Reddit’s Female Dating Strategy offers women advice — and a strict rulebook for how to act. AA woman recently went to Reddit for advice: her fiancé had financially ruined her due to a gambling addiction, and she wasn’t sure what to do.
Members of Female Dating Strategy, a subreddit offering dating advice exclusively to women, spotted the thread and added their own assessment: her choice to stay with him was another example of “cockholm syndrome.” On a website commonly known as the home of the manosphere, r/FemaleDatingStrategy is, in many ways, initially, refreshing. The “female-only” forum, founded in February 2019, prides itself on being the only space on Reddit for women who date men to safely vent concerns about their relationships with men who often devalue them, ignore them, or even abuse them. It’s filled with memes and advice, and a recent Wall Street Journal piece praised it for offering “honesty and tough love.”
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Scientist Jonathan Pruitt become a notable figure in the field of behavioral ecology for reporting evidence that spiders have personalities.
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Study of YouTube comments finds evidence of radicalization effect. Research presented at the ACM FAT 2020 conference in Barcelona today supports the notion that YouTube’s platform is playing a role in radicalizing users via exposure to far-right ideologies.
The study, carried out by researchers at Switzerland’s Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne and the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, found evidence that users who engaged with a middle ground of extreme right-wing content migrated to commenting on the most fringe far-right content. A March 2018 New York Times article by sociologist Zeynep Tufekci set out the now widely reported thesis that YouTube is a radicalization engine.
Moving to Mars: Designers reveal their visions for how humans will live on the Red Planet. Sci-fi writers have long dreamed of turning Mars into a more Earth-like planet for future colonisation. From the first photographic fly-by of Mars by the Mariner 4 spacecraft in 1965 to NASA's Orion project and Elon Musk's SpaceX venture, getting humans to the Red Planet has become one of the greatest challenges and preoccupations of our time. But conditions on Mars are deeply hostile to humans. It is too cold to maintain water and there is no ozone layer to shield against UV radiation. Unfleshing. New Feelings Unfleshing The desire to become as smooth and impervious as my phone Nikki Shaner-Bradford January 27, 2020 share. How one man changed the meaning of past, present and future.
Events happen in order – you whisk icing before decorating a cake. Some events seem to be present, while others are future or past. A birthday party lies in the future, approaching slowly. When the big day arrives, the party is present; afterwards, it slips into memory and the past. Pastness, presentness and futurity seem to be real features of the world, but are they really? Influencer Fatigue: Are We Done With Influencers? These Researchers Want You to Live In a Fungus Megastructure. Imagine that you roll out of bed onto a living fungus floor. The walls and ceiling — heck, the whole apartment building, down to the plumbing and electrical systems — are made of fungus too. Wood and concrete are remnants of the distant past; this entire city, from the schools to the stores to the hospitals, is made of living fungus — constantly growing, dying off and regenerating itself.
That’s the vision laid out in a provocative new paper, which a team of European academics say is the first-ever exploration of living fungus’ potential as a raw material for futuristic, eco-friendly “monolithic structures” that would, in their telling, revolutionize the entire built environment and economy. “We propose to develop a structural substrate by using live fungal mycelium,” reads the paper. “Fungal buildings will self-grow, build, and repair themselves.” Scientists are unraveling the Chinese coronavirus with unprecedented speed and openness. Sounds of the past give new hope for coral reef restoration. Young fish can be drawn to degraded coral reefs by loudspeakers playing the sounds of healthy reefs, according to new research published today in Nature Communications.
An international team of scientists from the UK's University of Exeter and University of Bristol, and Australia's James Cook University and Australian Institute of Marine Science, say this "acoustic enrichment" could be a valuable tool in helping to restore damaged coral reefs. Working on Australia's recently devastated Great Barrier Reef, the scientists placed underwater loudspeakers playing healthy reef recordings in patches of dead coral and found twice as many fish arrived—and stayed—compared to equivalent patches where no sound was played.
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Baidu’s “Xuperchain” launch is just the beginning of China’s blockchain rush. Google’s Jigsaw Was Supposed to Save the Internet. Behind the Scenes, It Became a Toxic Mess. Alphabet is quietly fighting attacks on free speech through its Jigsaw incubator. Atmos Faceware makes clean air an expensive accessory. How Helsinki Built ‘Book Heaven’ Conspiracy-theorizing megachurch preacher visits Nunavut. Companion Publication of the 2019 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2019 Companion. Transpolis - Europe's largest mobility testing ground is located in France - Innovation Origins.
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YouTube Restores Hundreds of Cryptocurrency Videos After Flagging Them as Harmful. Artificial intelligence may help scientists make spray-on solar cells. AI-powered astronaut assistant returns to space with 'emotional intelligence' Prepare Yourself for the "Tsunami of Data" Expected to Hit by 2025. Family Matters: Rethinking the Psychology of Human Social Motivation - Ahra Ko, Cari M. Pick, Jung Yul Kwon, Michael Barlev, Jaimie Arona Krems, Michael E. W. Varnum, Rebecca Neel, Mark Peysha, Watcharaporn Boonyasiriwat, Eduard Brandstätter, Ana Carla Cr. China says new rocket brings space station plans closer. New Russian weapon can travel 27 times the speed of sound. Biomedical law experts suggest it's time to expand the legal term for 'human'
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