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What does it mean when your work gets published on Nature? is it a big deal? I work in biotech and one of our scientists just had his paper published on there and now management is trying to raise money based on the publicity.

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 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 13:30:38 2020 No.12418946 Quoted By: >>12415475 This, and unironically, since irony is a lie, and lying is a mortal Sin.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 13:49:19 2020 No.12418978 Quoted By: >>12415475 OK but what about Biochem?
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 14:42:01 2020 No.12419127 Quoted By: >>12417282 I think probability theory is mathematics but statistics isn't. Statistics is a closely related stem field. I think of the relationship between physics and mathematics and analogous to the relationship between statistics and mathematics.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 18:17:07 2020 No.12419789 Quoted By: means you've got some good dick sucking lips son
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 18:57:14 2020 No.12419913 Quoted By: >>12415475 >and maths imagine getting a phd in writing numbers lmao. why do mathers keep trying to piggyback off of physics? because they are goofy weirdos who can't do anything in the real world. biology, geology, or any empirical is certainly more difficult than a "science" that doesn't even require you to interface with your surroundings. even computer science is harder than math because as theoretical as computer science is, you generally have to know how to program a device of some kind. virtually all of the famous scientists were physicists, chemists, or biologists. (They may also have done some math, like newton, but if they are remembered for their physics). The only street-famous mathematicians are like, who? Euclid? Go back to your containment department, mathy.

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Quoted By: >>12419160 >>12420933

>study one day before for calculus final exam
>pray to God and tell him I'll believe if he helps me pass
>pass with a 7/10
what do I do now? I promised.

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 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 11:26:47 2020 No.12418733 Quoted By: >>12418755 >>12417900 Doesn't matter, final grade will be circa 9 probably since final exam is only like 50% of grade.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 11:46:01 2020 No.12418755 Quoted By: >>12418733 8* >>12418705 Think that will do
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 14:04:34 2020 No.12419013 Quoted By: >>12418701 based /xsci/
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 14:51:37 2020 No.12419160 Quoted By: >>12414959 >what do pray before every exam obviously.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 01:26:55 2020 No.12420933 Quoted By: >>12414959 become orthodox christian

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If earth was 1m closer to the sun we would burn to death.
if it was 1m further we would freeze to death.
How is it possible to explain with science? there has to be a God who did this.

 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:24:25 2020 No.12414947 Quoted By: >>12414936 you are here to observe only such places where the conditions are suitable
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:27:48 2020 No.12414954 Quoted By: >>12414936 that's wrong retard the earth regularly moves closer to and further from the sun as the year passes by and your brainlet ass nigger self is still here
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:40:44 2020 No.12414980 Quoted By: >>12415796 >>12414936 That means when I live in a skyscraper and stand in top of the roof, I'll burn to death?
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 18:29:21 2020 No.12415796 File: 6KiB, 267x189, gigachad.jpg [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: >>12414980 yes.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 18:35:06 2020 No.12415833 Quoted By: We breathe air we can not see. Drink water we do not taste. Live in a zone which allows for a close average between solid and liquid water, the latter of which becomes a gas so it may cirle the globe and deposit it's liquidy manna to all the life that requires it. Coincidence?

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Quoted By: >>12415011

Can I read (and understand) this now since I passed my calculus course?

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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:51:19 2020 No.12415011 Quoted By: >>12414932 Yes, go read it
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:53:00 2020 No.12415016 Quoted By: Yes. It is easier than Tao, and actually provides proof strategies. I started with Tao and haven't even taken Calculus.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 15:13:56 2020 No.12415080 Quoted By: >>12416163 70% of your first analysis class is intuitive . If you can't tell within a few seconds of hearing an intro analysis statement whether it's true or not or whether a sequence converges or not then you'll never have mathematical maturity.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 15:36:45 2020 No.12415154 Quoted By: >>12416163 I think this is one of the meme books for analysis that gets shilled around quite often. In order of difficulty it'd be Baby Rudin > Tao > Abbot. That being said if you finish abbot and find yourself wanting more definitely pick up Rudin.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 19:52:30 2020 No.12416163 Quoted By: Definitely the best choice for self-study. You'll be fine. Don't do Rudin/Johnsonbaugh/etc. on your own – it's really inefficient. >>12415154 This is good advice. >>12415080 meme

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Quoted By: >>12414912 >>12415142

What's scientifically, the most accurate model of economic growth humanity has? According to such model, what does a country need to have a high GDP growth?

(please not the Solow growth model)

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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 15:31:50 2020 No.12415142 Quoted By: >>12414855 The math behind Solow isn't invalidated just because you don't like it for some reason. I suspect that you will not be able to find an answer that you like without stepping outside of the scopecof economics.

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Quoted By: >>12423169

who /dropout/ in here?

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 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 13:44:06 2020 No.12422652 Quoted By: >>12414913 why do you wanna study medicine?
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 14:46:25 2020 No.12422838 Quoted By: I'm a dropout. I studied economics. It sucked. So I started an apprenticeship as a carpenter. Just have to create my journeyman's piece and then I'm a journeyman. One of the best decisions in my life, ever. The job is great. A large part of the job is decision making and problem solving. I love it. The times of garbage pay and cunt gaffers and foremen is over as well. The boomers with their small and medium sized trade businesses who treat their apprentices like shit are finished soon. They find no successors and those businesses die out, in large numbers. At the same time, zoomers and millenials don't like to do a trade job. This means that, in a few years, there are only a few trade businesses left and those who are left will be able to make some juicy price increases. When I'm done with my apprenticeship, I hope I can start an engineering degree for wood engineering or something like that.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 15:39:44 2020 No.12422995 Quoted By: I'm forced to drop out of engineering because of constant seizures. Apparently it runs in the family. Still studying at my own pace though.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 16:37:22 2020 No.12423169 File: 193KiB, 1034x1264, x3639jys24e41.jpg [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: >>12423389 >>12414817 >dropped out from compsci in 2011 >dropped out from math in 2016 >NEETed for 3 years >currently dragging math on an online university >didn't take any courses this semester >I am 30 years old virgin as well btw My head is so fried I can't study anything anymore. I am trying to develop mobile apps while also tutoring students (mostly middle and high school), maybe I'll get into IT without a degree.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 17:52:22 2020 No.12423389 Quoted By: >>12423169 >maybe I'll get into IT without a degree. not likely

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What is the evolutionary purpose of having white strand hair alone?

 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 13:28:53 2020 No.12414818 Quoted By: it's a mutation
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 16:29:51 2020 No.12415322 Quoted By: There is no purpose it means you have cancer

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Quoted By: >>12419204 >>12419255

There is a secret message in this image

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 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 09:57:38 2020 No.12418577 File: 15KiB, 320x320, lettersoncoords.png [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: >>12417770 You'll notice in the notepad screenshot I had coords for every letter/colour, you could use those to order them or draw them
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 15:02:11 2020 No.12419204 File: 21KiB, 618x540, cat.png [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: >>12421066 >>12421075 >>12414783 It's a pixilated picture of a cat.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 15:21:05 2020 No.12419255 Quoted By: >>12414783 thanks doc?
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 02:08:17 2020 No.12421066 Quoted By: >>12419204 Oh wow. This cat
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 02:10:17 2020 No.12421075 Quoted By: >>12419204 kek I can't unsee it.

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What does /sci/ think of it? How does it compare to Cambridge and American unis for mathematics and/or computer science?

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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 13:07:08 2020 No.12414770 Quoted By: >>12414742 At least Cambridge doesn't completely pre-dissect its cadavers for students.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:03:06 2020 No.12414887 Quoted By: >>12415031 >>12417428 >>12417446 >>12414742 Oxford is the only remaining top university that isn't 'woke'. Selecting students solely on merit. Cambridge only takes students based on their skin color and 'diversity points' particularly in STEM. In 10 years time Cambridge STEM degrees will be worth as much as gender studies degree.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:57:15 2020 No.12415031 Quoted By: >>12414887 Cope
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 00:51:49 2020 No.12417428 Quoted By: >>12414887 >t. Oxtard They all select based on diversityshit - at least Cambridge can stand behind some semblance of academic rigor in its selection criteria rather than making up some bullshit discretionary assessment to slip more diversity hires in.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 01:00:07 2020 No.12417446 Quoted By: >>12414887 the only elite university in the world that is remotely close to what you're describing is Caltech. Oxford is not "not woke"

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what was his problem?

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 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 07:35:37 2020 No.12421851 Quoted By: >>12421870 >>12419658 how does wildberger define pi or e or any transcendental number? yeah that's right looks like you need infinite series afterall finitist cucks.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 07:36:25 2020 No.12421854 File: 155KiB, 1032x710, Screenshot_20201204-183615-01.jpg [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: Midwits forever destroyed
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 07:44:42 2020 No.12421870 Quoted By: >>12421851 he defines it as an infinite task that you cannot complete and yet you just write a fucking letter and pretend it is complete, but you didn't you are either a liar or delluded
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 07:55:04 2020 No.12421884 Quoted By: >>12421841 >for any reasonable number line, we must have the intermediate value theorem The rationals are a dense linear order, it's not a priori unreasonable to consider $\mathbb{Q}$ a "line". And depending on your formulation of IVT (or more precisely, your definition of "continuous function") you may still need to resort to those "dodgy" uncomputables to get it to hold.
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 08:01:47 2020 No.12421898 Quoted By: New Wilderberg video, I'm excited to watch.

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Quoted By: >>12421304

I extracted some key points from a paper on the feasibility of mind uploading by one of the leading neuro-engineers whose research objective is the implementation of whole brain emulation (WBE). I have an amateur interest in the subject and I am thinking of popularizing some of the work, arguments, and counter-arguments in this field and its goals.
Any anons interested in this?

>Introduction
The objective is to make individual human minds independent of a single (biological) substrate (Koene 2011).

> Iterative improvements in four main areas to achieve WBE
structural scanning (connectomics) - high-res microscopy carried out by taking electron microscope images of successive ultrathin layers of brain tissue.
functional recording
a.biological tools that employ DNA amplification to write events onto a molecular “ticker-tape” (Kording 2011).
b.establishing the equivalent of an electronic synaptic network based on micron-scale wireless neural interfaces. (Seo et al. 2013)
c. a probe the size of a red blood cell can include operational circuitry, infrared power delivery and communications, and an antenna for passive communications

>Is a computer too deterministic to house a mind?
If we say that neurons and other parts of the physiology are not deterministic and therefore not like computer programs then that is true for anything built in the real world, such as transistors, which also do not operate in a totally deterministic and predictable manner. (subject to the whims of variability in material and effects from surrounding environmental noise)

>Conclusions
Emulation is a concrete approach to the transition from a biological brain to implementation in another substrate and it is reasonable to assume that the result will be a functioning mind with general intelligence.

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 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 03:40:52 2020 No.12421304 Quoted By: >>12422397 >>12414659 >>Any anons interested in this? >>12417326 Thanks for the Info. The as there been any good new papers that look into how the technology has evolved in to the direction of it progressing towards possibility? >>12417488 >AND CREATE A FULL SENSE SPECTRUM DREAM RECORDING SYSTEM. That sounds awesome anon. But how would that interact with you. Does the possibility of posterior (or external) control change the way you dream? Would dreams turn more lucid because you had more of a motivation towards it? I felt that one big problem of lucid dreaming is the inability to continue where you left the last time, but I see rewatching your dreams as a factor, that could likely help to stimulate something like a campaign mode dream season. What would happen if you exchange your dream clips and end up in a DnD like scenario, where you know about other players dream and build them into your own dream world? I see a lot of possibilities and a lot of potential fallout in you dream. Still, it's awesome. Real Question. If I wanted take part in or to help the research with the scanning development what would be the best thing to get into that field. I fell for the cs+bio meme degree. Guess I'm trying to select a master or graduate school atm, but not really sure what to use to select/find them. I just want to kms desu, but I've promised to help that research develop in whatever insignificant role before that. After all the worlds that could create were always the only dream I had. Maybe that feeling is along the lines of >>12417488
 >> Anonymous Sat 05 Dec 11:34:33 2020 No.12422397 Quoted By: >>12421304 >Real Question carboncopies.org is a non-profit that is doing state-of-the-art research in this domain. I think any paper by any of their associated researchers is a good place to start. If they interest you further you could try contacting them.
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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 11:59:35 2020 No.12414671 Quoted By: >>12414673 >>12414655 >>12414665 This article is pure disinformation. It's riddled with factual errors and flat out lies. I'd go through it point by point, but you're not interested in a fruitful discussion, so I won't be bumping this trash thread.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 12:04:05 2020 No.12414673 File: 2MiB, 1200x800, 1530690972805.webm [View Same] [Google] [iqdb] [SauceNAO] Quoted By: >>12414679 >>12414671 Establish your point first before you judge our willingness to engage with you. Also fuck captcha. I now have to do five of them and they expire in 30 seconds.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 12:09:50 2020 No.12414679 Quoted By: >>12414691 >>12414673 >ALL SCIENTISTS MUST FUCKING HANG >why on earth won't you engage me in civilized discourse 0/10
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 12:18:41 2020 No.12414691 Quoted By: >>12414679 >ALL SCIENTISTS MUST FUCKING HANG Not a point. It's just average 4chan babble made by people who are angry or cynical for whatever reason.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 12:24:59 2020 No.12414701 Quoted By: I'll be monitoring this thread because i need to wake up and nothing makes my blood boil more than propaganda misconstrued as scientific interest

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>Remember guys, Head to tail, always. Head to tail.

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How deep is your love?

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 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 19:41:10 2020 No.12420009 Quoted By: >>12414628 So if I memorize all of these concepts then I am king of math?
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 20:06:15 2020 No.12420057 Quoted By: >>12414628 >never academically studied past high school algebra >have some minimal but notable knowledge or basically every topic on there >literally just browse sci for like 5 hours a day Huh
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 20:11:05 2020 No.12420070 Quoted By: >>12414628 terrible image feel bad about yourself
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 22:37:24 2020 No.12420428 Quoted By: >>12417738 That's not the point.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 23:10:19 2020 No.12420530 Quoted By: >>12417862 are you an ee

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What are some blogs, news sites etc that focus on the recent advances in aging research?
I wanna know how close we are getting to the great elixir.

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The thing everyone hates about me is that they don't know when I begin anything or when anything would ever end with me.

How do I solve this?

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You are in an island. There are coconuts way up on a tree, too far from reach. How do you take them?

Primitive question. Gimmie your BEST answer. You should be able to solve it.

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 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 17:22:59 2020 No.12419650 Quoted By: >>12414568 >look for something to throw at them >if that fails try climbing >if that fails pile sand No matter what I'm going to be shitting water within a couple of hours.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 17:33:04 2020 No.12419676 Quoted By: >>12414568 Climb it. what are you fucking lazy? >>12419630 this is a really good answer though.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 22:52:19 2020 No.12420472 Quoted By: >>12419630 Great job cutting down your water and food source genius. Hope you have a plan to get off the island, cause you just made staying there so much harder.
 >> Anonymous Fri 04 Dec 22:56:39 2020 No.12420492 Quoted By: Inflate myself just like a balloon then stretch my arms out.
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Quoted By: >>12414638 >>12414666

Brainlet here, please help. Are the Csikszentmihaly' studies on the ''Flow state'' legit or not? I can't recall experiencing anything like that in my life, i suffered from treatment-resistant MDD for almost all my life and I'm pretty familiar with mindfullness and other kinds of meditation too, sponsored by frustrated therapists (even neurologists push that shit when meds and elctro funko pops don't seem to work) but no flow shit. Ever.

Can i achieve it? Or is it some made-up bullshit to mythologize athletes and silicon valley millionaires? Or maybe just genetic-dependent (procedural memory)?

 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 11:35:25 2020 No.12414638 Quoted By: >>12414554 Absolutely real, learn an instrument or do something that takes concentration and coordination, you'll get to a point where you stop "thinking" and you and your body "just know what to do next". Feels amazing and time flies
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 11:55:18 2020 No.12414666 Quoted By: >>12414554 No idea who Csikszentmihaly is, but the flow state is just long periods of solid focus. Generally, if you're learning or practicing something you find interesting but not overwhelming, you'll periodically end up forgetting time. Personally, I've mostly experienced it with math, programming, writing and playing music. Arguably, playing sports or games could get you in the same state if you're serious about it.

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Quoted By: >>12414597

How do I determine whether I understand quantum mechanics?

I did all the exercises in the textbook but I still don't feel like I understand any of it.

 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 11:16:20 2020 No.12414597 Quoted By: >>12414551 By the time you're done understanding it, it has changed enough to be considered a totally new subject.

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Quoted By: >>12416452 >>12416757

I'm a brainlet so please explain

Which scenario would be more expensive?
>1. Basically shut down the economy in the emergence of an airborne virus, close down borders, close down businesses, rob people of their freedoms, hurry up to develop vaccines and cures
>2. Develop plastic helmets in the emergence of an airborne virus and make everyone wear them, first for risk-groups, then, with time, for everyone, until virus goes away, like pic related

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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 20:00:10 2020 No.12416193 Quoted By: >>12416217 >>12416134 Funny thing about coverups- you can be talking to someone and they'll say you could never cover that up, someone would be talking...Ya- WE'RE TALKING ABOUT IT RIGHT NOW and I just told you how guys x, y, & z, said a, b, and c about it but nobody believes them because of the COVERUP I don't buy the alien stuff but I always chuckle when people say you couldn't cover it up cause people would spill the beans. It's like do you have any idea how many people are running around claiming to have witness alien whatever while working at Area 51/Antarctica/Etc- there are thousands of these guys running around.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 20:04:44 2020 No.12416217 Quoted By: >>12416271 >>12416193 No the alien stuff is just stupid that's why no one believes it. Everyday life in china where billions of people live and even come here to shitpost is a completely different thing
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 20:16:46 2020 No.12416271 Quoted By: >>12416217 >alien stuff is just stupid that's why no one believes it Sweet summer child. At this very moment /x is hot on the heels of the monolith mystery, as well as that piece of orbital debris flying past us, and the flower shaped cloud lightening spacecraft that keeps showing up on publically available weather radar feeds
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 20:49:07 2020 No.12416452 Quoted By: >>12414536 We Quarians now.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 21:51:22 2020 No.12416757 Quoted By: >>12414536 The least expensive option was and still is to do absolutely nothing about it >>12416117 Millions of people are now in poverty because of "just some airlines bro" >>12414561 China's numbers are not to be trusted obviously

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Generation vs Accusation

The thing everyone hates about me is that they don't know when I begin anything or when anything would ever end with me.

How do I solve this?

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How dangerous is it really to not remove an infected tooth that has no pain and no abscess? I took my son to the dentist to have 2 teeth removed yesterday and it was an actual nightmare. He was screaming and crying and I almost stopped the doctor. Now they say he needs more baby teeth extracted but they are not hurting him and they have no abscesses. If I choose to just wait until the teeth fall out naturally in a few years is it very dangerous and risking sepsis? The main problem is I cannot afford the dentist who puts my child to sleep. I can only afford the cheapest dentist with no laughing gas. But I cannot put him through that again. It was torture. It fucked me up. I seriously feel ptsd symptoms from watching them torture my son.

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 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 10:40:32 2020 No.12414541 Quoted By: Probably not very dangerous except in the long term. They will absess eventually.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 10:49:21 2020 No.12414556 Quoted By: >>12414540 How high? He weighs 43lbs. Is 250mg a day good?
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 14:16:35 2020 No.12414927 Quoted By: >>12414523 >If I choose to just wait until the teeth fall out naturally in a few years is it very dangerous and risking sepsis? Yes, it is dangerous and you are taking a risk. You might be fine and the infection doesn't progress to becoming an abscess or developing sepsis, and then the teeth fall out naturally. Or at any point in the next few years the infection might reach the point of becoming an abscess. Once that happens, the tooth falling out won't make the problem go away and you're looking at a potentially even more expensive course of medical treatment to fix it. And worst case scenario, it becomes septic. You'll initially think he's got a bad cold or the flu, but by time you realise it's something worse it'll be too late as he goes into septic shock. The fact that you're poor means you probably wouldn't want to risk the expense of seeing a doctor for any sort of illness until it becomes severe, which is something you can't risk with sepsis. You want some depressing reading, go look up the survival rates for sepsis. So yeah. You can take that risk with your son's life if you want. Put him through a bit of suffering now for peace of mind in the long term, or just take a chance knowing you could potentially kill him. Your call, I just hope you can live with it.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 16:43:53 2020 No.12415381 Quoted By: >>12414523 One or two kids died a year from abscesses, plus it’s your fucking kid. Shots are a part of life dude and your kid has to learn to take them like a man. And he has to learn to brush his teeth.
 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 16:59:51 2020 No.12415451 Quoted By: >>12414523 Go on the dark web and get some ketamine and Xanax and put him out yourself (figure out dosing first by testing them on yourself and extrapolating accordingly for weight)

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What is a fulfilling and prospective field/carrer?

I thought being compsci major and being a programmer making nice money is the end goal, but lately now that I'm living the dream and made enough money from markets, I'm really feeling a huge void. The things I'm working on aren't going to change anyone's life, most jobs are equally meaningless anyway and I want to start studying again and go somewhere where I can make a difference now that I have the money to live freely for next 30 years.

Any ideas? I feel like medicine is something that would make me happy, helping people, but it also has to do with programming/math that will capture my mind and make me work hard for next 15 years at least with a good goal and purpose in life.

Also it doesn't have to do with medicine, just give me some tips.

 >> Anonymous Thu 03 Dec 11:02:32 2020 No.12414572 Quoted By: Work for others, not just for yourself. Doesn't necessarily have to be in your career, just do something. Maybe wife someone up, maybe do some charity work, maybe pursue medicine if you're completely determined to do that.

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