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  • gwern

    gwern

    March 10, 2015, 7:12 am

    Well, melatonin may help people whose brains are broken in some way sleep-wise; but usually the term nootropics refers to *enhancement* of normal capacities.

    In that respect, melatonin has nothing to offer; just being an antioxidant is meaningless (they can be bad, did you know that? For example, antioxidants prevent the benefits of exercise), and making you sleep a little better doesn't improve things like working memory or IQ in general.

    That's why I say I'm puzzled by melatonin's inclusion - it's useful, I use it myself, it's cheap & safe, but it just doesn't do the usual nootropic things, and doesn't do anything you can't do by other methods like blackout curtains.

    (I add this last clause because I realized that the evidence that another included drug, modafinil, boosts IQ etc is modest, and besides that it's 'just' a wakefulness drug - but on a scale you can't achieve by non-pharmaceutical methods.)

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  • livingdangerously

    livingdangerously

    March 11, 2015, 5:45 am

    Roast Beef: All selling it in a canister with a belt clip

    Roast Beef: Logo all an actual photo of a German Shepherd named Yard Dancer being destroyed by the county

    Ray: Yeah! Yeah! Lots of hot sauces say they're extreme, but none really take you outside of your moral comfort zone!

    Roast Beef: All coming with a DVD of those internet video clips where like third-world people explode dynamite under elephants

    Roast Beef: Soundtrack all just "Yesterday" by the Beatles

    Ray: No.

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  • epsd101

    epsd101

    March 11, 2015, 1:09 am

    This is more of a 'macro' approach.

    1. Find the thing you like most in the world, and then do that thing. Study things that are going to make you better and more knowledgeable at that thing. In other words, study things that interest you and that you care about.

    2. Immerse yourself in that thing. Make your life revolve around doing that thing better than anybody else.

    3. Start working in that field. Find the specific area of that thing that you like most, and focus your energy there.

    3. Work hard. Be tired. Sacrifice. Do whatever it takes to get where you want to be. It's worth it.

    Be awesome, and you will feel awesome. And you'll want to keep being awesome. And the harder you work, the more fun it gets.

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  • restrik

    restrik

    March 10, 2015, 7:28 pm

    Agreed. This is why shows like Firefly were as amazing as they were...they weren't even on for a full season, and yet every episode was full of rich story telling and emotion.

    now, i might lose some credibility here, but I think one reason why there's such a difference in story quality in episodic Anime that lasts for 200-300 episodes vs one that lasts for just one season. You have a story you want to tell, and you only have a short time to tell your story and then GTFO.

    Now, with American television, the general thinking seems to be "how long can we milk this?"

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  • ultraturd

    ultraturd

    March 11, 2015, 7:36 am

    A while ago, one of my close friends died because of freak allergic reaction. About a week later, I had been at her boyfriends house sleeping on the couch. It had been pretty hard on him and I knew he was fucked up because of it.

    Well, we were up drinking beer pretty late and I decided I wanted to sleep and he went into his room. About a hour later he stumbles out of his room in the dark. He whimpers "help me" and I can barely see him. He looks wet and I figured he was super drunk and just puked on himself. I get up and turn on the lights and see that he is covered in blood from having cut his wrists open. He just falls to floor by my feet.

    The creepy thing is that the blood soaked carpet wasn't replaced until after those guys moved out.

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  • inthesky

    inthesky

    March 11, 2015, 9:06 am

    In my reply to mcescherwhat's post below I give a different (or 'stupified') explanation of how either can be correct, and I've posted it again here since it's the theme of this thread:

    Solution:

    The problem then lies in the fact that once you have switched, you ought to switch again, and this continues infinitely.

    The description of logician Raymond Smullyan's solution on Wikipedia highlights the fact that this is truly an unresolvable paradox:

    > a) Let the amount in the envelope chosen by the player be A. By swapping, the player may gain A or lose A/2. So the potential gain is strictly greater than the potential loss.

    > b) Let the amounts in the envelopes be Y and 2Y. Now by swapping, the player may gain Y or lose Y. So the potential gain is equal to the potential loss.

    **The solution depends on whether you give a value A to *one* envelope, *already chosen by the individual*, or whether you assign values Y and 2Y to each envelope *before the initial envelope is chosen*.**

    A debate is allowed because the nature of the question allows for either interpretation; in the version posted above, *"you and I [already] have envelopes"*, so the first interpretation should be used, as **an envelope is already assigned**.

    *However*, on the wikipedia page: *"One envelope contains twice as much as the other. The player may select one envelope"* **allows for the values to be assigned before an envelope is selected**, and it is permissable to argue that there is no benefit to switch once an envelope has been selected.

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  • purduegeek

    purduegeek

    March 10, 2015, 2:07 pm

    I would say it depends on the community you grow up in. I am an agnostic, and so are my father and sister; and pretty much everybody in my extended family knows that. My mom is quite religious, and she asks us to perform some rituals every once in a while which we do to keep her happy. I have had some lively debates with my grandparents and other relatives and family friends about religion, most of which usually end in my asking them to show me the proof. Nobody, to the best of my knowledge, thinks any more or less of us for being atheists/agnostics.

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  • disgustipated

    disgustipated

    March 10, 2015, 7:06 pm

    I've met many celebs, athletes and musicians, from Dennis Rodman to Wayne Rogers (Trapper John on M.A.S.H) to Steve Case (I'm an ex AOL employee).

    One of the most memorable encounters happened when I was running a restaurant in a Florida resort town. We received a call from Britney Spears' personal manager requesting two tables for her entourage. After verifying that the call was authentic, my first task was to stop the line cook from hiding a video camera in the woman's bathroom.

    This was in the '90s, when she was at her peak. The limos pulled in, and I held the door for everyone - Britney, Justin Timberlake, his parents, a few of their friends and two bodyguards, giant men who couldn't fit in a booth.

    Britney was a sweetheart. Very nice, and totally devoid of the star attitude. Justin, however, was a total douche. He turned his nose up, literally, as he walked through the door, didn't say a word when I welcomed him to the restaurant, and treated the server like shit.

    The highlight of the evening was when Miss Spears got up from her table and sat at the bar to have a cigarette. She was wearing a blouse and a leather mini skirt. The barstools were rather tall, and when she lifted herself into the stool, she turned and gave the entire cook line (we had a steak grill in the center of the restaurant) a panty shot.

    They were standard issue white cotton panties. Imagine that.

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  • Pilebsa

    Pilebsa

    March 11, 2015, 4:29 am

    >Is any among you afflicted? let him pray. Is any merry? let him sing psalms. Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord: And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him." **- James 5:13-15**

    >"And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive." **Matthew 21:22**

    Nowhere in the bible is there any recommendation of alternative medicine other than seeing a priest or praying. That would likely be considered blasphemous to the writers of scripture.

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  • dagny_as

    dagny_as

    March 10, 2015, 4:26 pm

    Not something happened to me, but to my father, and definately one of the creepeist things I've ever heard. When he was about 29 he lived with his best friend Dave, and one day bought this picture of a little boy and hung it above his bed. It was also around that time he started dating my mom, and she hated the picture, but my dad refused to get rid of it.

    Soon after he bought it, my dad woke up one morning around 3am to the sound of somebody playing basketball at the court near their place. He went to look out the window and saw what looked like a little kid shooting hoops. He went outside to check it out, but by the time he got outside the kid had disappeared. This happened about 4 nights in a row and he started to get freaked out. He mentioned it to Dave and he suggested that he ask his friend who was apparently "psychic." Now, my parents are spritual people but my dad is pretty skeptical by nature, but he decided it wouldn't hurt. My mom and dad both went and after speaking with the woman for a few minutes she asked him if they had gotten anything new. My dad told her about the picture and she told him to go home and take apart the frame to see if there was anything off about it, that maybe this thing was attracting evil or spirits. My parents, thinking this woman is batshit insane, go home and take apart the picture. They examine the frame and the poster, and notice that in one corner a part of the paper is sticking up. So my dad starts to peel and realize that there is a picture behind the picture of the boy. After peeling off the top picture of the boy, underneath there is a drawing off a devil with three crowns at the bottom corner. What's worse is that upon peeling it off, he realizes that the boys eyes had been cut out so that the devil behind the boy was looking THROUGH the eyes. Needless to say my parents were freaked the fuck out and got rid of it immediately. After that my dad never saw the kid again.

    Normally I'd call bullshit because my dad likes to exaggerate but my mother and his friend vouch for its validity.

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  • romwell

    romwell

    March 11, 2015, 8:32 am

    Well here is the distinction:

    1st case: you have X dollars, the other guy could have X/2 or 2X.

    Estimated gain for switching: 1/2(X/2-X) + 1/2(2X-X) = X/4

    2ns case: if you have X dollars, the other guy has 2X; otherwise, you

    have 2X dollars, and the other guy has X.

    Estimated gain: 1/2(2X-X)+1/2(X-2X) = 0

    So the difference is knowledge about the possible sums involved. In the first case, there are three possibilities for the amount of money in the envolopes: X/2, X, 2X. In the second case, thee are only two: X, 2X.

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  • deacon6six6

    deacon6six6

    March 11, 2015, 1:25 am

    Tobacco is tough. I started smoking cigarettes when I was 13, quit on and off a few times and thought I finally had it when I was 20...I made it 6 months. I was stressed and drunk and gave in. The first cigarette was the sweetest smoke I ever had, and it was a shitty Marlboro Light. After that, it was easy to have a second, third, and ended up smoking around a pack that night. I went back to a pack a day until after I turned 23 I got tired of waking up with a heavy chest, having high blood pressure, and just feeling like shit overall. I decided to quit and I pushed my willpower by putting myself through the two situations where I smoked the most...drinking at the bar and driving (not at the same time.) I even drove with an open pack of cigarettes next to me. Eventually the cravings just went away and now I'm up to two years since I quit. I still get cravings every once in awhile, the smell of a freshly lit cigarette is heavenly sometimes. I've slipped a few times when I'm really drunk and take a drag of a buddy's cigarette, but my chest feels like shit the entire next day, reminding me that I'm better off without them.

    On another note, no problems with weed. No shitty feeling anytime I smoke.

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  • MikeLinPA

    MikeLinPA

    March 10, 2015, 4:11 pm

    It really is a serious and complicated issue. (I am trying to remember my social studies from middle school, and that was about 3 1/2 decades ago.) I think the British occupational forces here in the colonies wanted to know who had guns so they knew who to confiscate them from. When you are talking about every firearm being registered, that gives the government the ability to break down the right doors and forcibly disarm its citizens. Honest citizens shouldn't need to jump through too many hoops, and even if it comes to that, the criminals will still be able to get illegal guns. While saying this, I support handgun laws and waiting periods before purchases. It is a very complicated subject.

    Our forefathers came to this continent to escape persecution and imperial rule. Once the colonies became profitable, the monarchy tried to tax the hell out of us and take away our guns so we could not resist. The common people in Europe could not resist. That is why we came to the Americas in the first place. We are a nation of "Don't tell us what to do, or we'll shoot you." type rebels. Now that we have our own Gov't for a measly 233 years, should we give up the things that made us unique? Again, let me state that I support hand gun restrictions. It is a very complicated issue, and no matter how right anyone's particular argument is, the other side is also right.

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  • bannana

    bannana

    March 10, 2015, 10:35 am

    Way too much sugar (this includes the fruit) in your diet, not nearly enough protein, there are some days I'm seeing virtually no protein whatsoever. You should have 4 servings of protein per day with the first starting in the morning, with your size at least 150 grams of protein per day. This will help with the sugar and carbohydrate cravings. Protein is the building block for all those muscles you want. Cut out all sugar in the morning, it sets the tone for the day and just keeps repeating. Save the sugar and fruit for after a full meal only, don't use it as a meal itself. Keep up the good work, see ya on the other side.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 4:10 pm

    Yea, that's exactly why I am against it. I would not want to invest in a market where I was trading with people who had insider information. That's like playing poker with someone who can see your cards: they already know the outcome of the trade before it occurs (nothing is ever certain in the markets of course, but still).

    I'm really not sure what's up with this guy or why he keeps bringing up politics. It's simply about not getting robbed. I don't know why he only thinks it's stealing if prices go *down* either - prices going up is still stealing, just from someone else. Stocks of public companies are traded on public exchanges and should be done so using public information.

    Enforcement is a whole other issue and of course there are plenty of other more important things to worry about in the market, but that doesn't mean stealing is ok. Obviously the biggest push should be toward transparency and making information public as soon as possible, but we can never achieve complete transparency as there will always be a time between when you make a decision or get a phone call and when you can release that to the public.

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  • a-lady

    a-lady

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 pm

    Without information from a medical exam nurses should not give patients a diagnosis--my doctor has never assumed any of my symptoms were negligible (especially if they were new symptoms AFTER an exam where they could not figure out what was wrong) . At minimum, they have always said, "This could be a number of things.'

    Nurses can have years of experience and are experts in how hospitals, and clinics are run--but that DOES NOT mean that have the training to diagnosis a patient on the spot no chart on hand--especially patients vulnerable to rapid degeneration like the very young, very old, and very sick.

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  • TravisJason

    TravisJason

    March 10, 2015, 10:07 pm

    5 months ago i asked a friend of mine if she would like to play music together and we decided to start playing open mics in town.

    She had played for awhile live and come from a choir background.

    I on the other hand never really performed prior and was terrified

    The first time was scary, but the crowd was extremely supportive and still said good job.

    We have been playing every week since then and it has been amazing. We have people who know us and our music now and we have improved musically and stage presence.

    It all takes practice but it's the most rewarding thing I have done.

    TRY IT OUT!

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  • hobophobe

    hobophobe

    March 11, 2015, 1:52 am

    Most of the time an outdoor cat is allowed to be inside or outside depending on its preference at the time. And they usually spend about half their time in each. There may be some laws protecting outdoor cats, or they may have agreed to certain conditions in order to "buy" it.

    If they keep it solely as an outdoor cat, I would look into it a little more. If they aren't leaving it food **and water**, the cat should probably find a different home. If they don't provide a proper outdoor shelter for it (enclosed enough to offer decent protection from predators and the elements), ditto.

    If the question is how to get the cat to leave (why the hell you'd want to do this is beyond me), try flute music.

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  • Waterwoo

    Waterwoo

    March 11, 2015, 12:24 am

    We're not talking about every little detail, only material information that can reasonably be expected to move the price.

    And yes, since part of the public is shareholders, i.e. the owners of the company, they do have an obligation to tell the owners any important information. Shareholders are the owners of a company and thus indirectly every insider's boss. They have every right to know any information you might know pertaining to their asset (which you acquired while working for them I might add), rather than the insider profiting from it.

    Anyway this is all i want to discuss on this topic. If you still don't understand, consult a lawyer.

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  • florinandrei

    florinandrei

    March 10, 2015, 11:15 pm

    > If potentially thousands, or even millions of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations exist in the known universe, then why would all of them, without exception, choose to expand or exist in such a way that they are completely undetectable? It’s conceivable that some might, or perhaps even the majority, but for all of them to be completely undetectable civilizations does not seem likely either.

    Maybe we are detecting them right now, maybe they are *very* visible, except we don't understand what we see.

    Imagine you're in the Stone Age and you see a jet airplane crossing the sky. What's your first thought? "Gee, that's an artifact made by a technologically advanced society 10k years ahead of us." I think not.

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  • somethinginteresting

    somethinginteresting

    March 11, 2015, 6:18 am

    Nice, but since it starts with " real & primarily human caused" it is based in the subjective from that point.

    That warming and cooling are real is no new idea (so throw that argument out and don't play with it again).

    Primarily human caused requires some serious proof. IPCC is *only* about human influence on climate, therefore it cannot make reference to natural cuases. Likewise, any apeal to consensus or "just look around you" is a way to bridge the gap that is formed by a lack of proper evidence and research to prove the human induced change.

    All people in the field know that CO2 influences climate. But most know (even the proponents of AGW) that the direct impact of CO2 is small. The high degree of doubt is in the feedbacks. That is where the debate exists, to aim the discussion in any other direction is obfuscation.

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  • gwern

    gwern

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 am

    > "A few weeks ago the idea hit me. Why bother detecting the sleep state at all? If I'm not dreaming, I'm not conscious enough to see flashy lights (so long as they're dim enough). So why not just wait until I'm asleep, and then flash lights at some predefined interval? "

    Hard to believe a mechanism that simple worked so well for him!

    > Nootropics are cool, but you have to keep up the regiment.

    Alas. The dark side is quick & powerful, but temporary. :) On the plus side, if you're careful you don't have to restock very often. eg. I buy my melatonin (not a nootropic, but the example works) like every 2 years, because I buy 2-for-1, the strongest ones, and split pills.

    > Vassopressin works great if you need to study....or if you wet your bed, lol, but most that I am aware of require an attack dose followed by consistent use.

    Haven't heard much about vasopressin or demopressin. As for attack doses, those are really more to see 'is this actually doing anything?' If the change is too gradual, you may never notice it.

    > You also have to import them, as the FDA doesn't seem to want to approve many of them, except things like Ritalin, etc.

    Well, were you really going to buy them from your local grocery store or something? It's not that much more troublesome to order from the appropriate sites than to order off of, say, Amazon.

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  • logicalnoise

    logicalnoise

    March 10, 2015, 8:08 am

    Someone actually called out for this bit and in a perfect fashion Cross ridiculed him soundly, *Yeah I appreciate that you like that bit and I do too but I did write 1 in a half hours of new stuff that I figured I give a go first considering I wrote that 8 years ago.*(paraphrased) His entire act was solid though just killed the audience.. Cross excels at dealing with hecklers and sadly he only had one like 10 minutes before the end of the show. Sadly the guy ran out before Cross even knew what he said. He also gave us a 5 minute preview of his BBC4 show with will arnett and you brits are lucky it was pretty hilarious for only 5 minutes.

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  • DUDETHEDUDE

    DUDETHEDUDE

    March 10, 2015, 4:08 pm

    I'm exactly like you. I don't have any friends, but a crazy amount of acquaintances. I can't pick up the phone to call anyone. I don't see why anyone would want a phone call from me. I have a boyfriend, and he's told me it's a mixture of hating myself, and hating everyone else because I'm jealous of the fact that they like themselves. I wouldn't exactly agree, but I'll take anything.

    I don't have agoraphobia so much, but still- I feel uncomfortable knowing everyone is out with friends, when I'm alone.

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  • nosoupforyou

    nosoupforyou

    March 10, 2015, 7:57 pm

    >Some guy is throwing shit at you or breaking some other law, you go and try to arrest him, and then he tries to get away because his friend is helping it.

    I'm sorry, what? Can you please rephrase this in a way that is more understandable? If he's throwing shit at you, how is someone listening to the police scanner going to prevent you from arresting him?

    If someone is using a scanner to avoid areas where the cops are, how is that resisting arrest?

    I'm not trying to disagree with you. I merely don't understand your argument.

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  • Pilebsa

    Pilebsa

    March 10, 2015, 8:14 am

    The guy is probably insider trading and is looking to justify his guilt or something. Or yea, he's a troll. Entirely possible. There is this mindset of people I've noticed, who have an uncanny ability to completely tune out everybody else and think the world exists just for their personal benefit, and they can't understand why they should care about anybody else. They're so short-sighted the cause-effect relationships escape them. Considering this guy started spewing strawman arguments when you cornered him, he fits that profile. How dare you deny his freedom to steal the value from your long term investments? You must be a socialist, commie, somethingorother.

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