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  • canthinkofausername

    canthinkofausername

    March 11, 2015, 3:21 am

    This is just an example of abusing academics for political agendas. This has nothing to do with science, this is just a gathering of anti-Israeli people.

    From the article:

    "Tammi Benjamin, an American university lecturer from California, has called on NTNU Dean Digernes "to profoundly apologize to his students for misleading them and for supporting known hate mongers against the Jewish state." Ronnie Fraser, a veteran U.K. activist against academic boycotts of Israel, has called on Digernes to resign. "

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  • shoeman22

    shoeman22

    March 10, 2015, 8:20 am

    Thank you for the snarky comment.

    If you want a basic site with simple content management, Drupal is great and easy to implement. If you want anything outside of that, you can do it (and I have done it), but would I do it again? Probably not.

    Take Views for example. The builder interface is very flexible for what they do, but is it possible to do rand() ordered paging queries yet? Banged my head on that a couple years back.

    How about event management? Try making the google maps, rsvp, and calendar modules play together. Maps was particularly a problem and wound up being a performance nightmare for us.

    How about customizing the forum to make it look like a standard forum most users are familiar with?...not a huge deal, but kind of a pain the first time you run into.

    None of it is inherently a problem with Drupal, but it's just tough having done a few projects in Drupal to say it has saved me time in all situations. It absolutely has on the simple projects, no question, but on the complex cases I mentioned above, the glue code wound up being very frustrating.

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  • xoctor

    xoctor

    March 11, 2015, 12:20 am

    Its a nice theory, but its not what is usually going on.

    There are a depressingly large number of girls who really are attracted to people who treat them badly. Its a narcissistic characteristic, but we live in such a narcissistic culture that most people don't see it. Its not just girls, and its not just when choosing a partner.

    Narcissism is a defence mechanism caused by a parenting style of conditional love and being judgemental of others. The child has to provide their own sense of worth, but the parental modelling teaches superficial criteria for basing this sense of worth. Narcissists feel deeply insecure and unworthy. They are often high-achievers because they are so motivated to feel valued.

    The narcissist divides everyone into two groups: Those superior, and those inferior. One way they do that is if someone is nice to them, then they must be inferior. Other ways include social status, money, etc. Usually, narcissists end up with other narcissists due to their mutual focus on status.

    For the narcissist, if someone is unpleasant towards them, that person must be superior, and therefore appealing. A big part of the attraction is that if they can convince a superior person to like them then they must be OK. The funny thing is that if they do convince someone to treat them well then they lose respect for the person because that makes them inferior.

    The good news is that this behaviour is a valuable red-flag to save you from a world of pain. The bad news is that there's a whole lot less fish in the sea once you exclude all the narcissists... but who wants to go out with a rotten fish?

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  • Yserbius

    Yserbius

    March 10, 2015, 9:55 am

    Dude, I loved the show mainly because of the absolutely ridiculous premise. Bunch of Brits running around shooting dinosaurs! It's like it was written by someone with my taste for delightfully immature action. Dinosaurs! WOOHOO! Secret Government Guys!! Double WHOOHOO! Weird future creatures!!! Triple WHOOHOO! It's like every 80s cartoon wrapped up in one with live action.

    Or, in the words of many a fanfic author, PWP.

    Edit: this is the first I've heard of a comeback! More awesomeness ensues! Maybe Helen did survive the raptor attack... BRING IT ON!

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  • tigerthink

    tigerthink

    March 11, 2015, 12:32 am

    This blog post is a poor presentation of a classic problem. The classic problem goes like this: For any given amount X, switching has a higher expected gain than opening. So even before you've opened your envelope, you know you'll want to switch. And once you've switched you'll want to switch again, ad infinitum. It appears that you prefer Envelope A over Envelope B and Envelope B over Envelope A. So which do you really prefer?

    Consider the procedure by which the amounts in the envelopes were chosen. Do you suppose that the person used some method to choose a positive integer such that all positive integers were equiprobable, then flipped a coin to decide whether to double or halve the initial amount?

    No, because **it's impossible to sample from a uniform distribution of positive integers**. The person who chose the amounts must have used some other means to choose the first amount. So your best strategy is to make a guess about this other means, and then use the information you get from opening the first envelope to decide whether to stay or switch.

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  • dVnt

    dVnt

    March 11, 2015, 1:24 am

    Hrm, I've typed this I think 4 times over now trying to figure out just exactly how to put this:

    If you know that you're bipolar and choose to recreationally consume pharmaceuticals like Xanax, then you really shouldn't be on any drugs at all because it shows a complete lack of awareness and respect for your condition. People like you destroy what little legitimacy psychoactive pharmaceutical industry has.

    I know so many people just like you, most of them might have a chance if they could stop doing every fucking pharmaceutical that comes around.

    You say you're bipolar, I say you just haven't figured out life yet. Quit being a child and grow up. Stop soaking your brain in chemicals and you might be a little bit more normal.

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  • ilovebuckethead

    ilovebuckethead

    March 10, 2015, 9:04 pm

    more like, does everyone here have ADHD?

    I digress, I was prescribed stimulants for my ADHD, which worked, but made me all grumpy and feel like crap when they wore off. I switched to sobriety, and sure its still hard to concentrate, I dont need to be tweaked out to get things done (even though it helps a LOT). But to answer your question, weed has never helped me accomplish anything besides cooking, going out, socializing, or reading something interesting. Sure its a great plant, but for me it doesnt work for getting 'focused' but that may be because my feild is electrical engineering. I know a good amount of people it does help however

    EDIT: I would consider trying it if I were you though. Start very low dose though. Therapeutic doses are much lower than recreational and this applied with cannabis. Sometimes it works for me, but dosing isnt easy and when its in front of me I just wanna get super blazed, which DOESNT help

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  • DEADB33F

    DEADB33F

    March 11, 2015, 8:37 am

    Nice link, thanks.

    I always wondered what the optimum age for car buying is.

    I've tended to subscribe to my personal theory of paying just over scrap value for a really old car after checking it over fairly meticulously for mechanical problems.

    That way, if I missed something and the car blows up after 100 miles I can scrap it and get most of my cash back instantly. If not I get a fairly reliable car for next to no cost until it does eventually blow up, at which point I'll be able to scrap it and recover nearly all my initial investment.

    Older cars do use more fuel though due to the degradation in the efficiency of an older engine. That is more of a consideration to me than whether it's mechanically sound (which I can check for myself before buying). I don't believe your link takes this into account.

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  • habisch

    habisch

    March 10, 2015, 8:03 am

    When I was young (3-4 years old), my mom was driving me somewhere and I was sitting in the backseat. As was apparently usual, we'd drive along and my mom would explain things to me as we drove by - how the basics in life worked. I had a tendency to always answer her explanations with "I know, mom." Every time she would explain something that a 4 year old should clearly not have any idea about, I would respond with "I know." She always assumed it was just some phrase I had picked up and was repeating, until one day she decided to finally ask...

    Mom: <explains something>

    Me: "I know."

    Mom: <explains something else>

    Me: "I know, mom."

    Mom: "Ok, smarty pants, how do you know all of this?"

    Me: "Because I was here before." (cue mother getting freaked out)

    Mom: "You were here before, what do you mean?"

    Me: "I mean I was here before."

    Mom: "Well, when were you here?"

    Me: "When Andrew Jackson was president."

    Needless to say, mom was freaked - conversation ended and that's it. I've heard this story a bunch since getting older. I had no previous exposure to any American history or presidents (I was 4 for crying out loud). To this day she is creeped out and has no idea where it came from.

    Not that I believe in it, but I always thought a Past Life Regression hypnosis session could be incredibly interesting.

    EDIT: formatting

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  • canthinkofausername

    canthinkofausername

    March 11, 2015, 7:07 am

    This is just an example of abusing academics for political agendas. This has nothing to do with science, this is just a gathering of anti-Israeli people.

    From the article:

    "Tammi Benjamin, an American university lecturer from California, has called on NTNU Dean Digernes "to profoundly apologize to his students for misleading them and for supporting known hate mongers against the Jewish state." Ronnie Fraser, a veteran U.K. activist against academic boycotts of Israel, has called on Digernes to resign. "

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  • dienstbier

    dienstbier

    March 10, 2015, 11:10 am

    I met Denver Pyle in Alaska at a buffet.

    I met Andy Dick in the lobby of a hotel in Austin after a friend's wedding.

    I met the whole band KISS after a show in Omaha, NE in the 80's. Gene Simmons wanted the shirt that my brother had airbrushed, and in exchange gave my brother a vest autographed by the whole band. We sat and chatted with Gene and Paul Stanley for about 30 minutes, they were really casual and friendly. And the only drinks we saw in their dressing area were sodas, etc. It was pretty amazing, especially because my brothers and I were HUGE fans.

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  • ghibmmm

    ghibmmm

    March 10, 2015, 12:02 pm

    You have made many such errors. That you don't know them points to your inability to recognize them.

    It is not important to achieve the opposite of what we have now, I said that as a figure of speech. Clearly there are good things about what we have right now, and we wish to maximize them.

    As I have said many times, the only thing that is even remotely feasible to accomplish is the dismantling of all violent systems of control. Past that, there is only a free world, where each person can make decisions without threat of injury or death. People will decide what works best for them, whether it takes the form of cooperatives or hierarchal institutions - I find it likely there will be a mixture of both, depending on the industry. That is absolutely the best you can ask for. Certainly, if the hierarchal systems are always inherently inefficient, as you claim, then people will gravitate towards better systems.

    I think it was Aristotle originally who said something along the lines of "it's not about proving which of us is right, we are both in pursuit of the truth."

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  • Sektor7g

    Sektor7g

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 pm

    >our capacity for denial

    I've been blown away by this. I'm in Alaska, and a guy I used to work for talked about how the colder weather we've been having the last couple years basically proves that the whole 'Global Warming Conspiracy' is a liberal hoax.

    Seriously?

    I can almost see how a person could convince themselves of that if they lived somewhere else (cognitive dissonance ftw) but we're in ALASKA. 15 years ago there were glaciers a 10 minute drive from where I lived. Now they're FUCKING GONE. GONE! But I'm sure that's just another liberal tree-hugger trick somehow...

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  • hammerandsickle

    hammerandsickle

    March 10, 2015, 8:30 am

    True, I had to make an argument for permitting concealed carry on college campus and one of the points I made was that buildings should have a gun locker that people have to check their handguns in first before proceeding further into the building. As much as I love gun rights I do realize that in certain situations guns would be a distraction such as in a learning environment. The same would apply to bars; a person would have to check their gun before going in and not be allowed to have it back until they prove that they are not drunk.

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  • stumo

    stumo

    March 10, 2015, 12:18 pm

    > You've already been informed at least once that your country has one of the highest rates of firearms ownership in the world.

    I didn't need to be informed of that, I already knew it. And they're long guns, not handguns. Do you know the difference?

    > Clearly, it must not be just a matter of who owns what guns, or how many they own.

    Clearly, it's a difference of owing handguns vs long guns. You really seem confused by this. Long guns are used for hunting and defense in the wilderness, hand guns are small and used on people. We have lots of the former, and almost none of the latter.

    And anytime I see this ... "a matter of who owns what guns".. I suspect there's an undercurrent regarding skin pigmentation. Is there?

    > If you drop your weapons fixation and actually look at the sociology involved, you might actually change your mind.

    If you actually knew the issues involved (handguns vs long guns) then you might be able to better understand the issues. Should I go over it again? Long guns = shooting animals. Hand guns = shooting people.

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  • p3ngwin

    p3ngwin

    March 10, 2015, 10:52 pm

    i appreciate your post filled with info to help me. i will indeed look into Fourier and the various transformations attributed to him (i have touched video encoding using this method).

    as for abstractions, well i think in term of time and energy. these are the things this universe use. different forms of energy expressed in the human concept of time.

    i am one of those people that would actually benefit from the learning of the workings of the one example, as i can usually extrapolate and abstract the knowledge them to a general rule that applies to anything.

    it is perhaps the reason that this video (which i've seen since a couple of years) seems too detached from anything, that i am unable to reason with it.

    it doesn't help that the viewer is expected to start from an already difficult position: "we start with a material that follows no known laws of this universe, but it has some laws of it's own...."

    that is starting from too far from anything that makes sense to me, such that i am better off starting from here and *then*going *there* :)

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  • mindbleach

    mindbleach

    March 11, 2015, 4:12 am

    Reality TV is a genre that will probably outlive all of us. It's an extension of the game show genre that takes advantage of plentiful cameras with ample footage and relies on good editing and the basic unpredictability of people in strange competitions to produce semi-interesting filler between commercials. It's quick, it's easy, it's cheap in bulk, and it doesn't require any of those pesky writer assholes.

    Reality TV approaches the logical endpoint of ad-supported television: infinite novelty produced as lazily as possible. Ads are the reason we have long seasons, mid-show cliffhangers, and an endless stream of cookie-cutter nonsense.

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  • avacadomotto

    avacadomotto

    March 10, 2015, 6:34 pm

    Hmm.. I definitely veto the public/cuddling/watching a movie setting. You need to sit her down so that it's a conversation that doesn't sound like it's an "oh, by the way.." thing. You should sit her down with the express reason of telling her this. Though I don't recommend saying "we need to talk" or "there's something about me I haven't told you." because that might freak her out even more.

    Maybe you could bring it up while you're hanging out with her. You could start off by talking about exes and then you could mention that you were dating this one chick who cheated on you and low and behold.. genital warts! That way she'll know it isn't because you're some manwhore or something... And you can mention that you've only had one actual bump and that there's that vaccination to keep her from being affected...

    Honestly I'm not sure how one would go about bringing such a thing up... But if she's a med student she really should suck it up and stop freaking out about ear wax and puss.

    Also, once she knows she might break up with you out of irrational fears, especially because she's that skittish about such things. Or she'll start picking lots of fights and use that as an excuse to break up with you. Especially because she's a virgin, because STIs are the biggest fears of virgins.

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  • bware189

    bware189

    March 10, 2015, 7:56 am

    My ear blocked up one time back in highschool to the point that I could not hear anything. I went to the doctor, and the nurse pulled this rather large plunger out from the drawer. She filled it with water, and put the tip into my ear (really uncomfortable, let alone the suspense of watching her play with this foreign shit). She then forced the lever and out shot a handful of brown, caramelly looking ear salad. I wish I had taken a picture, because the story alone made me the 2nd most popular kid in my english class for 2 weeks!

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  • Fixhotep

    Fixhotep

    March 10, 2015, 10:19 am

    So there are 3 sides to this story: the present, medieval and future. The present is the real, regular story line.

    The medieval story line was what she wrote in the book. Being that she died before writing the final chapter, he finished it.

    The future story line is what he wrote as the final chapter.

    So, in her story the conquistador (him) ends up at the tree of life (her) and "lives forever" with her by drinking of the sap and becoming... plantlife.

    And, centuries later, he takes her to the dying star where they both "die" together.

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  • thepensivepoet

    thepensivepoet

    March 11, 2015, 7:03 am

    Just start with the wikipedia articles on the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

    Start reading the news from as many sources as possible. CNN, Fox, BBC, local stations, etc. Never trust a single source and try to ignore the biased language you get.

    Don't listen to pundits. Ever.

    If you aren't sure what to believe about a particular bill or law that is being argued in the news, go to the US.gov website and read the damn thing for yourself. Form your own opinions.

    If it sounds like a lot of work that's because it is. It isn't easy to be independently educated. It's hard work to form your own opinions and really, really easy to simply accept those of the people around you.

    Groupthink is common because it's convenient.

    The abridged version of the Iraq war is this.

    9/11 happens

    Bush uses the frenzy to accelerate military actions in Iraq, despite the fact that there weren't any solid ties between Saddam and Al Qaida.

    They have Weapons of Mass Destruction!

    Iraq government destroyed, Saddam hanged.

    Oh, they didn't really have WMDs. My bad.

    And we're still stuck there because it's kind of hard to just up and leave a country after you destroy the local government. Looks kinda bad. We broke it, we bought it.

    If you really want to learn about why the war in Iraq sucks, read up on Alexander the Great's adventures in the same area. And then the Russians tried, too. Everyone has had the same experience. You simply cannot pacify the area without spreading yourself out thin. As soon as you pull out the militant forces take it back. I wish Bush read history books.

    Anyway, we're in Afghanistan because that's actually where a lot of the Al Qiada guys are. But they're also in Pakistan and everywhere else, too. Our military is currently doing a lot of superfun work like burning down opium farm crops because that's where AQ is getting most of their money. Seems like a bass ackward way of fighting a war if you ask me, but that's what it is. A guy posted an AMA article here a few weeks ago that directly participated in the crop burnings with the Army/Marines or something.

    Good luck making sense of all this.

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  • Spocktease

    Spocktease

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 pm

    Tell you a story. Three years ago, I had unprotected sex with a girl. I was later informed that she had HPV. I sat on my bony ass for two years, afraid to date, afraid to have sex, disgusted with myself as much as I was disgusted with the girl who had committed a lie of omission. I never developed any symptoms, even after two years. When I found a girlfriend, we dated for a short while, and got to know each other, and were finally ready for sex. But I couldn't let her give herself to me without telling her what was on my mind. To fail at honesty was not something I was prepared to do. So I told her. And she informed that she had had the shots and that it was no problem. In fact, I was approximately ten times more concerned about it than she was. She said I was a good person for telling her because she knew how hard it must have been for me, especially after two years without any play whatsoever.

    The infection is trivial to men, and easily prevented in women. Tell her, and she'll love you for it. There's no reason to hide this.

    You're a good person just for seeking advice about this, because when I thought I had contracted it, I didn't even know about Reddit. All I could do was dig around endlessly for a clue as to what to do.

    You don't shoot liquid hot magma out of your dick. You have a trivial infection against which she can be vaccinated. Tell her gently, help her understand how difficult it is for you to pass the information, and that you felt it would dishonorable for you to keep it from her.

    You're the man.

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  • sockpuppet7

    sockpuppet7

    March 10, 2015, 6:23 am

    We've steadily been rolling out Drupal in an enterprise environment with potential content editor users in the thousands and views in the hundred of thousands each month. Total we have spent is half my yearly salary for 1.5 years (since I only get to work on it half-time) so about $60k total, plus the cost of our student assistant for 1 year, about $10k total = $70k. We will have a support plan in place with Acquia which will cost about $10k/year. This is nowhere near millions and is less costly then the other options we looked at.

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