/r/Allthesciences

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Just a subreddit... for all science. One where all science is created equal.

Rules:

  1. Only post things about science. Any science, only science.

  2. Respect other redditors, no rude or hateful content allowed.

  3. Any and only scientific content is allowed, peer-reviewed is not necessary nor is it discouraged.

  4. Read the reddiquette

  5. NSFW is allowed, as long as it is flagged properly and related to science.

Comments:

Keep it relevant, and on topic. Anything else will be removed.


Links to other cool subreddits:

/r/EverythingScience

/r/science

/r/newreddits

/r/explainlikeimfive

/r/spaceflight

/r/robotics

/r/singularity


*Our Mods:

Head Mod is /u/SorcererPenguin.

/u/odd_pancake is second in command.


Our Friends:

/r/spaceflight

/r/robotics

/r/Allthesciences

401 Subscribers

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The Tree of Knowledge System, by Gregg Henriques (and the unification of Psychology happens to also unify the sciences.... or point I the right direction)

It's just the best, most thorough and succinct map of everything. So perfect, it clarifies all those psychological theories like Jung and Freud, and reveals a beautiful pattern in how the principles of natural selection are at work at each level of complexity..different mediums:

extinction/reproduction

pain/pleasure

incongruence / logical sense/validity

https://preview.redd.it/exo4gx05vujc1.png?width=674&format=png&auto=webp&s=3aa247313c05edb8236a4703e93ff616f4c1a493

https://preview.redd.it/d5a736d8vujc1.png?width=639&format=png&auto=webp&s=938fbd37159274e653be40893d0c9d578db8f785

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2024/02/21
03:14 UTC

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Thank Science for (Almost) Everything You Have

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2020/08/18
17:45 UTC

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Congratulations, /r/allthesciences. You're Tiny Subreddit of the Day!

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2016/03/08
15:37 UTC

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Science AMA Series: I'm Dawn Shaughnessy, from the Heavy Element Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; I synthesize superheavy elements, and I helped put 6 elements on the periodic table so far. AMA! • /r/science

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2016/01/08
23:26 UTC

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Making and playing with Liquid Oxygen

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2015/11/06
02:28 UTC

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Final Countdown on Tesla Coils

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2015/10/17
21:51 UTC

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Peanut butter glows in the dark when a laser is pointed at it

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2015/10/11
15:13 UTC

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Can You See the Fire?

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2015/10/02
22:03 UTC

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