Thousands of scientists go on strike to protest systemic racism in STEM cnbc.com/2020/06/10/thous…
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Today marks one year since Kendrick Castillo bravely gave his life to save others in the Stem shooting. Stem students came to my school to evacuate and hold a vigil. Don't let his name be forgotten, he went above and beyond when he was needed.
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I was cutting my watermelon and was confused when i saw these hard stems in it, does anyone know what it is?
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Canada Passes Historic Wage Bill to Stem Wave of Job Losses bloomberg.com/news/articl…
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It's a common misconception that the frustrations of ADC players stem from their class, the "ADC role". They're not. "ADC issues" are "bot lane carry" issues. An in-depth take on the matter from a high Diamond/Master tier ADC main

The other day this thread hit front page detailing the Rioter GreaterBelugaWhale's thoughts on ADCs complaints about having no agency. In it he talks about how the ADC role is built around the reliable output of their unmissable auto-attacks, and in order for this to come close to being balanced (though he believes the ADC role is overpowered, intentionally so) they need to have very low agency to compensate.

I fundamentally disagree in two ways. I think the lack of agency in the ADC role has nothing to do with the champions themselves, and I think agency and balance have nothing to do with each other. This post will mainly focus on the former because it's the most common misconception which I believe is vital to clear up if the community (including Riot) are to have productive discussions on this matter.

A champion like Lucian doesn't lack agency, in fact he has agency up the ass

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4 hours, some hissing, a handful of broken stems, 1 tipped pot and 2 cold cups of tea later- Family photo day! It was the best Sunday I've had in months! 10/10 would recommend.
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Trump Can’t Just Make Country Re-Open. He Has To Actually Stem the Outbreak. | The administration treats the pandemic as a media problem rather than a public health problem. washingtonmonthly.com/202…
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Tesla and Elon Musk reopen California facility, defying orders meant to stem coronavirus spread cnn.com/2020/05/11/cars/e…
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Please don't belittle non-STEM majors.
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What the fuck. Only 15 subscriber channel made by a father documenting evidence that his son was suffocated by japanese military officers in retribution for uncovering active fraud and conspiracy within a stem cell company and individuals of high social status. youtu.be/PM7aGHma6DI
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Today marks one year since Kendrick Castillo gave his life to save others in the Stem School Shooting. Stem students evacuated to my school, we held a vigil for him at my school. He was, and is a hero to this day.
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I found a broken stem of basil at Home Depot, grew it into a plant, and now I'm growing it into 14 plants. I was directed here.
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Scientists skip stem cells, convert skin cells directly into photoreceptors. Could be new method for treating macular degeneration massivesci.com/articles/m…
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When building, experiment with painting all sorts of different materials, it often turns them into something completely different. This plant's stem is made from granite painted green, doesn't it look fantastic?
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What do you do with your stems? imgur.com/21iBSNT
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What is this beautiful plant I am trying to propagate with stem and water. Found on a patio at work.
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Paper: Black Chicago PD officers make substantially fewer discretionary stops (e.g. for β€œsuspicious behavior”), fewer arrests for petty crimes, and use force less often than white officers in the same working conditions. "These reductions stem primarily from a reduced focus on black civilians." scholar.princeton.edu/sit…
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I did it thanks Reddit!! Lost STEM grad to fulltime dev @ startup.

My situation is in no way unique (Health Sciences undergrad) nor were there any special tricks or hacks that I used to find a job. Every step you need to take has repeatedly been posted on here by various redditors and so I guess the goal of this post is to encourage those who are sending applications and polishing their projects/leetcoding to keep going. I felt despondent when after teaching myself to code for a few months that the whole job market seemed to be imploding. But the success stories in this subreddit and r/learnprogramming really kept me going.

Guys it’s possible. In the immortal words of Shia/nike. β€œJUST DO IT”.

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Love this €5 stem for my Dynavap, I feel like Gandalf!
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Lab-grown meat is starting to feel like the real deal: Researchers grow bovine stem cells on a textured soy protein scaffold that results in a pleasant meaty flavour and sensorial attributes according to volunteers that tasted the product sciencemag.org/news/2020/…
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For those trying to understand Chads beliefs, they did not out of left field. Many stem from things Jospeh Smith himself believed (speaking with the dead, Magic, being a seer, needing to decipher acient text, certain dates, telling the future ect

I think a lot of people think that Chad made this stuff up or tried to create a new cult. The stuff that Chad believes, although he may used some different terminology, was very similar to what Jospeh Smith and his family themselves belived and practiced. Although the Mormon Church has left a lot of it behind...if you've ever done a study on Jospeh Smith and the Occult, you'd understand what Chad was saying as the same line of thinking as Smith.

*Also I don't mean to offend anyone who is Mormon. I realize that the Mormon church doesn't still practice a lot of these things. But it's also important to know where the religion came from and how it started.

This is very important to the case as it deals with why Chad called himself a seer, why certain dates were important, why he communicated with the dead and thought he had some special magical powers. Why him and Lori had things on their list like deciphering ancient text (all things Smith claimed to have done) Even the fact that their

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A heads-up for any STEM applicants in Germany with zero German language skills...

As you may know, I am a specialised recruiter for (global) IT companies. Have been for well over a decade. Like every morning, I am screening my new applications just now. What I am currrently seeing is breaking my heart a bit. I am getting three-digit numbers of new applications per day (!) at the moment for my current vacancies. All highly skilled professionals who have studied and worked in Germany for years. ALL of them with zero to max B2 German skills. All of them laid off b/c of COVID-19, and by huge, global enterprises as much as by traditional German SMBs and by the allegedly super international startups.

This is a subjective report, for sure, but I have seen this pattern before in 2009ff. If you don't master German to fluency in spite of you living and studying and working here - you will be the first to be let go. Period. I can't do anything for any of them either, since all of my current openings require business fluency in German, too. I make sure to clearly state as mu

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I'm a 30 year old single with a PhD in STEM and $60k in savings. Thinking about quitting my job to travel in my car for the next 6 months without a job offer lined up.

So a little context, I'm a 30 year old person with almost $60k in savings (all of it in cash in my checking and money market accounts). I don't have any kids or debts, and I don't own any property. My current yearly income is $50k before tax and I spent $1k on average on rent and food.

I have PhD in STEM and I'm currently at a job where I have zero motivation to continue. I have been applying for jobs in the last month or so. I have gotten 2 interviews and a handful of phone calls, but nothing concrete yet. I envision it will be another 2-4 months before I can get an official job offer and start working. I have been back at my work for a month now after the lockdown and have not been productive. It's a research based job so it's extra tough when your motivation is gone.

I'm thinking about quitting my job and start traveling in the country in my car. I travel by car and will be camping the whole time so the expenses will be low. I think I can get by with $500-700 per month on the roa

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General Sherman is a giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) tree located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park in Tulare County, in the U.S. state of California. By volume, it is the largest known living single-stem tree on Earth. (by Tuxyso) [1,944 x 4,498]
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CMV: Racism is the concept of prejudice based on race; institutional racism and systemic racism describe institutions and systems that stem from and perpetuate racism. Changing the definition of the word makes no logically defensible sense, and makes an already difficult discussion more difficult.

Summation: Racism as a concept means a prejudice based on race. The codifying of those racist beliefs into cultural systems and legalized institutions which hold, enforce, and perpetuate those racist belies are logically distinct from the beliefs themselves.

This debate goes beyond the recent decision of Merriam-Webster to change the definition, but that is certainly what has spurred my post.

Racism is very clearly a separate concept from the specific historical and cultural ways in which racist ideas get codified and perpetuated in a society.

Comparisons that I believe help illustrate the point.

Sexism is very clearly prejudice based on sex, despite the historicity of the specific type of sexism being misogyny resulting in patriarchal societies that harmed women immensely that is most common and impactful. That doesn't mean that sexism means by definition denying women property rights or voting rights.

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To my fellow graduate students in the U.S, a bill has been proposed to restrict Chinese graduate students in STEM fields.

A bill was proposed this morning by a few senators to restrict graduate student visas from China who are doing research in STEM fields at all institutions in the United States: https://www.cotton.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=1371

No matter what your stance is on this issue, one thing is clear: Some of the most influential and talented researchers at our institutions are from China. Barring them is simply xenophobic.

There is a petition going around right now to go against this bill -- if you are willing to sign it, please do. It takes 30 seconds.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIu1jbAfB5qFGkV3I7rpEAo0kwsUb8CpzZ_6Nu-CoKeul4PQ/viewform

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Stem plant close-ups, can't let saltwater folks have all the color
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Put a sea pickle on top of a pumpkin so it looks like a stem! πŸŽƒ
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Women are *more likely* to pick Sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in *LESS* gender egalitarian countries

Gender-Equality Paradox in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

>The underrepresentation of girls and women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields is a continual concern for social scientists and policymakers. Using an international database on adolescent achievement in science, mathematics, and reading (N = 472,242), we showed that girls performed similarly to or better than boys in science in two of every three countries, and in nearly all countries, more girls appeared capable of college-level STEM study than had enrolled. Paradoxically, the sex differences in the magnitude of relative academic strengths and pursuit of STEM degrees rose with increases in national gender equality. The gap between boys’ science achievement and girls’ reading achievement relative to their mean academic performance was near universal. These sex differences in academic strengths and attitudes toward science correlated with the STEM graduat

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Russian spy-craft and spies seem to be highly regarded with British spies close second, where did this trope stem from? How "accurate" were countries spy agencies/spies/craftwork?

First off, I really have no idea on the veracity of anything in my title, just off of pop culture and general cultural diffusion, I got a vague notion that Russian spies are some of the top, and usually British can hold its own. (In a askhistorian post there was a quote about a us spy lies a lot, british lies three times as much, and russian spies lie ten times as much) and there are all the stories (and boogeymen) of russian sleeper agents/cells. I think in a different askhistorian post there was a remark that early US intelligence agencies didnt really know/value the type of information that could be gathered/used (paraphrase) so im curious

Which countries spy-craft was better? How did they develop their craft and were there any cultural differences that helped/hindered the development of intelligence gathering? Are there common practices from a similar source or just using and developing spy craft was pretty similar all around?

Are there any other significant spy operations from o

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PSA: STEMS ARE NOT INDIVIDUAL TRACKS

Stems are submixes of groups of tracks: all of the drums exported as a single file, or all of the vocals, all of the guitars, and so on.

Stems are NOT, and NEVER HAVE BEEN, the individual tracks (kick, snare, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, lead vocal, harmony 1, harmony 2, etc.)

I don't know where this misuse of terminology got started, but it needs to stop. These are not interchangeable terms, they mean very different things and are used for very different purposes.

Using the correct terminology avoids confusion and makes everyone's needs and intents clear. If I ask for stems and receive individual tracks I'm kicking the project right back to get what I asked for.

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TIL that the longest river in America by main stem is actually the Missouri, not the Mississippi. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
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Marsha Blackburn introduced legislation that would bar Chinese nationals from receiving student or research visas to the United States for STEM fields insidehighered.com/quickt…
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"Summer STEM Institute" is a money-grab.

Hi there,

There's a relatively new program called "Summer STEM Institute." This is their website: https://www.summersteminstitute.org

The program is no more than a money grab.

I'm an undergrad at the same school as two of the founders of this program. Around April, they sent me a message asking to chat about "marketing to high schoolers." I chatted with them for about 15 minutes and it was beyond disgusting what they were trying to do.

Basically, the program charges $6k to $9k for high school students to attend supposed "data science" and "research mentorship" programs. The program is taught by undergrads at supposedly prestigious universities. Here's the truth: these students are only a few years older than you, and they sure as hell are not qualified to teach you. They are the same students who can barely pass their introductory programming class. They're there to make a quick buck in a time of uncertainty and crisis. And even if some of the

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Welke politieke partij kan in 2021 jouw stem hoogstwaarschijnlijk verwachten?
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Why women aren’t allowed in STEM
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Soil in wounds can help stem deadly bleeding. The presence of soil in wounds helps activate a blood protein, known as coagulation Factor XII. Once activated, the protein kicks off a rapid chain reaction that helps leads to the formation of a plug, sealing the wound and limiting blood loss. med.ubc.ca/news/soil-in-w…
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It's not always garbage and sexism: a positive experience in STEM

Just to help bring a little uplift to people, i try to note when not everything is garbage and most of my coworkers aren't sexist type experiences, so i'd like to share with you an amusing (to me) story from today.

At least a handful of my coworkers know that i am the point person for questions having to do with various piece of equipment. Some of them are instrumentation with delicate small parts, finicky software, and a steep learning curve. Some are big, loud, stinky motors, vacuum pumps, and other moving parts that require cleaning grease and oil off yourself after fixing, so it's not like they know i'm only good at specific knowledge that you could argue is still gender-stereotyped.

Today, after helping fix one of the more delicate instruments (HPLC) one of my favourite coworkers came to me clearly agitated that he'd broken a large and expensive piece of glassware, had no idea how to replace, what it was called, etc etc. (If you care, it's the removable Bottom Outlet Valve (BOV)

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Ibis Hakka MX - New Bike Day. You don’t see many Ibis bikes here, so here’s mine with SRAM Rival groupset, Hunt 650b wheels w/Gravelking tires & Zipp bars & stem. Such a fun ride compared to a road bike!
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The root of police brutality and mass incarceration stems from the deliberate wording of the 13th amendment
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The stem of the Carolina Reaper in the 220 litre Kratky. *AA battery for size comparison
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Hong Kong Police is arresting students for "Making remotely detonated bomb" by using common Arduino parts used in STEM course as evidence
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CMV: STEM is not "routinely weaponized against black people."

I am all for more inclusion of black people in STEM, which seems to be the main point of the Shut Down Stem movement. However, on shutdown.com, they say "In STEM, we create technologies that affect every part of our society and are routinely weaponized against Black people."

In every article that has cited this, they have not provided concrete examples of this happening in the current world. Obviously AI and facial recognition could be used to discriminate (the main argument I've been hearing), but that is a fairly small subset of "STEM," and most of those technologies are not that pervasive in the US. Also, I'm unsure how implicit biases, while harmful, are really the same thing as "routinely weaponized against black people."

Edit: edit was deleted by mods because it quotes a statement about covid from the article

Edit 2:to be clear, I don’t think I or Shut Down STEM wants to actually shut down STEM for good. It’s just calling out people in the STEM

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A single stem vase: $5,000
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Does anyone else feel like their ED stems from them actually wanting to be healthy? Because they’re overweight?

Because πŸ™‹πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ Ya girl is actually v overweight and I just want to be a normal weight for my height. That’s all, just average.

Where y’all at? πŸ‘€

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Black scientists and STEM students are dismantling the system by their mere existence
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STEM, especially robotics and IT are soon gonna rule the world and women do not know ANYTHING about these subjects.

You can already guess the point I'm trying to make. You need to know what the hell is going on around you and how the world works in order to have control over your life and not have it in the hands of somebody else, in this case, men.

Women need to get more into STEM otherwise they'll not only lose power even more, but as I said, they'll lose control over their lives too.

You like the things you are good at, and you can get good at STEM, doesn't matter if you were discouraged or were bad at it at school, there are lots of free sources online to learn it from.

Drop that cursed social network that is Instagram, quit it with the selfies and quit it with wasting time watching bullshit IG stories and start to actually take advantage of the huge power technology has given you.

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New bikepacking gear after weekend of testing. Zero issues after 350km. New stem and aero bars improved the comfort a lot.
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Just finished a new Wizard's Rook smoking pipe with Light Horn acrylic stem.
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Soul Campfire with Warped Stem!
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Does anyone else’s alcoholism stem from an anxiety disorder?

Part of the reason I like drinking so much is because it relieves all of my anxiety. I don’t really feel scared of anything when I’m drunk and I love that feeling. Especially with social anxiety, alcohol is the only thing I’ve found to make it easier for me, and I hate that. Has anyone had any success of dealing with anxiety issues after stopping?

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Players AFKing forges has just proven even more that the leveling system in Destiny 2 is frustrating and tedious. I believe a lot of this frustration stems from power level being tied to gear. So hear me out.

What if, and really hear me out hear: Leveling was based purely on experience from activities and bounties, and there was a set amount of xp player could get per week. And xp would be given from ANY activity.

Furthermore, gear and power level would be separated, allowing players to grind for rolls, stats, etc. separate from power.

This would allow players to level up by playing any activity. Leveling still needs to be in Destiny, of course. But infusion and the constant 50+ power per season has shown that it is being done wrong.

Let me know your thoughts on this idea.

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Ireland Reddit page shutting overnight as moderators try to 'stem the flow' of extreme racist content archive.vn/itR4i
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The Chartered Institute of Journalists – The owner of The Sun is cutting jobs in a drive to stem losses from an industry-wide slide in newspaper advertising that shows no sign of abating cioj.org/the-owner-of-the…
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TIL a 2015 survey showed that STEM workers are more likely to have autistic traits than non-STEM ones - the average STEM worker had an autism spectrum quotient of 21.9, while the rest had 18.9. independent.co.uk/life-st…
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Girls-only STEM activities/events are counterproductive.

The push to get more girls into STEM fields has given rise to a lot of girls-only STEM competitions, seminars, fairs, etc. As a female with interests in science, mathematics and IT, I don't approve of these projects because I think they do the exact opposite of what they're meant to achieve.

One of the reasons that is given for holding these events is that mixed-gender STEM events are male-dominated and girls will be too intimidated to join in. I think this is pretty silly. If you, a girl, want to be a scientist but you're too intimidated to work alongside boys, you're not going to make it very far in the scientific world because it's still largely male-dominated; therefore you will need to gain confidence and feel comfortable working on science activities with the opposite gender. Participating in single-gender rather than mixed-gender STEM activities will not help at all because the working environment that they create is completely unrealistic and will not prepare you for the real

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Gendering STEM because ???
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My father passed away yesterday and Christine the raven flew next to me the whole time i was out today, crying. She even tried to break a flower stem for me when i sat down.
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Free online neuroscience course (aimed at high school/early college) by a STEM nonprofit. Feat. speakers from NINDS, Harvard, etc. Disclosure: I volunteer for the nonprofit. ibb.co/ykcRjS0
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Finally slammed the stem on this dutty girl
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0.25g of stem in a 1.05g nug :’)
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Three newest COVID-19 cases stem from 'irresponsible' traveller who failed to self-isolate: N.B. premier atlantic.ctvnews.ca/mobil…
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Week 3 with my new 2019 Ninja 650. I’ve added the fender eliminator, integrated turn signals/brake lights etc. Frame sliders, Yoshimura full system exhaust, just waiting on my RAM Mounts X-Grip Fork Stem Kit 😊 BTW the audio quality doesn’t do the Yoshimura justice, cause this baby roars!! v.redd.it/oetrz0i8sb551
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I need help. So I posted this beauty a couple weeks ago but I am sad to say it has been stolen. This is what it looks like and another unique thing on it that you can't see on the picture is purple valve stem caps. I am in the WoodbridgeVA area, if you see this out there for sale please contact me.
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New study demonstrates how a topical solution made up of stem cells leads to the regrowth of hair for people with a common type of baldness. technologynetworks.com/bi…
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TIL a man who was paralyzed from a surfing accident neck injury was able to walk again from an experimental treatment. Stem cells from the man's own stomach fat were injected into his spinal cord to regenerate and repair the injury. goodmorningamerica.com/we…
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Currently in isolation waiting for stem cell transplant due to stage 4 lymphoma. Here's my gaming setup I'm using to pass the time!
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The stem of the Carolina Reaper in the 220 litre Kratky. *AA battery for size comparison
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The Source/Reason for Irregular Stems in Greek and Latin

It is quite easy to imagine why some basic stem irregularities in languages might occurs, e.g. palatalization before palatal endings, the retention of consonants lost in the Nominative, etc. However, the source of certain other irregularities puzzle me. For example, how did the irregular stems of Latin perfect verbs arise, such as do/dare > dedi, and the plethora of Greek irregular verbs (like Ξ±Ξ³Ο‰ >Ξ·Ξ³Ξ±Ξ³ΞΏΞ½; I get the augmenting of Ξ± to Ξ· but what about the rest?) What about seemingly arbitrary vowel changes, as in the Latin caput, capitis. There are hundreds of more examples, but can someone point me in the right direction regarding the reason for these irregularities, particularly in Classical Greek and Latin?

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Megadeth guitarist Kiko Loureiro is going to make an open source album with backing tracks to play after and stems to make remixes indiegogo.com/projects/ki…
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First stab at stem milk! Cleaning day for the BB9
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Remember that studies show that cultivating semen may lead to the creation of Embryonic Stem Cells that are capable of becoming any cell the body needs. forum.nofap.com/index.php…
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The stem of the Carolina Reaper in the 220 litre Kratky. *AA battery for size comparison
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β€œAll of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” Cool article that lines up with meditative practice.
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Ah, my male fragility stems from not wanting to die from a virus! I should have known!
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Baby tadpole’s swimming through lily stems
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I have a mutant dandelion with 8(?) Flowers all in one stem
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My youngest brother just turned 11 and I want to introduce him to the STEM field to at least get his foot in the door such as coding and such during this pandemic. Any suggestions on topics and methods to teach him?

I think it will be best to introduce him to basic coding at a young age and expose him to the vast applications it can have so if he wants to purse any fields that require coding in the future, he would have the knowledge to perpetuate his own learning. Especially since learning coding at a young age is the most beneficial imo and since classes aren’t provided by his school. However, I’m a rising senior in civil engineering and don’t know much coding myself. Do you guys know where to start and possibly know any other subjects in the STEM field that are great to introduce at a young age?

Edit: I appreciate you all for your insightful suggestions. Of course since he’s 11, his interests are vast and vary much in between. From building with legos, painting, sports, cooking, video games, etc. I am aware there is not one set path to put him on at such an early age. My attempt this summer is that no matter what I introduce, it will not cement a pressure on him to follow a designated β€œcareer”

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YOOOOOO CANNABIS IS AMAZING. Didn’t do anything special, just a cutting stuck in soil. She almost died; she grew a new stem from the root to help her survive. The original stem started growing again after the new stem grew. Seen this before online but this was awesome to see myself πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
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How it feels to be a non-STEM major at UCSD
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The Simrell stem cost me Β£33 in VAT on top of the usual price. Worth it.
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Hong Kong Police is arresting students for "Making remotely detonated bomb" by using common Arduino parts used in STEM course as evidence
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Summer STEM Institute is ONLY college consulting

TL;DR: SSI deceives high schoolers that it offers a robust research program. It is only a college consulting program, so do not pay the difference. Check out coursera (any of Andrew Ng's courses), towards data science, and Kaggle if you want to do the research yourself.

Hi All,

I hope I am not too late. You may have seen the other recent post (not mine lol) about legitimacy of Summer STEM Institute, website here:

https://www.summersteminstitute.org

I would like to confirm that this program is ONLY college consulting.

My background is as follows. I am a sophomore at Stanford again like the founders of this program. I chatted with one of my close friends that is mentoring in this program. The particulars of how these people cushion their morality on this project is despicable.

Again the price of this program is $6k-9k, but here's some numbers you don't know. Each research mentor is paid $4k for 2 some hours of meeting with students per we

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The stem is the best part of the broccoli.

Everyone is always loving all up on the crown and I’m tired of it. Yeah, the little green floret things are great, and I like those as much as the next guy, but I’m really in it for the stems. To be clear, I’d rather eat stems with no crowns than crowns with no stems.

Some people throw out the stems when they’re cooking and it absolutely blows my mind β€” the stems are where all the satisfying bulky crunch is.

Note: this does not apply equally to cauliflower

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Human stem cell differentiating into a neuron v.redd.it/c4zws51ou5151
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TIL wrapping banana stems in plastic will slow down the ripening process eatthis.com/keep-bananas-…
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This accidentally grew eight feet tall. It has dark waxy leaves, stick like stem besides the new growth and grows like well... a weed.
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3 years of grinding Resonate stems and still missing Frequencys

As if my RNG wasnt terrible enough, after over 3000 resonate stems (maybe more) and doing everything possible im still missing 2 override Frequencys. 1st off....4 stems for every 1 frequency is stupid. 2nd why hasnt the duplication been taken out of it, i mean they're making rng easier for everything else in this damn game and 3rd....just wtf. I have soo put so many wasted hours into grinding for this triumph. I have tried using so many different peoples RNG guides with 0 luck.

Is it possible after 3 years of this that maybe bungie could make its just a tad bit easier to finish?

Am I the only one frustrated with this?

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found these two stalks on the ground a week ago, stuck them in water to try and propagate and just woke up to find them flowering! stems are kind of fuzzy, thick leaves. any ideas?
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NASA is hiring new astronauts!!! You need to at least have a STEM masters degree and be a US citizen, among other criteria. Applications due March 2-31 nasa.gov/press-release/ex…
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Finished this Wizard's Rook smoking pipe with purple stem.
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Snapped the main stem of my best plant while trying to do some LST. The snap was almost clean off. Duct taped it back together with a splint and it recovered and continued growing like nothing happened. Day 31 of flower and its still my best plant
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Charli XCX drops the official "how i'm feeling now" stems, announces plans for a special drop including her favorite remixes / edits, demos, and some new tracks twitter.com/charli_xcx/st…
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