AI Decodes Fruit Fly Vision, Paving Way For Human Insight by Smalls in science

[–]Smalls[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I think that this will be AI's most useful job; compiling complicated processes for us that unlock information we have no idea exists.

Can Evolution bring back the dinosaurs? by farah22 in science

[–]HugodeCrevellier 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Why?

Pilot wave theory by Canbot in science

[–]Smalls 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I have heard of the ether theory, but I do not understand it enough to ask questions.

Pilot wave theory by Canbot in science

[–]Canbot[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

One theory is that all matter comes from excitations in fields. There is an electromagnetic field that occupies all space. When you excite that field enough you create an electron. You may have heard of the higgs field which was a big topic of discussion a few years ago when they were trying to get funding for particle colliders to look for the higgs boson. In theory the waves are traveling through the field which gives birth to particles.

Another theory says it is waves in an either that permeates everything, or space time itself.

Pilot wave theory by Canbot in science

[–]Smalls 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

So, the theory is that each particle has its own wave? If the experiment with the oil and speaker vibration simulated this, could it be postulated that physical particles are just "droplets" from a larger source of material that is kept in the universe that we currently occupy? Where is this "vibration" that keeps our universe from collapsing? Interesting idea to think about. Thanks for posting.

Risk of Suicide and Self-Harm Following Gender-Affirmation Surgery by jet199 in science

[–]GuyWhite 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It’s not the self harm that I’m most concerned about.

It’s when these troons snap and commit mass murders.

Troons are mentally ill.

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a protein-​based gel that breaks down alcohol in the gastrointestinal tract without harming the body. by PanzersGhost in science

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Might be useful in places like Japan where you're socially obligated to go out drinking with your boss after work. Doesn't seem like it would be great if you're trying to catch a buzz though.

The James Webb Space Telescope Releases a Beautiful New Picture Of Uranus by farah22 in science

[–]hfxB0oyA 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This will never not be funny.

Planet Nine, is it real and why hasn't anyone ever seen it? by farah22 in science

[–]HugodeCrevellier 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

To be tautological, it will either be observed, in which case it'll be recognised as real, or the data will rule out its existence. :)

May 5th in history: Alan Shepard becomes the first American in space. by farah22 in science

[–]HugodeCrevellier 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He was preceded by many, including Albert II, who, on June 14, 1949, survived a sub-orbital V-2 flight into space (but died on impact after a parachute failure).

The face of a Neanderthal from 75,000 years ago has been found by scientists by farah22 in science

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replicate?

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

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So the narrative is good and anything that criticizes that narrative is "hate speech?"

Not at all.

But you can certainly argue for hidden variable theories like Bohmian mechanics, despite it being fringe.

But we know that acknowledgement improves the suicidal ideation of transgender people, so speculating (without any academic expertise) that they don't exist is less likely to get a pass.

You can even argue against climate science, even though the greenhouse effect isn't questionable.

I don't know enough about Clarence Thomas to speak on that

Are you not concerned about the reporting of bribes to the supreme Court?

Analysis: U.S. Supreme Court justices take gifts — then raise the bar for bribery prosecutions

I don't buy that any of these people are dyed in the wool Federalists

They're members of the federalist society, and have been selected for that reason.

I think they're people with incredibly successful legal careers who are at the top of their fields

It should matter what field. Barrett has almost no experience practicing law whatsoever.

And she's not the top of academia either.

The face of a Neanderthal from 75,000 years ago has been found by scientists by farah22 in science

[–]IkeConn 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They didn't find any kind of face. They computer AI'ed it.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]UncleWillard56 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

  • So the narrative is good and anything that criticizes that narrative is "hate speech?" That sounds a lot like fascism to me.
  • I disagree. The left (more far left who have the loudest whining) has been subsumed by identity politics. Everything is about race, sex/gender, orientation, and their enemy is everyone who is not in their prized demographics. Ironic that people who preach "anti-racism" are far more racist than anyone in the center or slightly right.
  • Both Clintons btw, though HRC didn't make it. I don't like either of them, but they were the lesser of two evils. I can't stand HRC and I don't think she would have been any more effective than Biden, but at least she had government experience. I envisioned an HRC presidency as a diluted version of her husband's or Obama's. Still, and like Obama, it would have been a great signal of progress to have had a woman president, even if it had to be her. Romney is creepy, and by and large, I'm independent and left leaning (until the great purge of 2016), mostly because I do believe in Universal Healthcare (the only feather in Romney's cap I can think of), and if not free, super cheap education - both left of center ideals. No, I don't think Romney is significantly left of Trump because Trump isn't left or right, he's just a populist windbag.
  • I don't buy that any of these people are dyed in the wool Federalists. I think they're people with incredibly successful legal careers who are at the top of their fields. I may be too optimistic, but I believe these people prize the law/Constitution over all things, but of course, influenced by their own personal beliefs as well.
  • I don't know enough about Clarence Thomas to speak on that, but there's another example of identity politics before it was called that. They picked him because he's black. I'm sure there were better candidates, even black ones, but they went with him. Conservatives can eat that one, but it's seasoned with leftist identity bullshit. I agree that SCOTUS needs reform. I don't agree at all that judges are appointed. There has to be a better way and a better institution to pick judges or even a career path devoid of politics (as much as that thing can be done).

Just to put it out there, great conversation. And worth noting that not all spaces (e.g., reddit) would have allowed for it without some sort of brigading or banning. Maybe in earlier days, but my last few years I saw no good conversations. That is valuable to me.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Most of them that will ban you for even suggesting anything against "the narrative."

I think that you're confusing anything against "the narrative" with hate speech.

The division is cultural and more driven by the left's insistence that everything is driven by demographics that only represent what we are not who we are

That sounds very straw-mannish. How would the left state that?

Clinton, Obama

Clinton was a dick, it turns out. Pardoning his friends at the end of his presidency opened the door for Trump's selling all those pardons for $2M each.

What were some of the things that made prefer Obama to Romney?

Would you agree that Romney is significantly left of Trump?

It assumes that all Justices vote politics and ignore the law

The federalist society certainly has an agenda. There's some cases where they follow the law, but they're anti-woman, anti-intersex, anti-gay, and anti-separation of church and state, only in the case of Christianity.

The supreme court has never been corrupt, imo.

If the gifts that Clarence Thomas has taken from the federalist society aren't corrupt, why did he neglect to declare them?

You don't need to hide behaviour that's not reproachable.

Paragon Of Virtue Clarence Thomas Has Been Given Half Million In Value Off The Record And It Totally Hasn't Impacted His Judging. Not One Bit. Nope..

I worry about the money that went into the alleged rapist Kavanagh's bank account about the time he was fingered for the supreme court too.

And Barret has almost no experience as a justice.

Barrett has spent virtually all of her professional life in academia. Until President Trump nominated her to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in 2017, she had never been a judge, never worked in the government as a prosecutor, defense lawyer, solicitor general, or attorney general, or served as counsel to any legislative body—the usual professional channels that Supreme Court nominees tend to hail from.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]UncleWillard56 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

  • Pretty much all outside a few platforms (Reddit for sure, again, that's why I'm here, Twitter (before X), Instagram, SnapChat, Tumbler). I only use this, YouTube, and occasionally Reddit (mostly for porn). Most of them that will ban you for even suggesting anything against "the narrative."
  • Speak for yourself
  • Dems/Reps - two sides of the same coin. The division is cultural and more driven by the left's insistence that everything is driven by demographics that only represent what we are not who we are (race, gender, sex, orientation, sometimes religion)
  • Clinton, Obama - I did not vote in the last election because I don't see either option as good for the country and I'm tired of voting for the lesser of two evils
  • I think that's leftist bullshit. It assumes that all Justices vote politics and ignore the law, the career they've chosen and served in for the majority of their adult lives. I just don't see people in with us/against us terms. It's nihilistic and stupid
  • The supreme court has never been corrupt, imo. I don't consider people I disagree with to be corrupt by default
  • "They" and by that I mean all of Congress, should be representing their constituents and doing their jobs. Instead, the two-party system and the Cultural Marxism alive and well in this country have reduced us to Go RED or Go BLUE! Into arguing over scraps based on things we didn't achieve and can't control. That's not a Left or Right issue, per se, it's all of them, but I see more fascism on the left than I've ever seen on the right in my lifetime.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]ActuallyNot 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

"Social Media is absolutely left leaning."

What's the evidence of that?

We're here because of that fact.

Aren't we an extreme right wing fringe, that supports the invasion of Ukraine, denies the existence of intersex people, and finds validation in the use of racial slurs?

And yes, after 2016, the divisiveness in this country amped up to 11. "RED or BLUE! You must choose."

Yeah. But while red had had a couple of presidents elected on a minority of votes, and that had slanted the supreme court right of the will of the people, it's not the side of politics that increased the division. It's the extreme practises. Terrorism. Insurgency. Nepotism. Corruption of Justice.

I was always left of center until then.

Which democratic presidents did you vote for?

When RBG was elected to the supreme court she was right in the centre. When she died she was the last one holding the left from the federalist society weirdos. America hasn't just edged slightly to the right.

From my perspective, it wasn't Conservatives who won RvW, it was Democrats who lost it.

The federalist society's corruption of the supreme court was the democrats losing it?

Should they have been running a similar attack on the justice system from the left?

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]UncleWillard56 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Social Media is absolutely left leaning. We're here because of that fact.

And yes, after 2016, the divisiveness in this country amped up to 11. "RED or BLUE! You must choose." I was always left of center until then. Woke up one day and found myself at the very least right of center, which, according to most lefties (or at least the ones who hadn't been called out), was "right wing." I've rarely had a conversation since with any friends or family who drank the blue kool-aid, that didn't end with them basically calling me a Nazi. It's a stereotype for a reason. In contrast, I've yet to be called a libtard by a Trump supporter, even though I didn't vote for him and likely won't this election either.

From my perspective, it wasn't Conservatives who won RvW, it was Democrats who lost it. They are supposedly the party of women, yet they have failed to codify RvW for 30 years. Even when they had a supermajority and even with a black, woman VP who was a fucking lawyer herself. Nothing. They failed. I disagree with overturning of RvW (which is really about medical privacy and less about abortion), but I also disagree with women who think it should be on-demand or joke about it like it's nothing. It's a last resort and they could easily take it out of the hands of the state by using sensible birth control (or getting on the fast-track for a male, oral solution for birth control).

Nobody wants a dictatorship, but nobody wants this ride or die partisanship either. I'm sick of the two-party system period, and I can't tell who fights that more, red or blue, but we need a third option.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]ActuallyNot 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Social Media posts as a standard?

Maybe not.

But in that case the claim "Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals" is bullshit anyway.

And to Liberals, anyone who isn't 110% on their ticket is a nazi so most of the world?

No. Just that in the US at the moment there are a lot of conservatives who think that the government should legislate what can happen inside a woman's body, and that if you try to overthrow the American democracy by an insurrection or by setting up fake electors instead of the real ones, then you should be above the law.

And most people don't want the country dragged into a dictatorship.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

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It's one of those posts that were heavily moderated on reddit because they can't take anything critical of the left into mature discussion.

And by that specifically being a small group of politically active psychopath trannies hijacked the left and the bleeding heart democrats let them. I am certain that's where 99% of the bias and toxicity is coming from.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]UncleWillard56 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Social Media posts as a standard? Really? And to Liberals, anyone who isn't 110% on their ticket is a nazi so most of the world?

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]SMCAB 4 insightful - 4 fun4 insightful - 3 fun5 insightful - 4 fun -  (0 children)

And without even realizing it, you've proven the point of the article. You people amaze me.

Liberals three times more biased than conservatives when evaluating ideologically opposite individuals, study finds by RedditButt in science

[–]ActuallyNot 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Or, the modern US conservative has views three times more offensive to a liberal.

Chicago's Iconic 'Rat Hole' Sidewalk Imprint Removed Due to Damage by wahyu in science

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Squirrel.

Scientists push new paradigm of animal consciousness by Drewski in science

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Scientist have observed the 'glory effect' on an exoplanet for the first time. by wahyu in science

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If all you can give us is an artists rendition then you're full of shit. Show us the actual pictures.

Peter Higgs, who predicted the existence of the Higgs Boson, has died at 94 by PanzersGhost in science

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Magical that he lived long enough to see his predicted particle be detected ... impossible to imagine 48 years earlier in 1964 when he predicted its existence.

49 years between his paper and the Nobel Prize. Sometimes you need a long life to be recognised as a great physicist.

Peter Higgs, who predicted the existence of the Higgs Boson, has died at 94 by PanzersGhost in science

[–]hfxB0oyA 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He's gone to meet his particle. RIP

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]Canbot 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

A virus can not cause cancer after it has been irradiated from your body.

The "vaccine" on the other hand can severely damage your immune system causing it to not fight cancer as effectively any more.

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]zyxzevn 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Turbo cancer is a well known side-effect of the mRNA injections.
The pseudo-uridine, spike-proteins, RNA, and rDNA pollutions, are all known promoters of cancer.

But Nature will never publish science that is against their biggest funders/supporters.
We have come to the point that everything published in the big papers should be considered fake science.

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]Iswearbymyfloralhat 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

who funded them? have you even rabbit holed it yet? Go talk to Whitney Webb. She knows whats up. Shes over at the american vagabond. https://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/category/whitney-webb/

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

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you would be wrong, but well within your rights to be dumb

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]Jiminy 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Pre covid. I'd say this was due to electro magnetic waves, wifi, etc maybe chemtrails.

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]Jiminy 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Viruses cause cancer. I know we all thought covid was no big deal, 99.9% survive, most have no Symptoms. But wuhan probably designed it to slowly kill. The vaccine also does this but not everyone took it.

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

[–]SoCo[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Some nice statistics for the US:

US cancer mortality rates from 1968 to 2017 visualized on a county heat map.

Visualizing 50 Years of Cancer Mortality Rates Across the US at Multiple Geographic Levels Using a Synchronized Map and Graph Animation

https://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2020/19_0286.htm

Or just skip to the YouTube of the graphic animation:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/5sGU5hH-0eA

Nature: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say (Pre-Covid19) by SoCo in science

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The increase of early onset cancers is pretty ubiquitous. Here is talk of it from last years discussing, amount other sources, the very large Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2019 study, looking at 29 cancers in 204 countries and regions. It predicts that these will rise 21% by 2030 and that the age brackets of 40-44 and 45-49 will represent a significant portion affected by this.

https://www.medpagetoday.com/hematologyoncology/othercancers/106210

Vitamin D reduced the risks of Covid by 80% in healthcare workers by xoenix in science

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Our findings indicate that vitamin D supplementation has a protective effect against the incidence of COVID-19 in RCT studies (OR 0.403, 95% IC 0.218, 0.747)

That's a reduction in risk of 59.7%

in the incidence of COVID-19 in analytical studies (OR = 0.592, 95% IC 0.476–0.736)

That's a reduction in risk of 40.8%

and in ICU admission (OR 0.317, 95% IC 0.147–0.680)

That's a reduction in risk of 68.3%

I mean, vitamin D is essential to the working of the immune system, and most people with indoor jobs are insufficient, so you would expect there to be a benefit when fighting off infections to vitamin D supplementation, and these figures are significant.

The 80% is from the section not summarised in the abstract looking at healthcare workers only. One of the five studies comes up with a 97% reduction in risk, that brings that group up to about 80%.

That one paper didn't look at COVID-19 specifically. It looked at all influenza-like illnesses. Possibly COVID-19 remains more dangerous in even with sufficient Vitamin D than other influenza-like infections.

Vitamin D reduced the risks of Covid by 80% in healthcare workers by xoenix in science

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ok

Vitamin D reduced the risks of Covid by 80% in healthcare workers by xoenix in science

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Since Covid that guy's been a massive source of misinformation.

I think he's got some neurological deficit from long covid.

Vitamin D reduced the risks of Covid by 80% in healthcare workers by xoenix in science

[–]topiary2 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This is exactly why they made it their mission to terrify people into avoiding as much sunlight as possible

Vitamin D reduced the risks of Covid by 80% in healthcare workers by xoenix in science

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I NEED A HACKER TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL GRADE by henry234 in science

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hello

WSJ: Where Did Covid Come From? New documents bolster the theory that it not only escaped from a laboratory but was developed in one. by xoenix in science

[–]IkeConn 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This would be an insta-ban post on Reddit.

Huge genome study confronted by concerns over race analysis: "Critics said a key figure, which depicts patterns of relatedness among nearly 250,000 study volunteers whose genomes were sequenced, could mislead some readers into thinking the data support the idea that humans fall into distinct races" by neolib in science

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Why is it you can have different breeds of dogs, cats, pigs, horses, goats, etc. but somehow humans are exceptional from that level of diversity within the species?

Huge genome study confronted by concerns over race analysis: "Critics said a key figure, which depicts patterns of relatedness among nearly 250,000 study volunteers whose genomes were sequenced, could mislead some readers into thinking the data support the idea that humans fall into distinct races" by neolib in science

[–]chadwickofwv 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Grow the fuck up you god damn leftists! Different groups of people are different. There is nothing inherently good or bad about that, or acknowledging it. It is only evil when you hate someone based on that.

I NEED A HACKER TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL GRADE by henry234 in science

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I NEED A HACKER TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL GRADE by henry234 in science

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I NEED A HACKER TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL GRADE by henry234 in science

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I NEED A HACKER TO CHANGE MY SCHOOL GRADE by henry234 in science

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He was able to boost my GPA within 24 hours, all thanks to Hackmatrix3@gmail.com,, i graduated a couple of months back with one of the best results from my set. All thanks to him, who helped me boost my grades and also did same for my best friend who also came out with an outstanding result. I am more than grateful.

Scientists have successfully grown working “testicles in a dish” that could one day help solve male infertility. by PanzersGhost in science

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After convincing most of the world to take vaccines to cause infertility, scientist bloats, "We have your balls in a dish!"

Scientists have successfully grown working “testicles in a dish” that could one day help solve male infertility. by PanzersGhost in science

[–]Canbot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I don't know about male infertility, but they definitely solved petrie dish infertility.

Scientists have successfully grown working “testicles in a dish” that could one day help solve male infertility. by PanzersGhost in science

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This is nuts

Is it time for a more subtle view on the ultimate taboo: cannibalism? by xoenix in science

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I was wondering what they'd turn to after trannies became normalized to the point where they wouldn't drive clicks anymore.

Is it time for a more subtle view on the ultimate taboo: cannibalism? by xoenix in science

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Cannibalism is degrading to the entire species. It devalues human life. It is in line with satanism and feminism. It should be eradicated.

Why are so many climate records breaking all at once? by ActuallyNot in science

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CERN proposes $17 billion particle smasher that would be 3 times bigger than the Large Hadron Collider by Drewski in science

[–]topiary2 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If they create a black hole, will they force us to pay reparations to it?

CERN proposes $17 billion particle smasher that would be 3 times bigger than the Large Hadron Collider by Drewski in science

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I hope they fail to produce a black hole on this planet.

CERN proposes $17 billion particle smasher that would be 3 times bigger than the Large Hadron Collider by Drewski in science

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Who is going to pay for it?

The question of who is going to pay for it is a complex one, and there is no easy answer. Ultimately, the decision of who bears the financial burden of a particular project or initiative will depend on a variety of factors, including the specific circumstances of the situation, the goals and objectives of the project, and the resources available. In some cases, the government may be responsible for funding a project. This is often the case for large-scale infrastructure projects, such as the construction of a new highway or bridge, or for social welfare programs, such as providing healthcare or education. In other cases, the private sector may be responsible for funding a project. This is often the case for businesses or individuals who are seeking to profit from a particular venture. There are also cases where the costs of a project may be shared between the government and the private sector. This is often done through public-private partnerships, in which the government provides some funding and the private sector provides the rest. Ultimately, the decision of who is going to pay for it is a complex one that will depend on a variety of factors. There is no easy answer, and the best solution will vary depending on the specific circumstances of the situation.

CERN proposes $17 billion particle smasher that would be 3 times bigger than the Large Hadron Collider by Drewski in science

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Who is going to pay for it?

Virginia Tech scientist shows focused ultrasound can reach deep into the brain to relieve pain by PanzersGhost in science

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If the pain is severe or chronic, you might be prescribed something stronger – an opioid pain killer

Not often. I see people getting limbs amputated with nothing more than Tylenol for the pain.

Your next salad could be grown just for you: custom-grown, soilless greens are coming by PanzersGhost in science

[–]Musky 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Salt substitute is potassium chloride. It's an easy and cheap way to supplement potassium since potassium supplements are regulated to only be a max of 4% of the RDA.

Does fluoride in drinking water lower IQ? Question looms large in court battle by PanzersGhost in science

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yep tons of sttudies proving it

Does fluoride in drinking water lower IQ? Question looms large in court battle by PanzersGhost in science

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I don't know, but it does calcify your pineal gland, can't have anyone not mindlessly consuming and figuring out the power of their mind.

Does fluoride in drinking water lower IQ? Question looms large in court battle by PanzersGhost in science

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Did they though? Also, why the fuck would they bother lowering the IQ of people they were planning to kill? Also why were there even camps; why not just kill them right away?

Your next salad could be grown just for you: custom-grown, soilless greens are coming by PanzersGhost in science

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Welcome to the overthinking of every little thing about modern life. Need more potassium? Eat another few bites of far less expensive food that was grown in soil. Ridiculousness.

Does fluoride in drinking water lower IQ? Question looms large in court battle by PanzersGhost in science

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Yes, it does. Why else would the Nazis have put it in the drinking water at all the concentration camps?

Graphene replaces sand to make lighter, stronger concrete by PanzersGhost in science

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Just don't expect to be paying less than $1000 per cubic yard.

AI discovers that not every fingerprint is unique by Drewski in science

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What does the Cerebellum Do Anyway? by Drewski in science

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Benefits of Moderna and Merck melanoma vaccine plus Keytruda extend to three years by xoenix in science

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I trust that exactly the same amount as I trust an injection of arsnic.

Scientists Destroy 99% of Cancer Cells in The Lab Using Vibrating Molecules by PanzersGhost in science

[–]lowrads 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Also known as heat.

Are Humans Still Evolving? 'Maybe More Rapidly Than Ever,' Says Scientist by PanzersGhost in science

[–]iamonlyoneman 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That depends, does it count when big pharma injects patented gene therapy to modify our DNA?

Man spends 93 days at the bottom of the Atlantic - now he's 10 years younger by jet199 in science

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10 years is a lot.

Every billionaire is going to replay a certain Bond movie villain if that's true.

Man spends 93 days at the bottom of the Atlantic - now he's 10 years younger by jet199 in science

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He also exercises an hour a day while he was down there. The article didn't say if that was his normal routine before he went down. Interesting to see if this research leads to some sort of therapy.

What is Science Simple definition | Branches of science by sanojb732 in science

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Science, the pursuit of special knowledge, permeates daily life. Physics, chemistry, and biology form its core, unraveling the universe's mysteries. Advancements enhance comfort, connectivity, transport, and medical treatments, shaping our modern world.

Solar panel world record smashed with ‘miracle material’ by hfxB0oyA in science

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Perovskite is a mineral, but it is also the name of a whole very large group of minerals, describing the crystalline structure their bonded atoms make, of which Perovskite proper, was the first discovered by a Russian by the same name.

Basically, there are Perovskite forms of many different minerals. My vague understanding is that they are usually multiple minerals merged, then crystallized into a new Perovskite version and that there are several that naturally form.

They've been refining use this stuff for similar purposes since at least the 1990's. They've gotten even higher efficiencies, but they were ridiculously too expensive. This new spin on the approach is important, because it gets most of the efficiency, but makes manufacturing it actually affordable....(if everything works out like it seems)

Solar panel world record smashed with ‘miracle material’ by hfxB0oyA in science

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oh wow a new reco...no, wait, still just 33% LOL

Solar panel world record smashed with ‘miracle material’ by hfxB0oyA in science

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Made in China.

The article says Perovskite is the most abundant mineral on the planet, and they show a picture, but I never see that stuff outside.... not ever.

Solar panel world record smashed with ‘miracle material’ by hfxB0oyA in science

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I thought we were doing graphene.

Humans reach maturity at 18, not 25 by jet199 in science

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TLDR

Humans reach maturity at 18, not 25 by jet199 in science

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How much of our mad culture has been allowed because of the myth that people's brains don't mature until they are 25? Scotland is even letting seriously criminals under 25 avoid prison based on this.

World's smallest particle accelerator is 54 million times smaller than the Large Hardon Collider, and it works by hfxB0oyA in science

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This one little trick that scientists hate. It will be in a stupid YouTube ad tomorrow.

American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole. by Chipit in science

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I thought that our "universe" is a tiny part of the real (maybe infinite) "top" universe; some matter we know of (including us) came from a black hole that exploded. But this is interesting.

American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole. by Chipit in science

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Every year this fat man comes down my chimney and leaves presents for my children.

Exactly.

American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole. by Chipit in science

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Physics was once a study of observable details of nature. The philosophy of physics.

It's been degraded into a chorus of speculative nonsense.

We live in a universe with defined, and repeatably measurable dimensional features. Describing the universe as a blackhole is a redefinition of what a black hole is.

Theoretical physics is bullshit.

American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole. by Chipit in science

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In nature nothing is created, nothing is lost, everything changes. - Antoine Lavoisier

American Journal of Physics publishes a density graph of every possible thing. The implication of this curiously direct analysis seems to be proof that the universe itself is in fact a black hole. by Chipit in science

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Every year this fat man comes down my chimney and leaves presents for my children.

Histotripsy – a technique that harnesses soundwaves to attack cancer by [deleted] in science

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Hypocrisy attacks cancer.

Asteroid 33 Polyhymnia May Contain Elements Outside The Periodic Table by ZephirAWT in science

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D. N. Galushkin at all: Atomic metallic hydrogen (AMH) is formed inside of sintered oxide-nickel electrodes of nickel-cadmium battery over a long period of electrochemical hydrogenation (more than five years). It was established that density AMH is 12 times higher, than the density of liquid molecular hydrogen, the specific energy of hydrogen recombination is 20 times higher than of liquid hydrogen-oxygen fuel. At the room temperature AMH is a good conductor, but not a superconductor.

The long-used nickel–cadmium batteries occasionally undergo thermal runaway, during which all electrolyte evaporates and the plastic body of the battery melts down in 2-4 minutes. It was demonstrated, that as a result of the thermal runaway of battery, large amounts of hydrogen are released (KSX-25 battery with the service period of over five years releases approximately 800 liters of hydrogen in this way). This result corresponds 13.4 wt% of hydrogen in nickel which exceeds the content of hydrogen in nickel hydride by 10 times, and for any reversible metal hydrides, including magnesium hydride or complex hydrides by 2 times. Experimental and theoretical works indicate, that combination with tetravalent atoms, as in the group-14 hydrides, may significantly lower the metalization pressure of hydrogen. Hydrogen in these materials is “chemically precompressed” by the presence of the group-14 atoms within crystal lattice.

Compare also The Reasons of Thermal Runaway in Nickel-Cadmium Batteries In a case of the thermal runaway initiation, a battery heats up till high temperature values; an electrolyte evaporates instantly; a battery plastic case melts and sometimes it catches fire or explodes depending on the battery case construction and material.On the basis of all the available experimental data in the paper, there was proved, that the thermal runaway is associated with a powerful exothermic reaction going within the battery (1, 2) In the study Possibility of obtaining atomic metallic hydrogen by electrochemical method russian authors reportedly demonstrated, that the atomic metallic hydrogen (AMH) is formed inside of metal-ceramic oxide-nickel electrodes of nickel-cadmium battery over a long period of electrochemical hydrogenation (more than five years). The AMH was separated from nickel metal by electrochemical dissolution of metalceramic matrix in 22.6% sulfuric acid, and its properties were studied. It was established that density of AMH is 0.85 g cm-3, released specific energy of hydrogen recombination is 216 MJ kg-1 (?), resistivity is 1.5 ohm / cm, and AMH is not a superconductor at room temperature. The obtained parameters of AMH coincide with the theoretical values forecasted earlier.

NiCd KSX-25 battery for aircraft The KSX-25 battery operates in the mode of floating charge. Hence, it overcharges during most of the time. Considerable amount of AMH powder can be isolated only after three years of battery operation; and its maximal amount is achieved after five years of service life.

Asteroid 33 Polyhymnia May Contain Elements Outside The Periodic Table by ZephirAWT in science

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Now on theory side apart the hydrino or condensed nucleon way as explanation what could be in your mind the other options to explain the high density?

In 2012, a study by Benoît Carry estimated a mass of (6.20±0.74)×1018 kg for Polyhymnia based on its gravitational influence on other Solar System bodies. However, given Polyhymnia's diameter of 54 km (34 mi), this mass implies an extremely high density 75.28±9.71 g/cm3. Such a high density is unphysical, so this mass and density estimate of Polyhymnia is considered unreliable by Carry in his study. Because of Polyhymnia's small size, its gravitational influence on other bodies is extremely difficult to detect and may lead to highly inaccurate mass and density estimates. No other study has attempted to determine a mass and density for Polyhymnia since.

My bet therefore is, that we are facing observational error. If confirmed, then we may observe dark matter effect - but not from inside of asteroid but from outside of it. Dark matter forces massive body to behave cohesively, i.e. as more heavier than they actually are. Transuranium elements from island stability can hardly exist - we would observe them already at the Earth too. The same applies to hydrino too. But not all possibilities can be excluded.

Asteroid 33 Polyhymnia May Contain Elements Outside The Periodic Table by ZephirAWT in science

[–]Tom_Bombadil 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Asteroid "33".

It's a hoax.

Asteroid 33 Polyhymnia May Contain Elements Outside The Periodic Table by ZephirAWT in science

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Asteroid 33 Polyhymnia May Contain Elements Outside The Periodic Table about study Superheavy elements and ultradense matter

The asteroid 33 Polyhymnia is so dense, physicists say it could contain elements not yet seen on Earth. elements in the other theoretical island of nuclear stability near Z = 164, which we predict to populate mass density values between 36.0 and 68.4 g/cm3

Given the fact that asteroid size is estimated from their surface brightness, I'd consider this hypothesis as difficult to test for now. One of many options is so-called hydrino, i.e. ultradense subquantum form of hydrogen, which is also speculated to form a substantial portion of dark matter.

Scale Model of the Solar System on LAX field. by Zapped in science

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The size of the solar bodies are relative to each other and the distances are relative to each other, but the scale of size and distance are not. You would have to shrink the planets and Sun by a factor of 100, or increase the distance by a factor of 100.

Is Science Slowing Down? by Mnemonic in science

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The debate over scientific progress and productivity is complex. While Moore's Law suggests exponential growth in transistor density, BJRW's analysis raises concerns about diminishing productivity in research fields. It underscores the need for more nuanced metrics to evaluate scientific advancement in an era of expanding research teams.