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kingscrown666: crewdlydrawn: slow-magic: nightpiercer: osunism: aripuppy: supaslim: question-the-status-quo: vabla: shunkawarakin: visovari: Welcome to the space age, ladies and gentlemen This is really quite a big deal. A tremendous amount of modern research ends up being sold to journals which require unreasonable payments to access it and only pay the original authors a pittance. It’s nice to see an agency like NASA deliberately widebanding its findings. Not sure if people fully realize just how big of a deal this is. THIS is how science is advanced. Not through biased corporate research, business secrets, marketing, paywalls and patent wars. But through open, uncensored and unrestricted public access to knowledge. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=%22nasa+funded%22[Filter] ^ There’s the direct link to all the studies. NASA IS GOOD, NASA IS GREAT @osunism NASA is the hero we don’t deserve. This deserves every reblog. @geh-is-okeh In the face of institutions being silenced, this is doubly huge. I love seeing that, for once, there are more reblogs than likes Keep passing on this info, guys. Good job : NASA just mde alll the sciemtiic research i funds available for free There goes our weekend. PETER DOCKRILL 18 AUG 2016 NASA just announced that any published research funded by the space agency will now be available at no cost, launching a new public web portal that anybody can access kingscrown666: crewdlydrawn: slow-magic: nightpiercer: osunism: aripuppy: supaslim: question-the-status-quo: vabla: shunkawarakin: visovari: Welcome to the space age, ladies and gentlemen This is really quite a big deal. A tremendous amount of modern research ends up being sold to journals which require unreasonable payments to access it and only pay the original authors a pittance. It’s nice to see an agency like NASA deliberately widebanding its findings. Not sure if people fully realize just how big of a deal this is. THIS is how science is advanced. Not through biased corporate research, business secrets, marketing, paywalls and patent wars. But through open, uncensored and unrestricted public access to knowledge. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=%22nasa+funded%22[Filter] ^ There’s the direct link to all the studies. NASA IS GOOD, NASA IS GREAT @osunism NASA is the hero we don’t deserve. This deserves every reblog. @geh-is-okeh In the face of institutions being silenced, this is doubly huge. I love seeing that, for once, there are more reblogs than likes Keep passing on this info, guys. Good job

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crewdlydrawn: slow-magic: nightpiercer: osunism: aripuppy: supaslim: question-the-status-quo: vabla: shunkawarakin: visovari: Welcome to the space age, ladies and gentlemen This is really quite a big deal. A tremendous amount of modern research ends up being sold to journals which require unreasonable payments to access it and only pay the original authors a pittance. It’s nice to see an agency like NASA deliberately widebanding its findings. Not sure if people fully realize just how big of a deal this is. THIS is how science is advanced. Not through biased corporate research, business secrets, marketing, paywalls and patent wars. But through open, uncensored and unrestricted public access to knowledge. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=%22nasa+funded%22[Filter] ^ There’s the direct link to all the studies. NASA IS GOOD, NASA IS GREAT @osunism NASA is the hero we don’t deserve. This deserves every reblog. @geh-is-okeh In the face of institutions being silenced, this is doubly huge. : NASA just mde alll the sciemtiic research i funds available for free There goes our weekend. PETER DOCKRILL 18 AUG 2016 NASA just announced that any published research funded by the space agency will now be available at no cost, launching a new public web portal that anybody can access crewdlydrawn: slow-magic: nightpiercer: osunism: aripuppy: supaslim: question-the-status-quo: vabla: shunkawarakin: visovari: Welcome to the space age, ladies and gentlemen This is really quite a big deal. A tremendous amount of modern research ends up being sold to journals which require unreasonable payments to access it and only pay the original authors a pittance. It’s nice to see an agency like NASA deliberately widebanding its findings. Not sure if people fully realize just how big of a deal this is. THIS is how science is advanced. Not through biased corporate research, business secrets, marketing, paywalls and patent wars. But through open, uncensored and unrestricted public access to knowledge. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=%22nasa+funded%22[Filter] ^ There’s the direct link to all the studies. NASA IS GOOD, NASA IS GREAT @osunism NASA is the hero we don’t deserve. This deserves every reblog. @geh-is-okeh In the face of institutions being silenced, this is doubly huge.

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I’ve read this story a thousand times and it still makes me cry. I’m gonna go hug my grandparents via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2WZFNwz: So my mom told me a story... theguilteaparty Growing up, my mom and her siblings would make banana bread every week Literally every week since the first one of them leamed how to make it, they started making banana bread- lo and behold though, they liked it with walnuts and they all knew their dad hated walnuts So they made a special loaf of banana bread just for him every week, just for him to eat Nobody else was allowed to eat it because that was his banana bread, baked especially for him So anyways, they did this once a week from middle school up until every last one of them moved out of the house (and considering there was at least 10 years difference from the oldest to the youngest, this was quite some time) So that's like... 16 years of weekly banana bread. And he always finished it He, without fail, ate the whole loaf of bread by himself That's approximately 835 loaves of banana bread. Now Skip ahead a few years and they're all visiting and baking banana bread and they start making a dad's bread and their mom comes in, "I don't think he can handle eating one more slice of banana breadl What are you talking about? He loves banana breadl He had it all the timel This is when my grandma, their mom, broke the news that my grandfather loathed banana bread with every fiber of his being, He just adored that his kids loved him enough to make him a special loaf of banana bread every week (and he didnt have the heart to tell them that he couldnt stand banana bread) and he was incredibly, utterly upset that my grandma tokd the kids his big secret My grandfather was a loving, patent, gentle man who absolutely hated banana bread but loved his kids so much more and I just wanted to share that with you guys. I think this story is just about the perfect example of the kind of person he was I’ve read this story a thousand times and it still makes me cry. I’m gonna go hug my grandparents via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2WZFNwz

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I’ve read this story a thousand times and it still makes me cry. I’m gonna go hug my grandparents: So my mom told me a story... theguilteaparty Growing up, my mom and her siblings would make banana bread every week Literally every week since the first one of them leamed how to make it, they started making banana bread- lo and behold though, they liked it with walnuts and they all knew their dad hated walnuts So they made a special loaf of banana bread just for him every week, just for him to eat Nobody else was allowed to eat it because that was his banana bread, baked especially for him So anyways, they did this once a week from middle school up until every last one of them moved out of the house (and considering there was at least 10 years difference from the oldest to the youngest, this was quite some time) So that's like... 16 years of weekly banana bread. And he always finished it He, without fail, ate the whole loaf of bread by himself That's approximately 835 loaves of banana bread. Now Skip ahead a few years and they're all visiting and baking banana bread and they start making a dad's bread and their mom comes in, "I don't think he can handle eating one more slice of banana breadl What are you talking about? He loves banana breadl He had it all the timel This is when my grandma, their mom, broke the news that my grandfather loathed banana bread with every fiber of his being, He just adored that his kids loved him enough to make him a special loaf of banana bread every week (and he didnt have the heart to tell them that he couldnt stand banana bread) and he was incredibly, utterly upset that my grandma tokd the kids his big secret My grandfather was a loving, patent, gentle man who absolutely hated banana bread but loved his kids so much more and I just wanted to share that with you guys. I think this story is just about the perfect example of the kind of person he was I’ve read this story a thousand times and it still makes me cry. I’m gonna go hug my grandparents

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lesbiskammerat: air139: they destroy the soil, patent strains (that breed with local goods), they poison the earth so only their strains grow, then sue local farmers out of existence, then buy up the land and rent it to workers. back door monopoly. sometimes they come in after the US military has completely obliterated your country’s agricultural capabilities, meaning the local farmers are forced to buy their seeds or starve to death, and because the farmers can’t replant the offspring, they have to keep coming back to buy the same patented seeds every year : Riley Mahon @MahonoftheHour Follow What stage of capitalism is it when massive corporations can sue poor people for growing food The Spectator Index @spectatorindex BUSINESS: Pepsi has sued four Indian farmers $150,000 each for growing the type of potato used in the chips of its Lays brand. 1:47 AM-26 Apr 2019 th紧@4).孪囵.竖 16,369 Retweets 38,892 Likes lesbiskammerat: air139: they destroy the soil, patent strains (that breed with local goods), they poison the earth so only their strains grow, then sue local farmers out of existence, then buy up the land and rent it to workers. back door monopoly. sometimes they come in after the US military has completely obliterated your country’s agricultural capabilities, meaning the local farmers are forced to buy their seeds or starve to death, and because the farmers can’t replant the offspring, they have to keep coming back to buy the same patented seeds every year

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toxic-spill: socialistexan: whyyoustabbedme: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pharma-giant-profits-from-hiv-treatment-funded-by-taxpayers-and-patented-by-the-government 1. Taxpayer-funded research discovers new use for HIV drug; 2. Company w/ monopoly on drug says gov cant patent it; 3. Company makes $3B on drug/year; 4. Taxpayers get no return on investment, ~80% who need treatment dont get it Our capitalist aristocratic elites commit mass murder and treason against the people, and make billions, some black guy gets caught with a joint and goes to jail for years… “American justice” sure is a joke This is incredibly common with pharmaceuticals in the US. Drugs are researched with public funds, patented by the government, but then they are given directly to a private corporation for billions (if not trillions) in profit for that corporation. 210 drugs from 2010 to 2016 benefited from this process. Kill capitalism before it kills humanity. : Business An HIV treatment cost taxpavers millions. The government patented it But a pharma giant is making billions Antiretroviral pills Truvada sit on a tray at Jack's Drug Store on Nov. 23, 2010, in San Anselmo, Calif. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) By Christopher Rowland March 26 at 7:26 PM Thomas Folks spent vears in his U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab developing a treatment to block deadly HI co AIDS V in monkeys. Then San Francis researcher Robert Grant, using $50 million in federal grants, proved the treatment worked in people who engaged in risky sex Their work-almost fully funded by U.S toxic-spill: socialistexan: whyyoustabbedme: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pharma-giant-profits-from-hiv-treatment-funded-by-taxpayers-and-patented-by-the-government 1. Taxpayer-funded research discovers new use for HIV drug; 2. Company w/ monopoly on drug says gov cant patent it; 3. Company makes $3B on drug/year; 4. Taxpayers get no return on investment, ~80% who need treatment dont get it Our capitalist aristocratic elites commit mass murder and treason against the people, and make billions, some black guy gets caught with a joint and goes to jail for years… “American justice” sure is a joke This is incredibly common with pharmaceuticals in the US. Drugs are researched with public funds, patented by the government, but then they are given directly to a private corporation for billions (if not trillions) in profit for that corporation. 210 drugs from 2010 to 2016 benefited from this process. Kill capitalism before it kills humanity.

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whyyoustabbedme: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pharma-giant-profits-from-hiv-treatment-funded-by-taxpayers-and-patented-by-the-government 1. Taxpayer-funded research discovers new use for HIV drug; 2. Company w/ monopoly on drug says gov cant patent it; 3. Company makes $3B on drug/year; 4. Taxpayers get no return on investment, ~80% who need treatment dont get it Our capitalist aristocratic elites commit mass murder and treason against the people, and make billions, some black guy gets caught with a joint and goes to jail for years… “American justice” sure is a joke : Business An HIV treatment cost taxpavers millions. The government patented it But a pharma giant is making billions Antiretroviral pills Truvada sit on a tray at Jack's Drug Store on Nov. 23, 2010, in San Anselmo, Calif. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) By Christopher Rowland March 26 at 7:26 PM Thomas Folks spent vears in his U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab developing a treatment to block deadly HI co AIDS V in monkeys. Then San Francis researcher Robert Grant, using $50 million in federal grants, proved the treatment worked in people who engaged in risky sex Their work-almost fully funded by U.S whyyoustabbedme: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pharma-giant-profits-from-hiv-treatment-funded-by-taxpayers-and-patented-by-the-government 1. Taxpayer-funded research discovers new use for HIV drug; 2. Company w/ monopoly on drug says gov cant patent it; 3. Company makes $3B on drug/year; 4. Taxpayers get no return on investment, ~80% who need treatment dont get it Our capitalist aristocratic elites commit mass murder and treason against the people, and make billions, some black guy gets caught with a joint and goes to jail for years… “American justice” sure is a joke

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imaginedsoldier: the-tired-tenor: tankies: Me: *crying* Alexa: This seems sad, now playing Despacito Y’all need to have a greater degree of 1- healthy suspicion in Alexa and corporate surveillance devices personal assistants, and 2- understanding of how dangerous this kind of algorithm is in the hands of a multinational company (and anyone for that matter.)  To begin with, that data is both available for sale and able to be subpoenaed by the government. Alexa’s records and recordings have already been used in criminal trials. In the US, a digital record of your emotional patterns can be used to deny you housing, jobs, and to rule on your ability to exercise your basic rights. Consider that psychiatric stigma and misdiagnosis can already be wielded against you in legal disputes and the notion of a listening device capable of identifying signs of distress for the purpose of marketing to you should be made more clearly concerning.  Moreover we have already seen the use of algorithms like this on Facebook and other “self-reporting” (read: user input) sites capable of identifying the onset of a manic episode [1] [2] [3], which have been subsequently been linked to identifying vulnerable (high-spending) periods to target ads at these users, perhaps most famously in selling tickets to Vegas (identified in a TedTalk by  techno-sociological scholar Zeynep Tufekci where she more generally discusses algorithms and how they shape our online experiences to suggest and reinforce biases).  The notes on this post are super concerning- we are being marketed to under the guise of having our emotional needs attended to by the same people who inflicted that emptiness on us, and everyone is just memeing. : Kate Crawford @katecrawford Following Meanwhile, Amazon's latest patent is for Alexa to detect when people are sick, bored or unhappy. "Alexa would listen out for if users are crying and then class them as experiencing an "emotional abnormality telegraph.co.uk/technology/201 132 130 Alexa, "cough I'm hung sniffle 120 100 Would you lke a recipe for chicken soup? No, thanks 134 Ok, I can find you something else. By the way, would you like o order cough drops with 1 hour delivery? That wouki be awesome Thanks for asking! 110 No probiem. Pil email you an order confirmation. Feel better! 7:54 AM 10 Oct 2018 570 Retweets 655 Likes imaginedsoldier: the-tired-tenor: tankies: Me: *crying* Alexa: This seems sad, now playing Despacito Y’all need to have a greater degree of 1- healthy suspicion in Alexa and corporate surveillance devices personal assistants, and 2- understanding of how dangerous this kind of algorithm is in the hands of a multinational company (and anyone for that matter.)  To begin with, that data is both available for sale and able to be subpoenaed by the government. Alexa’s records and recordings have already been used in criminal trials. In the US, a digital record of your emotional patterns can be used to deny you housing, jobs, and to rule on your ability to exercise your basic rights. Consider that psychiatric stigma and misdiagnosis can already be wielded against you in legal disputes and the notion of a listening device capable of identifying signs of distress for the purpose of marketing to you should be made more clearly concerning.  Moreover we have already seen the use of algorithms like this on Facebook and other “self-reporting” (read: user input) sites capable of identifying the onset of a manic episode [1] [2] [3], which have been subsequently been linked to identifying vulnerable (high-spending) periods to target ads at these users, perhaps most famously in selling tickets to Vegas (identified in a TedTalk by  techno-sociological scholar Zeynep Tufekci where she more generally discusses algorithms and how they shape our online experiences to suggest and reinforce biases).  The notes on this post are super concerning- we are being marketed to under the guise of having our emotional needs attended to by the same people who inflicted that emptiness on us, and everyone is just memeing.

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How is a 100% non-toxic plant that grows naturally on the Earth labeled as a schedule one drug when schedule one means it has no medicinal value?🤔 - Cannabis has been used as a medicinal plant by millions of people worldwide longer then the United States has existed as a country.😂 - The hypocrisy doesn’t stop there, the US government even has a patent for cannabinoids as neuroprotectants and antioxidants. (Patent 6630507) - Cannabis has thousands of uses including fuel, fiber, food, medicine, building materials, and more. This plant is labeled dangerous because it threatens the profits of corrupt and unsustainable industries and opens people’s minds to new ideas. When Cannabis is respected, it is one of the greatest teachers and healers in the world.💯: For a hundred years they said it was the gateway drug now they wanna be the dealer How is a 100% non-toxic plant that grows naturally on the Earth labeled as a schedule one drug when schedule one means it has no medicinal value?🤔 - Cannabis has been used as a medicinal plant by millions of people worldwide longer then the United States has existed as a country.😂 - The hypocrisy doesn’t stop there, the US government even has a patent for cannabinoids as neuroprotectants and antioxidants. (Patent 6630507) - Cannabis has thousands of uses including fuel, fiber, food, medicine, building materials, and more. This plant is labeled dangerous because it threatens the profits of corrupt and unsustainable industries and opens people’s minds to new ideas. When Cannabis is respected, it is one of the greatest teachers and healers in the world.💯

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(via @facts) In 1955, as many as 20,000 children a year were being permanently paralyzed by polio. When Salk made his breaktrough discovery (which all but eradicated the disease), he treated the innovation as his gift to humanity. When asked who owns the patent he remarked, "Well the people, I would say. There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?" This decision not to keep the patent for himself meant Salk gave up the ability to make as much as $7 billion. Do you think large pharmaceutical companies have a responsibility to the world? And would you do the same? salk polio medicine science For more, follow @facts: JONAS SALKREFUSED TO PATENT HIS POLIO VACCINE SO THE WHOLE WORLD WOULD BENEFIT. HE WOULD HAVE MADE AS MUCH AS $7 BILLION FROM THAT PATENT @FACTS by guff (via @facts) In 1955, as many as 20,000 children a year were being permanently paralyzed by polio. When Salk made his breaktrough discovery (which all but eradicated the disease), he treated the innovation as his gift to humanity. When asked who owns the patent he remarked, "Well the people, I would say. There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?" This decision not to keep the patent for himself meant Salk gave up the ability to make as much as $7 billion. Do you think large pharmaceutical companies have a responsibility to the world? And would you do the same? salk polio medicine science For more, follow @facts

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