TIL Physical attractiveness has a significant influence on judges sentencing. The more unattractive the criminal, the higher the sentence. Results of three studies show a minimum increase of 119.25% and a maximum increase of 304.88%. thelawproject.com.au/insi…
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Coca-Cola 'paid scientists to downplay how sugary beverages fueled the obesity crisis between 2013-2015,' medical journal study finds dailymail.co.uk/health/ar…
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Black babies more likely to survive when cared for by black doctors, US study theguardian.com/world/202…
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New research provides evidence that psychedelic drugs can improve mental health by making individuals more accepting of distressing experiences. The study adds to a growing body of literature that indicates using substances like psilocybin can result in sustain improvements in depressive symptoms. psypost.org/2020/08/psych…
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Older adults with existing depression show resilience during the pandemic: A multi-site study finds that seniors are more concerned with being infected with COVID-19 than the effects of social isolation uclahealth.org/older-adul…
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Young children would rather explore than get rewards, a study of American 4- and 5 year-olds finds. And their exploration is not random: the study showed children approached exploration systematically, to make sure they didn’t miss anything. news.osu.edu/young-childr…
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Female-led countries handled coronavirus better, study suggests theguardian.com/world/202…
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Baby boomers show concerning decline in cognitive functioning, study of 30,000 Americans shows. Trend reverses progress over several generations. news.osu.edu/baby-boomers…
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My dad and grandparents don't think I can make money with food, I want to study gastronomy. Here is three of the things that I have done, what do you think?
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Facebook funnelling readers towards Covid misinformation - study theguardian.com/technolog…
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Higher BMI is linked to decreased cerebral blood flow, which is associated with increased risk of Alzheimer's disease and mental illness. One of the largest studies linking obesity with brain dysfunction, scientists analyzed over 35,000 functional neuroimaging scans iospress.nl/ios_news/body…
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Harvard study: Political parties, not voters, hurt ambitious women candidates. This finding overturns long-held belief that ambition is a political liability for womenβ€”and points the blame for the glass ceiling many female candidates face toward other sources, including political parties themselves. fastcompany.com/90541788/…
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Leaving Your Nose Uncovered Defeats the Purpose of Wearing a Mask: Study Reveals nbcdfw.com/news/health/le…
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More than a million people in the UK have quit smoking since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, new study shows businessinsider.com/coron…
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Trump frequently accuses the far-left of inciting violence, yet right-wing extremists have killed 329 victims in the last 25 years, while antifa members haven't killed any, according to a new study businessinsider.com/right…
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Trained dogs were able to sniff out Covid-19 infections with 94% accuracy: study cnbc.com/amp/2020/07/24/t…
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A new study from Oregon State University found that 77% of low- to moderate-income American households fall below the asset poverty threshold, meaning that if their income were cut off they would not have the financial assets to maintain at least poverty-level status for three months. today.oregonstate.edu/new…
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TIL: Given their lack of empathy, psychopaths are not susceptible to contagious yawning, according to a study conducted in 2015 at Baylor University insider.com/psychopaths-d…
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Major Antibody Study Finds 3.4 Million in England Had Covid-19 bloomberg.com/news/articl…
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TIL people really do have a "type" when it comes to romantic attraction. According to a study, 50% of people’s preferences for faces is unique to them, and who we find attractive is most strongly influenced by our life experiences. time.com/4057616/yes-you-…
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Neuroimaging study suggests a single dose of ayahuasca produces lasting changes in two important brain networks that support interoceptive, affective, and motivational functions psypost.org/2020/08/neuro…
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California State University will require students to take an ethnic studies or social justice class to graduate cnn.com/2020/07/27/us/cal…
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Bye, boomer: the coming cull of workers over 50: Employers seize on slumps to purge more expensive, more experienced workers, study warns marketwatch.com/story/bye…
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Study: U.S. adults who mostly rely on social media for news are less informed, exposed to more conspiracies techcrunch.com/2020/07/30…
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New study finds healthcare workers in the United States are struggling with a suite of mental-health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. On average, healthcare professionals reported enough symptoms of depression to be diagnosed with clinical depression news.ncsu.edu/2020/07/men…
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Rising temperatures will cause more deaths than all infectious diseases – study theguardian.com/us-news/2…
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A new study has identified 21 existing drugs that stop the replication of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. β€œThis study significantly expands the possible therapeutic options for COVID-19 patients, especially since many of the molecules already have clinical safety data in humans." sbpdiscovery.org/news/nat…
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Study on 11,196 couples shows that it's not the person you choose but the relationship you build. The variables related to the couple's dynamic predicted success in relationships more reliably than individual personality traits. inverse.com/mind-body/dat…
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Children who suffer violence or trauma age faster, study finds. Researchers discover links with earlier puberty and signs of more rapid cellular ageing theguardian.com/science/2…
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A new study has shown a "reverse gateway effect" among street-involved young people, many of whom have been using cannabis to help transition off of more harmful drugs amid the ongoing opioid epidemic. journals.plos.org/plosone…
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$600 unemployment bonuses did not lead to less work, Yale study shows businessinsider.com/600-u…
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A new study makes it clear: after universal masking was implemented at Mass General Brigham, the rate of COVID-19 infection among health care workers dropped significantly. "For those who have been waiting for data before adopting the practice, this paper makes it clear: Masks work." brighamandwomens.org/abou…
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Study: Most Americans don’t have enough assets to withstand 3 months without income today.oregonstate.edu/new…
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Johns Hopkins study explains why psilocybin-containing mushrooms have been consumed for centuries. β€œPsychological insight, meaningfulness of the experience, increased awareness of beauty, positive social effect and positive mood” are main reasons reported for wanting to consume psilocybin again. psypost.org/2020/07/new-p…
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People who social distance may be more intelligent, study says fastcompany.com/90527258/…
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Political ideology is shaping individual responses to the pandemic, online study of Americans finds. Conservatives who are staunch supporters of President Trump were less knowledgeable about the virus, less able to discern real from fake news and, in turn, saw COVID-19 as less of a threat. csunshinetoday.csun.edu/m…
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TIL that people scored higher in a mental agility test while wearing a lab coat that they believed was a doctor's coat. The effect was not there when they believed the same white coat was a painter's coat. The study showed that we embody associations we have with particular clothes. sciencedirect.com/science…
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A new study published in Nature argues that the recent dramatic upswing in temperatures in the arctic have only historically been seen during times of extreme and abrupt climate change. The paper claims current climate models are dangerously underestimating the rate of climate change. nature.com/articles/s4155…
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Bisexual men are real, study finds newshub.co.nz/home/lifest…
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Go study :3
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Suicidal thoughts surging, mental health plummeting during pandemic, CDC study finds miamiherald.com/news/coro…
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Study: Most Anti-Abortion States Offer Least Support for Women and Families. The reality is that states with more restrictive abortion policies also tend to have fewer supportive policies in place for women and families. friendlyatheist.patheos.c…
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Study: Middle and high schoolers can spread coronavirus as effectively as adults axios.com/childen-coronav…
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Self Portrait: Curls Study, surloceandesmiroirs (me), digital painting, 2020
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German study finds 76% of patients previously infected with coronavirus experience lasting cardiac injuries similar to those found after a heart attack boston.com/news/health/20…
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Deadly diseases from wildlife thrive when nature is destroyed, study finds theguardian.com/environme…
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Controlling Happiness: A Study of 1,155 Respondents [OC]
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Children Often Carry More Coronavirus than Adults Do. Younger children harbored between 10 times and 100 times more virus than the older children, and adults, according to a study. But it’s not clear if their high viral load makes kids more likely to infect others. the-scientist.com/news-op…
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CHILL WHILE DAREN PAINTS: character study reddit.com/rpan/r/TheArti…
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Study hard
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Older Children, 10-19, Spread the Coronavirus Just as Much as Adults, Large Study Finds. wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article…
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Science Discussion Series: We are experts and researchers who study the challenges that face Black, Indigenous, and people of color in STEM. Let’s discuss!

Hello Reddit! Science has a diversity problem. From 2002 to 2017, around 50,000 people earned Ph.D.s each year, but the percentage of Black PhDs graduating increased from just 5.1% to 5.4%. This is concerning for a number of reasons. A large body of research shows that diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) improves the outcomes of the scientific enterprise. Further, the lack of diversity is damaging to the public when it comes to trust in science, willingness to listen to expert scientific suggestions, and patient health. For example, research shows that African American patients receive better care and are more likely to agree to invasive interventions if they have a doctor that looks like them. However, since

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More than a million people in the UK have quit smoking since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, new study shows businessinsider.com/coron…
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Spain's large-scale study on the coronavirus indicates just 5% of its population has developed antibodies, strengthening evidence that a so-called herd immunity to Covid-19 is "unachievable,". Findings come from a nationwide representative sample of more than 61,000 participants edition.cnn.com/2020/07/0…
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If someone asks: What's the evidence for mask wearing? Here is a list of *SEVENTY* papers, including reviews/meta-analysis and individual studies, in reverse chronological order. threader.app/thread/12791…
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Young people should not expect to bounce right back after a COVID-19 infection β€” a new study finds that about a quarter of young adults were still not back to their normal health weeks after contracting the infection, even if they had no medical conditions and were not hospitalized. cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/w…
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Greenland's Ice Sheet Has Melted To A Point Of No Return, Study Finds cnn.com/2020/08/14/weathe…
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The $600 unemployment bonuses did not lead to people working less, Yale study finds businessinsider.com/600-u…
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Reaction to a study showing that right-wingers are more attractive
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Social Programs Can Sometimes Turn a Profit for Taxpayers - "The study, by two Harvard economists, found that many programs β€” especially those focused on children and young adults β€” made money for taxpayers, when all costs and benefits were factored in." nytimes.com/2020/07/10/bu…
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Experts know that reading to toddlers & babies, can make a big difference in children’s reading abilities later in school. But does giving away free books to low-income families with young children help with early reading? An analysis of 44 studies of book giveaway programs concludes that it does. nkytribune.com/2020/07/re…
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 30
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FIRE update 1 year in - Lean(ish) FIRE accidentally turned into Coast FIRE? A case study to consider for those who are on the fence about pulling the trigger.

My wife and I FIREd last year with about $1M invested, and 1-1.5 years of cash on hand.

The original plan was to completely stop working, and follow the standard 4% rule to live off approximately $40k/year. We thought we could do this because we had spent the past 8 years diligently saving, being frugal, and finding ways to maximize investment value.

What actually happened was the following:

  • My wife's solo business kept generating some income without a lot of time investment (a lot of that was momentum, so we expect it to slow down at some point without some more effort)
  • I got antsy to find some freelance software development work after about 6 months. I was so burned out when I left my job, I could not imagine this happening, but it turned out I really just needed a 6 month sabbatical. Now I have one project that takes up about 15 hours a week, which suits me perfectly.

The result of these two things was that we recently had a moment of clarity. For our situation, we can work

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In Cell Studies, Seaweed Extract Outperforms Remdesivir in Blocking COVID-19 Virus news.rpi.edu/content/2020…
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The faster a country required masks, the fewer coronavirus deaths it had: study globalnews.ca/news/707502…
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Children may carry high levels of the coronavirus, up to 100 times as much as adults, new Lurie Children’s Hospital study finds chicagotribune.com/corona…
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Narcissists don’t learn from their mistakes because they don’t think they make any, study shows today.oregonstate.edu/new…
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A new study suggests that upper middle- to upper-class people tend to be unaware of their class privilege. When shown evidence of said privilege, they were more likely to provide merit-based excuses focused on personal struggle and hard work. psypost.org/2020/07/study…
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Study finds that students attending discussion section on the ethics of meat consumed less meat vox.com/future-perfect/21…
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Hand study β€˜Selenelion’, Kathrin Marchenko, Embroidery on Tulle, 2020
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I (M,1), am having difficulty in finding jobs in my field of study.

Being a neonate, I often find that professional spaces tend to greatly discriminate against me - often times, I attend interviews, only to be vigorously patronized and coddled.

Last week, I attended a virtual interview for a developer position at Goldman Sachs. For the upcoming months, I poured over "Cracking the Coding Interview" by Gayle Laakmann McDowell and completed MIT's 6.006 course. I wore my best slacks, but despite this, my interviewer dismissed me the moment I came onto the call. I have difficulty enunciating, as I have no teeth, and due to this lacking of mine, my interviewer began to coo at me, saying "Who's a smart boy? Who's the cutest boy in the world?". He then turned to someone off camera and said, "I think someone just... left their kid at the computer and didn't show up for the interview...?" Fools! How insulting.. my parents are gainfully employed. And I knew the answer to his query, "who's the cutest boy" was me, of course - my mother tells me as such daily, but

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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A case study of the win rate depression phenomenon across every role: using statistics to win more just by taking the right runes

#A case study of the win rate depression phenomenon across every role: using statistics to win more just by taking the right runes

Written patch 10.16


###Introduction

There are three generalized categories of decisions that a player can optimize: (1) macro, which includes rotations, vision control, and wave management, (2) micro, which includes reaction speed, matchup knowledge, and mechanics, and (3) meta, which includes more theory-related skills such as runes, skill order, and itemization. Meta decisions are generally the easiest to optimize and improve because they don't require the nuances learned from playing hundreds of games. In this post, we justify and discuss the optimization of both keystone and minor runes using recent data from patch 10.16, sourced from Lolalytics.

League of Legends' lead gameplay designer Riot Scruffy recently tweeted that initi

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Are there any studies showing how many Covid-19 cases are asymptomatic vs pre-symptomatic, and is there a difference in the infection rate or viral load?

When the pandemic started, most of the attention was on "asymptomatic" infectees, but I've seen more people saying many of them may have instead been pre-symptomatic. What is the number of asymptomatic people that never get symptoms, and is there any differences between pre- and a- symptomatic people?

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My long time friend, basically brother, is retiring from xbox to study and work to become a marine. As a final good bye from gaming we put him in a Cryo pod in my underground vault since he loves fallout. I hope one day we can get back on this world and release him.
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FINALLY, an 'asymptomatic' study shows near zero transmission

Can we reopen schools and ditch the masks now?!?!?!

New study tracked 3410 close contacts of 391 index cases and grouped them by #COVID19 symptoms.

305 showed NO symptoms... & infected only 1 person

https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-2671

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