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We're going mainstream, people! =oD
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Joaquin Phoenix Doesn’t Wear Leather, and This Is Why:


#China   #Dogs   #Leather   #Animalabuse   #Animalcruelty  
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As usual, out of line comments (i.e.: bacon "jokes" and the likes) will be swiftly deleted. Thank you.
 
You don't need to eat eggs. There are many great replacements.

#plantbased #vegan  
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+David Ford I'll check it out.
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Even the ranchers and slaughterhouses are having a problem with this outfit...
In the past 50 years, meat has gotten less fatty and easier to chew — thanks in part to the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center. But the achievement has come at a steep cost to the lab’s animals.
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"The political clash over climate change has entered new territory that does not involve a massive oil pipeline or a subsidy for renewable energy, but a quaint federal chart that tries to nudge Americans toward a healthy diet.
The food pyramid, that 3-decade-old backbone of grade-school nutrition lessons, has become a test case of how far the Obama administration is willing to push its global warming agenda.
The unexpected debate began with a suggestion by a prominent panel of government scientists: The food pyramid — recently refashioned in the shape of a dinner plate — could be reworked to consider the heavy carbon impact of raising animals for meat, they said. A growing body of research has found that meat animals, and cows, in particular, with their belching of greenhouse gases, trampling of the landscape and need for massive amounts of water, are a major factor in global warming".

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The political clash over climate change has entered new territory that does not involve a massive oil pipeline or a subsidy for renewable energy, but a quaint federal chart that tries to nudge Americans toward a healthy diet.
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Okay, I watched the video and "scream" is the right word. A hundred of those things playing at once would be TERRIFYING.
When odd, skull-shaped grave items were found by archaeologists decades ago at an Aztec temple in Mexico, they were assumed to be mere toys or ornaments, and were catalogued and stored in warehouses. However, years later, experts discovered they were
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PERFECT summary of the history of Israel as a free nation.
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At 0:28 they kick it and it just feels wrong.

Also, every time I see one of these I now immediately think of the movie Young ones (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2693664/)
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I'm pretty sure Perren isn't suggesting that we call the SPCA (SPCR?) on Boston Dynamics. It looks to me more like he's acknowledging and expressing an interest in a natural emotional reaction to the kick.
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According to the research of author David Simon, the externalized cost of our animal food system totals about $414 billion per year, which is carried by all of us.
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+Gabriel Perren sorry for the unlucky construction, it was dark night here ;)
I did expect that meat can't be as cheap as it is (Germany has horribly cheap meat, you can get minced meat for less than 2€/kg sometimes) without anyone throwing in some money.
On the other hand this is EU, we're paying millions for agricultural protectionism…
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"The political clash over climate change has entered new territory that does not involve a massive oil pipeline or a subsidy for renewable energy, but a quaint federal chart that tries to nudge Americans toward a healthy diet.
The food pyramid, that 3-decade-old backbone of grade-school nutrition lessons, has become a test case of how far the Obama administration is willing to push its global warming agenda.
The unexpected debate began with a suggestion by a prominent panel of government scientists: The food pyramid — recently refashioned in the shape of a dinner plate — could be reworked to consider the heavy carbon impact of raising animals for meat, they said. A growing body of research has found that meat animals, and cows, in particular, with their belching of greenhouse gases, trampling of the landscape and need for massive amounts of water, are a major factor in global warming".

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PCA in 3 Steps
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Principal Component Analysis explained in 3 simple steps.

Crean una súper hamburguesa sin colesterol ni carne
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Ten Types of People Who Will Try to Undermine Your Veganism: An Identifi...
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“Have you heard that soy causes man-boobs?” I think so, actually, about fifty million times from your fellow Weston A. Price Wackadoos. “But

How Bad Is Your Colormap?
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Dynamic Programming in Python: Bayesian Blocks
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Of all the programming styles I have learned, dynamic programming is perhaps the most beautiful. It can take problems that, at first glance,

A Wordcloud in Python
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Last week I was at Pycon DE, the German Python conference. After hacking on scikit-learn a lot last week, I decided to to something differen

The Glowing Python: Visualizing correlation matrices
glowingpython.blogspot.com

The correlation is one of the most common and most useful statistics. A correlation is a single number that describes the degree of relation

Linear Discriminant Analysis bit by bit
sebastianraschka.com

Understanding how a Linear Discriminant Analysis by implementing it step by step in Python

Frequentism and Bayesianism
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Jake VanderPlas has been writing a series of posts discussing frequentism and bayesianism. They are well-written, clear and insightful and u

Deepin 2014 Review: Very very artistic and different, but with a few bugs
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Peppermint OS Five Review: Move over Lubuntu - Peppermint with 5 years o...
mylinuxexplore.blogspot.com

Peppermint OS is a Lubuntu based distro offering lightening fast speed, superb cloud and web-based applications and is easy on system resour

A new method for cosmic distances: using active galactic nuclei
astrobites.org

Time delays in the light from AGNs' dusty torii can tell us the intrinsic luminosity and hence the distance to the AGN.

Numba vs. Cython: Take 2
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Last summer I wrote a post comparing the performance of Numba and Cython for optimizing array-based computation. Since posting, the page has

Numba vs Cython
jakevdp.github.io

For a more up-to-date comparison of Numba and Cython, see the newer post on this subject. Often I'll tell people that I use python for compu

Why Python is Slow: Looking Under the Hood
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We've all heard it before: Python is slow. When I teach courses on Python for scientific computing, I make this point very early in the cour

Linear regression with errors in X and Y with Python: BCES
astropython.blogspot.com

I finally had the chance to upload my BCES linear regression python code to Github! If you need to do linear regression with measurement err