Has anyone seen a new feature that is good?
And Trump is so LULZ too.
Scientists have found that Liberals have a larger and more active part of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex, or ACC, than our Conservative counterparts. But while they are lacking in the ACC department, they actually have larger amygdala than we do.
asically, the more developed ACC allows the Liberal to be a better problem solver. It helps us to cipher through difficult information and make educated decisions. According to scientists, Liberal brain chemistry allows us to monitor conflict, detect errors, and we are more likely to
“respond to informational complexity, ambiguity, and novelty. Liberals, according to this model, would be likely to engage in more flexible thinking, working through alternate possibilities before committing to a choice. Even after committing, if alternate contradicting data comes along, they would be more likely to consider it. This is how science works, and why there might be so many correlations between scientific beliefs.”
Now the Cons…
The Conservatives on the other hand have a more developed center of emotion with the amygdala. It is said to be the center for fear, so with such an enlarged and heightened amygdala, much of what they do and how they react to most situations comes from basic fear response. Discover Magazine also says,
“Conservatives respond to threatening situations with more aggression than do liberals and are more sensitive to threatening facial expressions.”
“So, when faced with an ambiguous situation, conservatives would tend to process the information initially with a strong emotional response. This would make them less likely to lean towards change, and more likely to prefer stability. Stability means more predictability, which means more expected outcomes, and less of a trigger for anxiety.
Tried a few scholar searches, found a Monzón paper but the details are still missing or I am just missing these percents. Anyone have a link that supports this? 10% dog, 25% wolf, so 65% coyote.
The Monzón paper used SNP panels and did some comparisons to the mitochondrial data that were done.
I'm not eating in the Chipotle at Harvard Medical School until a banner is stretched across the roof, "Science! It works!"
The upside of mass produced food is it is mass tested. Mass produced food like Chipotle that is not mass tested might be a big bloody mistake.
That's the general source of the problem, I think: treating those end users like they don't matter - it's only the large industrial farmers that matter.
Having the chemical industry as the poster child for biotech has not been a great idea. They've pretty much painted themselves into a corner, and now want scientists to bail them out. First impressions are important.
I love this kind of math mostly because I am too stupid to do anything but do a , "wow, you did what?" but I read it through a couple of times and can almost see why Friedman is jumping up and down. An old formula using ratios to define pi is used to explain the electrons whizzing around a hydrogen atom.
Maybe you could explain it on a blackboard while mopping the floors at MIT. How do you like them apples?
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