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    I was surprised to learn Luciferase is a thing....

    I was surprised to learn Luciferase is a thing. It's a gene. The Luciferase gene is the light bearer gene. It's not the devil gene, or 666 gene, or whatever.

    Researchers create replication...
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    I don't know about super human but your immune...

    I don't know about super human but your immune system is better trained to fight Covid than it was after the the first two jabs. Because your immune system not only produced new antibodies in...
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    I'm not sure which study is being discussed but...

    I'm not sure which study is being discussed but researchers had to retract several preprint studies that miscalculated higher heart inflammation risk for Moderna and Pfizer Covid vaccines due to math...
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    The article is paywalled so I can't decipher its...

    The article is paywalled so I can't decipher its specific claims but so far in the clinical trials there have been no vaccine-induced myocarditis in children, age 5-11.

    Myocarditis typically does...
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    Because vaccination dramatically reduces severity...

    Because vaccination dramatically reduces severity and the risk of death the fact that breakthrough infections happen makes vaccination even more important, not less. That means — either way — none of...
  6. The Cardiff Cat guy also does group trips on the...

    The Cardiff Cat guy also does group trips on the road. I've seen him drop off a group of inexperienced tourons, folks who struggle with kick turns, at Georges. I don't know if the Cardiff trips are...
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    Yeah that quote making the list was a head...

    Yeah that quote making the list was a head scratcher. Whereas if you put $100 in SHIB eight months ago you would have about $750k right now. This person bought about $8,000 worth of SHIB last August...
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    Such Weird Energy 390714

    Such Weird Energy

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    According to the search warrant the guns were on...

    According to the search warrant the guns were on a cart outside the set because of COVID-19 safety protocols. The cast and crew had been preparing for the scene before lunch but then took a meal...
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    Increasingly crypto in general and Bitcoin...

    Increasingly crypto in general and Bitcoin specifically are becoming controlled by capital and not the community. Bitcoin is not entirely decentralized and transfers are already being blocked for...
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    I said, "research was done on mutant SARS-related...

    I said, "research was done on mutant SARS-related coronaviruses in mice. The question is whether this work on mice constitutes GOF research and whether the NIH knew about it." The subject was mutant...
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    Nonsense. The NYTimes, Newsweek, CNN, Fox News,...

    Nonsense. The NYTimes, Newsweek, CNN, Fox News, and many more are all covering the story not only today but have been doing so all along.
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    Sir this is a Wendy’s... errr vaccine thread and...

    Sir this is a Wendy’s... errr vaccine thread and Aspen knows better than to talk about rat flu origins here when that discussion is reserved for the other thread, right?

    FWIW, the issue isn't...
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    He wasn't wrong, let alone lying, because 54-46...

    He wasn't wrong, let alone lying, because 54-46 wasn't per se equating COVID with the flu. He said he was glad to be vaxxed because it made his breakthrough infection feel like something less severe...
  15. I'm not sure if the pink hue in the photo above...

    I'm not sure if the pink hue in the photo above (the color could look different on other screens) is algae because when the color change happens throughout the Wasatch it's usually preceded by...
  16. The dust is especially noticeable in the spring....

    The dust is especially noticeable in the spring. Sometimes it can make the snowpack look orangish-pink:

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    It's not very scientific, but my own anecdotal experience is the later the...
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    It's a Super App eCommerce strategy like...

    It's a Super App eCommerce strategy like Tencent's WeChat with PayPal combining social media, mobile payments, and crypto. Pinterest is as addictive as Instagram or Snap for older millennials with...
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    I think commercial air travel is a good analogy....

    I think commercial air travel is a good analogy. From a safety standpoint nuclear energy is to air travel as commuting on a motorcycle is to fossil fuel energy.

    And who said anything about jumping...
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    JPMorgan's Great Resignation ‘21 Guesstimate: ...

    JPMorgan's Great Resignation ‘21 Guesstimate:


    35% financial cushion with unemployment benefits, stimulus, savings
    20% early retirees
    10% immigration and visa issues
    10% rise in...
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    What's getting ignored is even when something...

    What's getting ignored is even when something goes wrong with nuclear power, even downwind of Chernobyl, it's still less bad than air pollution from fossil fuels.

    Electricity demand is outpacing...
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    In spite of hitting new highs of $66K Bitcoin is...

    In spite of hitting new highs of $66K Bitcoin is just as volatile today as when it was worth $6,600, or $660, or $66. Bitcoin's price does not become less volatile as adoption grows:
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    There has been a lot of discussion...

    There has been a lot of discussion about the Covid risk to younger people with many dismissing any concern because the fatality rate is so low <50.

    However, among other things the risk of lung...
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    Who said anything about perfectly safe? There...

    Who said anything about perfectly safe?

    There is nothing where the risk is zero. Existence is inherently risky. The idea that something is only a good idea, or can only be done, if the risk is...
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    Is it that bad in reality? The media made...

    Is it that bad in reality? The media made Fukushima look bad and HBO put together an excellent miniseries on Chernobyl, both captured popular imagination. But how bad is nuclear power compared with...
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    It's strange that Fukushima still receives so...

    It's strange that Fukushima still receives so much attention since not one death can be attributed to the nuclear accident.

    Whereas the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami killed +20,000 people...
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    Where's the trick? After all you yourself say GME...

    Where's the trick? After all you yourself say GME is "still up a ludicrous amount from a year ago." If you're claiming I always "present extrema" (can you even provide another example?) aren't you...
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    Due to Quebec curtailing the amount of hydro...

    Due to Quebec curtailing the amount of hydro Bitcoin miners are allowed, Canadian miners are increasingly relying on fossil fuels from Alberta. Ever since China banned BTC mining the industry as...
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    The safest plan is to ignore the advice of...

    The safest plan is to ignore the advice of internet strangers and do what the manufacturer/FDA recommends. That said, there are two main opposing things to consider. The first is the more time...
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    Bitcoin doesn't work as a business payments rail....

    Bitcoin doesn't work as a business payments rail. 93% of El Salvadoran companies are reporting no bitcoin payments because while Salvadoran's have joined the Chivo network, a centralized payment...
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    What false equivalence? Aren't there lots of...

    What false equivalence? Aren't there lots of people, including corrupt bureaucrats and politicians, foregoing vaccines and instead touting drugs like Regeneron because they don't trust institutions...
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    If a person thinks $712 for a 5 day course of...

    If a person thinks $712 for a 5 day course of Merck pills costs too much or $2,100 per dose of Regeneron is ridiculous then stick it to Big Pharma, corrupt bureaucrats and politicians by getting a...
  32. If you like westerns Tim Blake Nelson is very...

    If you like westerns Tim Blake Nelson is very good in Old Henry.
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    The article asks if we should stop turning...

    The article asks if we should stop turning ordinary fries into freedom fries with just a cough by doing the sorts of things we should have been doing all along, not full pandemic measures:


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  34. William Shatner is about to be the oldest person...

    William Shatner is about to be the oldest person ever blasted into space. Here's everything you need to know: It's not looking good for the astronauts accompanying Shatner....

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  36. This is so dumb that it's probably not worth the...

    This is so dumb that it's probably not worth the click. Still, you gotta love Jason Kidd's commitment:

    https://twitter.com/korkedbats/status/1446258806040694784
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    While it's undoubtedly true a lot of people are...

    While it's undoubtedly true a lot of people are being left behind, I would argue the root cause is the slowing overall pace of innovation. It's one of the reasons why I tend to focus less on the...
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    If the feds are going to regulate crypto...

    If the feds are going to regulate crypto accounts, in particular interest bearing accounts, that begs the question whether there will be some sort of FDIC insurance. I think both are a bad idea: no...
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    According to your glassnode source ‘2% of...

    According to your glassnode source ‘2% of Network Entities Control 71.5% of All Bitcoin’. While other more recent analysis shows Bitcoin's ownership concentration is much higher: About 95% of...
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    I suppose you mean Bitcoin is similar to TCP/IP...

    I suppose you mean Bitcoin is similar to TCP/IP in that it allows packets of data to travel through the network. But the fact remains, unlike TCP/IP and DNS, Bitcoin is crypto 1.0 and is inefficient...
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    Yesterday was Leif Erikson day. Unlike tomorrow...

    Yesterday was Leif Erikson day. Unlike tomorrow when we recognize the guy who made a mess of calculating the Earth’s diameter by crediting him as the only person at the time who knew the earth was...
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    While I agree as a matter of principle, it's a...

    While I agree as a matter of principle, it's a little aphoristic, and aphorisms are only easy to understand when you skip the explanations. It’s sort of like saying "trust the science" when knowing...
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    Following up on the vaccine related myocarditis...

    Following up on the vaccine related myocarditis discussion — it's very rare and usually mild. The vast majority of cases are mild and people recover quickly:

    The risk of developing inflammation of...
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    There's a growing body of evidence from both lab...

    There's a growing body of evidence from both lab results and real world data that an adenovirus-vector vaccine 1st, followed by an mRNA 2nd dose results in a better immune response than 2 doses of...
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    I don't know, folks here have posted articles...

    I don't know, folks here have posted articles with similar themes about how the only way to beat anti-vaccine trolls is by openly and honestly discussing vaccine data. How scientists need to be...
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    They're doing it out of an abundance of caution...

    They're doing it out of an abundance of caution because they have more Pfizer data: “Based on the precautionary principle, we will in future only invite children and young people to receive [the...
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    Associating concerns about environmental...

    Associating concerns about environmental pollution with vaccines doesn't make sense because the health risks due to airborne pollution from tires are well documented. To say that because some of...
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    While it's true we don't know everything the...

    While it's true we don't know everything the constant refrain that we don't the long term risk of the vaccines is overstated. The risks associated with vaccines are almost entirely short term risks...
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    Hillary Woke Up This Mornin'...

    Hillary Woke Up This Mornin'...
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    While it might seem strange to highlight...

    While it might seem strange to highlight JPMorgan's take given Bitcoin is often marketed as rebellion against a crooked financial system, according to the latest research the bluster is mostly...
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