@pzmyers that works for stuff like the humanities or history where all you need is knowledge.

it works less well for something like chemistry where you need hands-on lab experience, as fume hoods and equipment and glassware are ridiculously expensive.


@Canageek @pzmyers skip one of the cats and use that money for equipment

@carcinopithecus @pzmyers not even close in price, animar historically of cost about $100,000 per hundred megahertz and another hundred grand for the probe. most of your cheaper equipment like your uv-vis and IR will be in the $40,000 price range.

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