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How long does the membership dues take to process typically?
What level of physical anthropology?
@Tyler Baker Calc 1 was fun memories, Calc 2 was harder, Calc 3 is pretty cool so farm
Sequences and series with matrix, vector and linear functions.
College won't give me calc 1 credit, so I'm taking calc 3 to add to my calc 2 credit.
I can't think of any textbook which has that kind of info. The best advice would be to study the faces of known Jews. The trick is in the proportions of facial dimensions, though some Jews are hard to spot due to mixing.
Interesting, I've not heard of the smile. I mostly identify Jews by the traces of admixture you can see in facial proportions. Natural eye I guess.
Archive.org might have some texts to read.
Here's an article on faces and ancestry.
Try to look for texts from 70s or before. You could also look up craniometry texts, which may help.
I would be happy to help with mathematics (calc 2 and below), also EMT-Basic and Nursing Assistant questions as well.
Depends on the field. Analytical psychology still has p-values and statistical analysis, but cultural, social and abnormal have reduced their empiricism drastically.
When I was studying criminology, we didn't review a single study with statistical analysis.
@ThisIsChris I would recommend reading "racial biology of Jews". It's older, but may help you in your endeavors to understand the biology and ancestry of the Jews.
Definitely cherry, peppermint's harshness(depending on the brand) may cause added irritation to the nose and eyes.
Weird you couldn't find unflavored though.
If anyone wants to post IE stuff into r/debatealtright, please contact me at u/cromerax beforehand so I can review it to ensure good optics.
It was a Space X satellite that was secretly launched supposedly.
Can I get y'alls opinion on early morning training. I've been doing 0630 boxing training with a trainer buddy of mine, and it's been working but I feel my cardio plateauing and my gains are the going through the same.
Probably not eating as much as I should, but I'm certainty not starved. My thinking is that maybe my recovery isn't high enough in calories and protein, so I'm moving towards maybe having 2 small breakfasts w/ a large amount of protein and carbs.
@Deleted User having lucious hair should be a recruitment requirement.
That's make sense, I think I'm doing to many things at once. I'm doing boxing with weights and rock climbing plus some cardio and I'm wearing myself out I think.
@Francisco Nuñez - CA Where did you get business cards? That's such a good idea, keep us updated on the guys!
No, it's a play on TL;DR.
@Deleted User Professor Leonard on YouTube has great videos for calc concepts. Also feel free to post pictures of problems if you want to.
Link to Michael Levin's book "Why Race Matters".
@everyone @SamanthaM I've made an archive of sorts for HBD, and JQ literature. Feel free to ask for mostly anything and I'll get it for you.
Thanks brother, I'll move over when I get a chance.
@Deleted User My pleasure
Wasn't sure where to put this, but I found a good link to the book Secret Relationship between Blacks and Jews, which is a research book about the Jewish involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade and other events relating to slavery.
Please excuse the website the link is to, but the link is to the full book, so I'll put it here.
Partially American History, but also an excellent JQ book.
The book is full length text and has no alterations to it. I checked.
Here's the condensed key points version from the original version.
@everyone I have a link to Libido Dominandi for anyone who wants to read it.
@John O - Fairly long, almost 900 pages. You could takes sections from each part though, in addition to the introduction and sexual liberation section in the beginning.
There are selections from his other book Jewish Revolutionary Spirit.
@Deleted User As far as I know there is only one addition. I have the full index, notes and bibliography.
We might have the same edition, but different trims.
Hey everyone I need some math help. I'm trying to do the final problem and I can't figure it out.
The best I've come up with is that the 2S-S argument only works for 2S -S, if you go above 2S-S to say 3S-2S, then it diverges to infinity. Also the r-value of 2 cannot be used in the geometric series sum equation as it is not between -1&1.
Any help is super appreciated.
@Wotan Reborn Own it, really a great book.
So what you're saying is that the proof relies on ignoring standard rules of subtraction with equal terms.
It makes the assumption that you can subtract the 2+4+8+... of the S from the 2S while leaving the 1 untouched which negates the idea of infinity because it is adding terms to S that it is not adding to 2S to leave the 1 untouched.
That makes sense. The proof isn't valid because it relies on a specific way to subtract the sums which doesn't follow mathematical rules.
Do I have that right?
That makes alot of sense.
Any thoughts on the 4th problem. My teacher hasn't been much help and my classmates are as lost as I am.
I figured I could take out the 1/sqrt(2pi) and have the integral e^(-x^2/2), integrate that and do the Taylor series that way, but that didn't work out.
Thanks for the help!
Does anybody have an idea for the power series from the given Taylor series?
I'm dumb that's what I meant to say. I figured it out, thanks for all your help.
Love me some euro huwite pills
@Deleted User I did keto for a few months, but for me it wasn't a super sustainable thing to do. I know a number of guys who have had great results from it, and it works great for cutting fat and water weight from what I've seen.
I may be totally wrong, but figured I'd contribute.
I've been looking to do some intermittent fasting. The data I've seen on HGH boosting from fasting has gained my attention recently, and I had a conversation with a doctor who studies IF as a means to treat numerous chronic conditions.
Also met a neurological chiropractor who had some incredible patient outcomes on utilizing ultrasonic vibrations to treat neuro conditions both physical and mental.
I met some patients who came with him, and their testimony was austonding.
As someone who works in memory care and assisted living I was floored with his results, and his work on technologically induced meditative states was equally fascinating.
A little bit of the research. Unfortunately I'm not in a research position so most of my research is independent, and goes without much attention.
People apparently don't consult CNAs for resident nutrition, despite it being my job to analyse patients and provide insight into the care planm
From what I've seen however, it furthers my point that a proactive system of medicine and self-care is absolutely necessary.
Diabetes, Alzheimer's, cancer, and pretty much every other chronic illness is compounded hand over fist by poor diets and exercise.
Most residents in care homes are underfed, and underhydrated. I've had three residents in my homes have to go have limbs amputated due to infection. Infections which could have been slowed or even prevented with a decent diet.
It's really important that everyone in IE take their physical health seriously. There's the optics portion obvs., but being able to resist things like Alzheimer's, dementia, general immobility will make the difference between bankrupting your family due to medical costs, or being able to play with your grandkids well into your 80s.
@Robtheroman How tall are you? The pics make it look like your a giant.
I'm a very tall 5'8", I'm 3 standard devations above the average manlet.
I finished the book in my flight. It has some good stuff, but it's very obvious that he is writing this book for communists and leftists.
Definitely, the big takeaways from this book that I've seen this far is the development of communication, how our phrases affect our optics, and how we and our enemies perceive each other's ethics and influence.
Looking forward to the Monday discussion.
I'll likely circle back and re-read some stuff.
Microaggressions have no serious literature support and lacks attachment to many essential fields of social science.
52(base pay) + 8x(tips per delivery >or= to 220
8x >or= 168
x >or= 168/8 = 21 deliveries
At least 21 deliveries in a day
@Clark Crocetti#7720 Anything specific?
Just posted first comment
I'm a CNA in Oregon. Are you already in a class?
I did my CNA through a company, but it came highly regarded by my agency.
You have to do a class and also probably do clinicals before you can test. At least, that's how things are done in OR
I would put a protective layer over it.
@RevStench What other tests did you have? What you're describing is really serious medically so they had to have done a binder of tests.
I have the same situation as you, it's a line often said that the empathic should be the people in healthcare, but the truly empathetic don't last long from my experience. You need to establish professional distance with patients, and their families.
It hasn't passed for me, I've just channeled my frustration and dissatisfaction into more productive things. Going to the gym more, taking up journaling, meditation, continuing education, etc.
Personally, journaling and meditation really help. I've also changed my diet and while mentally it didn't boost me much, physically I feel a lot better.
headspace is a good meditation app.
That needs to be "white babies"
Anybody else have the Strong app say their total lb volume is higher than it actually was.
I did the math of what I lifted and there's a ~4000 lb difference.
Idk what to make of it. Maybe there's something I'm missing.
Either way I've got my workout so Imma keep doing what I'm doing.
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