"I speak for our entire team here, we're not just focused on how much money are we going to make," Sage said. "We're focused on the fact that this is an inevitable technology and someone is going to do it. Right now we're the best shot. We’re also focused on the fact that, according to every scenario we've analyzed, the world needs space based solar power, and it needs it soon, as well as the up-scaling of just about every other source of renewable energy that we can get our hands on."Drugs drive politicians out of their minds - Huumeiden haittojen järkevämmän vertailun puolesta.
Say you have to decide whether to give a stranger a peanut or ecstasy. Which is safest? Ecstasy, of course. A much larger percentage of people suffer a fatal acute reaction to peanuts than to MDMA.
-- We need a rational debate about the true damage caused by illegal drugs - which pales into insignificance compared with the havoc wreaked by legal drugs such as alcohol and tobacco. Until then, we have no chance of developing a rational drug policy.
The Checklist - Artikkeli parin vuoden takaa. Kannattaa tehdä muistilistoja, automatisoida moniosaisia tehtäviä ja siirtää muistiaan eksokorteksiin.
Doctors are supposed to (1) wash their hands with soap, (2) clean the patient’s skin with chlorhexidine antiseptic, (3) put sterile drapes over the entire patient, (4) wear a sterile mask, hat, gown, and gloves, and (5) put a sterile dressing over the catheter site once the line is in. Check, check, check, check, check. These steps are no-brainers; they have been known and taught for years. So it seemed silly to make a checklist just for them. Still, Pronovost asked the nurses in his I.C.U. to observe the doctors for a month as they put lines into patients, and record how often they completed each step. In more than a third of patients, they skipped at least one.