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How do we fix this
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>>16129988
when does it say the bantu expansion ended?
does it say how much reparations the bantus paid for their many colonizations?
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>>16113583
AIDS was supposed to have fixed it
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>>16121475
If they were selling it at American rates, nobody would buy it and Americans would make 0 dollars. So they're still selling it but at a low rate.
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Bumping
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>>16113583
Science should be able to fix that pretty easily, the fact that it doesn't proves how useless science is

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Has anyone here read "The Falsification of Science: Our Distorted Reality" by John Hamer?
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>>16110319
its definitely worth a read if you're an uneducated ideology cuck
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>>16130383
those people all presume they already know everything, they are unwilling to learn new things
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>>16130959
that king of arrogant unwillingness to question your own beliefs is a common tipoff of a brainwashing victim
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This guy is antisemitic and belongs in jail with the other Nazis.
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>There ARE indeed a huge number of people aware of and attempting to expose the perpetrators, but as with anything else that contradicts an 'official diktat,' the overwhelming power and influence of those in whose best interests it is to deceive us, and who control most of the world, including the media in all its forms, ensures that only small snippets of information escape into the mainstream.
seems pretty accurate

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Uh oh darkies.... shiee
>In standard cosmology, the accelerated expansion of the universe is said to be caused by dark energy but is in fact due to the weakening forces of nature as it expands, not due to dark energy."
embarassing
https://phys.org/news/2024-03-universe-dark.html
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>>16131189
Dark matter is made out of unicorns
prove me wrong
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>>16129496
You clearly didn't examine relativity too well. You have no idea how on point it is, that's why it doesn't need to agree with dark matter, that's why its ok to have singularity in black hole, because deep down everyone knows relativity is correct and we are just missing certain details.
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>>16129340
the term is black holes
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Most of this stuff goes over my head. Anyone got a QRD? Dark matter's existence is extremely important spiritually. For me, it's what connects corporeal forms and spiritual forms.

From what I gathered, some guys are upholding the status quo while others are calling it BS which may be a result of some sciencefags trying to make a name for themselves.
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>>16132586
black holes don't exist, the only people who believe in them are popsci psueds who have never studied physics

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Cherry blossoms bloom in Tokyo, 15 days later than last year, 5 days later than average

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2024/03/29/japan/society/cherry-blossoms-bloom-tokyo/

Cherry blossoms finally burst into bloom in Tokyo on Friday after heavy rain in the morning, marking the latest blooming in over a decade.
The declaration of the blooming made by the Meteorological Agency came 15 days later than last year and five days later than in an average year. Private forecasters had also expected this year's bloom to come much earlier.

Friday’s blooming is the latest in Tokyo since 2012, when cherry blossoms were declared to have blossomed on March 31, according to the agency.

Cherry blossom forecasting is big business in Japan. As early as in January, companies start to issue forecasts for when cherry blossoms will first bloom and reach their peak.

The weather agency, which began forecasting the annual bloom in 1955, sets a government standard for observing cherry blossom trees. For consistency, the meteorological agency only uses data gathered from the Somei-Yoshino variety, which produces pale pink blossoms.
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>>16132941
Gigacope
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>>16133006
Yet here you are, wasting your time while we chuckle at you. lol.
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>>16133499
>I was being retarded on purpose
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>>16133543
Cope all you like. I just like wasting your time and having a giggle at "so serious" dumbasses like you.
This is me
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>>16133555
See
>>16133543

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I'm most likely a midwit, maybe the king of midwits at best. I often wonder, seeing how some people struggle with simple tasks, or other people crushing the tasks which I consider hard; how does it feel to have an IQ over 140 or under 70?
Do those types understand that they are indeed dumb or extremely gifted? Can high IQs instantly spot other geniuses? How does it affect the internal monologue and their average day?
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>>16133103
>it might be the same people and different tasks
>>16133100
>Seeing people struggle rarely bothers me because I know there are tasks I am not good at as well. Things that others may find quite basic
Good remark from both of you - I did think about it.
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>>16133100
>internal monologue
No such thing exists outside of schizophrenia. You're larping.
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>>16133325
anon how would you have felt if you hadn't eaten breakfast this morning?
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>>16133325
Medium rare bait
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>>16133317
Glad you find it useful. When it comes to creativity and flow states there are some ways to train them. Interruptions are rough, but that's why my short term memory is very useful. I can hold the structure when my focus wavers. The creative flow comes from connecting disparate conceptual frameworks. Such as making a narrative of my research or analyzing it like an analogous method such as music, cooking, or dancing.

The mental problems really fucked with me. Metacongitive processes really helped me expand my thinking methods and might offer an avenue to help you with building more flow/creative states in your work. Figuring out which parts of your thinking process are fast or slow and accommodating. I have dysgraphia and it was a massive hindrance for years. Then one day I realized it gave me an easy method of massively increasing the encoding strength of something because it was so hard to write. Then it became a method of learning while slowing down my thought process to ensure I didn't trip over myself.

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is this good for the environment?
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>>16132475
Off your meds again huh?
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Chopping down trees is good. Makes jobs and timber, gets rid of annoying birds who shit everywhere and carry disease, gets rid of all those dead leaves clogging up drains and gutters.
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>>16130493
posting wikipedia is admitting you have no idea what you're talking about
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>>16132527
Bait.
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>>16133518
The exact opposite is true. It means that you have no idea what you're talking about and you need to learn about the subject before you can meaningfully contribute to the conversation. I take it people link you to wikipedia often?

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>You have 2000 physicists at CERN and not one of them is famous because they haven't done anything original

How do you respond without sounding like a CERN physicist?
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>>16129061
>Picking the Romans as your example, a culture that famously produced no scientific insight beyond making better concrete in its over 400 year rule of europe
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>>16129962
You seem to love sucking your schizo friend's cock very much but what he did is nothing special and any 120-130 IQ person with bunch of free time can do what he did.
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>>16128939
Those kind of projects are just fancy, overpriced welfare gibes for useless academics. Everyone would be better off if the academics were just on regular welfare, but their massive egos won't allow that so they waste billions on garbage like CERN instead
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>>16132535
tsmt
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>>16129161
Evokutionary Biologist here, no.

Just no, it does care, as technology has a direct effect of the organism and all of its functions, cryborgization already happened...

....you slept through it, now youre in it.

https://youtu.be/PFmAliV1lUA

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This Black prodigee invented an easy method to look at the eclipse without having to buy special glasses. This is what scientists look like.
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>>16120300
#steviewonder
#raycharles
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shhheeeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitttttttt
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>>16123667
>>16121704
>>16120873
>>16121696
what'd i miss?
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>niggers need to aspire to more than just being rappers and drug dealers!!
>noooo not like that.

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Is there really significant scientific evidence that racism is a root cause of environmental injustice in the united states?
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>>16129930
Thank God poor (bottom 99%) whites can't into generational wealth (reverse mortgage etc.), so this argument doesn't work for anybody below 50.
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>>16129930
>they weren't allowed loans for generations
Seems like there's a market there to exploit. I mean that's the natural implication you're making. If banks are not making accurate risk assessments, there's a gap just waiting to be filled. I'm sure the governmental+NGO apparatus can come up with something
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>>16129930
>poor people can't get loans
>this is racism
Unless you're going to tell me that poor white people unable to get loans don't exist?
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>>16132431
extremely clever stealth merchant

Why is this happening?
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>>16120527
It's probably a different story if you only take the urban areas into account. Rural Japan is VERY rural.
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>>16131066
>>>/pol/
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We need a new board /vax/
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An increase in fagotry
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>>16132328
This topic only triggers you because you regret stupidly taking an untested experimental medicine for a nonexistent viral epidemic

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I don't understand gravity. The popsci explanation is that it's created by the curvature of spacetime and objects aren't actually attracted to one another but are only following that curvature. But that only explains why objects that are already moving fall down. Why would a stationary object follow that curvature and fall? If I drop a pen, where is that force coming from to push it down? Is it because they're moving through time? Please help
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>>16133425
That's in one year of proper time, to be precise so you can reproduce the calculation. One year of time in the reference frame in which I would initially be at rest would get me to a smaller speed.

One year proper time gets me to 0.77c, two years to 0.968c, three years to 0.9959c. That's important because I can use that pasted strip of spacetime as a perfectly good mathematical model for things happening inside the thin strip, so I can't be doing silly things like breaking the lightspeed barrier.
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>>16133167
>Gravity is exactly the opposite of what we usually think — that it’s NOT a pull downward, toward the surface of the earth — it’s a push outward
Anyone who says this should be shot
>>16133403
>Proper acceleration is, of course, measured relative to what a free-falling body would do.
How is the body falling if gravity is pushing it away?
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>>16133486
Whoops, post window glitched lel
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>>16133486
His precise wording is bad here. Obviously it's not gravity pushing me outward, but the normal force of my chair on my buttocks. But the immediate local cause of falling objects getting closer to the ground at an accelerating rate is the upward proper acceleration of the ground, caused by the forces from the rock below.

Now if we replaced the earth with a black hole of the same mass so there was no ground, those falling objects would still be getting closer to the black hole at an accelerating rate, just as they are in reality getting closer to the earth's center at an accelerating rate. This phenomenon does not have anything to do with the ground. But it is not a local phenomenon; it is caused by the curved spacetime between the falling object and the center of the earth.
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>>16133497
>But the immediate local cause of falling objects getting closer to the ground at an accelerating rate is the upward proper acceleration of the ground, caused by the forces from the rock below.
>But it is not a local phenomenon; it is caused by the curved spacetime between the falling object and the center of the earth.
Then which one is it, these are two very conflicting statements.

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How come there was less ice in the arctic ocean 6000 years ago when the atmosphere was less than 0.03% CO2 than there is now with an atmosphere of over 0.04% CO2?
Why wasn't it colder when there was less CO2 in the atmosphere?
If CO2 is really as powerful a greenhouse gas as science says it is then it seems like it should have been a lot colder with something like 40% less CO2 in the atmosphere.
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>>16129581
Whats going to happen in 20 years when they want to make temperatures of recent past look colder, but their temperature records are all from unshaded asphalt parking lots in Arizona. Are they going to get new readings from thermometers inside the calderas of active volcanoes?
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>>16131181
They'll do the same thing they've been doing for the past 30+ years, they'll just """"adjust""" the temperature records of the recent past to be lower in order to present the false appearance of the warming trend in the present
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>>16132335
NASA's temperature record agrees with other surface temperature records, and with satellite datasets as well.
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>>16133083
no it doesn't
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>>16133501

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Proper site for gluteus medius IM injection edition

Previous: >>16102781

We discuss research, DO NOT offer advice (just fucking go see your doctor), make fun of premeds and shitpost.
Keep vaccination/clamping/vitamin K/soliciting advice out of this thread and start your own because it takes a lot of space.

Nursoids post tits
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>>16133121
yeah it reminds me of how my mechanic called me a retard when I told him I was going to put orange juice in my car instead of oil because obviously sugar will help with combustion and make everything run more smoother
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>anon realizes that doctoring is a job
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>>16131854
>>16132091
Even with a diagnosis, there's really no simple causal treatment at the moment. There certainly is a psychosomatic component to your condition, it's just not the whole story or the primariy cause. Going through any neuro-infection can be debilitating, and the fatigue you're feeling is imo at least partially psychosomatic (which doesn't mean made up or imagined) though your nervous system certainly is in a state of disarray. A big part of these conditions is that your autonomous nervous system is in a deranged state, causing a variety of downstream issues. Your best bet of getting a hang on that aspect is managing stress and relaxation while getting your nervous system to slowly adapt to increasing levels of activity. It's essentially simple conditioning, but you'll likely have to take very small steps. If all you can do is a 5 minute walk with a break, that's what you'll have to work with to turn into a 5 minute walk without a break, eventually into a 10 minutes walk with a break and so on. The point is keeping it within your limits and managing stress as much as possible so you can be more active while keeping your autonomous nervous system from locking up and inducing fatigue that keeps your from progressing. Being in this kind of spiral of fatigue is an awful situation to be in and truth be told, from what I know, most ME/CFS patients don't fully recover, but you can improve dramatically and become functional again. I don't want to get into a whole thing here about chronic-disease personalities and resilience, but if you're determined to get better, take every avenue available to you, and that includes psychological and psychosomatic treatment. You don't have to take meds if they do nothing for you, but you'll have to manage the psychological strain this whole thing is putting on you with more than just stoic determination. Get a support system, be it family, friends or therapists, it's important for your recovery that you have that covered
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>>16131700
Order a SPEP for polyclonal gammopathy? Iirc this is some self limiting chronic and non progressive disease
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>>16133043
no. research still isnt required for most neuro programs, its mostly having good letters and actual neuro experience. my DO school has a bunch of neuro rotations and a renowned faculty member so that hasnt been an issue. however, away rotations are becoming more common for DOs for neuro so im doing a few to be safe.

i have some other academic stuff though like tutoring, and i also took step 1 cuz its a filter (no one in neuro world gives a rats ass about comlex). i also have one or two really unique things on my CV that make good convo starters

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something went wrong with the original thread, its says "Connection error." when you try to reply, so i'm starting a new version of >>16106991


Construction and validation of a scale for assessing critical social justice attitudes
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/sjop.13018
>DISCUSSION
>The studies also assessed how having critical social justice attitudes relates to well-being variables. Many authors have previously linked critical social justice attitudes to poorer mental well-being in their work implicitly, but have not studied them directly (e.g., Lukianoff & Haidt, 2018). In our samples (Study 1 and Study 2), having high CSJAS (critical social justice attitude scale) scores was linked to anxiety, depression, and a lack of happiness. However, Study 2 indicated that this lower level of mental well-being was mostly associated with being on the political left and not specifically with having a high CSJAS score. The association between lower mental health and supporting the political left is in line with what other studies have found prior to this one (Bernardi, 2021; Gimbrone et al., 2022).

tl;dr science has demonstrated conclusively that picrel is what you look like
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>>16131071
It all has happened and will continue to happen and get worse unless something is done about it
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>>16112003
He wasn't intelligent, he was a simpleton and an alcoholic, his writing reflects that
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>>16132319
So does yours.
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>>16133493
Damn, it's just some gentle ribbing, no need to cry

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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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>>16083724
you're only jealous of people who own vehicles because you're too lazy to earn the money to buy one for yourself
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>>16124445
things would be so much better now if we had all ended up speaking german
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>>16079074
Point to 1 example of anyone credible saying pollution isn't bad.
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>>16130452
>Implying there is ethical consumption under capitalism
Big business tends towards monopoly and works in tandem with the government (basically its muscle) to beat out its competition. Show me one example of free market capitalism existing in the world for more than 2 minutes.
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>>16132318
>Show me one example of free market capitalism existing in the world for more than 2 minutes.
Illegal trades. in Illegal trades the government can't as effectively serve that regulatory function and direct all the profits to their favorites. thats one of the biggest reasons why they let marijuana become legal, because it allows them to reap all the profits. wherever its legal it is taxed at massively high rates and the business licenses all go hebrews or cryptos with connections to the democratic party and everyone else can only ever work as a low paid employee


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