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15779449 No.15779449 [Reply] [Original]

according to science or dynamics, how does dance,walk,run,gaits works/happens in the 3d space

that or, any physically functioning movement that can happen in the realistic, kinematic world

like in a single diagram or the same screen of the actions, how would the physics that happens in/on it be described either through two dimensional arcs or three dimensional vectors, projected onto a two dimensional space

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15779445 No.15779445 [Reply] [Original]

I recently read a salon.com article claiming that Riemann left a few non-trivial zeroes in his pocket while he wrote his work with the prime counting function and his review of Euler's work with the zeta function. Any opinions on what this could mean for analysis?

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15779420 No.15779420 [Reply] [Original]

learning implies something that has free will or at least consciousness. What would be a more accurate term to use? How about machine realizing?


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15779383 No.15779383 [Reply] [Original]

Last week I had a horrible hangover that left my head spinning for most of the next day after drinking half a bottle of vodka.
Yesterday I drank a bottle of whiskey and a few glasses of vodka and I didnt get much of a hangover at all I feel just like how id feel if I had not drunk yesterday at all.
How comes its so different every time?

>> No.15779411

you sure do seem to like talking about yourself on social media

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>> No.15779425

seems so huh?
If you dont like it make your own site

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15779369 No.15779369 [Reply] [Original]

Adriene and Marie are both squares yet there exist no primes between them. What's the issue?

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15779320 No.15779320 [Reply] [Original]

fundamentally, what's the difference between naked woman on the screen vs naked one in real life? Yet our brain seems to suffer all negatives from porn addiction

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>> No.15779387

The physical touch and intimacy, build up, and physical effort of intercourse.
When sex is always available, you're still going to want to do other things. It's not a quick bathroom break beatoff.

>> No.15779396

Everything about that troll response was /b/ level dipshittery

>> No.15779397

Sure, but when you don't get sex often but porn is always available, you'll turn to porn more often than you should.

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if you wank well, it's psychologically like sex.
learn to wank better.

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Cooming increases your heart rate with no exercsion its a stressor
Sexooo is real excersion and heart rate increase is natural cardio

Furthermore prone cooming makes your dick weak

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15779314 No.15779314 [Reply] [Original]

I'm planning to get a degree and quite possibly a degree in statistics. I've always been pretty bad at math but I can put basic equations together or at least get the main idea for this somewhat. What's the path here? what should I study? What jobs can I take with this?

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>> No.15779351

True dat. I have a pure maths degree and I'm still fighting to find a job that doesn't involve running a kitchen full of dipshits.

>> No.15779372

I've currently been accepted to university as a psychologist but I know for a fact that would not get me anywhere so I want a degree in mathematics. I'm dogshit at it but I'm somewhat good at organizing. Just not studying. I may suck at rudimentary algebra, but I want to find a way to master mathmatics and quite possibly make a career out of it.

>> No.15779384

Getting a maths degree isn't about being inherently good at maths. I fucking sucked at math until 2 or so years before I pursued my degree and then I mysteriously became a model student. Maybe you won't be the next Euler or Gauss, who knows, but at it's bare-bones basics learning maths is about effort, plain and simple. You have to be willing to study and practice a lot. I met some real idiots that graduated while going through my degree and that's what kept them afloat. Now of course talent and whatnot becomes important if you settle on a concentration and go for a PhD in any form of math, but as far as an undergrad foundation to work.up to a stats program it's all about hard work.

>> No.15779415

>Reminder: /sci/ is for discussing topics pertaining to science and mathematics, not for helping you with your homework or helping you figure out your career path.

>If you want advice regarding college/university or your career path, go to /adv/ - Advice.

>> No.15779435

sorry, I'm a newfag on this board. I've just been on the other sites up until now

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15779287 No.15779287 [Reply] [Original]

Does 4chan lower your attention span, iq, mood etc...? If so how harmful would you say its effects are?

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no if anything it raises it

>> No.15779350

semi harmful, just an angry place mostly of your average autists but those anons that are just the worst of the worst most pathetic individuals and you get pulled into their thoughts for a moment and start thinking them yourself if you're not careful
but there's always novel ideas and actually funny shit relative to say reddit which is a depressing cringe soul sucking grey compared to the homo rainbow tapestry of stuff to read here
7/10 harmful
with psychological filtering or actual filtering maybe like 6

>> No.15779377

Definitely. The rest I think not.

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15779279 No.15779279 [Reply] [Original]

If we were to somehow develop a hormonal concoction that wouldn't skew the natural ratios and hormonal balance of the subject, and deliver this formulation shortly post-birth until death, what would happen? Also, I don't mean some unrealistic increase, I simply mean levels that fall within the high-range.

Generally, when someone intakes an exogenous hormone, it creates a cascade effect and destabilizes the overall hormonal system in some way and creates imbalances.

But what if we're to maintain this balance and simply increase all hormones?

I understand there's a large difference between the pre and post pubertal hormonal environment, so assuming we accurately mimic both.

And out of curiosity, can we replace the "old balance" with this new balance if we were to sustain it long enough?

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15779275 No.15779275 [Reply] [Original]

$10 million dollars or the chance to wait this table?

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I would wait the table with a mac-10 hidden under the cloth like in scarface or some shit like

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Give me my $10 million.

>> No.15779365

hell, i'd take 1 million

>> No.15779417

I'd pay 10 million to erase everyone at that table if I had it

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15779271 No.15779271 [Reply] [Original]

What can iuse to calculate the exact spacing between poses and keyframes/poses
like how the skateboard flips and the model jumps, like how much distance is correct and its orientations it does around the frame and such

or anykinds of motions like walks,gaits, or dances

basically the right X amount of distance/value to do (for the limbs) based on the motion

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wait, wrong gif

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15779208 No.15779208 [Reply] [Original]

Whats going to happen to JWST and the rest of the big government science escapades during the government shutdown? Are they just going to turn it off and stop working? Or are they going to continue burning cash like nothing happened?

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15779187 No.15779187 [Reply] [Original]

What existed before the Big Bang?

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>> No.15779215

Simple harmonic oscillators

>> No.15779224

A literal singularity than then fragmented into the multitudes you see today

>> No.15779232

My cock and balls. After edging for a timeless eternity, I finally couldn’t take the blue balling anymore and splooged the universe into being.

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15779182 No.15779182 [Reply] [Original]

do you look like a scientist?

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>> No.15779418

Is she trying to discourage children from becoming scientists?

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white is a color, and they're not even white, they're pink.

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15779164 No.15779164 [Reply] [Original]

Quantum immortality says you are immortal since your consciousness will just persist in the few unlikely universes where you survive incidents. However, you can apply this line of thought to things like getting knocked out and anaesthesia too. Anaesthesia can sometimes fail, so if you have had surgery before then your consciousness should have transferred to that 1 in 1000 universe where anaesthesia awareness occurred. Since I have been under anaesthesia before and experienced nothing, I am not immortal. Quantum immortality is a reddit-tier hypothesis

>> No.15779178

I will accept your proof if you prove that you're a conscious observer.

>> No.15779183

What was even the fucking basis for that theory lmfao. Other than "hurr durr quantum mechanics". Like I get matter/energy cannot be created or destroyed, just changing in forms. But consciousness/sentience? We don't even know where it is in your brain, or when it starts for increasingly intelligent species.

>> No.15779184

Also we can refute the idea that if the universe is infinitely cyclic, that you are guaranteed to exist again.

Infinities can be sets of completely unique non-repeating entities, like numbers for example

Your best chance is preserving your remains in such a way that people in the future can revive (or clone) you. Who would be surprised if we cloned king tut once we have the technology?

>> No.15779193

I would think reviving anyone who's brain isn't at least preserved is impossible. Like they are GONE, the matter that made up their neurons are disconnected. For King Tut his brain was removed during the mummification process (because they thought the brain was not important).

Though another interesting thought experiment, if there is a neural electronic interface, where the electronics act identically to neurons. If you replace every neuron in your brain slowly, such that your neurons still fire in the same way up until all your neurons are gone. Is the 100% electronic brain still you?

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15779143 No.15779143 [Reply] [Original]

is goyslop good for you?

>> No.15779156

"Not always" is such a weasel statement that it's completely useless.

>> No.15779174

it's not always useless

>> No.15779221

fucken stouffers makes a mean meatloaf n mashed taters

>> No.15779227

Notice how they still have no explanation as to how ultra processed foods cause cancer.

They have no idea what mechanism each cancer causing molecule uses.

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15779125 No.15779125 [Reply] [Original]

Assuming the dads are the exact same with steroids being the only variable

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>> No.15779162

Why not?

>> No.15779229

Steroids don’t modify sperm on their own.

>> No.15779241

Ah, Lamarckian evolution. What a throwback

>> No.15779244

there are no natty lifters

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It doesn't change genes, it can only enable/disable them.

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15779123 No.15779123 [Reply] [Original]

Why do mathematicians tend to be more theistic/spiritual than scientists who aren't also mathematicians?

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>> No.15779376

Religion isn't falsifiable, so it's not science. 'imple as.

>> No.15779392

Because mathematicians have a tendency to believe stuff they made up is true.

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I cannot answer why, but I fixed my plumbing issue today by defeating the demons messing with my pipes... Now, back to mathematics.
Maybe the good ones, but the run of the mill grad who sits on HN wasting his day writing JS is almost always militantly atheist and only really worships Science™

>> No.15779416

Because not all mathematicians accept the principle of excluded middle

>> No.15779427

Because modern math is imaginary schizobabble about 20-dimensional hyperoctagons

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15779105 No.15779105 [Reply] [Original]

How did the guy from limitless make himself wean off the drug while functioning at the same capacity scientifically speaking?

>> No.15779118

He didn't. Watch the fucking movie

>> No.15779149

it doesn't really work like in the movies. you need knowledge and good reality models. drugs can only give you maybe extra ability, but you will be the same chimp just that more able. you're still not going to learn.
this is retarded fantasy. the "push the button and do it for me" in a way that's not really possible.

>> No.15779154

people who are unable to figure out that movies and irl are two different things have IQs below 95

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>> No.15779181

He added triple parentheses to his legal name and started wearing a big plastic nose