What can i do with zinc metal 99.99% pure ?
Return back to the uni lab you stole it from.
Alternatively, file it into dust with a fine file, mix it into cooking oil to make sunscreen lotion. When your done, use it cook bacon for that important micronitrient.
Might as well ask here, whats a safe way to keep/dispose of dirty mercury? I put it in a little vial cause I moronically wanted an "element collection" but now that I graduated I realize I don't want all this shit here. I also have iodine crystals. Ye yea i know it was stupid, and I'm not looking to contaminate the environment.
What is it exactly?
Any bigoted skeptics out there?
Anon, unless you give 1 million dollars, the universe is going to collapse.
If I'm right, and you don't do anything, the univesre is going to collapse.
If I'm wrong, and you something, it's just 1 million dollars.
So, gimme muh money.
this. It's the standard argument christcucks make:
If there's a god and you worship him, you get to go to heaven.
If he doesn't exist, it doesn't matter what you do.
If he does exist and you don't worship him, you go to hell.
Therefore you should worship god.
Don't get me wrong, I believe the climate scientists for the most part, but this is a shitty argument.
There's also the possibility that even taking action will do nothing, because we already went too far into the positive feedback loop
The only good thing about that video is that it looks like it was recorded in the 90's. I love the 90's.
The so called climate change is bullshit, though.
In a way aren't doctors just scientists with a much larger lab?
What engineering major gives me the greatest chance of working for a space agency that launches shit into orbit?
& I'm reading about production of different metals & alloys
Nice, that's fascinating.
Hopefully I'll get some exposure to measure theory soon... I hear a lot of people mentioning something's "measure," which confuses me a lot.
I'm personally buffing up on some algebra. Specifically, rings of polynomials and Galois theory... I actually ended up revisiting these topics because I was confused about some of the algebraic justifications for solutions to ODE's.
Prove x = x+1
X/0 = (x+1)/0
If you want to join us you must be willing to help us
Also you must be good with either math, science, or memes
I had a look and do you guys ever live up to the reputation! I see logos everywhere (OK; some are inventive) but where my anonymous friend, is the science (after all this is posted on /sci/), engineering, mathematics, aeronautics etc???
>tfw explain scientific concept and they say "in english, doctor!"
i mean, i dont really tell people at bars that my work is trying to figure out the co-factors of a specific prokaryotic enzyme by examining tons of spectroscopic data from hundreds of mutated proteins.
i just say i do research in biology