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Also physicist masterrace thread.
This is a semantic debate at best.
It's just as valid to point out that physics and chemistry are increasingly dependent on simulation.
It's just as conceptually valid to understand that the systems physics seeks to define are governed by mathematical rules, and chemistry is governed by physical properties.
Reading your post made me realize how little you know what you're talking about. When actually doing physics it is 100% math. You are easily the stupidest poster on this thread. Fuck off.
Source: I'm a physics major.
I understand how it can be kept for a long period of time but how do they make it so that the camera is panning? I see this all the time. Is this a digital movement or the camera itself?
quantum mechanics basis is entirely statistics, which is math. Quantum is the basis for nuclear physics which defines orbital occupation states and probabilities. That is the basis for chemistry. So chemistry does have math as it's basis.
...clicking the "I'm not a robot" button...
another one of my favorites. Just music
The camera is moving on a rail throughout the recording (which usually are photos as opposed to a video). It moves VERY SLOWLY so that once you stitch the photos into a video it feels like it's moving a bit faster.
The simulation point is valid. But only really for astrophysics, as the field doesn't really have the luxury of checking the insides of a star for instance. In other fields, experiments carry the deciding vote.
Wrong, QM has its basis in plenty of rather famous experiments. If Dirac, Bohr, Heisenberg and you name em had made their theories, but no experiment had confirmed (technically NOT falsified) their theories, QM wouldn't be a thing.
We use maths to quantify and explain PHYSICAL phenomena, but whether physical phenomena fundamentally are controlled by a maths, we don't know.
It's about a minute and a half long video clip, with audio, of a man instructing a woman to say "I love you" to him, which he makes her repeat several times, which another man in the room watches.
can't find better ..
This ending is just amazing. It really succeeds in telling you something important in a very simple way. I have so many goosebumps when I see it.
It's better if you see it after seeing the movie tho, of course.
I mean, they ARE, but for fuck's sake, don't be that asshole who has to correct everybody all the time. If I wanted to deal with that shit, I'd go to /sci/
wow i want to watch this. herzog's documentaries are always great because he has a skewed point of view and is always willing to let the story go in the direction it needs to go as dictated by events as they unfold. fascinating.
Why no diction jesus christ form the words properly woman, you're not even moving your goddamn mouth, how do you think hat fucking sounds?
Like a bunch of horse shit that's what. Piano riff is pretty but uninteresting.
>All demonstrations of mathematical principles are just for autists, everyone else gets these concepts intuitively and are merely bothered by visual representation of geometric concepts.
Always a little gross when a girls tits are growing out of her stomach.
I am nowhere near science minded enough to pick a side definitively...but to me, your view sounds most reasonable.
Im also waaaaay too baked for this shit. I just watched the movie "it's such a beautiful day" and found myself at the cusp of crying when don hertzfeld narrated the part about how after a certain amount of time people are no longer the same people at all, in a literal sense. As in seeing pictures of yourself in younger years is seeing someone who no longer even shares the same cells as you because they have all been progressively been shed and replaced over time. So that happy smiley kid was hijacked by other cells over time...i dont even know how scientifically accurate that is but its profoundly depressing
No it's from Baraka, right around the end.
this one here is also from Baraka, but it's more from the beginning.
Its a long exposure shot, taken over a long period of time. You're seeing things in a way you wouldn't typically be able to view them. Thats why everything looks brighter than it is.
how would that work for that though? cause isnt that kind of shot just dependent on the length of time for each individual frame of a film (or photo)?
Wouldnt that mean that this film wouldve taken days to make and have the same lighting each day? And if so how did they catch a shooting star...or comet or whatever that was
Im not sure if im on to something or if my head is up my ass so if you're ok explainin a bit more, id be glad to hear it.
its called a motion control time lapse
you move the camera on a picture to picture basis using the same interval of change every movement
jump on the youtubes, there's some really beautiful high res stuff
this is a clear example of how shit music is becoming. not a few years ago I'd hear idiots tell me "why do you like metal, you can even understand their screaming..."
WELL WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS SHIT IS RETARDS
All that time, I watched the WHOLE thing and they never even flashed her sexy parts.
Get those fat gros tits out of the way and show me the real bits.
Then a cockeyed sliver at the end reveals she's got no ass.
came here to jack it, now im sitting contemplating space and time, and philip glass and drugs.
>maths is plural
Incorrect. Mathematics is not plural, and a simple look in the dictionary shows as much. There is no such thing as a single mathematic. Furthermore, the first usage of "math" as an abbreviation was 1847. "Maths" wasn't used until 1911.
Nouns ending in -ics that name fields of study, sciences, arts, professions, or the like are usually not preceded by an article and are used with a singular verb: Acoustics(the science) deals with sound. Politics (the art of government) fascinates me.
1. (used with a singular verb) the systematic treatment of magnitude, relationships between figures and forms, and relations between quantities expressed symbolically.
>used with a singular verb
"Maths" is incorrect.
Comedy Central show Nathan For You.
He films a bar for three hours, then hires actors to act in a play for three hours reenacting everything that happened at the bar. Those two are actors. The couple they are playing (the couple that was actually filmed) is actually so much sadder. The girl with pink hair is waaaaay fatter and the mexican dude is actually really short and scrawny.
I think you misunderstand what socialism actually is and Im guessing you're not much for politics so if you'd like to hear a little bit more about the subject, please read on.
America actually has a lot of longstanding socialist principles in place already in place but its the monetary system that your government and businesses vehemently lobbied to discredit due to the fact that they cant benefit as greatly off of public ownership and social equality.
Things like city infrastructure, police departments, fire departments, democratic process, public education, employment insurance, welfare/wage assistance, and so on are all socialist principles.
I, in Canada, have several more such as a rather good public health system, a lot larger social securities, safety net for newcomers and refugees, and many more.
The mistake that many people make due to lack of knowledge on the subject is to spuriously associate socialism and communism.
These 2 are not the same, though they do share a few commonalities. Communism gets a very bad rap but thats mainly due to specific scenarios being recalled as the main or only examples and the ever frequent misuse of and/or omission of the correct term which would be communist dictatorship. For example, Stalins Russia and Kim's North Korea are both referenced commonly as communist when they are both actually dictatorships.
As for the environmental bit, I eat meat as much as any carnivore but I do think it's smart to plan for any potential eventuality. It would be wiser to prepare for something and have it never happen than to be scrambling unprepared if it does.
Food for thought