This is spot on.
Autists who think they're smart for knowing stuff others don't care about.
Wagecucks who just want to work at Google.
Another group of wagecucks, except this time business/finance/banking instead of computers.
My nigga, that's my degree. Total bros here
>The next ones
Not bros nigga. First because 90% of bio majors are women so they can't be bros. But you know, nothing wrong with women in STEM. It is just that most people who study biology seem to be stupid and bad at math.
Insecure faggots who couldn't make up their mind if they wanted to be applied or pure. So they didn't choose mathematics or engineering, they chooe the shitstain inbetween. A lot of them are already regretting that decision. Insecure fags are not bros.
Not completely but in /sci/ EEs seem to have a really inflated ego. EEs from /sci/ are not bros. I think they are probably the only engineers who actually take it up the ass.
You want to go to college but you are literally retarded? Go CS. Retarded fags are not bros.
Here I don't understand why one would do 'specific' math instead of just math and then do a masters. To work as an actuary you are expected to have a masters anyways.
The same as bio. not bros
Are these pre-meds? Because if so then you already know what I'm going to say.
Mathematicians understand pure physics far better than physics majors.
Mathematical physics is the only pure physics worth pursing and everything else is essentially just a poor man's engineer.
By serious you mean physics that can be used to better the world. Like things we can apply to help our society?
If so then engineers understand serious physics better than your sad ass.
No? By serious you meant like really complex physics that makes you think a lot and makes you laugh when Sheldon says a joke about them in the big bang theory. And you laugh because you know your friend doesn't understand the joke because he's too busy fucking his girlfriend but you laugh because you understand it because you took basic physics I last semester?
Then mathematicians will beat you on that shit.
The shit you do in your senior year are theories that were formed from the branches of mathematics that math majors study in their senior year.
That is why you can easily go to grad school in physics with just a math degree. They take you in cause they know you are probably going to be the first to graduate anyways.
lol this is so funny.
Let me shed a little be of truth on ya.
Here you will learn all the physics you need to get a job/be succesful in life
Here you will learn all the mathematics you will need to get a job/be succesful in life
Here you will learn all the physics that won't land you a job and also all the mathematics that won't land you a job.
Pure math is hard for me, I'll keep trying to understand geometry, abstract algebra, and syntax formalities till it strums an epiphany.
I realized you can rotate a graphed function upside down and hold it in front of a mirror to make give the function output of -x.
I believe anybody who studies a scientific field out of interest is a bro (even if you're a female, you're a bro to me). If it's a passion and you put forth your best effort, take every opportunity given to you and you make it into a graduate degree/entry-job working for a graduate degree or live comfortably, then you're living life and are a bro. I don't care what field you're in. I'm a geo/bio double major, and the highest math I've taken was calculus.
>CS and Math double major
Both ends of the spectrum, baby
>Wagecucks who just want to work at Google
How dare we do something we enjoy that can get us actual jobs wherever the hell we feel like living in the world.
Also, you're welcome for this website and the internet.
Indeed but in the autism spectrum.
>Also, you're welcome for this website and the internet.
>Be CS major
>Downloads pre-made imageboard code
>Hehe tol' you guys. We good at this. Here I created my own imageboard: 4chins, like the 4 chins I have from how fat I am.
>Pure math masterrace
You're welcome for computers
You're welcome for the first insight into algorithms and data structure
You're welcome for everything you braindead fucks wouldn't even be able to comprehend if top tier mathematicians hadn't been hired to publish books to dumb it down a little bit for the retards (Like Don Knuth).
Also, you are welcome for this website and the internet because statistically a lot of mathematicians also work in software.
Me again. I should've separated CS into two fields.
CS who do hardass theory
Everybody else (that includes you MLP-fags, fedora-fags, and everyone who doesn't fucking shower)
anything slightly related to bio is fedora-tipping faggotry
as a bio fag, I agree with this sentiment, because you can actually subsist on Fourier analysis and imaginary numbers.
They're delicious. Almost as delicious as sage.
>Not including Bio_ in the obnoxious premed catagory
Pretty good list.
I'd move Bio_ to the not bros catagory because of the premed thing, and their eagerness to embrace meme tier popsci. Not a bad area of study though.
Young Nuke E's are pretentious not bros too because of their "my major sounds cool thus I'm cool" attitude.
>going for a degree based on /sci/ approval instead of following your desires (assuming your desires are remotely lucrative)
CS is fun though, especially on the theoretical side. Just be modest + compassionate and love what you're doing and you're as bro tier as anyone else
I'm double majoring in pure math and CS because I at least want some sort of applicable skill. Did I fuck up? I'm nearly done and have a 3.9 gpa, since my school takes A- to be worth 3.7.
>doing ME because it's the most flexible field and I like airplanes
>start realizing that I enjoy stupid abstract bullshit, wonder if I should've gone CS or math
>at the same time be pretty meh about dealing with material deformations and that kind of thing
I'm gonna do a minor in the latter since it's only 6 more credit hours, but what am I missing out on?
>Art historians, historians
Don't fool yourself. Math also has applicable skills but throwing in CS will be a plus. If you end up working in software you will probably see a couple of guys who just studied math but you will have more insight into algorithms and data structures and because of the double major will get the promotions first.
Butthurt CS fag detected.
You're all faggots IRL so it's not like this thread is going to change anything.
What are you talking about? I didn't said that. In fact, I wouldn't have said that if the CS guy hadn't been delusional enough to think that we ought to thank him for the things other people in his field did.
I was just reminding him that CS was built on the shoulders of mathematicians. People like Don Knuth were literally hired to write books so that non-mathematicians could also comprehend computers.
Am I saying that by studying mathematics I am in any way like Don Knuth? No. He is one of the big guys, very few of us can hope to achieve what he did.
But lets not forget that still today, the giants of computation are mathematicians, not computer scientists.