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Science is being held back by excessive formalism and an overreliance on mathiness. Most papers are significantly more complicated than they need to be because of the authors posturing to try to look smart.

Prove me wrong. Protip: you can't.

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Just because you heard it on /pol/ doesn't make it true. Cite your sources faggots.

>>>/pol/

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>the PR team represents the whole company
I'd bet you a hundred dollars neither of those people know how a rocket works further than "it shoots fire to go to space"

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What is the probability that a loner who engages in no social contact can just study mathematics and science all day after work, read, think, and eventually will discover something profound and important?

Do you have to actively look for unsolved problems or is there a chance that with enough autistic obsession you will find a problem nobody has even asked yet and solve it?



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