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I hate this ****ing hegemonic heteronormative cis straight white male patriarchal bullshit that rules society
Plus the laugh track it horrendous.
My god, how I hate laugh tracks.
The fire brigade and the police force are not included when I talk about welfare or universal healthcare. I could talk about them but its for another thread maybe. Also your analogy doesnt take into account that I can voluntarily give people. My idea doesnt involve keeping all of the money to myself and watching the poor people starve. I have been held up by an armed robber a few times by the way, they usually dont want to shoot you.
Healthcare and welfare arent the only ways to help out poor people. There are a lot of other things that could help out those who are poor which I feel like the UK and the rest of Western European countries arent doing. As one example I dont think the government should set the minimum wage. There should be no minimum wage laws in my opinion.
If you look at the first paragraph I wrote you'll see that I would've agreed with you.
Basically, post pictures of characters you feel dress well. Not neccessarily formal or anything, just characters who you think always wear great outfits.
James Bond, of course, has been a fashion icon for decades. All Bonds (excluding Lazenby) have dressed with the handsomest suits of the contemoprary times.
Tell me, how do you feel about garden gnomes?<________<
Ta-dah, your personality type is INFP!
Introverted (I) 68% Extraverted (E) 32%
Intuitive (N) 55% Sensing (S) 45%
Feeling (F) 65% Thinking (T) 35%
Perceiving (P) 68% Judging (J) 32%
Exactly. It's almost as if life itself gives us cancer.
It's all in Eb standard man! They don't change up the tuning at all!
The second solo especially is pretty fast, I'll probably end up improvising bits of it.
can our imagination play a role in this?
some people have "false" memories
anyway i can only see this leading to the powers that be using it against people
I find it insulting that idiots like these propose that the information stored in our brain is as trivial as bits and bytes. The brain is the pinnacle of continuous signal processing - these digital analogies are embarrassing.
Now, my objections with this publication come from learning about microtubules in uni. We learned that microtubules are very dynamic structures. I find it hard to believe that such constantly changing proteins could store information for long periods of time. However I'm still doing my undergrad and by no means claim to be an expert on microtubules.
Here is a post from r/science that pretty much sunk the theory for me:
There is a great, well-supported, theory of how memories are encoded in the brain called synaptic long-term potentiation. This theory says that memory in our brains is stored in the complex web of synapses that connect our network of neurons together. When we learn or forget something, some of those synapses get a bit stronger or weaker-that's where the information lives. There's good evidence that this is true e.g., this nobel prize winning line of work However, almost no one would make the outrageous claim that this explains all of memory, just that we know where the "atom" of memory lives-and it lives in the synapses.
Hameroff is proposing that this framework is wrong, and instead memory is stored at the sub-cellular level in microtubules (the neural skeleton). This is an extraordinary claim (it would mean among other things, that all of the electrical firing that happens in neurons, signifies nothing), for which is offered very ordinary evidence. The paper merely shows that there exists a microtubule protein that has multiple states and therefore could act as a switch. If you have switches you can store bits-but there's no evidence presented that any information is actually being stored, let alone that the information being stored has anything to do with memory.