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Fucking airplanes.
I get the lift, push and energy, but a metal tube, flying at 35,000 feet, for multiple hours at a time with 300 people on board, is something I can't understand.
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>inb4 magnets.
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how fish can breath underwater.
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>>593994959
Google it.
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Magic, dude...Magic
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Liberals defending Islam.
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Electricity. I just don't get it.
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>>593994667
Magnets
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>>593994383
conservatives defending isral
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>>593996295
You must live in Africa if you don't get electricity
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why haven't we all moved to VIIIchan?
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>>593994383
What hitler did wrong
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>>593996447
kek
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sin cos tan

I know how to use them to solve trig questions. I just don't fully *understand* them.
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>>593996369
Beat me to it
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>>593996564
Sex On Hard Concrete Always Hurts The Orgasmic Areas
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>>593994383
The size of the universe.
I thought it was big when I played that game 'scale of the universe'.
But after further investigation,
it's really big and beyond that is there more?
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Trees. Or just plants in general. Like how the hell do they go from a little ass seed to a big fucking tree using just sunlight and water? Where does everything they consist of come from? Does the water then into the bark and leaves and shit? I just don't get it.
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heavy ships not sinking
how birds find their way back
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>>593996447
As a South African who experiences 2 hours of no electricity every couple of days, this made me kek whole heartedly
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The Monty Hall Problem.

I mean, I've had it explained to me, I accept it, but part of my brain is still in denial.
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>>593996235
>>593996387
both of these, except neither are logical
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>>593997065
This.

Its like the goat changes reality
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I don't understand how the fuck calculators work
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What is the ultimate reality?
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Giant conglomerations of water and dust float over our heads all the time.

>fuck clouds
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>>593997065
This is why I love /b/. a bunch of secretly smart assholes who every once in a while drop some knowledge. Thank you for that ive never heard of this before.
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>>593996564
i have the exact opposite problem. when thinking about it physically i know what is what and where it goes but i have a problem with polynomials. i can do a problem 10 times and get 3 different answers and even though 1 is right im not sure which and i have no idea what i did wrong. i think i have something fucked up in the fundamentals but i havent figured it out yet
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Boobs.

They're basically lumps of fat and tissue sitting on a woman's chest.
So how is it they're so hypnotically alluring and irresistible?
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>>593997269
>I don't understand how the fuck calculators work

I don't understand how the fuck women work.
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>>593997644
I ask myself this every day
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>>593997644
big breasts symbols a healthy woman who has good capabilies to feed her kids
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>>593997419
Me shitting in your ass
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>>593997737
both work using algorithms
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>>593994383
Fax machines.
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>>593997644
>>593997921
See:
>>593997985

You incredible retards.
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>>593997065
In case of three doors, after one incorrect door is opened switching means you have a 2/3 chance of being right. Think of it like now you're picking two doors instead of one. The hinge is that the door opened isn't random, it's always an incorrect one. Sorry if I'm repeating things you've already been told, but no part of your brain should deny it
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>>593997644
Cleavage resembles buttocks and most animals mate from behind. Big breasts make missionary worthwile.
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>>593997065
Here's a way of thinking of it.

When you make a switch after the first door has been opened you either go from wrong-to-right or right-to-wrong, yeah? That's the two only choices left - right and wrong, and you're going from one to another.
Now at the very start there were 2 wrongs and only 1 right. Which means the odd are you picked a wrong door. Which means that the odds are in your favor that you'll go wrong-to-right, instead of right-to-wrong.
2 out of 3 times you will go wrong-to-right, since there were 2 wrong doors.
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"Public transportation"

Because only some people move at the same time
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>>593997737
They don't. That's what they get men for.
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how OP is a faggot.
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I can't imagine what being blind from birth is like. They don't see darkness, they don't see *anything*.
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>>593998431
The thing is, nothing changes, if you'd pick the same door you would also have 2/3 chance of winning

If the winning/losing percentage would be different it should be psychology
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>>593997065
>>593998584

And yet another way of thinking of it.
What if there were 100 doors from the start - 99 with goats and 1 with a car.
You pick one door. The odds are highly against you picking the car. You only have 1% chance.
Now we open 98 of the doors, leaving only the one you picked and a single other door. You're told that the car is between one of them.
Now, do you think it's 50/50 because there are two doors now, or are the odds heavily in your favor if you switch?

It's the same concept, just expanded.
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>>593998947
This
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>>593996564
cosine is the projection of the unit circle on the x axis.

Sine is the projection of the unit circle on the y axis.
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>>593996946
They get their mass from the soil and air around them. The energy to do this comes from the sun, like most other things on earth.
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>>593997065
Yeah, I still have trouble believing this. Sure you're chances change to 1/2 after one door is opened, but what now sticking to the same door seems like it should be the same as picking that door among the two, as if there never was a third door. Yet, I'm told this is stupid. I"m told that there's a difference between the two because I already picked the one. They say statistics support it though, so I'll just trust it.
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>>593998978
Very well explained. Thanks
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>>593998584

if there are only 2 doors left taht automatically makes the odds 50/50 just through elimination of one of the options. chance is just a tool that we use to deal with no knowing the specifics of somthing, its not a physical law of the universe

the only right answer is that the same goat is behind door 2 (his ass end) and 3 (his head)
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My poop was once a delicious meal.

Also, there must be so much poop in the world.
Americans release 108 million pounds of poop every single day.
Could we hypothetically create a planet-sized wad of poop if we were to eject it into space?
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>>593998954
The thing that makes your original choice less is that you picked it when all three were available to choose. Nothing can be done to change that that door represents a 1/3 chance. However switching means that you're now selecting both of the other doors.

On second thought, I do understand that part of you denies it. After all there are mathematicians out there that also don't believe it. I believe it's been proven in experiments, though.
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Huge ships
Big fucking things made of heavy metal just floating like a leaf.
FUCK!
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Computers and the internet
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>>593997644
>>593997921
1st thing you get in this world :D
human nature i guess
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>>593994383
you need to understand the physics of drag then buddy. Ever notice the wings are proportional to the actual craft?
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>>593999313
They don't get their mass from the soil, just nutrients, trees are hydrocarbons derived from carbon dioxide and water.
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>>593998978
lulz except in your version switching gives you a 99.9% chance of getting it right. in the MH version its only like 58%
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>2015
>america is the world leader in industry, sciences, military etc
>we've landed men on the moon, invented electrical devices, created nuclear weapons, cured diseases

>2/3 of people here believe we go to heaven when we die
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>>593994383
Planes only fly if their thrust is greater then their mass.

It's like swimming--if you have a weight belt on so you are more dense then the water you sink--the only way to "fly" underwater is by producing more thrust (force) up than your weight is pulling you down (mass times 9.8 m/s^2 minus buoyancy).

Flying is just swimming, but in air
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>>593999504
It would be 50/50, if you came in at that very moment. Then it wouldn't matter.
But it's not an isolated incident. The switch choice builds upon what happened earlier - you had 1/3 chance of picking the right door and now a wrong door has been removed. That's not the exact same thing as 50/50.

Think about it in reverse.
Three doors, two with cars, one with a goat. You will pick a car 2/3 of the time.
Now a car is revealed and removed. Do you switch? No, because you're still holding on to your 2/3 door, the one you picked when the odds were in your favor. It would be silly to gamble that away for the 1/3 chance that you picked the goat the first time.

It's the same thing, only reversed. It's dumb to keep the door since you're still holding on to your 1/3 chance that it was the car you picked the first time.
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>>593999633

Learn about density.
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>>594000185
Sure, it's an exaggerated example, but it's to prove the point that the choice to switch or not isn't 50/50.
It depends on what happened before.

And switching in the Monty Hall problem isn't a sure thing. But it will result in a car 2 times out of 3, so it's the best thing to do.
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>>593999633
A battleship can float on an inch of water so long as you have a bathtub big enough
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>>594000014
well you are being semantic by saying they don't get their mass from the soil. Nutrients are found in soil... soil is a complex combination of different materials.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil
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>>593996946
You forgot about the ground, which is rich in nutrients from shit and dead animals. Dumbass
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>>594000806
more specifically, buoyancy
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>>593999584

All of your poop goes to sewage treatment plants, sets in an artificial lake and gets eaten by a ravenous bacteria. What's left is clean water that gets released into a river or to a water treatment plant
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>>594000806
Hi Ho. Density is also like this; if you blow a bubble under water, it will rise to the surface. But if you blow a bubble about 6 000 metres down, it will sink. True story, bro.
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Comedy and humor.

The fact that something like watching a few guys riff on a shitty movie by pointing out silly flaws and deliberately misinterpreting situations can somehow give a guy enough amusement to enjoy a night alone or get through a day.
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>>594000985
na its not 2 out of 3 but i get what your saying
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The strings in string theory aren't made of anything. I don't understand this.
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>>593996864
Kekfest
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>>594001389
Ask Sheldon, he knows.
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>>594001389
They're energy, supposedly.

It helps to change your thinking. You can't use the rules you understand as the universe to try to understand things which (if string theory holds) make up the very fabric of the universe.
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>>593994383
I think time is the thing that fucks me up the most. The more I learn, the more I think id doesn't exist, yet I can't seem to rewrite time out of physics so I'm stuck with having to deal with our poor understand and definition of time.
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>>594001385
It is 2 out of 3, dumbass.
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>>594001385
It is 2 out of 3.

You will have a wrong door 2/3 times.
If you always switch, you will switch from a wrong to a right door 2/3 times.
2/3 times you will win the car if you switch.
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What the fuck are birds?!
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>>594002134
Dinosaurs.
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>>593996946
>Trees
it's all about the air
nutrients in soil don't give it the mass
it's CO2 in the air, which they split into O2 (Oxygen) and C (Carbon)
they do this when there's energy in form of sunlight
growing doesn't depend on sunlight
they use some of their stored energy to re-use the freshly de-oxidized carbon to build themselves
that's why they can become coal a very, very long time after existence and some other accidents
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>>594001377
Assburg detected
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>>594002134
Flying faggots
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>>594001792
I was thinking that the smaller you go, things become more and more mathematical than real.
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I don't understand why people develop twisted fetishes? Like, I'm really into pain play, getting cut with a knife or beat with a bat get my boner juices flowing and I have no idea why
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Why does math work? I mean Pi is this neverending number, yet it is everywhere. Also fibonnaci sequence and golden ratio popping up here and there in biology
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>>593994383
A jet engine could blow the skin off your face, that's how much power they exert

>>593994959
Tiny oxygen bubbles

>>593996295
>>593996369

Atoms have electrons, and under certain conditions those electrons start moving en masse, causing a noticeable shift in energy

>>593996515
Cancer

>>593996564
The word Sine comes from a Sanskrit word for bowstring, as far as I learned. If you draw two radii of a unit circle X degrees apart, and draw a half "bowstring", you get the sine of that angle. See image.

>>593996871
It's exactly as big as you could ever imagine. The universe is expanding away from you at the speed of light, a speed you can never exceed, so the edge will always be further and further away from you.

>>593996946
Trees eat water and nutrients that collect in dirt. Remember, your body is 70% water. Plants use so little energy that they eat very little.

>>593997015
Ships are full of air the same way a balloon is full of helium.
Birds may very well have a compass in their brain. I think the jury's still out.

>>593997065
When the host goes to pick one of the two remaining doors, he does so randomly. What's more likely; the remaining unopened door survived a 50/50 chance, or it has the car behind it and wouldn't have been opened?
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>>593997591

>/b/
>smart

Pick one
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>>594002345
So they get their mass by converting the carbon in the air into solid material? Or am I just not getting this
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>>594002418
i think its something to do with they way your sexuality latches itself to things in bouts of confusion. children being spanked might associate the intimate contact as a sexual thing, thus sparking a spanking fetish - people writhing in pain might remind one of sex and thus a connection could be made there etc.
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>>594002416
They seem to. However, I think the math changes too. Or at least is based on logic that isn't represented in the macroscopic world.
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>>593996871
Beyond the observable universe we have no idea what is there because the light from beyond hasn't reached us on earth yet. When the light does reach us, we can see what is there. By the time the light reaches us, what's there is probably long gone since the traveling light is billions of years old.
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>>594002798
Yes that is exactly how it works
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>>594002928
Oh. Well I learned something today. Neat
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colour video-cameras for television before digital times
i'd get it if the video was made on film-tapes
but not how they convert a 2D-image into a 1D-signal with three different parameters (colours)
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>>593997041
>south african
bitch gtfo. nigeria representing and we go several hours sometimes days without electricity
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>>594003074
>arguing about being shittier than another shitty place

Only on /b/
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>>593997419
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how everything is wireless, pocket sized and connected through the ultraweb nowadays, yet we still require annoying ugly cables to connect everything to a power source. I understand why it's needed, but it feels so outdated compared to all the mindblowing technology around us.
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>>594003074
> Nigeria
Nigger.
Also I live in the bible belt, I'd trade no electricity every now and then for all the Baptists here any day
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>>594003652
Electrons != Photons
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How does Moot work... oh wait...
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>>594003652
Wireless power is a thing, but the losses associated with it are something we'll likely never overcome
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>>594003652
He who invents wireless electricity will be rich as fuck.
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>>594003896
Too soon anon
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I think it's kinda funny how change is a constant.... heh.
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>>594003935
Everyone who has, had the idea stolen/bought or was killed, or the big companies just wont fund them. Tesla would be a great example. Thanks to JP Morgan.. ass hole
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I don't understand how speakers make distinct sounds at the same time. Same goes for microphones. How the fuck does it work?
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Quantum mechanics. What the fuck is that all about. It just makes science infinitely more times harder than it appears to be.

Face it, we'll never understand the universe, like, ever. We're arrogant as fuck if we think our limited intelligence can understand something so immensely complex.
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>>593998978
faggot don't take creds from numberphile
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>>594001917
So much this. I thought I had it, I really did. I reduced time to a measurement rather than a physical property and I felt I was on the verge of understanding something so profound.

But then I looked at the effect time was having on the universe and I can't fathom how the two can be the same thing.
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I've always had trouble figuring out momentum, environment and that shit.
That whole "if I shoot a bullet against the back end of a train, that's going the speed of the bullet, then the bullet will appear to stand still to someone standing besides the tracks" thingy.
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>>593997065
Well I just played the game.
I switched 20 times and stayed 20 times.
The results suggest that it's bullshit.
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>>593996524
underrated post
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>>594004698
Or maybe one day we'll understand everything about physics and discover a completely new branch of science
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>>593996235

That's easy to understand.

>Liberals: "Stop liking things I don't like.
>Liberals: "Stop hating things I don't hate."

>Liberals: The most retarded aspie fucktarded life-form on the planet!
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Wifi - I can transfer a pic of tits through magical airwaves and I cannot see it
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>>594004712
I've no idea who that is.
/v/ falls for the MH problem all the time, and some anon posted that example there.

Never claimed I made it up, never heard of numberphile.
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>>594003770
i live in the US now. And not a nigger, just black. Pure africans are a lot different and more respectable than African americunts in this country.
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>>593996564

Take a long rope. Tie one end to a sapling or pole. roll it out and pick up the loose end. stretch it out a little so there's just a little slack. Gently whip the rope in a gentle fashion. Note how the motion produces long multiple figure eight forms along its length.

>Now you understand waves.
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>>594005140
I've always believed that of all the factions in America, the two dumbest are the Liberals and the Conservatives.
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>>594004571
magnets, it works cuz magnets.
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>>594005289
Agreed.

It's not about skin color. It's about nigger's god damn culture
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Masturbation
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>>593997065
>>593997065
Just discovered this problem, after a few youtube search, i still was not convinced, so i coded this down, and by coding it i figured it out, the keypoint is for me was to realize that when you choose your first door, you have 1/3 chances to win, so the fact that a door is eliminated didnt change nothing afterward, the door you chose still have 1/3 chances to be the car one. if you havent straight chose the right door, you must have swapped, so the choice became binary between 1/3, and the rest, 2/3. The fact that one door was revealed didnt change nothing !

Hope this will help some peoples
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>>594002134
nice tit you got there
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>>594005487
fuck that. All blacks have nigger inside them. Some just hide it better than others
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>>593998544
This guy gets it. They're front butts.
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>>594002134

We just don't know.
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>>593998544
>>594005853
This doesn't explain people who don't give a fuck but love boobs.

>>593997644
They're a secondary sexual characteristic. Boobs indicate "female". Nice, round, firm boobs indicate "young female ready to breed".
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>>594000546
>Planes only fly if their thrust is greater then their mass.

Incorrect. If a plane weighs 20 tons then the engines would have to produce 30 tons of thrust, min.

That's wrong. Here's why.

The engines need only produce enough thrust to move an aircraft forward at sufficient speed so the lift factor of the wings becomes great enough to carry the aircraft into the air. No more than that.

Using a calculation of a lift/thrust to load/drag ratio then the thrust required to lift a 10 ton aircraft into the air would be 12 thousand pounds of thrust. In other words, thrust only needs to be slightly more than ten percent of the overall weight of the aircraft in order to fly.
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>>594002134
Living dinosaurs.
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>>594006076
Imhotep knows but he is invisible
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>>594005029
Yes, but monty hall probably wasn't opening one of the doors with a "pig?" behind it. I think it's random in that version.
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>>594003896

Actually the question is: how does Moot NOT work?

>Simple! He retires!
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the space of all shapes of tetrahedra is 5-dimensional
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>>594006617
It is random; isn't that the point?
And it was opening one door with a pig behind it...
I don't know, I don't think I'm getting at what you're suggesting.
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The fact that I'm not a virgin
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A law of sines for tetrahedra and the space of all shapes of tetrahedra
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My main board is /sci/ and I dropped in to /b/ to check out the moot related fallout. But now I've come to realize that this board is populated by 7 year olds and the mentally handicapped
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Why are some people born gay?

I've no doubt that upbringing and culture can affect someone's sexuality, but I also think that many are just born that way.
But why? What's the point? Men are attracted to women so we can procreate, have kids and have the species survive. Every bit of nature is like this, animals, trees, bacteria, etc. All about survival of the species.
Gays don't fit into this at all. If everyone of some race was gay the race wouldn't survive.
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>>593997591
This is incorrect most think they are smart when they are not
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I dont understand how a motherboard bios is created
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>>594007446
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_animals_displaying_homosexual_behavior
shit bait/10
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>>594005452

Oddly enough once you start looking at detailed information about Conservatives with an open mind, willing to dig deep enough to get past the bullshit it'll begin to dawn on you that it's the Conservatives who're most interested in protecting and preserving the standard and way of living that Americans want to keep.

Careful examination of Democrats reveals that all they're interested in is maintaining their status quo, their power and their control.

Republicans: Oppose big government, high taxes and excessive social programs because a lot, if not most Republicans know what that whole welfare system's really all about.

Democrats: Seek to preserve the present welfare state because it guarantees them a massive voter base in perpetuity.

>Democrats vote for their checks. Not fo what's right.

>If the US government completely abolished all social welfare systems in the US then the Democratic voter base would evaporate to nothing overnight and they would be swept from power with little, if any chance of ever being re-elected because of all of the truly horrible mistakes they've made in the past, mistakes, incidentally, that they've never confessed to or owned up to which, to me, is the absolute height of governmental irresponsibility.
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Can someone actually smart explain the Time Cube and the Communist Gangster Computer God to me.
These things are way over my head.
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>>594007645
You see, when a fatherboard loves a motherboard very much they do a special hug.
9 months later a stork comes by from Newegg with a bios.
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>>594004526
Nope. As previously stated, wireless electricity has been around for ages. It's not used because it's impractical and never will be practical. Physics doesn't allow for it without being extremely wasteful
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>>593994667
how do they work?
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>>594006617

He would always open a door with a pig. He would never accidentally open the door with the car. That's why it works.
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>>594007824
What's your point?
I'm saying it's natural - I just don't get WHY. What purpose does it serve? Is it like a mild insanity?
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>>594007446
>Gays don't fit into this at all. If everyone of some race was gay the race wouldn't survive.
They might fit if their lack of reproduction is compensated by someone carrying the same genes having a larger prole.
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>>594007645
It's ritual magic involving animal sacrifices, copious amounts of candles and self mutilation.
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>>593994383
I have the same problem with airplanes. Even understanding the mechanics and physics of it, just thinking that there are thousands of these things in the sky hundreds of people on each one flying through the air at such a high speed, and it is a rare occurrence that one somehow gets fucked
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>>594000289
It's a shame isnt it?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJLhnts9-oQ
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>>594007039
No, he has to open one of the false doors.

Try to look at it like this: Over the course of three games you pick door A all three times, to start with, 2 out of those 3 times (since you're playing three games) he was forced to open the only possible wrong door. (since he's got the other 2/3 doors).
This shit is hard to explain, i guess if i can't explain it i don't understand it enough.
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>>594008288
Gay and straigh are just social constructs. Your genes tells you to fuck other humans and in most cases that means you get attracted to a person with the opposite sex, but not always. You are still only human and the genes main expression is "go fuck something", not "go gay" or "go straight".
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>>594002604
except you of course
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>>594008293
But how are they selected?
Is there something from nature that makes some creatures gay, so they don't mate?
Usually every single creature tries to get its seed spread as much as possible, even trying to ruin it for other males or shit like that.
I can see that some other straight animal can step in and pick up the slack, but that comes after the gay animal have failed to breed. Why was it gay in the first place?
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>>594007446
>>594008288


They're just oddities. They don't have to serve a purpose. It's like asking "how can some people be born with crippling deformities? What's the point?"

As far as a mechanism goes, there are suggestions that a fetus being exposed to higher than usual levels of female hormones in the womb can be more likely to lead to a male with homosexual tendencies, or alternatively to a female who is more "feminine" than usual - higher desire for sex with men and greater tendency to be nurturing and devoted to children.
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>>594007446
To anthropomorphize, It's probably just some form of mutation that natural selection didn't prioritize to kill off.
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>>594009150
>tfw bunch of magic airwave porn is passing trough you right now
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>>593998947
What would a person blind from birth see on hallucinogens like LSD or salvia?
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>>593996564
Yea, Trig is a bitch. Hate that fucking shit!!
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>>594008839
All I can tell you is what I played.

I picked one of 3 doors.
A second door with a pig is opened.
I switch to the other remaining choice

Restart
Pick one of three doors
Door with a pig is opened
I pick the one I had picked from the beginning

Results were for the most part 50: 50.
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>>593999624
I don't understand why this is a thing. I mean, once the goat is revealed the odds change. They don't stay constant. If all 3 of the doors would open, you wouldn't have a 33% chance to pick the right door, you would have a 100% chance. There is no 2/3 chance in the other 2 doors after one is opened.
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>>594008986
>But how are they selected?
Remember, the important isn't the creature, but the gene that uses said creature to be spread.

For an example, if an hypothetical gene makes all the male carriers infertile (ex: gay) but make all the female carriers have more than the double of offspring they would without the gene (like, having 5 kids instead of 2), this gene will eventually spread until it reaches an equilibrium.

Of course, I don't know if this is what happens with gays, but it's a possibility.
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>>594009757
link to the site?
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>>594009572
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>>593997737
Why don't you just get married you fucking faggots?
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I don't understand how the internet and computers works. I know there's 1s and 0s but that about it. It makes my life better so I just accept it as magic.
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>>594010245
I'm married and I still don't know how women work. Not even my wife.
(I don't think she knows how she works either...)
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>>594010387
praise the lord
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>>594008839
This might perhaps make it easier
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>>594007828
The democrat voter base is most certainly not centered solely around the welfare system and its recipients. There are simply not enough people receiving any great amount of money from our welfare system to prop up a party.
Like it or not, both party's are working constantly to appease their biggest interest groups, who tend to be frighteningly moronic.
Sure, some of the biggest interest groups supporting the Republicans are ideological groups, but most of the country's largest interest groups are ideological groups. Those ideologies just translate to economic concerns more often for the Liberal groups, who tend to support the marginalized, who tend to be poor.

Both sides are heavily flawed, but unless who drastically raise popular voter efficacy, things will remain as they are.
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>>593996946
i suggest you watch these two videos. He explains it pretty easy and good
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KZb2_vcNTg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BickMFHAZR0
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>>594002476
you might be a smart man but you forgot that the main food of trees is carbonmonoxide
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>>594010037
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/SimpleMontyHall/
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>>593997644
Humans have breasts because we are the only species whose mouth doesn't protrude outward like other animals. (Chimps, dogs, cats, giraffes, niggers)
The protrusion of the breast with the nipple on the end lets the baby feed without suffocating itself.
Because we all sucked on titties from birth, we all love titties, even girls love titties. Tits are fucking awesome because its the first thing you know and love. Tits give you life and at the same time are the reason to live it. I love tits.
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>>594010879
Don't become a teacher.
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Fucking magnets man.
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One word - hypercubes.
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>>594011031
Shit, I forgot to include air in the list of "places trees get shit from".

I'm a smart man, but not a conscientious one.
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>>594011347
Funny, you aint the first one to say that. Meh, how hard can it be, them kids are stupid and will believe any crap I feed them.
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>>594010387
Imagine a really, really large tape. Right?
Said tape is divided in small squares. Said squares can have a dot (1) or no dot (0). And there's a machine reading the content of said tape, and depending on the sequences of dots, making different things:

0000 - pulls a second tape (begins writing)
0110 - punches a dot in the second tape (writes a 1)
0111 - skips the square in the second tape ("writes" a 0)
0001 - stops pulling the second tape (ends writing).

Now, imagine there wasn't just a second tape, but a third and a fourth and a five... and said machine could read and write in those tapes at the same time. Imagine also the instructions were fairly more complicated than just "write dot, pull tape", but also things as "if the 3rd and 4th tapes have a 1, write a 0 in this square but a 1 in the next square", or "send a 110111 electric signal to the monitor". This would be a computer.
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>>594011261
are you this retarded? is this b8?
you know there is a whole group of animals (aka FUCKING MAMMALS) who all have breasts?
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>>593994383
How slip-streaming a car, then moving out of said slip stream gives you a boost of acceleration. I understand going faster while in in the slip stream, but how the hell going back in the wind resistance makes you faster?
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>>594006409
>>594006409
"If the thrust-to-weight ratio times the lift-to-drag ratio is greater than local gravity then takeoff using aerodynamic lift is possible"

That's strait from wiki, which somewhat supports you.

I was only considering "If the thrust-to-weight ratio is greater than the local gravity strength (expressed in gs), then flight can occur without any forward motion or any aerodynamic lift being required"

by this definition you have to have more thrust than your down force =gxm (gravity times mass).
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>>594011261
Not only that, but also our erect position putting them in evidence.
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How cells and virus can work, and react
I'm study biopharmaceuticals and a major part of it is studying things like that, but still, there got to be more to it that than it's just energetically advantageous or enzym just work that way
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>>594011261
are you kidding? literally every animal you listed has breasts as well
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>>593997644
fucking mystery. for some reason, they are literally the most mesmerizing thing on the planet. same with beautiful faces.

there is nothing in the world that i will not get bored of looking at except tits. just try, now - find some naked tits on 4chan and look at them, and notice how you never get bored.
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>>593994383

Maths. Algebra and calculus are like magic to me and people that can into it are wizards. Also, I have no idea what people are on about when they say it is fun.
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how can the world not just bomb the fucking muslims? cant grasp
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>>594004698
The tl;dr of quantum physics is the idea that particles can exist as waves and traditional particles at the same time. It would appear we can only observe them in one state at a time, however, for reasons unknown.
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>>593997419
I also would like to understand this structure
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>>594012236
>>594012366
shit, I 8 the b8
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Weed. I just don't fucking get it. Why is it SO popular? Why do so many people smoke it? Why do so many think its 100% risk free? WHy? Is just a fucking plant, like tobacco. Only it fucks with your brain chemistry
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expansion of the universe
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>>594005029
You need to increase your repetitions, ideally as large as possible, but look at the difference in results I got at 100 for each.
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>>594012391
>wizards
lel'd.

currently working on a report for my uni degree with maths that i am quite certain is just letters on a page intended to troll me. fucking higgs boson, wish it was never discovered.
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>>593998584
That's a fucking great explanation.
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>>594012156
during your time behind the vehicle, the net force your car experienced in the forward direction was higher. Thus for the same amount of gas/time, your car experiences more forward momentum.
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>>594012625

It's an altered state of consciousness. You can feel about it as you wish, but if you don't like it, there are people who do like it for the exact same reasons. I'm not into it either, but whatever.
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>>594012155
>>594012366
They don't have breasts all the time. Mammals only grow them when they need to feed. Dogs don't walk around with their titties full of milk all the time. We're the only ones that have breasts all the time. And I listed those animals because they're mouths protrude out not because they do or don't have tits you fucking pleb shit tier nigger faggot
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>>594012615
Sure, the other animals have breasts too, but they are nowhere as large and as important for male adults as in humans.
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>>594012431
When you yourself grasp that you sound just like those fundamentalist arseholes crying "behead those that insult Islam" you might be capable of understanding how the rest of the world feels.
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>>594012366
>>594012155
The anon made a bad sentence, but did say "protruding", which should have given some of the meaning. What anon intended to say was that while the other animals have mammary glands, they do not stand out on animals the way they do on humans, this is because of the shape of the mouth, where humans need a more protruded breast due to the shape and placement of the mouth.
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>>594012431

Cus we're not all just fucking children/fox viewers.
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>>594013064
Wow this kid isn't a fucktard unlike these stupid faggots>>594012366
>>594012155
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>>594002914
It will never reach us, because space is expanding faster than light. And the expansion is accelerating.
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>>594012978
Its not that I'm against it, I just don't know WHY its so popular. Why does it have an incredibly large following? Why are there whole fucking conventions for the shit? Why are people SO hellbent on it being the fucking miracle plant?
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>>594013170
I thank you for having basic reading comprehension skills, anon.
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>>593997041
>as a
redditfag spotted
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Why do kids love the taste of cinnamon toast crunch?
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>>593995394
MY GOOGLES DO NOTHING!
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How acceleration due to gravity isn't affected by mass.

I understand how m cancels in the equations. I understand that joining two objects together by glue doesn''t increase the acceleration it experiences.
I understand heavier objects just have alarger force on them.

But motherfucker, a heavier object should just fall faster.
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>>593997065
But this shit's the easiest lol
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>>594001917
>>594001917

I don't see what you mean. We perceive ourselves as a point in time, which we call the present. There are going to be points which we inhabit later on, and there are points that we have already inhabited. These are the future and the past.
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>>594011031
You must mean carbon dioxide. I'm not sure if carbon monoxide would be bad for a tree, but it's certainly not where it get its bulk mass from.
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>>594007284

i know that feel
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How musical scales and notes were conceived

Like how we managed to differentiate between a minor, major, and diminished scale (and so on), or why we decided to stop the musical alphabet at G# (Also, the Sharps and Flats!)
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>>594005540
>>594005540
That code makes me cringe. It looks so ugly, not even remotely close to PSR or any other standard, or consistent for that matter.

<?php

public function codingStandards($please) {
$fucking = [
'use' => 'them'
];

foreach ($please as $intensity => $hasHeDoneItRight) {
if ($hasHeDoneItRight) {
return true;
}

do {
echo sprintf('facepalm stupidity level rising: %d', ++$intensity);
} while (!$hasHeDoneItRight);
}

return false;
}

Damn, it looks like we have an infinite loop. Your styling broke it.
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>>594013696
Ummmm.... probably for the same reason why I as an adult likes the taste.... or? I mean, who dun love cinnamon?
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>>594014491
thank you /b/ for removing extra spacing.
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>>594013501

It's not any more popular than alcohol and it is much more useful than booze. Also, no hangover and it makes every shit comedy movie you've ever seen better and every snack a million times more delicious.
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Quantum computing. It makes no fucking sense.
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>>594001389
I got this book by my side. Also, I'm taking a shit and it's a good one.
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>>594013843
But acceleration IS affected by mass.

A heavier object has more inertia though, that's why it doesn't fall faster.
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>>594002416
What's to say that how small something is is relative to your idea of small? If you zoom out far enough then would you be more "mathematical" than "real"?
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>>594014473
I have thought about this too. Also, why do we like music? Is there an evolutionary reason for that?
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>>594013843
gravity is affected by mass. The more mass it has the harder it is for gravity to pull it so it falls slower. The less mass it has the easier it is for gravity to pull it so it doesn't pull as hard, making it fall slower.
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>>594013843
>How acceleration due to gravity isn't affected by mass
Your mass is always constant, unless of course, you gain some or lose some physically. Every object with mass falls at the same rate (9.8m/s^2), but what separates us from a feather is air resistance. That's why in the video where the astronaut drops a feather and a hammer on the moon, they fall simultaneously

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5C5_dOEyAfk

I guess it's just because our mass compared to Earth's gravitational field, or the mass of very heavy objects like planes, boulders, etc. can't compare to the size of Earth's gravitational field either.
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>>594013999
The past and present are not points, they don't exist. What we perceive of time is something supposedly physical interacting with the material world, we measure it and call it the passage of time.

The trouble lies in accepting that time only exists to be measured. And if there was nothing to measure it, would it still exist. We've never been able to give time a physical property, so instead we give it an virtual one, a temporal particle, a chroniton, something concrete we can hold and alter.

When the truth as I see it, is that all time is, is the presence of light interacting with objects that can perceive it. There are untold problems with this theory however, hence the post.
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ITT women
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>>594002476
poor explanations, monty hall shouldn't be like:
>you pick one door out of three
>only one door has the car behind it, two of them have the goat
>You picked with a 66.6 chance of picking a goat so a 33.3 chance of picking the car is remaining.
>After that there will always be a goat which's not been picked so whatever happens you'll always see a goat.
What I mean is
>You have a 66.6 chances of picking a goat so if you change the door there's a 66.6 (initial) chances of getting the car as if you change and you initially picked the goat you got the car, but if you picked the car (33.3) you fucked up.
Can't reallly understand why no understand
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>>593996524

underrated for sure!
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>>594004571
The person who said magnets was sort of kind of right for most mics (dynamic, condenser, ribbon).
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>>594007632
>dunning-krueger effect

also, I don't get how computerchips work... some little piece of plastic and you shoot electricity through it and boom: porn.
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I don't understand why we can't eat like bark and grass and leaved and shit.

We eat stuff like broccoli and bamboo all the time. Why can't leaved and grass ground/chewed up really well provide sustenance.

I know I'll eat some leaves if I was starving and it's all I had to eat
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Feminists
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>>594013843
Try to think about it this way. There are two properties inherent to a body, mi (inertial mass) and mg (gravitational mass). The first is the resistance the body makes against a force. The second is how strongly it interacts with the gravitational field.

Well, in all known bodies mi = mg. So you can just reformulate your question to another much cleaner, which is: Does mi equal mg always? If so, why?
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>>594016047
cows have 4 stomachs just to be able to digest grass. Do you understand now?
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>>594005029
to get acurate results you need to do the experiment at least a couple hundred times.
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>>594002798
Look up ceel division. It's not that the carbon gets converted to stuff. Cells need nutrients to grow and divide.
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>>594013999
thanks for the poor description of the photo in my post.
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>>594016513
Horses only have one and they eat grass all the time
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>>594014473
Fundamentals of Music Theory I, which is an introductory course at my local community college, covered all of that in extreme depth. Course went fast as fuck.
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>>593994383
Why is it that I can't even?>>593998261
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>>593997065
When you first make your choice you have a 66% chance of chosing the losing door correct? 2/3 are bad doors. There for when they reveal 1 bad door you still have a 66% chance you chose the wrong door to start but only a 33% chance that the unselected door is wrong. Understand?
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>>593996524
People will always mention the holocaust but at the time, western countries didn't like Jews or even Asians

Two examples:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_St._Louis
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internment_of_Japanese_Americans

And the Allies knew about about the holocaust, but didn't really care as they were more worried about the political and economic issues of the war.

http://www.theholocaustexplained.org/ks4/how-did-the-world-respond/how-did-the-allies-respond/did-the-allies-do-enough-to-stop-the-nazis/#.VMAjCPldWSo

He made a war-ridden, economically gutted country into a nationalistic, fully-functioning one, and succeeded with propaganda and intimidation. At the time, he really didn't do anything wrong, he just pissed a lot of people off. Now obviously, we know about the holocaust
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>>594016825
YOU ARE A NIGGER BITCH!
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>>594016259
he said logical anon. feminism is not logical
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fucking energy. what the fuck is it, what gets atoms and shit to move like that
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>>594016773
Horses graze on pasture, but they need hay to sustain the diet. Basically animals who are herbivores are taking the easy way out, they can just eat whatever is growing around them so they developed more sophisticated and stronger stomachs. Other animals that are predatory are smarter because the food they eat has more nutrients, however this means they have a harder time finding edible food. Grass, bark, leaves don't have many nutrients, and if they do we don't have the stomach to digest the plant matter enough to get the nutrients.
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>>594004571
A speaker is an electromagnet hooked to a membrane. As you change the current (using the the "0" and "1" from the digital representation of the song) you will turn on and off the magnet. Since it's hooked to a membrane, that membrane will start to undulate and push air molecules. The air molecules will then carry over those pushes until they reach your eardrums.

A microphone works in a similar way, but "backwards". Your the sound you make will be carried as pushes via air molecules into the microphone where something will register the alternation in pressure (e.g. a membrane with an electromagnet which gets pushed and therefore creates a current as it moves). The pushes are then recorded as "1" and "0" and creates a digital representation of the sound.
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>>593994383
How was the first OS created?
Like how the fuck did someone solder a bumch of shot together and get an input/ouput system from that? How could they have installed anything if there was nothing to install?
No terkinals, no bios, just fucking magic
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>>594016047
your body just doesn't need random stuff to live, it needs vitamins, minerals, fats, fibers, sugars, etc.

You don't get all that from leaves.

and we do eat some leaves, spiinnage for example. Also, if we don't eat a certain thing there's probably a reason for it (like it being poisonous for us).
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ITT: Dumb motherfuckers not taking any specific science in highschool
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>>594016047
your body just doesn't need random stuff to live, it needs vitamins, minerals, fats, fibers, sugars, etc.

You don't get all that from leaves.

and we do eat some leaves, spinach for example. Also, if we don't eat a certain thing there's probably a reason for it (like it being poisonous for us).
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>>594015948
>computerchips
>plastic

You ever wonder why they call it silicon valley?
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>>594017236
Protons electrons and neutrons, i.e. from electrical charge and reacting with other molecules based on that charge
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Why do my farts have such a strong smell when iam under the shower?

answer this
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>>594002134

Dinosaurs
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>>593994383
My whole body. How the fuck can it even move? A lot of the times I'm just moving my hand around trying to get the feel on how this is even possible. I know it's some sort of signal that gets to your brain lightning fast, but damn is that not the most perfect and brilliant thing it makes you wonder.
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>>594017425
Exactly. You tellin me you wrote the first program in binary language ? But what fucking read it ?
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>>594008848
This, I think, is mostly correct.

If left to our own devices, assuming there are no taboos, humans would just fuck everything. Men, women, animals, inanimate objects. Everything. Sometimes you'd get kids. Most of the time not. Why? Because it feels good, man.

And, spoilers: people do fuck everything, all the time. Some of it is just hidden behind, you guessed it, taboos.
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>>594017795
The methane sticks to the steam molecules and lingers around longer
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>>594017425
In the first computers, all the instructions were set up by putting plugs in certain holes intead of other holes, and then removing said plugs. There was no such thing as OS or BIOS, just a bunch of human hands.

Then, eventually, they learned that punching a tape for instructions they would repeat over and over and making the machine read from that instead was more convenient. It was the first conjunct of instructions, the first "program" proper if you want.

However, they begun to develop more programs... and some of them required the same instructions to be inserted beforehand. Instead of just punching those over and over again in different tapes, they decided to punch them into a "master" tape they would insert in the machine before the other tapes. It was the first shared library.

And what's an operating system, if not a bunch of shared libraries and programs required to run other programs?
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>>593994383
OK, the universe is expanding outward at an ever increasing speed - But what is it expanding INTO? What is beyond the horizon of the visible universe? Is it truely nothingness? Not just a vacuum but a complete absence of existence? If the laws of our universe were created during the Big Bang then do they not exist past the horizon? Does time cease to exist? Are there at least virtual particles? And if there are - What are the implications of that?
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Graveyards.

I don't fucking get how there are so "few" of them.
I get that not everyone is getting burried but come on.
Burial has been a thing since fuck who knows long, and everyday a fucklod of people die, and will continue to die.
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I don't understand religion. Any religion. Why people believe made up stories and take those stories as absolute truth for no apparent reason. People have built millions of churches and other religious buildings based on religion. Killed millions because some other people believe slightly different made up stories. Praying or other religious activity to me looks like a learned compulsive disorder. The more I think about it the less I understand it.

Particle physicist by trade. Can't understand religion. Fuuuk mi.
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>>593994383
Fucking printers. Those magical devices of quick transferable images from digital to analog. They have always been absolute sorcery to me even though I have a general idea of how they work.
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>>594018468
Recycling. You buy a spot in a graveyard for 100 years or so.
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>>594018468
Cremation.
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>>594013501
Well the reason for all that shit is because weed is a natural herb that doesn't really do much to you, and like the other guy said gives you an altered state of consciousness which is the only way to explain it. It's not addictive, it's easy to get, it's legal in some places, I mean really all you have to is just think about it this isn't a hard question. I smoke every week.
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>>594015207
Yes, one of the earliest weapons of mankind was singing. I've lost the sauce, but I read an interesting thesis about the development of early man through singing. The reasoning was that the only animals which makes noise are those that are either the biggest, baddest around or those cocky enough to know that they can get away with it; everyone else tries to be as quiet as possible. Early humans (as well as some relatives to us, the howler monkey) learned to "sing" in harmonies and noticed that it created a more powerful sound (i.e. constructive interference of the waves) than random chattering. This allowed early humans to climb down from trees and scare away predators; imagine being a lone hunter which runs into a gang of singing soccer hooligans, you'd be too intimidated by their behaviour to dare to attack - especially since early humans could combine their "singing" with banking on things in rythm (to create more constructive noise) and had a keen aim when tossing stones. This means that we became the cockiest animal on the savannah and learned to survive through singing. Music has been a very early discovery by man.
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>>594018661
Human fear and weakness led to religion.
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>>594002476
>power
>exert
you can't even do autism properly
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Fucking sports. I get that they serve some sort of communal need, and release of emotions that in modern society just can't be released any other way.

But...who gives a shit who wins? It's a bunch of millionaires, with nothing in common with you, playing a bunch of other millionaires, who have nothing in common with you. At best, you share a zip code with them.

Ugh.
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>>594018893
Nice story bro, but just that of course, since this kind of shit can't be proven.
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>>594018661
You understand it, you're just pulling a fedora tip.
What's not to understand? Magical unexplained sky gods. Its not logical so thinking logically isnt going to do much good.
>>594018705
Prints are thousands or millions of dots of ink on paper or otherwise, the computer tells the printer the location of each dot and the printer places one at each location. If the optiom applies, the instructions sent by the computer will include what color the ink is.
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>>594017961
The signalling is made by the neurons trading one ion for another. Both ions traded are positive, potassium (K+) and sodium (Na+); however, since sodium ions are smaller, the neuron trades three sodiums for two potassiums, and get an overall negative charge.

Said charge difference can either make another neuron get another charge difference... or incentive a contraction of a muscle to happen. That's how you move.

It doesn't go _that_ fast as you think... like, in some people, the signal between kicking their ass and the ensuing pain takes almost 0.5s. Compare this with a computer, where you can get over 1M signals per second.
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>>594018073
Plus, the shower curtains (or cabin, if you have that) creates an enclosed volume which means that the gasses will have less place and thus become more concentrated (and linger longer because of the lower mass transport out from the volume)
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Cricket... Cricket is beyond me.
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Computers.

How does it know how to do things?
Yes I know that there is C and whatever and you can tell it If x then y and stuff, but how does it know what "if" or "then" is. How could you teach it in anything?
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>>594019628
Unasscapable fart
.....
Also you're naked in the shower so no clpthing to absorb some of that shit air
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>>594002476
>power they exert
>power they exert
>Trees eat water
>may very well have a compass in their brain
>host goes to pick >the remaining unopened door survived a 50/50 chance > it has the car behind it and wouldn't have been opened

congratulations on trying to show off. now youre stupid and conceited
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>>594019828
I don't understand your graph
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>>594001089
>Nutrients are found in soil.
Nutrients don't give a tree/plant its mass. Carbon and water do. Water is not part of the soil, although it can be in it.
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>>593996235
Conservatives defending Christianity.
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>>594018705
Grew up with basic dot-matrix printers. They have never had any magic for me. Noisy and crude.
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Infinity.
This thread is full of retards, but it's literally unimaginable that there isn't such a thing as nothing, or what it would even be.
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>>594020221
And, there are ofc always those whom defecate in the shower
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhXp99ZWIvM
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>>594020306
It's the level of him not understanding that rises as time passes. The more time passes, the less he understands. That's the line. And we can see it gets pretty steep, so his confusion climbs at a higher rate the more he thinks about it.

The pictures are just where certain confusing things fit in on the wtf-scale. They don't have anything to do with time, it's just saying "when I think about Cricket (or whatever) for X amount of time, my WTF is Y, which is the same WTF as I feel when thinking about magnets."
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>>594012942
So, the longer I stay behind, the more acceleration I'll have?
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>>594020068
It's a machine that obeys the instructions given to it in basic input/output.
So programs are composed in binary, 1 and 0. 1 tells a component to switch on, and 0 tells it to switch off. A program would give instructions to the machine, which gives instructions to your memory volume commanding it to access more files of 1 and 0 and images and what not of 1 and 0 that tell those images where to go on the monitor. This is the GUI... otherwise you'd do computing through terminal or command prompt. Words (commands) represent strings of 1+0 combinations, which are again, instructions for the machine.
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>>594020068
>How could you teach it in anything?
Millions of the smartest people in the world spending more than 80 years to make it so.
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>>593994383
Consciousness

Seriously, how the fuck can we be conscious, self aware and aware of our surroundings - Not just our immediate area mind you but somehow an ape that never had to do anything more complex than recognise a predator in tall grass has in the blink of an eye been able to do highly complex mathematical equations, perceive the universe in all its vastness while theorizing the existance of other dimensions as well as infinitesimally small particles that produce fields that interact on a scale that should be completely beyond our ability to comprehend... My head hurts...

And fucking magnets!
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>>593994383
there are more stars than there are grains of sand on earth, but there are more atoms in a single grain of sand than there are stars.
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The voice in your head when you are thinking.

How is it possible to hear your own or completely different voices in your head without saying a word so clearly?
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>>594020306
Blame /sp/... I suspect they have the same problem as me, and the one dude who posts about cricket isn't sharing any secrets
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>>594003403
*joke*
you
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>>594021002
Millions of years of evolutionary success
>or maybe it was gahd
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>>594021069
wow you really can't comprehend that?...
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