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    STEM is evu' thang bro

    STEM mandem and womanden represent
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    Engineering is inbetween maths and physics IMHO
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    (Original post by ennahaspatience)
    Engineering is inbetween maths and physics IMHO


    Because that is purer than physics...
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    (Original post by alow)


    Because that is purer than physics...
    WOW DUDE
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    (Original post by toonervoustotalk)
    What does STEM stand for and what is STEM.

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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Mathematics supports your beta science, Chemistry. Without mathematics most of Chemistry would fall apart

    Go Oxbridge and study your beta degree which is ultimately maintained by ideas from my degree
    *Sigh* allow me to clear everything up.

    To most of the beta peasants round here studying arts or social sciences, STEM means Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.

    To us who study STEM subjects, they are a calling, a way of life, a direction for we who study them, knowing we shall go on to innovate, advance, and work for the better of tomorrow. Or at the very least find employment, which is pretty difficult for the beta non-STEM peasants. And even when they do find employment, they're either serving drinks/food or acting as do-gooders trying to improve society when they're just dragging it down.

    While neither STEM subject can be argued to be superior, they can be placed in order of relative "purity" as in the diagram below. Take care to ignore Psychology and Sociology, as they are beta social sciences and a complete waste of time.

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    (Original post by alow)


    Because that is purer than physics...
    And gets you over £60,000 a year!
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    (Original post by Lumberjack 101)
    And gets you over £60,000 a year!

    That is why he is hatin' bro
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    (Original post by The_Dragonborn)
    *Sigh* allow me to clear everything up.

    To most of the beta peasants round here studying arts or social sciences, STEM means Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.

    To us who study STEM subjects, they are a calling, a way of life, a direction for we who study them, knowing we shall go on to innovate, advance, and work for the better of tomorrow. Or at the very least find employment, which is pretty difficult for the beta non-STEM peasants.
    Preach it brother. the alpha STEM master race vs the beta Liberal Arts peasants
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    (Original post by Solivagant)
    Science
    Technology
    Engineering
    Massive waste of time
    Why a waste of time?
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Preach it brother. the alpha STEM master race vs the beta Liberal Arts peasants
    Cheers brah. Reppin STEM alpha master race for life brah.

    Also see my edit.
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    (Original post by The_Dragonborn)
    Cheers brah. Reppin STEM alpha master race for life brah.

    Also see my edit.
    While neither STEM subject can be argued to be superior, they can be placed in order of relative "purity" as in the diagram below. Take care to ignore Psychology and Sociology, as they are beta social sciences and a complete waste of time.
    PREACH
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    (Original post by MidnightDream)
    Sociology, Textiles, Economics and Music, in other words all the important subjects

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    I kid, Science, Tech, Engineering and Maths which are all awesome I might add
    How dare you mention Economics in the same sentence as Sociology and 'Textiles'.
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    (Original post by Galileo Galilei)
    How dare you mention Economics in the same sentence as Sociology and 'Textiles'.
    They're all the same to me besides couldn't think of another 'E' :rofl:
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Mathematics supports your beta science, Chemistry. Without mathematics most of Chemistry would fall apart

    Go Oxbridge and study your beta degree which is ultimately maintained by ideas from my degree
    I think you need to stop with the jealousy now Robbie.
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    (Original post by Solivagant)
    Science
    Technology
    Engineering
    Massive waste of time
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    Robbie we have a deviant.
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    (Original post by MidnightDream)
    They're all the same to me besides couldn't think of another 'E' :rofl:
    English.

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    Electronics, Environmental Studies, and Ethics.
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    (Original post by MidnightDream)
    They're all the same to me besides couldn't think of another 'E' :rofl:
    English could have been your E. How dare you.
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    (Original post by Solivagant)
    I think you need to stop with the jealousy now Robbie.
    Chemistry, what's there to be jealous about? mixing chemicals?

    (Original post by The_Dragonborn)
    Robbie we have a deviant.
    I noticed. Some people just can't accept the entirety of STEM because mentally they just aren't prepared for such high level thinking.
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    English.

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    Electronics, Environmental Studies, and Ethics.
    (Original post by Galileo Galilei)
    English could have been your E. How dare you.
    I'll use Environmental Studies next time
    I decided against English, it has it's uses :laugh:
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    (Original post by Galileo Galilei)
    How dare you mention Economics in the same sentence as Sociology and 'Textiles'.
    (Original post by MidnightDream)
    They're all the same to me besides couldn't think of another 'E' :rofl:
    They do belong in the same category. It's a beta social science.

    Wouldn't necessarily put Textiles down though. In the STEMinazi regime, those without the intellectual capability to pursue intense study of STEM subjects are put into the practical stream in which they become technicians on the factory floor level. We do need skilled workers like it or not, they'll just be studying something useful and practical rather than some pointless beta social science.
 
 
 
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