So Croatia got the first covid vaccines shipment today. And this is how the head of Croatian Institute of Public Health decides to announce it.
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AskScience AMA Series: Hunting aliens is a serious business. My name is Simon Steel, and I'm an astrophysicist and Director of Education and Outreach at the SETI Institute, where alien hunting, whether microscopic bugs or macroscopic megastructures, is our bread and butter. Hungry for answers? AMA!

As an observational astronomer, my research focused on star formation and galaxy evolution. As an educator with over 25 years' experience, I am a qualified high school teacher, have held lectureships at Harvard University, University College London and University College Dublin, and am an eight-time recipient of Harvard's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching award for undergraduate education. My experience spans formal and informal education, teacher training, exhibit design and multimedia product development. I have an interest in special needs audiences, and co-wrote, for NASA and the Chandra X-Ray Center, the first Braille book on multiwavelength astrophysics: Touch the Invisible Sky.

I'll be answering questions at 10 am PST (1 PM ET, 18 UT), AMA!

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  • https://seti.org/our-scientists/simon-steel
  • https://chandra.harvard.edu/edu/touch/

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Getting a lot of concern for the anti-Institute people using "Synths just toasters, machine no have free will, reeeee" in their arguments. Hate the Institute if you wish, but how are you gonna diss the idea of machines with free will when Codsworth and Nick exist?

Like I said in the title, I don't understand THIS SPECIFIC part of the anti-Institute crowd.

Now, I get why people wouldnt like the Institute, they kinda screwed over their once good intentions until Father and (especially, in one such timeline) yourself came along and helped redirect things (though it was mostly yourself), but what's with the Brotherhood-esque machine racism going on?

Like, I bet half the people arguing against Synths/Machines having free will don't realize that they are shitting all over Nick and Codsworth and Curie, who I bet most of them like at LEAST one of the aforementioned companions, right?

I dunno...I can see the other arguments against what is effectively my favorite faction (barring Minutemen) in this game, but why are so many of you guys anti-machine free will and venomous about the idea when Nick and Codsworth and the like exist? Do you think they don't deserve their free will?

Not trying to hate, just confused...

EDIT: W h a t, I wake up to find a surprising amount of positivity and discussion and no less than 2-3 or so awards! I suppose I should explain something else then.

One, I know the Institute doesn't exactly treat them much better than say, the Brotherhood, barring the fact that BoS would scrap them on sight, I just wonder why the logic of anti-Institute players functions this way is all. Guess I'll know once I read the comments!

Two, I will not be able to reply to or acknowledge every comment here, I apologize in advance, but I'm sure even dissenting comments are productive :)

Three, I just read the comments, and to be honest, I SHOULD have been more clear about my intentions, who I was referring to, and you know...avoid the reeeeee meme. I apologize for what may have confused you, so I'll say it a bit too late now, yes I believe Synths are sentient or close enough to where, if I'm able to have genuine friendships with Codsworth, the closest thing to a typical machine in the game, a machine made specificaly to act as a BUTLER, then anything goes in my eyes, and he's not even a Synth!

That said, thanks again guys, and have a good day!

Link to new follow-up post

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Dr. Patricia Era Bath, 1981. Inventor of the Laserphaco Probe, used worldwide in eye surgery to remove cataracts - a condition that clouds vision and can lead to blindness. Bath founded the American Institute for the Prevention of Blindness.
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Korea One Step Closer to 1,000 kmh Train. Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI) announced on Nov. 11 that it has achieved a speed of at least 1,000 kilometers per hour in a 1/17 hyper-tube train aerodynamic test model businesskorea.co.kr/news/…
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What if the Templin Institute created a video about Ordensstaat Burgundy?
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The director of Korea Skin Science Institute has released a video talking about the test results of the sunscreens they tested.

https://youtu.be/DfUf2Q0P5lA

i do not speak or understand korean so i’m just going off from the subtitles!

unfortunately, they didn’t reveal the results of the sunscreens tested. i’m guessing there’s some legal things involved that prevents them from doing so as the announcement that was posted on instagram with the sunscreens they are testing has also been deleted.

they also explained why the test results they gotten from the purito sunscreen is different from the test posted by incidecoder. they explained it was because they used different testing equipments and slightly different conditions.

around 3:19 of the video, there’s no subtitles provided for what is stated on the screen. it would be great if someone can help translate what is stated on the screen as google translate was unable to translate it for me.

however, in the video they revealed that they also did in vivo testing on 5 of the sunscreens that are the lowest and the testing results revealed that have SPF values lower then 30 SPF.

the products were blurred but i’m only able to make out 4 out of the 5 sunscreens.

  • Round Lab Birch Moisturizing Sun Cream
  • HYGGEE - Relief Sun Moisturizer
  • Klairs Soft Airy UV Essence
  • dr. jart solarbiome ampoule

edit: someone in the youtube comments has listed what are the sunscreens she was gonna test when she announced on instagram. the post has since been deleted.

  • charmzone family sun fluid
  • dear klairs soft airy uv essence
  • round lab 365 derma relief suncream
  • round lab birch juice moisturizing sun cream
  • dewytree urban shade
  • the beautiful factr airy milky fluid
  • cell fusion c laser sunscreen 100
  • espoir water splash sun cream
  • innisfree truecare non-nano sunscreen
  • lanbelle natural fresh sun scream
  • krave beet the sun
  • dr. g brightening up sun+
  • dr. g green mild up sun+
  • dr. g green mild up sun lotion
  • make prem protect your skin from the sun
  • round a round greentea cica sun lotion
  • hyggee relief sun moisturizer
  • dr. jart solarbiome ampoule
  • dr. orga premium sun protection creme

edit 2: forgot to mention that she has also said that she will be posting a video in 3 months with sunscreens she recommends.

edit 3: translation for the text shown on 3:19 of the video by u/dokina

"There’s over 100 comments and idk if someone beat me to it, but if you’re talking about the Korean on screen after the FDA testing things(?) at 3:07, it reads β€œin vitro testing shows most of the 14 sunscreens are below SPF50” "

this means th

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McAfee Institute is Fraudulent & not a global leader in intelligence, investigations, or cyber

McAfee Institute is not affiliated with the well-known and respected anti-virus company. Not that they say they are, the initial perception is that there is a global presence to this single owner private company who's last name just happens to be McAfee. This owner has advertised that they are a global leader in cyber and law enforcement training and list about everyone on the planet as a former student. Beyond this, they advertise their courses to be $7,000 or more, but usually have sales saying there are only 1 or 3 training courses left and to pressure a potential student into buying. I was under the impression that this was a training segment of McAfee Anti-Virus company and looked into it to see what the fluctuation of prices was so dramatic. After reading some 1 STAR reviews I quickly deducted that this was a scam institution with no real backing in the cyber or LE world. Being an actual SME in cyber for DoD and a former state trooper - I have NEVER heard of them until I started seeing LinkedIn advertising pop up everywhere. While I went into YouTube and other Google research environments to learn about the owner - I finally figured out that this company is a total ONLINE delivery mechanism attempting to cash in on unsuspecting people who want Cyber training, but are not part of the military or LE community, but wishing to enhance their skill set.

This is not the place to do it. GIAC/SANS offers courses that are $7,020 each and are globally known and respected. They come with serious training materials, labs, and a worthy sought after certification. CISCO, CompTIA, ISC2, eLearnSecurity, and others like them are recognized. The McAfee Institute is not.

Having spent lot of time looking into the background of this particular company - I hope people do what I did before sending people their way. If you want to learn from actual professionals and don't want to spent 100's or thousands of dollars - look at Udemy first for inexpensive, but informational courses. See if you understand what is being taught and then seek the certifications that industry recognizes. McAfee Institute is not recognized by anyone. There is not 1 job board or any company requiring their certifications on the open market at all. With that said, their advertising is false and they are leading people to believe they are getting a high price course and skills that will elevate their standing professionally - and in reality - they are NOT !

They spend alot of money on advertising

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TIL that Empire actor Terrence Howard believes that "1 Γ— 1 = 2". He has even created his own mathematical language of logic called "Terrology", to try to prove it. He claims he quit an engineering degree at the Pratt Institute over disagreements with a professor regarding his hypothesis. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ter…
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[NEWS] Purito Unscented Centella Clinical Testing by Korea Institute of Dermatological Sciences Concludes SPF 28.4

β€œPURITO CENTELLA GREEN LEVEL UNSCENTED SUN” of β€œPURITO” was dermined to have UV blocking effect of SPF 28.4."

Test Report

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The Munroe institute - what do you guys think? Is what they say true?

Hello AP’ers!

I’ve been reading about the Munroe institute as of late and they make some pretty large claims, like the possibility of visiting the afterlife and more. I wanted to know, have any of you guys gone and what do you think?

Is what they say true?

To be honest, if it was all 100% true, I kinda would have expected them to be more popular - but I’m not going to doubt :)

Anyways, thanks Noah

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Minutemen Memorial Park, built to honor the brave men and women that died in the war against the Institute. Protect the people, at a minute’s notice
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Did anyone catch what Jacques Vallee said about the Battelle Memorial Institute on Rogan?

In his appearance on the Joe Rogan Podcast, Jacques Vallee said that the entity that controls the Phenomenon in our government and controls the Intelligence Agencies like the CIA is a Private Contractor. He then goes on to say that a company called the Battelle Memorial Institute is the one that sent the memo cancelling the US government's planned disclosure event to the assembled scientists and academics.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3cuW6TuyRnZxBNaQJeH2Ce?si=8JJiLSaXQteIxp7UWgcKKQ

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battelle_Memorial_Institute

https://www.battelle.org/

https://twitter.com/tomcbarry/status/1335434801487118340?s=20

If you look into this company, they are a 501(c)(3) company that doesn't pay taxes, is not subject to FOIA requests, and has clearance under the Atomic Secrets Classification, not the State or Executive.

This company has been around since the 20's and is appears to control every sector of science, defense, and society.

They have their hands in:

Chemical Demilitarization, High Hazards, Threat Assessment, Cyber tools, Microelectronics, Metallurgy, Advanced Robotics, Missile Defense Systems, Tactical Equipment, AI, Armored Vehicles, Forensic Genomics, Aviation, Aerospace, Ecology, Chemistry, Energy, Materials Science, Drug Delivery, Vaccines, In Vitro Tech, Bioweapons, Neurotechnology, Toxicology, Health, Military Health, Advanced Materials, and much much more.

They own and control the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Idaho National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center, and the National Ecological Observatory Network.

They developed the first nuclear fuel rods for nuclear reactors, numerous advances in metallurgy, algorithms and coatings used in the space programs, and an endless amount of other seemingly impossible discoveries.

Does anyone know anything about this company? I thought that this revelation was the most shocking part of the Podcast and want to look into it.

. . . . . . .

Also, Here is a walk-through of the part in the podcast where Jacques Vallee reveals the Battelle Memorial Institute.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3cuW6TuyRnZxBNaQJeH2Ce?si=evK4Tv4rT86ptzyJq5iGgQ

So Joe Rogan, Jacques Vallee, and James Fox were having an open and spirited conversation for hours. They started talking

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Nothing fancy but surely interesting. ''Sun Boat'', a solar boat for inland fisheries developed by India's Central Fisheries Research Institute & a small boatyard.
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The Gravel Institute has the best retort to PragerU’s response to the leftists in their comment section.
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They actually have co-ed bathrooms, now. It'll be a cold day in hell before we institute that at the Gribble residence.
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Preston: Go attack institute, I'll give backup with my big army. The big army:
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AskScience AMA Series: We are from the Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute at the University of Washington. The field of Molecular Engineering is novel, but it has had many impactful discoveries in fields ranging from nanomedicine to energy storage! AUA about Molecular Engineering!

We are graduate students, staff, and faculty from the University of Washington Molecular Engineering and Science (MolES) Institute. Molecular Engineering is a new field; we were one of the first Molecular Engineering graduate programs in the world, and one of only two in the United States. Though MolES only opened in 2014, we have had many discoveries to share!

Molecular engineering itself is a broad and evolving field that seeks to understand how molecular properties and interactions can be manipulated to design and assemble better materials, systems, and processes for specific functions. Any time you attempt to change the object-level behavior of something by precisely altering it on the molecular level - given knowledge of how molecules in that "something" interacts with one another - you're engaging in a type of molecular engineering. The applications are endless! Some specific examples of Molecular Engineering research being done within the labs of the MolES Institute are:

  1. MolES faculty member and Chemistry professor Al Nelson developed a new way to produce medicines and chemicals and preserve them in portable, modular "biofactories" embedded in water-based gels known as hydrogels. This approach could enable access to critical medicines and other compounds in low-resource areas.
  2. The Baker lab in MolES and Biochemistry is engineering artificial proteins to self-assemble on a crystal surface. The ability to program these interactions could enable the design of new biomimetic materials with customized chemical reactivity or mechanical properties, that can serve as scaffolds for nano-filters, solar cells or electronic circuits.
  3. Bioengineering/MolES Institute Professor Kelly Stevens developed a new 3D printing approach to create biocompatible hydrogels with life-like vasculature - opening the possibility of printing living human tissue for things like organ replacement!
  4. Researchers in MolES and Chemical Engineering professor Elizabeth Nance's lab are attempting to deliver therapeutics to the brain using tiny nanoparticles that can effectively cross the blood-brain-barrier in brain injury and disease.
  5. As a MolES PhD student in Valerie Daggett's lab, Dylan Shea studies the molecular events that occur in the earliest stages of Alzheimer's disease to better understand the structural transitions that take place in Alzheimer's-associated proteins. This knowledge will inform the development of diagnostic tests for early pre-symptomatic detection.
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Human Freedom Index 2020 from right-wing Cato Institute. Based on data from 2018, here are the rankings: #3 - Hong Kong; and #17 - USA. Interestingly, #17 was funding rioters in #3 to clamor for more β€œfreedom”. Shouldn’t it be the other way around? πŸ€”
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Based on newly published research from Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute, analysis suggests individual steps in evolution were more likely to take "longer than Earth's existence." outline.com/ruKb29
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Went to play pickleball at an institute building with some Mo friends. Snuck away for a drink and ran into this guy and offered to share. He declined, said he prefers wine. πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ πŸ€™You do you, Jesus. reddit.com/gallery/kkx933
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To clear things up, who created the FEV virus:/ Supermutants: The Enclave or the Institute?
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Is that headline in need of a skeptic check? I am Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer at the SETI Institute and host of Big Picture Science, and I can help. AMA!

Monoliths in California, Utah, and Romania. The Galactic Federation. Click bait asteroids.

This year, the news has run the gamut of bizarre and scary headlines. I can help make sense of it all because that's what I do! I am Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer and Institute Fellow at the SETI Institute. With degrees in physics and astronomy from Princeton University and Caltech, I have a long history of research in radio astronomy and in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, or SETI.

I have written more than 600 popular articles on science and technology, and host the weekly science radio show β€œBig Picture Science.” I have authored four books. My first popular tome, β€œSharing the Universe: Perspectives on Extraterrestrial Life” appeared in 1998. I have also authored β€œLife in the Universe” (2006, 2nd edition, textbook, with Jeff Bennett) and β€œCosmic Company” (2003, with Alex Barnett). My most recent book is β€œConfessions of an Alien Hunter” (2009).

I am a frequent guest and commentator on radio and television. My TV appearances include Larry King Live, Colbert Report, Nightline, and countless Discovery, History Channel, and National Geographic Channel programs.

Links: https://seti.org/ https://radio.seti.org/ https://twitter.com/SethShostak https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/monoliths-california-utah-romania-aren-t-gifts-real-aliens-might-ncna1250062

Proof: https://i.redd.it/iutlla1c2e461.jpg

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I’m sure this has been posted before but I thought it was funny - The Institute
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The Institute In Ashes
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On Monday 3/16/20, 45 people arrived at the Kaiser Permanente Research Institute in Seattle to volunteer to be part of the human trials for COVID-19 Vaccine. According to the AP the trial will consist of two vaccines, one each given a month apart. Their bravery will save many lives.
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 12 2020
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Ireland tops the ODI β€˜Principled Aid Index’ 2020. The Overseas Development Institute ranks countries on how they spend their foreign aid in the pursuit of a safer, stable more prosperous world. (Source: ODI.org)
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 10 2020
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