(wow) Words Of Wonders Level 1196 Answers – [Note, I have not checked each link independently. On average, commenters found two or three links per link post to be false or misleading. I’ll fix these as I see them, and I’ll highlight important fixes later, but I can’t guarantee you’ll catch them when you read this.]
1: My parents’ and grandparents’ generation had weird rules about fashion, like “never wear white after Labor Day.” I’ve always wondered about things like this – why not? What happens if you do? In 1922, someone wore a straw hat after the official stop-straw-hat-wearing date of September 15, causing a week-long straw hat riot in New York and several hospitalizations.
(wow) Words Of Wonders Level 1196 Answers
2: The Story of Adrenochrome: QAnon believes elites are addicted to adrenochrome, a drug synthesized from the glands of tortured children. Where did this theory come from? Short version “Hunter S. Created by Thomson
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3: While the Aztecs sacrificed captives to the gods, their neighbors at Taksala were “a republic ruled by a mixture of commoners and nobles”.
4: Contrary to speculation, knowledge of the Tuskegee experiment had no correlation with blacks receiving the covid vaccine.
5: The Fake War Eight months into World War II, no one was fighting on a large scale. Everyone had a different clever term to mock it: the British called it the Boer War; The Germans called it Chitskrieg. Either way, be careful what you wish for.
7: Not sure if this counts as “left eating,” but the (unofficial) Brandeis Recommended Language List now recommends not using the term “trigger warning” because it sounds “violent.” language”
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8: ArrangedMarriages.co is a site of some of the business twitter people who will arrange your wedding for you. They say they have already completed a couple. I can’t find any other info on how they work, let me know if you have any.
9: AI-generated movie poster by Noah Veldman. “Each of these images is generated by AI based on a short text description of the movie. Can you guess the picture from the picture?”
10: A while ago I added Glenn Greenwald’s claim (contrary to most media sources), Washington DC. Destroying Lafayette Park is not President Trump’s fault. Many commentators argue that, or at least Greenwald’s argument, is too simplistic. I finally managed to find a good article that makes the anti-Trump case, and I’ll add it here with regret: Trump’s Incorrect Lafayette Square Boycott. At this point I’m at the “really complicated, don’t care enough to sort it out” stage.
, a book on early 20th century American eugenics. I always assumed it was a carefully planned plot by evil eggheads, but the book argues that even by its own standards it was a total trainwreck. Although 90%+ of blindness is not hereditary, eugenicists began a national campaign to sterilize the blind. Those who didn’t like their perfectly-normal-IQ family members were considered “weak” and courts ordered them sterilized after rubber-stamp tests. Not sure if it’s all bad or if the book focuses on bad examples – but bad is bad.
Death, 2 New Hospitalizations And 37 New Cases Reported Today
13: H/T Fringe Revolution – During the economic downturn, women (but not men) reported more chronic pain. This makes sense to me in an environment where women have more negative emotions (see section 5 for more).
14: Congratulations to Jason Crawford’s Roots of Progress blog, now a nonprofit working to “establish a new vision of progress for the twenty-first century” in the progress studies movement of Tyler Cowen, Patrick Collison and others. They are also looking for a CEO to raise funds.
15: Speaking of progress, every few months I see a story where SpaceX is doing better than you first thought. However, according to this article, SpaceX is better than the last article you read. There are many things, but one main thing is that Starlink is very close to being a completely uncensored internet service. Elon Musk clearly knows:
Perhaps SpaceX still has to obey the rules of its host country, the United States. “The whole world depends on US cyber regulation” was more certain a few years ago than it is today. But this Tumblr user gave me the scientific conclusion I was looking for:
July / August 2021
As space-based generation capabilities are built and expanded, the presence of Earth is not required to operate the space-based components of the ISP. Tesla has a history of issuing patents in the wild; A future where anyone can build a Starlink-compatible satellite terminal without approval from local regulatory bodies is unthinkable. The resulting hyperloop of information is uncensored, with no control over the content or expression available to anyone looking for it, and the user decides to apply it themselves, where do I get this? Imagine a future where Earth’s main ISP is built, managed, managed and controlled by Martians running free as a public relations campaign. Earth can’t do anything except jam the airwaves and take over end-user terminals, because hitting real satellites would trigger Kessler syndrome, where Earth is denied space.
David Zweig @davidzweig If you are a vaccinated adult and live a relatively normal life, but find yourself waiting “unbearably” for a child’s vaccination, understand that your unvaccinated child is at much less risk than you. 2:26 PM ∙ August 31, 2021 2,482 likes 760 retweets
17: Why are published papers so bad at sharing their data? An academic on Discord (no link, sorry) proposed a possible explanation: Adding a dataset takes more work. Journals don’t publish datasets, so you can’t include them as publications in your application, so you basically get no credit for doing this hard work. The solution found is to convert your hard data into several documents: “We studied the food preferences of young people and found that apples are the most popular”, “We studied the food preferences of young people and strawberry consumption is very high. West”, “We studied the food preferences of young people, And we found that white people eat more pears”, etc. But if you publish your data in your first paper, other researchers will pass you paper #2, #3, etc. and all your hard data. Collection work is not rewarded. I enlightened this theory. ; this seemingly inexplicable. Failure is a perfectly natural problem in how to absorb the fruits of hard work, and I wonder why not.
, but commentators say that the informal “what you value” is more important than the formal “what you mean”]
Santa Fe Reporter, July 27, 2022 By Santa Fe Reporter
18: Devon Jugal actually visits Prospera’s Charter City and writes an FAQ about what he’s learned.
19: D’Alonzo and Tagmark use AI to predict media bias. They generate a large collection of articles from various sources and then search for words or phrases with high predictive power for the origin of a given article. For example, the algorithm may detect that some sources always use “abortion rights” but not “pro-life” or vice versa, so use one or the other of these phrases to identify the source of the article. Useful to decide. If it has a group of pairs like this, it can analyze the principal components (I can’t tell if the “two parts” fell naturally from the data or if they were determined by fiat) and often reproduce a standard. A political compass with “right vs. left” and “pro vs. anti-establishment” dimensions, as well as the tiers on which different phrases and sources fall on the compass. There’s a lot more to the original paper, which I may blog about later, but for now, the topic concludes:
There are some glaring flaws in this film, but the writers at least give some fun explanations. For example, people on the right use the word “socialist” a lot (eg: “Obama wants socialist healthcare!”, “Democrats are trying to smuggle socialism in through the back door!”) and AI interprets the use of the word. . A sign of conservatism, therefore misclassified
The same techmark in 1998 developed the leading theory of what the universe is and why it exists. I think the shift from “discovering the fundamental nature of the universe” to “try to check for media bias, but it’s clearly flawed” is a somewhat on-the-nose metaphor for the past 25 years of science.
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20: Me Culpa: Last month, I linked to a poll showing that PhDs are the most vaccine averse of any group. I clearly thought the survey was skewed by malicious respondents, but given the timing, I said it was unlikely. Now anyone who has access to the raw data has verified it