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The Full Belmonte, 12/30/21

A health care worker tests people for COVID-19 at a drive-up testing center at Tropical Park, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, in Miami. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) “CHICAGO (AP) — More than a year after the…

30 Dec 2021 • 17 min read
The Full Belmonte by Laura Belmonte
On the Push to De-Stigmatize Evil

Substack has warned me that gmail will truncate this message due to its length, so you may wish to read it on their website. Go to hollymathnerd.substack.com and look for “On the Push to Destigmatize Evil…

19 Jan 2022 • 46 min read
Holly’s Newsletter by Holly Math Nerd
First Draft #16: a newsletter on public language

He who shall not be named Joe Biden has had a rhetorical rebrand. Enough about national unity. Last week, commemorating the 6 January attack on the US Capitol, the gloves finally came off. “I will allow…

13 Jan 2022 • 7 min read
First Draft by The Draft
Remote jobs for January 11, 2022

Welcome to January 11, 2022 edition of NoCommute! We scoured the web to find 1,109 fresh remote jobs from 292 leading companies. These jobs were posted in the last 24 hours, helping you become one of the…

11 Jan 2022 • 21 min read
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Featured Publication
Ramifications of Restricted Breathing

Subscribe now Ramifications of Restricted Breathing With all the focus on whether or not a mask works to stop Covid it’s also worthwhile to discuss what negative impact the mask itself has. With even the…

10 Jan 2022 • 3 min read
Rational Ground by Justin Hart by COVID Reason
Numlock News: January 10, 2022 • Palm Trees, Pharma, Coaches

By Walt Hickey Welcome back! No Way Home With another $64 million internationally and $33 million domestic, Spider-Man: No Way Home has grossed $1.53 billion worldwide. This weekend saw the film jump The…

10 Jan 2022 • 5 min read
Numlock News by Walt Hickey
Pierre Bourdieu's 'On Television

Pierre Bourdieu's 'On Television Bourdieu attacks guest panels on TV stations, questioning what the process was for the people invited to get selected. He asks how involved guests are in answering the…

08 Jan 2022 • 6 min read
Irfan Ajvazi Notebooks by Irfan Ajvazi
Day #2 - Immersion reading project III.

Dear fellow language learners, Please post your responses and questions to Ranpo’s “Hitori futayaku” pp. 108-109 below. You can write about anything: What did you like about this segment? What did you…

05 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
Bunsuke’s Newsletter by Bunsuke
On vaccines, some people would rather be dead than wrong

During the grimmest days of the First Crusade in 1098, the western Christians found themselves besieged by the Turks in Antioch. They had travelled more than a thousand miles from France, and countless…

05 Jan 2022 • 5 min read
Wrong Side of History by Ed West
Identify regions in road image mentioned in sentence

Grounding Linguistic Commands to Navigable Regions arXiv paper abstract https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.13031v1 arXiv PDF paper https://arxiv.org/pdf/2112.13031v1.pdf Humans have a natural ability to effortlessly…

03 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
AI News Clips by Morris Lee: News to help your R&D by Morris Lee
The Passion Of Peter Duesberg

Chapter 1. “Snobbery? But it’s only a form of despair.” —Joseph Brodsky The Passion of Peter Duesberg The sun is hot on my head as I cross the campus of UC Berkeley, looking for Donner Lab, the oldest…

02 Jan 2022 • 46 min read
The Truth Barrier by Celia Farber
Links for 2022-01-01

These Super-Efficient, Artificial Neurons Do Not Use Electrons — So could the brain’s super-efficiency have to do with ions? https://spectrum.ieee.org/these-artificial-neurons-use-ions-rather-than-electrons…

01 Jan 2022 • < 1 min read
Axis of Ordinary by Alexander Kruel
2022: The Year Of Russia?

Here in the US the news continues to be dominated by the Prog Left’s ongoing effort to bend America and Americans to its will: top down central governance by the Left elite, canceling of all dissenters…

31 Dec 2021 • 9 min read
Meaning In History by Mark Wauck

The French overseas territory of New Caledonia held its third independence referendum in three years on December 12. While voters decided to stick with France, low turnout amid boycott calls by pro-independence…

31 Dec 2021 • 4 min read
Geopolitico by Joseph John
Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2022—we hope that everyone had a restful vacation and managed to stay safe! Before we wrap up the year, we wanted to share a few new projects that came out in December. New research papers Our…

31 Dec 2021 • 3 min read
Lab Newsletter by SIM Lab

Photo: commons.wikimedia/Sicinius. STARTERS, or HORS D’OEUVRES? (HORS D’OEUVRES: French: outside the work) You might be surprised by the title and the assertion that title makes, but I put it to you that…

31 Dec 2021 • 7 min read
cgarciadurazo: Articles, Books, Poetry by Carlos García Durazo


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Content Igniters by Mike Allison