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Demi-chan wa Kataritai


Alt Names: alt 亚人酱有话要说alt 亜人ちゃんは語りたいalt Demi-chan Konuşmak İstiyoralt Interviews With Monster Girlsalt לדמי-צאן יש משהו לאמר
Author: Petosu
Artist: Petosu
Genres: Award Winning Award WinningComedy ComedySchool Life School LifeSeinen SeinenSlice of Life Slice of LifeSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Succubus, Dullahan and Vampire. They are known as Ajin, or "demi"s and are slightly different than the average human. They have lived alongside humans for ages under persecution. However, in recent years, they have become accepted as members of society. This manga follows a high school biology teacher who has a great interest in demis and his interaction with the various demis in his school, each with their own cute problems.

Won 2nd place in the DaVinchi x NicoNico Tsugi ni Kuru 2016 Manga Awards.
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.4 Ch.26: Dullahan Transcends Time and Space (Part 2)
Cirno9Baka Cirno9Baka 2 weeks ago
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833 Comments

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ep 04 anime ... feel a pity to succubus ...

Yeah...She just wants to be held...

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ep 04 anime ... feel a pity to succubus ...

That is correct.
'Sound' is created by the vibrations of soundwaves travelling through the air impacting against our eardrums, or any medium (such as a microphone) that turns those waves into what we call 'sound'.  If those soundwaves travel through the air without impacting against an interpretive medium before they dissipate then no sounds is ever made.

That is incorrect.
If a tree falls in the forest, it disturbs the air and anything else it comes into contact with, and those things disturb the things that they come into contact with, creating a pressure wave traveling through the air, the ground, and anything else in the vicinity. This wave is transferring energy throughout the system, which changes its state.

As for what links quantum physics to the rest of it... Well, nobody knows. That's the point of having scientists, even though they do nothing beyond finding models for how things work; it's those models that we use to create our technology.

Anyway, the falling tree question is a philosophical question that's asking whether the universe exists without humans to observe it.

...so, if a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to hear it, it doesn't make a sound?

See the post above me.  Wasn't smart as I thought.

...so, if a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to hear it, it doesn't make a sound?

Welp, the popularity of this manga has now shot through the roof...

Went from a couple hundred follows to 10k.... jesus

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effect from anime ... =x= ...

Welp, the popularity of this manga has now shot through the roof...

Went from a couple hundred follows to 10k.... jesus

inb4 they announce a spinoff.

 

Time Traveller Dullahan, Machi

Reading this chapter made my poor hard-science allergic brain cry.

Distance has no meaning in the warp.
 

It's quantum, we don't have to explain shit.

KOFF. Following what you're saying...

...they'll need Gellar Fields soon, in that case.

 

Oh? Just because at the current state of science and technology, it's all chaos in the quantum level and to merely observe things means changing them in the very act of observation, doesn't mean that we can't improve further in this field in the coming years.

Nope, a "real-world" wormhole would have to involve a certain amount of hidden space.  General relativity doesn't allow a direct, instant connection from point A to point B, because that would require an infinitely sharp curvature in spacetime.  The wormhole has to have at least some internal "length", even if it's much shorter than the distance from A to B through normal space.

Distance has no meaning in the warp.
 

What, you don't like the explanation that "quants can lead to wormholes and warp travel"? ;p

It's quantum, we don't have to explain shit.

No to progress of science cause it would look weird if i hold the head of my student while it is attached to her head.

AAAAH BAD QUANTUM PHYSICS PSUEDOSCIENCE

 

MY ONE TRUE WEAKNESS

What, you don't like the explanation that "quants can lead to wormholes and warp travel"? ;p

My only nitpick with this comment is how you indirectly refer to Machi with IT, otherwise, i fully agree with you.

 

One of my least favourite cliche is when some intellectual character explains something in detail only for their listener to totally blanked out and so the intellectual character has to dumb down their explanation, so i'm glad this manga resort to easy-to-understand and interest-inducing explanation from the start instead of wasting pages for detailed explanation that in-universe will be for naught (cuz the in-universe listener won't get it anyway).

 

Cuz, you know, like what Einstein said, and i quote:

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."

 

first thanks, my mistake, already fixed ... not native english speaker, sometimes I make dumb mistakes, didn't want to refer her as IT. (after all she's my fav from the group)

 

second, I really like that Einstein quote, I make high school and first years of college classes in math (as a private tutor), cause I prefer to have control and understand very well the topics, and can use simple examples for them instead of making advanced classes that I really saw those topics in the past but I haven't mastered those topics.

YOU'RE NOT TRUE FRIENDS IF PEOPLE DON'T WONDER IF YOU ACTUALLY HATE EACH OTHER.

>FU fgt

<smd

 

<>hahahahaha

YOU'RE NOT TRUE FRIENDS IF PEOPLE DON'T WONDER IF YOU ACTUALLY HATE EACH OTHER.

AAAAH BAD QUANTUM PHYSICS PSUEDOSCIENCE

 

MY ONE TRUE WEAKNESS

the point there is him explaining to non physicist, and most of all a student, why wouldn't he do that? would you explain in detail to only get a "what?" or would you try to make her understand in a more simple way and get IT interested?? 

 

My only nitpick with this comment is how you indirectly refer to Machi with IT, otherwise, i fully agree with you.

 

One of my least favourite cliche is when some intellectual character explains something in detail only for their listener to totally blanked out and so the intellectual character has to dumb down their explanation, so i'm glad this manga resort to easy-to-understand and interest-inducing explanation from the start instead of wasting pages for detailed explanation that in-universe will be for naught (cuz the in-universe listener won't get it anyway).

 

Cuz, you know, like what Einstein said, and i quote:

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."

Steins;Dullahan

Dullahan;Gate

The latter seems more fitting.

I was going to make a Schrodinger's Dullahan joke, but they beat me to it.

I feel like this is literally what Schrodinger was making fun of in his "cat in a box" thought experiment.


It is. The whole point of the cat in a box is that having a cat be both alive and dead is ludicrous, therefore the idea of waveform collapse is ludicrous. (And the obvious conclusion is the "many worlds" theory, in which the waveforms do not actually collapse, but in which every possible value simultaneously exists in parallel. The problem is that people who push the woo-woo element hear "many worlds" and think "oh, so we can travel to these alternate universes" when the whole point is that no you can't do that. If it were possible to travel to a universe with a particular set of outcomes, then necessarily there would be, for every universe, another universe in which someone has devised a machine which sends things to a point in that universe -- and, moreover, there would be a version of that universe for every point in space and time in the target universe. Even the "many worlds" versions of the target universe which manage to escape would then have new coordinates and be a target under those new coordinates. Therefore: if it were possible to travel to alternate universes, everyone in the world would be crushed to death by lead weights dropped into our world from an alternate universe as a test of inter-dimensional travel. This has not happened, therefore it is not possible to travel into another of the "many worlds" universes.)

that moment where the Machi in sensei minds, change from a demi girl to turn into normal woman, is she in 1st place or not xd.

 

 

Ahh that was disappointing. The standard woo-woo bastardization of quantum mechanics. It always hurts more coming from a scientist character too.

the point there is him explaining to non physicist, and most of all a student, why wouldn't he do that? would you explain in detail to only get a "what?" or would you try to make her understand in a more simple way and get her interested?? 

A flight with a dullahan's head and a pill size gps transmitter could indeed be science fun.  She could be used to transport small items in a blink but short of some unethical surgery, retrieving them would be a bit messy.

I feel like this is literally what Schrodinger was making fun of in his "cat in a box" thought experiment.

Eh his point covers it right. He doesn't go into the double slit experiment, but if a person wants to understand even the most basic of basics about quantum physics, then this sums it up sufficiently. He doesn't spend time talking about the decoherence, but it's just enough to get the potential scientist reader interested and gives them a potential starting point. 
I'm personally not gonna hold it against the manga because the point in the chapter ebbs from understanding the how and why and ultimately gets at the character development of machi that the arc was going for in the first place. 
To me then, that's a clever way of going about it and also shows a number of dynamics:
Accepting her as she is.
Her brilliance going from "Well I'm just doing this to answer questions" to "I... actually might want to become a scientist" level. With a goal and dream in life being achieved.
And so on. 
For that, I give this manga much much higher ratings now because it dared to wander into this bit of territory.

It likely doesn't. The basic physics required for most science and engineering studies only covers basic mechanics, electricity, and magnetism. Quantum physics and other more advanced topics occur in classes at least one level higher than those two.

As a physicist, i concur.

At least at my institution the fields which biologists have to touch upon do not extend further than EM, and even that is pretty basic (when seen from a physicsit's point of view).

Heck, even our nanotech guys are not required to sit a full course of QM - though quite a few do try to.


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