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Nick Bostrom: Moral uncertainty – towards a solution? [link, 2009]

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Japan Weighed Evacuating Tokyo in Nuclear Crisis [link]

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Fissure opens in chess AI scene [link]

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Details of lab-made bird flu won't be revealed [link]

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Spend Money on Ergonomics

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Larry King: I want to be frozen

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Kickstarter fundraising for largest Tesla Coils in history

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One pixel electronic contact lens tested on rabbits [link]

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The nocebo effect [link]

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The idea that Bayes Camp could have been the most awesome thing at Burning Man is funny to me, looking back on this.

As a speculative ecurrency investor, I am gambling for retirement.

We should have done this! How'd it go for you?

You can withdraw money from a traditional IRA for a first time home purchase without penalty, I think.

I just meant that paying $300/month for driveway parking would seem crazy to the large set of people used to paying $300/month or less for nice housing inside in various other parts of the world.

Probably more like $3500 in the Bay Area.

Lasik circa 2013 is way, way, way better than Lasik circa 2003. It's mostly done by machine based on a precalculated map of your eye. Correcting higher order aberrations improves aspects of your vision that can't be improved by glasses or contacts. To me, ...(read more)

I knew that home film studio would be useful for something...