Chrysostomos Georgiou

Joined Apr 15, 2018

Vascular surgeon, crypto- and 3d printer enthusiast and father of 2 #linux #fitness

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How does it do this?
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This one blows my mind! This climbing plant can literally mimic the leaves of its supporting tree. V is climbing plant, T is supporting tree.
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· 298d · Medicine
Most racist/homophobic/nationalistic problems have one common educational/scientific source: People don't understand statistical randomness, normal distribution and evolutionary theory.
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Robert Liston was a competent surgeon who could amputate a leg in two minutes. However one day he achieved the impossible. With a single surgery he had a 300% mortality rate.How is this possible?
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How about:
Distributing a tx with a fee and your ip address (in OP_RETURN). Then the server whitelists this ip for x hours? Could this work?
· 395d · Medicine
Iron lung. The first mechanical ventilator. It's function is closer to the physiology campared to the modern machines.
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· 408d · CashID
Could this be a solution to ddos attacks? Requiring a Satoshi to login would make ddos attacks pretty expensive.
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For more photos search "baby cage"
· 442d · Medicine
Dr. Luther Emmett Holt's theory about "airing" children (1894) taken to the extreme (photo 1934)
· 468d · Medicine
Coca leaf tea, delicious! people says that is drug, but its medicine https://imgur.com/a/gV4bGjb
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It seems you're more into the theme, let me know what you think.
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Resistent bacteria loose their resistance genes once you remove the antibiotic.
So what I meant is we filter out real noise.
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Circumstances that could be critical for your survival. But a feature that is not used becomes a bug in evolutionary terms.
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Imagine we could see beyond our visible spectrum. γ waves, radiowaves, everything. Would it be good,or would it just distract you? Of course we can find circumstances where it is good
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I agree with your whole memo storm. But I would set it differently: Evolution filters out noise. Noise that is real but most of the time useless.
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...will you be more competitive in natural selection if X? seems like this can depend on lots of things
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Donald Hoffman: Do we see reality as it is? http://go.ted.com/bE8z
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Not true. An accurate representation of reality districts you from things that matter. So it's against survival.
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I meant Businessinsider.com
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Hacked.com is a trading/ crypto oriented website.
Sadly they wish some kind of subscription.
Use Google cache to bypass it.

Same with buisnessinsider.com
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I mean the skin colour discriminations. The main biological reason we have different skin colours is vit D synthesis, wich actually should not lead to discriminations.