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  • darksaphira

    darksaphira

    March 11, 2015, 2:14 am

    My mom was (is, I suppose) in a situation very similar to this - she had her 5th kid in her mid-30s (I was almost 9 and am the oldest). She was able to finish up school (got her Master's online) and start going to work full-time just as I went off to college. I'm not sure what her motivation for finishing was, but I suspect it might have been a combination of boredom and us kids driving her nuts :)

    Here's my question: Do you ever feel like the people you bump into judge you unfairly (or differently, in general) because of your large family size?

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  • Mittz

    Mittz

    March 10, 2015, 9:59 am

    I've shot short films, some things for TV and some corporate videos.

    I'm writing my first feature at the moment and I hope to shoot it in the next 2 years, depending on how fast I can save to finance it.

    As for directors who have really blown me away and inspired me. It would have to be Darren Aronofsky, Neil Jordan, Terry Gillam, Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze and Andrei Tarkovsky. The feeling I get from watching any of their movies is unlike anything else.

    Oh and massive bonus points go to Pixar too. They just keep one up-ing themselfs

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  • emortio

    emortio

    March 10, 2015, 10:09 pm

    >I truly wonder if biological immortality is possible within our lifetime by manipulating the telomerase.

    Doubtful, because Telomerase isn't the only thing that's keeping us from being immortal. And consider genetic break down over time by various factors such as UV Light, free radical production, apoptosis, etc. Those are all gonna catch up with cell cycle at some point and kill the cell. If they don't, then the DNA will probably have a bunch of mutations over the multiple cycles of replication (DNA Polymerase ain't exactly as perfect as you can imagine either, over time it's gonna have mistakes, and when it does, the cell dies.)

    Immortality probably lies in the ability to renew your genetic information with replication of conception. The problem is... your memories... what do you do with them? It'd be nice if we could just plug into some device and "download" our memories. We can't just "save" our physical brains and reuse them because they'd become all demented. Solve that problem, and we've got immortality.

    I'm not a biochem major, I'm a doctor (MD, not PhD) who has an interest in this topic. So it'd be nice to have a biochem PhD's serious point of view on this topic.

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  • skydivingdutch

    skydivingdutch

    March 10, 2015, 10:11 pm

    It's not impossible, but an FPGA large enough to hold an entire codec is MUCH larger than the final silicon, which makes something like that prohibitively expensive in the cut-throat razon-thin margin business of chip design. Also designs that run on FPGA are usually anywhere from 2-10x as slow as dedicated silicon. FPGAs are very powerful tools, but high resolution video decoding is not really something they are well suited for.

    The idea isn't without merit though, in fact Atmel sells a few microcontrollers with some FPGA hardware on-chip for custom accelerators. Not large enough for a video codec though.

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  • weegee

    weegee

    March 10, 2015, 11:00 pm

    certainly it is possible, but the market is over-saturated with professional phototographers right now. when the bubble burst here in Seattle, and all the high-end commercial work dried up, suddenly you're seeing these guys who used to shoot annual reports clamoring to get into weddings. suddenly wedding photography that used to command prices between $3k - $4k is now selling for half that at best, and many wedding photographers are simply pushed out by the lower prices. Everyone and their dog has a digital camera and calls themselves a "photographer" even though they have no formal training. stock agencies like Corbis are re-negotiating their fees to pay even less to photographers submitting work. it just is not a career you can make a living at unless you get lucky somehow.

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  • Jasper1984

    Jasper1984

    March 11, 2015, 6:03 am

    I do worry about whether the cost/benefits are being weighed properly. A lot of those tests will require test animals too. Assessing them based on various known dangers we can recognize in materials a-priori is a good idea, though. (And i am sure these are done.)

    And recognizing that there are different ways materials are used. Whether children contact it, adult direct contact, materials within housing, (Don't eat the radioactive bit of the smoke detector.) long-term effects on environment and specialist tools.(Specialists can learn the risks.) Also: how much it costs to replace the material.

    But we shouldn't be too careful. It does interfere with actually doing stuff, and new materials might have a lot of unknowns. There is some certain risk associated with progress, you can't keep testing and never using and expect people to not be demotivated.

    Edit: Read the comments on the article. For instance, this one by ChangJ:

    > Working with one of the first materials to go through REACH and having talked to a lot of chemical companies about it, my concern is less on cost of registration (which is saying a lot) and more on future innovation.

    > Many many large and small companies just do not have the capability (both human and money) to do the large scale of testing required for this. This is killing their ability to create new chemicals and the ability to use those chemicals.

    > In 10 yrs when people wonder why we barely see anything new anymore, this will be one of the biggest reasons.

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  • eaturbrainz

    eaturbrainz

    March 11, 2015, 12:26 am

    >There exists much video and pictures of burned bodies,(and I don't doubt that some is faked) dr.s sans borders reports treating children for phos. burns. are they anti-Semitic? do you think they have a political agenda? do you think they want to see Israel suffer? if you've answered no, then you have few options left.

    I don't doubt that if Palestinians unknowingly messed with phosphorous flares, they could burn themselves. It's also possible that Hamas burned some people for propaganda purposes; I wouldn't put that past the sort of folks who use human shields.

    But I know for a fact that phosphorous weapons were not used. I've seen no evidence to support the contrary hypothesis.

    >I imagine it's just as difficult for you to imagine Israel engaging in immoral acts.

    No, it's not difficult. Do I seem like an idiot child to you? I know what my country does wrong, and using phosphorous weapons is not on that list.

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  • justtech3

    justtech3

    March 10, 2015, 2:58 pm

    Just restricting high frequency trading doesn't go nearly far enough.

    Retail brokerage firms shouldn't even be trading to win profits for their in house corporate investments. This is a conflict of interest. Would you trust a real estate broker that just bought ten houses in your neighborhood and you didn't know which houses the real estate broker bought.

    The retail brokerage firm's primary interest should be buying securities at the best price for their clients and there revenue should come from the commission. This information should be transparent. Actual trade dates and values made by the firm should be know to the investor.

    The market makers should work for different companies and regulators should make sure it is a level playing field for all the players. Pricing and the opportunity to execute trades needs to be available to everyone simultaneously.

    (MBA - Finance)

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