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Our marker for success as a species comes with evolution, with millions upon millions of generations creating a life form we can define as us. The difference between us and our ancestors of eons past is with our DNA, or more specifically, the four letters that make up DNA.

AGCT


As someone with two countries I can reasonably call home, travel’s always been a part of my life. I’ve bounced from airport to airport, and I’ve been shot with jet lag. It’s the worst part of flying; for me, it takes a week at least to adjust to the conditions of the place I’m going to. Adjusting has to happen before travelling, but there’s no good solution for a progressive adjustment to the other timezone. Here’s our solution at JetNoLag.


What’s up everybody. There are a million things I’d love to do in this life, but I can’t do all of them. Any of these million things could bring something great out of me, and I’d be grateful to do any one of these things. With that, there are things I really don’t want to do in this life, regardless of what I accomplish.

Living outside my means

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No matter how much money I acquire over the next ten years, I can’t live through spending. Debt is not an option for me, in whatever form it would be in. I have to live in…


Self help is truly one of the biggest industries in the world, with a size estimate of around 12 billion dollars in the US alone. That’s around 10 million stimulus checks, 24 billion oranges, and enough individual cans of tea to fill 225 thousand Olympic sized swimming pools. The estimate isn’t fully accurate either, as one can argue for just about anything to be considered ‘self-help’. There’s no one who doesn’t want to be better, and it’s a journey to get there. Here is Robin Sharma’s thoughts on producing a great life.

1. The Garden

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Sharma uses a garden as a metaphor for…


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The first day of video classes was interesting to say the least. Before March 2020 rolled around, I’d never used my camera, and the only time I’d heard the word ‘Zoom’ was with speed. The first day everything ran weirdly. Meetings still worked, but people’s internet gave up, background noise overcame people’s voices, and random pets knocked over cameras. The one thing it wasn’t was boring. No first day is. Emotion rolls in, with hype, excitement, and anxiety all combining into one thing. …


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I lived in India from 2010 to 2013. This was an unbelievable culture shock between my time in the States, with differences in school, food, culture, and sport. One of the things that fell under the radar for me was the difference in water availability. I had to use a filter, but I could still get a bath, I could still get good food, and I could live comfortably. This wasn’t the case right outside my bubble. Clean water was drying up by the day, and life 1 mile from me could mean a complete lack of steady, flowing water…


What if I told you that we had a way to make gasoline usage of cars much, much lower? There are no tricks, no gimmicks, just some cool engineering. And the cherry on top, this technology has been used by countries since WW2! Let’s go through this, starting from the past.

A History Lesson

Fuel ran unbelievably low during the years of WW2. Fueling cars, battleships, tanks, trucks, and infantry for the war effort made the amount of fuel available to civilians miniscule compared to the pre war measures. Fuel boosters had to be used in order for civilians to move forward. Many…


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Warning! There will be crude language and heavy themes in these songs and in this article. Go at your own risk.

I’m a huge Kanye fan, and there is no way that I can even understand his genius in his songs and in his sayings. His career is unbelievably fascinating, and it’s just a joy to listen to his stories through his music. I’ve tried to combine 10 mindsets with 10 Kanye songs from different eras of his career, and tying some Navalisms from Naval Ravikant in there as well.

Doing things that make sense:

Through the Wire, The College Dropout, 2004


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If I told you to create a full genetics lab, stacked with all the necessary tools to create the cure for any disease, the cost would be in the thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars. Funding is the biggest issue in the scientific world. Every other issue stems from the need to get money: Conflicts of interest, failed studies, and lack of information all stem from the need to get money. Cheap, good, equipment is the number one concern for these labs, and it seems harder and harder to sate that concern every day. …

Aniket Majumder

I’m Aniket, and I’m interested in how we can make humans fundamentally better through better disease prevention and innovation.

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