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Neuroscience of everything from chromatin to circuits and amyloidosis to autism. No longer practicing self-hatred. Opinions my own.
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NPR Jul 17
Opinion: Keith Woods, NPR's vice president for newsroom training and diversity, argues that journalists should not be using the term "racist" to describe President Trump's tweets. Here's why ⬇️
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @queerelemental
Undergrad at Bowling Green State University worked in two laboratories, one got me $500 as part of a competitive scholarship, the other got me nothing other than research experience (but I agreed). These labs weren't rolling in dough
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @neuroecology
it's the Uncertainty Principle
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @DineshDSouza
Don't care who DID despicable things in the past, I care about who's doing it TODAY. And that, sir, is
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Jennifer Gunter Jul 17
Um, the beaver. Double duty 😉
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Mike Bivins Jul 17
Replying to @itsmikebivins
eww, ive been telling ppl about how the punisher skull has been coopted by the far-right. now this.
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
is this the neurophysiological basis for beer goggles?
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @bita137
consult the book of armaments chapter 5 wait chapter 3
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @elizabethdscott
CAN affect your credit, by how many points is the unanswered question. Few things matter more than debt-to-income ratio and debt-to-available credit line
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
is it like lossy compression?
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @dharmapunk5
off to the witch, I guess
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
gawd I still remember learning how to pronounce Grand Marnier because I'm apparently a little dyslexic
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @neuroecology
no it is not standard practice
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @bakermind
of course, there is the environmental impact, which is another conversation altogether
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
I'm glad to see that this exists in tutorials: "The second option is better if you want ... or if you just dislike lambda." Apparently I'm not the only lambda-hater
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
Replying to @bakermind
... scientists must train themselves in safety. They are hardly the only convention attendees, but they are particularly attractive targets for crime. I'm not sure hiding out benefits advancement of women in science, however.
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
An important conversation. However, science, like much of life, is about whom you KNOW. There's no substitute for face-to-face in person interaction, despite what Amazon et al. want to occur. When we travel we must remain vigilant...
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ᴄ. ᴀ. ʙᴀᴋᴇʀ Jul 17
it's where they keep the binders of women
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Stephanie Melchor Jul 16
GUYS. Did you know you can pipette nail polish? The next time you have to seal microscope coverslips, you don’t have to mess around with the brush....pipetting around the border with a P200 gives it time to set in the tip so it’s not so runny, and gives you 10x the precision.
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