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## The Smartest Race

No, I'm not a racist, nor am I Caucasian, but I've been reading ramblings that tend to suggest that the two "smartest" races on the planet are the Chinese and Indians. From what I've read, this is mostly based on IQ tests and universal academic performance. I believe this goes under genetics, but which group(s) do you guys think has grown to be intellectually superior and why?
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BTW genetics studies have yet to find any evidence of inherited intelligence, so without that to back it up, you could not make any argument for an intellectually superior race.   Intelligence is a somewhat abstract concept anyway.  For me, it is an individuals ability to see through absolute bullshit... like OP's question..
Have you people heard of what is technological singularity ? Soon robot and machine will replace human to be the smarter "species", so your didn't have to fight who is smarter anymore !
'I thought Harvard would reject me'

US student accepted to all eight Ivy League schools

HIGH ACHIEVER: Kwasi Enin is a good athlete and musician, and volunteers at a hospital.

Students apply to Ivy League schools and hope they will be lucky enough to get into one.

But Kwasi Enin, a 17-year-old New York student, has achieved something others can only dream about: He has been accepted to all the eight Ivy League schools, Newsday.com reported.

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If you really didn't care you wouldn't have responded.
forty degrees when I tell a bitch please
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## 100hrs/week

how do you pull off 100hrs/week of studying without fucking around?
Severe autism? That's an insane amount of study; your productivity will fall off hard. I'd recommend not studying that much.
i have lot of things to learn in a short amount of time. You see my life is passing by and i haven't done anything awesome.

by my calculations if sleep 6 hrs everyday and only allow 2-4 hrs of time for other things like shower, food, relaxing etc i can do it.

but the problem is rest of the time i'm not able to concentrate fully. usually a task worth 2hrs takes me 5 or more hrs. it also takes me a long time to read and understand something. it's so irritating.
Amphetamines might help. I hear Adderall's popular.
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can you take that everyday without killing yourself?
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## Time

How to beat time

Try these strategies to stretch your day

DO THE words "time management" rub you the wrong way? To many busy professionals, the real problem seems to be that there isn't any time left to manage.

You can sometimes get better at managing your time by prioritising all your tasks and scheduling carefully. But when you are already using all the time you have efficiently and there is still not enough, there are four strategies you can try:

Make more time

The fastest way to make time can be to buy it. You may think you don't have enough money to pay for help, but think about what your time is worth.

If your salary is equivalent to earning $25 an hour, and you pay someone else$12 an hour to run errands for you, that's a bargain. And what value would you set on being able to spend an extra hour having fun with your partner or kids?

You can buy time by paying to have your house cleaned, your car taken for servicing, or your laundry done. Pay a professional to prepare your taxes, have your groceries delivered and make routine purchases by phone or Internet.

Another way to make time is to double up on activities. Get a hands-free mike for your cell phone so you can return calls, place orders or give instructions to staff while driving or walking.

When travelling by public transport, take backlogged mail or documents to review. Use your waiting time at the prescription counter or dentist to balance your chequebook or plan your day. Having something to do will also make your wait more pleasant.

Make less time do

If this were a perfect world, we could do everything perfectly. Many of us try to do this anyway, and it eats up an enormous amount of time. A good example is writing business or personal letters. If it takes you two hours to write the perfect letter, you have lost an hour you could have used to write to someone else.

Try setting a time limit on routine tasks like this, and stick to it. You may find you can write a satisfactory letter in half the time. Embrace the idea of allowing what you do to be "good enough" instead of insisting it must be flawless.

Give some things away

Is every responsibility something you need to look after personally, or could someone else handle it? If you have employees, look hard at what you are hanging on to.

Is there anything else you could delegate, maybe by providing some training first? If there is no one you can delegate to on the job, be sure you ask your boss for help before assuming it's impossible.

Examine your personal life and volunteer responsibilities in the same way. Ask your family to take on more household chores, or find someone else to help with the community event you are organising. Asking for help isn't cheating; it's what all successful people do.

Do some things later

Does it all really have to done now? Maybe there is just too much on your plate for anyone to realistically handle. Choose only a few items to focus your energies right now, and put some of those other projects on hold. You don't have to give anything up, just defer it to later.

If you find yourself often distracted by new ideas, start an idea file. When an exciting new thought occurs to you, put it in the file instead of acting on it right away.

Look at your file from time to time for inspiration. Whenever you complete a project you have been working on, you can choose something new from the file.

The most important thing to learn about creating more time in your life is how to say "no". Just because you are asked to take something on doesn't mean you have to accept it. Ultimately, your time belongs only to you; make sure you are the one who chooses how to use it.
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A disorganized procrastinator's guide to time management and getting organized : http://yourincometips.com/organization-report.pdf
Roger Penrose : "You all right?"

Stephen Hawking : "What would it all look like?"

Roger Penrose : "What?"

Stephen Hawking : "What if Einstein was right?!"

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## Problem Of The Week

Problem of the week

Suppose f is a function from positive integers to positive integers satisfying f(1)=1, f(2n)=f(n), and f(2n+1)=f(2n)+1, for all positive integers n.

Find the maximum of f(n) when n is greater than or equal to 1 and less than or equal to 1994.
this is not r/math you filthy reddit piece of shit
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Art Of The Problem : http://www.artoftheproblem.net
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## Bash Street Laboratory

BASH STREET LABORATORY!

PUTTING THE MENTAL INTO EXPERIMENTAL!

'Erbert : "How can you blow up a balloon using only a bottle and a few kitchen ingredients? Science has the answer!"

What you need :

Small empty plastic bottle, vinegar, small balloon and baking soda.

Carefully pour half a cup of vinegar into the plastic bottle.

2) "I'll do it!"

S-T-R-E-T-C-H!

"No, I'll do it!"

Stretch the neck of the balloon a few times.

3) "Wrong balloon, 'Erbert"

Teacher : "VINEGARY SPLUT!"

Use the funnel to fill the balloon a bit more than halfway with baking soda. If you don't have a funnel you can make one using paper and some tape.

4) Quickly and carefully stretch the neck of the balloon over the opening of the bottle without letting any of the baking soda out.

5) FLIP

Pick the balloon up so the baking soda falls into the bottle and begins to mix with the vinegar.

6) "Ooooh!"

SWELL!

FIZZ!

FIZZ!

PROD!

"Have you lost weight, Fatty?"

Science Bit : The Baking soda and the vinegar react with each other to create a gas. The gas takes up more room than before, so starts to fill the bottle and then the balloon making the balloon inflate!
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## Time Machines

Surely if humans will ever make time machines, we would know about it?

This matter poses the theory, time machines could be built in the future.. but if we didnt know they changed the past, we would not know any different. They could of gone back in time and made up holy books, wars etc.

ps; If they have allready come back in time, then the future has allready happend for them? so they would be in the past present and future? Travel to the past, still in the present, but if they are in the past, then they came from the future?

just making conversation.
I wants lots and lots of some delectable pot!

Marijuana MUST be legalized.
THE BRILLIANT MIND OF EDISON LEE   JOHN HAMBROCK

Edison Lee : "SO YOU SEE, DR. SAGAN, SINCE MY TIME MACHINE GOT SMASHED INTO BITTY PIECES, I'M STUCK HERE IN 1972."

Carl Sagan : "FASCINATING!! IT LOOKS AS THOUGH YOUR ONLY CHANCE TO GET BACK TO YOUR OWN TIME IS TO CREATE A PARADOX.

SOMETHING YOU DO IN THIS TIME HAS TO MAKE A CHANGE IN YOUR OWN TIME THAT KEEPS YOU FROM COMING TO THIS TIME."

Edison Lee : "THAT MAKES MY HEAD HURT."

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Doritos Time Machine : http://youtu.be/DC2WClnE17U
If one traveled expressly through time, one would find himself trapped in outer space because the earth is moving through space. When dealing with this phenomenon, it becomes impossible to decipher where you would end up, since we don't know the actual rare at which our galaxy is moving through the universe, nor even if the universe itself is moving along a higher dimensional plane we know nothing about. Hope that helps.
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## Calculus in Higher Education

I took a year of calculus in university, but I don't remember 95% of it.

Just what is calculus good for outside of engineering, CS, and physics?

--Waiting for a brilliant math major to shut me down with a well-written response.
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N-N-N-N-NECRO'D
N-N-N-N-NECRO'D
calc. is used by our minds every day as second nature when we drive, when we play video games, ect... when you analyze it.
Wow, what a fags, math is for nerds lel
uh lets think, economics bitch
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## Aliens

GARFIELD BY JIM DAVIS

Jon : "IF SPACE ALIENS WERE TO INVADE EARTH, THEY COULD TAKE THE FORM OF ANIMALS"

Then Jon stared at garfield.

Jon : "HAVE YOU COME IN PEACE?"

Garfield : "TAKE ME TO YOUR REFRIGERATOR"

Distributed by Universal Uclick

JIM DAVIS 4-2
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stop spamming you fag
>>9

Stop trolling, you anonymous alien !
CIA declassifies alleged UFO site

SECRET: An archive photo of a U-2 spy plane being tested at a site north-west of Las Vegas that became known as Area 51.

Area 51 does exist, but...

A declassified Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) document confirms the existence of Area 51.

But conspiracy theorists will be disappointed that it offers no proof of alien landings in the desert.

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A Beautiful Minge starring Emma Watson
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## Mathematics Society

Mathematics Society

A Westland student society for mathematics scholarship and excellence.

The Mathematics Society of Westland was started 1976 by Dr. Laura Trautz to provide enrichment and challenges for students who demonstrate a strong interest and ability in mathematics. The club meets every Monday year-round in Cilo Hall. At club meetings, students work both on their own and in groups to solve problems from multiple areas of mathematics. There are also presentations of topics deemed to be of special interest to our members.

The Society supports travel by students to mathematical and scientific meetings, workshops, conferences and symposiums throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. In recent years our members have attended events sponsored by the American Algebraic Institute, the Northwestern Canadian Physics Club and the University of Krakow.
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Mathcounts Foundation is another one of the best : http://mathcounts.org
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## fun ^ 10 x int ^ 40 = Ir2

How do I solve this equation?
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Fun = Function
Int = Internet and or Intelligence
Ir2 = A person's own view on reality
Basically if you could solve this equation you would have a device that has the sole function of obscuring or blurring a persons view on reality using waves of some sort on parts of their brain, making them easily controllable and submissive.
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fun = lel m8 wanna fite me

lelchin
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