Join Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein on Episode 71 of the Science Dispatch podcast as they explore an intriguing question:
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We have written about peer review at ACSH; here is a slightly different take from Marginal Revolution.
A musical icon, Joni Mitchell, returned to the stage 7 years after a brain aneurysm left her unable to speak or play the guitar. This is a real example of the strength of the human spirit.
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Feeling physically and mentally tired after some activities is a sign of aging; ask any adult over, say 50 tasked with caring for a toddler for the day. And fatigability is a sign within aging of increasing frailty.
Scientists have developed multiple techniques to measure our energy expenditure and assign portions to our metabolism, our body's maintenance, and the energy necessary to go from the couch to the refrigerator and back.
“Conrad Hal Waddington became recognized as the last Renaissance biologist.
“Conrad Hal Waddington became recognized as the last Renaissance biologist.
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