Diving deep into the
foundations of physical reality requires a deep dive into advanced mathematics.
Usually this goes together with formulas or other descriptions that are
incomprehensible to most people.
The New York Times (NYT) article is
discussing a recent publication in the journal Environmental Health
Perspectives related to “Project TENDR”, which stands for “Targeting
Environmental Neuro-Developmental Risks”. In the NYT piece, statements of the
Project TENDR group presented in the published paper are summarized and it is
pointed out that this publication comes at the same time as the signing into
law of the overhaul of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
Systematic structural racism is not just a White-Black thing. A Black man is less likely to be hired for a job with a community college degree than a white man who has just gotten out of prison.
Handgun firing antipersonnel drone YouTube.
KFC is launching a 5-in-1 meal with a built in power bank so you can charge your phone while you eat lunch. Watt a Box is designed to offset the drop in discretionary spend brought on by the moribund economy. One way to gain a competitive advantage over other companies is to introduce a feature they don't have. And that feature is a phone that won't die during chicken.
Sorry, US diners, right now it is exclusive to Delhi and Mumbai.
Brexit, if it happens as we all fear will make the UK the Puerto Rico of Europe. No, not really... Puerto Rico has more rights as a commonwealth of the US than Britain will have in association with the EU. Puerto Rico can stay outside the union while people of that semi independent nation are full citizens of the union with free trade, free movement, and even serve on our supreme court. All they need to do to join is hold a binding referendum and have statehood win with a 2/3 vote on a high voter turnout.
Should your ethnicity determine whether or not you are accepted into college?
Of course not, but once upon a time it was. Half a century ago, it certainly made a difference in which schools and universities you could attend. After what was morally obvious was rightfully struck down on legal grounds, discussion then turned to how to fix the problem that remained. The "shackled man" theory holds that if two people are running a race, and one has shackles on their feet, taking the shackles off their feet 100 yards into the race does not suddenly make it fair. They deserve to make up for that lost ground.
If you paid 23andMe to take a look at your DNA, maybe you wanted to know more than why you like cilantro or are related to Genghis Khan, maybe you thought you were advancing science.
Well, you are, in the same old way marketers have long advanced science - by selling information about customers. In this case, the DNA information of 1.2 million people, sold to more than 13 drug companies. Genentech paid $10 million to look at the genes of people with Parkinson’s disease.
Now, that's good, it isn't like a Parkinson's treatment is going to come from the government, but 23andMe customers paid to have their DNA info sold to other companies. That is a sucker move.
quantum physical models treat Hilbert spaces, function theory and differential
calculus and integral calculus as separate entities. In the past nothing
existed that directly relates these ingredients, which together constitute the
quantum physical model. Thus, a need exists for a methodology that intimately
binds these ingredients into a consistent description of the structure and the
phenomena that occur in the model.