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  1. #776
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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    There is nothing that would prevent indpendent researchers from conducting clinical trials with Enbrel for off label use for Alzheimer's. The size and cost of such a trial would be much smaller than the cost of an FDA-compliant trial to make Alzheimer's a labeled indication. As far as the eating healthy shit, you do realize that TGR is the all-bacon diet headquarters. (But good advice.)
    You can bet that every company that has an TNF inhibitor, including the largest one in the world (Humira) will either already have similar data or be thinking about that trial.

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    It's pretty normal to grant a new patent to a drug for a new use I believe. I wonder why Pfizer didn't try to go that way.

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    Next month, on July 10th, the planet Jupiter will get so close to earth that up to 4 of its moons will be visible.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jupiter...th-binoculars/
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

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    Cool Science thread

    Don’t bogart that brazier, my friend:

    https://www.npr.org/732084138

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    Must have been a cool piece of gear back in the day^^. Heat the rocks in a fire, drop them in the brazier, put the weed on top - it's prehistoric vaping!

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    article link to nasa's media site which has put all media online to view for free, over 140,000 images: https://www.physics-astronomy.org/20...a-library.html
    Eat em up Houston Cougars !

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    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0626133800.htm

    The first AI universe sim is fast and accurate and its creators don't know how it works

    For the first time, astrophysicists have used artificial intelligence techniques to generate complex 3D simulations of the universe. The results are so fast, accurate and robust that even the creators aren't sure how it all works. The Deep Density Displacement Model can accurately simulate how the cosmos would look if certain parameters were tweaked -- such as the dark matter composition of the universe -- even though the model never received training data where those parameters varied.
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    the situation strikes me as WAY too much drama at this point

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    Cool Science thread

    That is pretty cool. ^^^

    And maybe a bit unnerving...

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    Upwards of 5 feet of hail fell in Guadalajara yesterday: https://www.npr.org/2019/07/01/73758...os-guadalajara


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    ICE really is making things tough for the Mexicans.
    ¡Órale, vato!

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    They could make margarita pops with it.
    watch out for snakes

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    Scientists capture 4D atomic movement in breakthrough experiment
    https://www.engadget.com/2019/07/01/...ment-captured/

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    Maggots are the answer to feeding a human population that's heading to nine billion people

    https://nationalpost.com/news/world/...billion-people
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    Some potentially interesting developments for battery tech and geothermal
    https://phys.org/news/2019-07-materi...ry-future.html
    https://phys.org/news/2019-07-earth-...gy-source.html

    Even chimps like TV together
    https://phys.org/news/2019-07-great-...nd-videos.html

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    https://m.phys.org/news/2019-07-ultr...ectricity.html

    Ultra-thin layers of rust generate electricity from flowing water
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    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...ough-patients/

    Scientists decode brain speech signals into text in breakthrough for patients with severe disabilities
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    https://thenextweb.com/insights/2019...s-dice-or-not/

    Quantum Darwinism may solve the question of whether God plays dice or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by reckless toboggan View Post
    https://thenextweb.com/insights/2019...s-dice-or-not/

    Quantum Darwinism may solve the question of whether God plays dice or not
    Interesting article (I loooooved quantum theory, but sucked at math and became a biologist instead), but I don't like the analogy to species evolution (it's not "Darwinism"). From what I garnered from the article, the described phenomenon seems more of a filter, a mechanism capable of biasing what becomes observable in the "classic" world, although "filter" isn't an appropriate analogy either. Regardless, there's no mention of this process leading to the evolution of new forms of particles.
    ¡Órale, vato!

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    Making spherical aberration a thing of the past...

    A Mexican Physicist Solved a 2,000-Year Old Problem That Will Lead to Cheaper, Sharper Lenses

    http://flip.it/Y8xGO7
    Not a good link... Flip 8th article down

    Thanks to Rafael G. González-Acuña, a doctoral student at Mexico’s Tecnológico de Monterrey. After months of work, he managed to come up with a mind-melting equation that provides an analytical solution for counteracting spherical aberration, which had been previously formulated back in 1949 as the Wasserman-Wolf problem which has stumped scientists for decades.
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

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    ^^^ that is fucking awesome.

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    A genetic basis for severe heart disease in humans - An evolutionary conserved mechanism in higher primates missing in peeples.

    https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com...-heart-disease

    Ajit Varki, a pioneer in the field of glycobiology, was one of my profs during grad school.
    ¡Órale, vato!

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