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A Typical Elon Musk Day...but it could take place at another tech company. Mr Musk 21/05/22(Sat)08:10 No. 17563 ID: eed8a3 [Reply]
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A Typical Elon Musk Day...but it could take place at another tech company.
THE TESLA >> GOOD MORNING E-MAIL THREAD:

Telsa Software Developer: Good morning team, Elon did not like that it took his model S 17 minutes to get to the car factory from his house last month. So I built him a rocket ship. It takes 10 minutes off his commute and only burns $100,000 of fuel each way. Operations, we need a voice activated rocket landing pad on the factory's roof quickly as this is an expensive project.

Telsa Operations Manager: Hello sir, this is the first I heard of this, I just spoke to my engineers, and if you land that massive rocket on the roof, they are 100% certain the entire building will collapse, killing us all. Have a great day.


Telsa Architecture Manager: Team, we architected that elevated personal super highway for Elon last month it cost 90 billion, but I will see what else we can do. We do need a few months to think about rocket landing pads before designing the most elegant thing possible otherwise it will be too easy to implement, and we can't have that.

Telsa DevOps: We have an AI electric helicopter for Elon, it will take 5 minutes off his commute and does not use any fuel as it runs on solar power. We told quality control to look at the windshield, and it is bug-free literally. Give us 2 years and we can take another minute off of his commute by tweaking the helicopter pipeline.

Telsa UX: Sorry, DevOps, behavioral science tells us Elon likes rockets because of the little red on one on his childhood lunch box.

Data Science/AI Manager: Team, our predictive models show, If the rocket lands on the roof, it will take ~5 seconds, not 6 seconds, for the building to collapse and burst into a giant ball of fire. We are 99.3347534% sure of that, accounting for wind speed and 10,000 other variables. My PHD's do worry about sample size in our AI algorithms (Ivy league Doctorates worry about everything) ... so they are asking a few rich princes they met on the dark web to donate their spare space rockets for experiments. All we have to do is send each prince $100 dollars for rocket shipping and we can improve our machine learning by a factor of 6.43.
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SamanthaFix 22/03/02(Wed)11:16 No. 18169 ID: f9af09

I think he has a big future


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Satan 22/05/02(Mon)22:35 No. 18265 ID: 108569

You stalking Elon Musk through his devices?
And Grimes is trying to kill him?


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Anonymous 22/12/02(Fri)22:43 No. 18393 ID: 1c6e63

Youtube  >>17563
Strangely prophetic. And check this out! Doesn't get any more authoritarian-cultish than this.




Artificial sweeteners Anonymous 16/02/21(Sun)10:07 No. 16288 ID: f705da [Reply]
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Supposing a given artificial sweetener -- say, saccharine or aspartame -- was a carcinogen, what kind of cancer would it produce and by what mechanism?
If this question is too hypothetical to answer, by what mechanism would ingesting a non-toxic chemical cause cancer?


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sage sage 20/05/07(Thu)04:04 No. 16916 ID: 628398

>>16822
> > Cancer is caused by some kind of mechanism damaging the DNA of cells on contact, producing a random mutation.
> That's like saying wounds are caused by insults.
No, it's more akin to saying wounds are caused by being clubbed.

> Cancer isn't just caused by mutagens for fucks sake, if that was the cause we would have cured cancer long ago.

Interesting conclusion, I was unaware we found a way to eliminate any possibility of mutations occurring.


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Anonymous 22/02/03(Thu)03:16 No. 18094 ID: a5935d

>>16823
Being caused by a virus isn't the same thing as being a virus.

The virus introduced mutations in the cells which - later - caused the cancer.

By inoculating against the virus you can prevent the mutations and therefore the cancer.


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Anonymous 22/02/10(Thu)20:11 No. 18105 ID: be6f8f

>>18094
I don't know if it's a virus, but some people's stupidity is definitely a disease, and we need some sterilization.




Anonymous 22/07/19(Tue)13:39 No. 18306 ID: 306736 [Reply]
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Wait, isn't simulation theory viable? Because in our own universe we could easily create a simulation by simulating natural brain inputs using wires and electronics... Fed directly into the brain...


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Shaman 22/08/22(Mon)03:50 No. 18323 ID: 7eed0e

EXACTLY


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Shaman 22/08/22(Mon)03:50 No. 18324 ID: 7eed0e

EXACTLY


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Anonymous 22/09/04(Sun)12:54 No. 18332 ID: c1f548

Do you know how many theories are viable? The question is if there is a reason to assume they are true. There is no reason to assume we live in a simulation.




OPEN IT UP — Anonymous 22/08/28(Sun)08:29 No. 18328 ID: a6ed4a [Reply]
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US government to make all research it funds open access on publication
Policy will go into effect in 2026, apply to everything that gets federal money.
https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/08/us-government-to-make-all-research-it-funds-open-access-on-publication/


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Anonymous 22/09/04(Sun)10:37 No. 18331 ID: e4696a
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>>18328
will US Govt release the blueprints for Grumman jets?


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Anonymous 22/09/04(Sun)17:23 No. 18333 ID: dd09ae
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Notice that all the vile shit that they're planning for the great reset won't be open access here. We'll get it way after the research on digital currency replacing the dollar and social credit to go along with the international justice system is in place.




Atmospheric absorption/scattering of sunlight Anonymous 18/07/27(Fri)04:35 No. 16685 ID: 953c1f [Reply]
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Hey, /sci/. I'm running a simulation of solar panel efficiency and I need some way to calculate energy production from the sun's position in the sky. For example, assuming a panel that is always pointer at the sun, when the sun is closer to the horizon the panel will generate less energy than when it's high in the sky.

I'm looking for something like f(x radians) = y W/m^2.

Thanks.


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Anonymous 22/03/02(Wed)12:51 No. 18172 ID: bf7eac

>>18170
Sorry to hear that. Try moving to a less shitty latitude?


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SecondHand 22/03/02(Wed)15:22 No. 18174 ID: 765a67

You could try to find a climatic compromise, for example. Suppose you get solar panels power supply in summer and traditional electricity in winter. How about that? As for house darkness you can get to newmarket window replacement https://thwindowsdoors.com/newmarket-window-replacement/ and change your small old windows to multiple new ones. This will attract some extra light, I assume.


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Anonymous 22/08/23(Tue)13:32 No. 18327 ID: 0d44b4

Get more solar absorbent material...




X-anon45 22/07/02(Sat)10:58 No. 18289 ID: 43ffb2 [Reply]
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research transhumanis


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Anonymous 22/07/07(Thu)04:56 No. 18292 ID: 838b0b

You mean dick choppers or idiots that want to cyber themselves IRL?


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Anonymous 22/08/16(Tue)14:18 No. 18317 ID: c25115

>>18292
Yes.




Anonymous 22/02/20(Sun)15:32 No. 18139 ID: 583e76 [Reply]
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How do i learn 3d printing so i can make a few hundred thousand dollar every year?
I am trying to learn every and all about its software, hardware, and firmware troubleshooting but i dont know the whole spectrum of it... Im trying to master everything of it


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Anonymous 22/07/10(Sun)01:30 No. 18295 ID: 2c5d28

>>18294
FYI: I was certified as a CNC engineer so I know what I'm talking about, even if my career has taken me away from engineering.


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Anonymous 22/07/14(Thu)04:53 No. 18298 ID: 838b0b

>>18295
Can you please tell your story, anon?


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Anonymous 22/07/18(Mon)23:24 No. 18305 ID: 604067

>>18298
>Can you please tell your story, anon?
There's not really much to tell. I worked with a design team on latches, catches and cases (aftermarket automotive). You know those fancy machines that cut out a part a thousand times a day, I was the one who took the schematics and wrote the program that told the machine to do its job.

The long and short of it is the industry has changed. Used to be we'd write the entire thing by hand, run it through a simulator and perform a dry-run before putting it to work. Now days you can auto-generate your code and it's normally fine, you still need people like us but not so many as you used to.

My job was pretty damn comfy, but ultimately it got boring and less challenging. You know that feeling when you go home and you feel like you haven't done a good days work, that was me almost every day. So I quit, got a temp-job in retail and worked my way up to management. The pays not as good (not that it's bad mind you) but the job satisfaction is there.




BCI leads to developments for MS John Campbell 22/07/15(Fri)17:37 No. 18299 ID: 4719f5 [Reply]
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​​The Folk/Daniels research team has been working on a breakthrough discovery for multiple sclerosis. The Seattle based research group has found a link between the debilitating disease and unhealthy red blood cell production. They have discovered that iron deficiency and elevated oxygen saturation may be major contributing factors in the cause of the disease.


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Anonymous 22/07/15(Fri)19:19 No. 18300 ID: 838b0b

Post link
>Iron deficiency
COLOR ME SURPRISED modern medicine still doesn't want to regularly check for iron problems and instead call the patient a hypochondriac and lather one with anti-depressants.
>No mention of candida
Oh bother, another tisk tisk from me to modern medicine for not seeing the possible like there either.


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Anonymous 22/07/18(Mon)14:37 No. 18303 ID: 439ea0

>>18300
Can't make money if you tell people to eat something other than garbage instead of stuffing a million pills and vaccines in their body.


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Anonymous 22/07/18(Mon)22:46 No. 18304 ID: 604067

>18303
A patient cured is a customer lost.




Anonymous 19/06/10(Mon)07:53 No. 16781 ID: 2448d4 [Reply]
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Junior fag here. I feel like a complete brainlet for not knowing what an error function is. Explain it to me in terms i can understand


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Anonymous 19/06/12(Wed)15:44 No. 16784 ID: 133c48

>>16781
is basically a function that gives you how much losses you got or to put it simply how wrong your model is given data to be trained with


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Anonymous 19/06/13(Thu)04:55 No. 16785 ID: 517ef5

Its just a way of knowing how much your data is away from the actual value, or in other terms, how good your data is in terms of reputability


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Anonymous 22/07/17(Sun)10:09 No. 18302 ID: c2ced7

every living thing has an error inside of it that lets it function anywhere and become anything, it is the seed of the devil, and of god, that comes out over time to ensure the superiority of the species.




BCI helps find answers for MS BoRobison 22/07/16(Sat)19:42 No. 18301 ID: e6e6e5 [Reply]
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The Folk/Daniels research team has been working on a breakthrough discovery for multiple sclerosis. The Seattle based research group has found a link between the debilitating disease and unhealthy red blood cell production. They have discovered that iron deficiency and elevated oxygen saturation may be major contributing factors in the cause of the disease.





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