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http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/466683-how-a-massive-hole-in-space-3-5-billion-light-years-across-co

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what does /sci/ think of this? pic possibly related?

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https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1mTd9Ap1v48Vlb4Wjk-GT5FcOzLEqOMoWUFaUsMQWKDg/ Thx :D
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEs0QkHDU8w&list=PLKaMVzmGcqBJmNWlBMAw9hjsfyL11vwEE

ITT Effects Of Genes Originating From Viruses

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Endogenous genes from viruses can be useful to organisms , correct ? Such as genes originating from a virus for the virus protein coating could be used for other purposes ?
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What's your favourite planet, /sci/? Mine's Saturn. It has rings and floats, plus it has cool moons.
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Mechanical engineering : Applied classical mechanics Aerospace engineering : Applied classical mechanics, fluid dynamics Electrical engineering : Applied electromagnetism Civil engineering : Applied stactics and materials science (Bio)Chemical engineering : Applied thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and chemistry (and microbiology/biochemistry) Biomedical engineering : Applied biology/biochemistry and materials science Nuclear engineering : Applied nuclear physics and thermodynamics Materials engineering : Applied materials science and chemistry Petroleum & Mining engineering : Applied geophysics/ mineralogy Engineering physics : Applied physics Philosophical engineering : Applied qualia
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This a login simulator aspx.cs for c# web forms. It's a simple program I know, but damnit it doesn't increment, it just stays on 1! why?! using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Configuration; using PVDomain; using PVBusiness; using PVUtil.Logger; namespace MIDTERM { public partial class GuessNumber_1 : System.Web.UI.Page { private int sessionCount = 0; protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!Page.IsPostBack) { // perform all of your page and object initialization sessionCount = 0; Session["guessCount"] = sessionCount; } else { // do "refresh type stuff } } protected void btnSubmitGuess_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { int inputGuess = Convert.ToInt32(txtGuess.Text); GuessNumber userGuess = new GuessNumber(inputGuess, sessionCount); if(userGuess.Guess != 42) { Session["guessCount"] = sessionCount + 1; sessionCount = Convert.ToInt32(Session["guessCount"]); userGuess.GuessCount = sessionCount; lblOutcome.Text = Convert.ToString("You guessed incorrectly in " + userGuess.GuessCount + " tries"); } else { lblOutcome.Text = Convert.ToString("You guessed right!"); } } } }
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Hello clever board! Just reminding you about the upcoming party on [s4s]. We hope to see you there!
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Need help with this. I know the answer but I have no idea how to get it.
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How foolproof is peer review mean to be? In one paper I looked at in Fluid Phase equilibria, the guy made a few obvious mistakes in his equations (like an equation on a graph that was repeated right underneath was different), and a few of the equations were misprinted, and this could've been found out just by trying to replicate a few sums.
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How good do I need to get with programming before I can guarantee that robots aren't a massive threat to my future livelihood? I keep looking to go in to finance after graduation but everything apart from the dicksucking looks like it could already be automated by someone smart. Is being a chemical engineer future proof?
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Black holes scare me. Tell me about black holes. Is there a possibility that humans might accidentally create a black hole?
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Is it possible to return some samples from Venus? If yes, how exactly would you return anything from this acidic supercritical inferno? Let's say we need 10kg of payload. Pic is slightly related but I guess it's not possible to launch anything liquid or solid-fueled at 740K.
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>tfw my university loves multiple choice questions (MCQs) so much that I've gotten to third year in molecular biology and chem and I don't understand any of it If I do honours how do I put together a research proposal anons
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>Only cuckolds become doctors

singulitarianism

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Why are singulitarian ideas staring to stick? I see this shit in popular culture now: http://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2014/feb/28/are-we-already-living-in-the-technological-singularity Is there any scientific merit to any of the claims of the singularity? Is human level artificial intelligence even possible? Is greater than human artificial intelligence possible?
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I think I understand double slit experiment until the experiment in which they shoot out single electrons at the double slit and this pattern appears. Pic related. How the fuck does an electron know to interfere with electrons that were fired at it before?

One of these things is not like the others...

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Walked in to an old bookstore in Pittsburgh. Had to take a picture.
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the following is a coupled linear system: {dx/dt = 3x - 12y + 48z dy/dt = -30x + 105y - 408z dz/dt = -8x + 28y - 109z } I have to find the general solution to that. I got MATLAB to give me the eigen vectors. but i don't know what do now. i have a suspicion it has something to do with some identity and sines and cosines. pls help, I'm so confus ):

The Astronomy Picture of the Day

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M78 and Reflecting Dust Clouds An eerie blue glow and ominous columns of dark dust highlight M78 and other bright reflection nebula in the constellation of Orion. The dark filamentary dust not only absorbs light, but also reflects the light of several bright blue stars that formed recently in the nebula. Of the two reflection nebulas pictured above, the more famous nebula is M78, in the image center, while NGC 2071 can be seen to its lower left. The same type of scattering that colors the daytime sky further enhances the blue color. M78 is about five light-years across and visible through a small telescope. M78 appears above only as it was 1600 years ago, however, because that is how long it takes light to go from there to here. M78 belongs to the larger Orion Molecular Cloud Complex that contains the Great Nebula in Orion and the Horsehead Nebula. apod.nasa.gov/apod/
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