"Growing evidence suggests that we are born with different vulnerabilities to pain — and that early painful experiences and other matters shape us in ways that can profoundly affect our responses."
Fits my bias. I've always said it was the bio availability of fructose that caused this issue. I've been trying to avoid HFCS and get sucrose-sweetened products, especially soda. Indeed, I can't seem to enjoy HFCS-sweetened soda anymore. Doesn't taste the same.
StatusNet is the open source microblogging platform that helps you share and connect in real-time within your own domain.
I keep coming back to the thought a life not mediated by the cloud. One manifestation of this would be a peer-peer social networking, some internet-plumbed service that does not require a central server.
Maybe it's just time to re-evaluate our structure and flow of academic apprenticeship. I keep comparing the impact DIYBio can have to mainstream science akin to the impact blogs and the like had on mainstream media.
Time for a new type of science guild?
"There are no search-specific findings; however it appears from the survey data that “portal websites like Google News, AOL and Topix are the most commonly used online news sources, visited by over half of online news users on a typical day."