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We've been doing it wrong the whole time...

University of Birmingham’s Dr. Raul Pérez-Mohedano conducted the research and recommends arranging the dishes in a circle, following the dishwasher’s rotating arms. These will be your filthiest dishes and encrusted with carbohydrates, like spaghetti. Meanwhile, dishes with protein stains, like from eggs, go around the edges of the dishwasher.

Positron Emission Particle Tracking (PEPT) for the analysis of water motion in a domestic dishwasher

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Science: Is there nothing it can't do? A new study found that most people are loading their dishwashers all wrong; it's all about what's on the plates, surprisingly enough.
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Happy birthday, +Tara Jones​! Love you! 
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+Luke Seymour I agree.  I watched it because I wanted to see what all the fuss was about while at the same time trying not to hold it up to the hype.  

Sony pictures rolled the dice on this one and came up with snake eyes.  

Alas, I didn't mean to detract from the original topic post so... HAPPY BIRTHDAY +Tara Jones!!!
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You weren't cool in middle school unless you had JNCO's and notebooks covered with Alien Workshop stickers. 
We're sure you remember JNCO from the halls of your middle and/or high school. After all, who could forget the sight of their absurdly wide legs blowing in the wind, those logo patches, and
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In middle school?
 
Fuck I'm old.
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+Union of Concerned Scientists has produced a report that happens to be remarkably timely in the current state of #GMO discourse. As I noted earlier this week, a bunch of plant scientists have been served with FOIA requests from politically- and financially-motivated activists. [more on that here: http://news.sciencemag.org/scientific-community/2015/02/agricultural-researchers-rattled-demands-documents-group-opposed-gm ]

UCS and I have not been on good terms in the last few years because of their bizarre stand on GMOs. They have even instigated some of the abuse I've seen, in fact. However, they recently cleaned house in that department. I've been waiting to see if there are other substantive changes.

But I have to say this report was far more even than I expected. And if they are trying to become the ACLU of academic science support, and if they really are going to support the plant scientists, it would be a nice change of pace.

I was told on twitter that there is support for the plant scientists: https://twitter.com/GretchenTG/status/566300857453793281 
The Union of Concerned Scientists puts rigorous, independent science to work to solve our planet's most pressing problems. Joining with citizens across the country, we combine technical analysis and effective advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for a healthy, safe, and sustainable future.
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How dare people ask government employees how tax dollars were spent!
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Happy Friday the 13th Goober Plus. 
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Where's the gluten free corn? 
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LMAO! Yes, people are that stupid.
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Lol... I can't even.
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Something like that...
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cross it several times a week have yet to see the troll
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"Over time, Arctic apples will age and brown just like any other fruit, but at a slower rate. The apples have been genetically modified to slow down production of polyphenol oxidase, an enzyme responsible for browning. This was done by inserting extra copies of a gene that produces the polyphenol oxidase enzyme into the apple; the apple reacts by shutting down all such genes.

During its assessment of the fruit, the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service found Arctic apples posed little to no "plant pest risk" to animals or other agriculture. It also determined the farming of the apples posed no significant risk to the environment."

Basically the genetic modification was to insert multiple copies of the apple's own polyphenol oxidase gene into the apple genome. This is a relatively mild genetic change.

Over time there will be more and more GMO products on grocery store shelves and consumers will gradually realize that there is nothing intrinsically harmful with consuming GMO plants and animals. 
The US Department of Agriculture has decided to deregulate two new apple varieties genetically engineered to resist browning, The New York Times reports. That means the apples, which will be...
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Ah, I didn't even think of fruit salad. That does make sense.
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Oogie boogie!

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Today's graphic takes a look at common components in vaccines and their purpose. More detail here: http://wp.me/s4aPLT-vaccines
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Yes. It's right up there. ^
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Co-founder/COO/Clinical Informatics Analyst
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Healthcare Informatics
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  • Clinical Informatics Analyst, 2009 - present
  • ClearFuture Healthcare Inc.
    Co-Founder/COO, 2014 - present
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If you've had me circled for any amount of time you will likely notice most of my posts are about science, healthcare technology, the future of healthcare and medicine, and all around advocacy for evidence-based science. I also like to throw in some humor and other goofery.


My other interests include:
  • Genetics
  • Pharmacology
  • Healthcare
  • Patient Education
  • Public Health
  • Informatics
  • Telemedicine
  • AI
  • MOAR SCIENCE
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The views expressed herein are my own and do not represent the views of my place of employment or anyone else.
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Amazing wife and kids!
Education
  • Indiana University
    Informatics, 2003 - 2008
  • Singularity University
    FutureMed, 2013