yes please explain
>/sci/ pls go, your field doesn't do anything
Don't worry, I'm sure your sociology degree will really change the world.
Kurisu invented temporal consciousness displacement, what has your waifu done for the world?
Not that her co-workers would ever complain
Not a professional by any means, but I've always thought of math as more of the (basic) logic behind it all, while science relates those fundamental logical operations to observations of nature. Sort of like how Historians use English to describe History, Math is used to describe Science and its theories on predicting nature. While they overlap in lots of areas, I think the 2 are ultimately different in the roots of what they are trying to describe - Math being the logic, and Science being nature.
I'm sure Kurisu dresses non-lewdly when in an actual lab, but the FGL isn't exactly an accredited institution. Might as well dress casual
so you can score some cute mad scientist dick
Math is extremely fundamental. Essentially logic operations and deconstructions of the most basic ideas behind how science operates. It's used to describe, quantify, and interpret data that science generates.
>implying she would ever use in describing her work
That replying to her with "Tits or GTFO" will not result in tits.
He never asked for tits though.
Good fucking god I love their banter
Is math discovered or a human creation?
So many things can be explained with math, it almost seems the former.
Modern math is basically "lets throw shit on the wall and see what sticks". Its just that basic math has been "reinvented" so many times to iron out the paradoxes that it started to fit pretty well.
Sorry to break it to you, but you either need to be born with it or "learn" how to like it in your first few years of life.
After that, it is impossible.
The people who say it is possible to learn to like math (and pretty much all STEM stuff) afterwards are retarded.
I'm the same way. I feel like the education system has failed me, because while I was told why math would be useful, I was never told why it could be interesting or fun. The "math is a chore" meme infected even the teachers and spread to their students.
I've signed up for a pretty technical job in the military, hopefully it'll make me more interested in problem solving.
If your issue with math was memorizing how to do shit, learn some programming or scripting. Find some python course, try making a html page, or learn how to batch/bash script. The very act of programming is just telling machines to do ridiculously simple things in sequence.
I know its hard for aspies in STEM to not get triggered by insults aimed at the field, but this anon baited his hook with literally nothing.
Well as it turns out,
this is a plot question left for the viewer to answer.
I didn't watch it all the way, but isn't she in a different club every episode?
don't spoil me please