2019-12-09 at 5:14 AM UTChi,
Post excellent wikipedia articles
2019-12-09 at 5:24 AM UTC
2019-12-09 at 5:43 AM UTC
2019-12-09 at 5:47 AM UTC
Originally posted by Sudo These are the ones I have open
this is a topic I find very interesting
wtf? No mention of Karl-Maria Willigut? Terrible article
2019-12-09 at 6:36 AM UTChttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junior_idol
we need more tollerance.
2020-01-18 at 4:03 AM UTC
2020-01-18 at 4:16 AM UTC
2020-01-18 at 4:22 AM UTCI could read those missing people articles for days.
2020-01-18 at 4:29 AM UTC
2020-01-18 at 5:14 AM UTC
Originally posted by netstat https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers
(i cant find anything but)i'd be really interested in reading some of the shared aspects of human rampage killing vs an animal's surplus killing
in a way they're both realistic responses to circumstances impinging on their reality, at least from their point of view
2020-01-18 at 5:15 AM UTCThread delivers.
2020-01-18 at 5:21 AM UTC
2020-01-19 at 9:32 AM UTChttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gini_coefficient
pretty neato, this basically spits out a number between 0 and 1 that defines the income inequality for a group of people of any size.
correlates to a surplus of cool data sets. like directly with crime. meaning poverty doesn't cause crime, but rather relative poverty. (eg living in estonia/kazakhstan (where everyone is low income followed by very low crime) VS living in south africa/brazil (where there are ultra rich/ultra poor followed by ultra high crime))
which may seem obvious when it's written out like that but its interesting that it's able to be mathhed out