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> I know that P.1 (Brazil variant) seems to totally avoid natural immunity.This is completely false, and is a poor extrapolation from a faulty initial data point. There have now been several publicati...
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hacker news link | site brazil study
OP is likely talking about: https://science.sciencemag.org/content/371/6526/288?ijkey=01...Which was originally reported in the popular press as "herd immunity doesn't real". The methodology...
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One quarter per base pair, one half per whole genome.The same proofreading machinery which lowers its mutation rate, though, allows recombination when multiple infection happens. I would argue that g...
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There is lots of lithium. But lithium is kind of a tricky, its almost more chemical then a base metal. Qualifying a new lithium extraction technology is tricky, and every brine is different.Lithium is...
show context + On: Tesla is shifting from nickel to iron cathode on standard ra
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Here's a map of the minimum yearly temperatures in the US: https://www.reddit.com/r/MapPorn/comments/73h7eo/winter_low_...(note C vs F on the legend)As someone who lives in California, and likes snow ...
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For data tracking/analysis, you're looking for "quantified self" https://github.com/woop/awesome-quantified-self#awesome-quan...For exporting and owning the data the keyword is "data li...
show context + On: Map of my personal data infrastructure
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The end of the article says:>> "The fact that there are no specific terms to describe odors supports the idea of a defective association between odor and language. Odors take the name of the obje...
show context + On: The Legendary Study That Embarrassed Wine Experts (2014)
I usually look at Strava's heatmap when I'm unfamiliar with an area. Chances are if there's a path on the map, it shows up on the heatmap.https://www.strava.com/heatmap...
show context + On: OpenStreetMap proven to be a highly accurate map in top US c
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We're working on a project in that direction [0].The basic idea of the app is that cyclist record their bike rides through the city and accelerometer data is used to report dangerous situations (e.g. ...
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Volvo cars will notify other Volvos about slippery roads and other road hazards, and there's work to share this data with other car manufacturers as well. https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/volvo-euro...
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According to Wikipedia [0], about 500,000 Horseshoe crabs are bled each year, with a mortality rate of 5-30%, depending on the source. In contrast, about 1,000,000 Horseshoe crabs are used as fishing ...
show context + On: Horseshoe crab blood to remain big pharma's standard as grou
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saved you a search: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/15/statista-how-far-behind-us-i... . includes this depressing factoid, "American workers took an average of just over 17 days of vacation in 2017...
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Is this true? It seems like Canadians drive less than Americans do, which I'm guessing is because Canadians live and drive in higher-density environments where they can make shorter trips and kill few...
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>The US system doesn't even benefit the wealthy.That's a ridiculous statement, it benefits the wealthy massively. We can argue over whether or not these benefits would be even more massive without ov...
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Sorry, car accidents won't cut it. Here are the life tables: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr61/nvsr61_03.pdf which link to this spreadsheet: https://ftp.cdc.gov/pub/Health_Statistics/NCHS/Publ...
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Yet the median disposable income per person, after adjustments for government provided healthcare and education is enormously higher than any other nation, according to the OECD.https://data.oecd.org/...
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West Virginia is 92% non-Hispanic white (2018) and has the lowest life expectancy of any US state (74.8). Which clearly disproves that common hypothesis. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._s...
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Similar gaps between the US and comparable countries are apparent at age 40 too: https://www.healthsystemtracker.org/chart-collection/u-s-lif......
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The maternal mortality rate in the US is about 50% higher than in the UK for white mothers (8 versus 12), and the same for Black mothers (about 40): https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-47115305.Asians...
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