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Discussion in 'Science and Religion' started by james blunt, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. Hubert Farnsworth

    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    True, effort and ability make a scientist. But in this day and age, it would be rare to find a scientist that makes any significant discoveries without being at least college-educated in his/her field. Not saying it couldn't happen, but it's unlikely.
     
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    I guess that makes me rare ...........
     
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    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    What are your discoveries?
     
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    I've discovered the gravity mechanism , the speed of light is not dependent to light , a new atomic model , a new model of the Universe and several other things based on my discoveries .
     
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    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    How did you go about making all these "discoveries?"
     
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    youknowme Whatever you want me to be.

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    How's your algebra? Can you factor quadratics?

    Even Darwin studied basic mathematics, despite the fact he hated it. He also studied barnacles for an 8 year stretch, something he also despised. You have to do the hard work to be a scientist, even the stuff you don't like.
     
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    I originally spent lots of forum time questioning science about science and some of the answers I received did not make logical sense , it wasn't I didn't understand the answer , it was a fact I could see falsities that were just not true and I could show them to be false notions and incorrect theory .
    I thought deep about these errors and corrected those errors by using logic and rational thought to aim for axiom answers , searching for missing pieces .
    I've had lots of eureka moments put it that way !
     
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    Hows my Algebra ? pretty awful

    Hows my conceptual thinking on any physical process ?

    Awesome !

    Algebra and maths didn't create the universe , physical process did !

    (A+B) + A + B = 2a + 2b

    Algebra?
     
  9. Hubert Farnsworth

    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    So, "forum time" is how you made these discoveries?:laughing:
     
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    If you don't even know what a quadratic equation is, there is no way that you're a scientist. Also, if you're bad at algebra, chances are you are not good at the thinking that is necessary to be a scientist. No disrespect meant toward people who aren't good at math, but in general, if someone is not good at math, it's a good indication they are not good at logic, or the basic methods of science either.
     
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    Also I did a few basic experiments that helped me ''see'' a few things !

    To be honest ! does it really matter how I got there as long as I did ?

    My aim is to try and help the world after all and hopefully some of design ideas I have spread about here and there , will help the world .

    I do have a perpetual motion and energy machine design but I have not yet worked out how to get extra ''juice'' out of it !
     
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    That's talking rubbish , science is not just about maths , we do have practical science such as fundamental experimentation and other things. Science is a way of thinking in general , I am a scientist , I have enough knowledge to design and test , even engineer to a degree .
     
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    youknowme Whatever you want me to be.

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    If you are serious about learning science, you should learn some basic mathematics. At the very least up to and including calculus.
     
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    Why on Earth would I ever have a use for calculus ?

    Do I need calculus to design tech ?

    Do I need calculus to have a Universal Model of my own ?

    Do I need calculus to show errors in present theory ?

    I know the basic maths I need to know for my science .

    Do you have an atomic model of your own ?

    It works both ways , I know things you don't !

    You do the math , I'll do the designs and theory ?
     
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    1.60217662e-19 / ∞ = ?

    Can you work that out ?

    1.6021766208(98)×10−19 / ∞ = ?

    The above also

    1.60217662e-19 + 1.6021766208(98)×10−19 = ?

    Finally the above
     
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    youknowme Whatever you want me to be.

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    Yes. Stop being so lazy
     
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    I don't consider over a decade learning , being lazy !

    I have looked at calculus before in brief .

    Remind me on , what is calculus used for ?
     
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    youknowme Whatever you want me to be.

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    You get zero when you divide by infinity. Think about what happens when you divide a number by a bigger number. You get a smaller number, so as you increase the divisor towards infinity your quotient will move towards zero.

    For your other one:

    LMGTFY
     
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    youknowme Whatever you want me to be.

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    For summing the area under the curve.
     
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    0 is the correct answer

    A / k = 0

    B / k = 0

    so you don't know the answer to the final one ? That should also be 0 .
     
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