Facebook is a bit like electricity or telephones (before texting and social media). You could live without electricity or phones but it would be difficult and inconvenient. Which is why they were both considered utilities and regulated as such.
The cats love to give advice, but do they ever take their own advice advice?
Men have always blamed women for bad things. Even though testosterone and the Y chromosome are responsible for most of the cruelty and destruction in the world.
Using our imagination and creativity to make things is a good use of our brief time on Earth.
Metformin is the wonder drug! It prevents aging! You’ll live forever!
If you are interested in Metformin, here is a book called Age Later, written by a doctor who specializes in aging, and who is very excited about Metformin. And here are a few articles: Here’s a study about Metformin as a Tool to Target Aging. Here’s an article in The New York Times suggesting you Think Twice before taking Metformin. Here’s an article by Dave Asprey, the creator of Bulletproof Coffee, about why he stopped taking Metformin. Here’s a study about Metformin and sleep disorders. Here’s an article about whether Metformin affects sexual dysfunction. Here’s an article about how Metformin is not so good for aerobic exercise. And another even more interesting article about Metformin and exercise.
It’s so easy to depress ourselves by looking at people who have more, do more, travel more, accomplish more than us. But there are many worlds where people have much harder lives than we do. Now, if only we would compare our world to those worlds we might be hugely content.
This is the second in a series of posts about free will. The first post is here.
Do we have free will? Most people like to think we do, but it’s not as clear cut as we’d like to believe. The cats explored this topic back in 2019, and now they explore it again in a series of posts.
There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is…. Whoops. The cats are channeling Thornton Wilder. What they meant to say is that there are two worlds: the rational, and the not-so-rational, the latter being where most of us spend most of our time.