Accurate Dictionary

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In a time of muddled language and words losing all meaning, it falls to the best and brightest among us to engage in a heroic effort to make language correspond to reality again,... READ MORE

Monday Mood Lifters

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A wild pig has recently wandered into the center of my city, panicked and knocked over a Japanese tourist. She’ll be sharing the story of getting attacked by a boar in the middle... READ MORE

Why the blank slate is sticky

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The notion that laws of nature apply to humans gets called a lot of nasty names, such as “biological determinism”, but it is simply consistent science. This really shouldn’t be controversial. We now... READ MORE

I should do book reading livestreams

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You know how teenagers make billions of dollars live-streaming building roller-coasters in Minecraft? This gave me an idea. Live streaming, but with reading and commenting on books.  What think y’all? There’s one potential... READ MORE

The breathing cure for depression

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I may have solved another issue almost everyone has. It has to be the most googled health topic after sex stuff: brain fog, fatigue, low energy, trouble concentrating, anxiety, depression, feeling stuck in... READ MORE

The commercial case for Mars

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First of all, commercializing Mars is not the point – colonizing Mars and becoming multiplanetary is good in itself. That being said, anything that’s self-sustaining and self-replicating grows exponentially to fill all available... READ MORE

Oligarchy – a brief exposé

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It helps tremendously to understand that countries have de-facto shareholders, usually invisible by design, except with a bit of digging or their own carelessness. We have witnesssed an example of carelessness resulting in... READ MORE

Mental Hygiene 101

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Regular readers have recently been subjected to a series of articles on economics, ethics and generally abstract subjects, so I feel like I should bribe you guys with another piece of practical advice (given this is what most people are coming … Continued

Work-life balance

When people can’t find a good answer to an important question, it is usually the case that they’re not asking the right question. Obviously, that doesn’t apply to scientifically hard objective problems like nuclear fusion, room temperature superconductors and faster than … Continued

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