New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 243

Research of the week

How the personality of the founder predict the success of the start-up.

The history of dingoes..

Northern Chinese have a genetic adaptation to fattier, meat-rich diets.

Higher intake of animal protein and fish linked to lower risk of hip fracture.

You can be over 85 years old and I still make profits in strength and muscle mass.

New primary cooking podcasts

Primary Cooking Podcast: So what is your gut telling you?

Primary Health Coach Radio: Dayna Hrovath

Media, Schmedia

Adderall shortage hits students hard.

Interesting blog posts

The unjustified ban on incandescent lights.

Social notes

Ask me anything.

Everything else

Castaway tourism.

mental images.

Things I’m doing that interest me

New plantar fasciitis treatment: Vibration with shock wave therapy..

Not surprised: Oils that are frequently heated and negative health consequences..

Interesting: The case of a simulated universe.

Fascinating: Congolese hunter-gatherer men who stay up late have more testosterone than those who go to bed earlier.

Product I am enjoying: HELLO Grass-Fed Strawberry Jelly.

Question what am I doing?

Do you think the universe is a simulation? The idea seems to me like a technological version of religion.

Recipe corner

Time capsule

One year ago (Oct 21 – Oct 27)

  • Psoriasis: causes and treatments: how to help it.
  • Reflecting on 16 years of Mark’s Daily Apple: has it really been that long?

Comment of the week

Picaña recipe: avoid it!

“The picanha will likely still have a thick, fatty coating, so use a filleting knife to cut it completely. “

Mmm, no, no and no.”

-Ha, yes. Leave the layer of fat on.

Primal Kitchen Dijon Mustard

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