Pic related is crystals of Bismuth, the heaviest element with a 'stable' radioisotope Bismuth-209 decays with a half life of 1.9*10^19 years, lmao.
I like old educational video clips, that actually were educational.https://youtu.be/yYAw79386WI
We should also post in another thread while we are here. The geology, botany, and material science threads could use some love.
/cyb/ alone is still faster than many shitty 4chan offshoots. Boggles the mind.
(Cold-worked) Glass Sculpture by Jack Storms
Gravity is not what it looks to be.
Helicopters please my autism. they are one of the White man's best creation.
Oh I found one like that when visiting Pripyiat!
It sure is a shame that academics aren't allowed to do studies on race and intelligence.
Afaik they can, they're just published in journals or as independent studies which maybe a dozen people read. Pop-science has very little to do with real academic work.
Professors that study that kind of thing have a habit of getting fired.
And that is a testament of (((who))) is in charge.
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If I remember well, the kikes made up to 85% of that dictatorship.
I have read that according to Pravda in 1936, (((they))) were less than 2% of the Soviet population, but 45% of the Politburo, and 80% of the NKVD--Stalin's death-squads, executioners and torturers.
Fictional cybernetic implants are cool
Not the pulp-scifi "putting this microchip in your spleen makes you strong because a scientist says so" but stuff that at least slightly makes sense, like enhancing your spine and arms via exoskeletons.
hey, just exploring to see if this board is better than /lain/