I think they meant non-undisclosed, which is a perfectly cromulent word. Irregardless, we should all be carefuller with grammar.
The thing everyone should really be worried about is the Cowboy Nealarity.
> Now of course what you eat still matters a lot, but mainly because it affects your psychology differently
And that's exactly the point. Carbs tend to cause blood sugar spikes, and the body then overproduces insulin, causing a sugar/carb crash, and thus demotivating people from physical activity, but those carbs still end up being converted to fat.
...is such shit advice because it assumes all calories are equal when more and more evidence is coming out that they're not, especially calories from carbohydrates.
No, the Turing test is shit. Any AI that passes it would actually be far smarter than us humans since it would have to take into account the experience of all the things that itself wouldn't actually have to deal with--such as eating, pissing, and shitting. Why should an AI have to think about all the things us meatbags have to think about that aren't relevant to it? AIs don't have parents (well, not in the traditional sense anyway) and so won't have a human-like childhood experience to reflect upon, nor should they have to worry about whether that lump is cancerous, or whether they have to go into work tomorrow, or if that dish had too much salt in it.
Maybe it's just me, but Agile and waterfall development seem like orthogonal concepts that don't exclude one or the other. Waterfall probably needs to be tweaked a bit to work for a team using Agile, but other than that, I don't see any reason why it still couldn't be used as model for project management even if Agile is used.
I'm pretty sure this is all just full of hot air.
It's the redistribution of that mass that is the problem. It wasn't about the mass disappearing. That's a strawman that wasn't even being brought up.
Who would want to pirate U2's music anyway?
Ah, okay, I see the ingenuity in that tech.
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Another possibility is that the winner is lying about losing. I know personally that I wouldn't want to be known for winning that auction.
Records go back to 1880. Experts say there's a good chance global heat records will keep falling, especially next year because an El Nino weather event is brewing on top of man-made global warming.
That's not a confusing sentence at all...
Sorry, but I just can't see the feasibility of flying cars unless they're entirely autonomous. Getting a pilot's license is difficult for good reason, and is also part of why flying is so safe. I can't see how well it would work to teach everyone how to fly given that.