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Links passing through api.viglink.com?

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Phil Zimbardo answering questions on Reddit

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Looking for a quote

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Looking for a comic that was posted here

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[LINK] Wondermark comic talks about "carpe diem" vs. "think more"

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Can't downvote

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Michio Kaku to answer questions from a Reddit thread

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Kazakhstan's president urges scientists to find the elixir of life

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Transhumanism thread in progress at Reddit

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Recent Comments

both A and B used the word "body" in places where I would have expected "self" or "mind" or "person"

I don't know where it originates or whether it serves any deliberate purpose, but that's common in social justice writing.

Interesting to read this shortly after this. Does Ta-Nehisi Coates have "influence"?

Did you mean to post that somewhere else?

Initial reaction: "That's news?".

That said, your link seems to be dead, with no archive. Do you have it saved?

From the comments:

>Let me demonstrate how the summary statistics you report are entirely consistent with models which totally contradict your inferences. >(...) >your statistical model is bad and the data *cannot* support any alarmist claims about society discriminating enormously against high...(read more)

How did it go? It seems like it would create some unsettling ambiguity in the "happy" ending.

>Crazy guy: Hey, June\*! Do you know that my cabinets keep opening and closing by themselves? >June\*: Well, do you believe in ghosts? >Crazy guy: Yes, I do! >June\*: Maybe your place is haunted, and the ghosts just want to say hello. >Crazy guy, after thinking a while: No, I think it's just...(read more)

They didn't anticipate what the Internet would become--because they weren't fucking insane...

Robert Evans, Cracked

Related: Stranger Than History.

They didn't anticipate what the Internet would become--because they weren't fucking insane...

Robert Evans, Cracked