What on earth does ego have to do with it
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*Until you find God Modern Christians have gotten so desperate to threaten people back to the faith they fail to mention that Limbo was merely a wandering until the person finds God.
We all went to gag university sir, please refrain from your insults
I graduated first class honours
No need to brag ma’am
Simply stating facts
@Ally247 hah, from high school! That's like bragging that you won 200 dollars from a slot machine after putting in 300. Sure, the valedictorian is top of the class, at studying and following rules. I didn't show up my last two years, still got my degree and a scholarship. Like dead center with the rankings and all that, why care about grades if you win enough awards doing things you like?You're going to be miserable in college if you don't think about yourself more than the grades and playing by the rules.The game has changed, but the players are still the same!
We were just joking dude lmao chill out
"LIFE goes on" Love does too, but that's not what I meant to say.
Indeed. Then we get to decide if we want to play the game again.
Ok... being one of those sitting scientists, what experiment would you want, oh, I know, the plot to the movie flatliners maybe? We all just kill ourselves, or test subjects and have some medical students to bring us/them back from the edge over and over again? You would need technology we don't have to go beyond that, like being able to bring someone back from brain death. Switch off, switch on, still, it wouldn't be dead, so it would make for a better method of water boarding without the water really.Science advances as it does with einstein, rutherford, so many people with so many ideas in one generation with not much for a generation before because you investigate new ideas for a generation, they get ingrained, you wait for that generation to die, and then investigate new ideas on top of their graves.
I just feel like scientists have lost there drive to want to try and understand things that’s beyond what we all ready know, like I feel that they are to afraid for there name. Like where are Luis and Clark’s of the science world? I’m not trying to call out scientists I’m just making an observation.
Well, part of that is how you get the money to pursue that "next step" and how much money it begins to cost as your ambition grows. So, one of the tools I worked with in drug design was NMR, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The other big one if you want the most basic bitch setup ever would be a super computer.The cheapest you would get a broken NMR is about 10 grand plus shipping, those have "quenched" which would mean replacing a rare earth magnet, super conductor, all the helium, and of course the liquid nitrogen, though that's the cheapest part of upkeep. Ideally you want one that can see not just hydrogen, but carbon and phosphorous too, though flouride is getting a little demanding, bump that price up to about 100k if you want it to actually work. Now you need a large liquid nitrogen storage container, or on-site liquid nitrogen compressor, storage will hit you for 30-50k with recurring costs, the compressor about 350, but once it's in you don't have to buy it anymore, liquid helium which gets more expensive by the month. This is just to confirm what you see when you say this protein and/or this drug should do this on the screen.
Next is your server farm for AMBER to run simulations for drug-like particle candidates for months at a time, the winners to be screened thousands of times for the chosen few to be toyed with until they are drug candidates, then tossed at more than your drug target (pain receptor, virus protein, what have you) but they're tossed at other proteins that humans need to survive to scope out possible side effects, since drugs need a certain permeation in your body to work, and it would be super unhelpful if that does to say cure aids destroyed all your nerves or something. If you want to get any forward progress with the horseshoes and hand grenades of drug-like particles, much less the rest of it, minimum you need a 125 node server fully tasked to your work. at times I was slaving multiple servers with one server only acting as the director for distributing and gathering work done by the others.Your perception of things like "math, real, probability, sampling" all need to change as well. If you're going to run say 5000 simulations of the same, oh, 500 femtosecond collision with your protein fixed and becoming unbound in water with some salt at the same excitation (temperature) but the salt and drug appear in different places because that's how the software works when it's run in an array like1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9then the other arrays come out to form a cube and it repeats infinitely even if pieces get chopped off, they just reappear through another cube.So why bother mapping the entire cube which is more intense on the hardware, and instead run the simulation 150,000 times and only sample and map pieces of each cube every time which actually leads to more precise and accurate sampling?At least it lines up with experimentation better.I'm rambling too much, you get the idea, science is expensive, and someone has to pay for it. Complain all you want, but how much money do you think each taxpayer is willing to give NASA, again, to see them not send a rocket up...
Oh, and about the danger, NMR's run on superconductors and extremely powerful magnets, if you don't pull all metal objects off you (safer to just pull all objects except cloth off) Either the machine pulls you to it, violently, or you pull the machine to you. Either way, if the magnet touches the inside of the liquid helium containment it arcs a superconductor to a non-super conductor and "quenches"All the liquid turns to gas in a moment from the violent heat generated by the arc of electricity and heat from mr. regular conductor. This can suffocate you as helium and nitrogen don't do much for your lungs. Also earrings getting ripped out, just plain can't work with it if you have screws or anything in you. I had to put off shoulder surgery for 6 months until my study was complete. Now I can't go near the things or risk being stuck to it
You need to differentiate between clinical death and biological death.
Because there is a big difference. People who have been clinically dead have been successfully resuscitated and related what it's like to be dead.
energy can be created E=mc2 but it can't be destroyed
@Alexandrubaschet08 First law of thermodynamics - The Conservation of energy, which says that energy can be neither created nor destroyed, but can only change form. A particular consequence of this is that the total energy of an isolated system does not change.
@Unit1 True but the back holes create energy from matery, by overcome the speed of light and compresing evrething in to a single point. Is an open sistem this one because all the energy is throw out in space.
Energy can be destroyed and created, it's consumed as enthalpy for endothermic chemical reactions, created by exothermic, fissile, and fusion reactions only entropy continues to grow without end. Thermodynamics can be scary. If the soul had "energy" it would have been used in the latest IPhone or integrated into a vehicle or weapon system by now.
haven or hell :)
err maybe 3rd is get frozen...
I quess you will become one with Earth again without you even being aware of it.
Ha, not if you die in space, then you'd be the malfunction when humans learn to use something like a ram scoop if we live that long as a species.
Even the hearing goes softer and fades out if you stay dead for a minute or two :/ Thoughts as well, on the plus side fear is a thought, so that old sucker only comes back if you do!
Well, subjectively a minute or two, objectively, I have no idea. My friend was in the hospital because he brought be there, but he was worried about me being all dying and what not, then taking pictures of weak feeble me coming out of it when I couldn't stop him, not watching a timer or anything.
This can go two ways heaven or hell.
No thank you