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Playing With Numbers

Tue, 09/11/2018 - 14:45
https://washingtonmonthly.com/2000/09/01/playing-with-numbers/

Fleisch versus Kohlenhydrate - Die unterschiedlichen Gene - YouTube

Fri, 09/07/2018 - 19:28
Enzyminhibitoren enthalten essenzielle Aminosäuren, sind aber unverdaulich. Im Fall Soja (für Schweinmast) war erst nach massiver Hitze- und Druckbehandlung (Zerstörung der Enzyminhibitoren) die Verträglichkeit erreichbar. Nur durch gentechnisch hergestellte Eiweisszusätze verbesserte sich der Gesundheitszutsand der Tiere.

Mahlzeit! - Der Mythos vom weißen Gift (Archiv)

Fri, 09/07/2018 - 16:43
Ausreichend Salz im Essen rettet Leben Damit sind die Maßstäbe klar: Der Natriumstatus sollte im Blut und nicht im Urin erfasst werden und auch die Anzahl der Todesfälle sollte nicht fehlen. Eine solche Studie wurde dieser Tage veröffentlicht - prospektiv mit 3.000 gesunden älteren Herren, die elf Jahre lang beobachtet wurden. Ergebnis: Je weniger Natrium im Blut, desto mehr Herzinfarkte und Schlaganfälle. Irritierend war: Bereits "normale" Natriumspiegel waren mit einem erhöhten Infarkt-Risiko verknüpft, wenn sie im unteren Normbereich lagen! Insgesamt starben im unteren Normalbereich (135 mmol/l) fast doppelt so viele Menschen wie beim mittleren Wert (140 mmol/l). Die Gefahren von zu wenig Salz wurden in den letzten Monaten gleich von mehreren Studien aus aller Welt bestätigt. Doch die Fachöffentlichkeit und die sonst so beredte Gesundheitsaufklärung schweigen fein stille. Deshalb in aller Deutlichkeit: Ausreichend Salz im Essen rettet Leben. Salzarme Kost ist so unerfreulich wie versalzenes Essen. Mahlzeit!

Kent C Dodds - Simply React - YouTube

Wed, 09/05/2018 - 18:04

Dark Floors vs Light Floors: Pros And Cons - Concord Carpet & Hardwood

Fri, 08/24/2018 - 22:49
via Concord Carpet & Hardwood http://www.concordcarpet.com

For-profit colleges face fraud complaints as DeVos weakens rules - CSMonitor.com

Fri, 08/24/2018 - 15:52
via Christian Science Monitor | All Stories http://www.csmonitor.com/

MONEY’s 2018-19 Best Colleges Ranking

Thu, 08/23/2018 - 16:28

Marlboro College - Wikipedia

Wed, 08/22/2018 - 23:32
"Marlboro College is a small, private, academically rigorous liberal-arts college located in Marlboro, Vermont, United States, with an enrollment of 195 students. The College received a perfect academics rating of 99 from The Princeton Review in 2014.[1] Students at Marlboro create an individualized course of study in collaboration with faculty members and participate in a self-governed (self-run) community. Students pursue a self-designed, often inter-disciplinary thesis, the Plan of Concentration, based on their academic interests that culminates in a major body of scholarship. Marlboro was ranked #117 (out of 1,611 institutions) among liberal arts colleges in the United States by U.S. News & World Report in 2017.[2] The College's unique facilities that can be used by students include an organic farm, a solar greenhouse, Marlboro's own nature forestland preserve, and an aviary. Weekly "town meetings" are held to vote for and change the College's bylaws."

Parallel Programming with Python | Hacker News

Wed, 08/22/2018 - 17:48
quietbritishjim 2 days ago [-] In response to the multiple comments here complaining that multithreading is impossible in Python without using multiple processes, because of the GIL (global interpreter lock): This is just not true, because C extension modules (i.e. libraries written to be used from Python but whose implementations are written in C) can release the global interpreter lock while inside a function call. Examples of these include numpy, scipy, pandas and tensorflow, and there are many others. Most Python processes that are doing CPU-intensive computation spend relatively little time actually executing Python, and are really just coordinating the C libraries (e.g. "mutiply these two matrices together"). The GIL is also released during IO operations like writing to a file or waiting for a subprocess to finish or send data down its pipe. So in most practical situations where you have a performance-critical application written in Python (or more precisely, the top layer is written in Python), multithreading works fine. If you are doing CPU intensive work in pure Python and you find things are unacceptably slow, then the simplest way to boost performance (and probably simplify your code) is to rewrite chunks of your code in terms of these C extension modules. If you can't do this for some reason then you will have to throw in the Python towel and re-write some or all of your code in a natively compiled language (if it's just a small fraction of your code then Cython is a good option). But this is the best course of action regardless of the threads situation, because pure Python code runs orders of magnitude slower than native code. reply

Kein Krebsrisiko bei Fleisch - YouTube

Tue, 08/21/2018 - 20:22

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