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Processed food -- still bad for you, now with more science.

Also, mouse study sounds like a study by mice. (teehee)
Mouse study suggests that emulsifiers alter gut bacteria, leading to the inflammatory bowel condition colitis.
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Also: "Colonic colonies"! Ehehehe
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Random comment on Twitter reminded me of this movie. Saw it on the big screen for a friend's birthday party when I was 11, and it was so hilariously bad even then...
Directed by Stewart Raffill. With Robert Urich, Mary Crosby, Michael D. Roberts, Anjelica Huston. In the far future water is the most valuable substance. Two space pirates ar...
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My favorite bad movie of all time. 
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Epic, not least because of the ASL interpreter. #theoatmeal  
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Game Of Grids
10X Disruption

Disruption, thy name is Elon. In fact, we should find a new term for what he does.

This will be very welcome in an area where power lines have been going down a lot of late, in a country where the service provider can be arrogant and, on occasion, terrifying. (We can't say if, or when, we will cut your power. Just know it will be $500 to get back up and running.)

It would be even more welcome in South Africa, one of the top ten sunniest countries on earth. My family there has to put up with 'load shedding': a charming term for supply interruption, due to overwhelming demand, in an attempt to avoid a national blackout.

Via +Ward Plunet
Earlier this week, during a disappointing Tesla earnings call, Elon Musk mentioned in passing that he’d be producing a stationary battery for powering the home in the next few months. It sounded...
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Re-did my blog thing.
This blog has a new face! I've moved to a static rendering system called Nikola that's based on Python. I was originally looking at Octopress which is built around Jekyll and other Ruby bits, but perh
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Vaccines don’t cause autism. But even if they did, is being like me really a fate worse than death?
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Holy crap!

h/t +Shar Banning 
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Dang. I wish they'd gotten the rights right before they posted it. At least I saw it!
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Decided to finally try something with the pork hocks accumulating in the freezer -- we buy pork a half animal at a time, and hocks are one of the few bits we haven't found a good use for. This slow cooker recipe looked like just the thing.

It was a good first attempt (very few leftovers) but does need a bit of tweaking next time: different initial broiling, less bay leaf & more ginger, find star anise or substitute fennel, and try corn starch because the tapioca starch we have didn't thicken the sauce at all. Luckily we have three more hocks for future tasty experimentation. :)
This dish is essentially pata tim. Think of it as a modern way to cook a dish that usually requires a lot of minding lest the sauce dries up before the pork is done.
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I am making split pea with ham hock soup in crock pot...
Ham hocks are a cheap way to add yumminess to a soup, I agree!
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Pema Chödrön on four ways to hold our minds steady and hearts open when facing difficult people or circumstances.
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“People ask me all the time why I don’t attend or am part of Women’s networks. The lack of diversity within the Women’s …
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Glad to see from the updates that he's getting some funding finally. Really very important software if you care about privacy. #setecastronomy
Werner Koch's code powers the email encryption programs around the world. If only somebody would pay him for the work.
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"It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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I have nothing bad to say about Frankie's, even as someone without any gluten issues who can eat anywhere. As the spouse of someone with gluten issues it's even better, because we can get anything without worry. The food and staff are both excellent, and as it's walking distance from my house I can't complain about the location either. The only potential issue is the size, it's not a big place, so you might want to book ahead if you're planning a dinner or weekend brunch.
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