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How can you believe in evolution when it's only a theory (a guess)?
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>>16141612
No it doesn’t. Cope
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>>16139499
Darwin's finches are all mutually fertile, they aren't different species
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>>16143455
Yes they are, they’re not even all in the same genus. Being able to produce fertile offspring with each other is an outdated definition of species that nobody really uses anymore
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>>16143662
If they're mutually fertile then they're the same species
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>>16144765
No they aren’t, if that were the case there’d only be one species of python for example. Not a single biologist who is aware of that has seriously used that definition in decades

>IN my previous lecture I criticised the concept of matter as the substance whose attributes we perceive. This way of thinking of matter is, I think, the historical reason for its introduction into science, and is still the vague view of it at the background of our thoughts which makes the current scientific doctrine appear so obvious. Namely we conceive ourselves as perceiving attributes of things, and bits of matter are the things whose attributes we perceive.

>In the seventeenth century the sweet simplicity of this aspect of matter received a rude shock. The transmission doctrines of science were then in process of elaboration and by the end of the century were unquestioned, though their particular forms have since been modified. The establishment of these transmission theories marks a turning point in the relation between science and philosophy. The doctrines to which I am especially alluding are the theories of light and sound. I have no doubt that the theories had been vaguely floating about before as obvious suggestions of common sense; for nothing in thought is ever completely new. But at that epoch they were systematised and made exact, and their complete consequences were ruthlessly deduced. It is the establishment of this procedure of taking the consequences seriously which marks the real discovery of a theory. Systematic doctrines of light and sound as being something proceeding from the emitting bodies were definitely established, and in particular the connexion of light with colour was laid bare by Newton.

Why do they still cling to erroneous Cartesian concepts?
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https://brocku.ca/MeadProject/Whitehead/Whitehead_1920/White1_02.html

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take that climate freaks

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/electric-cars-pollute-1850-times-more-than-fuel-based-vehicles-study-finds/

he said EV (el Vehicle) pollutes 1850 times more while driving 1000 miles than what happens if you drive 1000 miles with gasoline

tire wear was calculated into the equation

he noted that the tires of EVs, due to their added weight, will also emit more microplastics into the air

particle pollution from EVs can also increase the risk of health problems,

>including heart disease,

cough, lung disease and, in extreme cases, can even lead to hospitalization,

>cancer and suddendeath.
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>>16082278
>people with EVs should have solar panels anyways
Your first paragraph was pretty on point, why would you ruin your post with such a retarded statement?
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>>16142113
invoking imaginary solar panels to try and minimize the tremendous pollution caused by EVs is a massive cope
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>>16143454
The study in the OP is about brake dust. Unless you use organic brakes you have no room to talk.
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>>16143804
EVs pollute more than normal cars because they weight twice as much and require twice as much energy. Thats also why EVs produce more brake dust and why they're far more dangerous in crashes.
And all of that is without considering the way the batteries are prone to spontaneous combustion or the environmental impact of lithium mining
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>>16079204
>the free market will reduce pollution to an optimal level
The optimal blood lead level is 0

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Who (please be specific with named individuals) are powerful enough to have this mass censored from Biology 101 classes?
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>>16141386
You don't think increased advances in automation and robotics will dilute this ?
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>>16141386
Japan doesn't need any immigrants. Immigrants wouldn't help the older population there anyway, the immigrants would rob and abuse the elderly Japanese
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>>16143460
How come countries used to violently repel invaders, but now they're supposed to want immigrants?
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>>16135601
>The usual claim is that there is more genetic drift within the races than between them
Could you explain what this means to me? It's seems that the claim is that a random white person is more related to a random non-white person than another random white person. That makes 0 sense to me. Yes, I know humans in Africa have high genetic diversity but aren't there general genetic trends outside of Africa? The idea is that productive countries tend to have certain genetic traits like high conscientiousness and IQ that are extremely rare in most African tribes.

Now saying th
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Only in Western science. In Chinese scientist circles for example this is commonly known and taught. You guys just feel guilty for conquering the world and now your pathetic attempts at virtue signalling cloud your science.

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Previous thread: >>16109209

>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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>>16144152
Because until you make that measurement they are entangled and do stuff that only entangled particles can do. Like having all possible spins at once. So yes, it is all about correlation but that correlation is one that is completely impossible for a system that isn't in a superposition to have.
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>>16144211
Yeah that's cool, but where's the paradox, indeterminism, nonlocality, or superluminal signalling?
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>>16144279
No one says its a paradox. It's indeterminate because until you make the measurement all states are true. It's nonlocal and superluminal because a measurement outside of its lightcone can affect the properties of some particle.
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>>16137766
do you have any other suggestions? I skimmed the second textbook you mentioned and read the introduction and thought it was boring
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>>16144349
>No one says the EPR paradox is a paradox
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>a measurement outside of its lightcone can affect the properties of some particle.
But how do you know the measurement is actually affecting the properties of the unmeasured particle? How is any of this different from a pair of gloves in a pair of boxes?

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i was just perusing nairaland and i noticed they like the same kind of memes that /sci/ does
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>>16138799
Inuit diet is pure meat and fat so i hope they kept that in mind when sourcing material for the test knife.
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>>16142703
Who's going to request the college loans be repaid if America is dead, idiot?
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university science research expert

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Has your university been affected by any protests?
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blackpill me
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>>16144416
College campus children have been screeching for the death of the white race and of "old white men" for decades, since before the turn of the century and nobody seemed to care, but then they said something bad about jews and they were shut down a few days later
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>>16144360
SUBMIT, HERETICAL LEFTISTS.
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>>16144360
Why do all of you woke anti-american communists and racist Nazi rednecks constantly spam this board? Post this shit on pol.
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Jews lost control of their golems (again)

Do you ever think a godlike alien being is responsible for allowing causality(evolution/adaptability/etc) to produce such intelligent beings, AKA humans?

Could nature's one way cause-and-effect, or evolution, truly produce such intelligent beings as humans on its own?

Just how delicate and precious is life really? Obviously we have no way of going back in time or looking at life from beginning to end in its full totality.
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>>16140943
Unironically what I've come to believe. This only becomes more obvious if you study stuff deemed "supernatural" by science.
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>>16144256
>This only becomes more obvious if you study stuff deemed "supernatural" by science.
Like what?
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>>16140417
>such intelligent beings, AKA humans
You lost me there.
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>>16140417
Right wingers are ungodly retarded
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>>16140417
>a godlike alien being
humans are made in god's image. god isn't alien

I am not against vaccines in general, but after covid I started to question a lot things going on in the "scientific community".
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>>16103093
The purpose of the chart is to rethink the cost-benefit analysis of mass vaccination, retard.
If the actual drop off in cases of disease is much less than what is widely thought, maybe the skyrocketing cases of autism and sudden adult death syndrome become not worth it.
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>>16142814
or the ruse of chronic inflamatory diseases, which are mostly declared as :
>autoimmune disease
Which is like "Dark matter" of medicine.

Here.
the studies that look at incidence of autoimunity, do not count the "diagnosis term or ICD-10 code", but also the clinical manifestation which in the past had different diagnosis but the same symptoms.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294419057_The_World_Incidence_and_Prevalence_of_Autoimmune_Diseases_is_Increasing

Could it be because we "interfere with immunity" with substances that agitate the immunesystem?

"net % increased /year incidence and prevalence of autoimmune diseases worldwide were 19.1±43.1 and 12.5±7.9, respectively. Rheumatic, endocrinological, gastrointestinal and neurological autoimmune diseases revealed the following annual % increases per year: 7.1, 6.3, 6.2, and 3.7, respectively. In all of these, differences between old vs new frequencies were highly significant (p < 0.0001). Comparing various autoimmune diseases, celiac disease increased the most and the highest increase in incidence, comparing old to new surveys is allocated to myasthenia gravis. Despite considerable variations between the countries, celiac, type 1 diabetes and myasthenia gravis frequencies increased the most in Canada, Israel and Denmark, respectively. Frequencies of the autoimmune diseases increased significantly in the West and North when compared to East and South, respectively."
And apparently it's now totally normal that children have "rheumatic athritis" with 0-14 years.
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>>16103321
>Usefulness is determined when measles outbreaks happen in the US and are concerned in vaccine denialist communities.
hahahahaha

>vaccination rate over 90%
>rash never diagnosed as measles
>cannot be measles because vaccination gives immunity, right?
>what an effective vaccine
>vaccination rate drops below 90%
>general practitioners are instructed to run diagnostic tests for measles whenever someone has a rash
>but only for the unvaccinated because vaccinated cannot get measles, right?
>positive cases necessarily appear
>HEY THERE'S A MEASLES OUTBREAK AMONG THE UNVACCINATED
>vaccination campaign begins
>people go and get vaccinated
>vaccinated with a rash don't get tested because it can't be measles if they're vaccinated, right?
>fewer tests = fewer cases
>outbreak is gone
>what an effective vaccine
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>>16143463
Thats an extremely plausible scenario
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>>16144662
That is exactly how its done...
See:
>>16109137

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>ADHD brain does recognize dopamine from delayed gratification
>shit executive function (why should I do this thing if it doesn't immediately make me feel good?)

solution
>ADHD brain is still capable of forming habits
>habit = behavior that takes 0 mental / emotional behavior
>form habit surrounding tasks that need to be finished
>the lack of dopamine from said task is irrelevant since task is habitual and thus requires no mental effort
>ADHD solved???

am i onto something?
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>>16144654
Because they have been seduced into accepting non-scientific medical "disorders" as a boogeyman for their failures and potential low IQ status. It is easier to accept a disease or malady holding your potential back than it is to simply realize you never had potential, it seems.
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>>16144682
>non scientific
>iq

l o l

anyways, probably because it's an actual pattern of behavior that has been identified in millions of people and those people wish to live their lives not burdened by it. Shocking. I know.
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>>16144593
you have narcissistic grandiose delusions of superior intelligence, thats why you have strong emotional feelings of understanding everything better than everyone else but are incapable of communicating the ideas conjured by your presumed intellectual superiority.
if your presumed intellect were genuine then you would have something to show for it, since you don't that proves that it is merely a figment of your masturbatory self-flattering imagination
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>>16144776
can you project any harder
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>>16144593
>shit executive function (why should I do this thing if it doesn't immediately make me feel good?)
no, it's more like: "why should I do this thing if thinking about it immediately makes me feel overwhelmed and avoidant?"

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what will YOU do to fix this /sci/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7hK5_Rj--8
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>>16142509
millions
and they're still flooding in, more every day
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>>16111703
>irreééevant youtubers
yeah the people blocking streets are all just because of youtube, you got it champ
death to both israel and palestine faggot
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>>16114614
lmao same fag in the youtube comments.
filthy fucking jew rat. you dont want a homeland because your a filthy parastie i genuinely wish death on you all
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>>16114614
>settler colonialism isn't exactly a very Jewish thing
How come jews were kicked out of 109 countries if they weren't trying to settle in foreigners homelands?

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I HECKIN' LOVE SCIENSE
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>>16138695
Rutherford chads won in the end.
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>>16119943
they are not rigorous and dilute fields with nonsense that becomes orthodoxy if there is a critical mass of such people.
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>>16119943

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4chan dating app creator here. The anons who said it was a data mine were right all along!

What are some statistics you'd like to see about your fellow autists looking for love? I'll post /r/equests ITT. (No doxing requests, obviously.)
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>>16143234
Alright someone needs to go to Antarctica and shitpost in the nexus.
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>>16143192
>Should we work on making sure men and women are equap at work and in politics?
>Should abortion be legal in all circumstances?
>over 70% yes from females
No way are they using this site regularly. Also, you didn't ask for the race of the users?
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>>16144529
>But what if the love of your life is lurking there amongst your users? It's just too tragic to endure this thought
The idea that there’s one special person out there for everyone is romantic. But I believe that there’s lots of people who’d make a good life-long partner for you. A good matchmaking algorithm makes it easier to find those people, but it’s not the only way. Some people also prefer being single or having short-term relationships, or are already happily partnered.

>and possibly a team
It’s just me

>Final question for now: why did you choose to post this thread on /sci/ as opposed to /g/? Because of the slower pace? I feel like you'd get much better feedback and cool ideas for charts from /g/entoomen.
I thought people on /sci/ would have more interesting ideas for pretty charts. /g/ents have been getting increasingly into consooming over the years.

>>16144648
>Also, you didn't ask for the race of the users?
No need. Everyone here is 100% Aryan.
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>>16144726
>No need. Everyone here is 100% Aryan.
!
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I checked it out some time back but there were zero (0) people from the Netherlands on it.
Has that changed since then? Probably not since my country is normalfag-central, but I thought I'd ask just in case.

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What are some banned books of forbidden knowledge in /sci/ence?
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>>16141123
Reddit is owned by the Newhouse brothers via Advance Publications, the Newhouse brothers are jewish and have well know connections to intelligence agencies including Mossad
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>>16141096
Black Basedence Man's PhD thesis is mysteriously off limits
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>>16142749
so is Pergamon
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>>16141096
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion are banned in part because of what they have to say about science and education, particularly about Darwinism

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>Switch to a 90% meat and fat diet
>Suppliment with some fruit
>Literally every physical or mental problem I have dissappears within a week
>Lose 10 pounds a month every month of fat
So, at this point, it's beyond any reasonable doubt that the best possible diet for anyone is obviously a high meat diet. Now, the question becomes WHY is anyone still holding a different position? It's recently been proven that the carnivore diet can literally cure bipolar.
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>>16141399
vegans have reduced IQ, thats why they can't do math or understand science
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>>16108562
LMAO, you are complete imbecile moron.
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>>16047395
I do bad on an all meat keto type diet but really well on a 50% meat Paleo diet
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>>16143670
OP says high meat, not all meat
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>>16047395
food for your thoughts


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