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perusen - the dictionary of everythinglistening to a very boring seminar - perusen.com
this happens to ninety percent of the time i attend to a seminar. the guy usually starts with great care with astonishing excitement and very understandable concepts. sometimes he may even try to be funny by silly science analogies with real life. but once he starts what he has really done, i cant stand a minute of it. i really cannot believe that one can convince himself that much to sell his stuff as if it is the most creative and exciting thing ever.
by dem 1 year ago
hey
state of science in america - perusen.com
"does the earth go around the sun, or does the sun go around the earth?"

only 74% of americans correctly answered it: the earth goes around the sun. (we left 26% of us back in the medieval time, i guess. :/)

reading national science foundation (nsf)'s report, "science and engineering indicators 2014." pretty depressing, actually.

http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/seind14/
by coeurdelion 1 year ago
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sex - perusen.com
most visited title of perusen.com. this is sad, you know...
placebo effect - perusen.com
the trick that doctors usually use to make their patients believe that their health will improve if they use sugar-like pills although there is no scientific reason to believe so. the patients' expectation and optimism help them heal.

this effect is most apparent in illnesses that has a lot to do with perception such as depression. 30% of anti-depressants actually involve partial placebo effects.
by spotless mind 1 year ago
hey
music to work to - perusen.com
britney spears : work b*tch
by sherlock 1 year ago
hey