mining was unprofitable for a long while until just recently with the price recovery. mining now is worth it for the free heating.
as opposed to black fish.
You can be gentle about DH7 by attributing the improved argument to someone with high status. This is my typical strategy and seems to work well. It's a double whammy because you're implicitly associating them with someone of high status e.g. "it's funny you say that, it's very similar to an argument by ". I'm NOT saying that you actually have to know a bunch of famous arguments offhand, the better argument can be attributed fallaciously to anyone who has spoken on a topic and can have little to do with the person's original argument. Few notice and you have the out of being mistaken even if they do.
Satisficing seems a great way to describe the behavior of maximizers with multiple-term utility functions and an ordinal ranking of preference satisfaction i.e. humans. This sounds like it should have some fairly serious implications.
I think I can summarize hedonomics right here: Most people spend too much time optimizing for the acquisition of more objects and not enough optimizing their use of objects they already have (where objects can be anything we want not just physical items).
ex: "If only I was better looking!"
economics: acquire more of the properties that make you attractive to other people
hedonomics: are you maximizing your looks given your current resources?
I think the distinction relies on a naive understanding of economics, but it is nonetheless a good heuristic in general to ask that sort of question.
The things that increase testosterone serum levels are things you should be doing anyway.
I do not plan to supplement my natural levels but I do intend to use supllemental test to stay at my baseline as the level naturally drops off with aging.
I favor a diaspora cev. Why compromise between wildly divergent CEV's of subsets if you don't actually have to?
In more concrete terms, I'm in favor of holodecking psychopaths.
Using technical definitions and ignoring folk meanings is something I've been noticing more in myself and others lately. Until I started making the distinction when listening to others I never realized how painfully bad it must sound when I do it.
After further investigation I retract the "much worse" comment. It is a little more precise than I previously thought.