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#1690: Visualizing Bodybuilding
Sunday • February 25th 2024 • 12:38:36 am • 4KB

First of all, gym is a boring place. If you need to lose weight, you need to walk the big trails. Appalachian Trail, Or Pacific Crest Trail, or The Continental Divide Trail. Look, our knees were not made, for jogging while being large. Walking, walking on...

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#1689: Eddy Currents; Or, Adventure, Health, Wisdom, and Greatness
Friday • February 23rd 2024 • 11:29:58 pm • 2KB

Nobody knows why, but we get help with growing up. So as long as we are allowed to grow up, a certain mechanism will hoist us up. Ancient myth talk about adventures, that a young person must set off on. And that just may be, the same mechanism as I am...

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#1688: How Books Change Culture
Thursday • February 22nd 2024 • 11:19:21 pm • 3KB

I had three big encounters with books, but it wasn't until the last one that my culture rose. The first time happened in 8th grade, I was reading Batman by Craig Shaw Gardner. I was ignoring what all the horrible teachers were saying, and I got bored, so I...

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#1687: Michigan Bird Report 2024; Or, First Day Of Michigan Spring
Thursday • February 22nd 2024 • 12:19:39 am • 1KB

In Michigan, Spring is a thing, that the birds bring. We don’t wait, for the date. And it was announced to me today, that today is the day. There are many curiosities here, and much of Michigan holds them dear. For example, while all the birds are back...

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#1686: Computer Programming Expands Your World
Wednesday • February 21st 2024 • 12:06:03 am • 2KB

Computer programming, is very simple to learn. It is a tool for human being, made by human beings. But it only starts as a language, with which you control computers. When you get used to, thinking with it. It becomes an painters brush, with which you...

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#1685: The Transformative Workout; Or, Of Lifting Too Heavy And The Plateau
Tuesday • February 20th 2024 • 1:22:06 am • 4KB

Not everyone wants bigger muscle, and some people come to the gym to get away. This advice is not for mavericks, just for those who want to repair or reshape their body. When you select a heavy wight, that you can only lift 10 or 15 times. You will only...

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#1684: First Time At The Gym; Or, Heavy Or Light
Sunday • February 18th 2024 • 11:44:10 pm • 3KB

Gym is like High School, you have to ignore everything and learn on your own. If you do what everyone else is doing, you’ll get what everyone else is getting. If you do it your self, always gradually increasing complexity. They you’ll walk out of gym a...

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#1683: Towards Simple Reactive OOP; Or, The Trouble With Programming
Sunday • February 18th 2024 • 12:07:49 am • 3KB

Programming languages do not deliver, as much as one would hope. They can do everything, but never in the simplest of ways. To get one thing done, requires three or more lines. And to automate this, is one of the biggest mistakes in programming. Dynamic...

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#1682: Um, Are The Groundhogs Messing With Us?
Friday • February 16th 2024 • 11:53:42 pm • 1KB

Early spring, they foretold, and yet - I am sitting here - and I am really cold. I am now convinced the groundhogs are sus, I think they are making fun of us. We had two days that were nice, that felt like real paradise. And then it started snowing,...

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#1681: Speedrunning Bodybuilding
Friday • February 16th 2024 • 12:26:20 am • 2KB

Talk to the gym trainer, ask for advice, explain what you are up to, be kind, but focus on the routine. There are two stages, building up endurance, and then building muscle. Without extended endurance, you won't lift for long enough to put on the muscle. ...

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#1680: This Is An Interval Timer; Or, A Workout Must Flow
Wednesday • February 14th 2024 • 11:46:42 pm • 3KB

A workout must be non-stop from start to end, exactly like jogging - you start in the beginning come to the and and stop. A workout is not just about building muscle, above all it is about getting rid of unhealthy fat. And about flexibility, and health,...

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#1679: The Point Where All Human Beings and Cultures Converge; Or, To Understand Humanity
Wednesday • February 14th 2024 • 12:12:43 am • 5KB

Understanding Humanity is one of the fundamentals, to meeting the world, to going out there. I have an understanding, a way to explain types of minds. But, I think, my understanding is a simple model, one of many. And that we each approach the world,...

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#1678: Destination: Nordhouse Dunes
Tuesday • February 13th 2024 • 12:01:51 am • 3KB

I live on the other side of the state, so it takes a short 4 hour drive to get to Nordhouse. I packed my stuff and went to sleep early to wake up at 2AM, and start the drive, to arrive on a crisp Monday morning. I love re-listening to Four Horsemen Part 1...

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#1677: That Meandering Kitten
Sunday • February 11th 2024 • 11:29:59 pm • 2KB

I had my first solo hiking adventures, when I was really little. There is nothing to it, you need a bottle of sweet cherry juice. A couple of cold pierogies, some Almond Joy candy from America. And maybe some xmass tree candy canes, if you know where they...

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#1676: Artificial Intelligence Works; Or, On My Way To A Silly Poem
Saturday • February 10th 2024 • 10:38:01 pm • 5KB

Before we begin, I want you to know that AI has been released to public, and that anybody with a fast computer, including pro laptop can run it. Parents, now is the time, not to think twice, get your kids a gaming rig, and explain that a computer is not a...

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#1675: The Little Trick That Makes Bro Science Stick
Friday • February 9th 2024 • 11:50:24 pm • 4KB

Bro science suffers from the shortcut mindset, where advice is about simple things done softly. You have to switch from shortcuts, to challenge seeking. So, wen you are told to find a weight that you can lift, a bunch of times, lyke, 5, 10 or 15, before...

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#1674: You Must Become A Philosopher; Or, To Reject Philosophy Is To Reject Your Elder Self
Thursday • February 8th 2024 • 11:49:36 pm • 3KB

Avoid standardized philosophy, as is has been drained of life, and neutered to make you weak, and old. Your teachers have sold the world to put food on their table, you will have to learn on your own. There are many things crafted and evolved to drain you...

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#1673: The Large Knights Of Potatoes; Or, Become A Trail Guide
Thursday • February 8th 2024 • 12:14:28 am • 3KB

We get lost in complexity of life, and we forget to take care of ourselves. A trail guide brings a person back, to face their own selves, and get healthy again. You don't have to be an expert, or cross the Appalachian Trail to be a guide. You only need to...

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#1672: Before You Sign Up For The Gym; Or, Walk Before You Run
Tuesday • February 6th 2024 • 11:52:51 pm • 3KB

A real workout is non stop, like fierce walking... you get bathroom breaks; but you got to hurry. A fantasy workout, includes sitting, laying down, using machines, and chest exercises. A workout is hard, it is annoying if not sometimes painful, and it...

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#1671: Where To Start Learning Programming? A Quick Little Answer For The Rest Of Us
Monday • February 5th 2024 • 11:35:57 pm • 3KB

Learn JavaScript, it is by far the most flexible and popular language. And start using a lager more visual program, that relies on JavaScript for scripting. This way you can create programs visually, and then customize what you need with he help of AI. ...

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#1670: What Would A Kitty Ask, If It Could Handle Such A Task
Sunday • February 4th 2024 • 1:38:17 pm • 2KB

Surely she would first ask about life, "Why must it be filled wit strife?" But then she'd would get a bit more philosophical, and ask "why are hoomans walking tall?" Few simple clarification, at first, would swiftly have her unimpressed. Then she'd get the...

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#1669: The Year Of The Bicycle
Saturday • February 3rd 2024 • 11:18:36 pm • 2KB

With 45 days left until Spring, why not make 2024 the year of the bicycle. Somehow, whether you realize it or not, there is always a bicycle trail near by. And that can easily translate to, rebellion, adventure, and mischief. Bicycling, is almost like...

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#1668: Easing Yourself Into Camping
Saturday • February 3rd 2024 • 12:49:13 am • 5KB

Camping is by far, and bar none, one of the more interesting things you can do. One moment you are at home, microwaving, showering, downloading. And the next, your sausage is on a stick, over a large fire. That you had to build, out of fallen trees...

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#1667: Walking, Hiking, And Dancing; Or, Gradually Increasing Endurance To Transform Your Body
Thursday • February 1st 2024 • 11:11:30 pm • 4KB

Begin, in the beginning, and then get to the end. And begin by walking, and walk farther and faster every day. In a way, our bodies were made for walking, we are amazing at walking. Try to give up your car, if you can fit on a bicycle use it. If you are...