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The first is understanding the habit formation process, as summarized by Kaj Sotala here.

Link?

The health benefits of fish outweight the health detriments of mercury until way beyond the level of consumption you're likely to get to.

Just eat fish.

Sure. That still doesn't answer the question of who does hear about it. We could just say that 1% of people who read SF have heard about it, but then my experience is hard to explain - I hadn't read all that much SF by age 11. It seems quite reasonable to say that the 10 years that the Internet e...(read more)

Does your theory have anything more to say than "the internet has changed things" to explain why I knew about cryonics at Harry's age?

A little digging suggests less than a thousand tons. Most of the metal wealth extracted by the Spanish empire was in the form of silver, not gold. The spanish were able to mine about a ton a year from hispanola for some unknown period, and the inca paid a ransom of 24 tons for their king.

I'm sorry, but you've already communicated information about this sort of thing just by saying that.

They will be on the about page shortly.

Needs the tag group_rationality_diary, they reload every time there's a new comment or every 12 hours.