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Dec 8, 2023

The world’s only floating NPP Akademik Lomonosov

Posted by in category: nuclear energy

Akademik Lomonosov — is the world’s only floating nuclear power plant, located at the Russian port of Pevek, Chukotka. A nuclear FPU is equipped with two KLT-…

Dec 8, 2023

Optimizing Health with Light: Sunlight, Blue Light & Red Light

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, neuroscience

I describe the mechanisms by which different wavelengths of light impact the cells, tissues and organs of the human body, and how specifically timed light exposure of specific wavelengths can be used to improve sleep, enhance alertness, modulate hormone levels, and improve mood. I also explain the use of ultraviolet and infrared phototherapies to relieve pain increase testosterone and estrogen levels; improve skin health, appearance and wound healing; and how red light can be used to offset age-related vision loss and provide neuroprotection. Throughout the episode, I describe the mechanisms of light-based therapies and actionable tools that people can use positively impact mental and physical health.

Dec 8, 2023

How the Media Broke the World

Posted by in categories: existential risks, physics, robotics/AI

💥Join us on our Journey to 1 Million Subscribers💥 Liv Boeree is a British science communicator, television presenter and former professional poker player. She is a World Series of Poker and European Poker Tour champion, and is the only female player in history to have won both a WSOP bracelet and an EPT event. She has a degree in astrophysics and uses her YouTube channel @LivBoeree to discuss science, game theory, probabilities, extinction risk and AI.

Dec 8, 2023

Crisis in Cosmology: New Study Exacerbates Expansion Rate Disagreement

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics

The current measurements of the expansion rate of the universe are in disagreement, leading to a crisis in cosmology and the need for renewed research efforts into new physics and a new model of the universe.

Questions to inspire discussion.

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Dec 8, 2023

Mastering Articulation: Dr. Jordan Peterson’s Motivational Speech

Posted by in category: education

Become more Articulate Speech by: Dr. Jordan Peterson Your Success depends on your ability to communicate. Be a force to be reckoned with. motivational video, motivational speech, best motivational video jordan peterson motivation, jordan b peterson, free speech Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “FAIR USE” for purposes such as teaching, education and research.

Dec 8, 2023


Posted by in category: futurism

Megyn goes in (And she goes in hard) on how the media and society have been dividing America on our culture and how the media has impacted her life. She talks about Trump, Putin, and other topics that are hot in American politics.

Let me know what you thought of this interview in the comments below.

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Dec 8, 2023

The Impact of Culture on Human Behavior & Psychology

Posted by in categories: biological, food

Joe Henrich is Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University and an author. Humans like to think that we’re sovereign individuals with agency over our preferences and actions. But we are also a part of our social environment and Joe has teased apart some fascinating trends which explain how our location and culture have huge impacts on the way we behave, our preferences on everything from dating to work and family life to religion. Expect to learn why the things we consider to be human nature could just be cultural conditioning, the dangerous future if there’s lots of sexless men, how the choice between growing rice and wheat impacts family life, what diplomatic immunity to parking tickets tells us about human nature, how Joe’s lab can use language to archaeologically tell us about social trends from history…

Dec 8, 2023

Max Lugavere: Prioritizing High-Quality Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyle

Posted by in categories: food, health

Max Lugavere is a health and wellness expert, author and a diet advocate. Working out what to eat is hard. Which is odd because everybody does it. You’d think that the science of nutrition, a thing the entire human race relies on multiple times per day, would have some definitive answers. Thankfully Max can explain why it’s such a mess and give some solid principles we can all use. Expect to learn whether carnivore is an optimal diet for us all to follow, whether organic and non-GMO actually makes that much of a difference, what to look for in a magnesium supplement, the actual science of seed oils, whether sunscreen is a danger, why nutrition science is so contested, why calories matter but they aren’t all that matter and much more…

Dec 8, 2023

The Evolutionary Psychology Of Love

Posted by in categories: evolution, neuroscience, sex

Robin Dunbar is an anthropologist, evolutionary psychologist, head of the Social and Evolutionary Neuroscience Research Group at the University of Oxford and an author. Love is something that people have been trying to describe for thousands of years. Beyond asking what love is, is the question of why humans feel something so strange in the first place. Why would evolution have exposed us to this extreme sensation with huge potential for catastrophe and pain? Expect to learn how love is adaptive, why humans need to have more sex than almost all other animals to get pregnant, why ancestral men who hunted big animals were only doing it to get laid, how the length of your fingers can tell you how promiscuous you are, whether Robin thinks humans were ancestrally monogamous and much more…

Dec 8, 2023

17 Raw Lessons About Human Nature

Posted by in category: information science

Steven Bartlett is the Founder of Social Chain, an entrepreneur, a podcaster and an author. How to become a functioning human is a difficult skill to work out. Should I focus on achieving goals or inner peace? Can I become confident without being arrogant? Thankfully Steven has spent the last 2 years distilling a ton of lessons into his new book, and today we get to go through my favourites. Expect to learn Steven’s equation for unbreakable discipline, the biggest lesson from dealing with mainstream media pile-ons, why there are so few actual practitioners in the world, how to stop being your biggest critic, why your weirdness is the ultimate competitive advantage, how Steven discovered he was riddled with fake ambition and much more…⁣⁣

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