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Hello X, how would one go about about causing a cerebral stasis from from a distance that does not target functions necessary for living?
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How the fuck do we not already know where the Earths Oceans came from? I figured it was just the atmosphere converting into O2 over time. >http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25723-massive-ocean-discovered-towards-earths-core.html?utm_source=NSNS&utm_medium=SOC&utm_campaign=hoot&cmpid=SOC|NSNS|2013-GLOBAL-hoot#.U5ulkVkfu00

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Crude Oil Cleaning

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Ya so lets say i have some crude oil and i need to remove the sulphur, nitrogen, and oxygenated compounds nomsayin so like how do I do that on a DIY personal scale? I also understand how to remove many contaminants but I want to make sure ALL of them are gone in the most cost efficient way possible
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A black whole and a white whole of the same size collide, what happens?

Theory

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How do I postulate the theory that Im developing at home? It's about the "The Derivative functions of dorsal spine as an antena"
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Hey /sci/. I have a question. Please forgive me if it's too stupid. Helios A and B made a Sun flyby and they gained a huge amount of speed. So, why don't we make an interstellar space probe uses Suns gravitational assist to get speed? Wouldn't that be useful? If not, why wouldn't it? Again, I'm sorry if this is stupid. Thanks!
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Does anyone in here knows whether can science be creative and competitive? For example computer science can be very creative when you are writing codes and it can be very competitive when you are doing security assessment. But can physics and mathematics be creative or competitive in some way? I was doing these professional orientation tests and bunch of psychologists told me I would do good in physics uni and have a happy life and shit if I went there.... But I just dont see the point of it all if you cant compete against other people or be creative and create new things with it.
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>TLDR; want to skip pearson HW assignments without taking the C I'd get from just doing tests alone, is there a cheat site? So I realize "homework threads" are explicitly prohibited, but I'm more asking for a way to skip something rather than asking people to do HW for me. Long story short, I'm retaking something that I made an A in before and understand fully, and I want to skip the online homework (No, I can't CLEP it, no, my previous credit doesn't count.), the online HW is Pearson shit. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance folks. And if this is too sketchy for rules, let me know, I'll delete it myself. Just don't feel like bashing my head against shit I already know for 4000 questions.
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How does it feel knowing you´ll never contribute anything of value to your field?
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How important does /sci/ think doing well in high-school is in the 'grand scheme' of things, in a career/success sense? I've always wondered, with the alternate pathways into University and 'higher grade' careers becoming more viable has doing well in high-school become less of an importance? Or do you still think that how well you do in high-school and what ranking you get determines your University entry and the rest of your career life? I've always heard tales of people failing in high-school and yet still becoming successful in an academic career. Is this just bullshit to make people who flunk out feel inspired to not kill themselves or is it actually viable to a considerable amount of the population who fail?
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Please don't laugh at me I've passed Algebra back in high school, many years ago, now I am in college taking Trig, going to take Calc soon. I am comfortable and grasp what I am doing now in Trig, and the only times I find myself struggling are on algebra related things. Let me explain: If I see an ugly thing like pic related, I'm not always sure what I can do to simplify it and in what order they should be done. I just made this up to show you what kind of problem I mean, I think you might get the idea. I've gone through algebra courses on khanacademy and sites like that to maybe get a quick review to reinforce my knowledge of it but I still feel I dont know how to handle something that looks like pic related Are there any good guides for these sorts of things? My problem is I don't know what I can DO to simplify ugly problems like this (this might not be simplifyable, I just mean ones that are ugly with fractions in fractions and radicals and polynomials, etc etc...) Are there any good quick algebra reviews thta go over these sort of situations?
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Daily reminder that evolution is a myth and you cannot prove otherwise. If you say anything else you are emotionally in love with Darwin. PROOF: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjvuwne0RrE

Green eyes?

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Hey i have green eyes but as a baby they were blue, so, does this mean my DNA is for blue eyes? Also hair was blond now its light brownish, so my DNA is blond? Please explain
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So how do I download source files for sagemath? Like the folders on rings etc. and how they are defined in sage, the .py files I've searched around and can't find out how. Pic unrelated
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SCIENCE NOWADAYS Caveman 1: Hey look man what I discovered! If you smash those stones onto eachother over some hay Caveman 2: WTF man STOP. Caveman 1: Dude whats wrong? Caveman 2: Are you crazy? You can't just light a fire in here. Caveman 1: Ehm... why? Caveman 2: You don't know what could happen! This whole place could burn down. And the radiation! Caveman 1: i don't think the radiation is a problem. I'm fine... Caveman 2: But we don't have long-time tests! What if you get cancer in 60 years? Caveman 1: I think that's normal Caveman 2: Yeah totally. just like ash is normal to you right? Caveman 1: Ash? That stuff is pretty cool Caveman 2: thats HORRIBLE. It might destroy whole habitats and release toxic chemicals like CO2. You can't deposit that artificial chemical waste anywhere? Caveman 1: Are you serious? I even made paintings with it on the walls Caveman 2: HOLY SHIT lets get outta here
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Hey /sci/, I am just a cashier without any degree, but just for browsing /sci/ I feel myself smarter than most of the people I know. I just want to thank you for posting here.
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Is 0.999.... equal to 1? pic somewhat related
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Where did the energy from earths lava and core come from?
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