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The virgin moon covering 90% of the sun vs the chad cloud covering 100% of the sun.

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Why do people perceive 36.5 degrees celsius as warm? Why do they sweat at that temperature?

Shouldn't it be the subjectively "perfect temperature"?

Anyone got a preferred guide for achieving prostate orgasms on here?

"just generate all graphs brah it's no biggie"

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You can make a MC analysis with Erdös-Renyi directed graphs and linear (polynomial? (linear + reLU?)) functions over this, pick two random nodes, correlation, causation, bam

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@augustus while you were arguing over if I am "really intelligent" I was "really banging your wife"

How much more likely is ¬correlation -> ¬causation than correlation -> causation?

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My opinion on immigration is that everyone should immigrate to our country rather than the competitor's. We have good working conditions and cookies
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>studies Urbanomics
>looks for first principal component
>it's Extropy
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>>> Heat. This is what cities mean to me. You get off the train and walk out of the station and you are hit with the full blast. The heat of air, traffic and people. The heat of food and sex. The heat of tall buildings. The heat that flows out of the subways and tunnels. It's always fifteen degrees hotter in the cities. Heat rises from the sidewalks and falls from the poisoned sky. The buses breathe heat. Heat emanates from crowds of shoppers and office workers, the entire infrastructure is based on heat, desperately uses up heat, breeds more heat. The eventual heat death of the universe that scientists love to talk about is already well underway and you can feel it happening all around you in any large or medium-sized city. Heat and wetness.

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Instead of thanking your LLMs after they've solved your problem give them some really easy text to predict

Or text they can just barely predixt, like a puzzle

Dopamine & serotonin for language models

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@why @georgia >living to 130

That's not very much at all, outliving the universe is the goal

[[Stock picking]] can be useful for the [[value of information]] that one gets:

Imagine if you turn out to be able to beat the market!

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