Want someone to teach me fluid mechanics
Fluiiid mechanics -_- i hate y school fuck y studies
Transhumanism - The Future of Human Augmentation
Lately, I've become interested in the topic of augmentation.
For anyone who doesn't know what augmentation is, it's basically when you install mechanical or electronic technology into a living organism to enhance their genetic abilities tenfold. For instance, a computer chip integrated with the brain may help you remember things better, think faster, or gain knowledge without having to learn it.
Of course, augmentation isn't limited to the brain. One example of mechanical augmentation is the Overwatch Transhuman Arm soldiers from Half-Life 2. For those unfamiliar with the lore of Half-Life 2, they're basically soldiers that have been completely brainwashed, their brain, joints, organs, etc have been artificially enhanced to the point where they're able to take on almost any threat.
I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this subject. Feel free to reply.
Hitler killed 6 million Jews & he was a Christian. Does that mean all Christians are Killers & Terrorists?
@sheapard this is the last time i answer you because you aren't even listening but here we go :
We do see changes within species, but we do not see any changes into other species.
WRONG. And this is evidence that you watched 0 of the videos i sent you.
Here is one of the many observed species turning into another:
And, as mentioned, we see no evidence of gradual change in the fossil record either.
WRONG. All fossil records similar or not can fit in a branch shape to show the evolution of species into other species over millions of years
Natural selection is based on circular reasoning: the fittest are those who survive, and those who survive are deemed fittest.
"Survival of the fittest" is a conversational way to describe natural selection, but a more technical description speaks of differential rates of survival and reproduction.
That is, rather than labeling species as more or less fit, one can describe how many offspring they are likely to leave under given circumstances.The key is that adaptive fitness can be defined without reference to survival: large beaks are better adapted for crushing seeds, irrespective of whether that trait has survival value under the circumstances.
Here's the explanation in one of the videos you didn't watch
Go to 5:45
i spoke about chance : Mathematically, it is inconceivable that anything as complex as a protein, let alone a living cell or a human, could spring up by chance.
No its not. Even if it was 1 in a 100 billion/planet (it's a lot lower than that) it would happen at least 1 time since there are 100 billion planets in our galaxy and it would probably happen a lot more times if you take in consideration that there are about 2 trillion other galaxies onlt in the observable universe
And by the way scientists already know 1st how to create simple proteins in a lab 2nd how the conditions on planet earth should've been so that they could create protein
Chance plays a part in evolution (for example, in the random mutations that can give rise to new traits), but evolution does not depend on chance to create organisms, proteins or other entities. Quite the opposite: natural selection, the principal known mechanism of evolution, harnesses nonrandom change by preserving "desirable" (adaptive) features and eliminating "undesirable" (non-adaptive) ones. As long as the forces of selection stay constant, natural selection can push evolution in one direction and produce sophisticated structures in surprisingly short times.
natural selection, the principal known mechanism of evolution, harnesses nonrandom change by preserving "desirable" (adaptive) features and eliminating "undesirable" (non-adaptive) ones.
As long as the forces of selection stay constant, natural selection can push evolution in one direction and produce sophisticated structures in surprisingly short times.
OMG, why the f**k didn't you watch any of the videos i sent you.
1st evolution is the non-random selection of random variation
2nd error is that forces of selection change a lot and almost never stay constant for more than a couple million years and also most animals usually travel from place to place
3rd you are wrong by saying short periods of time unless by short periods of time you mean millions of years in which case you're right
Here's an explanation of how natural selection works:
Dude. This is the last time i respond to you because 1st you aren't watching any videos i send you 2nd you don't care if what you believe is true or not, you want to believe what you want to believe because that's what you want to believe 3rd you're a lost cause
So as a final message here are a couple of fun videos for you:
Please go watch bleach while enjoying a cold glass of bleach
How tough is Dota 2?
@revolnrop It's like League of Legends except with twice as many mechanics.
why do people call you mean if you right away dismiss someones love proposal?
Denial is the first step of a coping mechanism which later manifests to hatred and end with a understanding that they don't love you as you do.
What would your ideal house be?
Mine would be an old house on a snowy mountain where every door has a secret release mechanism to confound would-be burglars.
Without religion would people become more, less, or be equally morally corrupt?
Equally. Religion is just a coping mechanism. If people want to do evil things, they will do them with or without religion. Religion doesn't cause violence or hatred, it's just an excuse for violence and hatred that already exists on a deeper level. If your religion tells you not to kill, but you are a killer at heart, you will kill and you will justify your actions regardless.
Your life Chapters !
i can define a few chapters,
1- i decided to join the airforce academy in 8th grade, but there was some problem in my blood and couldn't follow that path
2- decided to become and engineer when i was 16, and got admission in Mechanical engg in a good university
3- got a big heartbreak in the 4th semester, and lost all interest in study and my career
4- after the completion of my bachelors, i decided to follow the path of research
5- got admission in energy engg in south korea and thats where i am right now
Choose a game you love (or tolerate) in each category!
Mount & Blade: Warband is A Medieval RPG sandbox with some strategical elements and party management. It features large scale battles with troops you command, but you also fight with them. This resulting in possibly basic slaying of a couple petty bandits here and there or tracking their hideouts for lords, vassals and kings around the map (Calradia). To all out sieges on cities after betraying your king to start your own faction/kingdom. There are many possibilities!
At first, the graphics look very crap for A 2011 game but hear me out. You will invest hundreds, if not thousand of hours playing this! (But you don't need A God tier computer to run it, so that's A bonus.)
Depending on how you play, if you just want to be A bounty hunter ? Go for it. If you want to one day rule all of Calradia? You can do so however you please.
I could go on but there is just... SO much! There are a lot of things to learn when you play, but by the time you know what you're doing. It's just plain simple fun! If you finish the main game? (Which takes forever to do, and you will probably replay it at least 3 times as well.) Don't worry... There are Also mods... Lots! OF! MODS! :D (All the way From historical era's like French civil wars and Vikings, to Game of Thrones and Star Wars. You will never get bored.)
You will know the game once you play it because it's difficult to explain all the mechanics since there is so much going on!
Hope this gives you some idea.