So I read everywhere that the pomodoro technique is the most productive way to work, since your attention to one thing allegedly slowly shifts after around 20 minutes.
The only exception being flow.
But is that true?
Does anyone know more about this and if it's really the one way to be most productive/efficient?
In anticipation of eating something, I usually salivate. Sometimes it sort of hurts. I get the same sensation when I eat some sour foods. The sensation feels located just behind the jawbone near the ear lobes.
I understand when searching for a website, there is a DNS lookup to find the actual address. If I'm on a page with a ton of ads, are there multiple DNS requests, one for the page and one for each ad?
How does using a DNS filter work?
The people who make umbrellas don't think rain and wind usually happen togheter?
Seems like an obvious design flaw
Wouldn't it be beneficial to any species that they can regrow teeth that they lose at any point in their lives? And also would there be a way of enabling this through science?
Insurance is meant as a protection against disasters. However when I claim insurance, my premiums will go up and I am incentivised not to claim if possible. Furthermore my claim might fail, or I might never need to claim for a long time and could have saved a lot of money.
Is insurance just a scam which preys on our psychological fears? Or is there an actual benefit to it?
Is it because of the type of salts used?
I understand the basics of upper notation that is needed to express Grahm's number, and I know that his number is the upper bound to a problem, but how did he settle on 64 ↑s rather than, say 63 or 65 ↑s?
What does the max age for dependent coverage accomplish? Is it tax-related or is there a different reasoning?
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