The lead author of the study, Dr. Louis J. Ptacek, … said the world is full of long and short sleepers. … These patterns, too, often run in families, and Dr. Ptacek and his colleagues have been identifying genes …
Did you hear that? We just crossed a threshold!
Average all-in cost per mile for a Model 3 is $0.46, compared to the Camry LE at $0.49, and Audi A5 at $0.80.
My brother noticed this:
The phone numbers add tracking before connecting to a restaurant so that Grubhub can bill for a marketing fee.
And we know, says O’Mara, “from the scientific literature, that getting people to engage in physical activity before they engage in a creative act is very powerful.
The problem with dietary sugar is becoming much more apparent.
The film noted that if all sugar-containing food items were removed from supermarket shelves, only about 20 percent of products would remain.
Full zoom, evening lighting & an old iPhone. All in all, quite acceptable!
We had excellent iced coffee at Dalina
Hi, @Mikehendley You were using a screen protector to give the Pencil more of a “real world feel” at one point. Did you end up sticking with it?
This is what I did to reduce the chances of that slippery white case sliding out of my pocket! @aa
Listening to Low Light by Lydia Persaud
Amid rising demand for beef alternatives, major restaurant chains remain skeptical. One has vowed never to offer them, while others are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Future: Plant-based for group-acceptability
I’ve got a couple of barking dogs to deal with,… but I’d really prefer to be coding tonight!
Scientific American: The “Woodstock of Physics” Is Finally Living Up to Its Promise
Unlike today’s MRIs, which locate only the hydrogen in your body to map of your innards, future HTS-based machines will allow doctors to image any of the elements in your body. They will image sodium to learn if chemotherapy is successfully killing tumor cells, and oxygen to track glucose metabolism in tumors, offering a safer alternative to PET scans. These machines will reveal the intricate structures of the cell walls of viruses so that scientists can design and deploy molecular missiles to infiltrate them.
Seasonal shifts helped, but long-term changes underlie the record.
Do you like particle accelerators? Do you still read things on Twitter? Then this!
First sealift ship of 2019 has arrived (July 2)
Warning for those thinking of upgrading to iOS Twitterrific 6. I’m unable to switch between Twitter accounts (the app locks up in the “choose an account to switch to” dialog). No joy in trying to report it either. Time for a cuppa… Sigh.
Here are the highlights: + A 1.5GHz quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72 CPU (~3× performance) + 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB of LPDDR4 SDRAM + Full-throughput Gigabit Ethernet + Dual-band 802.11ac wireless networking + Bluetooth 5.0 + Two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports + Dual monitor support, at resolutions up to 4K + VideoCore VI graphics, supporting OpenGL ES 3.x + 4Kp60 hardware decode of HEVC video + Complete compatibility with earlier Raspberry Pi products
We had a nice 3 hour hike out to the river valley this afternoon followed by dinner and now a couple of bites of dark chocolate and a mug of Barren Grounds (Yellowknife, YK) Aeropresse-brewed coffee. Is this not what weekends are for? 🙂
A respectful, slightly left-leaning Canadian political consultant interviews a respected American political commentator about the state of politics.
The Herle Burly podcast: George Will
The ice breakers are headed north! Two weeks earlier than normal.
The strong westerly winds pushed the ice out of the local bay today. The deep blue water looked beautiful.
The rising & falling tides pump sea water up around the edges of the islands, covering the still thick sea ice. The ice will start to break up over the next few weeks but won’t be gone until well into July.
‘No credible evidence’ to suggest Asia will be a reliable market for bitumen, David Anderson says
They don’t want a business case; they’ve bought the political case.
Summer is coming!