I started training for endurance athletics (long distance running and road bike racing) back in 2008 and the first thing I did was get my diet sorted not only for training, but for general health.
2. Nutrition is definitely the most important aspect of health next to physical activity (loading your skeleton, stressing your muscles, etc.) If you want to understand why nutrition as a science and as a conscious thought is suppressed in most of the world you are going to have to TRAVEL DEEP DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE AND SWALLOW BIG-ASS REDPILLS THAT WILL BLOW YOUR FUCKING WEAK,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7761041 Has there been any research to support your conclusions, other than anecdotal ones?
I am not trying to discredit what you are saying, in fact I agree with most if it. But why does this imply good health? If anything it makes it sound as if it only effects how much energy you want to intake, which really is more of an example of the idea of calories in vs. calories out.
In the reduction of rational the standard definition intention within personality gives the variance of the elementary rendition of persuasion within the characterization of the standardized environment of which can be deigned that of a 'fit' in such; this implies that when suspending the characterization of a study of a environment you will find a simplistic chain of redactions that correspond with only minor confrontation with each other, this set of variances is systematic with the nature of what makes some... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
C = Speed of causality (otherwise known as speed of light)
What if the speed of light really is something different and we just experience it this way?
Consider the following world:
In a far distant universe things are different. Distances between objects are measured not spatially, but as space-time vectors which denote how far spatially and how far in time the events differ. This unit of measurement is more more useful since someone who stays still still moves at v=c in a completely vertical line parallell to ct.
Now if all that is clear, consider... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Proving the first two are very simple, consider if you travel at v = 0.99c and you consider a train going into a tunnel at the exact same size as the tunnel. A "considerably" inertial object at the surface of the earth or even in space will both observe the object exactly disappearing then reappearing on the other side, you however at v = 0.99c relative to the tunnel and train will never see the train completely hidden in the tunnel as you will see both ends stick out slightly. This is because the train moves relative to the tunnel and contracts the space of itself... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
that is the time it took to render the frame. If we are running 80fps, then we pass in 1/80s to the render method. This is fine in small quantities but easily gets out of hand when objects move close to the border then a large lag appears and suddenly the object moves through the wall with no collision.
This very model has a problem: Objects move in variable timesteps and thus there is no global maximum velocity or an agreeable constant of causality. One solution is to agree on a maximum timestep, nothing can occur faster than 1/60 s and beyond that we can accept... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Labyrinth riddle. Two girls (1 always lies, the second always teleschermi truth in a room with 2 doors) i remember that there was a pic with 2 more difficulties to solve im looking for this . One was like "any girl does not know anything about other girl existance"
don't know about the other one you're talking about. but if the girls don't know about each other, can I explain them ? after all, the rule is only 1 question, it doesn't say anything about explanations. (love the pic)
how do i become mediocre at statistics? i don't want to be good at it. i just want to be able to solve simple problems. i don't know anything about it but i know mediocre multi-variable calculus and mediocre linear algebra
Has there ever been an Asian STEM professor who didn't suck ass?
I'm not a racist by any means. I go to a top 20 math / engineering school, so I'm sure these guys are great in their fields and everything and maybe even great educators in their home country, but as educators in English they're horrible 100% of the time in my experience.
What's the most advanced/coolest/most interesting space related thing our generation is going to witness? Primitive colonies? Asteroid mining? The development of a new form of space travel? Post your predictions.
So recently a paper came out that showed that mealworms can eat, digest and survive on styrofoam. I wondered if other species could do the same so I tried it out with the much larger and totally different species, superworms. Not only will they eat it but they seem to quite enjoy eating it. check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS9PWzkUG2s
>>7760107 Probably but you'd want to feed them some oats or fruit for a bit, 1 for the taste and 2 to be sure there's no bits of styrofoam left in them. I was thinking put some vermiculite or perlite in with them and as they die and poo soil builds up in the bottom. Then all of the nutrients stored in them goes directly back to the soil and we can just grow some tastier stuff.
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