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Mahdi
Marijuana Drastically Shrinks Aggressive Form Of Brain Cancer, New Study Finds - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014...
Marijuana Drastically Shrinks Aggressive Form Of Brain Cancer, New Study Finds
کاملن طبیعیه. وقتی خود مغز آب بره غده ی توش هم طبیعتن باهاش آب میره:))) - دودوزه
دودوزه جان چند روز پیش یک لینک علمی شر کردم که خلاف این موضوع رو ثابت کردند و کاملا مخالف این نظریه هست که ماریجوانا موجب میشه که مغز آب بره. الان پیداش میکنم :)) - Mahdi
درود بر کانابیس ;)) - ☂لبـالــــ و♬
شوخی کردم داش مهدی من خودم مشتری ام :))) - دودوزه
بلاخره يبار ازمايش كردم ، دوست نداشتم. - پرنيا
اولش تعجب کردم دودوزه جان :دی - Mahdi
آلبالو جان، های فایو :)) - Mahdi
مهدی جان با این مطالب مارا یاد جوانیها انداختی . و خوشبختانه مثل این که زیاد هم ناپرهیزی نکرده بودیم ما . منفعتش بیشتر از ضررش بوده ظاهرن ;))) - ☂لبـالــــ و♬
خوب کاری میکردی آلبالو جان, کلی منفعت بردی :)) - Mahdi
رونوشت سعید همیشه سبز... - Mahdi
مهدی جان لینک اصل مقاله رو داری؟ این خیلی کلی حرف زده من چیز خاصی ازش دستگیرم نمیشه ، حرفی هم راجع به شورت ترم مموری ندیدم - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟
مقاله پایین رو بخون با شکل توضیح داده. لینک اصل مقاله هم همونجا هست. میدونی کجا چاپ شده :)) - Mahdi
این لینک این مقاله ای هست که مربوط به سرطان هست: http://mct.aacrjournals.org/content... - Mahdi
آخه این که استفاده ی پزشکی داره و مفید هست رو توش شکی ندارم، مساله چیز دیگه ایه ، استفاده ی بیش از حدش منجر به ضعف شورت ترم مموری میشه که اینا اشاره ی خاصی بهش نکرده بودن:دی الان دنبال اصل مقاله ی دانشگاه تگزاسم :دی پیداش کنم ببینم چی گفتن:دی - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟
چیزی راجع شورت ترم مموری نگفته اصلشم ، حتی در مورد این چیزایی که گفته میگه که باید لانگتیتیودینال استادی انجام بشه Despite the observed age of onset effects, longitudinal studies are needed to determine causality of these effects. - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟
اون مقاله پایینی رو بخون. کامل در مورد مموری و این حرفا توضیح داده. کلی مقاله جدید دیگه هم دارم بهت رونوشت میدم. این فقط در مورد سرطان کار کرده... - Mahdi
راجع به سرطان که خیلی مفیده ، من راجع به مموری کار داشتم ، اون پایینیه رو خوندم که میگم دیگه:دی اصل مقاله ش هم اینه http://www.pnas.org/content... - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟
دقیقا همونه. - Mahdi
خلاصه باز هم تکرار میکنم استفاده ی عادیش مشکلی ایجاد نمیکنه که هیچ اثرات مفید هم داره، ولی بیش از حدش به اس تی ام یا حافظه ی کوتاه مدت آسیب میزنه :دی - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟
خوب گفتی سعید جان. استفاده بیش از حدش رو خوب اومدی. :) - Mahdi
مخلصم آقا :) - -سعید همیشه سبز -؟ from Android
Mahdi
Flirting differently :) - http://mahdiebrahimi.soup.io/post...
Flirting differently :)
:) - hoop
:) - Mahdi
آخی :) - وارَش
چقدر تصویرش آشناست - امیدم
تصویر کی, اژدها یا دختره ؟ :) - Mahdi
Andrew C (✔)
I was joking before, but I feel like I did win the gift exchange: http://t.co/9ZWL32fkr6
I was joking before, but I feel like I did win the gift exchange: http://t.co/9ZWL32fkr6
Was this Secret Santa-style, or white elephant? - Corinne L
White elephant. - Andrew C (✔)
Nice! - Marie
Cool :-) - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
It sure looks like you did. Congrats! - Spidra Webster
Rock on! - Corinne L
Andrew C (✔)
RT @zaidjilani: As America gets actually safer its officials have to reach further and further into the realm of hysteria http://t.co/rLct0MabOG
RT @zaidjilani: As America gets actually safer its officials have to reach further and further into the realm of hysteria http://t.co/rLct0MabOG
What do you mean safer? Have you not heard of Agenda 21 yet? - Dj Marco Andre
Andrew C (✔)
RT @jwoodham: STARBUCKS: Can I help you? ARIANA GRANDE: Medium coffee please. STARBUCKS: Don't you mean... ARIANA GRANDE: I will literally murder you.
Andrew C (✔)
RT @johnlevenstein: George Clooney knows it was North Korea because he's a likable leading man and a once in a generation computer genius.
Mahdi
Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad with Pomegranate and Avocado - Domesticate ME! - http://www.domesticate-me.com/kale-an...
Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad with Pomegranate and Avocado - Domesticate ME!
Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad with Pomegranate and Avocado - Domesticate ME!
Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad with Pomegranate and Avocado - Domesticate ME!
Andrew C (✔)
RT @daveleebbc: In 1998, the US blamed a hack on Iraq. It later transpired it was actually a couple of teenagers. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2001... (via @BrianHonan)
RT @daveleebbc: In 1998, the US blamed a hack on Iraq. It later transpired it was actually a couple of teenagers. http://bit.ly/bC6coH (via @BrianHonan)
imabonehead
"We all know that exercise can make us fitter and reduce our risk for illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. But just how, from start to finish, a run or a bike ride might translate into a healthier life has remained baffling. Now new research reports that the answer may lie, in part, in our DNA. Exercise, a new study finds, changes the shape and functioning of our genes, an important stop on the way to improved health and fitness." - imabonehead from Bookmarklet
"Enter epigenetics, a process by which the operation of genes is changed, but not the DNA itself. Epigenetic changes occur on the outside of the gene, mainly through a process called methylation. In methylation, clusters of atoms, called methyl groups, attach to the outside of a gene like microscopic mollusks and make the gene more or less able to receive and respond to biochemical signals from the body." - imabonehead
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
My Top 3 #lastfm Artists: The Black Keys (37), Zoé (7) & León Larregui (7) #lastfm http://www.tweekly.fm/twitter...
My Top 3 #lastfm Artists: The Black Keys (37), Zoé (7) & León Larregui (7) #lastfm http://bit.ly/oGe5q7
Andrew C (✔)
If I'm ever going to help colonize space, I'll only sign up for the colony where everyone shares my taste in music.
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
My 'walk in the sun' playlist is doing wonders for my current stress level. Despite other attempts, music always soothes the savage beast.
Mahdi
Eivind
Since his birthday is coming up and most of us will be celebrating it :) - Eivind from Bookmarklet
This loan is also Halal/Sharia compatible :) - Eivind
Todd Hoff
Philip K. Dick would have been 86 today: Some thoughts on his legacy - LA Times - http://www.latimes.com/books...
Philip K. Dick would have been 86 today: Some thoughts on his legacy - LA Times
"Dick’s work is full of androids, simulacra, existential questions, alternate realities, characters who cannot know themselves. “The Man in the High Castle,” which takes place in an America divided between Germany and Japan after the Axis Powers won World War II, revolves in part around a character who has written a novel imagining an Allied victory; his 1977 novel “A Scanner Darkly” involves an undercover cop whose consciousness has been so severed by a psychotropic drug called Substance D that he has begun spying on himself. The point, of course, is that reality is nothing but a construct, a mass hallucination, consensual or otherwise. If that no longer seems a particularly radical notion, we have Dick to thank for that — “our own homegrown Borges,” in Ursula K. Le Guin’s phrase, for whom existence remains elusive, if apprehensible at all." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
I've loved everything I've read by him. - Jenny H. from Android
He was amazing. - Todd Hoff
Fave Dick moment: Goes to a convention in Canada and tells everyone he feels that we are living in a matrix. In the 70's. 'Nuff said. - Harold Cabezas from Android
Lorenzo R v rs
How Neal Stephenson Is Helping To Make Snow Crash's Metaverse A Reality - http://io9.com/how-nea...
How Neal Stephenson Is Helping To Make Snow Crash's Metaverse A Reality
Adoro wuel libro, adoro il metaverso! - Emma Woodhouse
cosa darei per andare a bere una bibita con Neal Stephenson - eslr
I think he may be backing the wrong horse. - Ken Morley
Andrew C (✔)
"Oh yeah, I had America all figured out: If ya work hard, you get ahead. And if you don’t get ahead, it’s because you made bad decisions. And if you get arrested it’s because you’re breaking the law, and people who break the law are more likely to be black. Obviously. That’s why they’re always getting arrested. (How’s that for some cyclic logic?) I knew this to be true because: America was awful to black people but that was fixed during the Civil Rights movement; Therefore, we are all on equal footing now and if you don’t succeed it’s because you aren’t trying. I learned it in school. It was fact. School teaches the truth. And then, graduate school, and Professor Lee. Oh, shit." - Andrew C (✔)
Victor Ganata
North Korea Is Not Funny - Let's be clear: "The Interview" isn't a courageous act of defiance against a dictator - The Atlantic http://www.theatlantic.com/interna...
"This film is not an act of courage. It is not a stand against totalitarianism, concentration camps, mass starvation, or state-sponsored terror. It is, based on what we know of the movie so far, simply a comedy, made by a group of talented actors, writers, and directors, and intended, like most comedies, to make money and earn laughs. The movie would perhaps have been better off with a fictitious dictator and regime; instead, it appears to serve up the latest in a long line of cheap and sometimes racism-tinged jokes…." - Victor Ganata
"But it takes no valor and costs precious little to joke about these things safely oceans away from North Korea’s reach. When a North Korean inmate in a political prison camp or a closely monitored Pyongyang apparatchik pokes fun at Kim Jong Un and the system he represents—that is an act of audacity. It very literally can cost the person’s life, and those of his or her family members. To pretend that punchlines from afar, even in the face of hollow North Korean threats, are righteous acts is nonsense." - Victor Ganata
"What’s more, crowding the North Korea 'story' with anecdotes of nutty behavior and amusing delusions may ironically benefit those in charge in Pyongyang. It serves to buffer and obscure the sheer evil of a regime that enslaves children and sentences entire families to death for crimes of thought, while building ski resorts, dolphinariums, and other luxury escapes for elites with funds that could feed its malnourished people for several years." - Victor Ganata
"How many people would have watched The Interview and concluded that they should do something to help change this odious regime and bring about human rights for North Koreans?" - Victor Ganata
This was a real-life Team America and nothing else. Sony's decision was a financial decision and nothing else. The cinemas that decided not to show the film out of fear were run by utter morons and nothing else. - Mark H
"In Charlie Chaplin’s 1964 autobiography, the star discussed the backlash that he faced from Hollywood and the German and British governments when plans for The Great Dictator’s release were announced. He moved forward with the project despite these concerns, but years later suggested that he regretted that decision: “Had I known of the actual horrors of the German concentration camps, I could not have made The Great Dictator; I could not have made fun of the homicidal insanity of the Nazis.”" - Andrew C (✔)
The movie theater chains were also probably looking at the bottom line as well. I read somewhere that all it would take is about 5% of the audience not showing up during the holidays to totally wreck their profitability, given how much of a cut they have to give studios. - Victor Ganata
Andrew C (✔)
RT @kstreethipster: That escalated quickly http://t.co/BhYx9hTFGl
RT @kstreethipster: That escalated quickly http://t.co/BhYx9hTFGl
hahaha that one made me laugh snort some OJ - Steve C Team Marina
I emailed this image to Mr. 12 at school. He replied, "Well, we have 2 of them. Why not get one more?" - Steele Lawman
Rejected sequel to the Cats & Dogs films - Johnny from iPhone
Laugh in 5 languages, though. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Cats, Dogs, and Hitler: a new comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco. - John (bird whisperer)
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
RT @nerd_on: That's a heck of a bug, Android. http://t.co/3mlWSCEy1I
RT @nerd_on: That's a heck of a bug, Android. http://t.co/3mlWSCEy1I
That's a feature, not a bug. - Ken Morley
Anika
Superpowering Runkeeper's 1.5 Million Walks, Runs, and Bike Rides | Mapbox - https://www.mapbox.com/blog...
Superpowering Runkeeper's 1.5 Million Walks, Runs, and Bike Rides | Mapbox
Superpowering Runkeeper's 1.5 Million Walks, Runs, and Bike Rides | Mapbox
Superpowering Runkeeper's 1.5 Million Walks, Runs, and Bike Rides | Mapbox
"Using the new vector rendering capabilities of Tippecanoe, we were able to revisit our map of 1.5 million walks, runs, and bike rides with data from our friends at RunKeeper. All of this data is part of RunKeeper's public feed but to be expressly conscious of privacy, we've processed the data to strip the first and last 200 meters off of each route. Along with 150,000 additional routes, the anonymized tracks can now be explored all the way down to sidewalk level. This gives even better clarity into the best places from all over the world to get outside and explore." - Anika from Bookmarklet
Beautiful! - Stephen Mack
Heh, I found the route I always run. It's so bright! - Stephen Mack
I don't know how to look at my route. Maybe my blockers are blocking that option.ETA: Nevermind. I figured it out. My routes looks like it's only me using Runkeeper, though I know a majority of my runs are private. - Anika
What's really amusing are sections that you wouldn't really expect to be tracked. I have a tiny parklet nearby that is lit up! There's a hill next to mine that's also bright, but doesn't connect to the streets going down. It looks like people just walk around the hilltop. - Anika
It would be interesting to see how these lines correlate to community obesity, though I supposed it would need to add other fitness trackers to be a better representation. Since my S4 has a built-in pedometer, I don't use extra apps to track my mileage. - Anika
rönin
The Amount of Trash America Produces is Staggering. So Why Don't We Copy Taiwan? - http://magazine.good.is/article...
The Amount of Trash America Produces is Staggering. So Why Don't We Copy Taiwan?
"When it’s garbage day in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, you won’t see abandoned trash bags on the streets waiting for pickup, as you might in Manhattan. Instead, you’ll find Taiwanese citizens lining up to heave their own bags into the garbage truck each and every night. By turning rubbish collection into a daily civic duty, this island of 23.5 million has been remarkably successful at achieving something that eludes most developing nations: The richer Taiwan gets, the less trash it produces." - rönin from Bookmarklet
"The former minister of Taiwan’s Environmental Protection Administration, Dr. Eugene Chien, who helped create the program during his tenure, says its success proves that if you educate kids, they do the work for you. “If you tell the adults that they must separate the garbage, they get mad with you,” Dr. Chien told a group of journalists at a meeting in November. “But if I teach their son or their daughter, then the parent will say, ‘Why is my child so smart?’ and they will do it.”" - rönin
Do we have the concept of "civic duty" here? - Brian Johns
We used to, at least. - Spidra Webster
The not leaving trash bags outside for pickup makes sense considering how hot & humid Taiwan is year round. When I was living in Taipei they hadn't started the blue bag only restriction yet but I can imagine that not going over well here. - rönin
Sarah G.
RT @presidentcuba: A spendid day for Cuba, US and the world! I open today my official Twitter account. Connecting with all American people. Thanks and welcome!
What the over/under for number of hours before he tweets a cat photo? - Steele Lawman
Selfie. With cigar and 9mm. - Sarah G.
Micah
When did Cabbage Patch Kids become "CPK"? WAIT, DON'T TELL ME, because I'm sure it was the day they took the Fried out of my Kentucky Chicken.
Always makes me think of California Pizza Kitchen, which my old roommates were obsessed with. - Jennifer Dittrich
It became CPK when I became too lazy to type out the whole thing ;o) - Melly Claus
"Maybe the CPK have two billboard awards to your zero!" https://www.youtube.com/watch... - Mark Trapp
No no, don't blame yourself, Mellyboo—the letters are right on the kid's jersey. - Micah
Mark, actually the German subtitles made it even more epic than it already was. - Micah
Dutch, but close enough. Unless you're Dutch, them I'm sorry. Not for being Dutch, unless you don't like being Dutch. Then I'm sorry again. Also, I agree. - Mark Trapp
Having both German and Dutch heritage I have offended myself. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
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Mahdi
WarLord
Damn good thing the only countries we trade with are democracies allow free speech and elections like China and Saudi Arabia and umm #cubapolicy
Todd Hoff
Stacking Fiefdoms with Joel Salatin. Creating Multiple Complementary Businesses - http://www.permaculturevoices.com/podcast...
Stacking Fiefdoms with Joel Salatin. Creating Multiple Complementary Businesses
"A farm is not a continuity business until it provides two salaries. Do you know how long it takes you to do things on your farm? That type of time and motion analysis is important. Farmers aren’t exempt from knowing about and running the business. Consider task oriented jobs for employees versus time oriented jobs for employees. Performance oriented pay versus just showing up. Joel’s Rule on Farmers Markets: If you aren’t making $2000 per market you should be doing something else with your time. If you aren’t making that much you might be better off spending that time creating your own marketing. You may not want to house all farm business within the same business entity. YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO IT ALL. There are people out there that love doing things you don’t do. Put people into positions that that gravitate to, doing what they love, and what they are good at. Consider commission based pay for the sales staff. Joel uses memorandums of understanding that including the clause of... more... - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Todd Hoff
Million-Mummy Cemetery Unearthed in Egypt - http://www.livescience.com/49147-e...
Million-Mummy Cemetery Unearthed in Egypt
"TORONTO — She's literally one in a million. The remains of a child, laid to rest more than 1,500 years ago when the Roman Empire controlled Egypt, was found in an ancient cemetery that contains more than 1 million mummies, according to a team of archaeologists from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The cemetery is now called Fag el-Gamous, which means "Way of the Water Buffalo," a title that comes from the name of a nearby road. Archaeologists from Brigham Young University have been excavating Fag el-Gamous, along with a nearby pyramid, for about 30 years. Many of the mummies date to the time when the Roman or Byzantine Empire ruled Egypt, from the 1st century to the 7th century A.D. [See photos of the million-mummy cemetery]" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Jessie
A lot or a little? Wolves discriminate quantities better than dogs -- ScienceDaily - http://www.sciencedaily.com/release...
A lot or a little? Wolves discriminate quantities better than dogs -- ScienceDaily
"Being able to mentally consider quantities makes sense for any social species. This skill is important during the search for food, for example, or to determine whether an opponent group outnumbers one's own. Scientists from the Messerli Research Institute at the Vetmeduni Vienna studied how well dogs can discriminate between different quantities and discovered that wolves perform better than dogs at such tasks. Possibly dogs lost this skill, or a predisposition for it, during domestication. The results were published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
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