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  1. ThisIsBananas

    I hate being tired at the end of the work day.

    I just want the energy to do stuff when I go home. Time to try 5 Hour Energy Drink.
  2. Jason

    Cellphone radiation study finds mixed effects in rodents, no clear implications for humans

    The long-awaited results of a $25 million National Institutes of Health study on the effects of cellphone radio-frequency radiation exposure on animals is out, and the results are mixed. They showed a higher risk of tumors, DNA or tissue damage, and lower body weight in some groups of rodents...
  3. 53V3N

    Potassium: How does it work?

    It was first isolated from potash, the ashes of plants, from which its name derives. In the periodic table, potassium is one of the alkali metals. All of the alkali metals have a single valence electron in the outer electron shell, which is easily removed to create an ion with a positive charge...
  4. Fÿn

    For the WTFuckers that look at PC screen a lot of hours per day

    Great, I can't even write a thread title correctly TL;DR: If you've got problems sleeping, it may be related to blue light emitted from screens. With a software called f.lux you can diminish the impact of that and sleep like a mofo until the end of times. So I work 8:45 hours per day in front...
  5. RebelBuddha

    Discuss Could a human being that will live to be 1000 be alive today?

    IT is likely the first person who will live to be 1,000 years old is already alive today. This is according to a growing regiment of researchers who believe a biological revolution enabling humans to experience everlasting youthfulness is just around the corner. At the epicentre of the...
  6. R

    Discuss Lowered Expectations in Health Care

    The tally is in, and we lost to the Brits. White, middle-aged Americans are far less healthy than white, middle-aged British, according to study published last week in the Journal of the American Medical Association. You can joke all you want about their lousy teeth, but this wasn't even a...