on then low philosophical level, epidemiological studies are just large sets of anecdotal cases
how can the propulsion work here?
does it make space colonies and storage travel more feasible?
imagine if we already achieved nuclear fusion, how would it change the everyday life?
You have all my votes for retroactive funding
on top you always have time for books you cook, commute, drive, run, etc
you never know until you try!
I don't structure reading, i read/listen whenever I can books depend, some i finish in 1h, some take 50h to finish, on average it's ~10h per book i'd say
do you have a list of quotes? might be very useful to other people
always e2e, never skim
my review of "The Psychology of Money" by Morgan Housel — https://yabc.borodutch.com/the-psychology-of-money/
no worries, you're on mute too
when talking health there is no place for opinions, only facts and research; whoever disagrees is not educated enough on the amount of cases when "opinions over data" caused worldwide suffering
☝️ exactly this when i was building bots on telegram people kept saying that what i had built was sub-par or too easy, e.g. anti-spam captcha for groups or voice transcription to text people who criticize don't know that building simple products is orders of magnitude harder than building overcomplicated crap
yep! it's actually extremely simple! i unsubbed from spotify and subbed to audible workout, commute, driving, cooking, cleaning, doing routine tasks — i now read all the time!
the correct way to respond to a peer-reviewed meta-study is a newer or larger peer-reviewed meta-study otherwise, you're just pushing your opinion to not appear wrong sometimes you're wrong, and adults usually admit and move on but you can't you go to the list of muted users enjoy unrestricted uv and consequences!
ok this is instant recast
i love hard sci-fi from fiction and non-fiction based on scientific research that can improve one's life :) i don't think i ever applied anything from fiction to real-life, non-fiction has so much more applicable advice per 100 pages i also find most fiction characters lacking depth as compared to irl people
ffs it's literally *one google query* away, *educate* yourselves, stop believing bs from the internet > There is little evidence that sunscreen decreases 25(OH)D concentration when used in real-life settings, suggesting that concerns about vitamin D should not negate skin cancer prevention advice. bit.ly/3O88ymu
ffs there is no nuance no sunblock is 100% effective whatever good parts there are, they get through the sunscreen without the risk of cancer
no one questions that it is questionable no paper is 100% perfect but it is *the closest* we get to the truth the alternative to peer-reviewed data is either no data or non-peer-reviewed data both are terrible
enjoy your life and do things the way that you can safely get a full night sleep without waking up worrying about anything!