How do i keep working without feeling bored and wanting to quit?
what is required to move the pipe 45°
(in kg or lbs)
the dot under the 26cm piece is a bearing
170cm ~ 67"
Why can't people just accept the ""mind"" is a spurious concept entirely based in the material brain, there are no magical processes going on or "hard problems" and there is no way your brain can keep producing consciousness after it's died?
I can see from your post that you are indeed "special", if you catch my drift.
What is the hardest sub-field of Maths to get a PhD in? Topology/Geometry? Algebra? Statistics? Analysis? etc?
This is subjective, there is no objective answer. For one person it is logic, for another one it is Geometry etc.
There is a Gauss-quote: "Math is the Queen of Science and Number Theory is the Queen of Math.", if you are looking for the "best" topic.
are we capable of surviving a meteor large as the one who wiped the dinosaurs out of existence?
As a species yes, for what we know dinosaurs themselves didn't all die in the impact, they went extinct because of the aftermath.
With our technology some of us would survive long enough for earth to full recover.
So. If the human body tries to rid its blood of ethanol through its lungs, making each exhalation partially ethanol vapor, if one were to blow on burning coals while drunk, would it at all enhance the effect of blowing unused oxygen onto burning coals?
Maybe. I'm no biochemist but I don't think that being intoxicated changes the amount of oxygen exhaled so you'd get the same amount of oxygen with a little extra fuel.
I can't imagine it'd be noticeable but it may make a slight difference.
okay, so let's say you are at a bac of 0.25. The volume of alcohol that you exhale will end up being about 1.19047619047619e-6% of your breath.
Something tells me it's not gonna make much of a difference
hey you poindexters
if math is so awesome explain numbers stations
So, I boiled the tap water and this was at the bottom of the pan. It's orange. This is common here. What is it?
The ctmu has a lot of problems and if you ignore them they don’t go away
The ctmu is bunk
What's the best approach to take when remaining behind? I feel like I fucked up my entire first year of uni and although I didn't fail any courses, I should have since I mostly learned how to do the exams instead of actually learning and understanding the content. Now that I'm going into year 2 - Should I just wing it and when going through more advanced material, reference back to the stuff I'm supposed to know? Should I ignore the new material for a couple of weeks and focus only on the old one? Should I handle both at the same time (half a day for one, half for the other or some such)?
Also before anything, /adv/ is mostly /r9k/ and I trust you faggots more on this type of stuff.
Lol been there. You're in for more of the same if you don't pull your socks all the way up. Don't keep doing shit the same way and expect your grades to go up. In my experience I don't remember shit so practice is the main squeeze. Do practice questions, try to remember things off the top of your head and pay attention to what your profs actually want from you. Not having that foundational knowledge from first year may fuck you up but a lot of courses have refreshers at the start of the term in second year at least. You may need more than a refresher though. Honestly it's just about getting as much (productive) studying in as possible. More = better.