7 years old kids: know how to program

It's easy to be a programmer, you only need an IQ of 89.
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>>9667665
what was the point of creating educational stuff if you limit how people can learn from it
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>>9667667
Maybe programming should be mandatory in high school, like math
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>>9667667
>this is what /sci/ fags unironically believe
yeah, tell me when you made your first simulation with
> inertia, realistic gravity wells, and atmospheric dynamics
> warp drive based on the Alcubierre drive
>gravitational redshift exerted by black holes, and the theoretical redshift produced by the warp drive
>masterful usage of OpenGL shaders and C++ knowledge so good you can compress a universe with more stars than our Universe into less than 1.5GB
>>9667671
the software itself is free you retard
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>>9667782
proof that engineers are more pathetic than /cs/lets
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>>9667682
>the software itself is free you retard
maybe free of cost, but what is the point of it if nobody can learn from how it works?
Is it just a simulation for people to jerk off to the visuals of?
Nobody can read the source to see how it works and learn from that
Maybe if it was a productivity-program say for 3D modelling or audio editing where there is "competition" and "hiding away" how your program works because of "muh trade sekrits", there might be some argument
but this is seemingly just an educational thing and not sharing the source makes no sense
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>>9667782
>mfw I have mistaken a letter or symbol for part of the model/figure/simply not the actual letter/symbol it was
I feel so dumb when I realize
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>>9667540
It is just formulas derived by physicists seeded with data gathered by astronomers.. It isn't really a simulation of the universe, it is a simple simulation dressed up to look like the universe. Idk why you think it is any more impressive than any other game.
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>>9667627
>>>/g/ with your FOSS shit, you know what anon meant
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>>9669144
>unironically asking this question
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>>9667163
Jesus Christ.
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>>9669144
>"its not amazing and other space games definitely look better!!!"
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>>9667175
Topological calculations always go smoothly.
Geometric calculations are a pain in the ass.
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>>9668050
>1892
wh-
>america
oh
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>>9667472
Discouraging that people claiming to be scientists or intelligent can be this naive. Organizations will not collectively reject theses promoted by global multinational corporations and things like the UN and federal governments, which control their funding and whether or not they are ostracized/barred from further employment. There is a political and economic conspiracy behind the pushing of global man made warming for the incentives and profits of the few
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>>9667100
Feynman was invited to be on that committee and he didn't even want to go on it but his wife bugged him to.
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>>9667157
>>9667162
why are all topology jokes shit? actually I know why
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>>9669186
lets throw in some calculus:
two infinite groups of mathematicians walk into a bar. the first group begins with the scientist saying: "I'll have one glass of beer." the second says "I'll have a half of a glass", the third "I'll have a quarter"
The bartender fills two glasses and says to the other "i know this joke, let them have it. you just fill two glasses when the amount starts decreasing."
the second bartender who has to serve the second group of infinite mathematicians thinks: alright, this should be easy. and so it begins:
the first one says "i'll have a full glass pls"
the second one says "i'll have a half of a glass"
the bartender alreary starts pouring the two drinks, but suddenly the third proclaims:
"One third of a glass please."
"Oh fuck you."
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>>9669159
You only server to prove my point.. The black hole in interstellar should have looked more like bottom pick than top pick because of its spin, the choose the more artistic visual so it would be less confusing and more impactful for the audience. Now I don't know the spin speed of that black hole from the space engine pic >>9669157, but it was made to look like the black hole calculated by the astrophysicists hired for interstellar, the people actually making universe simulators, which need to run on super computers. The actually impressive stuff. Sure, space engine does a good job keeping it around 1GB, but it looks like mostly the look is from shaders, not textures, which is what bloats games anyway. The actual science and simulation was all figured out elsewhere and just ported into the game. When the star catalog is updated, space engine updates to match. When a new astrophysics discovery is made, space engine is again updated to match. It isn't simulating the universe, it is modifying a simulation to mirror the universe. Space engine doesn't predict where new planets will be found, ACTUAL simulators do that.

http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0264-9381/32/6/065001/meta

Link to PDF from interstellar. Page 22 they say they used the visual of the slower spinning black hole instead of the one for the high spin black hole needed for the plot.

I never claimed other space games look better. I claimed space engine is no more impressive than other games in general.
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>>9669191
>making the best looking and most realistic space simulator in all of computing history all by yourself isn't considered as an achievement by /sci/
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>>9667667
>>Biology dude: know how to program
>>Physic dude: know how to program
>>Math dude: know how to program
>>Chemistry dude: know how to program
>>Fucking sociologist: know how to program
>>Fucking economist: know how to program
>>Fucking CS student: know how to program well
ftfy
>>7 years old kids: know how to program
Ok, now I know you're baiting or retarded. Copying "Hello World" off the internet is not "knowing how to program"
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>>9667667
>Biology dude: know how to program
>Physic dude: know how to program
>Math dude: know how to program
>Chemistry dude: know how to program
>Fucking sociologist: know how to program
>Fucking economist: know how to program
>Fucking CS student: doesn't know how to program
>7 years old kids: know how to program
ftfy
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>>9667100
>Ivar Giaever (nobel),
In this video he acknowledge that the climate panel is lead by a glorious railway engineer: https://youtu.be/SXxHfb66ZgM
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>>9665993 >>9667100 >>9667435

Many Right wing Scientists who speak against SJW leftists only reveal they "power level" after Tenured, when they can't get fired.

For instance. James Watson (Nobel) said that Blacks are retarded.

SJWs percecute right wing Scientists, calling them old cranks with dementia.
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>>9669388
>co-co-discovers the shape of a molecule
>suddenly knows all of genetics and it's implications
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>>9669395
>t. nigger
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>>9669395
James Watson is one of the greatest geneticists and Nobel laureates ever.
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>>9667100
>Freeman Dyson denies climate change
Stopped right there because that's not true in the least. Just because some idiot can't comprehend what Dyson says and misinterprets his thoughts doesn't mean the idiot is right.
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>>9667271
That’s a good one
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>>9669459

Hear it from Dyson 's mouth

https://youtu.be/fmy0tXcNTPs
>Freeman Dyson: Climate Change Predictions Are "Absurd"
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>>9669447
based
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>>9667100
Looked up Denis rancor and from what I've read it seems he was fired for political reasons. Canadian universities make me mad
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>>9665993
>this smbc
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>>9669388
>>9669590
>What makes Dr. Watson’s and Mr. Wade’s statements so insidious is that they start with the accurate observation that many academics are implausibly denying the possibility of average genetic differences among human populations, and then end with a claim — backed by no evidence — that they know what those differences are and that they correspond to racist stereotypes. They use the reluctance of the academic community to openly discuss these fraught issues to provide rhetorical cover for hateful ideas and old racist canards.

David Reich, genetecist
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>>9669609
>das racist
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>>9669199
>Copying "Hello World" off the internet is not "knowing how to program"
tell that to all the CS students
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>>9669609
>backed by no evidence
What did he mean by this?
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>>9667763
does anyone have the phage one?
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nvm, found it
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>>9667271
I had a wee kek
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>>9669500
>Hear it from Dyson 's mouth
Why should I care what Dyson thinks about a subject he has no involvement in?
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>>9669991
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>>9670097
Dyson's opinions don't represent the consensus of physicists.
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>>9669163
I do not understand your insight, annon
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>>9669500
Here's what I heard:
We are affecting the environment, and that means it could be heating or cooling.
We should do something about it since catastrophe is inevitable whether it has to do with the climate or not.

He didn't deny climate change at all, and if you truly believe he said that in that video, then your mind is so jumbled I could never in a million years explain to you why you're wrong. Stay ignorant, my friend.
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>>9670143
>He didn't deny climate change at all,
Yes he did, he just carefully worded his denial to make it sound like a "moderate" stance.

Claiming that "the climate has always been changing" is deliberately misleading - it's technically true, but obscures the rate of change, which is what is important. The"not spectacular" approaches he advocates for aren't nearly sufficient, and only address the symptoms and not the cause. He admits "we're having some impact on the climate", but ignores that the impact is close to 100% of the observed changes.

If you're dying from disease then a person who insists you stay away from doctors is not helping you, even if they think you should take some vitamin tablets.
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>>9669388
He stole his nobel price winning work from a woman. He also claimed that melanin was linked to libido (without proof) and showed a picture of a sad Kate Moss to "prove" that thin people are unhappy
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>>9667900
10 or 15 depending what counts as "irl accomplishments"
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>>9668050
>scientifically and practically correct
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>>9670143
>We are affecting the environment, and that means it could be heating or cooling.
How are we effecting the environment? By releasing massive amounts of CO2, which causes what? Warming, not cooling. Yaaaaaaay you did it, I'm so proud of you!

The fact that you can't even recognize climate change denial as climate change denial just shows how delusional deniers are.
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>>9669459 >>9670125 >>9669991 >>9667404
Freeman Dyson denied the impact of Global Warming publicly several times

>Note: Freeman Dyson is professor emeritus in the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmy0tXcNTPs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kSnd8t4ceQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pou3sGedeK4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiKfWdXXfIs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTSxubKfTBU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aAwmmpdIgk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1v5I70Gt_NQ
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>>9669163
>J. S. Christopher
>Blackheath, England
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>>9670143
Here's what I heard:

We are effecting the environment. We don't know if we're heating it or cooling it and we don't know whether heating it or cooling it males thongs better or worse.
Independent of our actions, the environment is changing. We dont know how much is or isn't us, but we know that a lot of it isn't. Or models aren't good enough to predict what will happen or to explain many historical changes.
Limiting changes is difficult and expensive; further, it is difficult to evaluate. Limiting damages is easy to do, easy to evaluate, (relatively) inexpensive, and needs to happen anyways.

And he tip-toes around it, but "activists" getting rich off of "limiting changes" is a big issue (middle-men inventing new niches to leech money is an issue in general really).
Like those "diversity trainers" companies hire that have been shown to increase discrimination against the groups they advocate for.
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Can someone please post the one with "a square is the special case of a 2 dimensional n-gon with n=4"?
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>>9667100
>so many
>lists 12
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>>9670486
won't heating the environment assrape ecosystems via crossing certain chemical thresholds that have to do with growth and enzymes and pH and whatever
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>>9670486
Does Exxon pay you per shitty Youtube link? Because global warming is going to cause desertification and an ecological crisis in the oceans as calcareous shells begin to weaken from increased acidity.
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>>9666239
If you were able to trap an electric current in a loop with bottom left, couldn't it be used to charge something for a split second?

Honest question.
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>>9671656
Wrong. "Global worming" will cause deserts to become lush as plant respiration looses less water at higher CO2 levels and warmer temperatures leads to increased global rainfall.

Carbon is used in the construction of shells, most shelled organisms have stronger shells even at 900ppm co2 levels (200 year predicted levels). You dont really start seeing problems for most of them untell you reach the ludicrous levels of 2800+ ppm of co2, even then some species (like crabs and lobsters) thrive with the strongest shells ever seen.

http://www.whoi.edu/oceanus/v2/viewArticle.do?id=52990

Do you do any research or thought into this shit before making your baseless claims?
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>>9671656
https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/carbon-dioxide-fertilization-greening-earth
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What's one thing Watson did in the field of genetics?
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>>9667404

There also exists a consensus among astrologers that astrology is meaningful.
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>>9667508
>conduct survey of scientist
>don't like result so limit to just respondents who primarily work in one field who's funding is predicated on alarmist
>remove respondents who disagree with your viewpoint

Voila 97% of dentists recommend crest.
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>>9667549
>scientists at universities

The same places that employ self identified communists as sociologist professors at a rate that is 2000% higher than self identified republicans.

Yup. nice forum shopping there for your survey.
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>>9669719
I almost fucking imploded
Literally
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>>9671727
What does communism have to do with climate
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>>9671517
dont have that but similar
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>>9671673
there is no voltage source in that circuit. you'd have delta V = 0. by ohms law current is zero.
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>>9671701
print his name on Crick's paper
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>>9667596
kek
underrated
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>>9670435
>womyn does some xray diffraction
>doesn't recognise importance of results, sets them aside
>more intelligent guy comes along and recognises the implications of her results
>uses them to construct an accurate model of DNA

Should she have shared in the nobel prize? Sure, but I think she died before it was awarded anyway.
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>>9669609
>IQ studies/twin studies controlling for >muh social environment consistently show that blacks have low IQ, and that it tends to correlate far more with genetics than "muh social pressures"
>no evidence
what a retard
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>>9671781
I think the joke went over my head, can anyone explain?
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>>9671818
It's a jab at engineers being grunt-level ants who use things without needing to understand them, which culminates in the semen-lip remark.

The relevant part is the extra joke at the end though.
>First I just imagine n dimensions, then set n equal to 7
The joke here is that imagining n dimensions is a bit silly and that the advice is unhelpful to people who aren't used to imagining more than 3.
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>>9670486
Imagine being this retarded
Why do people take this idiot seriously?
>better off being warmer
Yeah, we had no proper winter last year and then there were little to no harvests because vegetation cycles got fucked, while the pests and bacteria which normally get fucked by frost didn't
So fucking good!
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>>9671776

It is an indicator how abnormal university staff is in there beliefs of simple things like political structure. Few Americans are communists but they outnumber conservatives 50 to one in university sociology programs. Polling university staff is not a good place to poll people if you are after a realistic representation of a larger group.
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>>9671695
You know this already happened, right? Just look to the conditions we saw in the last great hothouse environment, the late Cretaceous period. Calcareous organisms underwent a shift from aragonitic shells to calcitic, but this change is on such a short time frame that they may not be able to adapt. We also see the widespread presence of continental deserts throughout the Cretaceous hothouse.
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>>9671869
>It is an indicator how abnormal university staff is in there beliefs of simple things like political structure.
Even accepting that as true, why are their political views relevant at all here?

>Polling university staff is not a good place to poll people if you are after a realistic representation of a larger group.
Do you have any evidence that the views on climate change of university-employed scientists are different from scientists outside universities?
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>>9666198
that's the point
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>>9671854
>Why do people take this idiot seriously?
You are insulting a genius level professor emeritus in Mathematical Physics from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton,
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>>9665993
:l
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>>9671854
>Climate change is part of the normal order of things, and we know it was happening before humans came. - Freeman Dyson
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>>9672294
>You are insulting a genius level professor emeritus in Mathematical Physics from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton,
All the titles in the world don't prevent you from looking silly if you spout nonsense on a topic you don't understand.
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>>9671715
As it has already been mentioned here, the lower bound on academia is 90 percent in worst case scenario and the larger the consensus is highly correlated to knowledge about the subject.
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>>9672537
>We need to implement the optimal carbon tax in order to prevent climate change from impacting economic growth
>We need massive investment in nuclear power
>t. economist
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>>9671854
>Yeah, we had no proper winter last year
>>9672294

weather /= climate

Any idiot knows this. The flip side is that nobodies can be taken more seriously than "experts" when they don't spout nonsense.
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>>9672565
meant for>>9672537
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>>9669190
Cause the second group doesn't converge
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>>9671788
he did not, you soyboy can go back to plebbit
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>>9667157
what is knot theory
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>>9672302
*sets your car on fire*
Yeah don't worry, your car's temperature has changed before
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>>9671843
Your new is showing.
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>>9667376
i dont get it
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>>9672565
>2017-2018 had the coldest winter in decades
>evidence for global warming

>weather isn't climate.
>warmer climate = hot weather
>colder weather = warmer climate

>hot weather is always evidence for Global warming
>cold weather is never evidence for Global warming
>because reasons

>seasonal fires in California that happens frequently for thousands of years
>it's waaaaaaarming!!

>coldest winter in years, with snow storms freezing temperature, Snow falling in Italy
>it's waaaaaaarming!! hotter than ever!!

https://youtu.be/s_UIeu7I8CI

makes (you) think
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>>9672680
yes, that is indeed the joke
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>>9672926
kek
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>>9671171
>Like those "diversity trainers" companies hire that have been shown to increase discrimination against the groups they advocate for.
Where is de broof :DDD
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>>9672918
>2017-2018 had the coldest winter in decades
Here's the Dec-Jan-Feb averages for the northern hemisphere for the last thirty years. 2018 was one of the warmest winters on record.
Data is from GISTEMP -- https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabledata_v3/NH.Ts+dSST.txt

>makes (you) think
It certainly does. Next time you lie on the internet, do it about something that's not so easy to check.
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>>9672912
The M stands for Martian
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>>9670435
>He stole his nobel price winning work from a woman
But he didn't.

First off, you can't give nobel prizes to people who are dead.
Second off, she didn't even realize that significance of her own work.
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>>9669609
>What makes these statements so insidious is because he's making claims on things which we are explicitly prohibited from studying in the first place. Which is unfair, because I wanted to make my own claims first.
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>>9672918
>it's cold where I live, therefore the whole planet must be cold!

Nope.

https://weather.com/news/climate/news/2017-12-20-alaska-warm-december-winter
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>>9667596
Pretty good.
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>>9669719
>I murder people for the fun of it.
>So I must be a psychopathic serial killer.
Things you do have an impact upon the impression you give to those around you. Whether you want them to or not, a stupid retarded sign isn't going to change that.
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>>9672911
10/10
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>>9673050
seems like a serious flaw in his plan then
but how is that a joke
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>>9665993
two atoms are walking along
one says he thinks he dropped an electron
the other asks if he is sure
the first responds yes im sure
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>>9673341
The jurors, obviously.
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>>9673248
Lost
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>>9673478
reddit tier
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>>9673478
Good thread.
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space engine tards are just children who like looking at pretty pictures
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>>9673486
>Greentext stories are Reddit
How new are you?
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>>9673334
i chuckled
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>>9673497
<Greentext stories are Reddit
to be fair they are
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>>9672956
Come back when you have a model that can tell me how much of that was human intervention and how much of that was business as usual.
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>>9673518
So, you're THAT new.
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>>9673341
Well, my original solution was to do the action to kill the one, which is further restated in the comic when it says I'm trial for murder, and not several counts of murder. The option is to clearly not due anything since it wouldn't be my fault according to the trial and they'd have to find a new jury.
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>>9673202
i hate this because i remember when this was posted and the faggot who posted it screenshotted it himself and started to spread it himself. he's a fucking tryhard loser
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>>9672944
This article has a link to a review of a bunch of studies on the subject
>https://hbr.org/2016/07/why-diversity-programs-fail
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>>9669719
fuck, lost hard.
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>>9673574
explain? are there actually functions that are continous but not differentiable at any point? how is that even possible?
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>>9673322
lol
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>>9673578
infinite sums basically
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>>9673578
yes, the function is a fractal.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weierstrass_function
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>>9673578
look up wierstrauss function.
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>>9673596
>>9673597
ahh makes sense. but only if the fractal has infinite depth
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>>9673341
Are the jurors perfectly rational and unwilling to absolve me for saving them?
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>>9671656
You got a single fact to back that baseless assertion
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>>9673328
>Vim user
goddamn it, why does this faggot have to have good taste in text editors?
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>>9673731
Blame the education system.
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>>9673248
I-I don't get it.
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>>9669395

His statements were about intelligence differences and nobody cares since he's right and we know this because of subtest heritability and racial admixture studies.
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>>9669609
>backed by no evidence

Except for subtest heritability, racial admixture, adoption studies, general intelligence heritability in adults and intraracial gene frequency variations for genes associated with the normal range of intelligence.
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>>9671673
That would be a perpetual motion machine
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>>9673532
Are you saying that CO2 produced as a byproduct of human industry has different physical properties to any other CO2?
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>>9673786
anti joke
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>>9673322
Brainlet here, who dis
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>>9674125
>are you saying digging up carbon from underground and releasing it into the atmosphere is any different than using plants to gather up carbon from the atmosphere and release it back?
Are you that dumb or just baiting?
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>>9673341
The jurors get the axe
The court can just find new ones can't they?
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>>9674660
What did he mean by this?
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>>9673532
>measure ppm of carbon dioxide in the air around cities and industrial regions
>it's relatively high
>measure ppm of carbon dioxide in national parks and other large, non industrial regions
>it's relatively low
HMM I WONDER WHERE ALL THIS CARBON DIOXIDE IS COMING FROM
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>>9667900
10
no gf
no job
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>>9673328 >>9673731
Did He created Void Linux?
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>>9667900
exactly 20 and >18
if it gets away worse I should suicide but I won't because I never do what I'm supposed to
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>>9667900

20
>no irl friends >broke >no gf >no job

My only "irl" accomplishment is
get into a competitive college

My parents support me, but I hate my siblings

>>9670440 >>9675041
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>>9669388
Really? How do these SJWs do that then?
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>>9667900
holy shit
50 :(
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>>9669447
Your telling me Watson and Crick didn't fuck, then you're fucking lying to me.
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>>9671701
Take one look at Franklin's x-ray diffraction photographs, read a few papers by Wilkins, Levene, and Chagaff, and then completely hijack the discovery of the structure of DNA for himself and Crick.
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>>9667900
0. Well, -5, if wife doesn't count as gf; also, #define accomplishments.
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>>9675099
>one look
suck my actual dick
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>>9673067
>she didn't even realize the significance of her own work.
NEITHER DID FRIEDRICH MIESCHER
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bruh the shape of DNA is literally a retard-tier discovery
>hurr durr head-on it looks like an X
>therefore double helix
Fuckk off, are you serious?
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>>9675102
Took two looks, because they fucked up the first time not paying attention in Franklin's lecture
suck my actual dick
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>>9675111
Trips of retardation. Hindsight is 20/20, a few hundred years ago some catholic dude was crossbreeding 10,000 pea plants and we can laugh at him now because obviously blending is not a viable method of genetic inheritance in eukaryotic cells
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>>9675112
>completely hijack
sucking Watson's dick won't do shit for your career faggot
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>>9675114
Are you fucking dumb Mendel was a genius. And Darwin was retarded for not listening to him. But Watson did fuck all for anyone.

I won't kick his 80 year old ass with ZERO remorse.
You hear that, important people? Yeah I just threatened Watson.
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>>9675115
Knowing nothing about history won't do shit for your career, normie.
Watson himself admitted they mistreated Franklin and didn't take her seriously because of her gender. He actually admitted that, and Wilkins admitted to being frustrated with her perfectionism and sharing her results with Watson against her consent.

A scientist has the right to confirm their studies, moron.
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>>9675118
>won't
would
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>>9675118
why are you fighting me I agree with all of this
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>>9675119
>confirm
he got nowhere without Franklin
She did all the work and then played with plastic models like Legos
Are you serious right now?
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>>9675124
What are you fucking saying? Watson and Crick literally played with cardboard and wire before they saw the King's College x-rays. then they played with bits of metal and made another fucking DNA model.

All they did was publish everyone else's work in the right order first. I'll concede they appropriately observed semi-conservative replication, but they couldn't even prove it.
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>>9675127
Exactly but they figured out the final shape of DNA anyway, which is groundbreaking considering the times but is fucking insignificant in modern times. Like most discoveries.

That's the whole reason scientific special interest groups exist, they realize how irrelevant past scientists are and they want to preserve their memory before rational catches up with them.
I say fuck it. Rationality is the way.
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>>9673601
... no such thing.
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>>9675611
Brutal. Where is this from?
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>>9667220
Oh boy here we go
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>>9667100
What makes me especially angry is when people who are scientists with no knowledge on history try and act like an ultimate authority on history. Especially when they're pop-sci fags (almost always is)
Anyone have that screencap with black science man and the italian cathedrals?
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>>9673578
fractals, son.
Also Weierstrass was a hardcore motherfucker.
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>>9675835
lang algebra editions 1 or 2
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>>9675835
Serge Lang's Algebra
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>>9675954
What does \sci\ think of Lang's Algebra? I have personally read it cover-to-cover and have enjoyed it so, but some people hate it with their entire being. I never understood the hate of Lang's style, especially when his writings are much clearer than anything else I have read in Algebra
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>>9672565
>weather /= climate
True
But my point was changing the climate would have horrible effects because we're accustomed to what we have right now
>but natutal climate changes happen
Yes, and so do natural mass extinctions
Tldr stop being dumb on purpose
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>>9676038
I love his exercises
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>>9674112
I mean those exist though, put a floating magnet ball in a vacuum, give it a twirl and it will perpetually move forever.
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>>9672269
because in almost every category most far leftists in history have seriously fucked everything they touched because of how far out of reality they are. same can be said of extreme far right wing, however when both are present it either balances with a lean to one side, or its a blood bath, i digress. Just from my experience with anyone left of where the "classical" liberal usually sits, goes off the deep end very rapidly of emotional justification. the psyche of the person discussed (in this case, climate scientists in universities) will show heavily in their work. Someone who grows up in an area with violent black gangs, will ignore the upstanding black people who make something of themselves because it does not fit their world view, someone who has an idealized vision of an all green, eco friendly earth, who grew up in a first world country, will be biased towards thinking the current standard of living can be maintained even through implementing their all green policies to avert some unconfirmed disaster. Geological record shows plenty of heating and cooldown over the past couple millenia. only one that mayyy have had something to do with a collapse of civilization for sure was the roman warm period from fucking up crop cycles leading to the civil unrest talked about during that time.
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>>9667837
>ever having made a mistake
Why even live?
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>>9676638
Please learn anything at all about climatology.
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>>9666831
While I'm studying for my general relativity exam, this made me chuckle
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>>9676638
stopped reading at "leftist"
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>>9669500
the only source you can find is an old senile fuck
KEK
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>>9671818
spotted the engineer
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>>9667362
Am I supposed to know this generic compound
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>>9666198
No, he isn't.

>>9672288
No, it's not.




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