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  • paarshad

    paarshad

    March 10, 2015, 10:05 pm

    My friend who is working on his thesis had exactly this happen to him. He was working in geometric group theory (a relatively new subject) and was basing quite a bit of his work on a theorem in a paper.

    Unfortunately someone came up with a counter-example to the theorem in this paper. My friend as well as his adviser thought it was true. My friend continued to try to find a work around, but everything wasn't as general as he wanted so he gave up.

    Fortunately he had learned his subject well and had a good understanding of it and was able to pick up a new topic that used the same objects and concepts he had already spent a year learning.

    So, just focusing on understanding the objects and environment of said objects opens tons of avenues of exploration. Do NOT focus on just manipulating symbols and just quoting theorems, because if you're basing something off a theorem then and it's wrong, you have lost all your work.

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  • MrWoohoo

    MrWoohoo

    March 10, 2015, 9:12 pm

    > And what is it about greater inequality that causes more dollars to seek investment?

    I thought I was rather clear on that point: "People with higher incomes spend less [percentagewise] on consumption and invest more."

    > Your inequality hypothesis implies that something about the fact that rich [???] have a lot more money than rich people (rather than just excess capital in society) leads to riskier investment.

    Is this some sort of typo?

    > Did the sudden fact that the rich realized "oh, we are in the top one percent!" cause them to invest more in risky assets than they had before? This is absurd [...]

    Yes, it is absurd and isn't what I suggested. Again: Inflating asset prices lowered returns, investors sought to buy assets with higher returns to get back to the original rate of return. They didn't buy higher risk investments because they suddenly realized "oh, we are in the top one percent!" they bought them because their original investments were performing poorly.

    > Then why don't the most unequal of countries go through constant recessions? India is unequal, but it's economy's business cycle is non-stationary, **meaning something else is driving recessions.**

    I made no argument that income inequality was the sole factor, merely that is was an important one. Striking a match and dropping it in an empty gas can has no effect whereas dropping it in a gas can full of gas causes an explosion. Just because it didn't cause an explosion in the first case doesn't mean it wasn't a contributing cause in the second case.

    But it is an interesting question. Perhaps the difference is that India is a less developed economy and thus there is more opportunity for capital to find productive investments so income inequality doesn't have the same distorting effect on asset prices.

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  • commasdivide

    commasdivide

    March 10, 2015, 6:53 pm

    Andrew Bird - Mysterious Production of Eggs

    Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest

    Deerhunter - Microcastle

    Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes

    Talking Heads - Remain in Light

    Radiohead - Hail to the Thief, Amnesiac

    Medeski, Martin & Wood - Uninvisible

    DeVotchKa - Curse Your Litttle Heart

    Department of Eagles - In Ear Park

    Rodrigo & Gabriela - Rodrigo & Gabriela

    Serge Gainsbourg - Histoire De Melody Nelson

    Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might Breathe

    Priscilla Ahn - A Good Day

    Herbie Hancock - Secrets

    Portishead - Dummy

    Air - Talkie Walkie

    Devendra Banhart - Cripple Crow

    The Shins - Chutes to Narrow, Wincing the Night Away

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  • fattangrywiccan

    fattangrywiccan

    March 10, 2015, 9:53 am

    Get off the gas, don't touch the brakes, Try to keep the wheels aimed downstream.

    WHEN THE WHEELS START TO HOOK UP AGAIN BE READY TO TRAVEL IN THE DIRECTION YOU ARE AIMING.

    If you aren't aimed in the direction you want to go be ready to try to steer where you want to go. If that fails stomp on the brakes bring the car to a stop and then get ready to drive the car out of traffic.

    Don't drive so fucking fast next time. This one was driver error. So many fucking morons out there who think an expensive car with AWD and anti-lock brakes will protect them from making the mistake you made.

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  • FiOzymandias

    FiOzymandias

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 pm

    Because you're less than 1% of the calls we get, and Verizon really doesn't care about supporting things it doesn't give you. Use the shit the way we gave it to you, if you have a problem with it, either you get a guy like me who doesn't care about "support boundaries" and knows things, or you get average Wanda Whatthefuckyoutalkinbout who can remember standard sequences but doesn't know much else. They're perfectly competent for helping you with company equipment, but it's a waste of money to try to support things we didn't give you. Yes, the router blows royal ass, but don't blame tech agents for not knowing how to get around them. They simply aren't told, and often times it's simply not possible.

    JUST FOR YOU:

    The Actiontec router and the Westell router don't have bridge modes. If you have a MOCA setup (coax WAN instead of ethernet) and you need to loop off of the router to your own, you need to finagle the DHCP settings to hand off the connection to your own router. If you're lucky enough to have an Ethernet WAN connection, just plug in your shit, call and find if you're DHCP or PPPoE (if you're PPPoE, it's "open," meaning type in whatever you want) and if you're DHCP just ask that we break the lease.

    If your case fits the latter, I shame you for not figuring it out yourself :P

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  • Xhyce

    Xhyce

    March 10, 2015, 7:32 am

    You are right...the warlords are doing pretty well for themselves in those undeveloped countries. They are undeveloped for a reason and part of that reason is the lack of social programs funded by taxes. Just having social programs and federally funded roads makes every brick and mortar store possible - those entrepreneurs *should* pay more taxes as they benefit exponentially more from having a larger pool of able customers. Libertarianism has good ideas and some of them should be explored for sure...but a 100% free-market society will just not work. I'd rather not trade an evil politician who can be voted out of office for a CEO that has no government regulations and pays off the 'Private' watchdog group when they put lead in the paint on childrens toys.

    Since when is making enough $$ to pay for your own medical insurance a *right* in libertarian point of view? You are free to make as much as you like...make an amount past a certain point comes with additional responsibility, such as paying for medical insurance so the rest of us do not have to cover cancer treatment later that would have been caught with normal checkups.

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  • ghibmmm

    ghibmmm

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 pm

    Yeah, and I find the idea that socialists have anything to teach that's worthwhile humorous, also. Look how far we get talking about it.

    There is only a possibility for a "parasite" class when there is violence inherent in the market. Otherwise, workers will migrate between organizations or simply shed the "parasite" if they contribute nothing to the organization. There is no reason why people would continue to give money to somebody for fulfilling a role that is unnecessary unless they are afraid of them.

    There is something else you don't understand: having a "parasite" in the organization necessarily raises the costs of the services or products they sell, and an organization designed to cut out that element will naturally be more favorable to consumers by virtue of price alone.

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  • wonkifier

    wonkifier

    March 10, 2015, 6:09 pm

    >(euphemistically called "nosocomial infections" in typical medical jargon to help "hide" the cause)

    And how do you know this is the reason.

    Just because you don't understand what the phrase means doesn't mean they're trying to hide it from you.

    Might it be that they use that language for precision, and choose not to make an exception for the odd one or two? (At least in formal writing)

    While you have some interesting and useful facts, the tone you set is one of doctors in general being charlatans just out to do their thing, and hoping they don't get caught. Instead of actually trying to help people.

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  • laundryboat

    laundryboat

    March 10, 2015, 7:27 am

    A portion of the population may hate it like here in the US, but there is apparently many who like it. I've seen McDonalds throughout places like Germany, Austria, France, Great Britian. I think it is often young people who like McDonalds. It's seen as something different than the old cafe fare. They're in major cities, airports, and tourist locations, e.g., there has been a McDonalds below Mozart's birthplace in Salzburg for several decades.

    I thought a McDonalds has been in the underground plaza below the Louvre for years. Maybe it was proposed years ago but not approved.

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  • shuael

    shuael

    March 10, 2015, 12:33 pm

    > History is a good example. It is impossible to empirically test theories about a past which has already happened and cannot be repeated, but we can still attempt to justify historical theories by analysis of the available evidence.

    Give me one historical prediction that is correct and true.

    > but we can still attempt to justify historical theories by analysis of the available evidence

    What does that mean?

    > Computer science has discovered facts, for example about what problems can and cannot be solved by computers, not through experimentation but solely through logical reasoning.

    That's the divide between science and mathematics.

    > The difference is that everyone recognizes that "one IDE is better than another" is a claim which requires justification and could be disproven.

    You've obviously never been thru a vi vs emacs flame war.

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  • phill21

    phill21

    March 11, 2015, 12:26 am

    I'm not sure the US needs universal health care, or even a public/private tiered system, what is needed though is heavy reform of health insurance providers and possibly the entire health care industry. Dropping customers because they get sick, everything being "preexisting conditions", denying claims because you didn't travel cross state to see an approved specialist, so on. I think it would be a bigger failure on the part of the US Government if they fail to mandate proper reform then if the bill lacks a public option

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  • FiOzymandias

    FiOzymandias

    March 10, 2015, 10:12 am

    VZ doesn't care how you use your connection, unlike Comcast. I've heard you want to mess with some QoS settings in the router for the best throughput, but that's third-hand. Billing and pricing I don't know about, especially in comparison to Comcast. Customer and tech support has its share of dumb fucks like anybody, and tech support agents who follow their job to a t (i.e. not me) are not likely to give you any extra mile. If you're curious, call and find out if there's some 30 day cancel-any-time trial period (there usually is) and give it a shot if the price sounds right. I'd also be curious as to which state you're in, as some states and areas have pretty awful dispatch centers/installers.

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  • grotgrot

    grotgrot

    March 11, 2015, 5:09 am

    The DRM free music from Amazon is in MP3 format (yes I have bought some).

    The video is not DRM free - ie it requires Amazon's participation each time you watch. If Amazon cancels or suspends your account you'll soon be unhappy. As for the Kindle thing how open do you think it is? Do you really think you can copy files from one device to another and it just works?

    This is all my underlying point. With some media (eg DVD) and formats (eg MP3) you really have bought and own it. You can do what you want with it for as long as wish and noone else has a say. But with the DRM infested stuff even if you think you are buying you are really renting as they can prevent you from doing format conversion or playing on players they don't approve, or heck they could just lose interest and shut down the DRM servers. As long as you understand you are really renting it is fine, but don't delude yourself into thinking you have bought.

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  • damanamathos

    damanamathos

    March 10, 2015, 1:08 pm

    Many companies exist for the sole purpose of maximising profits, so most executives will act to maximise legal profits where they can. The only time morals should come into it is where there's a chance your actions can backfire (as may be the case here judging by some of the wins against them).

    It's not clear cut that those taking out Dead Peasant insurance thought they were doing an immoral thing. I imagine they just viewed it as a tax loophole they could profit from with no impact on the employee.

    My view is this type of insurance is wrong, as it provides the wrong incentives to employers, and incentives drive behaviour. Sure, it's unlikely companies will go about killing their employees, but why even have that profit motive, particularly in a country where healthcare and employment are so intertwined for so many?

    So if it's wrong, how do you stop it? I think you'd either regulate against it, or remove the financial incentive by removing the tax break on life insurance proceeds where the recipient is not an individual. (Without a tax break, these policies can't be profitable -- if they were the life insurer would be out of business.)

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