“Sure, it’s possible to have a small, healthy meal at a restaurant. But researchers have found that people typically eat 20 to 40 percent more calories in restaurants compared with what they’d eat at home.”
—Eliza Barclay, Julia Belluz, and Javier Zarracina. “Obesity in America 2018: 7 charts that explain why it’s so easy to gain weight.” Vox. August 9, 2018.
Key take aways: eat at home, reduce portion sizes, drink water, eat a variety of foods, and reduce sugar intake.
The Internet is such a bizarre rabbit burrow of ideas. I came across the term: “Intellectual Dark Web” while skimming a Jacobite article providing an assessment of the “movement”. The article pointed to an aggregating website, which in turn links to guides like, “How to join the Intellectual Dark Web — a user’s guide.”
I suspect this is something that will gain some mindshare. On first blush, it seems like horseshit. But, I thought I’d post a note to look a little deeper later.
Nothing wrong with the wanting a space for the free exchange of ideas, particularly unpopular ones. But, intellectual and dark implies quite a bit more, as if a negative light shines through the ends of the Overton Window.
Sounds like bunkum and flimflam, but even error has its uses.
“Computer science without the computer.”
Website aimed at teaching computer science principles to children 5-14 years old.
The NIAC Torpor Habitat for Human Stasis provides a current state of the art and avenues of necessary research. It’s a top-line introduction that is interesting throughout.