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Anonymous 15/11/18(Wed)03:47 No. 16245 ID: dd0d0b [Reply]

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Best STEM degree?

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Anonymous 16/03/20(Sun)06:50 No. 16301 ID: 4439d2

Best degree is the one you enjoy. If you enjoy Chemistry but not Computers, Computer Science would be a poor choice.

You have to define what "Best" means.

If it's only money, petroleum engineers are paid well. Computer Science will get you a job, but you'll have to put in a lot of work to stand out. Maths is not so good unless you plan to go into academia, but can be a nice add-on as a second bachelors.

Anonymous 16/04/10(Sun)01:53 No. 16315 ID: bb4d9b

petroleum engineers will either make a shit ton of money or they'll be jobless. It really depends on the market and if there are any jobs available.

chaosreader 16/06/13(Mon)19:49 No. 16329 ID: 898619

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I'm guessing HVAC repair would be the best STEM major for you. Really though, study what you want to learn about. Look at your college's 300 (or 3000) level classes and above. Decide which ones you want to do. Find twenty of those in the same major and that's your major. If you can't find a job after you graduate sign up at your local state U for a master's certificate in something you can get a job at. (not master's degree, certificates are 5 -6 classes, about a year / tear and a half of night school)

Anonymous 16/05/13(Fri)12:06 No. 16317 ID: 11a71b [Reply]

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Anonymous 16/06/05(Sun)04:59 No. 16324 ID: 171656

Science Fiction, but still fun.

Actually there was important point brought up about the micro-ARC power source in the first Avengers movie: Loki is unable to use his tesseract-based mindwarp staff on Tony. Tony's "new element" is tesseract-like technology. I suspect he's discovered the molecules that the stones of power are made from, but not yet achieved their level of energy concentration.

As for the second movie's retconnning that the staff is actually powered the mind stone... I guess the only way to make sense of it is that all the stones have a technological similarity.

Anonymous 16/06/06(Mon)15:08 No. 16325 ID: b6f1ac

>Loki is unable to use his tesseract-based mindwarp staff on Tony. Tony's "new element" is tesseract-like technology.

It was because Loki was poking Tony in the Arc, not his actual body (notice the audible 'chink' when they connect). If Loki had been two inches to the right he would have succeeded.

World's simplest impossible puzzle Anonymous 16/05/26(Thu)13:05 No. 16323 ID: 7995e9 [Reply]

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It is just impossible...try and you will know....

30seconds of mathematical fun.. Kiokio 16/05/20(Fri)20:43 No. 16322 ID: 7995e9 [Reply]

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This looks so very easy but again another impossible puzzle Typee 16/05/19(Thu)23:31 No. 16321 ID: 7995e9 [Reply]

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An impossible trick puzzle Typee 16/05/16(Mon)22:00 No. 16319 ID: 7995e9 [Reply]

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Anonymous 16/05/19(Thu)08:25 No. 16320 ID: ca3ceb

Did it. Was a good way to spend five minutes.

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Hi /sci/, I'm making a concept of a electric jet. What would you use as a energy storage. It should contain 3 MW/h and weight less then 400 kg.

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Anonymous 15/11/14(Sat)20:08 No. 16241 ID: 53eae2

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When in doubt, go with nuclear.

Anonymous 15/12/05(Sat)20:23 No. 16251 ID: bc19dd

Why wait until you're in doubt? You should always be going nuclear.

Anonymous 16/04/07(Thu)22:14 No. 16311 ID: ae6330

This is Impossible
Even Creating a basic Jet Engine is complicated. You cannot possibly make this shit without Einstein's brain

help mfats222 16/04/06(Wed)06:01 No. 16309 ID: 9027ad [Reply]

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Anonymous 15/11/18(Wed)03:31 No. 16244 ID: dd0d0b [Reply]

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Is STEM good to go into if I like working with yes or no answers. I dislike working with stuff such English where there are many different viable answers.

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Anonymous 15/11/25(Wed)03:16 No. 16250 ID: e9dfb1

Actually, although it's usually not possible to find the "best" answer, often it's possible to discern the plainly "wrong" answers, and occasionally two answers can be compared and the "better" answer can be determined unequivocally.
For example, even if I can't prove than an algorithm is correct, if I can come up with various tests that would tell me without question that it is incorrect, and all of them fail, perhaps I can have more confidence in its potential correctness.

Anonymous 16/03/20(Sun)07:03 No. 16303 ID: 4439d2

This should be less a question of "What kind of answers do I like?" and more of a question of "What kind of questions do I like?"

In the world beyond high school, it comes down to a lot more self guidance. You might have instructors asking you questions in early undergrad that have definite answers.

But you're going to get to the point where no one can lead you to the questions you have to answer any longer, and you need to come up with the questions too.

Also, many STEM fields have no Yes/No answers, as it becomes much more of a Why/How/When quandary.

Anonymous 16/04/04(Mon)09:53 No. 16307 ID: aee2e1


Someone ought to tell reddit

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