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  • hypoxia

    hypoxia

    March 10, 2015, 1:52 pm

    and well it is a controversial issue, most of the things that are thrown at you in the interview process are meant to provoke emotional or intellectual reactions, to see how you go about problem solving and remaining calm when confronted with situations with which you may not be comfortable with.

    there are various scenarios, either in a group or alone. although to be honest, by the time you are at this stage, there is a very high chance you will get into the course. The main purpose of these scenarios is to weed out the truly insane and/or socially inept (believe me, there are always some truly interesting applicants)

    there are other degrees that require interviews, although I suppose the exam is pretty unique to med. This is probably due to a combination of demand for the degree and the type of people required to excel in this field.

    I was more responding to the accusation that

    "First, you need a letter of recommendation from a practicing doctor. Then you have to sit before a board from the AMA where they ask you your opinion on various controversial issues, and then decide if you can even begin to study."

    neither of which is the case, as you found out yourself.

    No opinions are asked about controversial issues, as doctors themselves range in their beliefs. It is only your ability to realise that there are wide range of ways of approaching problems of this social/political nature that is being assessed.

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  • Yeeaaaarrrgh

    Yeeaaaarrrgh

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    First off, I'm a horrible lyricist, so I stick to music only - of all styles. My theory is that if it is a good song, it deserves to exist. I've got a good friend who I think is a great writer and he takes care of verbal aspect. But before then I typically will have nonsense words or phrases to sing along with what I've written but these RARELY, if ever, go beyond me. I don't want to spoil other ideas by planting my own. It's worked well so far, imo.

    I also have what I call my Lego System - I write fragments that can be interchanged relatively easily with others. Should something not work I remove a section and replace it with something else with and make they key work. This system also comes in handy with my writing partners. If I get stuck on something, I record a simple MP3 of it, email it to them, let them throw it around and see what comes back.

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  • daisy0808

    daisy0808

    March 10, 2015, 6:31 am

    I remember reading an article sometime ago that many companies have caps on the total amount that goes to cancer research of their 'pink' products. So, the makers of a yogurt company would cap the total donation at $100,000, yet sell far more 'pink' yogurt than this donation amount. That is disgusting. Clearly, selling a pink item is just another money grab.

    Not only that, but there are other cancers that need attention too. I'm dealing with cervical dysplasia, which is currently high grade - and could develop into cancer if not treated. However, no one talks about how common this is, or how many women should get a pap smear to detect it early. No pink ribbons here. And, prostate cancer for men is a huge issue that needs just as much attention as breast cancer - where are the prostate ribbons?

    The more pink shit we sell, the less we focus on cancer treatments beyond the breast.

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  • kiwipete

    kiwipete

    March 10, 2015, 8:33 pm

    Lessons learned as a winter cyclist in Montana:

    * Studded snow tires are absolutely required if there is ice

    * Studded snow tires are absolutely worthless in "car snot" (the brown ice powder that results from cars driving over a section of snow repeatedly.)

    * A thin blanket of fresh snow is heaven to ride on, both for traction and enjoyment.

    * Nothing will make getting passed on a bridge by a logging truck less than terrifying.

    EDIT: I forgot the best point of all!

    * You never have to worry about starting your engine

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  • lordkoba

    lordkoba

    March 10, 2015, 8:35 pm

    You can't try a common password from the same IP because it would get (temporarily) blocked too.

    There's nothing you can do against a botnet though, although botnets are not cheap, and even the biggest botnets can only get a few shots per day per computer because the IPs get temporarily blocked.

    If they are as half as paranoid as me, when the rate of password validations raises, a captcha would appear until the rate goes down again. This isn't a silver bullet against a botnet but you are raising the processing cost of the attack even further.

    You should check with your bank if you are really paranoid. Many allow (at least in argentina) to tie your account to an e-token device or even restrict the access by IP address.

    The basic premise remains: it's easier to steal a password from the user's computer than from his head or trying to brute force it.

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  • FlyingBishop

    FlyingBishop

    March 10, 2015, 1:50 pm

    10 times is a ballpark figure. Actual mileage may vary. It helps to remember that the first Eukaryote was likely an improbable fusion of several prokaryotes, the Mitochondria especially look almost unchanged from this first fusion.

    You might also look at the density of fluids vs. solids in the body. Prokaryotes have a smaller surface area, so I'd say they have a much smaller fluid/solid ratio.

    On a side note, Firefox suggests eukaryote as a proper spelling for prokaryote. Hunspell makes me sad.

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  • lmntal

    lmntal

    March 11, 2015, 8:59 am

    I second that. I'm about to leave Apple after 3 years as a “Creative” (read: guy who shows old people how to crop a photo) so I've definitely got the patience thing down. But I'd be game to do in-home visits. I do think having a (cheaper) option for people to come to you (the only option Apple's ever had, actually) will be an appealing choice. When I've done consulting in the past, I've charged $50/hr and that tends to exclude some less-fortunate folks, including those who've lost their job and are trying to start new home businesses or a presence online (Hey! That sounds like me!)

    Edit: redundancy and the avoidance of repetition

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  • blackn1ght

    blackn1ght

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    I agree with you. From recent screenshots (I think yours is a bit outdated), there isn't enough emphasis on browsing applications: it's just a little browse button amongst an area for searching applications.

    I also don't understand how users will switch between windows in gnome-shell. There is a greater focus for switching workspaces (something Windows users are alien to) than switching applications.

    I personally don't see what's wrong with the current Apps/Places/Sys menu. I think Gnome3 should of been about improving the GTK toolkit to make it more advanced and inline with other modern desktop environments, and improved theming.

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  • closer_to_eden

    closer_to_eden

    March 11, 2015, 1:34 am

    My advice would be to find a server you like, and play on it a lot. Become one of the regulars, talk to the other players. The more you talk, the more they'll talk back, and if you're lucky you'll find some excellent team players that way.

    Alternatively, approach it from the other side and find a clan or group that seems to agree with your playstyle, and try 'em out. I play with a couple of friends, although I'd like to think some of the reddit regulars appreciate my medic now. Or even know who I am. >.>

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  • Podspi

    Podspi

    March 11, 2015, 1:38 am

    While I agree with you on keeping a desktop for gaming/heavy computation, I disagree on going the cheap laptop route. Two years ago I bought a relatively expensive Gateway C140X (sadly discontinued now) and it is still going strong. It is a joy to own, as opposed to the 600 dollay HP I had before it. Personally, I say get an expensive laptop and then use it like a laptop (no games, media file conversions, mathematical simulations) and leave the heavy lifting to a desktop, which can be easily replaced/upgraded

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  • ppinard

    ppinard

    March 11, 2015, 12:05 am

    High risk: So is driving a car, going to a hospital or smoking

    Just saying "its simple, just dont have sex!" is closed minded, if it were that simple, it wouldn't be a problem, the bottom line is that people DO have sex because its an intense psychological drive, and its fun, and you're never going to stop that. (A quick look at how spectacularly abstinence only sex ed has failed proves that)

    As you'll never eliminate the human sex drive - you need to find ways to mitigate the consequences; starting with contraception, and for when that fails and the mother absolutely cannot handle having kids, she should be able to choose to end it

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  • nigglereddit

    nigglereddit

    March 11, 2015, 1:01 am

    Perhaps you should look up "pathology" in a dictionary before you lose your temper?

    Atheism is pathological in that represents a deviation from a normal condition, as defined by the overwhelming majority position, and exhibits definable symptoms and behaviours.

    > The facts might say I'm wrong, but if I never look them up they don't exist!

    Actually that's one of the key behaviours in atheism - the refusal to learn and research before taking a position. See how atheists even here will demand to be spoon-fed the most rudimentary and accessible information, like quotes from Dawkins or the identities of atheist mass murderers in place of finding them out for themselves.

    It's really very interesting. Obviously atheists rarely examine themselves in this way and are commonly uncomfortable with it (in fact many become angry and abusive) but it's well worth the effort.

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  • Ardentfrost

    Ardentfrost

    March 10, 2015, 7:09 am

    I don't think I agree with your $15-20 increase estimate there. When I make hamburgers at home I use (relatively) local, (100%) grass-fed beef which is what I would choose if price were no object, and it's not anywhere near your estimation.

    As a matter of fact, when me and a group buy a cow, the per-pound price of meat only comes out slightly more expensive than the crappy corn-fed stuff at the grocery store. Let's assume ground beef in the store to be $2/lbs and exaggerate the price over that I pay for the good stuff to be $2.50/lbs. So, compare that in a quarter pounder at McDonald's ($0.50 or $0.63 in meat) and it's not too much of an increase.

    And the price my group pays for meat is higher than corn-fed because the demand is relatively low. Increase demand for the good stuff and production would increase, thereby driving the price down.

    And if we did that, we wouldn't have to feel as bad as we do about eating meat. All that heart and colon cancer stuff is because corn feeding meat throws off the ratio of Omega 3:Omega 6 fatty acids. Grass-fed has more Omega 3 which is the stuff that is good for the circulatory and digestive systems. Omega 6 is a coagulant and, while needed, getting too much (compared to Omega 3) causes the problems we blame on eating too much meat.

    I do certainly agree with you about removing legislation... good luck on that though. Congress gets a LOT of money from lobbies who support those laws.

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  • haldean

    haldean

    March 11, 2015, 4:51 am

    Wait, so the biggest reason you dislike Mono is because it puts processes that have camel-case names and .exe at the end in your process list, and because of that you prefer Java?

    > Much faster, is completely cross platform, has better tooling, has a vast library, is massively documented, has the biggest community on the planet, is open sourced, runs on anything with a CPU, and has super cool languages like scala, jruby, clojure etc that you can mix and match at will.

    You mean, kind of like C?

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  • duus

    duus

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    What a cartoonish view of the world. Did you know that central bankers meet in a defunct volcano, and curse the name of every gold-owner, whilst shaking their fists in the air, too?

    edit: downmods without comment. sorry i don't think you're superheroes, fighting every central bank in the world with your ownership of gold. Please, continue in your adolescent fantasies. I bet they're coming to get you, too, but somehow: you, and *only you*, can outsmart them at their own game. ROLL CREDITS.

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  • jaiwithani

    jaiwithani

    March 10, 2015, 2:00 pm

    No one's solved the online-community-decay problem yet.

    1. Online community has innovative, interesting structure promoting interesting content and thoughtful commentary.

    2. More people see this and join.

    3. Site becomes more well known, and the Internet's stupid brigade starts to take notice.

    4. Loud stupid people hijack the site to promote whatever happens to spill out of their caps-locked keyboards.

    5. People turned off by the stupid turn to a new, less-well known site which is just getting started and has some innovative features...

    Slashdot, Digg, Reddit. All of this has happened before. And it will happen again.

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  • Dragonator

    Dragonator

    March 10, 2015, 8:59 am

    Being a basement prolonged exposure to some kind of gas or spores that would cause hallucinations and/or blackouts could explain everything, especially considering the fact that neither of you could validate the other's accounts (He saw the clock and shoes, you did not. You heard and saw the furnace, but he did not.).

    The clock could have been a hallucination and he could have stacked the shoes himself during a blackout episode then forgot. Prolonged exposure to such an agent could cause vomiting and somnolence. Limited exposure compounded by alcohol could accentuate hallucinations especially after being imprinted with the possibility of a "haunting".

    My advice is have the basement checked for any fungi or any other kind of infestation. Prolonged exposure could be extremely hazardous to one's health.

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  • soddit

    soddit

    March 10, 2015, 11:02 pm

    Manipulating hormone levels still seems like a bad idea to me. Birth control pills do affect women in more ways than just making them less likely to become pregnant. It affects their behaviour and their sexual preferences.

    I don't know about you, but I've had some bad experiences with pharmaceuticals. Some years ago, I was on anti-depressants. I experienced serious side effects from almost all of them, some of which weren't even listed. A few of those side effects were more or less permanent, such as having a semi-dry mouth and an increased propensity for skin infection. After what I've read, and after what I've been told by doctors, anti depressants can generally be considered kid's stuff compared to hormone manipulation.

    As for failure the rates of condoms;

    I know combining the pill and the condom makes it the least likely that the girl becomes pregnant; 1 in about 16700 at *perfect use*.

    At typical use, the rate is about 1 in 84.

    Just using condoms, the likelyhood in about 1 in 7 with average use, and 1 in 50 at perfect use.

    If you combine condoms with coitus interuptus, the likelyhood is about 4%, or 1 in 25 at average use, and 0.0008%a, that is 1 in 1250, with perfect use.

    Still not as good as pill+condom, but still pretty good, and that's assuming vaginal penetration every time you have sex.

    So anyways; I'd rather use a condom than voluntarily inject something that's meant to affect my balls. If the girl is on the pill and wants to keep being on it, then fine, but I won't demand it from her.

    Edit: Besides, mathematically, if you do something that has a 1 in 50 chance of failing, fifty times, it doesn't mean it's an automatical failure once you hit the 50 mark; the chance is still one in 50 every time you do it. A failure might never happen, or conversly, it might happen at the very first instance.

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