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Making docker debugging a little bit less unbearable.
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Music folks are now dying of cancer in their 70s, not overdose in their 30s.

The real benefit is that any marginally successful 30 y.o. musician dying in "tragic" (ie. predictable) circumstances are good for the media, so they're transformed into martyrs without merit.

However, only real musicians get media coverage when they die old, and those are the ones that deserve to be remembered for what they've done, and how they changed the world they lived in.

RIP Bowie, Lemmy. Thanks for everything.
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The ones who OD'd in their 30s are already dead. Classic survival bias. 
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Surgiram algumas questões a respeito do dia do evento. Mencionaram que para quem vem à Campus Party o dia 26 é melhor em alguns casos.

Devemos manter ou mudar a data do encontro?
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Prefiro a data atual (segunda, dia 25)
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Prefiro o 1o dia da CP (terça, dia 26)
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Ambos dias são bons.
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- Violent crime has declined both in the US and globally: 35% decline in overall violent crime in the US over the 1995-2014 period, and a 6% decline in global homicide rates over the 2000-2012 period
- While terrorism and war have taken more victims in 2013 and 2014 than in the previous years, global deaths from war are still far below their 1970s and 1980s levels. Despite their increase, war and terrorism deaths only "remain responsible for perhaps three hundredths of one percent of global mortality".
- Between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of the world's population that's undernourished has declined from 19 percent to 11 percent
- Ebola looks to have been defeated: between November 1st and December 16th, there were only 4 confirmed cases of the disease. Trials of an Ebola vaccine this spring indicated that it was 100 percent effective.
- Polio has been eradicated from Africa, with the disease now only existing in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
- Since 2000, cases of measles worldwide have dropped by more than two-thirds, saving more than 17 million lives.
- Global child mortality from all causes has more than halved since 1990, meaning that 6.7 million fewer children under the age of five are dying each year compared to 1990.
- The number of children out of primary school has fallen from 100 million in 2000 to a projected 57 million in 2015.
- The number of electoral democracies worldwide is at a historic high at 125, up from 69 in 1989
- There are 75 countries that forbid sexual acts between consenting same-sex adults, down from 92 in 2006
- Starting from September, for the first time ever, less than 10 percent of the global population lived in extreme poverty, defined as less than $1.90 per day; this is down from 37 percent of the global population in 1990. 
The world is better-educated, better-fed, healthier, freer, more tolerant, and richer than ever before.
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I love how "more tolerant" these days boil down to just gay marriage, as if that's the most important cause world wide. 
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I was not expecting that ending 😂. 
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These guys are very rare to find, this release will be much appreciated.
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wow! did not known them yet. Very nice EBM
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Opções de agenda para 7o encontro de Haskellers.
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+Pedro Yamada a idéia era essa após termos uma votação razoável.
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"And since the entire neighborhood is adjacent to Stockholm Central Station, there are direct transit connections via sky ways. Imagine traveling from your 15-story apartment to your train without ever stepping foot on the street."
We know that cities will need to get taller and denser in the next few decades. Yet it’s not easy to convince residents to build skyscrapers. This Swedish proposal for Stockholm’s downtown incorporates light, greenery, and public space into its tall buildings. It makes density look beautiful.
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Santiago Calatrava is celebrating the opening of the Museu do Amanhã (The Museum of Tomorrow) this week in Rio de Janeiro. The highly anticipated...
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I think that if we're faced with a terrible dystopian future where people are smarter, healthier, happier, and generally better off in every way that biological alteration allows, then that's probably a cost we'll just have to accept.

> Church noted in a speech Tuesday that athletes and others interested in body augmentation have already taken advantage of just about every technology we’ve developed. Those in the transhumanist movement (many of whom are seeking immortality, or at the very least a long extension of natural human lifespans) see CRISPR as a potential tool they could use to augment themselves. [...]

> Considering how we’ve used every other medical technology for the arguably less “ethical” use of human enhancement, why wouldn’t transhumanists try out CRISPR—if it becomes available—to literally change their (or their unborn children’s) DNA to make them stronger, faster, smarter, or less disease-prone?
The biggest debate at the International Summit on Human Genome Editing is where to draw the line between "medical treatment" and "body enhancement."
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Pois eh, mas eu achava q isso seria coisa de bilionários ou de coisa completamente controlada pelo governo. Mas com o crisp, meia dúzia de pipetas e umas bactérias tunadas, qq um pode criar um desgracador genético usando mosquitos como arma de ataque, ou na melhor das hipoteses teremos receitas de implantes de ronronar, ou de olhos reptilianos disponíveis na web.
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A magnetic carbon phase, amazing. 
Researchers from North Carolina State University have discovered a new phase of solid carbon, called Q-carbon, which is distinct from the known phases of graphite and diamond. They have also developed a technique for using ...
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