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Joanne Manaster110,868Tune in on Tuesday, February 17th at 12 noon EST as Joanne and @104733415626297507218 with science writer and editor,@110337041053859181296  who edited Bill Nye's latest book, Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation. We will talk about his work on the book as well his other numerous projects at Discover, American Scientist, Popular Science, and so much more! If you can't make it, visit the event page later to view the archived chat!Undeniable Science Edition! with Corey S. Powell2015-02-17 18:00:0046 

Animesh Sharma has been shared in 26 public circles

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John Cleese14,492Hey my friends. Good morning/evening to all! Circle brings together nice and interesting peopleIf you want to be a part of my best shared circles, this is the circle, you may want to add and share circle.Share The Circle And Boost Your Visibility On G+1. Add us to your circles, if you haven't done so already2. +1 this circle3. Publicly share this circle to public, your circles and extended circles.4. If possible, leave a comment on this circle so we know you have done the three steps above.Please make sure you do it on the original post or I won't notice it More you share more you get!#circleoftheday #sharedcircle #topsharedcircle #sharedcircleoftheday #myseoissocial #besocial #socializethesocial #trust #circles #circleshare #sharedcircle #circlesharing #followers #social #socialnetworking #topsharedcircle #circleoftheday #googleplus #communities #topsocialcircle #influencers #influencer #socialnetworking #betrustable #popularitycircle #trustablesharedcircle #cerchiacondivisa #circuloscompartidos #smiletolife2015-03-04 06:48:34487111114
Refurio Anachro4,855Grothendieck circle - Since Alexander Grothendieck had passed away on Nov 13 2014 there have been many reactions. As promised, i've tried to collect everybody who showed compassion by posting, or resharing, or commenting on the matter. You've all been seen at his virtual funeral!This article by David Mumford meant to be published on Nature didn't make it: "Can on explain schemes to biologists?" It's not in classical style, but many of you deemed it a better obituary than what the press had to say:http://www.dam.brown.edu/people/mumford/blog/2014/Grothendieck.html+Alexandre Keledjian scanned the death announcement by published Le Monde, signed by Nicolas Bourbaki (hand has beaten Lieven Lebruyn to it):https://plus.google.com/112390763410296819664/posts/LUZrFxqte1QHere's one of the better obituaries from the press:http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/nov/25/alexander-grothendieck+Edward Frenkel wrote one for the NY Times: https://plus.google.com/117777443196411588452/posts/dJbUoGK4M7yhttp://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/25/science/the-lives-of-alexander-grothendieck-a-mathematical-visionary.htmlSome random press links:http://www.reddit.com/r/math/comments/2m82zw/reports_are_coming_in_of_the_death_of_alexandre/http://inference-review.com/article/a-country-known-only-by-name#http://www.liberation.fr/sciences/2014/11/13/alexandre-grothendieck-ou-la-mort-d-un-genie-qui-voulait-se-faire-oublier_1142614http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/11231703/Alexander-Grothendieck-obituary.html+Richard Elwes' Grothendieck song, don't miss it:https://plus.google.com/114216686796425894192/posts/apE2KNimgqdHe also found "Some reflections of Grothendieck from Ronnie Brown at the De Morgan Forum"https://plus.google.com/114216686796425894192/posts/gGrxBxqw6dMhttp://education.lms.ac.uk/2014/12/alexander-grothendieck-some-recollectionsAnd more, maybe some of you should remember this one:https://plus.google.com/114216686796425894192/posts/iSuZXGzxJ9yThere's even2015-02-20 13:34:57241004
Shashi S9,821SHARING MY HAIKU GROUP MEMBERS ON GOOGLE PLUS...___________________________________________________________These are some of the amazing POETS AND AUTHORS  I found in HAIKU GROUP and thought of sharing them with you all .(IF YOU GOT A NOTIFICATION, THEN YOU ARE ALREADY IN THE CIRCLE)If you would like to join in my next group of amazing content creator and interactive GPlussers  ...1) Please add me in your circle.2) Please comment below3) Please share this circle4) JOIN HAIKU GROUP @ https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112897607978453221696__Shashiॐ नमः शिवायOm Namah Shivaya#Engagers #SocialMedia #SharedCircleOfTheDay #Share #Shared#SharedCircle #EngagersCircle #SocialMediaMarketing #Google#Google+ #GooglePlusTips #PublicCircle #circleoftheday   #HaikuCircle   #haiku  2015-02-20 06:35:22416000
Becky Collins10,439Super Science Circle :Circle of very #social #engagerspeople and companiesTo be included in my shares (#sharedcircle), be so kind to:1 - Do +1 t the post2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest) Ex: Fashion, SEO, Companies, Social Media Marketing, Sailing, Photography, Bloggers/Writers, Web graphics and design, Italy, Artists, Sport, Finance/Economy ...3 - include the circle among your circles4 - share the circle (include yourself)Improve your popularity, be social be cool !Keep yourself updated, enjoy the Shared Circles Hellenic Alliance, you can share your shared circles inside the upcoming Community:https://plus.google.com/communities/112552559573595396104  #socialmedia  #media  #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing  #circlecircle   #beckyscircle   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles  #sharedcircleoftheday  +Becky Collins ?2014-05-31 05:09:154901211
Shashi S5,135MOST POPULAR HAIKU GROUP AT GOOGLE PLUS_____________________________________________________TO BE ADDED IN THIS GROUP, PLEASE SHARE ON YOUR TIMELINE AND ADD YOURSELF INTO THE GROUP HAIKU HERE..https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112897607978453221696WHAT IS HAIKU?__________________The most popular form of the Poetry in the world is Haiku, an iconic classic Japanese poetry that's taken English Literary world by storm..Basho - acknowledged as the supreme master of Haiku, said to his Zen Teacher “Haiku are description of what is happening at a particular ‘haiku moment’. Creating vivid images, each haiku paints a unique and dramatic scene that expresses emotions and some times, a philosophical thought to be contemplated upon, from the natural or social world. Basho also emphasized sincerity and seriousness – the poetic truth of words, pointing to higher reality.  This groups is managed by Shashi S (Owner) and a team of excellent moderators :- +Berteena G +craig volney +Daniel Davila +Gabri Rigotti +Pepper Blair +Richard Heby +Sirius Haiku +Umamaheswari Anandane and +Willie Bongcaron  PLEASE DO JOIN IN THE GROUP FOR AN EXCITING HAIKU MOMENT OF NOW...__Shashiॐ नमः शिवायOm Namah Shivaya #sharedcircles   #grouphaiku   #haiku   #marchmadness   #shashis  2014-03-21 07:52:03405413
Fredrik Blanke78My first circle share of great and amazing (mostly Norwegian) G+ people to follow :-) An active group of people who knows alot about social media, technology, and much much more.../////// Norwegian:Min første "circle share" av personer jeg følger og anbefaler. Her er det mange Google+ veteraner med masse kunnskap på alt mellom himmel og jord. Likevel kanskje spesielt rundt sosiale medier, internett og teknologi siden vi tross alt befinner oss på Google+ :) #circleshare #circlesharing #circles #circle  2014-01-14 22:02:05500203
John Holme7,680My suggestion of Norwegian SUL #sul   #norway  A mixed group of people from a huge variate of categories, like photo, blogging, tech, music, social media, humor and news.Circle is built over a long period of time and contains almost daily active user that don't just re-share, but also writes posts.I'll be glad if you re-share my circle, and also add people you think is awesome.2012-09-21 07:32:0961121215
Helge Astad4,796Aktive Nordmenn 2.4Edit: Del videre please:)Her er en krets med aktive nordmenn! Konkurransen for å bli med i denne sirkelen er hardere enn noensinne: denne gangen må du ha postet public i løpet av de siste ukene for i det hele tatt å bli vurdert.Jeg har ryddet vekk noen feil fra forrige versjon, f.eks er noen dansker borte (men legg gjerne til +Lise Bjerregaard Nielsen og +Thomas Helgesen for det! :) ).Men, mener du at det er noen som mangler her? Foreslå i kommentarfeltet! Og ja, du kan foreslå deg selv.Jeg må si det har begynt å bli vanskelig å være rettferdig i utvalget her, det er så mange aktive nordmenn!2012-09-04 12:36:49500593863
Chris Robinson24,784General Science Circle- Final UpdateLast August I started this General Science Database (http://goo.gl/tp06X), which could be uploaded into Google+ using the import contacts feature. Over the last year, the database has morphed into a shared circle and more recently into +Science on Google+: A Public Database. Due to the increasing overlap with the +Science on Google+: A Public Database, this will be the last time that I will be updating and sharing this circle.If you are a scientist, science teacher, or science writer, please feel free to add your profile/page to the +Science on Google+: A Public Database by filling out this form (http://goo.gl/yEg7M) and circling +Science on Google+: A Public Database. 2012-07-25 14:47:31300101339
Helge Astad4,381Her er versjon 2.3 av Aktive Nordmenn!Dette er en fin sirkel for deg som vil komme i gang med Google+ - legg til hele sirkelen og strømmen din vil våkne til liv!Med aktiv så mener jeg at de har hatt offentlige poster i det siste. Dette er altså mennesker som poster ting til strømmen som de mener at du bør lese.Dette er en krets som vokser hele tiden. Nåløyet for å bli med har blitt litt smalere denne gangen, jeg har barbert vekk en mengde som ikke er aktive nok rett og slett. Men, om du føler at du eller noen andre mangler, så si det i en kommentar under, så skal vi se om det er plass i neste utgave.Disclaimer:Det finnes nok flere aktive nordmenn på twitter og det er sikkert noen som burde vært med. Jeg har funnet disse meneeskene med forskjellige metoder, men ingen gir et absolutt svar på hvem som er de 500 mest aktive plusserene i Norge.Dette skriver jeg ikke så ofte, men: Om mange deler og gir +1 til denne posten så er det fler som legger den til. Dermed får du flere følgere! #Circleshare   #circlesharefriday   #Norway   #Norge   In english: This is a circle with active and engaging norwegians. Please add for some barbarish viking fun. Oh and you probably need the translate tool:)2012-06-29 11:56:02497253892
Helge Astad3,596Her er versjon 2.2 av kretsen med aktive nordmenn! Denne gangen har jeg lagt til en god del, fjernet alle uten profilbilde og fjernet noen svensker som hadde sneket seg inn.Legg til og del! Bruk gjerne denne sirkelen som en "kom i gang-sirkel" for ferske plussere.Det er nok en hel del nordmenn som er meget aktive som ikke er med i denne kretsen. Kom gjerne med forslag! Jeg legger stadig vekk til folk som kommer med i neste utgave.Neste utgave må jeg rydde mer og fjerne de minst aktive siden man kun kan dele sirkler med mindre enn 501 plussere. Så denne sirkelen vil bare bli bedre og bedre!2012-05-07 08:27:06500622330
Chris Robinson22,193Science Circle- Updated 4.20.12This is a great circle if you want to follow Science on Google+. As you can see in the underlying database (http://goo.gl/tp06X), we are a diverse group but we all share a common interest- SCIENCE! Help spread the love of Science by sharing this circle with your friends.Don't forget to check out +Science on Google+: A Public Database! Change Log15 profiles were added in this update: http://goo.gl/ob3zR.17 profiles were added on 3.15.12: http://goo.gl/MI0qe.40 profiles were added on 2.13.12: http://goo.gl/0z9KZ.32 profiles were added on 1.8.12: http://goo.gl/K8ttV.Are you a Scientist on Google+? Do you primarily post about Science? Add your name to this form (http://goo.gl/TDguw) if you would like to be considered for the next shared circle.2012-04-20 15:59:2130261512
Helge Astad3,274Ålreit! Her er versjon 2.1 av denne sirkelen med aktive nordmenn! Denne gangen har jeg lagt til en del gode forslag og funnet en del nye selv. Hvem andre bør bli med? Foreslå deg selv eller andre! Om det er noen her som ikke er aktive, si gjerne i fra, så kan jeg fjerne dem.2012-04-10 22:40:48441131413
Helge Astad2,889Her er en ny versjon av sirkelen med aktive nordmenn. Siden sist har jeg fått en mengde gode forslag på nye deltagere, og jeg har fjernet en del svensker og dansker. Det er fremdeles flere her som kun poster på engelsk, men jeg har latt de få bli. Hva synes dere?Kom gjerne med flere forslag til hvem som bør delta i en slik sirkel!Her er forøvrig ripples for den forrige posten: https://plus.google.com/ripple/details?activityid=z12nslopkwzcdfzjx04cibkr5rm5evpjobw&context=z12nslopkwzcdfzjx04cibkr5rm5evpjobw 13 public shares er ikke dårlig! Folk blir spredd og er sjokkert over hvor mange nye følgere de har fått. Slik skal det være!2012-03-21 23:39:07238111515
Rihana Martinson1,449Shared for +Joseph Sullivan - Science circle! I don't recall who initially shared it with me, but thank you! I've read so many interesting things and articles in the past few days.2012-03-20 21:32:15301004
Helge Astad2,843Jeg holder på å lage en sirkel av aktive norske plussere. +Morten Myrstad har bidratt litt, jeg har lagt til en god del og jeg har lagt til alle med flest følgere fra +CircleCount http://www.circlecount.com/profileslist/norway?country=Norway Denne sirkelen jeg dele for å få et sterkere norsk engasjement på Google+ og for eventuelt å invitere folk på hangouts in real life (HIRL) eller kanskje photowalks?Men, som dere sikkert ser så kan det godt være flere mennesker i denne sirkelen. Så dermed: Hvem vil dere legge til? Hvem er de mest aktive norske plusserene? Legg gjerne inn deg selv!2012-03-19 14:14:07222441617
Chris Robinson19,669Science Circle- Updated 3.15.12This is a great circle if you want to follow Science on Google+. As you can see in the underlying database (http://goo.gl/tp06X), we are a diverse group but we all share a common interest- SCIENCE! Help spread the love of Science by sharing this circle with your friends.Science Pages: http://goo.gl/8YbCVPsychology Pages: http://goo.gl/TcTxCChange Log18 profiles were added in this update: http://goo.gl/MI0qe.40 profiles were added on 2.13.12: http://goo.gl/0z9KZ.32 profiles were added on 1.8.12: http://goo.gl/K8ttV.Are you a Scientist on Google+? Do you primarily post about Science? Add your name to this form (http://goo.gl/TDguw) if you would like to be considered for the next shared circle._______________________________________________Musician and Band Public Database: http://goo.gl/EhCJaShared Circles and Helpful Google+ Links: http://goo.gl/i604C2012-03-15 13:27:31300332734
Rehan Ahmad8,835Best Engagers on Google✚having less than 4k followers; chosen by communityI had no idea to discover such wonderful folks in such huge numbers who are worth getting attention and exposure to the community on G+. Here is link to the original post on which people proposed their best Engagers: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101130656339668533532/posts/f7ou4Hrtp9FWe want to spread the message of equality and friendship, we want to make this space wonderful for everyone. Best Thing about this circle is that it does not contain any of the influencers, but each influencer taken deep interest in making it happen. So have fun with circling all new amazing Plussers and rock your stream.People who should be included but are not included unfortunately +Susan McIntire +carolann O'Connell +Andrey Vlasoff My Apologies: If I have no included the people you had proposed in this circle because their followers were more than 4k limit. Special Thanks: +Denis Labelle +Jaana Nyström +rahul roy +Ryan Crowe +Mark Traphagen +Rajini Rao +Margie D Casados +Farzana Shan +Giselle Minoli +Euro MaestroWish You Luck in Having Wonderful Stay here on G+ Everyone ツ2012-03-12 18:22:16230852632
Katja Karhu2,592Circle of ScienceHere's a circle of people posting science-related content.2012-02-28 17:04:39418336
Igbo Anyanwu1,792My Massive Science Circle.2012-02-27 09:14:56501014
Chris Robinson15,978Science Circle- Updated 2.13.12This is a great circle if you want to follow Science on Google+. As you can see in the underlying database (http://goo.gl/tp06X), we are a diverse group but we all share a common interest- SCIENCE! Help spread the love of Science by sharing this circle with your friends.Change LogThis updates my Science Circle that I posted on 1.8.12. 50 profiles were removed in this update.40 profiles were added in this update: http://goo.gl/0z9KZ.32 profiles were added on 1.8.12: http://goo.gl/K8ttV.Are you a Scientist on Google+? Do you primarily post about Science? Add your name to this form (http://goo.gl/TDguw) if you would like to be considered for the next shared circle.___________________________________________________Science Circles and Helpful Google+ Links: http://goo.gl/i604C2012-02-13 16:07:21284153827
Pasi Ääpälä3,326My science circleHere are the people who are connected to science. Rocket scientists, molecular biologists and other fascinating people. More to come when I get my circles cleaned.2012-02-11 09:48:4090505
Derek Dunfield121My Science Circle After a month off, this might be the perfect return-post. A combination of +Robby Bowles and +Allison Sekuler 's Science Circle with +Fraser Cain's Science Circle, I present to you 442 great people to follow. (cc +Brian McGirr)2011-12-06 04:27:21442936
Chris Robinson9,283Science Circle- Updated 12/2Many science-minded individuals have added their contact information to this Public Science Circle: http://goo.gl/X3PFl. I separated the active and inactive members, put the active members into a science circle, and I am sharing this circle. As you can see by viewing the database (http://goo.gl/K7QYK), we are a diverse group but we all share a common interest- SCIENCE! The three things that I like about this circle are: (a) the content, (b) self-selection- people added themselves to the circle and (c) it's somewhat transparent. Unlike many of the shared circles on Google+ where you do not know what you are getting until you import the circle, you can quickly get a glimpse of this circle by looking at the database.Please feel free to share this circle with your Science-minded friends. Click on the following link if you would like to join the Public Science Circle: http://goo.gl/X3PFl.Change log• This updates my previous Science Circle, which I posted on 10/30.• Approximately 25 new people added their contact information to the database. These new people have been added to this circle. • Five inactive members have started posting publicly, so I included them in this circle.Psychology Pages on Google++Action Potential (neuro@nature) +All About Psychology +American Psychological Association +APA Journals +Brain Science Podcast +Cognando +Developmental Psychology News+G-Node +INCF +NeuroDebian +Neuroscience +Neuroscience News +2011-12-02 16:49:4034841113
Robby Bowles10,281Science Circle #ScienceSundayI'm going to start off #ScienceSunday today by sharing my science circle. This circle contains scientists, science writers, and many others who post regularly about science related topics. One of my favorite circles! Please share this circle so others can find these science minded individuals!Don't forget to share a #ScienceSunday post today! Post anything related to science and tag it with #ScienceSunday . If you are a photographer, post a science related image and explain why it relates to science to you. If you are not a photographer, simply post anything related to science. We had some great posts last week and a lot of interesting discussion. I look forward to more this week! +Allison Sekuler and myself will be curating this theme each Sunday.2011-11-13 15:01:524216319
Chris Robinson7,200Science Circle- Updated 10/30In the last two months approximately 400 people have added their contact information to this Public Science Circle: http://goo.gl/X3PFl. I separated the active and inactive members, put the active members into a science circle, and I am sharing this circle. As you can see by clicking on the link and viewing the spreadsheet, we are a diverse group but we all share a common interest- SCIENCE! The three things that I like about this circle are: (a) the content, (b) self-selection- people added themselves to the circle and (c) it's somewhat transparent. Unlike many of the shared circles on Google+ where you do not know what you are getting until you import the circle, you can quickly get a glimpse of this circle by looking at the following spreadsheet: http://goo.gl/tXtKe.Please feel free to share this Science circle with your friends. Click on the following link if you would like to join the Public Science Circle: http://goo.gl/X3PFl. Change log•This updates my previous Science Circle (Parts 1 and 2), which I posted on 9/27.•The previous shared circle was a mixture of people from the Public Science Circle, as well as other science-minded individuals I found on Google+. This circle only contains people from the active tab of this spreadsheet (http://goo.gl/tXtKe).•I removed approximately 60 inactive people. If you want to circle these people, you can do so by clicking on the inactive tab in the spreadsheet.•Many new people joined the Public Science Circle since I shared the last science circle. I added the new people to this circle.Recommended Science Circles+Maggie Koerth-Baker's The Academy: http://goo.gl/3SUX0+Fraser Cain's Science Circle: http://goo.gl/AwLxB+Daniel Simons' Psychologists and Neuroscientists: http://goo.gl/OmUfD General Circle Information and Management•As suggested by +Christina Trapolino (http://goo.gl/WFPVs), it is recommended that you first bring a shared circle into a “Probation” Circle before integrating it with your existing circles.•Shared circles are often filled with inactive people. Uncircle+ (http://goo.gl/L1WC7) is a great Chrome extension that will help you quickly find and remove inactive people. •If you are looking for other shared circles, I highly recommend visiting +Chris Porter's list of 750+ shared circles: http://goo.gl/8ZEIM. hashtags: #Science #ScienceSunday #CircleS2011-10-30 18:41:2732051616

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Back in the craziness of Delhi ;)

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2015-02-22 15:55:49 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"After creating a kernel density estimate from the data of Waldo's hiding spots in the first seven books, he used a genetic algorithm to calculate the optimal search path for readers to take through a two-page Waldo crowd scene." :)

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Back in the craziness of Delhi ;)

Back in the craziness of Delhi ;)___

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2015-02-27 19:24:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"early evolutionary dynamics may be deterministic for a period of time before stochastic effects become important"

"early evolutionary dynamics may be deterministic for a period of time before stochastic effects become important"___

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2015-02-27 13:35:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

lots to learn here... 

lots to learn here... ___

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2015-02-26 15:51:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

 “We are all passionate about science, but money does matter too to sustain this interest. That is one reason India loses so many young researchers to the West.” 

 “We are all passionate about science, but money does matter too to sustain this interest. That is one reason India loses so many young researchers to the West.” ___

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Mystical... 

Mystical... ___

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2015-02-25 19:58:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"At the trial, Western Emulsions called Sean Mackey, a neurologist at Stanford University in Redwood City, California, as an expert witness. Mackey maintained that pain is too subjective to measure in this way and that the signature Hirsch was detecting could have been produced if Koch had expected to feel pain in the affected wrist or was unduly concentrating on it — deliberately or not. Hirsch argued that there are known signals for imagined pain that were not apparent in the scans.

Ultimately, the judge admitted the scan, and the case settled for $800,000 — more than ten times the company's initial offering, according to Koch's lawyer, Roger Strassburg." changing face of legal settlements ... 

"At the trial, Western Emulsions called Sean Mackey, a neurologist at Stanford University in Redwood City, California, as an expert witness. Mackey maintained that pain is too subjective to measure in this way and that the signature Hirsch was detecting could have been produced if Koch had expected to feel pain in the affected wrist or was unduly concentrating on it — deliberately or not. Hirsch argued that there are known signals for imagined pain that were not apparent in the scans.

Ultimately, the judge admitted the scan, and the case settled for $800,000 — more than ten times the company's initial offering, according to Koch's lawyer, Roger Strassburg." changing face of legal settlements ... ___

2015-02-25 19:56:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

""Strength" can be defined as the "capacity to use your muscles to lift, push, pull or do work" and / or "the emotional and mental qualities necessary to handle difficult events or situations." Similarly, "flexibility" can be defined as being "capable of bending easily without breaking" and / or "the ability to respond or adapt to different circumstances." What we call strength and flexibility, then, mean more to our experience than the condition of our muscles." i love MIT OCW :)

""Strength" can be defined as the "capacity to use your muscles to lift, push, pull or do work" and / or "the emotional and mental qualities necessary to handle difficult events or situations." Similarly, "flexibility" can be defined as being "capable of bending easily without breaking" and / or "the ability to respond or adapt to different circumstances." What we call strength and flexibility, then, mean more to our experience than the condition of our muscles." i love MIT OCW :)___

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"By dominating recurrent excitation, these infrequent yet powerful inputs disproportionately contribute to feature preference and selectivity. " just as in a social network like Facebook ;)

"By dominating recurrent excitation, these infrequent yet powerful inputs disproportionately contribute to feature preference and selectivity. " just as in a social network like Facebook ;)___

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2015-02-25 19:52:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Scientific modeling is distinguished from other approaches largely by the quality of evaluation and revision performed and by an insistence upon empirical evidence to support hypotheses and formulations."

"Scientific modeling is distinguished from other approaches largely by the quality of evaluation and revision performed and by an insistence upon empirical evidence to support hypotheses and formulations."___

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Reinforcement learning rocks! I used it one for controlling a Ludo player and almost won! Now these guys took it all the way "We demonstrate that the deep Q-network agent, receiving only the pixels and the game score as inputs, was able to surpass the performance of all previous algorithms and achieve a level comparable to that of a professional human games tester across a set of 49 games, using the same algorithm, network architecture and hyperparameters."

Reinforcement learning rocks! I used it one for controlling a Ludo player and almost won! Now these guys took it all the way "We demonstrate that the deep Q-network agent, receiving only the pixels and the game score as inputs, was able to surpass the performance of all previous algorithms and achieve a level comparable to that of a professional human games tester across a set of 49 games, using the same algorithm, network architecture and hyperparameters."___

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2015-02-24 09:04:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

" In the past decade, though, it has become a case of using more chips, less efficiently. Chip speed stalled sometime around 2004."

" In the past decade, though, it has become a case of using more chips, less efficiently. Chip speed stalled sometime around 2004."___

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2015-02-23 17:14:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

love those terrace top forests :) 

love those terrace top forests :) ___

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2015-02-23 17:11:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

welcome to shitome... this shit actually works ;)

welcome to shitome... this shit actually works ;)___

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2015-02-22 21:16:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

listening about Mises and Hayek's ideas about tendency of single price emerging from differential of high-low prices due to ignorance and their disappearance due to entrepreneurship was almost like thinking about motion in terms of Newton's law and Principle of least action respectively... 

listening about Mises and Hayek's ideas about tendency of single price emerging from differential of high-low prices due to ignorance and their disappearance due to entrepreneurship was almost like thinking about motion in terms of Newton's law and Principle of least action respectively... ___

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2015-02-22 19:39:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

""No matter what we do, we're all just going to die in the end." Or they'll say, "There can be no true communion between two human beings. Each of us is trapped in his own body." To which you have to say, "That's true, but I think we should focus right now on what to have for breakfast.""

""No matter what we do, we're all just going to die in the end." Or they'll say, "There can be no true communion between two human beings. Each of us is trapped in his own body." To which you have to say, "That's true, but I think we should focus right now on what to have for breakfast.""___

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2015-02-22 19:07:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Another blast from the past, my grandfather talking about stimulating vagus nerve to control stress response and me dismissing it since my textbook has still not caught up with him... 

Another blast from the past, my grandfather talking about stimulating vagus nerve to control stress response and me dismissing it since my textbook has still not caught up with him... ___

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2015-02-22 19:03:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"The mummy is identified as the mummified body of the Buddhist master Liuquan. It’s described as being one of a kind and consequently the only one available for research in the West." reminds me of a poor joke from Deepak who was visiting Kushinagar with me and commented on Monks, "Ye Laame bhi kya khudai main nikle the?"

"The mummy is identified as the mummified body of the Buddhist master Liuquan. It’s described as being one of a kind and consequently the only one available for research in the West." reminds me of a poor joke from Deepak who was visiting Kushinagar with me and commented on Monks, "Ye Laame bhi kya khudai main nikle the?"___

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2015-02-22 18:17:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Ridiculously Resilient Ridges and Terribly Tenacious Troughs may become the norm, along with the weather woes they cause"...

"Ridiculously Resilient Ridges and Terribly Tenacious Troughs may become the norm, along with the weather woes they cause"...___

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2015-02-22 18:13:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Carrel and his assistants kept – or claimed they had kept – that culture alive for 34 years, which is five times longer than the average chicken. For many years, around 17 January, journalists wrote birthday stories on the chicken heart and wondered how large it would have grown had Carrel nurtured every one of its ever-multiplying cells. (According to calculations, it swiftly dwarfed the Earth and filled up the entire solar system.)

The problem was, no one else could keep a cell culture alive indefinitely. Lab after lab tried and failed, decade after decade. Because Carrel was a giant in the field of cell research and a Nobel Prize winner, few dared to doubt him. Scientists blamed themselves when their cells died. They assumed that they lacked the master’s skill, that his lab had higher standards than they could reach, that they had somehow exposed their cells to infection or failedto ke... more »

"Carrel and his assistants kept – or claimed they had kept – that culture alive for 34 years, which is five times longer than the average chicken. For many years, around 17 January, journalists wrote birthday stories on the chicken heart and wondered how large it would have grown had Carrel nurtured every one of its ever-multiplying cells. (According to calculations, it swiftly dwarfed the Earth and filled up the entire solar system.)

The problem was, no one else could keep a cell culture alive indefinitely. Lab after lab tried and failed, decade after decade. Because Carrel was a giant in the field of cell research and a Nobel Prize winner, few dared to doubt him. Scientists blamed themselves when their cells died. They assumed that they lacked the master’s skill, that his lab had higher standards than they could reach, that they had somehow exposed their cells to infection or failed to keep them properly nourished. We now know that the reverse was true. Other researchers probably couldn’t duplicate Carrel’s results because they weren’t incompetent or dishonest enough."___

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2015-02-22 18:08:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

sometimes i find the idea of brain drain ironical... should a country spend money to make their own LHC or let their scientists have the freedom to collaborate and help the ones already in place (think of Iran for example)... i feel the problem is not so much about the amount of money in research, but the attitude of people running the research itself... do we really want a person who compares salaries between corporate and academia running basic science research?  and at a deeper level, why scientists think that they are special, how about janitors, drivers, teachers, nurses... or is it more like "It's not my problem" ;)

sometimes i find the idea of brain drain ironical... should a country spend money to make their own LHC or let their scientists have the freedom to collaborate and help the ones already in place (think of Iran for example)... i feel the problem is not so much about the amount of money in research, but the attitude of people running the research itself... do we really want a person who compares salaries between corporate and academia running basic science research?  and at a deeper level, why scientists think that they are special, how about janitors, drivers, teachers, nurses... or is it more like "It's not my problem" ;)___

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2015-02-22 17:55:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Real men don't buy girls"

"Real men don't buy girls"___

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2015-02-22 16:13:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

“We now have evidence that there is rapid evolution. These changes may affect the state of the environment now. This is what’s called eco-evolutionary feedback.” !

“We now have evidence that there is rapid evolution. These changes may affect the state of the environment now. This is what’s called eco-evolutionary feedback.” !___

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2015-02-22 16:11:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

mind over body ;)

mind over body ;)___

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2015-02-22 15:55:49 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"After creating a kernel density estimate from the data of Waldo's hiding spots in the first seven books, he used a genetic algorithm to calculate the optimal search path for readers to take through a two-page Waldo crowd scene." :)

"After creating a kernel density estimate from the data of Waldo's hiding spots in the first seven books, he used a genetic algorithm to calculate the optimal search path for readers to take through a two-page Waldo crowd scene." :)___

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2015-02-22 15:52:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

stop judging ;)

stop judging ;)___

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2015-02-21 13:19:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"How awful would it be if one day we arrived at the end of fundamental physics? As I explain in the book, I'm glad that the very nature of science prevents us from getting there."?

"How awful would it be if one day we arrived at the end of fundamental physics? As I explain in the book, I'm glad that the very nature of science prevents us from getting there."?___

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2015-02-20 14:14:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Amazed to hear from Prof. Magnar that these glycosylases known for their DNA repair are actually having bigger role in Cognition, brain somehow exploiting these mutations to learn new things! 

Amazed to hear from Prof. Magnar that these glycosylases known for their DNA repair are actually having bigger role in Cognition, brain somehow exploiting these mutations to learn new things! ___

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2015-02-18 22:22:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"By analyzing several query-result pairs from well-known published and unpublished LINCS connections, we determined that a carefully chosen set of 1,000 genes can capture approximately 80% of the information. We call these genes the landmark genes. They were selected by analyzing gene expression profiles of cells collected from normal tissues and various disease types. These genes are:
1. minimally redundant
2. widely expressed in different cellular contexts
3. posses inferential value in our statistical models"

"By analyzing several query-result pairs from well-known published and unpublished LINCS connections, we determined that a carefully chosen set of 1,000 genes can capture approximately 80% of the information. We call these genes the landmark genes. They were selected by analyzing gene expression profiles of cells collected from normal tissues and various disease types. These genes are:
1. minimally redundant
2. widely expressed in different cellular contexts
3. posses inferential value in our statistical models"___

2015-02-18 21:54:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

It is kind of cool to see a systems biology approach highlighted in a Nobel lecture (Figure 14) with following note

"We hypothesized that a β-arrestin biased angiotensin receptor ligand that blocks G protein mediated signaling while at the same time stimulating potentially beneficial β-arrestinmediated effects might represent a novel and uniquely effective type of therapeutic agent. In fact, a compound with just such properties, Trevena 120027, slows the progression of heart failure in animals, lowers blood pressure 61), and is anti-apoptotic (62)."

It is kind of cool to see a systems biology approach highlighted in a Nobel lecture (Figure 14) with following note

"We hypothesized that a β-arrestin biased angiotensin receptor ligand that blocks G protein mediated signaling while at the same time stimulating potentially beneficial β-arrestinmediated effects might represent a novel and uniquely effective type of therapeutic agent. In fact, a compound with just such properties, Trevena 120027, slows the progression of heart failure in animals, lowers blood pressure 61), and is anti-apoptotic (62)."___

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2015-02-18 14:32:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

this might be a game changer for java...

this might be a game changer for java...___

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2015-02-17 20:23:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"many proteins of the HeLa mRNA interactome are highly intrinsically disordered and enriched in short repetitive amino acid" this is pretty cool, since a recent article mentioned that short repetitive amino acids can be added to a protein without mRNA !

"many proteins of the HeLa mRNA interactome are highly intrinsically disordered and enriched in short repetitive amino acid" this is pretty cool, since a recent article mentioned that short repetitive amino acids can be added to a protein without mRNA !___

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2015-02-17 18:37:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Engineer should thank us for creating the problems they can actually solve ;) Jokes apart, i think this will be invaluable to survive in Delhi! 

Engineer should thank us for creating the problems they can actually solve ;) Jokes apart, i think this will be invaluable to survive in Delhi! ___

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2015-02-17 16:45:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Nice writeup on what Shannon meant by Information with interesting note that " Shannon proved such an encoding scheme exists by picking ENC to be a random function " isn't that pretty much what we do in biology when we take a trait measurement to be normally distributed ?

Nice writeup on what Shannon meant by Information with interesting note that " Shannon proved such an encoding scheme exists by picking ENC to be a random function " isn't that pretty much what we do in biology when we take a trait measurement to be normally distributed ?___

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2015-02-17 15:02:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

enLightening... " first scientific accounts of optics published by the Islamic scholar Ibn al-Haytham in 1015; August Fresnel’s proposal in 1815 that light is a wave; James Clerk Maxwell’s 1865 electromagnetic theory of light; Albert Einstein’s 1915 general theory of relativity; and in 1965 the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation and the development of optical fibres"

enLightening... " first scientific accounts of optics published by the Islamic scholar Ibn al-Haytham in 1015; August Fresnel’s proposal in 1815 that light is a wave; James Clerk Maxwell’s 1865 electromagnetic theory of light; Albert Einstein’s 1915 general theory of relativity; and in 1965 the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation and the development of optical fibres"___

2015-02-17 10:53:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Now you and I are intellectuals, as this word
is used. I am one automatically because I am a
professor, and buy more books than golf clubs.
You are intellectuals because you are drawn
from the most intelligent tenth of the population,
most of you will go on to graduate school,
and you would rather be a United States Senator
or a Nobel Laureate than the head of the
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. " ;)

"Now you and I are intellectuals, as this word
is used. I am one automatically because I am a
professor, and buy more books than golf clubs.
You are intellectuals because you are drawn
from the most intelligent tenth of the population,
most of you will go on to graduate school,
and you would rather be a United States Senator
or a Nobel Laureate than the head of the
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. " ;)___

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2015-02-16 21:04:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"Darwin was the first to note this, during his groundbreaking 1831–36 voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. “One might really fancy,” he wrote in his diary, “that from an original paucity of birds in this archipelago, one species had been taken and modified for different ends.” Almost two centuries later, his early suspicions have been widely confirmed." reminds me of the wonderful journey to Galapagos :)

"Darwin was the first to note this, during his groundbreaking 1831–36 voyage aboard the HMS Beagle. “One might really fancy,” he wrote in his diary, “that from an original paucity of birds in this archipelago, one species had been taken and modified for different ends.” Almost two centuries later, his early suspicions have been widely confirmed." reminds me of the wonderful journey to Galapagos :)___

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2015-02-16 18:32:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"physical tumor all over his body"... made me think what is a non-physical tumor and then i had the aha moment ;)

"physical tumor all over his body"... made me think what is a non-physical tumor and then i had the aha moment ;)___

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2015-02-16 16:17:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

well at least we beat Beijing in something ;)

well at least we beat Beijing in something ;)___

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2015-02-15 20:27:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

so now one can actually have sky as a roof ;)

so now one can actually have sky as a roof ;)___

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2015-02-15 20:23:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

It is not just US, history of farm labor is a history of exploitation even in India !

It is not just US, history of farm labor is a history of exploitation even in India !___

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2015-02-15 19:54:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"The taste for the abstract sciences in general and, above all, for the mysteries of numbers, is very rare: this is not surprising, since the charms of this sublime science in all their beauty reveal themselves only to those who have the courage to fathom them. But when a woman, because of her sex, our customs and prejudices, encounters infinitely more obstacles than men, in familiarizing herself with their knotty problems, yet overcomes these fetters and penetrates that which is most hidden, she doubtless has the most noble courage, extraordinary talent, and superior genius." :)

"The taste for the abstract sciences in general and, above all, for the mysteries of numbers, is very rare: this is not surprising, since the charms of this sublime science in all their beauty reveal themselves only to those who have the courage to fathom them. But when a woman, because of her sex, our customs and prejudices, encounters infinitely more obstacles than men, in familiarizing herself with their knotty problems, yet overcomes these fetters and penetrates that which is most hidden, she doubtless has the most noble courage, extraordinary talent, and superior genius." :)___

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2015-02-15 19:54:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

since tails of the distribution are hard to predict, probably the brain is overcompensating?

since tails of the distribution are hard to predict, probably the brain is overcompensating?___

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2015-02-15 18:31:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"wise farmers and gardeners place their best bets on something we call the "average last frost date." That average last frost date usually coincides pretty well with the date that plants finally register their average yearly chill hours - the number of hours below 45 degrees. But it is simply the date when there's only a 50/50 chance that there will be another frost."

"wise farmers and gardeners place their best bets on something we call the "average last frost date." That average last frost date usually coincides pretty well with the date that plants finally register their average yearly chill hours - the number of hours below 45 degrees. But it is simply the date when there's only a 50/50 chance that there will be another frost."___

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2015-02-15 18:23:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

what about the socially unexpressed creativity... for example the monks/hermits? 

what about the socially unexpressed creativity... for example the monks/hermits? ___

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2015-02-15 15:43:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"The cybercriminals sent their victims infected emails — a news clip or message that appeared to come from a colleague — as bait. When the bank employees clicked on the email, they inadvertently downloaded malicious code. That allowed the hackers to crawl across a bank’s network until they found employees who administered the cash transfer systems or remotely connected A.T.M.s." and then use a RAT! seriously, such tactics still work? 

"The cybercriminals sent their victims infected emails — a news clip or message that appeared to come from a colleague — as bait. When the bank employees clicked on the email, they inadvertently downloaded malicious code. That allowed the hackers to crawl across a bank’s network until they found employees who administered the cash transfer systems or remotely connected A.T.M.s." and then use a RAT! seriously, such tactics still work? ___

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2015-02-15 15:37:10 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The everything fine patient... is this an irony or an oxymoron ;)

The everything fine patient... is this an irony or an oxymoron ;)___

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2015-02-15 11:57:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

it is amazing to see how once you acronymize something, it creates a sense of credibility... 

it is amazing to see how once you acronymize something, it creates a sense of credibility... ___

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2015-02-14 20:40:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

“We are nonchalantly throwing all of our data into what could become an information black hole without realising it. We digitise things because we think we will preserve them, but what we don’t understand is that unless we take other steps, those digital versions may not be any better, and may even be worse, than the artefacts that we digitised,” Cerf told the Guardian. “If there are photos you really care about, print them out.” ;)

“We are nonchalantly throwing all of our data into what could become an information black hole without realising it. We digitise things because we think we will preserve them, but what we don’t understand is that unless we take other steps, those digital versions may not be any better, and may even be worse, than the artefacts that we digitised,” Cerf told the Guardian. “If there are photos you really care about, print them out.” ;)___

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2015-02-14 17:47:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Nice to see something whose usefulness i wondered in high school... geometric mean in action ! Gives a whole new meaning to the burning question "how deep is your love?" ;)

Nice to see something whose usefulness i wondered in high school... geometric mean in action ! Gives a whole new meaning to the burning question "how deep is your love?" ;)___

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2015-02-14 15:13:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"penis... enormous amount of anatomical variation" ;)

"penis... enormous amount of anatomical variation" ;)___

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