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The Polyphasic Sleep Group Adaptation…is All Yours!

Group Adaptation was a resounding success! The Polyphasic Sleep Adaptation Group has been officially over for a month (give or take), and it helped a lot of people, and gathered a lot of cool data on the adaptation process! There … Continue reading

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Segregation in Sports: A bit of a wrap-up

A big chunk of my life was taken up recently with a) feeling hurt because of some of the effects of gender segregation in my beloved only-team-sport of Underwater Hockey; b) venting about that hurt on FB, which to my … Continue reading

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Ubersleep Group Rules & Guidelines

This is a sleep-modification experimentation group. It is attended and participated in by both people who are, and people who are not, adapting to a new sleep-schedule. The following rules and guidelines are intended to further our helping each other … Continue reading

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Feels like segregation feels like segregation feels like

Pretend you're a dark-skinned person.  One day your friends tell you about a new, tiny, unofficial sports team they're in.  They invite you to come play.  You arrive and nope, there are no other dark-skinned people there, but also nobody … Continue reading

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And now a break for beautiful

These layer-lapse videos are pretty impressive!  I'm so glad that Boston got one early, because… …HOLY CRAP I live in a beautiful place!  ::so proud:: Now, go find something beautiful in your own town to admire — and leave me … Continue reading

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Something you can do in your 20’s-30’s to guarantee a not-horrible old age

People find getting old scary — because it is. Especially once you hit full adulthood, and the rollercoaster of youth — from whose dizzying speed and crazy twist-turns the reality of getting old is barely, if at all, comprehensible — begins to … Continue reading

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The Group Adaptation is almost over! What happens now? Will there be another one? (Yes!)

TL;DR:  The group adaptation was excellent, and it'd be a shame to let it die or not be there for future people who would benefit from it.  It will cost something (as little as possible) to participate in the future version, … Continue reading

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