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Physics Vs Chemistry by Nicholas Clayridge - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 01:29:51 EST ID:iSJN1igQ No.75897 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Don't mind the picture.

So this is my currently dilemma. I've recently gotten my life together and will hopefully be returning to college this fall with chemistry as my declared major. However I have a yearning for physics mostly due to the intense mathematics required and to gain a better understanding of how the world works around me. With chemistry though actually manipulating matter and getting to see my work before me is appealing plus I've always wanted to work in a laboratory setting.

So I guess what I'd like to discuss is others experiences and background in both fields? It is to my understanding that a physicist can have a higher income but requires a master or phd to really be worth while, where I believe as a chemist a BA might be sufficient. Plus demand for physicist should be rising for the years to come while demand for a chemist would stay the same roughly.
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Fanny Chinnerfot - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 01:31:12 EST ID:7c3ZL8Bl No.75970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75921
don't trump other people's dreams dude
anything you want to do, specially to make money, requires some investment
it's still much cheaper than producing any chemical substance legally
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Fanny Chinnerfot - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 01:31:38 EST ID:7c3ZL8Bl No.75971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75970
a commercial chemical substance I mean
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Reuben Hellertore - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 11:26:19 EST ID:uGD5aNS6 No.75977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75970
I'm not. I didn't say it was impossible. But the reality of the situation is its helluva lot harder than most people think. I was just being real. I highly doubt that some reply on an image board isn't going to be the ultimate authority for someone motivated enough. But it might dissuade the casuals.
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Phoebe Sirringlet - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 20:14:51 EST ID:5Rq6QanS No.75991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Kinda late considering how long this thread has been here for.
Math is probably the worst decision in terms of money. Also grade school is pretty much mandatory if you want to be anything other than a grade school teacher (okay there are a few jobs out there with a bs in math but there's a very good chance you'll end up teaching).

Engineering is probably the best choice for the money. Also the best if you don't want to go to grad school. Your pretty much guaranteed a job. Not many profession are like that. You can take a math minor too if you want. Not that uncommon for engineers (you'll take most of the same lower level math). Or a phys or a chem. Or Dual major with math/phys/chem. Dual majors don't really offer that much more in terms of employment though.


A bs in chem will probably get you a job. Not guaranteed but likely. Go for the acs (or whatever it's called) certification. A ba is even less likely. You probably wouldn't end up doing anything too exciting. A ms/phd will open up a lot of doors. If you into math phys you can specialize in physical chemistry in grad school. Your now qualified to more than just a lab grant work.

A bs in physics I'm not as sure about. I've heard some physicists can get some jobs similar to engineers but I'm not sure how true this is. Grad school is probably going to be necessary. I've heard of people doing a dual major in phys/chem but, this is really for intellectual curiosity than helping in getting a job.

To answer you question, more math is good. All four degrees will require at least cal. 3. Taking differential equations and linear algebra be helpful even for a chemist. If your still not sure even you can take a general semester consisting of a math phys and chem class (plus whatever else you want). This wouldn't really slow you down in the scheme of thing not matter what you decide.
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Phoebe Sirringlet - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 20:17:49 EST ID:5Rq6QanS No.75992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75991
fuck that post has bad grammar. Sorry to anyone that reads this


A.C.E. mixture by Molly Hebberhood - Thu, 25 Dec 2014 01:35:40 EST ID:6x1gU34Z No.75931 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i made this thread on /other/ but this seems a more appropriate place


I got a shitton of pure chloroform, alcohol and ether. I'd like to know what are the best and safest ratios to make an A.C.E. mix for recreational uses, as it seems that there are a lot of formulas. In addition, what do you think about adding essences to it and what would be nice ones? Thanks in advance
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trypto - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 01:32:05 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75968
>Anna M Fan (2005), "Chloroform", Encyclopedia of Toxicology 1
Also, what's this? Contradictory info? Could you post a link, quote or summary? a quick google search turned up nothing.
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Fanny Chinnerfot - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 02:28:01 EST ID:7c3ZL8Bl No.75973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75972
no no
I looked up the wikipedia page on chloroform, and the part where it says part of the chloroform is metabolized into phosphogene cites this book. I thought that's where you picked up that info aswell. i didn't find the book either.

i wasn't planning to do this exactly for historical reasons. it's simply a rather popular drug used in my country, i tried it a bit when i was a teenager, now i got access to the substances used in it and simply thought it would be way safer to make my own (since god only knows what the fuck those dumbass drug dealers mix in it) and maybe make some bucks out of it aswell. when i searched deeper, i found out the stuff is similar to the A.C.E. mixture (besides the alcohol). since alcohol makes the whole thing safer for use, apparently, i decided to go with that.

just to let you know, it might interest you
a few decades back then, huffing ethyl chloride was extremely popular in my country. it was so fucking legal they handed out that stuff to little kids in parties. after it got banned, people still wanted it but that shit is not easy to bottle or ti produce, it needs too much infrasctructure to do so as it boils at atmospheric pressure, like a hairspray. so, it seems people started selling C.E. mixture telling people it was ethyl chloride (while C.E. is way, waaay more toxic than ethyl chloride), and that's how huffing C.E. got popular around here. pretty funny huh.
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Fanny Chinnerfot - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 09:03:32 EST ID:7c3ZL8Bl No.75974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75973
I just got my ACE mix from the lab. now i'm kinda regreting it because i could have taken just pure chloroform and use it to extract some fucking DMT later
welp
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trypto - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 10:25:15 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75973
That is funny. What country or region? I'm guessin eastern europe.
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Phineas Crucklespear - Fri, 02 Jan 2015 02:52:55 EST ID:spHy0LLC No.75982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75976
nope i know slavs are known for drinking ether and huffing stupid shit
i will give you a tip: hue


/stim/ science. by Polly Honeyshaw - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 11:28:09 EST ID:W2ImbIPa No.75959 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /chem/,

Soo, I've come up with a mid week project, Caffeine 'shards'.

I've got meth shards, I've got MSM shards, I've got Ethyphenidate shards but I'm yet to come across caffeine HCL much less 'glass' caffeine, admittedly because it's stupid, but I see an opportunity for some learning and fun here.

Soo, I have 100g of caffeine Anhydrous to fuck about with, and various ml conical flasks, thermometer and an electric stove.

I've been looking at pubmeds, youtube vids and forum posts on re-crystallization (in this case anhydrous to HCL) but really, until I get hands on, it all means vary little.

So any suggestions on temperatures, solvents to use, if it's possible to color the crystals, how to effect density, size, transparency.

Big thanks in advance mah jolly african-americans. I see some fun sience shit ahead.


To be clear I'm not wanting to do this to cut meth, nor do I intend to use made crystals, I got better drugs this is for fun and education
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trypto - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 23:01:16 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75959
What have you found so far? post links.

Generally, you don't need to worry about temps. You heat until it boils, then you cool it slowly, to as cold as you can.

If I were in a lab, I'm sure some hexane/ethyl acetate mixture would do the trick. For DIY solvents, naptha or acetone might be good. These are guesses though, the surest bet is to find what someone else did.

You might be able to color them, but impurities effect crystal size. So don't bother until you know you can get a good size.

Density you can't effect.

Size is basically a function of how slowly you cool it. There's other factors, like the concentration of the solution.


Just because something can crystalize doesn't mean you'll be able to get big crystals. I bet you can at least get some glittery shit, but IDK about "shards". I really don't know, though. You could certainly try. Like I said, post links to what you have so far. Preferably papers. Google scholar is better than pubmed for this, and use libgen.org to get any papers you want access to. If you can't find anything good, I can search for ya.


weird question about light by Sophie Piblingwill - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 15:19:19 EST ID:nrYWcpIT No.75954 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to try to explain this as best as I can.
A while back, I was using a small hand mirror to look at the back of my head. I used the hand mirror, and with my back turned to a bathroom mirror, I looked at the reflection of the back of my head using the hand mirror.
What I found interesting was that WITHOUT my glasses on, I was able to see the back of my head, but it was very blurry.
However, WITH the mirror, the reflection of the back of my head was clear.
I also found that without my glasses, the closer I got to the mirror (with my back still turned, and still looking into the hand mirror) the clearer the image became.
This has me interested because, I'm not looking at the bathroom mirror's reflection, I'm looking at a reflection of THAT reflection, and the reflection that I'm looking at is much closer to my face. Why is it that the distance between the two effects my ability to clearly see it?

Sorry if this is a dumb question, or if this is the wrong board, but I'm legitimately curious.
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Cornelius Buzzville - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 06:46:43 EST ID:+0Ci6TLP No.75957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75954
Focal length.
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Molly Cronderbanks - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 09:35:54 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75956
Set it down, and then walk backwards. Keep walking back, and see if the image gets bigger, smaller, or flips.
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Alice Niggergold - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 13:04:40 EST ID:nrYWcpIT No.75960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75958
So, my bathroom is only so big, and I couldn't step away that far. But I DID noticed that even with my glasses on, the farther I got from the bathroom mirror, the more blurry the image became.

>>75957
That sounds plausible but I don't know enough about that. I'll research it, tho
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Molly Cronderbanks - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 17:19:53 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75960
Yeah, it sounds like one of the mirrors is ever so slightly concave. The reason two mirrors helps bring it into focus is that it doubles the length of the path. put it on a level surface, then put a bearing on its edge. If it always rolls towards the center, it's concave.
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Fanny Chinnerfot - Mon, 29 Dec 2014 21:00:15 EST ID:7c3ZL8Bl No.75962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75954
the distance of the image changed and it ended up closer to your focal point

the end


Light by Cedric Tillingstone - Fri, 26 Dec 2014 02:34:37 EST ID:5BjIx1Ou No.75944 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it visible without anything to reflect off of and if you cannot see the source of it? I'm in a room lit only by the computer monitor, waiting for someone by my open window at night and the thought just randomly occurred to me and I thought I'd hear your guys' thoughts on the subject.
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Nathaniel Brublingdale - Fri, 26 Dec 2014 15:54:58 EST ID:QRBqdbaf No.75946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You mean in the vacuum of space
yes
In your room? the atmosphere can reflect it
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Phineas Daddlefoot - Fri, 26 Dec 2014 23:28:48 EST ID:ThKw+JVu No.75947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Light is only visible when a photon hits your eye. Photon can be emitted or reflected and travels in a straight line.
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Nathaniel Blatherridge - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 11:58:19 EST ID:jHoDdHLb No.75952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you can't see the source, and it doesn't bounce, no, you can't see it.


PEOPLE = VICTIM = PATIENT + PROFIT; Psychology in the court rooms by Nathaniel Brublingdale - Fri, 26 Dec 2014 01:28:41 EST ID:QRBqdbaf No.75938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think psychology would fit in here
well anyone that appreciates science would love a read of everything on this website

http://www.tanadineen.com/
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trypto - Fri, 26 Dec 2014 01:37:57 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75938
Elaborate.

But, /pss/ is more of the right board, since psychology is a social science.

Speaking of attacking psychology, I think this article is pretty interesting: http://aeon.co/magazine/psychology/holly-case-thomas-szasz-insanity-plea/

About a dude who thinks mental illness doesn't exist, and the insanity plea should be abolished. THere's some good ideas in there, not that I agree with all of it (especially that mental illness doesn't exist, I mean there's anatomical diffences between schizos and nonschizos).


why by Nigger Farrydit - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 07:49:36 EST ID:wPtyUt3l No.75919 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i don't understand why you won't let me post
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Barnaby Bondlewater - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 21:32:58 EST ID:W9ZvC6sa No.75923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75919

  • windows
  • chrome
  • azureus
  • updates not installed
  • battery almost empty
>jesus christ
indeed.

you should take more pride in your laptop, OP.
Gotta treat 'er right.
Give it a nice VLD or GOM Player, Firefox, and uTorrent. Go update that media player. Change the theme to something other than deafult. Make those updates.
Or it gon' make life soooo bland y'know.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Fri, 02 Jan 2015 21:34:04 EST ID:4NhDB/Tk No.75985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75923
This comment makes you sound like the biggest computer hipster in the world.
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William Sigglewater - Thu, 15 Jan 2015 22:55:54 EST ID:st1K9a/U No.76017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75985
Psh yeah right, I bet his computer isn't even vegan


asshole bud by Ian Dobblebanks - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 16:42:08 EST ID:ArdtzKQp No.75920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Wgat does /chemA/ know about radon? I can tell you that a small amount can make you through up after avout a dy of exposure, left alone. As an inert gas tgis stuff is interestibg, on close inspection it really glows. I know that it is present in granite rock but can it be made? Thanks


Are you tired of wind farms? Y or N? by James Bivingferk - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 08:27:56 EST ID:ctdJAZb6 No.75884 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Wind Farms - Yes or No. UK Poll by David Cameron. Do you support off shore wind farms? Or in David's words, are you tired of them?

http://metro.co.uk/2014/12/17/poll-are-you-fed-up-with-wind-farms-4990896/
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 00:16:43 EST ID:tvQOFDdC No.75892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know some people who think wind turbines are the ugliest fucking things in the world. Obviously rich landowners can pull the "not in my backyard" card, because they're rich landowners. But seriously, we're surrounded by ugly infrastructure. Power lines, antennas, miles and miles of strip malls and McMansions, and highways, to name some of the most common examples. Most Americans see this shit every day without thinking it's abnormal. We'll get used to wind farms pretty quickly if they become more common, and if they don't become more common, we'll still have to put up with them like we do with the occasional (and far uglier IMO) fossil fuel power plant.

Also, do wind farms really kill birds? I don't feel like researching it. I find it hard to believe, but if so, they certainly can't kill more birds than cars or windows.

Wind farms aren't the most effective way to make electricity, but at least they're clean and cheap.

Sorry for the rant. This is why I don't go on /pol/.
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Jenny Pebberworth - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 10:17:14 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>75892
>Also, do wind farms really kill birds?
Yes.
>they certainly can't kill more birds than cars or windows.
Buildings, fossil fuel power plants, pesticides and cats kill way more.

It is a problem that needs to be considered when building a wind farm though. For example, you probably shouldn't build one near endangered bird nesting sites.
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Hedda Snodlock - Sun, 21 Dec 2014 14:55:38 EST ID:DIZp74tV No.75905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75893

nice to see feral cats still holding it down though lol
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Frederick Smalldale - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 00:01:36 EST ID:hJMJM/Qw No.75906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh my god, who the hell cares if you're "tired" of them.
It's not a matter of "Feeling" it... it's a matter of i dunno,
keeping your country in the 21st century.

fuck.
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Hamilton Suzzlehood - Mon, 22 Dec 2014 05:53:05 EST ID:JANiHDME No.75908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75906
actually, use of wind power is pretty ancient, and electric turbines are a 20th century technology.
21st century will be thorium reactors or something even safer and cheaper


Cheap chinese milligram scales by Cyril Pockforth - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 19:28:23 EST ID:QTA7XiiV No.75894 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have any joy or recommendations for these or other cheap chinese milligram scales? I bought some 0.01g and they didn't move until 39mg. I bought some 0.001g and they worked well once for weighing 25mg, then the second time I come back to use them they have somehow fallen apart (the pan unscrewed itself on the underside and when reattached they just drifted forever despite calibration).

I know you get what you pay for, but I'm not sure I can justify or maintain some very expensive specialist ones and maybe there is a sweet spot for these seemingly junk chinese scales where price:performance comes together?
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Oliver Brindleson - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 21:56:10 EST ID:Gz/SgZBZ No.75895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've got a scale similar to the one pictured. It works pretty well. I've always had good luck with Chinese scales. Sometimes you get a good one, sometimes you don't.
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Green Fox - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 00:50:13 EST ID:7W8QTC+A No.75896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
With any analytical instrument, you need to test it. Like all the time. Get calibration weights, treat them well. Take a large sample size of measurements, find the standard deviation, and a suitable confidence interval in excel.

Anything else is just guesswork.


Making smarter people by raising smarter kids. by Edward Crevingdork - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 06:53:54 EST ID:f0IUAo3s No.75870 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What if you teach a baby how to respond to gestures and intents, then name and explain these as you integrate the teaching of language? To try to teach a kid to respond to times in life when he's unable to communicate with language, and to recognise non-verbal communication acutely, as to prevent aspergers as a secondary effect. Trying to think of how to make the smartest kid possible.
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Wesley Drubblehick - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:21:58 EST ID:Hh8MxSMi No.75882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75881
What I mean to say is that you can't give a child Asperger's as a secondary effect of being a shitty parent. Whether or not you are a good parent, if your child was born with Asperger's than they have Asperger's. I really hope you aren't about to have a kid/already a parent. Intelligent has mostly to do with genetics, but good parenting by educators certainly plays a factor as well.
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Rebecca Dillerbury - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 13:14:58 EST ID:mEgh7QsF No.75886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75881

i do not agree with your ridiculously pretentious attitude in nearly every single one of your posts over on /opi/, and i do not agree with the absolute bullshit you believe about your 5 year old niece.

when i was 8 years old (grade three) my teachers were telling my parents i was at a grade eleven "reading level" (read several stephen king novels, was up to date on harry potter, etc).

this fact should imply that i was ages ahead of my peers which, in most situations, i was. this doesnt mean i was "extremely bored" and caused me to get bad grades, act out against peers etc... completely contrary actually.. the intellectual superiority over my peers in grade school influenced me to achieve very high marks because the material i was being given was jack fucking shit to what i was capable of at the time..


tl;dr your 5 year old niece is just another retard able to read books at a "higher" reading level than the ones her teachers are prescribing her, and is acting out because she is again, just another retarded 5 year old kid...

i love how much BS parents are fed these days about their children.

whine about pathetic tram "withdrawal" s'more, faggit.
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Eugene Snodcocke - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 17:26:52 EST ID:cM6rhCgJ No.75888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah.. exaggerated gestures.. good idea
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Jenny Pebberworth - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 21:32:11 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75888
I can't tell if you're being serious, so here's some shit to educate if you're being sarcastic. I mean, the elipses really don't seem sincere.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baby_talk#Aid_to_cognitive_development

http://faculty.virginia.edu/ASLillard/PDFs/Lillard%20(2010).pdf

Nothing I said is controversial in the least. Human interaction is extremely important in development. Play is extremely important in development. A large part of play is pretending and exaggerating.
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Jenny Pebberworth - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 21:42:20 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75889
This also has pretty much what I said before. Only thing I said that this doesn't is that it's "playing": http://r3.ccie.com/library/5019626.pdf


Getting Published as an Undergrad STEM by Wesley Drubblehick - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:12:31 EST ID:Hh8MxSMi No.75879 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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While on opiates, me and my biochemistry team managed to a paper published in the Journal of Biochemist. Chemistry and STEM degrees FTW. Share your undergrad research stories
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Wesley Drubblehick - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:14:05 EST ID:Hh8MxSMi No.75880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>75879
haha sorry, I was very drunk writing that. Any STEM majors here who have gotten research papers published?
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James Chunkindotch - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 00:53:58 EST ID:f/SJzTz5 No.75883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I worked my ass off as an undergrad, and was a co-author on 5 papers (first author on 2). No first rate journals, but they weren't horrible.

Still can't get a fuckin job though. Fuck everything.


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