The men’s category in sports should be converted to an “open” category, where men or women or trans people can compete as they wish. Trans people should be allowed to live their lives as they see fit. It is not transphobic to ask that someone with the advantage of a lifetime of testosterone and other male differences be required to compete in the open category.… read more “Watch “Do Transgender Athletes Have an Unfair Advantage? The Science” on YouTube”
I’ve got a new training theory I came up with and am testing. Basically, the idea is to dig a deep fatigue / tsb hole for myself of -25, then allow my body to fully recover to ideally recover to +15. Maybe those numbers aren’t perfect, but the idea is to maximize the fatigue then allow for a full recovery.… read more “Bike Workout Theory – Deep hole of Fatigue, then Full Recovery”
If we abolished the patent systems, competition would dissolve problems like this.
How did the producers of The Witcher on Netflix spend double an episode over Game of Thrones, yet create a show that is total garbage?
The music is the worst part, but the dialogue, plot, and acting all are lacking too.
I am vaxxed and boosted. Everyone I know in my very Republican rural county got the new wave of Omicron in the last ten days, including me. No one got seriously ill, even though many were not vaxxed. My symptoms were barely detectable.
I am done with Covid, I did my part to stop prevention. At this point, it is damaging children to keep them locked up.… read more “Covid – Return to Normal”
Some statistics to start the year:
During 2021 Bitcoin consumed 134 TWh in total, which is comparable to the electrical energy consumed by a country like Argentina.
Related CO2 emissions were ~64 Mt; enough to negate the entire global net savings from deploying EVs.
— Digiconomist (@DigiEconomist) January 1, 2022
For example, each new innovation on the steam engine had to wait for the last patent to expire. Patents need to be abolished as they are a parasite on humanity.
Henry Ford’s autobiography is jam packed with brilliant ideas so far:
Give the customer the best possible deal. Every year Henry Ford reduced prices on vehicles.
Pay employees more. Henry Ford paid double the going average wage.
Focus intensely. Henry Ford only built one car: the Model T and tried to make it as simple, reliable, and inexpensive as he could.… read more “Brilliant ideas: Henry Ford’s autobiography”