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>>7978946
Why anyone would use continuous distributions when the reals are so unreal is beyond me

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>>7975561
I want a graduate to answer to him.

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>>7936064
lel, no.
N is created only to have The principle of induction, which is the most dubious inference rule of all.

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>>7931286
>Made me wonder if people can carry out science without the least bit of understanding of science.
yes they can. Feynman, Hawking are the most famous scientist who are not able to think outside a graduate level of their fields.

In fact, it is even detrimental for scientists to focus on why they do things, on the goals of their works. They even despise this and claim that these question slow science down...



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