# yannbane

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bio website yannbane.com location Zagreb, Croatia age member for 2 years, 5 months seen 2 days ago profile views 76

I'm interested in programming, AI, *nix, computer hardware, science, system administration, evolutionary algorithms, compilers, languages, and networking. Outside of informatics I enjoy reading and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and bash.

I'm learning Scala, Go, and Haskell.

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 Apr19 awarded Supporter Apr19 awarded Commentator Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? I seriously don't get you guys. Speed of light has a measurement unit of m/s, while dozen is just a number. Until you divide the equation with c, I don't see how could you use c = 1... And that doesn't really make sense. Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Oh wow. I don't get it. I thought humans had no idea what time is, and now you're telling me that we're transforming into distance... Damn. Can you please give me a link where I can educate myself about this? I don't want to wait 3 years just for my school to start teaching me relativity... Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Wait wait wait... Measure time in meters? Are you trolling me? If so, 10/10, would rage again. Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Nope, it isn't ;) Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? @LubošMotl. 1 mole = 6.022 * 10^23. NA = 6.022 * 10^23 * mole^(-1). NA = 6.022 * 10^23 * (6.022 * 10^23)^(-1). This is literally one. Where c is actually not one, so I wouldn't say that they're isomorphic... Apr19 awarded Student Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? But mathematically, G and c aren't actually one, and I guess you have to scale all other things when you set them to 1, but what I'm saying that Na literally is one. Apr19 awarded Editor Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? But that makes no sense. 1 mole already is 6.022*10^23. If you have to of them it's 12.044 * 10^23. Where does Avogadro's constant play a role here? It's just like multiplying the equation by two and then dividing it by two again! Apr19 revised Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? added 58 characters in body Apr19 comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? That's exactly equal to either *items* or *one*... Apr19 asked Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one? Oct14 awarded Autobiographer