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New cultist cope just dropped
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If the temperature rise stops at 2 °C (3.6 °F) or at 5 °C (9.0 °F), the sea level would still continue to rise for about 10,000 years. In the first case it will reach 8–13 m (26–42+1⁄2 ft) above pre-industrial level, and in the second 28–37 m (92–121+1⁄2 ft).[53]
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>>16124113
Hey faggot I don't want those fucking coastal freaks immigrating into my land.
Californians and New Yorkers can stay in their shitholes
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>oy vey the world is coming to an end
>your only choice is to give soiyence all your money to prevent certain death
common scam amongst the mentally ill messiah complex narcissists
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>>16126338
>never let a crisis go to waste
can easily become
>there isn't a crisis for me to take advantage of so lets invent a fake one for that purpose
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This is the absolute worst case scenario for North America where every bit of ice on Earth has melted. Florida, Louisiana, and the Atlantic seaboard would all be fucked but most of the country would be left intact. A few stinky west coast cities would get cleaned out.

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"Up to 50% of patients with cannabis-related psychotic symptoms presenting to the ED requiring hospitalization will go on to develop schizophrenia. "
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.640222/full
"Cannabis is involved in approximately 50% of psychosis, schizophrenia, and schizophreniform psychosis cases"
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3927252/
"In one recent study that followed nearly 2,000 teenagers as they became young adults, young people who smoked marijuana at least five times were twice as likely to have developed psychosis over the next 10 years as those who didn’t smoke pot."
"One of the best-known studies followed nearly 50,000 young Swedish soldiers for 15 years. Those who had smoked marijuana at least once were more than twice as likely to develop schizophrenia as those who had never smoked pot. The heaviest users (who said they used marijuana more than 50 times) were 6x as likely to develop schizophrenia as the nonsmokers."
https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/teens-who-smoke-pot-at-risk-for-later-schizophrenia-psychosis-201103071676
"1/5th of cases of schizophrenia among young males might be prevented by averting [Cannabis Use Disorder]"
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/psychological-medicine/article/association-between-cannabis-use-disorder-and-schizophrenia-stronger-in-young-males-than-in-females/E1F8F0E09C6541CB8529A326C3641A68
Daily weed use was associated with increased odds of psychotic disorder compared with never users, increasing to nearly 5x increased odds for daily use of high-potency types of cannabis. The PAFs calculated indicated that if high-potency cannabis were no longer available, 12% of cases of first-episode psychosis could be prevented across the 11 sites, rising to 30% in London and 50% in Amsterdam
https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(19)30048-3/fulltext
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What if I see things but none of them are negative things? What if I’m just naturally inclined to hallucinate? What if I’m not paranoid? Do I still have schizophrenia?
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>>16125731
When that happens usually it means you are "viewing" something you might "change" very exciting
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>>16125626
you have narcissistic personalty disorder, thats why you presumed that you were the center of attention for a large group of people when you were really a nonentity that nobody cares about even slightly
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>>16125633
Tobacco isn't harmful to anyone under 40 years old, that was proved in the 20th century. The propaganda demonizing tobacco ignores the scientific reality, thats why it has to be shilled so hard with incessant daily repetition, if wasn't shilled that aggressively everyone would realize how fake it is.
graph shows live expectancy of people who quit smoking at age 40 vs people who never smoked vs people who always smoked. the first two statistics are nearly identical
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>>16126921
Right faggot and how many do you think quit after years and years of smoking?

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Academics are literal hivemind charlatan scammers. This has been known by many already, but now there's hard evidence to prove it. So-called "experts" are cheaters and liars just like the average student who cheats on his or her exams. And the evidence focuses on STEM papers specifically, including medicine, and not what are considered bullshit majors where of course everyone is expected to be a bullshitter and plagiarizer.

>Are medical studies being written with ChatGPT?
>Well, we all know ChatGPT overuses the word "delve".
>Look below at how often the word 'delve' is used in papers on PubMed (2023 was the first full year of ChatGPT).
https://twitter.com/JeremyNguyenPhD/status/1774021645709295840
>Here is the one for Math.
https://twitter.com/outscape/status/1774568789239095550
>Same trend in economics! Used ChatGPT (GPT-4) to write a script to scrape this data and make this plot
https://twitter.com/williamhickman_/status/1774097806224920852

>A normalized chart, showing % of papers with "delve" in title or abstract). Source: OpenAlex, articles (includes papers & preprints). Use of "delve" was gradually increasing through to 2022 but then jumped in '23! Some 46% of all 90-24 papers using delve came out in 23 & 24!
https://twitter.com/philipshapira/status/1774497589980742071

>I asked Gemini why this happens: “Sounding Authoritative: Both "delve" and "notable" have a slightly formal, academic tone. ChatGPT might use them in an attempt to sound more intelligent or credible, even if simpler synonyms would be more natural.”
https://twitter.com/GaryMWatson/status/1774090530227446050

>It's hilarious. Same for "multifaceted"
https://twitter.com/padolsey/status/1774046174695108943
https://blog.j11y.io/2023-11-22_multifaceted/
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>>16123175
>Nta but lmao it looks to me you are the crybaby one
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>>16118205
177 IQ post according to https://www.writingtoiq.com
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>>16117614
academia always has been and always will be for do nothing losers and frauds. capable people are able to move on from school once they become adults, academics are perpetually immature, which is why they stay in school like children for their entire lives
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>>16118205
Give this guy a PhD
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>>16116849

how to explain use of "delve" increasing even before chatgpt?

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How do you cope that big bang has been debunked by evidence this year?
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>>16126092
By fucking your dads bussy
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I already knew
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>>16126092
wait really? where
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The simulation of the universe may be interrupted today by hardware issues

In the greater picture the simulation appears more stable currently so messing with it would likely involve rooting oneself to the real world
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>>16126097
big bussy bang?

Bad news sneed oil bros, it turns out that sneed oils are extremely unhealthy and all the 'science' that blamed heart disease on animal fats was completely fake and was made up to fraudulently cast blame for the damage sneed oils do on animal fats
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>>16120839
Seriously, this site broke me a decade ago. 4chan is still wrong at a 5 to 1 ratio, but the times 4chan was correct are mind blowing in scope and implications.
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>>16124180
4chan is always right, the newfags from Reddit that post here are not 4chan
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>>16117978
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Procter & Gamble is what chinese megaconglomerates wish they could be. they're the last of a line of unapologetically evil and manipulating plutarchs that used to rule the USA with an iron fist. Now all we have is just a bunch of poorly directed assets led by bored sheiks and nepobabies that make for a poor excuse of an economic empire. Amazon? Ali? Google? They're all amateurs. Ciquita alone used to destabilize the entire south american continent just to get a few millions of margin. All they do now is parading with rainbow flags pandering to troons.
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>>16126332
>muh precious south american shitskins
those countries were nearly all better off as banana republics, without whites to guide them they inevitably devolve into violent primitive states just like african nations do

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is this good for the environment?
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>>16124520
They're going to be cut down to make space for solar farms and windmills
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>>16062100
Love how the right wingers turn into tree hugging, bird loving hippies every time a wind mill gets proposed.
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>>16125678
>>>/pol/
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>>16112103
>>16112644
>I am the friend of the trees and the protector of the forests
you live in an urban zone and have no idea what you're talking about. you never even both going to visit the locations you claim to care so much about. if you did bother visiting those locations you'd spend every last second taking selfies because you're addicted to social media virtue signaling and have a severe personality disorder.
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>>16126915
Textbook projection

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North American grey squirrels have taken over England and wiped out the native red squirrel population. This demonstrates that the two populations can't live side by side and that if greys are permitted to encroach the reds will eventually be eliminated.
The greys now have a toehold in mainland Europe and are rapidly expanding their territory at the expense of the reds.
Should grey squirrels be holocausted in Europe in order to preserve the native red squirrel population?
Should the greys be exterminated in England in order to return the reds to their natural and rightful homeland?
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>>16123009
Those ridiculously long limbs must make locomotion fairly awkward
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>Should grey squirrels be holocausted in Europe in order to preserve the native red squirrel population
Yes.
For me it's pic related.
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maybe when red squirrels mate with grey squirrels the offspring are just more likely to stay grey?
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>>16125081
they don't race mix.
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>>16126286
based

do you look like a faggot?
computers can now tell if you're gay just by looking at you.

of course its still considered prejudice if you judge people by the way they look, even though everyone knows that computers are programmed with their programmers' biases.
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>>16099937
this doesn't make sense
there's plenty of pale people with blue eyes and black hair
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reminder that homosexuality is caused by incomplete masculinization of the INAH3, due to reduced testosterone exposure in the womb
womb testosterone exposure is also causative in digit ratio, with higher testosterone exposure resulting in a lower 2d:4d ratio
if you aggregate face shapes pre-puberty and thus before mature testosterone exposure, there are stereotypical features associated with a high ratio and stereotypical features associated with a low ratio. These facial features are thus correlated with homosexuality, leading to the phenomenon of visible homosexuality in the face. Homosexuality and transsexuality are of course mild intersex disorders.

personally if I compare a picture of my face around 11 with this figure it fits right on the high ratio face.
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Second-to-fourth-digit-ratio-and-facial-shape-in-Meindl-Windhager/b069013a68d71bec6b02f38f3d1c92211506abb0
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>>16125101
>gays have smaller brains
just like women lol
no wonder there has never been a successful gay scientist
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>>16092245
>straight women look like punchable fat cunts
>dyke women look cute
it's not fair bros
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>>16124670
I can imagine that it would involve a lot of looting of high end retail stores

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Why can't AI generate pictures of white scientists when it can make pictures of scientists from all other races?
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>>16111403
This. They want us arguing about race instead of trying to fix the corrupt government.
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>>16110188
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>>16123956
>mainstream culture
sure, its "mainstream culture" thats at fault. nobody in particular is to blame, it all happened at random because this intangible "mainstream culture" just happened to do it.
coincidentally, "mainstream culture" has been kicked out of over 109 countries
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>>16125106
>((((mainstream culture))) has been kicked out of over 109 countries
Afghanistan most recently
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>>16126299
lol

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I HECKIN' LOVE SCIENSE
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SCIENCE IS SOOO POWERFUL!!!!!
ONLY SMART PPL CAN DO SCIENCE!!!!
I AM SMART BECAUSE I DO SCIENCE!!!!
AND POWERFUL!!!!
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>>16121803
racial IQ distributions

If we take Ivermectin (maybe also fenbendazol) every year (2-3 times a year for some weeks), could it be the solution (or the one with highest potential) to avoid getting cancer?

For example if you are over 40 years old it would be a good idea because it will prevent cancer cells from moving beyond the initial phase.

The issue with cancer is "getting the solution early" (we have heard this for years). So, why not avoiding the first cancer cells to reproduce?

What would be the side effects for taking it several times a year for the rest of your life? I guess no more side effects that taking alcohol or SRSI or any other medicine (or probably even less side effects).

Is not this better than getting cancer and having to go for the process of chemo and harder drugs? Or better than using ivermectin once the cancer cells have already mutated?

So what is your opinion and what dosage would you take?
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>>16124406
>So what is your opinion and what dosage would you take?
You didn't really mention anywhere that it actually could prevent cancer.
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>>16125317
If it kills cancer cells in cancer patients (there are many examples on this) then it is obvious that it will also kill the initial cancer cells (even if the doctors can´t still tell you that you have cancer).
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>>16125480
>If it kills cancer cells in cancer patients (there are many examples on this)
If. and which examples?
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>>16124406
Possible in the sense the ones cause by parasites. Like liver ones.
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>>16124406
If only our bodies already had some sort of system to prevent cancerous cells from dividing, some kind of protein that arrested the cell cycle in response to damage. Maybe we wouldn't find it the first time, or the second time, maybe it would even be the fifty third time, and we could call it P53. Maybe we could do some research and find that P53 was defective in like the vast majority of cancers and then do actual research into how this could benefit or prevent cancers.

Nah, that seems like too much hard work. Let's just take some horse pills some fat retard with no STEM background chilled because we are brainlets.

You should ABSOLUTELY take as much Ivermectin as you can get your hands on OP. You have like 30 trillion cells in your body, you're gonna need a lot for all of them right? Literally max out your cards and take like 50g.

How many journalists does it take to cover a single news story about a science topic?
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I honestly think they should make technical/scientific/business writing class a requirement for science majors. And possibly even video editing class.

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Why are engineers chuddy af?
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>>16126131
>The tldr is what that chart defines as "left leaning" are still "nazis" to fuckwits like you if you questions their actual views on policies
A perfect example this btw is JK Rowling, bitch is as hard left as you can be but troons, being the mentally ill retards that they are, call her a "right wing nazi" top kek
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>>16126040
No, >>16123820 did so by using "overly political" and "extremist" interchangeably.
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>>16125889
>41% of American Jews lied too a pollster
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>>16122258
High IQ people who have become alienated from the material world and their own animal nature. It should be obvious why engineers buck the trend.
I predict that democrat engineers also tend to be more moderate than democrat professors in other fields.
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>>16122204
>all this rationalization and sophistry
nice natural sciences and math board, faggots.

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Climate scientist Stephen Schneider of NOAA in the October 1989 issue of Discover magazine admitted that climate scientists intentionally mislead the public about global warming as a means of forwarding their political goals:

>Stephen Schneider of the National Center for Atmospheric Research described the scientists’ dilemma this way:
>“On the one hand, as scientists, we are ethically bound to the scientific method, in effect promising to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but—which means that we must include all the doubts, the caveats, the ifs, ands, and buts. On the other hand, we are not just scientists but human beings as well.

>And like most people we’d like to see the world a better place, which in this context translates into our working to reduce the risk of potentially disastrous climatic change. To do that we need to get some broad-based support, to capture the public’s imagination. That, of course, entails getting loads of media coverage. So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements, and make little mention of any doubts we might have. This ‘double ethical bind’ we frequently find ourselves in cannot be solved by any formula. Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest.”
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>>16123616
>Shell was not hugely invested quarter of a century ago old
The global warming meme originated with Standard Oil over half a century ago
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>>16092182
>Climate scientist Stephen Schneider of NOAA in the October 1989 issue of Discover magazine admitted that climate scientists intentionally mislead the public about global warming
And yet 35 years later there are people who still believe that the political activists posing as scientists aren't lying about global warming
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>>16123587
No proof? Unsurprising.
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>>16126850
That does not prove that climate change is the result of axial tilt. Did you want to try again or would you like to acknowledge that you don't know what you're talking about?

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Is the moon really a planet thats made of gas? Have the scientists been lying to us all along?
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>>16126217
If you replace "moon" with "sun" when she talks about it being made of gases then it also means that when she said, "Can humans live on the moon? Are the gases such that we could do that?" it changes it to her musing about living on the SUN.
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>>16122990
The moon moves across the sky and is therefore a planet in the classical sense.
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>The Hill reported that during a 1997 visit to the Mars Pathfinder operations center, Jackson Lee asked whether the Pathfinder rover had taken a picture of the U.S. flag planted by Neil Armstrong; the flag had been planted on the Moon, not Mars. Jackson Lee was at the time a member of the Aeronautics and Space Subcommittee of the House Science Committee. In response, Jackson Lee’s deputy chief of staff accused the newspaper of racial bias without disputing the story's accuracy. The Hill denied the allegations and stood by its reporting.
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>>16126345
we could live on the dark side of the sun
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>>16126341
At one point in time during the 1970s the people of the US Virgin Islands elected a well known homosexual child predator to their non-voting seat in congress because they wanted to get rid of him and sending him to Washington DC was easier than getting him convicted because he was rich and their courts were corrupt.


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