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its quite simple really: if you can show everything as maths, you deal with real science

if you cant produce math but require WORDS WORDS WORDS instead, its a scam and not science

here is true vs untrue fields

real science:
-maths
-physics
-chem
-biology (biology can be explained by physics and chemistry eventhough we dont have maths for it yet)

shit scam field:
-psychology (doing statistics math doesnt make it science since you cant turn mental illness descriptions into maths the only thing you can do is create excel charts for dumb statistics)
-most of the other fields arent even worth mentioning using the word science, psychology at least tried to research one particular part of biology, that is, human mind which is a biological construct so while psychology is shit it gets honorable mention of at least researching something that exists instead of trying to research something that doesnt exist
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>>16182557
>if you can show everything as maths, you deal with real science
You can define whatever you want, and it may work, but it isn't real.
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>>16182602
you can talk shit however you want and it doesnt make it real (like psychology)
the only reason psychology keeps it science designation is because governments can use it
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>>16182557
>maths
Stopped reading there.
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>>16182557
>biology can be explained by physics and chemistry eventhough we dont have maths for it yet
why should it be different from psychology tho:
>psychology can be explained by biology eventhough we dont have maths for it yet
both doesn't have any concrete theory or mathematic formulas to express any bollocks. they're both collecting data and torture them to produce nonsenses (gender are non-binary, anyone?)
the only real sciences are physics and chemistry. math isn't a science, it's above science and is the language sciences are written in. all other fields are pseudoscientific bullshit even though they try really hard to cast themselves as one.

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Previous thread: >>16158770

>what is /sqt/ for?
Questions regarding maths and science. Also homework.
>where do I go for advice?
>>>/sci/scg or >>>/adv/
>where do I go for other questions and requests?
>>>/wsr/ >>>/g/sqt >>>/diy/sqt etc.
>how do I post math symbols (Latex)?
rentry.org/sci-latex-v1
>a plain google search didn't return anything, is there anything else I should try before asking the question here?
scholar.google.com
>where can I search for proofs?
proofwiki.org
>where can I look up if the question has already been asked here?
warosu.org/sci
eientei.xyz/sci
>how do I optimize an image losslessly?
trimage.org
pnggauntlet.com

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Got this question from a sibling, I'm a brainlet that barely passed high school like 15 years ago.
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>>16182604
Since you have cropped out the question it's kind of hard to answer it.
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>>16182612
That's the picture as i got it, i believe it's meant to be a percentage and i got 24.53%, no idea beyond that.
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>>16182255
Not her, but since [math]X[/math] is discrete for any [math]x \in X[/math] there is some [math]\varepsilon_x>0[/math] such that [math]B_{\varepsilon_x}(x)\cap X=\{x\}[/math].
Take the open cover [math]\{B_{\varepsilon_x}(x):x \in X\}[/math] of [math]X[/math] and note it has a finite subcover iff [math]X[/math] is finite.
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>>16182620
I got .893

[math]/\mathfrak{mg}/[/math]

the King of mathematics edition
talk maths, formerly >>16135585
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I hate complex analysis.
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>>16178953
Taking inverses is a continuous function and thus maps dense subsets of any set S into dense subsets of the image of S.
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>>16181967
NTA but I can read script. It says:

>I was supposed to know that U_n=2^n which means that
>T_n=(2^n)-1, but I can't figure out the reasoning. Let's try
>below:
>
>U_1=2U_0=2
>U_2=2U_1=4 Doing it in the most retardedly
>U_3=2U_2=8 visible way DOES HELP....
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>Now I can see that U_n=2^n and U_n=T_n+1 -> T_n=(2^n)-1
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I really like puzzle games. Levels have multiple solutions and it's calming to try random things or to intuitively solve it.
I loved arithmetic and geometry, then I got to algebra and it's just memorisation and punishment if you diverge from applying the agreed upon optimal method, there is even more punishment if you brute force and exhaust a certain part by guessing. Then I got to calculus and that felt just the same but more difficult.
It wasn't until I took logic that math was fun again.
So I started wondering, is there a more free and puzzle like way to study and get good at algebra and calculus or is that just how they are? Needing to know a bunch of methods that you know where to plug in like the most boring jigsaw puzzle ever? I mean Newton didn't have that.
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>>16182003
Thank you.

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Can someone post the other trolley problem memes?
I had a hard drive failure and I'm trying to rebuild my /sci/ folder.
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>>16182307
If at any point n becomes odd, or if n was initially odd, it just blows up to infinity, because 2n+1 is also odd, right? And unless the initial n is a power of 2, halving it over and over again will eventually reach an odd number that will also blow up to infinity, won't it? am i missing something here?
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>>16182403
The image is wrong; for odd numbers it should be multiplied by 3, not 2. The Collatz conjecture is sometimes even referred to as the 3x+1 conjecture.
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>>16181054
Reduced IQ due to malnutrition should be on that list somewhere too
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>>16178948
This, wikipedia is just another shit tier ZOG propaganda outlet
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>>16179865
the retard take is that we must destroy civilization by putting the government in charge of the economy to stop climate change, rather than allowing free market forces to innovate solutions to any problems it may bring
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>>16182701
>>16182465
>>16181995
>>16181054
Retard takes

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If vaccines are so important and wonderful then how come nobody in the sciences complains when the government imports millions of unvaccinated third world immigrants?
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>>16180656
Thanks to the jews none of those numbers can be trusted at all. They have tainted everything with their corruption, stupidity and incompetence.
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Scientists complain about people not being vaccinated all the fucking time, you fucking idiot. Get your fucking shots.
>But immigrants
Can and should also get their fucking shots. Fuck off and die.

Another thing scientists call for is vaccine programs for other countries and for trying to change our policies so vaccines that would otherwise simply expire get shipped abroad to be used. They don't want unvaccinated migrants either.
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>>16180907
>Get your fucking shots.
>Fuck off and die.
I see our friend anon works for the caring pharmaceutical industry.
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one strict set of rules for whites
a different lenient set of rules for shitskins
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>>16180656
Because of this
https://www.bitchute.com/video/guBagukqt8Y7/

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/sci/ is this accurate
I say it's bullshit but I can't see why
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>>16170250
sweet video, thanks
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>>16170292
Nice, saved
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>>16182656
Did you really have to bump the thread for that from page 10
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>>16173731
That's his fucking point. Anyone who doesn't get this has an understanding that is *ahem* retarded.
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>>16182691
>Yeah you are CORRECT you idiot
>I agree with you wholeheartedly you fucking moron
So what was the disagreement, then?

How can we be expected to deal with men (primarily white men) who feel entitled to having sex and a female house slave despite having a small penis? I have here a peer reviewed article from an academic journal that breaks down each and every single undue entitlement these small-dicked white guys think they're supposed to have, and I never realized how bad white dudes' psychosis actually is. This was an eye-opening read for me, and made me realize that the line between a dicklette and an incel (a known terrorist sub-group of the Western world's population) is way too fine to consider separate from each other. Is there a way to put small-dicked (smaller than 18cm x 13cm) dudes into re-education (with possible chemical castration) camps so they don't commit a bombing just because they're biological failures?

Source:
Rowland, A. L. (2023). Small dick problems: Masculine entitlement as rhetorical strategy. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 109(1), 26–47. https://doi.org/10.1080/00335630.2022.2136739
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which one of you incel chuds cheated on her?
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>>16181683
>>16181684
dang she cute
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>>16180547
>let me discribe the etymology of entitlement because I need a higher word count
Do &Humanities really?
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>>16180547
Dicklets should just transition.
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>>16182546
this
if your dick cant put in the work maybe your ass can

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Alright /b/ I'm going to need some Adderall to finish my PhD. How would you get it in the US without a prescription these days?
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Isaac Newton didn't need Adderall. You're just coping.
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>>16182533
If he had a chance to try it out, he would rule the waves
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>>16181780
>so we've determined that you are, in-fact, suffering from a mental/learning disability. however, we will not be prescribing you the proper pharmaceutical treatment you need in order to feel human teeheehee nothing personal.
What the fuck lol, couldn't you solicit a different drug dealer MD instead
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>>16181780
They just have to start you on something else first to try a non stimulant. They usually suggest Wellbutrin or Straterra, you do that for a month (or just fake it) then say it didn’t help and you want to try something else
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>>16182653
It's fucking awful that an adult with a problem is treated like a junky in your "land of freedom".
My psychiatrist prescribed me a 3 month stock of methylphenidate here in Poland on a single visit.
Street amphetamine is literally 5 times less expensive and a 35yo nerd like me could score some in 10 minutes.
Non-stimulating drugs might work, but the fact that people with ADHD are impatient and compulsive should matter.
Also I've tried these. First time I've felt truly suicidal in my life.

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What is the equivalent of this for physics?
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>>16182637
nigga just bake a bigger cake
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>>16181349
>Poly-Dimensional Topology
Once you go into a pocket dimension...you...never fully return.

Shadow walking on stars still burns.
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>>16181583
No shit sherlock. So why would 'decrypting' be there, sherlock ?
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>>16182632
My favorite math problem of them all
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>>16182677
Too meta.

Im more of a Frenemies kind of guy myself. Game of Thrones but real life and with techno and door dash.

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What are some of the recent unbreakable ciphers like "KRYPTOS" in CIA Headquarters? Also I want to ask if somebody is interested in decoding them with me. I am a Zero Knowledge Proof Engineer and been working with cryptography from last 2 years.
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>>16182437
>cryptography
This was when I started looking for codes within codes.

Measuring invisible things.
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Perturbations in randomness...an invisible pushback...
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>The fourth statue remains in darkness because it represents Ptah, the god of darkness.
>...the first three have been solved, while the fourth message remains one of the most famous unsolved codes in the world.

Be not afraid, my son...I am but only the Void.
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Your masters know of this, I assure (You).

Speak, or have at (You)!
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>>16182437
>I am a Zero Knowledge Proof Engineer
I am working on my Engineering PhD, if I get it it should send a message to countries looking for atomic signals as its a "ray device".

I have zero knowledge. Zero proof. Zero Engineering. I still think I could kick your ass.

Pfft...tsss.....pshhh.....

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why is math so hard?
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Gauss and Cauchy ruined it by introducing the dogma of "complex numbers". If we corrected this error math would become much easier and more intuitive.
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>>16182589
Are you filtered by complex analysis what is your problem with it?
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>>16182613
Superficially, one might assume I got filtered. But I prefer to frame it differently. Complex analysis got filtered by me. I exposed how unintuitive and ungeometric it is.
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>>16182618
skill issue
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>>16182566
Because Gödel proved that you can't prove something with its own system or something like that.

Do paper straws really contain gluten?
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>>16171925
The aliens grow an antenna in an attempt to contact their fellows.
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Even some chance they contain something bad is bad. When you add the fact that paper straws are fake and gay, you know what's the right choice.
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paper straws are made out of recycled toilet paper. only a filthy scumbag would put something like that in their mouth
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>>16168972
a tree is just a realy big wheat
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>>16182672
Lol no.

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How do you raise a kid who will end up getting straight As and blasting through AP classes like they're nothing? I know damn well IQ plays a role, but even if you have a particularly high IQ, there is a lot more that goes into getting good grades. I figure these kids have to be getting some coaching from either their parents or professionals their parents hire.
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>>16177990
It's easy to get your child years ahead of their peers academically, by homeschooling them. But it's more important to their success, that they have a good work ethic and they know how to make connections and socialize. You as the parent, having connections and the money to send them to university helps alot too.

You could have an 200IQ child with a B- average, because they don't put in any effort. They might not know the point of getting good grades, or have no friends that cheer them on. They could even be one grade too far ahead of their peers.
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>>16181554
If the 160+ IQ children were to grow up together in a school system that gave them challenges, I guess they would grow up with a better life than many do now.
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>>16181479
Yes, and what's your point? Reality is that schools dominated by Asians are the top performing schools and social cred in those schools is based on academic standing. So I ask again, what is your point?
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>>16181721
If social cred in those schools is dominated by academic achievement then why are 90% of those kids retards anyway?
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>>16179657
Could you elaborate upon the voucher system? I thought it was a charter school 'lottery' admission pipeline.

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Let's say hypothetically that we took our stock solar system and replaced the 4 gas giants with a low end red dwarf star like Proxima Centauri, giving the two stars roughly 15 AU of separation (and leaving the inner solar system unchanged).

How different would the climate on Earth be because of this? It would still receive the overwhelming majority (i.e 99%) of stellar radiation from the main sun, with the other sun being just a bit brighter than a full moon.
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>>16180813
Surprisingly, this wouldn't necessarily destabilize Earth's orbit.

To answer the question: Proxima Centaui luminosity = 0.0017 sols. That's basically how much less light Earth would receive if it was orbiting Proxima at 1 AU. At its closest approach to Earth at 14 AU distance (when they are on the same side of the sun), it would be 196 times weaker than that, so 0.00000867346 sols. That is an absolutely negligible contribution. If a planet was in orbit around Proxima alone at a semi-major axis of 14 AU, it would be colder than a witches teet.
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>>16180813

Why do you want to know this?
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I unironically would love to see a speculative alternative history of the American space program and its missions to the red dwarf.

Just for fun I'd have two planets orbiting the dwarf, including one in the habitable zone with water.
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>>16180859
>colder than a witches teet.
Is that an actual saying? I thought the retard said it in the book because it sounds stupid.
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>>16180813
>with the other sun being just a bit brighter than a full moon
What would the consequences be towards human belief systems and astrology? Would people categorise it as an entirely separate star, or just consider it a really big planet?


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