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This giant model stopped a terrible plan
https://invidious.fbxl.net/watch?v=i70wkxmumAw Good science is humble, and is often wrong, and admits it. This is a really cool story about that.
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What is the optimal length that a couple should date before moving in?
All I found with citations was that it's best to wait until marriage before cohabitation, but that boomer talk ain't gonna happen for zoomers. Otherwise, 1 article said "wait as long as possible" but I need a month/year number lmao.
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https://m.jpost.com/science/article-715147/ The Saccorhytus looks somewhat like a spikey jelly bean with pursed lips and is described by the University of Bristol as "resembling an angry Minion."
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Can we do a sidebar link swap between all the science subs?
There is: https://lemmy.ml/c/science https://beehaw.org/c/science https://mander.xyz/c/science which would allow people to more easily find the other subs
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hid9bDnSeok He had an idea that the one technique would be better for the disk, but he had no idea how much better. Really surprising results.
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Our guts have 2/3 of the neurons as an entire cat. Does this mean our guts are about half as smart as a cat?
You got to be sh!ting me loool! But srs question. Not that there's any way to measure IQ of our guts versus IQ of cats. Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enteric_nervous_system


Flange Bolting 101 - Elastic Interactions
https://invidious.fbxl.net/watch?v=yMrieQoErcQ It turns into an ad at the end, but the fundamental stuff they talk about beforehand is a really interesting and easy to understand summary of a fundamental issue with tightening bolts on a flange.
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