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Personality types: From love languages to Myers-Briggs, can you truly know yourself in a quiz? - Vox
4 Proven Secrets to Discovering Your Life's Purpose (theknowledge.io)
The Secret to Consistency Is Inconsistency - Darius Foroux
3 Things to Do If You Can’t Stop Thinking About That Thing You Said | SELF
The anti-democratic consequences of political polling - Big Think
Why you should always lie to election pollsters
Predictive power has perverse, anti-democratic consequences. So be a good citizen and lie to election pollsters.
Respect and Admiration · Collab Fund
The 5 Levels of Understanding Yourself (markmanson.net)
Birdwatching Is an Easy Way to Practice Mindfulness (vice.com)
The Efficiency Mindset - Scott H Young
The Hidden Brain Connections Between Our Hands and Tongues | Quanta Magazine
The spirit does whatever it wants with you (substack.com)
A Few Things I’m Pretty Sure About · Collab Fund
Artists have forgotten how to draw - UnHerd
Pain is at the heart of a traditional education
These 38 Reading Rules Changed My Life - RyanHoliday.net
(243) 8 Powerful Laws of Success That Changed My Life - YouTube
Are you doing what you said you wanted to do? | Seth's Blog (seths.blog)
How to Boost Productivity with a Priority Matrix - Sunsama Blog
7 Surprisingly Useful Self-Discipline Benefits - Durmonski.com
Scientists bioengineer plants to have an animal-like immune system - Big Think
Plants lack an adaptive immune system — a powerful system capable of detecting practically any foreign molecule — and instead rely on a more general immune system.
Unfortunately, pathogens can rapidly evolve new ways to avoid detection, resulting in colossal crop loss.
Using a rice plant as a model, scientists have bioengineered a hybrid molecule — by fusing components from an animal's adaptive immune system with those of a plant's innate immune system — that protects it from a pathogen.