Some rare good news: the grad student waiver tax will not be in the final tax bill.
This month in the FDA: liberalization of rules on genetic tests like 23and Me (official statement, media summary).
No, it’s not just your imagination: recent mystery interstellar asteroid Oumuamuamuamuamuamuamua does look kind of like a spaceship. And Robin Hanson on what it might teach us about interstellar space. And Garrett Jones on which US president made the largest positive contribution to global income (hint: it’s James K.
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We often hear that the amount parents talk to their baby is vital in explaining their development and life outcomes, so Scientific American profiles a South American tribe where parents practically never talk to their babies.
But how many people from that tribe get into Ivy League colleges, HUH SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN?
A combination of health-relevant, politics-relevant, clickbaity, and groundbreaking new science. The latest thing AI is outperforming humans at, this time very close to my heart: fantasy cartography. I can vouch for them as good people; see also Zvi Mowshowitz’s I Vouch For MIRI. less market freedom seems to be pretty big explanatory variable; being in Latin America doesn’t help.
Percent of people in different countries on who think life is better vs. This article purports to rank all generals and prove that Napoleon was the best.
So a general who fought 30 battles and won 50% would be “better” than a general who fought 10 battles and won 100%.