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Originally posted by BlackGuardXIII
the logistics of distributing equity more fairly between all people. The little annoyance that nags me might then be erased. I just despise the statistic that shows every single day, 365 days a year, 25 000 kids starve to death and an additional 25 000 die for want of basic medical care, which totals 50000 kids every single day dying while hundreds of billions of dollars go to making better bombs and weapons.
If they were doing the math, they might come up with some different formulae that resolve this unbalanced equation. It is a calculated risk, but the product might be worthwhile.
Originally posted by Frosty
Why should mathematicians study medicine, I always invisioned mathematicians studying the universe or working in particle and quantum physics?
Originally posted by I_s_i_s
Originally posted by Frosty
Originally posted by I_s_i_s
What makes you think there are "enough" mathematicians if there are not enough biologist?
I know there many uses for mathematicians in biology, but are the jobs available? I have researched 'careers for mathematicians' and more often than not it does not come up as a career that makes up a high % of math majors.