Scientists And Us: The Big Difference [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Science

This is how we see the world and this is how scientists see the world. Yeah, there"s a bit of a difference...
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Female 246
heheheha
why is only the carrot orange?...????
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Male 173
oh gad i just finished finals. i dont want to see another equation for the entire summer
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Female 1,623
This makes my head hurt. I`m gonna go lay down now.
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Female 351
This is kinda cool. But inaccurate. I`m somewhat of a math nerd (was a math major for a year and a half) and I didn`t see floating numbers and symbols.
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Male 4
I love how science is supposed to be based on proving theories based on careful observation but when there`s something they can`t explain, they just make up some BS and expect everyone to believe it... then, when you disagree YOU are the one that`s stupid... I hate you, dark matter.
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Female 447
YEAAAAAH! Why be a normal person when you can be a carrot person ;)
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Male 69
Science definitely FTW. drat normal people.

the caption for the top picture should be:
"OH! LOOK! There`s a Bunny rabbit!!!"
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Female 535
Yeah, because every scientist is good at math.
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Male 928
Science ftw
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Male 5,194
jendrian - Thanks! Crappy drawing of a fern, but that`s GOT to be it.
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Male 25,416
Awesome!
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Male 216
howling wolf. artist signature.
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Male 500
Obviously how PHYSICISTS work - it`s all math and the bunny is still alive/has no electrodes in it`s head. - oops sorry, missed the glucose metabolism at the bottom.
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Male 500
Obviously how PHYSICISTS work - it`s all math and the bunny is still alive/has no electrodes in it`s head.
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Male 1,351
What are those characters in the lower right second pic (about 2/3 down, all the way to the right)?
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Male 2,516
@duffytoleer, they appear to be rotation transformations on a fractal design
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Male 2,516
yeah!, science rocks, as Feynman said:
"yes I can appreciate the beauty of a flower, maybe not as refined as an artist would, but I can see a flower and think it`s pretty. And at the same time, I can see the beauty of what makes the flower, and that`s something only scientists have"

Bitchin, hell yeah!
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Female 48
As a science geek, this is amazingly accurate at times...
Maybe not to that extend, but certainly sympathizing with it!
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Male 185
Maybe some of the chemistry, but I rarely think about how the Earth and Sun are exerting equal forces upon each other.
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Male 3,255
@Edgarska19

That`s disgusting.
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Male 1,045
thanks iab, for making me appreciate and embrace my stupidity
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Male 5,194
Bitchin` Feynman diagram, appears to be a cascade of secondary particles in the upper atmosphere. Only part of this I don`t recognize are the matrix equations lower right. Anybody?
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Male 61
Damn you, IAB, you got me started! <cries in corner>
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Male 61
I sometimes get stuck thinking like this...it`s not all the time, but when I go into "hard determinist" mode, it depresses me to no end. It literally makes everything seem heartless. Sometimes I hate science. :-(
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Male 2,309
That`s kinda true...I am not a scientist, but I have a lot of strange knowledge and formulaic thinking. It kind of sucks. It took all the fun out of life. Being stupid was better.
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Male 81
science jokes always seem so forced, it always makes a person seem like a non-scientist trying to fit in with the science crowd
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Male 743
So now I know how you all see... No equations... It`s beautiful.
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Male 4,290
[quote]Damnit almighty! First you ninja me on banning spammers, now you ninja`d me on the link I was about to post. :P[/quote]
And you with the timezone advantage as well! Gotta be on the ball to beat these fast fingers :P
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Male 92
@monsterzero, That`s not necessarily true. How would he know that unless he tried it again? There are all kinds of experiments with the same experimental design that produced different results.
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Male 6,693
Meh.
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Male 358
@Almightybob:
That isn`t scientific, That`s the definition of insanity; Repetition with the expectation of different results.
A scientist would wonder why he got zapped when pulling the lever instead of pulling it again.
Funny pic though...
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Male 4,546
Damnit almighty! First you ninja me on banning spammers, now you ninja`d me on the link I was about to post. :P
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Male 698
i kinda wish i can see that from the scientist point of view
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Male 4,290
This reminds me of this xkcd comic:

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Male 4
clever but im guessing if any scientist cant turn off his/her science button the world would contain far more bat"guano" insane serial killers like Herman mudgett`s (aka h.h. Holmes)
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Male 1,451
I don`t look at the sun and think about force due to gravitational pull. But this is totally right.

And a1butcher, you don`t see in color. Your eyes and brain interpret different wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation.
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Male 158
thats nature!
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Male 394
Hmm, yeah I see it like that sometimes.
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Female 956
yeah I like the first one better...
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Male 35
pretty good
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Male 2,748
lol, could be considered a super power?
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Female 46
i like how we see the world.
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Female 1,386
SO basically Neo looking at the code of the Matrix?
I dunno...
Personal experience of these types of people, tell me that they`d likely not see the bunny and would be so absorbed in thought they would trip over it and might fall in the river.

My bf has to be saved constantly from traffic, curbs, etc when we`re out walking and he`s thinking/talking about something "deep".
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Male 245
@a1butcher "I personaly see in color, but to each their own I guess"

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Female 1,798
hmmm i see the exchange of gases through the rabbit (O2 taken in, CO2 released), and photosynthesis. I think that`s pretty good :)
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Male 92
the ferns seem to have been drawn with more effort then the rest of the doodle put together.
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Male 41
They don`t see miracles...dratin` magnets, how do they work?
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Male 590
well that`s pretentious...
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Male 53
senseless
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Male 4,431
Some, sure, but some of us can separate aesthetic beauty from the physical and chemical mathematical beauty of our universe and even appreciate both! :-)
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Male 4,807
I personaly see in color, but to each their own I guess
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Male 21,025
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