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Alright bros, what can we do to save the environment?
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/sfg/ - Space Flight General: MIR Edition

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Previous: >>13450536
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How do we save the rainforest amicos?
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This is science lol

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Soon we're going to need to kill all "scientists" and medical personnel and start over with something real.
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/sci/ image guide thread

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all textbook recommendation guide images. although this has mostly been superseded by the main /sci/ guide, i still think they give a good overview of specialised areas (e.g model theory, algebraic geometry).
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UAP's prior to 2018 - Probably NOT US military craft.
Evidence: https://www.socom.mil/SOF-ATL/SOFHardProblemsDocumentLibrary/USSOCOM%20ST%20Signature%20Management%20-%20SIGMAN%20MegaTalker-01Mar18.pdf

If the US Military (Specifically SOCOM) had UAP level craft at their disposal, prior to 2018, why the hell were they looking for someone to design it for them?

>Undetectable by Optical, Infrared, RF, Acoustic, Magnetic Sensors, Human or Animals
>Able to cross from ocean to beachfront through vegetation to the target area undetected
>Able to leave undetected

SOCOM wanted something that could fly out of international waters, go over land, and complete missions that was silent, 100% stealth optically, thermally, electromagnetically, and create no sound that could trigger acoustic sensors

So uh... What the fuck was SOCOM looking for someone to design them? If not a god damn UFO/UAP?

Can anyone on /sci/ help SOCOM meet those requirements? Hell fucking no.
Show me a human that can design ANYTHING that can meet those requirements.
That's a fucking insane ask, from SOCOM.
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What is most likely outcome if humanity ever meets technologially advanced aliens?

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I feel like the idea of them attacking us for resources is retarded, if they are already advanced space wearing, they are probably able to generate all their needed resources.
Honestly I like the depiction of the Volm from Falling Skies, where they really don't give a fuck about the humans, but aren't hostile either.
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/scg/ - STEM Career General

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Welcome to STEM Career General!
This thread exists to posit questions regarding careers associated to STEM.
> Discussion on academia based career progression
> Discussion on penetrating industry from academia
> Or anything in relation to STEM employment or development within STEM academia!

Resources for protecting yourself from academic marxists:
>https://www.thefire.org/ (US)
>https://www.jccf.ca/ (Canada)

Information resource:
>https://sciencecareergeneral.neocities.org/
>*The Chad author is seeking additional input to diversify the content into containing all STEM fields. Said author regularly views these /scg/ threads.

No anons have answered your question? Perhaps try posting it here:
>https://academia.stackexchange.com/

NOTE: Any useful resources relayed in this thread will be included in future /scg/ threads.
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CDC: Delta variant appears to spread as easily as chickenpox and cause more severe infection

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Lithium vs Sodium Batteries

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Which one is better?
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