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14 hours ago, Enrico_sw said:

He's talking about chronotypes :bounce: Very interesting video.

 

Thanks for the video, I just finished watching it and it was super interesting, just like you said! I agree on those 3 basic chronotypes, but I'm not sure if there's room for the dolphins (they're just depressed wolves?)  :bounce: 

I'm definitely a wolf, but I have qualities from other chronotypes as well :bounce: 

 

What's your chronotype? :Amelie_wft:

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sometimes I see middle aged men and teenaged boys walk outside in winter weather (such as today- it was 20 degrees F with windchill) in nothing but windbreaker, gloves and shorts.    IT is always ???? to me.  My guess is that they have a high metabolism or something.

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On 12/8/2020 at 5:21 PM, Cult Icon said:

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sometimes I see middle aged men and teenaged boys walk outside in winter weather (such as today- it was 20 degrees F with windchill) in nothing but windbreaker, gloves and shorts.    IT is always ???? to me.  My guess is that they have a high metabolism or something.

From experience after it's been past -30c for a week anything above -10c feels like summer, at least right after

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I dunno what's going to happen with the vaccine, but it's amazing to see that they could make it in a year. Science is not perfect, but it's still awesome and it gets better every year!

 

We should cherish scientists. :heart:

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Despite all the negative and terrible things that happened because of Covid (and they are really horrible), there's still some good that will come out of this: medical research has progressed very fast, we have knowledge on how to (and how not to) manage a pandemic, countries will make strategic stockpiles of masks, etc.

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I gotta friend that works, as a computer engineer, on proteomics. The efficiency and accuracy of their job has increased a lot in the past years.  There are many applications, like studying the spike protein (and its mutations) in Covid.

https://www.bellazon.com/main/uploads/monthly_2021_02/1174839283_Protinespike.gif.221328b2dd4a3a8bd497e44de19eb67b.gif

 

Once again, the world owes a lot to geeks and nerds.  :nicole:

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