Apr 142014
 

Question by plasmafish: whats the difference between fullmetal alchemist and fullmetal alchemist brotherhood?
are they the same or is brotherhood start off from the end of regular fullmetal alchemist? i watched all of regular and i also watched the movie. im mainly asking because i caught a glimpse of one of the brotherhood episodes recently on cartoon network adult swim and it looked like the brothers where in two different worlds like the end of regular but i was reading the description of fullmetal alchemist brotherhood season 1-4 and it says same thing as regular so im kinda confused.

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Answer by Don™
FMA Brotherhood and FMA 2003 are almost the same at least in first few episodes(in case of FMA ep.30 and Brotherhood ep.13)but after ep.30 FMA 2003 is nothing but an filler which has nothing to do with the original manga story(Movie is also filler) where as FMA Brotherhood follows the manga as it is and if you ask me it was way better than 2003 version.

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Mar 182014
 

Question by AlanaWally: What’s the difference between Fullmetal Alchemists and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood?
I’m watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and it looks like some fillers but then there are some new episodes. Is it just another part of Fullmetal Alchemist or is it separate.

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Answer by Anthony Luciani
As I understand Brotherhood follows the original manga more closely. The first Fullmetal was a lot more original in the storyline.

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Oct 302013
 

Question by eklipse91: How big is the difference between UPenn and WUSTL?
I am currently looking at both of these schools and like Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) a bit better than University of Pennsylvania, but I am wondering how much better is UPenn than WUSTL considering I am interested in neuroscience and the other natural sciences? Is there a big difference between their academic rigor and would businesses look very strongly towards a UPenn student over a WUSTL student?
For future reference, I am referring to undergrad. Sorry for not including that before

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Answer by Ranto
If you are talking about undergraduate education, then both schools are great, and the differences in the quality of education are minor.

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Aug 232013
 

Question by Amansviri: What’s the difference between a BS and a BA in Physics?
I’m interested in pursuing a Physics major in college. On the course listing that I’ve looked at, both a Bachelor’s of Arts and a Bachelor’s of Science are offered for Physics, but because Physics is a science, I had thought that you could only get a BS in it, so now I’m confused. What’s the difference between a BS and a BA if they’re for the same subject?

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Answer by Original
The BS would be more stuctured (more/most of your classes are selected by the Physics department)

The BA is more free, usually 20 credits less that are delegated and to make up for the 20 you would have to select from a pool of upper-level physics elective.

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Aug 182013
 

Question by wolfiegaara: What is the difference between all the Full Metals,fma?
i see there are alot of full metals, i have watched full metal alchemist and ive heard of brotherhood and two full metal panics but is that all? what are the differences? Go Alphonse.

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Answer by Vergil905
full metal panic has NOTHING to do with fullmetal alchemist, and fullmetal alchemist brotherhood follows the manga cause the manga differs after greed kidnaps al.

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Jul 312013
 

Question by Lee: What is the neurochemical difference between stress and excitement?
Stress and excitement/thrill feel so subjectively different, yet they both appear to involve the same body systems (HPA axis, adrenaline, etc). This makes me wonder: what is the physiological difference between the two?

(I took a few neuroscience classes in college, so please feel comfortable to use scientific terminology in your reply.)

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Answer by Ahmad
Sorry, i am running out of time.

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Jun 062013
 

Question by Imad N: What are the difference between these Neuro- terms?
I am confused between these terms:
neurology
neuroscience
neurophysiology
neuropsychology
Can you please tell me what is the difference between them

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Answer by jannsody
The “merriam-webster dictionary” (as opposed to “just” websters) defines “neurology” as “the scientific study of the nervous system (brain, spinal cord, nerves) especially in respect to its structure, functions, and abnormalities.” (Just an fyi that “ology” means “the study of”, and “neuro” stands for “nerve,” “nervous tissue” or “nervous system”.) Therefore, a neurologist is a medical doctor (licensed physician) who specializes in those with disorders of the nervous system.

I’m just an everyday person, but neuroscience deals with the study and research of disorders of the nervous system. A neuroscientist usually has a Ph.D. in order to possibly get a job performing clinical research. People interested in neuroscience may first get a bachelor’s in cognitive (thought processes) science and/or linguistics (but not necessarily “just” those major/s).

The “medi lexicon” site — and just an fyi that the url/uniform resource locator is “.com” which usually means commercial or for-profit — merely defines neurophysiology as “physiology of the nervous system” :) According to the same site, a physiology is “the science concerned with *normal* vital processes of animal and vegetable organisms rather than to their anatomic structure, the biochemical composition, or how they are by drugs or disease.”

With regard to neuropsychology, it is the study of how the brain affects behavior. A clinical neuropsychologist needs a Ph.D. in order to possibly get a job. They may work with people with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), stroke (“brain attack”) which is a type of brain injury, dementia (cognitive decline) or other neurological disorders that affect cognition and behavior of the individual.

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