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But even if there was substantial dissent, Young seems right about one thing: miners don't have much choice. And that's because ethereum developers have built in a so-called"difficulty bomb" – a piece of code that gradually slows down the rate that ethereum blocks are issued on its blockchain in order to convince users to move over to a new chain. So, even if miners continue to mine the old version of ethereum, they'll be economically disincentivized to keep doing so.
10/13/17
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RDataMining slides series on Introduction to Data Mining with R and Data Import/Export in R Data Exploration and Visualization with R, Regression and Classification with R, Data Clustering with R, Association Rule Mining with R, Text Mining with R: Twitter Data Analysis, and Time Series Analysis and Mining with R
09/15/17
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Reflecting drug use patterns and criminal justice policies throughout the 1990s and 2000s, prisons hold a disproportionate number of society’s drug abusers. Approximately 50% of state prisoners meet the criteria for a diagnosis of drug abuse or dependence, but only 10% receive medically based drug treatment.
10/02/17
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4/2/2018
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shin to shin: scooting back to reset when O tries to put foot inside. try rolling back sweep to double leg combo from that.
04/02/18
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X-ray spectroscopy indicated that the aluminum substitution may be responsible for the durability of the seawater concrete: the ancient material contained a rare hydrothermal mineral, aluminum tobermorite, that is absent in modern concrete formulations. The researchers determined tobermorite has higher stiffness than modern concrete binders and may serve as a model for future concrete strength and durability.
07/04/17
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Perry Gandhi Mehrling received his A.B (magna cum laude) and his Ph.D. from Harvard University and his M.Sc. from the London School of Economics. Mehrling was valedictorian of the class of 1977 at Boston Latin School. He is currently a Professor in the Economics Department at Barnard College/Columbia University[1] and the Director of Educational Programs at the Institute for New Economic Thinking,[2] a global not for profit organization dedicated to changing the way economics is currently taught. He teaches a "Economics of Money and Banking" MOOC on the Coursera website.[3]
02/17/18