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>biology
>science

choose one

>> No.3539131

So what is the Kreps Cycle ?
Complex biochemistry ?

>> No.3539137

>>3539131
Indeed. Krebs cycle is biochem.
If you were trying to troll, you failed.

>> No.3539149

>physics
>science

choose one

>> No.3539155

>>3539131
That's biochemistry, which deals a lot with fucking chemistry. Still, it's not a hard science since there is no quantitative data or mathematics.

>> No.3539168

>>3539137
So parthenogenesis isn't about science, but medicine?

>> No.3539171

>>3539168
Medicine isn't science either.

>> No.3539180

>2011
>studying physics

I seriously hope you guys don't so this.

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3539194

>> No.3539211

>>3539194

>this picture
>the real world

choose one

>> No.3539224

>>3539171
So do you go to normal doctors or your local shaman? Since you know both don't do science...

>> No.3539227

>math
>science

choose one

>> No.3539258

>>3539194
E^3=(4/8(m²v^4)^(1/2))^1/3 is one of the links between mathematics and physics[:spoiler]

>> No.3539286

>>3539258
My bad, it's:
{spoiler]E^3=(64/512(m²v^4)^(1/2))^1/3[/spoiler]

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