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August 21 2017

18:34

There is no control group and, with participation costing so much, no one involved is very randomised. Despite these criticisms of the science, Dr Karmazin is still reporting positive results. His team has found that levels of carcino-embryonic antigens fell by around 20%, as did the level of amyloids – proteins involved in cancer and Alzheimer’s disease respectively.

Improvements in sleep seem to be the most glittering prize to emerge so far: “As people get older, they have much more difficulty sleeping,” Dr Karmazin noted. Improve that and you get benefits in mood, immune system, weight management and much else.

It answers the question: how do you sleep at night after leeching the blood out of busboys and students? Just fine, thanks.

Ambrosia: the startup harvesting the blood of the young | Society | The Guardian
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August 20 2017

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It isn’t worth it!

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August 19 2017

19:43
Yellowstone currently leaks around 6GW in heat,” Wilcox says. “Through drilling in this way, it could be used to create a geothermal plant, which generates electric power at extremely competitive prices of around $0.10/kWh. You would have to give the geothermal companies incentives to drill somewhat deeper and use hotter water than they usually would, but you would pay back your initial investment, and get electricity which can power the surrounding area for a period of potentially tens of thousands of years. And the long-term benefit is that you prevent a future supervolcano eruption which would devastate humanity.
BBC - Future - Nasa’s ambitious plan to save Earth from a supervolcano
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August 18 2017

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Er führt die Alt-Right-Website The Right Stuff und den Podcast The Daily Shoah. ("Shoah" ist das hebräische Wort für den Genozid an Juden im Zweiten Weltkrieg.) Als der Antisemit im Januar von Unbekannten auf 8chan gedoxxt wurde, stellte sich heraus, dass er mit einer Jüdin verheiratet war. Inzwischen hat das Paar sich getrennt.
Neonazis haben schreckliche Angst, geoutet zu werden - Broadly
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August 17 2017

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August 16 2017

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In the 1985 Terry Gilliam dystopian film, Brazil, there is a short scene wherein the protagonist, Sam, phones into the “Central Services” to get his heating and air conditioning fixed. He finds his requests dispassionately and politely declined. Amusingly, renegade repairman Archibald Tuttle intercepts the request and infiltrates Sam’s apartment in order to repair his air conditioning. This, of course, is a dangerous and highly illegal endeavor- “Central Services” eventually seizes Sam’s apartment because of the unauthorized repairs. Apple would be proud. In Brazil, Gilliam frames Tuttle, the third party repairman, as a literal subversive. To me, the third party repairmen who fix cracked IPhone screens are probably not that far off Gilliam’s Archibald Tuttle.
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