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>> No. 4282 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 2:11 pm
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Have they actually published anything yet or is it just more clickbait? I've been out of uni for a while and haven't kept up with the literature.

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>> No. 4283 Anonymous
13th October 2017
Friday 4:18 pm
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>> No. 4286 Anonymous
21st October 2017
Saturday 6:38 am
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>> No. 4261 Anonymous
16th September 2017
Saturday 8:59 pm
4261 Strong weed.
Has anyone tried this and can they attest to its strength? I wouldn't mind trying it for its intense psychoactive properties.

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>> No. 4277 Anonymous
17th September 2017
Sunday 1:07 pm
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>>4276 I was about to take the piss but this is a good read.

>> No. 4278 Anonymous
17th September 2017
Sunday 2:40 pm
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>How did weed get so much better so quick?

The internet. It became much easier to learn how to run a hydroponic grow, buy the equipment and get quality seeds from the Dutch seedbanks. If your grow ran into problems, you could post photos of your sickly plants to the uk420 forums and get a fast and informed response. All of a sudden anyone could have a go at growing weed and stand a very good chance of success.

Homegrowers and small commercial growers proliferated wildly, undermining the market for imported hash and weed. The gangs who had imported cannabis either gave up and focused their efforts on class As, or started their own growing operations.

The crap Thai stick disappeared, but so did the good Lebanese hash, because the economies of scale of importing cannabis collapsed. Most of the resin products on the market today are domestically produced super-strength varieties - butane extracts, bubble hash etc.
>> No. 4279 Anonymous
17th September 2017
Sunday 2:53 pm
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> Any idea on what the magic truffles are like?

"Truffles" are just the part of the mushroom that grows under the earth. Due to the Dutch being a bunch of massive autists a technicality of language only the above-ground bit of the mushroom was banned so people started selling the truffles instead. I had a 20g box of Tampanensis for my first go and had a cracking time, but if I were to do it again I'd start with 5g the first time, 10g the next and so on. Definitely don't go all macho bravado and eat a whole of box of "Dragon's Dynamite" or whatever the latest nuclear-grade truffles are though unless you want to spend six hours in hell (or you've got a of experience of this kind of thing).

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>> No. 4280 Anonymous
17th September 2017
Sunday 3:23 pm
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>>Most of the resin products on the market today are domestically produced super-strength varieties - butane extracts, bubble hash etc.

Never been able to get the stuff but I suspect it's going to be expensive.
>> No. 4281 Anonymous
17th September 2017
Sunday 3:26 pm
4281 OP
>>Super sage for /A/ leaking into /lab/.

Seemed like the most appropriate place. Tell purple I apologise.

>> No. 4199 Anonymous
15th August 2017
Tuesday 10:19 pm
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What's the best loo roll? I'm sick of buying what looks like a fancy cushy one only to find it's mediocre at best.

Don't tell me wet wipes because I refuse to flush them or keep a bin full of shitty wet wipes in my toilet.
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>> No. 4251 Anonymous
19th August 2017
Saturday 9:41 pm
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But you have to get a bin in which to keep shitty wipes because they're not flushable.
>> No. 4252 Anonymous
19th August 2017
Saturday 9:45 pm
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I flush them and haven't had any problems.
>> No. 4253 Anonymous
19th August 2017
Saturday 9:47 pm
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They're biodegradable and specifically flushable.
>> No. 4256 Anonymous
19th August 2017
Saturday 10:11 pm
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Have you not bothered to read the thread?

This article goes into how INDA and EDANA flushability standards are bollocks and governments and sewage companies are fighting these trade associations in order to make stop them labelling these wet wipes as flushable when they aren't.

>> No. 4258 Anonymous
19th August 2017
Saturday 11:28 pm
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Did you know that the dangers of smoking are vastly overstated?

>> No. 4235 Anonymous
17th August 2017
Thursday 1:50 pm
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I bought some cheap PC speakers which are bit too bassy. Could I put in a capacitor to cut down the bass?
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>> No. 4236 Anonymous
17th August 2017
Thursday 2:31 pm
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>> No. 4237 Anonymous
17th August 2017
Thursday 2:40 pm
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Or, at least, not well. Nothing to stop you doing the maths and trying it (you may well want a resistor or two, too) - but disappointment is likely. You may be better just sticking a sock in it. There's not an 'annoying bass boost button' somewhere subtle is there?

>> No. 4190 Anonymous
30th July 2017
Sunday 2:45 pm
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Great physics lectures by Lenny Suskind. I'm doing GR at the moment.
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>> No. 4240 Anonymous
17th August 2017
Thursday 11:11 pm
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He looks like he smells of shit.

>> No. 4153 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 4:11 pm
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Does anyone know where's still good to get nootropics? I have a site that'll export pira+citocholine from India but it's pretty steep, besides ani+cito was always more effective for me.

May be the wrong board, sorry.
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>> No. 4154 Anonymous
19th May 2017
Friday 4:41 pm
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I've had a look around and intellimeds and thoughtfoods seem to be the best options but I can find very little in terms of recent reviews.

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>> No. 4122 Anonymous
5th April 2017
Wednesday 2:47 pm
4122 http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0133079
>The most popular dildoes are only 4.5 - 5" in circumference.

>In a study women picked models benises 4.8 - 5" in circumference as the ideal.

>The average erect benis girth is about 4.5 - 5 ".

So you've probably got enough girth for 90% of grills. But...

>The most popular dildoes have 6 - 7" of insertable length.

>Women chose models benises about 6 - 6.5" in length as the ideal.

>The average erect benis length is about 5 - 5.5".

You probably don't have enough length for most women.
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>> No. 4135 Anonymous
11th April 2017
Tuesday 9:26 pm
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Maybe those are women inches. 8 = 6 and 6 = 4 .
>> No. 4136 Anonymous
12th April 2017
Wednesday 3:11 am
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Apropos of nothing much at all:

I've never talked inches (or centimeters) with any of them but I've shagged a fair few cock-wranglers and none of them ever complained about my utterly average knob (or even slagged me off as being small-knobbed during any one of a zillion heated slanging matches). Honestly, once you've bedded 4-5 30+ cock whores and they all love your average knob life gets a lot easier.

Sorry if none of this makes sense lads, I'm pissed to fuck la.
>> No. 4137 Anonymous
12th April 2017
Wednesday 11:03 am
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Have you ever measured your dick? Maybe you're bigger than you think.
>> No. 4138 Anonymous
13th April 2017
Thursday 11:19 pm
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Honestly I think that it's mainly just that (at least in my experience) women tend to care a lot less about genital aesthetics (size, shape, and so on) than men do. One lass I'd been seeing for at least a couple of months had absolutely no idea I was circumcised despite having had my penis in her mouth dozens and dozens of times. Her excuse? "I just didn't really pay that much attention". Well, thanks for that?

While I could probably build a 100% accurate full colour 3D model of every vagina I've ever been in contact with most lasses seem to lump knobs into three rough categories: Micropenis, Ouch, and Everything Else. What this means is that I think most lasses probably aren't shagging away thinking "yeah this guy is definitely packing half an inch less than that other lad", probably can't tell the difference in an inch or two anyway, and if your old chap doesn't fit into the Micropenis or Ouch categories then it's probably entirely forgettable, just another faceless shaft on the cock carousel.

Either that or I've just been hanging out on the wrong side of the tracks all my life.
>> No. 4139 Anonymous
14th April 2017
Friday 1:42 am
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FFS measure it.

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>> No. 4121 Anonymous
27th March 2017
Monday 5:30 am
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>> No. 4106 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 6:17 pm
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In layman's terms, how would directions/paths or relative locations be described from within a fractal space? Say we have a fractal tree branch type thing and I wanted to tell someone on another point of it how to reach my location, or to describe to them how I would get to theirs?
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>> No. 4116 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 3:35 pm
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Does that still work if your starting point is not at any intersection but some way between them?
>> No. 4117 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 6:13 pm
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Why do I get the feeling that nobody in this thread including the OP understands what a fractal space is?
>> No. 4118 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 7:05 pm
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Because you're a snob with nothing useful to offer to the conversation.
>> No. 4119 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 8:36 pm
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I don't take any shame in not having anything to contribute to the conversation at a chimp's tea party.
>> No. 4120 Anonymous
5th March 2017
Sunday 10:38 pm
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From an algorithmic standpoint there's no such thing. The length between intersections would be a fraction of the previous length.

To respond to the previous poster no, I have no expertise whatsoever with fractals but I'm winging it and I'm pretty sure I'm correct. A line of logic that wouldn't be out of place in the current Labour party amirite? Ba-dum-tssh!

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>> No. 4078 Anonymous
26th November 2016
Saturday 9:12 pm
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Seriously, WTF is this?
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>> No. 4087 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 1:58 am
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A cryonic bum blaster?
>> No. 4088 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 2:11 am
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No, that's Barry Bennell.
>> No. 4089 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 9:11 am
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I'm pretty sure they're Belgian and we all know what they're like.
>> No. 4090 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 10:39 am
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It's Javier Martos of Charleroi vs Club Brugge.
>> No. 4091 Anonymous
27th November 2016
Sunday 11:33 am
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Brugge are winning.

>> No. 4062 Anonymous
28th June 2016
Tuesday 8:00 pm
4062 Richard Lewontin
The 'Threads' thread over in /v/ contained a bit of discussion of human nature, evolutionary psychology and what it means for society (as well as its possible breakdown).

I wanted to make a post there a dew days ago but found myself just referring back to Richard Lewontin, who puts it a hell of a lot better than I do. There's a series of lectures of his up on YouTube which I think presents a very convincing argument as to why we should be cautious about using reasoning that appears to be 'biological' or 'scientific' in explaining/predicting complex human behaviours.

Things really start picking up around lecture 3, and I believe the topic of human nature is directly addressed in lecture 4. I can't recommend this highly enough to anyone who posted in that little debate. First lecture embedded:

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>> No. 4073 Anonymous
24th November 2016
Thursday 8:48 am
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He looks like Bill Gates.
>> No. 4074 Anonymous
24th November 2016
Thursday 12:04 pm
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He looks like ARE BARRY from t'building society.
>> No. 4075 Anonymous
24th November 2016
Thursday 12:19 pm
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He's the spitting image of John Major
>> No. 4076 Anonymous
24th November 2016
Thursday 7:47 pm
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I think you mean Are Deirdre
>> No. 4077 Anonymous
26th November 2016
Saturday 9:03 pm
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>> No. 4063 Anonymous
25th August 2016
Thursday 12:27 am
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As it turns out there is a very real possibility that we have a habitable planet next door. Be honest with me, if you were asked to leave your entire life on Earth behind to go set up a colony in another solar system would you take it?
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>> No. 4065 Anonymous
25th August 2016
Thursday 1:32 am
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> if you were asked to leave your entire life

That would be nice. Can't even go loo without being asked where I'm going. So the chances of starting a new life sound very foreign to me.
>> No. 4066 Anonymous
25th August 2016
Thursday 4:02 am
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>> No. 4067 Anonymous
25th August 2016
Thursday 6:13 am
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Find someone to tell me things who I don't want to hit. Maybe just type it out.
>> No. 4068 Anonymous
26th August 2016
Friday 1:18 am
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Probably, though my real dream is to be a space hauler/freelancer once we have near-lightspeed travel sorted out.

Even if we just set up colonies on mars or the belt, I'll be happy to fly around moving water or whatever.
>> No. 4069 Anonymous
26th August 2016
Friday 2:40 am
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I'd say we have at least 300 years to go before interstellar travel becomes a reality. Fingers crossed for immortality drugs.

Even then I can barely afford a car let alone a spaceship.

>> No. 4007 Anonymous
23rd October 2015
Friday 11:31 pm
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Lads, I have figured out how to save humanity. It came to me while I was having a wank to some extremely weird porn.

Since MRSA came about because of some bacteria that became immune to antibiotics, and since this will probably happen to all other kinds of bacteria and/or viruses that we suppress with antibiotics, I thought that maybe we can give these bacteria cancer, diabetes or aids, you know something like that and wait for them to become immune to it. Then we get whatever made them immune to those diseases and give it to humans.

Also, I probably saved agriculture accidentally, because if I apply the same rule to plants, and get veggies that are immune to pests, fungi, and other problems, then we won't have to use neonicotinoid pesticides and kill all the bees.

Another thing that came to me earlier today as I shat was that if babies were like "vaccinated" by giving them shellfish and peanuts, then they wouldn't become allergic to these things.

I always knew I was too fucking smart. I'm feeling very smug right now lads.
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>> No. 4023 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 6:59 pm
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Wait... Seriously? Hmm. Maybe I should google before I post things, but the problem with that is I will forget my idea by the time I open a new tab.

In any event, I know I am right.

But this seems too good to be true.
>> No. 4024 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 7:25 pm
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>But this seems too good to be true.

>> No. 4025 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 10:43 pm
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You are Baroness Greenfield and I claim my £5.
>> No. 4026 Anonymous
22nd November 2015
Sunday 5:21 am
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That really made me chuckle heartily. Thank you.
>> No. 4061 Anonymous
29th May 2016
Sunday 11:00 am
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Mate retroviruses

>> No. 4057 Anonymous
6th May 2016
Friday 5:23 pm
4057 RIP Sweet Prince
Harry Kroto, the discoverer of Buckminsterfullerene has passed on to the great geodesic ball in the sky.

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>> No. 4058 Anonymous
7th May 2016
Saturday 7:44 am
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This is a fucking niche Sweet Prince thread, mate.
>> No. 4059 Anonymous
7th May 2016
Saturday 8:02 am
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Everyone loves buckyballs.
>> No. 4060 Anonymous
7th May 2016
Saturday 8:03 am
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I like a buckyonion

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