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Alexey Guzey on Twitter: ""There's no amount of genius that can invent fletching if you're a cave man, it's purely a product of dumb luck, and some cultures just didn't happen to have the right collection of flukes align for them." https://t.co/YYQFEPWKpU" / Twitter
Ian Seiple on Twitter: "Are you intermittent fasting? You should definitely read this. Actually, everybody should read it. Ethan intermittent fasted for 7 years, realized there wasn’t good data in humans, and then ran a clinical trial. He changed his own mind. Exceptional." / Twitter
Santiago 🎃 on Twitter: "Mind-blowing stuff: Facebook's TransCoder is a deep learning algorithm that's capable of migrating code from one language to another. (Just stop for a second, and think about this!) Produced code even pass unit tests! Quick read: https://t.co/EFufdg7U0m https://t.co/7BLlaNGgbA" / Twitter
Tom Ellis on Twitter: "My (short) take on the technology and research achievements of the synthetic biology community over the last decade. TL;DR - we crushed it 👍 https://t.co/z8iYLcW3jn" / Twitter
Alexey Guzey on Twitter: ""It’s not a coincidence that [SpaceX is] ranked #1 for both stress and sense of meaning." https://t.co/UHXu12sC2U https://t.co/0dbvRrUijF >“What people can’t understand,” Hiers said ... “is how much fun Vietnam was. I loved it. I loved it, and I can’t tell anybody.”" / Twitter
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owen cyclops 🧠 on Twitter: "the main issue with video games is that a guy who, if he lived in 1820s germany, would have done something like document every type of beetle in his local province instead ends up making a 26 part youtube series about how to get all the rings in every sonic game" / Twitter
Elon Musk on Twitter: "Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD." / Twitter
(2) Afri Schoedon on Twitter: "There are interesting rumors that future versions of Microsoft Windows will be based on GNU/Linux kernel rather than a Windows kernel. It makes a lot of sense as home operating systems become less and less important in future. https://t.co/H1YXhjqE4u" / Twitter
Mahjabin Noroozi on Twitter: "This is the most detailed model of a human cell to date, obtained using x-ray, NMR and cryoelectron microscopy datasets. “Cellular landscape cross-section through a eukaryotic cell.” - by Evan Ingersoll and Gael McGill. https://t.co/YERCmdIJXH https://t.co/3pxT3blsgU" / Twitter
Patrick McKenzie on Twitter: "I am repeatedly surprised in how ahead of the curve one can be by following the right people on Twitter, for many, many curves." / Twitter
Alexey Guzey on Twitter: "Suppose someone had perfect memory but was completely average in all of their other natural abilities. What would the best job for this person be?" / Twitter
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(1) José Luis Ricón Fernández de la Puente on Twitter: "This is great: @michael_nielsen 's Principles of Effective Research https://t.co/dyAbDULlCV" / Twitter
Yaniv Erlich on Twitter: "Here is a prime example from today to Israel "organized chaos". End of the day in a vaccine center. A few doses left and will expire. Nurses go out, spot a pizza delivery guy, call him "pizza guy wanna vaccine?", jab, and another person has spike mRNA! https://t.co/cBkPqPz46W" / Twitter
computer boy on Twitter: "a kid with a weird obsession can invest more free time into something than an adult might have in a decade a nontrivial number of people I know are living off returns on human capital they accidentally created as 14 year olds" / Twitter
Chris Beiser on Twitter: "hot parenting tip: if your kid talks about wanting some big piece of professional software—Logic, After Effects, Photoshop—the returns on it are probably 100x what you’d get from piano lessons or whatever." / Twitter