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    I have, very cautiously, started going foa a beer, once a week, or even less frequently ... but always, outside at an open table, away from others. No idea if I mentioned it before, but since last week I visit...
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    Ivermectin binds to quite a few ion channels, so maybe one of those is involved. There are some other antiviral channel blockers, rimantadine works against Herpes, in this case, the ion channel is viral....
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    Thanks for pointing that one out, we listened to "Swan Lake" in musical education in school, sadly I only have a vague recollection of the plot. Reading the Wiki article, interesting, it's quite open for interpretation. Of course, "Rothbart" is...
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    Well, I guess Orthodox Marxists would speak of "false consciousness when the subordinate class internalizes the ideology of the ruling class. You might also use the term "Stockholm syndrome", though the term is problematic. Personally, well, I'd use the term...
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    Let me guess, her BMI was above 40, and her income was below 50% of the median income? As for "not looking after herself", if she voted for the Trumpenfuhrer, I rest my case....
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    Concerning the Fermi Paradox, that would be "Periodic extinction by natural events", though veering into "It is the nature of intelligent life to destroy itself". Please note most intelligent species on earth live in somewhat smallish groups like packs, which...
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    Going back to the fun with Libertarianism and Anarchism in the last thread... This is David "Debt" Graeber on Anarchism. (Hey, I see Anarchy Archives is still up. Made me giggle when the German translation of an article from "Scientific...
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    Hm, my mental picture of the isotopes used in RTGs and their Stirling-engine cousins is this red-hot pellet of plutonium oxide. Strontium-90 seems to pack a similar amount of energy, so I wonder what the heat signature of the drone...
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    Concerning the in-fighting... With Friends Like These, Who the Fuck Needs Cointelpro? Not my favourite album by them, at the moment I listen to some of Propagandhi's later stuff, but, well, I just hummed I was a Pre-Teen McCarthyist yesterday....
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    Hmkay, I looked at Derek Lowe's "In the Pipeline" and browsed to other articles in science, some might be interesting: New information about co-evolution of our cell surface molecules and infectious diseases. I already knew about alpha-gal, but it seems...
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    Thanks for the idea with the cheese, I might share some with him next time in front of the refrigerator. As for neutering him, not my decision, err, can we leave the politics of my rooming for later? For the...
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    And now for something different... I'm growing kind attached to the male cat, and he, well, he's a cat, so it's difficult to say, but he's using his claws to get my attention. I have thought about pets myself, problem...
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    Err, sorry for letting that many threads hanging, but I'm somewhat stressed at the moment, having to go to work and having an appointment today, so... a) "left libertarianism" can mean a bunch of things, for once, it could mean...
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    In other news, gene variant of ion channel inherited from Neanderthals (I gave up on species designations in Homo long ago...) leads to heightened pain sensitivity: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/07/200723115900.htm Wondering about relation to abnormal processing of pain and other stimuli in modern...
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    Hm, why go for brains, some protozoans like ciliates have no brain but show quite complex behaviours. Next up, there is Aplysia, though it's a lophotrochozoan and quite removed from us deuterostomes. With ecdycozoans, well, we have a fate map...
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    Congerning species identity, err, confusion (excuse the pun concerning gender dysphoria...), the male cat just emitted some quite chicken-like sounds. Might explain why he wakes up my landlady in the morning......
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    Actually, philosophers (and quite a few mathematicians) wonder why mathematics is so good at describing the world; one hypothesis was areas that can't be thus described are left out....
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    You know, if you read post #1990, you'll see I mentioned intuitionism in a rather long post. Coincidence, I'm sure... Sorry for overlooking it, guess I should go through the thread again. AFAIK the different philosophies mostly deal with what's...
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    OK, going up from that one... The human brain wasn't constructed, it evolved. Same with neurons. Out thinking isn't one block, there are different submodules; problem is, my verbal consciousness can only access and describe a few of those submodules,...
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    Then there's stuff that a brain isn't evolved to do (like higher math) Actually, there is at least one school of philosophy of mathematics called Intuitionism that assumes "higher math" doesn't show us some "objective reality", but concerns mental constructs...
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    maybe try some medication Err, make that "try some meditation". Always a good idea, though going through my thoughts, trying to remember, looking for alternative explanations and employing different perspectives makes me even more tachycardic. For the shrink, my employer...
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    Speaking about orders of magnitude... Beta blockers are also used in performance anxiety, link goes to an article about their somewhat inappropiate use by a journalist, televised medicine and prescription and privacy issues. (Seh also talks about how it might...
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    On a totally unrelated note... Anybody has some data on the toxicity of copper, cobalt and manganese compounds when used as pigments in ceramics? A friend has a pottery, and we talked about my very early teen (about 10 years...
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    Err, please note we didn't drop the ACE inhibitor because of the ACE2 COVID-19 angle; ACE inhibitors have coughing as a side effect, I have been dealing with low level respiratory distress since I got prescribed with the ACE inhibitor,...
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    To go on a tangent on the "oops" side of things... I just found out we doubled the dose of one of my antihypertensives in April. Before that, I was taking lercanidipine/enalapril with the sticker "20mg/10mg". In April, we dropped...
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    It's certainly usually used in that way, but... I'm posting from my smartphone, so links are difficult, but there was an antisemitic Neo-Nazi group in the Israeli army, people who follow OGH on twitter may remember them: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrol_36 The trope...
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    self-hating Jews Hm, could we call Priti Patel a "self-hating Southern Asian"? Sorry, way to work......
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    Yes, "Resilience" would be another term, but it's used quite frequently, and at least for me, there isn't this implication of staying sane/healthy, it's more like dealing with stressful events and having some fallback and like. For the schools, there...
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    Err, the failed archaeologist in me objects, nuking Jerusalem would be just like nuking Rome. Hm... Let's declare it a archaeological heritage site and do what we do with those and the zoological variety in Africa; move the people out...
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    Israel would keep Jerusalem Leaving aside there are quite a few other issues involved, that alone is something of a dealbreaker. So I'll steal the idea of another cohabitant of mine, let's take Jerusalem from all involved and leave the...
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