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first_imgRob Rhinehart, a 24-year-old software engineer, was fed up with eating. We can sometimes relate to that feeling — food tastes pretty great and not starving to death is also a satisfying bonus, but sometimes having to eat can be downright inconvenient. Come home late one night from a long day at work, and have to wake up in a few hours to go right back to work? You can either choose between starving and getting a few hours of sleep, or eating and getting even less sleep than you were already going to get in the first place.Cooking, while it can be a hobby, is quite time-consuming, and is basically impossible if you’re on a tight schedule. Rhinehart realized it took way too long to cook an egg in the morning, and that inspired him to create a nutrient sludge so he never has to spend time cooking — or eating — again.It’s difficult to eat healthily. Generally speaking, it’s often expensive and nearly everything healthy either has unhealthy bits packed inside, or is lacking other nutrients your body needs. Fruit is a healthier alternative to candy, but fruit also contains a ton of sugar. Vegetables are fairly healthy, but they don’t help you on the protein front. You don’t need a significant amount of carbs to keep you going, but whether or not you dig the energy boost they provide, you should really only eat them before you expend enough energy that will use them. So, on top of cutting out the time it takes to prepare food, Rhinehart also focused on maximizing his sludge’s nutritional value. He calls it Soylent, but don’t worry, it doesn’t contain human.Rhinehart’s formula results in a creamy liquid that looks fairly similar to a vanilla protein shake you can pick up from any convenience store. Soylent contains everything that is part of a balanced diet for a human being, but with one third of the calories, and without whatever potentially harmful additives are stuffed into food. However, Rhinehart notes that Soylent isn’t something that can be taken too lightly, as mixing in too much or too little of a nutrient could cause you to get sick. It is your only source of nutrients after all.Like with any diet, there are drawbacks to Rhinehart’s Soylent. First and probably foremost, for most people eating food is great and giving that up may not be very enjoyable (especially when it’s time for dinner with friends). Also, Soylent doesn’t keep too long after you make it, so you have to make it every day. This can be obnoxious, but if you cook or prepare your own food every day, you’ll still be saving time considering you’re just dumping stuff into a container.Rhinehart’s idea of food is that you don’t need the food, but rather the nutrients it provides — a notion that is difficult to argue. However, if there is one constant about dieting, it’s that different bodies respond differently to diets. Your carb-free diet may work for you, but it might sap your friend of all of his energy. Your mom’s Slim-Fast regiment may help her shed unwanted pounds, but it might keep you at the exact same weight you’ve always been. Your wacky neighbor’s raw diet might seem healthy, but it might keep your stomach rumbling every hour of every day. What diets really come down to is the amount of calories a body gets in relation to the amount of calories a specific body needs for a goal (such as gaining muscle or losing weight).Now, all diets are basically a theory rather than some kind of hard-coded science. Rhinehart’s Soylent diet is what’s known as nutritionalism, the notion that a piece of food is only minerals and nutrients in the shape of something delicious, and doesn’t deliver any other sort of beneficial substance. If you look around enough, you’ll find claims that support the nutritionalism view, and claims that support food as something more than just a bundle of nutrients. It’s all a theory, though, but what it comes down to  on either side of the coin is calorie intake, and a healthy level of calorie intake is different for different bodies. Basically, you have to pay attention, keep an open mind, and find what works best for you, and make sure not to die from weird food concoctions while you’re searching.last_img

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Even though tourism is the Greek economy’s main pillar, helping the country out of the crisis, a European Parliament report carried out by the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) has just issued a warning that Greece -and especially Santorini- could suffer.Since 2011, the Cycladic island has had an overflow of visitors due to its burgeoning popularity which has led to strained infrastructure and severe overcrowding at popular sites. The phenomenon has subsequently resulted in some negative reviews on several platforms and publications, describing the “Santorini experience” as highly unpleasant and non-recommendable.Meanwhile, a large portion of visitors’ flow on Santorini remains unregulated with many arrivals being unrecorded. At the same time, the number of overnight stays on Santorini in 2017 reached 5.5 million, compared to 3.3 million in 2012.The survey, titled ‘Overtourism: Impact and Possible Policy Responses’ shows that arrivals on the island reach 18,000 a day including cruise travelers; this means there are more visitors than actual residents on the island per day.According to the date, overtourism has caused environmental issues, tourist complaints about other tourists, traffic and public transport congestion, as well as uncivilised behavior.“The lack of success of government interventions, including the poor implementation and enforcement of policies… and the failure of policies and caps to be effective in limiting the number visitors to an acceptable level,” the report continues, while TRAN pushes for the implementation of effective policies aimed at managing and regulating visitors’ flow.Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos, highlighted the issue during an interview with The Guardian last year, deciding to limit the number of cruise passengers the island can accept per day warning Santorini is at “saturation point”.“Santorini has developed the problems of a city. We have built numerous desalination plants and are in the process of erecting the biggest one in Greece, but in five years’ time I worry even that won’t be enough,” he added.last_img

first_imgLes prix Nobel de médecine 2013 ravis mais inquiets de l’avenir de la rechercheJames Rothman, Randy Schekman et Thomas Südhof, les chercheurs qui viennent de se voir décerner le prix Nobel de médecine 2013 se sont dits ravis et surpris d’être récompensés. Mais ils s’inquiètent des coupes budgétaires dont les chercheurs sont victimes aux États-Unis.Lundi, le comité Nobel a ouvert les festivités pour 2013 en annonçant les lauréats du prix Nobel de médecine. Une récompense qui a été décernée à James Rothman, professeur de biologie moléculaire à Yale, Randy Schekman, de l’Université de Californie à Berkeley et Thomas Südhof (d’origine allemande) de Stanford, en Californie. Les trois Américains ont été récompensés pour leurs travaux sur le mécanisme de transport des molécules dans les cellules. Réalisées il y a plusieurs années, ces découvertes ont permis entre autres de mieux comprendre des maladies comme le diabète ou la maladie d’Alzheimer. Ainsi, les trois scientifiques ont été ravis d’être récompensés pour leurs travaux. Contacté par téléphone, James Rothman a confié : le moment où on me l’a annoncé, “j’étais complètement choqué et surpris […] Je tenais à dire que je suis absolument ravi de partager ce prix avec Randy Schekman et Thomas Südhof. Absolument et réellement ravi”. Thomas Südhof lui s’est montré encore plus surpris à l’annonce des lauréats. “Etes-vous sérieux ? Oh mon Dieu. C’est un peu extraordinaire… Mon Dieu”, a t-il déclaré au téléphone. “C’est merveilleux, je suis extrêmement heureux, parce que je pense que c’est incroyablement juste, et vous savez, tout le monde a sa propre opinion de qui mérite quoi et certaines tendent à se surestimer mais je pense, que, c’est plus que juste”, a t-il ajouté au sujet de ces collègues récompensés avec lui. De son côté, Randy Schekman a également été ravi. Après le coup de fil qui m’a annoncé les lauréats, “j’ai dansé autour de ma femme en répétant Oh mon Dieu, oh mon Dieu”, a t-il raconté au téléphone. Le scientifique s’est manifestement ensuite empressé d’appeler son père âgé de 86 ans et ses deux enfants. Néanmoins, les trois chercheurs ont également profité de leur exposition médiatique pour évoquer un problème grandissant : les coupes budgétaires qui touchent de plus en plus le monde de la recherche aux Etats-Unis. Des recherches de plus en plus difficiles “Au cours des cinq à sept dernières années, le budget des Instituts nationaux de la santé (NIH), dont nous dépendons tous et qui ont fait de l’Amérique le grand moteur de la découverte et de l’innovation biomédicale, a diminué de façon importante” (20 % depuis 2003), ont-ils expliqué repris par l’AFP.Il est aujourd’hui “de plus en plus difficile pour les jeunes scientifique de débuter une carrière. S’ils ont la chance d’obtenir des fonds de recherche des NIH, il faut des années” pour monter un laboratoire (contre seulement un an il y a une quinzaine d’années) a souligné James Rothman. A l’heure actuelle, “je crains beaucoup que je n’aurais pas pu entreprendre mes recherches et prendre le risque qu’elles nécessitaient” et qui m’a conduit au prix Nobel, a t-il précisé.Le second lauréat, le professeur Schekman a tenu à rappeler l’importance des investissements du gouvernement fédéral et de l’État de Californie dans ses recherches. Toutefois, lui aussi déplore la réduction des fonds publics et l’explosion actuelle des coûts de scolarité qui rend l’accès aux universités plus difficile.”On ne peut pas être à la fois pour et contre la science”  À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ? De son côté, Thomas Südhof a mis l’accent sur l’aspect éthique des recherches. “La science était ancrée dans la tradition judéo-chrétienne. Nous devons mettre en avant en tant que pays que la science est la seule voie vers un avenir durable”, a t-il estimé. “On ne peut pas construire de pont, ni soigner les gens ou faire quoi que ce soit sans la science”, a ajouté le chercheur. En effet, pour le co-lauréat du Nobel de médecine, la science va parfois à l’encontre de croyances idéologiques ou religieuses, elle est alors “dénigrée ou rejetée comme étant le produit de la pensée de gauche”, a t-il regretté. Selon le scientifique, qui a précisé être agnostique, “le plus grand défi est de faire comprendre au public qu’on ne peut pas être à la fois pour et contre la science”, qui “pour la plupart des gens est compatible avec la foi”.Le 8 octobre 2013 à 18:29 • Maxime Lambertlast_img

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