Research of the Week
Giving experiences as gifts rather than things fosters better relationships.
Caffeine causes brain entropy (thankfully).
A new blood test might identify Alzheimer’s before symptoms appear.
Consistent meditation training may lead to enduring improvements in sustained focus and response inhibition.
Sitting might not be great for your brain, either.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
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Interesting Blog Posts
The unparalleled efficiency of the human brain may be one of the biggest hurdles for AI researchers.
Cell-to-cell, we’re only about 43% human.
Why one man kayaked across the Atlantic not once, not twice, but three times.
Calling it now: We’ll be taking probiotic viruses in the next ten years.
Guess who’s coming to your next oyster dinner?
If you want to try morning journaling, these are some good prompts to get you started.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Something I’ll try next time I go cycling: Wayfinding.
Conspiracy theory no more: Goldman Sachs wonders in research report whether “curing patients [is] a sustainable business model.”
This is why I hate hot air dryers in public restrooms: “These results indicate that many kinds of bacteria, including potential pathogens and spores, can be deposited on hands exposed to bathroom hand dryers and that spores could be dispersed throughout buildings and deposited on hands by hand dryers.”
Sounds like an interesting idea: “Killing ourselves to live longer.”
Article that got me thinking: “Becoming a Man.”
One year ago (Apr 8– Apr 14)
Comment of the Week
“I usually don’t pay attention to fads, but this one seems worthy of digging further!”
– Walked right into that. Nice one, Mister_Root.
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