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We are living in a simulation.

need a compelling evidence? gender ratio is 1:1

>> No.70912512

>>70912497
> t. doesn't understand statistics

>> No.70912516

>>70912497
>what is the center limit theorem

>> No.70912627

>>70912497
Got another one. Why is it that some days a city or location isn't completely filled to the brim by new tourists just by chance? everything seems very convenient

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70912658

Ask Elon Musk

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>>70912497

>> No.70912831

>>70912497
> t. doesn't understand genetics

>> No.70912850

>>70912497
its true. The Holographic principle is close to proving that everything we see in the sky is a hologram.

>> No.70912854

>>70912497
in china too?

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>>70912497
THERE ARE NOT JUST 2 GENDERS

>> No.70913008

>>70912497
more like 1.2:0.8 actually

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>>70912497
>gender ratio is 1:1

1. Suppose male births are less common than female.
2. A newborn male then has better mating prospects than a newborn female, and therefore can expect to have more offspring.
3. Therefore parents genetically disposed to produce males tend to have more than average numbers of grandchildren born to them.
4. Therefore the genes for male-producing tendencies spread, and male births become more common.
5. As the 1:1 sex ratio is approached, the advantage associated with producing males dies away.
The same reasoning holds if females are substituted for males throughout. Therefore 1:1 is the equilibrium ratio.

>> No.70913171

isn't it early for schizoposting?

>> No.70913196

>>70912497
Gender ratio is not 1:1. Depending on the population it skews slightly one way or the other. It has also been documented that environmental factors can change whether a fertilized egg develops into a male or female. There's less data about humans in this regard, but with primates, it has been found that depending on multiple factors, a female will produce a baby of a different gender, and this can be reproduced consistently.

>> No.70913220

>>70913150
Gender ratio is actually controlled by the mother, in hominids at least. We live in a culture where the close-to-50/50 ratio works out, but in a polygamist culture, for example, mothers will produce more daughters than sons.

>> No.70913274

>>70912497
As usual, developers can only get one thing right: the forced 50.

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>>70913220
>Gender ratio is actually controlled by the mother, in hominids at least.

By what mechanism?

>We live in a culture where the close-to-50/50 ratio works out, but in a polygamist culture, for example, mothers will produce more daughters than sons.

How? By killing the sons?

>The sex ratio for the entire world population is 102 males to 100 females (2017 est.).

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>>70912497
>We are living in a simulation.

I want to live in a simulation where there are 1000 women for every man.

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70913418

>start random new job
>meet random new coworker
>they happen to live right next to me and have for years
>literally everyone and everything I've ever interacted with coincidentally happens to coincide with my little bubble of existence

>> No.70913467

>>70913378
And still no one would fuck you, racist.

>> No.70913469

https://www.sott.net/article/301611-Living-in-the-Matrix-Physicist-finds-computer-code-embedded-in-string-theory

>Living in the Matrix: Physicist finds computer code embedded in string theory

>> No.70913573

>>70913469
the code is
"doubly-even self-dual linear binary error-correcting block codes."

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No one, and I mean no one, even gave a second thought to the simulation hypothesis until Elon Musk mentioned it.

It's like people believe that, if they think the same thoughts that someone like Elon Musk does, even those that have nothing to do with tech or business, then fortune might bless them the way it blessed him. It's pretty much cargo-cult thinking.

>> No.70913639

>>70913469
no physicist takes string theory seriously anymore, it's too clean of a universal theory of everything to be real.

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