Texas CEP

The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 provides local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools in low-income areas with an alternative approach for operating school meal programs. Instead of collecting individual applications for free and reduced-price meals, the CEP al The following table contains links to state-specific information on local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools that may be eligible to elect the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). LEAs interested in participating in CEP for one, some, or all of their schools should contact their state agency for additional guidance and procedures. the Texas Education Agency and that the income levels indicated for your family are not reported to the Texas Education Agency. Only the Economic Disadvantaged status of each student as determined by the information provided is reported to the Texas Education Agency. SECTION A Form 5511-NATCEP, Request to Take the CEP Based on Military Training as a Nurse Aide ; Form 5512-NATCEP, Request to Take the CEP Based on Completion of an RN or LVN School; Form 5513-NATCEP, Request to Take the CEP Based on Competency in Basic Nursing Skills as an RN/LVN Student Texas Board of Professional Engineers NAME: _____P.E. NUMBER: _____RENEWAL PERIOD COVERED: _____ DATE(s) ACTIVITY (Title, Location, Instructor) SPONSORING ORGANIZATION (Name and Address) Duration PDH Earned1 Carry over (Max 14 PDH)2 Ethics Related 3 Total PDH = Professional Development Hours. This is the standard unit of credit for the TBPE ... History of CEP During the 78th legislative session (2003), SB277 was passed instructing the Texas Board of Professional Engineers to develop and implement a Continuing Education Program (CEP) adding Section 1001.210 to the Occupations Code. Refer to the TBPE Law & Rules for the exact language. September 1, 2003: SB277 became effective as law. TCEP Legislative Update - September 2020. As we’ve mentioned in some of our most recent newsletters, TCEP is engaged in a new advocacy campaign to raise awareness statewide about the critical services provided by you, our members.As part of this campaign, we are launching a new initiative this month specifically for you, our member physicians, and your colleagues.

Data Visualizations, Cartography Art, etc

2020.05.09 21:55 newishtodc Data Visualizations, Cartography Art, etc

I create data visualizations for fun in my free time, most using USGS elevation data to explore different geographies in the US.
All of my work is created using R (the rayshader package for the 3d maps) or Tableau. All states are scaled differently and relative to their min and max elevations.
State 3D 2D
Alabama x
Alaska x x
Arizona x
Arkansas x
California x x
Colorado x x
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida x x
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois x x
Indiana x x
Iowa
Kansas x x
Kentucky x
Louisiana x
Maine
Massachusetts x x
Maryland x x
Michigan x x
Minnesota x
Mississippi
Missouri x x
Montana x x
Nebraska
New Hampshire x x
New Jersey
New Mexico x x
New York x x
North Carolina x x
North Dakota x
Nevada x x
Ohio x x
Oklahoma x x
Oregon x
Pennsylvania x x
Rhode Island
South Carolina x
South Dakota x
Tennessee x x
Texas x x
Utah x x
Vermont x x
Virginia x x
Washington x x
West Virginia x
Wisconsin x x
Wyoming x
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2020.01.24 18:38 Bioecoevology The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture.

Hi Ecologists, environmental Scientists & anyone whom is interested in ecology & science in general.
I’m writing with the aim to promote a research based strategy, a framework that has the potential to mitigate the sociopolitical domains within cultures that push back (some more than others) against implementing science based policies.
The problems:
Any particular person whom doesn't have sufficient knowledge to understand what is meant by the word environment ( e.g., A non Ecologist), may not* be aware that they have a cost/benefit driven ideology (e.g.,A lack of knowledge/misinformation, causing comparably high levels of confirmation bias etc). Status can also add further bias (conformity bias, etc.) within any human social environment/culture.
*(deceit being intentional, therefore isn't specifically an, unaware of, psychological bias. Though the deceit maybe motivated by prior unconscious bias).
The evolutionary strategy (a brief summary):
Therefore, it maybe of critical importance that scientists etc., (whose job description includes aspects of political lobbying, including on social media platforms) also have a level of understanding of human psychology (that is based on the foundational research of evolutionary biology).
Wiki"The book, The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture, is widely considered the foundational text of evolutionary psychology (EP)".
Anyone that has studied ecology effectively will find the Adapted Mind book an accessible read, as anyone whom studies ecology will of course studied aspects of evolution by natural selection and natural sexual selection.
Wiki "The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture is a 1992 book edited by the anthropologists Jerome H. Barkow and John Tooby and the psychologist Leda Cosmides. First published by Oxford University Press, it is widely considered the foundational text of evolutionary psychology (EP), and outlines Cosmides and Tooby's integration of concepts from evolutionary biology and cognitive psychology, as well as many other concepts that would become important in adaptationist research."
"The book also includes empirical research papers meant to introduce topics of interest in evolutionary psychology, such as mating, social and developmental psychology, and perceptual adaptations. It includes contributions from evolutionary psychologists such as Steven Pinker, David Buss, Martin Daly, and Margo Wilson."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Adapted_Mind
The book, The Adapted Mind is "an edited volume of original, commissioned papers centered on the complex, evolved psychological mechanisms that generated human behavior and culture".The book was published in order to address some of the "issues" (bias) within the human social psychological areas of research.e.g., ignoring (cultural bias) (especially evolution) biologically related research such as genetics, evolutionary biology, ecology etc.
Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer.Leda Cosmides & John Tooby https://www.cep.ucsb.edu/primer.html
Thirteen Misunderstandings About Natural Selection. https://labs.la.utexas.edu/buss/files/2018/07/13-Misunderstandings-About-Natural-Selection.pdf
Laith Al-Shawaf1,Kareem Zreik and David M. Buss. Department of Psychology, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO, USA Department of Economics, Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA.
The Adapted Mind. Introduction: Evolutionary Psychology and Conceptual Integration.Leda Cosmides, John Tooby, and Jerome H. Barkow. https://www.cep.ucsb.edu/papers/Evol_integrat.pdf
The Psychological Foundations of Culture (John Tooby & Leda Cosmides)). https://www.cep.ucsb.edu/papers/pfc92.pdf
Conceptual Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology (John Tooby & Leda Cosmides) https://www.cep.ucsb.edu/papers/bussconceptual05.pdf
“The Theory of evolution by natural selection has revolutionary implications for understanding the design of the human mind and brain, as Darwin himself was the first to recognize (Darwin, 1859)”
Darwin, C. (1859). On the origin of species. London: John Murray. https://archive.org/details/darwin-online_1859_Origin_F373/mode/2up
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2019.08.08 00:18 mattheweweller Predicting the July 2019 Topps Now Flashbacks

Hi All,
I did this last month with June's flashbacks, and I correctly predicted six of the flashbacks that came to the game. Here is the link to last month's predictions explaining the rules. Without further ado, let's get started.

July 1

464 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – Highly Improbable 465 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Highly Improbable

July 2

466 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Highly Improbable 467 Yasiel Puig, Cincinnati Reds – Highly Improbable

July 3

470 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Highly Improbable 471 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Highly Improbable 472 Dylan Cease, Chicago White Sox – Slightly Probable
473 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals –Slightly Probable 474 Sonny Gray, Cincinnati Reds – Slightly Improbable 475 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – Slightly Improbable 476 Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox – Slightly Probable 477 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers –Highly Improbable

July 4

479 Robel Garcia, Chicago Cubs – Slightly Improbable- He is currently not on the live series roster, but I could see him being added with a FS card 480 Tommy Edman, St. Louis Cardinals –Highly Probable- Why not, he's a 68 currently, would be a change of pace from the low contact/ high power cards that usually come from this collection

July 5

482 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Highly Improbable 483 Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves – Highly Improbable

July 6

484 Travis d’Arnaud, Tampa Bay Rays –See July 15 485 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Highly Improbable

July 7

486 Jorge Polanco, Minnesota Twins –Highly Improbable 487 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels –LOL 488 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres –Highly Improbable


July 12

499 Bubba Starling, Kansas City Royals – Slightly Probable 500 Danny Santana, Texas Rangers – Slightly Probable 501 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Highly Improbable 502 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – LOL

July 13

504 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins –Highly Improbable 505 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – LOL 506 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – LOL 507 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Lock- I'm not going to pretend to be a false prophet, this card has been announced by the time of this write-up. 508 Ben Gamel, Milwaukee Brewers – Highly Probable- Maybe less likely with the rest of events that day, but still, Gamel deserves a decent card. 509 Phillip Ervin, Cincinnati Reds – Highly Probable- A 6-hit game deserves a card, whether he gets one is a completely different story.

July 14

510 Maikel Franco, Philadelphia Phillies –Slightly Probable 511 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres –Highly Improbable 512 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Highly Improbable 513 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Highly Improbable 514 Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – Slightly Improbable- I really would love a diamond Soroka (Braves bias alert), but his May Topps Now Gold really dampens his chances for a card here.

July 15

515 Travis d’Arnaud, Tampa Bay Rays – Highly Probable- This card should mash 516 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Slightly Probable- Might be the first card with decent fielding 517 Miles Mikolas, St. Louis Cardinals – Slightly Probable 518 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers –LOL

July 16

520 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Highly Improbable 521 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Highly Improbable 523 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals –Slightly Improbable

July 17

524 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Highly Improbable 525 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – Highly Improbable

July 18

527 Brian Anderson, Miami Marlins – Slightly Probable- Only love Marlins can get nowadays. 528 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Highly Improbable 530 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Slightly Probable- His LS rating severely hinders his chances 532 Donovan Solano, San Francisco Giants –Slightly Probable

July 19

533 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros –Highly Improbable 535 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Highly Improbable 536 Oscar Mercado, Cleveland Indians –Highly Probable- It's about time the Indians got a Topps Now card 537 Josh Donaldson, Atlanta Braves – Highly Improbable 538 Mike Leake, Seattle Mariners – Slightly Probable- Less chance due to it falling short 539 Dan Vogelbach, Seattle Mariners – Slightly Improbable

July 20

541 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Highly Improbable 542 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Highly Improbable 544 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs –Highly Improbable 545 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox –Slightly Probable

July 21

551 Nicholas Castellanos, Detroit Tigers – Slightly Probable 552 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Highly Improbable 553 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – Slightly Probable

July 22

555 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – Highly Improbable 556 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros –Highly Improbable 557 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals –Highly Improbable

July 23

558 Robinson Cano, New York Mets – Highly Improbable 559 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Slightly Probable- A cycle should be automatic, but SDS has proven that to be wrong (see Bauers, Jake). His 87 TA really messes with his chances here. 560 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – Slightly Improbable 561 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – Slightly Improbable- This has to be the POTM card 562 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – Slightly Probable 563 Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies – Slightly Improbable 564 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees –Slightly Improbable 565 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – Slightly Improbable

July 24

567 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Highly Improbable 569 Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – Highly Probable- A mid-tier diamond would suit DeJong nicely. 571 Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks – Highly Improbable

July 25

572 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – Highly Improbable 576 Steve Wilkerson, Baltimore Orioles – Toss-up- It's highly unlikely for SDS to make a card out of position, but man, wouldn't this make the community mad. Silver closer with a knuckleball.

July 26

577 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – LOL 580 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – Highly Improbable 581 Daniel Murphy, Colorado Rockies – Highly Improbable 582 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – Highly Improbable 584 Mallex Smith, Seattle Mariners – Highly Improbable

July 27

587 Steven Matz, New York Mets –Slightly Probable 588 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – Highly Improbable
July 28
590 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Highly Improbable 591 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Highly Improbable 592 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Highly Improbable 593 Marcus Stroman, New York Mets – Slightly Probable 594 Aaron Sanchez, Toronto Blue Jays – Slightly Probable 596 Matt Thaiss, Los Angeles Angels – Highly Improbable 597 J.P. Crawford, Seattle Mariners – Slightly Probable

July 29

598 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays –Highly Probable- Let the string of Blue Jays rookies continue

July 30

601 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Highly Improbable 603 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – Highly Improbable 604 Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics – Slightly Improbable 605 Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds – Highly Improbable 606 Yasiel Puig, Cleveland Indians – Highly Improbable 607 Franmil Reyes, Cleveland Indians –Highly Improbable 608 Logan Allen, Cleveland Indians – Highly Improbable

July 31

609 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – See July 29 610 Zack Greinke, Houston Astros – Highly Improbable 611 Nicholas Castellanos, Chicago Cubs – Slightly Improbable 613 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – LOL

P.S- Sorry for it being so late, I'm in the middle of college football camp as a manager. Glad to find a window to post this
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2019.07.26 21:06 ElongatedMuskrat Starship Development Thread #4

Starship Development Thread #4

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The Starhopper is a low fidelity prototype of SpaceX's next generation space vehicle, Starship. Representing the lower third of a Starship, the hopper has relatively small propellant tanks, and one Raptor engine. Initial construction took place at SpaceX's Starship Assembly site in Boca Chica, Texas and ongoing Starhopper development and testing are taking place at their privately owned Starship Launch Pad and Starship Landing Pad just down the road. The Starhopper testing campaign began at the end of March 2019 and will be complete following the 150 meter hop in August.
Competing builds of higher fidelity "Orbital Prototypes" are currently under construction at SpaceX's Starship Assembly site in Texas and at the Coastal Steel facilities in Cocoa, Florida. These vehicles will eventually carry the testing campaign further, likely testing systems such as thermal protection and aerodynamics. Both orbital prototypes are expected to make suborbital flights, and possibly orbital flights as well. A planned, dedicated Starship launch platform at LC-39A, may serve either or both of these vehicles. Construction of a prototype Super Heavy booster is expected to begin in Florida soon. Testing of the Orbital Prototypes could begin in late summer or fall of 2019.
Starship, and its test vehicles, are powered by SpaceX's Raptor, a full flow staged combustion cycle methane/oxygen rocket engine. Sub-scale Raptor test firing began in 2016, and full-scale test firing began early 2019 at McGregor, Texas, where it is ongoing. Eventually, Starship will have three sea level Raptors and three vacuum Raptors. Super Heavy will initially use around 20 Raptors, and is expected to have 35 to 37 in the final design.
Previous Threads:

Upcoming


Updates

Starhopper and Raptor — Testing and Updates
2019-08-27 150m Hop (~180m over, ~57s) (YouTube) <LAUNCH THREAD> <MORE INFO>
2019-08-26 Hop attempt aborted during engine startup (YouTube), Likely ignitor wiring (Twitter)
2019-08-21 RCS tests (Twitter)
2019-08-14 Thermal tile test patch added (NSF)
2019-08-11 Starship Launch and Landing Pads aerial photo update (Twitter)
2019-08-09 Road closed for tanking tests (YouTube)
2019-07-28 Starhopper moved back into position (YouTube)
2019-07-25 First Untethered Hop (~18m up, ~10m over, ~25s) (YouTube) <MORE INFO>
2019-07-24 Hop attempt aborted after ignition (YouTube), 2nd attempt scrubbed <MORE INFO>
2019-07-22 Road closed for testing, RCS tests (YouTube)
2019-07-16 Static Fire, w/ slow-mo & secondary fires, uncut stream (YouTube)
2019-07-15 Preburner Test (YouTube)
2019-07-14 Raptor propellant "spin prime" tests (Article)
2019-07-12 TVC tests (YouTube)
2019-07-11 Raptor SN6 at Starhopper (Twitter), Installed (Twitter)
2019-07-06 Raptor SN6 testing well (Twitter)
2019-07-04 Raptor SN6 at McGregor (NSF)
2019-06-24 SN5 hiccup confirmed, SN6 almost complete (Twitter)
2019-06-19 Road closed for testing. Venting & flare, no Raptor (YouTube)
2019-06-01 Raptor SN4 mounted (NSF), Removed after fit checks & TVC tests (Twitter)
2019-05-28 Raptor SN4 completed hot fire acceptance testing (Article)
2019-05-23 Tanking ops ahead of next testing round (NSF)
2019-05-20 Cushions added to feet (NSF)
2019-05-15 Raptor SN4 on test stand at McGregor (Twitter), GSE tower work (NSF)
2019-05-14 Raptor update: SN4 build complete, production ramping (Twitter)
2019-05-07 Start of nitrogen RCS installation (NSF)
2019-04-27 40 second Raptor (SN3) test at McGregor (Twitter)
2019-04-08 Raptor (SN2) removed and shipped away
2019-04-05 Tethered Hop (Twitter)
2019-04-03 Static Fire Successful (YouTube), Raptor SN3 on test stand (Article)
2019-04-02 Testing April 2-3
2019-03-30 Testing March 30 & April 1 (YouTube), prevalve icing issues (Twitter)
2019-03-27 Testing March 27-28 (YouTube)
2019-03-25 Testing and dramatic venting / preburner test (YouTube)
2019-03-22 Road closed for testing
2019-03-21 Road closed for testing (Article)
2019-03-11 Raptor (SN2) has arrived at South Texas Launch Site (NSF)
2019-03-08 Hopper moved to launch pad (YouTube)
2019-02-02 First Raptor Engine at McGregor Test Stand (Twitter)
See comments for real time updates.

Orbital Prototype Mk.1 (Boca Chica) — Construction and Updates
2019-08-27 Centerpiece added to common bulkhead (Twitter)
2019-08-24 Nose cone top section moved to dedicated stand (NSF), Forward flap marks (comments)
2019-08-23 Track(s) of horizontal brackets appear (NSF)
2019-08-21 Common bulkhead lowered into propulsion section (NSF), Time lapse (YouTube)
2019-08-18 At least 2 control surface components on site, post 2, Earlier image (NSF)
2019-08-17 Nose cone top section reattachment work (NSF)
2019-08-15 Top section of nose cone removed (NSF)
2019-08-14 Thrust structure added to propulsion section (NSF)
2019-08-07 Ninth ring added to propulsion section (NSF)
2019-08-06 Forward tank bulkhead under construction (NSF)
2019-08-04 Common bulkhead inverted (NSF)
2019-07-31 Common bulkhead discovered (YouTube)
2019-07-30 Aft bulkhead installed in propulsion section (YouTube), Thrust structure appears (NSF)
2019-07-22 Eighth ring added to propulsion section (NSF)
2019-07-20 Inversion of aft bulkhead (YouTube)
2019-07-18 Aft bulkhead appears from container enclosure (NSF)
2019-07-16 Seventh ring added to propulsion section (NSF)
2019-07-05 Sixth ring added to propulsion section (YouTube)
2019-06-26 Fifth ring added to propulsion section (NSF)
2019-06-19 Fourth ring added to propulsion section (second jig), first in over a month (NSF)
2019-06-06 Ring sections under construction within container enclosure (NSF)
2019-05-20 Nose cone fitted, no canards (NSF)
2019-05-15 Propulsion section (3 rings) moved onto second jig (NSF)
2019-05-09 Lower nose section joined with 4 ring lower payload section (NSF)
2019-05-01 Second jig, concrete work complete (NSF)
2019-04-27 Lower 2 nose cone sections stacked (NSF)
2019-04-13 Upper 2 nose cone sections stacked (Facebook)
2019-04-09 Construction of second jig begun (YouTube)
2019-03-28 Third nose section assembly (NSF)
2019-03-23 Assembly of additional nose section (NSF)
2019-03-19 Ground assembly of nose section (NSF)
2019-03-17 Elon confirms Orbital Prototype (Twitter) Hex heat shield test (Twitter)
2019-03-14 Payload section reaches 4 panel height (NSF)
2019-03-07 Appearance of sections for conical aft bulkhead (NSF)
2019-03-07 Payload section moved to jig (NSF)
2019-03-01 Propulsion section begun on new pad (NSF)
2019-02-21 Construction of payload section begins near original concrete jig (NSF)
See comments for real time updates.

Orbital Prototype Mk.2 (Cocoa Florida) — Construction and Updates
2019-08-25 Track(s) of horizontal brackets appear (SpaceXLounge)
2019-08-19 Starship Assembly Site aerial video update (YouTube)
2019-08-18 Thrust structure possibly installed (Twitter), Forward tank bulkhead under construction (NSF)
2019-08-17 Nose cone top section moved to dedicated stand (YouTube)
2019-08-15 Starship Assembly Site aerial video update (Twitter)
2019-08-11 Starship Assembly Site aerial video update (YouTube)
2019-08-08 Propulsion section at 15 ring height (comments), Aug 10th image (Twitter)
2019-08-06 Common bulkhead inverted (Facebook)
2019-08-04 Common bulkhead under construction (Facebook)
2019-08-03 Propulsion section at 14 ring height (Twitter), Later aerial photo of stack (Facebook)
2019-07-29 Propulsion section at 10 ring height (Twitter)
2019-07-28 Starship Assembly Site aerial photo update (Facebook)
2019-07-21 Aft bulkhead disappeared (Facebook)
2019-07-20 Propulsion section at 8 ring height (Twitter)
2019-07-14 Aft bulkhead complete/inverted, last seen (Twitter)
2019-06-26 Aft bulkhead section under construction (SpaceX), Propulsion section at 6 ring height (NSF)
2019-06-12 Large nose section stacked (Twitter), Zoomed in video (Twitter)
2019-06-09 Large nose section assembled in building (comments)
2019-06-07 Stacking of second tapered nose section (SpaceXLounge)
2019-05-23 Stacking of lowest tapered nose section (YouTube)
2019-05-20 Payload section at 5 ring height, aerial video of work area (YouTube)
2019-05-16 Jig 2.0 with propulsion section, many rings awaiting assembly (YouTube)
2019-05-14 Discovered by Zpoxy (payload section) (NSF), more pieces (YouTube), Confirmmed (Twitter)
See comments for real time updates.

Super Heavy Prototype (Cocoa Florida) — Construction and Updates
2019-08-27 19 rings visible (YouTube), no stacking yet
2019-08-24 18 rings visible (YouTube)
2019-08-21 17 rings visible (YouTube)
2019-08-19 15 rings visible (YouTube)
2019-08-17 14 rings visible (YouTube)
2019-08-15 10 rings visible (Twitter)
2019-08-11 8 rings visible, possibly for Super Heavy (YouTube)
See comments for real time updates.

Raptors

SN Notable For Flights Flight Time (Approx.) Status
1 First full scale hot fire / 268.9 bar Test / Tested to failure - - Retired
2 First on Starhopper / Preburner tests / Static fire / Tethered hop - - Retired
3 40 second test fire - - Retired
4 Delivered to hopper / Hopper fit checks & TVC tests - - Retired
5 Liberation of oxygen stator - - Retired
6 Vibration fix / 20, 10, 50, 65, 85 second stand tests / 20 meter Starhopper hop / 150 meter starhopper hop 2 0:01:22 On Starhopper
7 Possibly not a flight article - - Test Stand
8-13 Earmarked for Mk.1 and Mk.2 - - Production

Quick Hopper Facts

(Not relevant to later vehicles.)

Permits and Planning Documents

Resources

Rules

We may keep this self-post occasionally updated with links and relevant news articles, but for the most part, we expect the community to supply the information. This is a great place to discuss the launch, ask mission-specific questions, and track the progress of the test Campaign. Campaign threads are not launch threads. Normal subreddit rules still apply.
Thanks to u/strawwalker for helping us updating this thread!
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2019.06.27 07:36 ElongatedMuskrat Starship Development Thread #3

Starship Development Thread #3

JUMP TO COMMENTS SPADRE WEBCAM LABPADRE WEBCAM
The Starhopper is a low fidelity prototype of SpaceX's next generation space vehicle, Starship. Representing the lower third of a Starship, the hopper has relatively small propellant tanks, and mounts for up to three engines. Initial construction took place at SpaceX's Starship Assembly site in Boca Chica, Texas and ongoing Starhopper development and testing are taking place at their privately owned Starship Launch Pad and Starship Landing Pad just down the road. The testing campaign, which began at the end of March 2019, could last many months and involve many separate engine and flight tests before this first test vehicle is retired.
Competing builds of higher fidelity "Orbital Prototypes" are currently under construction at SpaceX's Starship Assembly site in Texas and at the Coastal Steel facilities in Cocoa, Florida. These vehicles will eventually carry the testing campaign further, likely testing systems such as thermal protection and aerodynamics. Much about the Orbital Prototype testing program is unknown, such as what types of testing and flight profiles they will perform, and how closely they will represent the final Starship design. Both orbital prototypes are expected to make suborbital flights, the Cocoa prototype from a dedicated Starship launch platform at LC-39A.
Starship, and its test vehicles, are powered by SpaceX's Raptor, a full flow staged combustion cycle methane/oxygen rocket engine. Sub-scale Raptor test firing began in 2016, and full-scale test firing began early 2019 at McGregor, Texas, where it is ongoing. Eventually, Starship will have three sea level Raptors and three vacuum Raptors. Super Heavy (not yet under construction) will initially use around 20 Raptors, and is expected to have 35 to 37 in the final design.
Previous Threads:

Upcoming

  • HWY4/Boca Chica Beach Closures:
    • Testing Opportunity, Press Release (on Facebook)
      • 2019-07-29, 2PM - 11PM CDT (19:00 - 04:00 UTC) — Primary
      • 2019-07-30, 2PM - 11PM CDT (19:00 - 04:00 UTC) — Alternate/Continuation
  • TBD — Starship Presentation by Elon (after hover)
  • NET August — 200 meter hop

Updates

Starhopper and Raptor — Testing and Updates
2019-07-25 First Untethered Hop (20 m up and over) <MORE INFO>
2019-07-24 Hop attempt aborted after ignition (YouTube), 2nd attempt scrubbed <MORE INFO>
2019-07-22 Road closed for testing, RCS tests (YouTube)
2019-07-16 Static Fire, w/ slow-mo & secondary fires, uncut stream (YouTube)
2019-07-15 Preburner Test (YouTube)
2019-07-14 Raptor propellant "spin prime" tests (Article)
2019-07-12 TVC tests (YouTube)
2019-07-11 Raptor SN6 at Starhopper (Twitter), Installed (Twitter)
2019-07-06 Raptor SN6 testing well (Twitter)
2019-07-04 Raptor SN6 at McGregor (NSF)
2019-06-24 SN5 hiccup confirmed, SN6 almost complete (Twitter)
2019-06-19 Road closed for testing. Venting & flare, no Raptor (YouTube)
2019-06-01 Raptor SN4 mounted (NSF), Removed after fit checks & TVC tests (Twitter)
2019-05-28 Raptor SN4 completed hot fire acceptance testing (Article)
2019-05-23 Tanking ops ahead of next testing round (NSF)
2019-05-20 Cushions added to feet (NSF)
2019-05-15 Raptor SN4 on test stand at McGregor (Twitter), GSE tower work (NSF)
2019-05-14 Raptor update: SN4 build complete, production ramping (Twitter)
2019-05-07 Start of nitrogen RCS installation (NSF)
2019-04-27 40 second Raptor (SN3) test at McGregor (Twitter)
2019-04-08 Raptor (SN2) removed and shipped away
2019-04-05 Tethered Hop (Twitter)
2019-04-03 Static Fire Successful (YouTube), Raptor SN3 on test stand (Article)
2019-04-02 Testing April 2-3
2019-03-30 Testing March 30 & April 1 (YouTube), prevalve icing issues (Twitter)
2019-03-27 Testing March 27-28 (YouTube)
2019-03-25 Testing and dramatic venting / preburner test (YouTube)
2019-03-22 Road closed for testing
2019-03-21 Road closed for testing (Article)
2019-03-11 Raptor (SN2) has arrived at South Texas Launch Site (NSF)
2019-03-08 Hopper moved to launch pad (YouTube)
2019-02-02 First Raptor Engine at McGregor Test Stand (Twitter)
See comments for real time updates.

Boca Chica Orbital Prototype (Mk.1) — Construction and Updates
2019-07-22 Eighth ring added to lower cylinder (NSF)
2019-07-20 Inversion of bulkhead (YouTube)
2019-07-18 Bulkhead section appears from container enclosure (NSF)
2019-07-16 Seventh ring added to lower cylinder (NSF)
2019-07-05 Sixth ring added to lower cylinder (YouTube)
2019-06-26 Fifth ring added to lower cylinder (NSF)
2019-06-19 Fourth ring added to lower cylinder (second jig), first in over a month (NSF)
2019-06-06 Ring sections under construction within container enclosure (NSF)
2019-05-20 Nose cone fitted, no canards (NSF)
2019-05-15 Second cylinder section moved onto second jig (NSF)
2019-05-09 Lower nose section added to main cylinder section (NSF)
2019-05-01 Second jig, concrete work complete (NSF)
2019-04-27 Lower 2 nose cone sections stacked (NSF)
2019-04-13 Upper 2 nose cone sections stacked (Facebook)
2019-04-09 Construction of second jig begun (YouTube)
2019-03-28 Third nose section assembly (NSF)
2019-03-23 Assembly of additional nose section (NSF)
2019-03-19 Ground assembly of nose section (NSF)
2019-03-17 Elon confirms Orbital Prototype (Twitter) Hex heat shield test (Twitter)
2019-03-14 First section reaches 4 panel height (NSF)
2019-03-07 Appearance of tapered sections, possible conical bulkhead (NSF)
2019-03-07 First section moved to jig (NSF)
2019-03-01 Second section begun on new pad (NSF)
2019-02-21 Construction begins near original concrete jig (NSF)
See comments for real time updates.

Cocoa Florida Orbital Prototype (Mk.2) — Construction and Updates
2019-07-20 Lower cylinder at 8 ring height (Twitter)
2019-06-26 Bulkhead section under construction (SpaceX), Lower cylinder at 6 ring height (NSF)
2019-06-12 Large nose section stacked (Twitter), Zoomed in video (Twitter)
2019-06-09 Large nose section assembled in building (comments)
2019-06-07 Stacking of second tapered nose section (SpaceXLounge)
2019-05-23 Stacking of lowest tapered nose section (YouTube)
2019-05-20 Further ring stacking, aerial video of ring shaping setup (YouTube)
2019-05-16 Jig 2.0, many sections awaiting assembly (YouTube)
2019-05-14 Elon confirms second prototype construction (Twitter)
2019-05-14 Second prototype discovered by Zpoxy on NSF (NSF), more pieces (YouTube)
See comments for real time updates.

Regulatory Documents

(Most links are to PDFs)
Filing Description Effective Period Additional Links Status
FAA: EIS Environmental Impact Statement. Original EIS evaluating impact of Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy launches, along with smaller test vehicles. 2014-07 EIS Resource Page, Appendices, Record of Descision Approved
FCC: 0931-EX-CN-2018 Experimental License. 2 way vehicle communications for hops up to 16400 ft (5 km). 500 m tests three times a week, 5 km tests once a week. 2019-02-26 to 2021-03-01 Form 442, Public Notes, Description Granted
FCC:0130-EX-CM-2019 Experimental License. Modification to 0931-EX-CN-2018, adds transmitter at launch site N/A Form 442, Public Notes Pending
FAA: EP 19-012 Experimental Permit. Authorizes unlimited hops up to 25 m with a 2270 m radius safety zone. 2019-06-21 to 2020-06-20 Granted

Raptors

SN Notable For Status
1 First full scale hot fire / 268.9 bar Test / Tested to failure Retired
2 First on Starhopper / Preburner tests / Static fire / Tethered hop Retired
3 40 second test fire Retired
4 Delivered to hopper / Hopper fit checks & TVC tests Retired
5 Liberation of oxygen stator Retired
6 Vibration fix / 20, 10, 50, 65, 85 second stand tests On Starhopper

Quick Hopper Facts

(Not relevant to later vehicles.)

Resources

Rules

We may keep this self-post occasionally updated with links and relevant news articles, but for the most part, we expect the community to supply the information. This is a great place to discuss the launch, ask mission-specific questions, and track the progress of the test Campaign. Campaign threads are not launch threads. Normal subreddit rules still apply.
Thanks to u/strawwalker for helping us updating this thread!
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2018.08.16 20:32 ethosIQ Collection.Aggregation.Correlation.Reporting: Simplified & Defined

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2018.02.26 03:58 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: Economics top posts from 2018-01-26 to 2018-02-25 03:23 PDT

Period: 29.52 days
Submissions Comments
Total 463 9225
Rate (per day) 15.68 303.52
Unique Redditors 135 2320
Combined Score 44464 65045

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7856 points, 7 submissions: lingben
    1. Congress is spending as if we’re in a recession instead of saving up to fight the next one (4558 points, 368 comments)
    2. The math in Trump’s infrastructure plan is off by 98 percent, UPenn economists say (3192 points, 145 comments)
    3. An Open Letter to Jerome Powell from former governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King (36 points, 3 comments)
    4. Does Monopoly Power Explain Workers’ Stagnant Wages? (34 points, 72 comments)
    5. China’s 2015 GDP Was Exaggerated By Fake Data, Analysis Shows (32 points, 5 comments)
    6. Which Central Bank Is the Most Accurate Forecaster? (2 points, 1 comment)
    7. Why Has the Stock Market Risen So Much Since the US Presidential Election? (2 points, 4 comments)
  2. 3959 points, 8 submissions: kludgeocracy
    1. The dramatic impact on earnings for women and men who have children (2945 points, 470 comments)
    2. Boom Turns to Bust for Millennials Across Advanced Economies (780 points, 125 comments)
    3. The effects of 137 minimum wage hikes, in one chart (66 points, 34 comments)
    4. Economists cannot avoid making value judgments (65 points, 90 comments)
    5. Income inequality and aggregate demand in the United States (53 points, 14 comments)
    6. The global top 1 percent earned twice as much as the bottom 50 percent in recent years (48 points, 51 comments)
    7. Men and women in economics have different opinions (2 points, 8 comments)
    8. Economic View: Why Women’s Voices Are Scarce in Economics (0 points, 11 comments)
  3. 3155 points, 8 submissions: speckz
    1. Amazon HQ2 finalists should refuse tax breaks, say nearly 100 economists, professors (2199 points, 473 comments)
    2. Facebook’s next project: American inequality - A Stanford economist is using the company's vast store of personal data to study why so many in the U.S. are stuck in place economically. (869 points, 137 comments)
    3. Tech salaries in Austin, Texas are effectively $66,000 higher than in NYC thanks to the cost of living (42 points, 27 comments)
    4. We can't take on any more debt – so what else will drive the economy? (23 points, 22 comments)
    5. U.S. Student Loan Debt Statistics for 2018 (8 points, 0 comments)
    6. If farmers paid for childcare, would it bring workers back to the fields? (5 points, 2 comments)
    7. The Rise of Tech Giants May Be Bad News for the Economy (5 points, 0 comments)
    8. Billionaires Made So Much Money Last Year They Could End Extreme Poverty Seven Times (4 points, 29 comments)
  4. 2343 points, 87 submissions: mberre
    1. U.S. washer tariffs put Samsung, LG supply chains through the wringer (574 points, 147 comments)
    2. Kiwis consider foreign house buyer ban (486 points, 175 comments)
    3. Economists Are Confident The Fed Will Keep Control Of Inflation (267 points, 228 comments)
    4. Japan plans to raise pension age beyond 70 (146 points, 37 comments)
    5. Why The Federal Workforce Morale Is At An All-Time Low (117 points, 24 comments)
    6. Share economy: Nearly four-in-ten Germans use online services (105 points, 1 comment)
    7. In California, Stockton Experiments With Guaranteed Basic Income : NPR (88 points, 45 comments)
    8. UK economic growth revised downwards (69 points, 2 comments)
    9. Venezuela starts pre-sale of Petro cryptocurrency (57 points, 56 comments)
    10. Brexit prompts Euroclear to open settlement unit in Ireland (56 points, 4 comments)
  5. 2207 points, 5 submissions: KareIIen
    1. Why Men Are the New Minority in College: Males are enrolling in higher education at alarmingly low rates, and some colleges are working hard to reverse the trend (1659 points, 188 comments)
    2. We Must Cancel Everyone’s Student Debt, for the Economy’s Sake (541 points, 351 comments)
    3. Shelling out: The origins of money (pdf) (7 points, 0 comments)
    4. Stocks Hate Inflation–Here's Why (0 points, 3 comments)
    5. Why Equality Matters More Than Income (0 points, 1 comment)
  6. 1603 points, 1 submission: wordboyhere
    1. What students know that experts don't: School is all about signaling, not skill-building (1603 points, 345 comments)
  7. 1583 points, 3 submissions: mjk1093
    1. Insider trading has been rife on Wall Street, academics conclude (1562 points, 99 comments)
    2. Financial markets abhor an equilibrium: Both the stockmarket and economic cycles seem to have lengthened. They are tied together by credit (18 points, 2 comments)
    3. A former Fed insider explains the internal debate over QE3 (3 points, 0 comments)
  8. 1291 points, 1 submission: ZmeiOtPirin
    1. For most workers, real wages have barely budged for decades (1291 points, 385 comments)
  9. 1199 points, 1 submission: DoremusJessup
    1. America May Finally Be Ready To Fix Its Infrastructure. Too Bad The Timing Stinks. (1199 points, 185 comments)
  10. 1186 points, 2 submissions: skr0nk
    1. Stop obsessing about GDP growth—GDP per capita is far more important (1175 points, 219 comments)
    2. An ambitious project to measure the wealth of nations shows how GDP is a deceptive gauge of progress (11 points, 7 comments)
  11. 1106 points, 3 submissions: cliffhanger1983
    1. Nobel Prize-winning Economist Robert Shiller, The stock market today is similar to the market in 1928 (975 points, 371 comments)
    2. Former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan Sees Bubbles in Stocks and Bonds (127 points, 42 comments)
    3. Top Economist: America: the future looks broke (4 points, 5 comments)
  12. 1037 points, 1 submission: PriceTagAnalysis
    1. Personal savings rate hits 2.4%, lowest since 2005 (1037 points, 229 comments)
  13. 973 points, 2 submissions: Singlemalt_28
    1. Consumer prices jump much more than forecast, sparking inflation fears (953 points, 277 comments)
    2. Fed sees economy past full employment but with only 'moderate' wage gains (20 points, 4 comments)
  14. 929 points, 6 submissions: iknowitsboringreadit
    1. Unfulfilled promises: Amazon fulfillment centers do not generate broad-based employment growth (865 points, 90 comments)
    2. Low-Income Mandatory Programs Not to Blame for Long-Term Deficit Problem (27 points, 3 comments)
    3. Joseph Stiglitz Gathered 12 Economists To Discuss Globalization. Here Is The Consensus In Eight Principles. (17 points, 16 comments)
    4. The 2019 Trump Budget: Hurts Struggling Families, Shortchanges National Needs (10 points, 1 comment)
    5. Life After TANF in Kansas: For Most, Unsteady Work and Earnings Below Half the Poverty Line (7 points, 10 comments)
    6. Rapid money supply growth does not cause inflation. (3 points, 15 comments)
  15. 886 points, 1 submission: MarineKingPrime_
    1. German gov't posts surplus of €36.6 billion ($44.9 billion) — highest since 1990 (886 points, 217 comments)
  16. 851 points, 1 submission: Dogenot
    1. Occupational licensing blunts competition and boosts inequality / The Economist (851 points, 218 comments)
  17. 836 points, 1 submission: Johnny_W94
    1. U.S. Added 200,000 Jobs in January; Unemployment at 4.1% (836 points, 452 comments)
  18. 694 points, 1 submission: reddmn
    1. Yellen's last major action in charge of the Fed: Force Wells Fargo to replace board members and limit its asset growth (694 points, 60 comments)
  19. 692 points, 1 submission: wfpoulet
    1. Rent Control Needs Retirement, Not a Comeback (692 points, 297 comments)
  20. 689 points, 6 submissions: data2dave
    1. Kaldor and Piketty's Facts: The Rise of Monopoly Power in the United States (523 points, 48 comments)
    2. Why Is Pay Lagging? Maybe Too Many Mergers in the Heartland (135 points, 43 comments)
    3. These charts reveal the 'potentially apocalyptic' state of the US budget deficit (18 points, 4 comments)
    4. The heightened danger of the next recession - MarketWatch (6 points, 2 comments)
    5. A recent study estimated idle time costs companies $100 billion a year. (5 points, 10 comments)
    6. 1950s prosperity or 1970s crash? Two ways a US interest rate rise could go (2 points, 2 comments)
  21. 631 points, 32 submissions: ocamlmycaml
    1. Economics and the human instinct for storytelling (268 points, 22 comments)
    2. The market power of ‘superstar’ companies is growing (62 points, 7 comments)
    3. How Economic Insecurity Affects Worker Innovation (46 points, 7 comments)
    4. STEM Degrees Are Good for Careers. But Do They Lead to More Innovation? (46 points, 16 comments)
    5. Why hasn’t technology sped up productivity? (38 points, 23 comments)
    6. The “Quiet Life” Hypothesis Is Real: Managers Will Put Off Hard Decisions If They Can (26 points, 4 comments)
    7. How a Robot Tax Could Reduce Income Inequality (15 points, 8 comments)
    8. This Harvard economist revolutionized our understanding of why women earn less than men (13 points, 23 comments)
    9. Why Millennials Are Moving the Needle on the Real Estate Market - [email protected] (13 points, 4 comments)
    10. Will People Price Shop for Healthcare? (13 points, 20 comments)
  22. 573 points, 1 submission: frozenmelonball
    1. Going to university is more important than ever for young people (573 points, 181 comments)
  23. 502 points, 1 submission: nofapffm
    1. 50 Percent for 5 Percent: A Look at Germany's Extremely Unequal Wealth Distribution - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International (502 points, 303 comments)
  24. 469 points, 2 submissions: xc89
    1. Household debt sees quiet boom across the world: A decade after the crisis, a number of economies face a familiar problem-but regulators are better prepared (448 points, 27 comments)
    2. South-to-South investment is rising sharply (21 points, 3 comments)
  25. 463 points, 1 submission: ToughAsGrapes
    1. Trade with the US made Mexico more obese (463 points, 117 comments)
  26. 450 points, 1 submission: queuetipcuatro
    1. Cutback in H-1B Visas Did Not Raise Employment for Natives - December 2017 NBER Digest (450 points, 138 comments)
  27. 438 points, 2 submissions: besttrousers
    1. The Stock Market Is Worried About Inflation. Should It Be? (436 points, 209 comments)
    2. The Era of Fiscal Austerity Is Over. Here’s What Big Deficits Mean for the Economy. (2 points, 6 comments)
  28. 407 points, 4 submissions: lughnasadh
    1. Labor 2030: The Collision of Demographics, Automation and Inequality (352 points, 86 comments)
    2. Small cities face greater impact from automation (41 points, 3 comments)
    3. Tax Incentive Puts More Robots on Factory Floors - Recent changes in the tax code are encouraging many U.S. manufacturers to install robots and replace aging machines (10 points, 4 comments)
    4. The macroeconomic performance paradox: A new model (4 points, 1 comment)
  29. 397 points, 5 submissions: lowskilled_immigrant
    1. How Skyscrapers Can Save the City: Besides making cities more affordable and architecturally interesting, tall buildings are greener than sprawl, and they foster social capital and creativity (319 points, 71 comments)
    2. Emergency rooms are monopolies. Patients pay the price. (57 points, 5 comments)
    3. A Better Alternative to For-Profit College (8 points, 1 comment)
    4. Assessing the ROI of a College Education (7 points, 23 comments)
    5. Name that Index! Land, Labor, or Capital? (6 points, 0 comments)
  30. 356 points, 3 submissions: Bemuzed
    1. Despite bad day for the Dow, Yellen sees long-term growth as she leaves the Federal Reserve (338 points, 25 comments)
    2. With rates still low, Fed officials fret over next U.S. recession (16 points, 9 comments)
    3. Where would you prefer your balance sheet: Banks, or the Federal Reserve? (2 points, 0 comments)
  31. 335 points, 3 submissions: Splenda
    1. IMF Warns Trump's Tax Overhaul Could Fuel a Global ‘Race to the Bottom’ (329 points, 113 comments)
    2. Kicking our carbon dioxide habit requires carrot, stick -- and some justice (6 points, 0 comments)
    3. New Study Finds Cutting Oil Subsidies Will Not Stop Climate Change (0 points, 6 comments)
  32. 328 points, 3 submissions: RepresentativeAgent
    1. Why Economists Are Worried About International Trade By N. Gregory Mankiw (152 points, 161 comments)
    2. Population ageing and the macroeconomy (121 points, 30 comments)
    3. Tim Harford — Why Microsoft Office is a bigger productivity drain than Candy Crush Saga (55 points, 34 comments)
  33. 303 points, 52 submissions: Central_Bank_Bot
    1. LSE: The Effect of Minimum Wages on Low-Wage Jobs: Evidence from the United States Using a Bunching Estimator (PDF) (86 points, 41 comments)
    2. Bank of Canada: What Drives Interbank Loans? Evidence from Canada(PDF) (28 points, 1 comment)
    3. Fed: On the Economics of Digital Currencies (28 points, 17 comments)
    4. The Impact of Big Data on Firm Performance: An Empirical Investigation -- by Patrick Bajari, Victor Chernozhukov, Ali Hortacsu, Junichi Suzuki (PDF) (14 points, 0 comments)
    5. ECB: Credit shocks and the European labour market (PDF) (13 points, 0 comments)
    6. Bank of Canada: Adverse Selection with Heterogeneously Informed Agents (PDF) (12 points, 1 comment)
    7. LSE: Teacher Turnover: Does it Matter for Pupil Achievement? (PDF) (12 points, 0 comments)
    8. Fed: Seven Fallacies Concerning Milton Friedman's "The Role of Monetary Policy" (8 points, 4 comments)
    9. Bank of Canada: Home Equity Extraction and the Boom-Bust Cycle in Consumption and Residential Investment (PDF) (7 points, 0 comments)
    10. Fed: Measuring Geopolitical Risk (7 points, 0 comments)
  34. 301 points, 22 submissions: geerussell
    1. The effect of human capital on earnings: Evidence from a reform at Colombia's top university (54 points, 17 comments)
    2. The Macroeconomic Effects of Student Debt Cancellation (44 points, 45 comments)
    3. Marcus Noland explains the North Korean economy (41 points, 4 comments)
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2017.08.02 02:10 PicksOut4Harambe Comprehensive "Best of" Food List by Category made for /r/Houston by /r/Houston

Hello All!
I have spent quite a bit of time sifting through all food related posts, in hopes of compiling a complete list of the Best Places to eat in each category according to /Houston. My hopes is that we can tune this list and it will serve as a central list or point of reference for people asking food related questions.
A couple of items related to the list: The restaurants in Bold have received overwhelming positive reaction among the users in this sub. The items with a Strikethrough are items that merited inclusion on the list, but had controversial opinions. These are places that received numerous positive reception from multiple users, but also some dissenting opinions, which range from "overrated and overpriced to a recent decline in quality". I have included the category, restaurant and location for each of the selections. Please realize this was a lot of data to sift through and lookup, and some of these neighborhoods may be slightly off. Please correct me so I can get it as accurate as possible. Also this is a pretty large list, so use of the search functionality will be helpful. Search the type of food you are looking for and go from there.
Lastly, I will be trying to cover as many of these places on my list as possible, and provide some impressions and thoughts on www.instagram.com/houstonhungerhype
EDIT 09/19: I have turned my list into a more convenient Google Map. Feel free to check it out here!
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1A3dbbyXWOuARoEeNMjAU_IJH-0g&hl=en&ll=29.87165156892168%2C-95.35603225&z=8
Now enough talk, onto the list!
Vietnamese:
Saigon Pagolac [Chinatown]
Nam Giao [Chinatown]
Thien An Sandwich [Midtown, NW Hou]
Hyunh [East Side] [Pho]
Le Viet [Briarforest]
Pho Binh Trailer [Original in Southbelt/Ellington]
Pho VN 21 [Gulfton]
Kim Son [Chinatown, East Side]
Pho Saigon [Many Locs]
Roostar [Spring Branch, Galleria] [Banh Mi]
Hughie’s [Heights] [Banh Mi]
Les Givral’s [Midtown] [Banh Mi]
Cuu Long Quan [South Hou] [Pho]
Vietnam Coast [Woodlake] [Pho]
Pho Town [NW Hou] [Phorrito]
Tau Bay [Sharpstown, Chinatown] [Pho]
Tan Tan [Woodlake, Chinatown]
Pho Dien [Chinatown] [Pho]
Don Sandwich and Café [Chinatown, Stafford] [Banh Mi]
Cali Sandwich [Midtown] [Banh Mi]
Café TH [East Side] [Banh Mi]
Quan Yin [Chinatown] [Veggie]
Kim Chau [Spring Branch, Chinatown]
Bun Bo Hue Duc Chong 1 [Chinatown]
Bun Bo Hue Duc Chong 2 [NW Hou]
Alpha Bakery [Chinatown] [Banh Mi]
Nguyen Ngo [Chinatown] [Banh Mi]
Nguyen Ngoc [NW Hou] [Banh Mi]
Thim Hing [Chinatown] [Banh Mi]
Thinh Thanh [Chinatown] [Banh Cuon]
Nobi [Webster, Friendswood]
Pho Huy [Spring Branch]

BBQ:
Truth BBQ [Brenham]
Killen’s [Pearland]
Gatlin’s [Garden Oaks]
Corkskrew [Spring]
Roegel’s [Woodlake]
The Pit Room [Montrose]
Jackson Street BBQ [DT]
Ray’s Real Pit [Third Ward] [East Texas Style]
Brisket House [Tanglewood, NW Hou, Deer Park]
Papa Charlie’s [East Side]
Pinkertons [Heights]
Bookity Bookity Boudin Man [All over the place. If you find the man please notify the sub immediately.]
Fainmous BBQ [Meyerland]
Southern Q [Cypress Station]
Virgie’s [NW Hou]
Triple J [NE Hou]
Tejas Chocolate Craftory [Tomball]

Chicken Fried Steak:
Mel’s Country Café [Tomball]
Hickory Hollow [Washington]
Kelley’s Country Cooking [Many Locs]
Goodson’s [Tomball]
Barbecue Inn [Garden Oaks]
Dot Coffee Shop [Gulfgate]
Lankford Grocer [Midtown]
Mia’s Table [Upper Kirby]

Japanese:
Nippon [Montrose]
Teppay [Woodlake]
Kata Robata [Upper Kirby]
Yokushi Robata [Upper Kirby]
Izakaya-Wa [Memorial]
Ginza [Woodlake]

Ramen:
Jinya [Midtown]
Tiger Den [Chinatown]
Ninja Ramen [Washington]
Samaurai Noodles [Upper Kirby]
Ramen Bar Ichi [Briarforest]

Sushi:
Nippon [Montrose]
Kata Robata [Upper Kirby]
Teppay [Woodlake]
Sushi Miyagi [Chinatown]
Kubo’s [Chinatown]
Tokyo Bowl [Clear Lake]
Uchi [Montrose]
Sushi Jin [Memorial]
Masa [Clear Lake, Friendswood]
Oishii [Greenway Plaza]
Osaka [Montrose, Tanglewood]
Hokkaido [Chinatown]
MF Sushi [Museum District]
Izakaya-Wa [Memorial]
Japaneiros [Sugar Land]
Aka [Upper Kirby]
Koto [Westchase]

Steakhouses:
use www.houstonsteaknight.com
Eddie V’s [Memorial, Upper Kirby]
Perry’s [Many Locs]
Pappa’s Steakhouse [DT, Galleria]
B&B Butchers [Washington]

Burgers:
Bernie’s Burger Bus [Bellaire, Heights, Katy]
Hubcap Grill [Heights, DT, Kemah]
Bubba’s Burger Shack [Gulfton]
Lankford Grocer [Midtown]
Bellaire Broiler Burger [Bellaire]
Joy Love Burgers [Katy]
The Shack Burger Resort [Cypress]
Sam's Deli Diner [Memorial]
Sam's Burgers Fries and Pies [Memorial]
Southwell’s [Many Locs]
Burger Tex [Many Locs]
Stanton’s City Bites [Heights]
M&M Grill [Med Center]
Sparkles Burger [East Side]
Flip N’ Patties Food Truck
Tornado Burger [Stafford]
Tookie’s [Seabrook]
Mytiburger [Garden Oaks, Spring Branch]
Petrol Station [Garden Oaks]
Christian’s Tailgate [Midtown, DT, Heights,Katy]
Pappa’s BBQ [Many Locs]
Champ Burger [East Side]
Hay Merchant [Montrose]
Someburger [Heights]
Cream Burger [3rd Ward]
Rainbow Lodge [Heights]

Mexican:
Tex Mex:
Ruchi’s [Galleria]
Tony's Mexican Restaurant [Katy]
Original Ninfa’s [East Side]
Lopez [SW Hou]
Teotihuacan [Many Locs]
El Tiempo [Many Locs]
El Patio [Galleria]
La Mexicana [Montrose]
Tia Maria’s [Spring Branch]
Taqueria Del Sol [South Hou]
Tacos Del Julio [Many Locs]
Dona Maria [East Side]
Los Tios [Many Locs]
Mex Mex:
Pico’s [Upper Kirby] [Upscale]
Cuchara [Montrose] [Upscale]
Hugo’s [Upper Kirby] [Upscale]
El Norteno [Greater Inwood]
Luna y Sol [Midtown]
Spanish Flowers [Heights, Pasadena]

Breakfast:
La Guadelupana [Montrose] [Bakery]
Villa Arcos [East Side]
100% Taquito [Upper Kirby]
Cue’s Burgers & More [Meyerland]
Sunrise Taquitos [Rice Military]
Taco Palenque [Gulfgate]
La Mexicana [Montrose]
Teotihuacan [Many Locs]
Chapultapec Lupita [Montrose]
Titas Tacos [Humble]
Brothers Tacos [East Side]
Mi Sombrero [Garden Oaks]
Laredo Taqueria [Washington, Northline]

Tacos:
Tita’s Taco House [Humble]
Tacos Tierra Caliente [Montrose]
Taconazo [Near Northside, Spring Branch, Northline]
Taco Keto [East Side]
Tacos La Bala [Many Locs]
Laredo Taqueria [Washington, Northline]
Brothers Taco House [East Side]
Taqueria Aguascalientes [South Hou]
Tacos TEC [South Hou]
Loz Lokoz Tacos [NW Hou]
El Ultimo [Spring Branch]
Alamo Tamales & Taco [East Side, Northline]
Taconmadre [NE Hou, South Hou, Hobby Airport Area]
La Macro [Near Northside]
Taqueria Barba [Washington]

Pizza:
Luna Pizzeria [Washington, Montrose]
Frank’s [DT]
Brother’s [Garden Oaks]
Grimaldi’s [Many Locs]
Luigi’s [Midtown]
Luigi’s Italian [Formerly Ponzo’s] [Midtown]
Romano’s [River Oaks]
Antonio’s Flying Pizza [Woodlake]
Piola [Midtown] [European Style]
Kennally’s [Montrose] [Thin Crust]
Bombay [DT] [Indian Fusion]
D’Marcos [Sugar Land]
Dan’s [Webster]
Love Buzz [Midtown]
Pi Pizza [Washington]
Collina’s [Heights]

Chicago Deep Dish:
Chicago Italian Beef & Pizza [Heights]
Dan’s [Webster]
Star Pizza [Upper Kirby, Washington]
Spanky’s [Gulfgate]
Candelari’s [West U, Rice Military]
Pizza L’Vino [Montrose, Rice Village]
Windy City Pizza [Humble]
Gellazi’s [Heights]

Neapolitan Style:
Pizaro’s [Montrose]
Coltivare [Heights]
Cane Rosso [Montrose, Heights]
Dolce Vita [Montrose]

Detroit Style:
Pizaro’s [Montrose]
Barry’s [Galleria]

Calzone:
Nick’s Place [Woodlake]
Spaghetti Western [Washington, Timbergrove]
Barry’s [Galleria]
Collinas [Heights]

Pepperoni Rolls:
Frank’s[DT]
Double Dave’s [Westchase]
Luigi’s Italian [Formerly Ponzo’s] [Midtown]

Breakfast:
General Breakfast:
Dot Coffee Shop [Gulfgate] [Steak & Eggs]
Tel-Wink Grill [Gulfgate]
Baby Barnaby’s [Montrose]
Buffalo Grille [Galleria, Bellaire]
Frank’s Grill [Many Locs] [Skillets]
Avalon Diner [River Oaks] [Skillets, Pancakes]
Tiny Boxwoods [Greenway Plaza] [Migas]
Honeymoon [Downtown] [French Toast, Beignets]
Coco’s Crepes [Midtown, Washington] [Crepes]

Pancakes
Buffalo Grille [Galleria, Bellaire]
Tel-Wink Grill [Gulfgate]
Fountainview Café [Galleria]
Baby Barnaby’s [Montrose]
Harry’s [Midtown]

Chicken & Waffles
Lola [Heights]
Breakfast Klub [Midtown]

Donuts
River Oaks Donuts [River Oaks] [Gourmet Style]
Queen Donut [Timbergrove]
Christy’s [Montrose]
Riley’s [Clear Lake]
The Grove [Richmond]
Glazed [Briarforest, Med Center] [Gourmet Style]

Bagels:
Hot Bagel Shop [Upper Kirby]
New York Bagel and Coffee Shop [Meyerland]

Kolaches:
Kolache Shoppe [Afton Oaks]
Bakery Donuts [Heights]
Christy’s [Montrose]
Olde Towne Kolaches [Woodlake]
Kolache Bakery [League City]
Mornings Kolaches [Deer Park]
Queen Donut [Timbergrove]
Shipley’s [Many Locs]
Black Walnut Café [Many Locs]
Best Donuts [Many Locs]
Hot Bagel Shop [Upper Kirby]
Six Ping Bakery [Many Locs] [Chinese Bread]

Bakeries:
Mexican Style:
El Bolillo [Garden Oaks] [Tres Leches]
Panaderia Tierra Caliente [Many Locs]
Arandas Bakery [Many Locs]
Lecaroz [Fort Bend, Alief]
La Guadelupana [Montrose]

Asian Style:
Six Ping [Many Locs]
Kamalan Bakery [Chinatown]
99 Ranch [Many Locs]
85 Degrees C [Chinatown]

American/Euro Style
Common Bond [Montrose]
Take the Cake [Energy Corridor]
Dessert Gallery [Upper Kirby]
Acadian Bakery [Montrose] [King Cake]
Three Brothers [Many Locs]
Blacksmith [Montrose]
Ooh La La [Memorial, Katy]
Artisana [Acres Homes]
Moeller’s [Bellaire]

American/Euro Style Soup:
Kenny & Ziggy’s [Galleria] [Chicken Noodle]
Niko Niko’s [Montrose] [Chicken]
The Black Lab [Montrose] [Chicken & Veggie]
El Rey [Many Locs] [Tortilla]

Sandwiches:
American Style:
Brown Bag Deli [Upper Kirby]
Kenny & Ziggy’s [Galleria] [Monte Cristo]
Carter & Cooley [Heights] [Reuben]
Spec’s [Many Locs]
Luna y Sol [Midtown] [Torta]
Local Foods [Many Locs] [Grilled Chicken]
Hobbit Café [Veggie Options] [Upper Kirby]
Field of Greens [Veggie Options] [Upper Kirby]
Pete’s Fine Meats [Galleria]
Zero’s [DT]
Chelsea’s Deli [Kingwood] [Chicken Salad]

Italian Style:
Tony’s Italian Deli [Conroe]
Mandola’s [East Side] [Chicken Parm]
Chicago Italian Beef [Heights]
Napoli’s [Chicken Parm]
Nindini’s [Heights]

Tortas:
Tortas El Angel [Heights]
Mexico’s Deli [Briarforest]
Luna y Sol [Midtown]

Grilled Cheese:
Pinewood Café [Med Center]
H-Town Streats Food Truck
The Golden Grill Food Truck
Moon Tower Inn [East Side]
Tiny Boxwood’s [Greenway Plaza]
Ladybird Food Truck
Black Walnut Café [Many Locs]

Philly Cheesesteak:
Pappa Geno's [Heights, Katy, Memorial]
Tornado Burger [Stafford]
Chicago Italian Beef & Pizza [Heights]
Nick’s Place [Woodlake]
Vito’s Famous [Spring]
Jake’s [Galleria]

Salads:
Barnaby’s [Many Locs]
Ruggles Green [Heights] [Fried Goat Cheese]
Taste of Texas [Memorial]
Local Foods [Many Locs] [Chicken Fattoush]
Star Pizza [Montrose]

Hot Dogs:
Happy Fatz [Heights]
Los Perros [Washington] [Colombian Style]
Sammy’s Wild Game Grill [Washington] [Exotic]
Yoyo’s Hot Dog [Rice Village]
Moon Tower Inn [East Side] [Exotic]
Good Dog [Heights, Montrose]

Seafood:
Maine-ly Sandwiches [Upper Kirby] [Lobster Roll]
Monument Inn [Deer Park] [Fried Shrimp]
Christie’s Seafood [Galleria]
Fountain View Fish Market [Galleria]
Topwater Grill [Dickinson] [Coconut Shrimp]
Confucius [Chinatown] [Lobster]
Gilhooey’s [Dickinson] [Oysters, Fried Seafood]
Captain Tom’s [Katy] [Oysters, Fried Seafood]
Tampico [Heights] [Fried Snapper]
Jenivi’s [Westchase] [Cajun, Fried Seafood]
Salt Air [Upper Kirby] [Oysters]
Peru Café Express [Greenway Plaza] [Ceviche]
Caracol [Galleria] [Ceviche]
Goode Co. Seafood [Many Locs]
Crawfish & Noodles [Chinatown] [Crab]
The Cajun Stop [Po-Boy]

Upscale Seafood:
Danton’s [Museum District]
Trulucks [Galleria]
Segari’s [Washington]
Holley’s [Midtown]
Caracol [Galleria]

Fish Tacos:
Berry Hill [Many Locs]
El Rey [Many Locs]

Fish & Chips:
Red Lion [Upper Kirby]
Queen Vic [Upper Kirby]
Mucky Duck [Upper Kirby]
Brasserie 19 [Montrose]
Hughie’s [Heights]
Black Lab [Montrose]
Good Dog [Montrose, Heights]
Alfie’s [Texas City]
Karbach Brewery [Spring Branch]

Crawfish:
LA Crawfish [Many Locs]
Crawfish Shack [Crosby]
Lola’s [Montrose]
Jenivi’s [Westchase]
The Boot [Heights]
Crawfish & Noodles [Chinatown]
Cajun Fuze [Willowbrook]
Jolynn [Alief]
The Boil House [Heights]
Cajun Kitchen [Chinatown] [The Fatass]
88 Boiling [Briarforest]
Hank’s [Briarforest]
Cajun Craven [Southbelt/Ellington]
Crawfish Café [Chinatown]

French:
Le Mistral [Energy Corridor]
Etoile [Galleria]
Bistro Provence [Memorial]
Artisans [Midtown]
Bistro Le Cep [Briarforest]

Argentinian:
Café Argentina [Galleria]
Marini’s [Westchase] [Empanadas]
Manena’s [Empanadas]
Pampa Grill [Spring Branch]

Canadian [Poutine]:
Skratch Food Truck
Bernie’s Burger Bus [Heights, Bellaire] [Lunch Lady Fries]
Underbelly [Montrose]

Brazillian:
Emporio [Briarforest] [Curry]
Churrasco’s [Many Locs]
Chama Gaucha [Galleria] [Steakhouse]
Fogo De Chao [Woodlake, the Woodlands] [Steakhouse]
Texas De Brazil [Memorial, Sugarland] [Steakhouse]

General South American:
Saldivias [Briarforest]
Andes Café [East Side]
Latin Bites [Tanglewood]

Cuban:
Flor de Cuba [Energy Corridor]
Café Piquet [Gulfton]
El Rey [Many Locs] [Cubano]
El Meson [Rice Village]
Rincon Criollo [Energy Corridor]

Chinese:
Sinh Sinh [Chinatown]
Pepper Twins [River Oaks, Upper Kirby, Montrose]
369 Oriental Bistro [Montrose]
Tiger Noodle House [Katy]
Confucius [Chinatown, Seafood]
San Dong [Chinatown]
Mala Szechuan [Montrose, Chinatown]
Qin Dynasty [Greenway Plaza]
China Garden [DT]
888 [Many Locs]
Café Ginger [River Oaks]
Ambassador [Afton Oaks]
Panda Garden [West U] [General Tso’s]
Yummy Kitchen [Chinatown] [Taiwanese]
One Dragon [Chinatown] [Dumplings]
Dumpling King [Woodlake] [Dumplings]
East Wall [Chinatown]
House of Bowls [Chinatown] [Hong Kong Style]
Kim Son [Chinatown] [Dumplings]
Baoz [DT] [Dumplings]
San Dong [Chinatown] [Dumplings]
Arco Seafood [Chinatown]
Tan Tan [Woodlake]

Dim Sum:
Dim Sum King [Chinatown]
Golden Dim Sum [Chinatown]
Fung’s Kitchen [Sharpstown]
Ocean’s Palace [Chinatown]
Arco Seafood [Chinatown]

Hot Pot:
Little Sheep [Chinatown]
Fu Fu Café [Chinatown]
Tan Tan [Woodlake]

Caribbean:
Reggae Hut [Museum District]
Cool Runnings [Fondren/SW Hou]
D’Caribbean [Pearland]
Taste of the Caribbean [Greenspoint]
Trini Hut [Katy]

English/Irish:
Red Lion [Upper Kirby]
Black Lab [Montrose]
Bull and Bear [Briarforest]

Ethopian:
Blue Nile [Woodlake]
Addis Ababa [Sharpstown]
Lucy [Sharpstown]

Colombian
La Fogota [SW Hou]
Colombian Empanadas [Katy]
Mi Pueblito [Woodlake]

Danish
Nielsen’s Deli [Afton Oaks]

Indian/Pakistani:
India’s [Galleria]
Sriv Bhalaji Bhavan [Gulfton] [South Indian]
London Sizzler [London Indian]
Himalaya [Gulfton] [Biryani]
Shiv Sagar [Gulfton] [South Indian]
Bombay Brasserie [Afton Oaks]
Indika [Montrose] [High End]
Udipi Café [Gulfton] [South Indian]
Biryani Pot [Woodlake] [Biryani]
Yaal Tiffins [Briarforest] [Sri Lanka]
Pondicheri [Upper Kirby] [High End]
Saravana Bhavan [Woodlake]
Aga’s [Stafford] [Indo-Pak]
Bombay Sweets [Gulfton]
Queen Vic [Upper Kirby] [London Indian]
Maharajag Bhog [Sharpstown] [South Indian]
Shiva [Rice Village]
Khyber [Montrose]
Nirvana [Memorial]
Kiran [Upper Kirby]
Bundu Khan [Alief, Willowbrook] [Indo-Pak]
Bismallah [Gulfton] [Indo-Pak]
Mezban [Gulfton] [Indo-Pak]
Bombay Pizza Co. [DT] [Fusion]

Greek:
Manny’s [NW Houston]
Simply Greek [Spring Branch]
Olive Oil [Spring]
Savvas [Atascocita]
Theo’s [Montrose] [Pizza]
Ekko’s [Galleria]

Hawaiian:
Waikiki Grill [Humble]

Italian:
Nundini’s [Heights]
Coltivare [Heights]
Italiano’s [Humble, Atascocita]
Patrenella’s [Washington] [High End]
Giacomo’s [River Oaks] [High End]
Poscol [Montrose] [High End]
Dolce Vita [Montrose] [High End]
Da Marco [Montrose] [High End]
Mascalzone [Briarforest]
Vincent’s [Montrose]
Cavatore [Heights] [High End]
Da Vinci [Katy]
Adriatic Café [Jersey Village, Tomball]
Belissimo [Heights]
Collinas [Heights]
Antiqua Osteria [Rice Village] [High End]
Carmello’s [Memorial] [High End]
Paulie’s [Montrose]
Lasagna House [Energy Corridor]

Indonesian:
Rice Bowl [Mission Bend]
MAMA YU [Alief]

Polish:
Polonia [Spring Branch]

Filipino:
Flip N’ Patties Food Truck
Fillipiana [SW Hou]
Pinoy Fast Food [Alief]

Korean:
Bonchon [Katy, Pearland] [Wings]
Dak & Bop [Med Center] [Wings]
Seoul Garden [Spring Branch]
Korea House [Spring Branch]
Korea Garden [Spring Branch]
Flower Piggy [Spring Branch]
Tofu Village [Spring Branch]
Bon Ga [Spring Branch]

Chicken Wings:
Wings N’ Things [Many Locs]
Wild Wing Café [Katy]
LA Crawfish [Many Locs]
Thai Cottage [Greenway Plaza, Bellaire]
Fat Bao [Upper Kirby]
Bonfire [Greenspoint]
Dak & Bop [Med Center]
Niko Niko’s [Montrose]
Hay Merchant [Montrose]
Roostar [Galleria, Spring Branch]

Fried Chicken:
Frenchy’s [Many Locs]
Barbecue Inn [Garden Oaks]
Punks [Rice Village]
Al Aseel [Woodlake]
Number 1 Chicken Rise & Seafood [Museum District]
Breakfast Klub [Midtown]

Malaysian:
The Banana Leaf [Chinatown]
MAMAK [Chinatown]

Spanish/Tapas:
Mi Luna [Rice Village]
Andalucia [DT]
Oporto [Midtown]
Majorca [Midtown]
BCN [Montrose]

German:
Rudi Lechner’s [Woodlake]
Kings Biergarten [Pearland]

Russian:
Golden Grain [Meyerland] [Grocery Store]

Mediterranean:
Café Adel [NW Hou] [Bosnian]
Al Quick Stop [Montrose]
Zabak’s [Woodlake] [Falafel]
Phoenecia [DT] [Grocery Store]
Gyros & Shish Kabob [Energy Corridor]
Aladdin [Montrose] [Lebanese]
Shwarma King [Woodlake]
Mary’z [Galleria, Washington] [Lebanese]
Niko Niko’s [Montrose]
Kasra [Westchase] [Persian]
Zumani [Spring, The Woodlands]
Fadi’s [Many Loc’s]
M&M Grill [Med Center]
Bijan [Gulfton] [Persian]
Gyro King [Med Center, SW Houston]
Abdallah’s [Woodlake]
Sayyad [Briarforest] [Shwarma]
House of Kabob [Woodlake]
Abu Omar [Woodlake]
Cedar’s [Katy]
Dandanah [Galleria] [Egyptian]
Al Aseel [Palestinian]
Café Lili [Galleria] [Lebanese]
Nazif’s [Woodlake] [Turkish]
Pasha [Rice Village] [Turkish]

Hilal Guys Style:
Gyro King [Med Center, Sugar Land]
Jones Fried Chicken [Sharpstown]

KosheJewish Deli:
Kenny & Ziggy’s [Galleria] [Jewish Deli]
Belden’s [Meyerland] [Kosher]
Genesis Steakhouse [Bellaire] [Kosher]

Peruvian:
Latin Bites [Tanglewood]
Lemon Tree [Briarforest]
Peru Café Express [Greenway Plaza]
Guitarra con Sazon [Briarforest]
Pollo Bravo [Many Locs]

Venezuelan:
Sabor Venezolano [Woodlake, Cypress]
Dona Maria [Humble]

African:
Peli Peli [Katy Galleria, NW Hou] [South African]
Peli Peli Kitchen [Spring Branch] [South African]
Suya Hut [SW Hou] [Nigerian]
Afrikiko [SW Hou] [Ghanan]

Thai:
Thai Gourmet [Woodlake]
Asia Market [Near Northside]
Kanomwan [East Side]
Vieng Thai [Spring Branch]
Nidda Thai [Montrose]
Nara Thai [Midtown]
Thai Lily [Briarforest]
Thai Jasmine [Southbelt/Ellington, Pasadena]

Salvadorian:
Mama Rosa’s Pupuseria [Woodlake]
El Papaturro [Many Locs]
Dinoras [North Houston]
Pupusa [Meyerland]
Pupuseria Emmanuel [South Hou]
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2016.01.29 18:20 Tweakedenigma It's Indie Friday! Brought to you by /r/ROH and /r/INDIEWRESTLING

Weekly reminders:
WWNlive will be presenting Shine 32 Tonight at 9PM ET and as with the Evolve Shows will be available via Flipps as well. The show will Feature:
SHINE Championship Match Taylor Made (c) vs. Santana
NWA World Woman's Championship Match:
Amber Gallows (c) vs Leva
Also the Shine Debut of Barbi Hayden.
/indiewrestling will be holding live discussion threads for this show. So feel free to drop by and for anyone new it Shine it will be a great place to ask questions about the promotion.
Now on to the Free stuff:
Shows:
Wrestle Centre Voltage Aired 01/28/2016
Red Rock Wrestling Season 1 Episode 2 Aired 01/25/2016
OVW Episode 857 Aired 01/26/2016
wXw Shotgun Episode 242 Aired 01/28/2016
CWF Mid-Atlantic Worldwide Episode 37 Aired 01/27/2016
West Coast Wrestling Connection Episode 87 Aired 01/25/2016
Reality of Wrestling TV Episode 094 Aired 01/25/2015
NWA-NRW New Years Revolution 2016 Aired 01/28/2016 - Features a 12 men enter a battle royal
NWA-TNA The Asylum Years Episode 8 Aired 01/28/2016
FSW High Octane Aired 01/24/2016
AAA Worldwide desde la Arena Neza Parte 2 Aired 01/22/2016
CMLL Aired 01/25/2016
CMLL Aired 01/26/2016
Monster Factory Cup Tag Tournament Aired 01/09/2016
Global Championship Wrestling Season 4 Episode 23 Aired 01/24/2016
Global Championship Wrestling Season 4 Episode 23 Aired 01/24/2016
CWP Fear The New Year Aired 01/25/2016
Lincoln Fight Factory Episode 11 Aired 01/28/2016
CEW Web TV Episode 10 Aired 01/22/2016
EMERGE Wrestling Showcase Episode 5 Aired 01/24/2016
Rockstar Pro Amped Aired 01/23/2016
Magnum Pro: Men in Tights Aired 01/28/2016
Superstars of the Ring Stampede 2016 Aired 01/27/2016
Snake Pit PowerSlam TV Aired 01/04/2016
Snake Pit PowerSlam TV Aired 01/11/2016
Metro Pro Wrestling Show 142 Aired 01/26/2016
Fully Loaded Wrestling Episode 23 Aired 01/25/2016
WVCW Episode 264 Aired 01/23/2016
Covey Pro TV Episode 242 Aired 01/26/2016
Pro Wrestling Battleground: Breakout TV Episode 85 Aired 01/26/2016
AIWF Mid-Atlantic Episode 223 Aired 01/22/2016
Matches:
AIW: Johnny Gargano VS. Brian Carson
WSU: Nevaeh & Christina Von Eerie vs. Santana Garrett & Amber O’Neal
CZW: The Juicy Product w/ Shelly Martinez vs. Los Ben Dejos
Premier Pro Wrestling: Jay Kross vs. Will DA BEAST
Premier Pro Wrestling: Andy Anderson vs. Marcus Smith
Premier Pro Wrestling: Milad Akbar vs. Santa Claus
Premier Pro Wrestling: Scott Colton & Iniestra vs. Matt Vine & Chase Gosling
Premier Pro Wrestling: #1 Contender Gauntlet
Premier Pro Wrestling: Andy Anderson vs. Texas Pete
Gold Rush Pro: Ruby Raze vs Thunder Rosa
Gold Rush Pro: Mike Matthews vs. B-Boy
Gold Rush Pro: Skye Brothers vs Suburban Commandos
Beyond Wrestling: Pinkie Sanchez vs. Conor Claxton
Beyond Wrestling: Heidi Lovelace vs. Brian Fury
World Xtreme Wrestling: Beast vs Sean Maluta
PWX: Caleb Konley vs Cedric Alexander
RCW: Skitzkrieg vs Joey Spector
RCW: Hernandez, Doom, Dumplins, and Starr vs Paul Titan, Allie Kat , Dunbar & Devine
RCW: Bushwhacker Luke vs Mr B
F1RST: ODB vs. Ann Brookstone - Throwback
AAW: Seth Rollins aka Tyler Black vs. Davey Richards - Throwback
St. Louis Anarchy: Matt Cage vs. Markus Crane vs. Krotch - Throwback
IWS: Venessa Kraven & Twiggy - Throwback
ICW Milwaukee: Brutus Beefcake & Silas Young in 6 Man Action - Throwback
W.O.W: Austin Aries v "Rudeboy" Riley v Chris Steeler
W.O.W: Logan Black v Jeremy Jensen
W.O.W: Darius Carter v Mike Del
W.O.W: Nikki Addams & Dickie Rodz v Perfect Strangers
NWA Smoky Mountain: AJ Styles vs. Chase Owens
NWA Midwest Championship Wrestling: Bruiser Schmidt vs Jackson Stone
NWA Circle City: Trevor Court vs Johnathan "Lonewolf" Owens
NWA Circle City: 10 Minute Magic & The Police vs Kevin Thorn & Mystery Partner
NWA Circle City: Circle City Collabo vs. Pain Inc. - TLC Match
NWA Circle City: Camron Star vs. Thunder Kitty
NWA Circle City: Battle Royal
CHIKARA: Blaster McMassive vs. Silver Ant
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Willie vs Thomas
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chris vs Henry
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Robb Lafoon vs Justin Santino
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chaz vs Justin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Brody vs kenny Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Ausint vs Darwin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Austin vs Brody Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chaz vs Kenny Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Robby vs Justin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Mak vs Darwin Training Match
On - Point Wrestling: The Best Around vs EYFBO
IWF: Dark Oracle Sage vs Tony Graves
IWF: Kevin Knight vs Galindo - Falls Count Anywhere
IWF: Donavan & Cammett vs Zachary & O'Brien
FBW: Amazing Red vs JT Dunn
SWU: Gilgamesh vs Morgan
WWA4: AR Fox vs Moose
CWFH: James Morgan vs. Rocky Romero
IWL: Eric Cross vs. Ray Rosas
Pro Wrestling Chaos: Eddie Dennis vs Chris Hero
SPW: Adam Thornstowe vs Scoot Robertson
IWA Mid-South: Ian Rotten vs. Shank Dorsey - Throwback
IPW: AJ Smooth vs Ryan Slade
IPW: Riegel Twins vs Legend Killers - TLC Match
APW: James Shaw vs. Dal Knox
Great North Wrestling: The Black Widow vs Anestasia Ivy
USWA: C.O.D. vs DCFC
USWA: Kameron Kade v Martin Stone
PREMIER: Savoy vs Kahmora
For even more wrestling action be sure to check out the steaming services offered by: NJPW, Smash Wrestling, PROGRESS Wrestling, Chikara, ICW, CZW/WSU, AAW, AIW, Beyond Wrestling, Womens Wrestling Network, Monster Factory, HoodSlam, ECCW, MPW, WSW, World X-Treme Wrestling, OTW, Covey Pro, IPW:UK, MCW, HighSpots Wrestling Network, Rock Star Pro Network, ECWA, Monster Pro Wrestling, TCW, TNA Wrestling Plus, ROH Ringside & NWA Classics 24/7
iPPV/VOD/Digital Downloads for various companies are offered via WWNlive, RFVideo, Smart Mark Video, & High Spots. These services offer shows from copanies like Elovle, Shine, FIP, Shimmer, OMEGA, CZW, Chikara, PWG, WSU, HoH, FWE, QoC, and Many more.
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2016.01.29 18:10 Tweakedenigma It's Indie Friday!

Weekly reminders:
WWNlive will be presenting Shine 32 Tonight at 9PM ET and as with the Evolve Shows will be available via Flipps as well. The show will Feature:
SHINE Championship Match Taylor Made (c) vs. Santana
NWA World Woman's Championship Match:
Amber Gallows (c) vs Leva
Also the Shine Debut of Barbi Hayden.
/indiewrestling will be holding live discussion threads for this show. So feel free to drop by and for anyone new it Shine it will be a great place to ask questions about the promotion.
Now on to the Free stuff:
Shows:
Wrestle Centre Voltage Aired 01/28/2016
Red Rock Wrestling Season 1 Episode 2 Aired 01/25/2016
OVW Episode 857 Aired 01/26/2016
wXw Shotgun Episode 242 Aired 01/28/2016
CWF Mid-Atlantic Worldwide Episode 37 Aired 01/27/2016
West Coast Wrestling Connection Episode 87 Aired 01/25/2016
Reality of Wrestling TV Episode 094 Aired 01/25/2015
NWA-NRW New Years Revolution 2016 Aired 01/28/2016 - Features a 12 men enter a battle royal
NWA-TNA The Asylum Years Episode 8 Aired 01/28/2016
FSW High Octane Aired 01/24/2016
AAA Worldwide desde la Arena Neza Parte 2 Aired 01/22/2016
CMLL Aired 01/25/2016
CMLL Aired 01/26/2016
Monster Factory Cup Tag Tournament Aired 01/09/2016
Global Championship Wrestling Season 4 Episode 23 Aired 01/24/2016
Global Championship Wrestling Season 4 Episode 23 Aired 01/24/2016
CWP Fear The New Year Aired 01/25/2016
Lincoln Fight Factory Episode 11 Aired 01/28/2016
CEW Web TV Episode 10 Aired 01/22/2016
EMERGE Wrestling Showcase Episode 5 Aired 01/24/2016
Rockstar Pro Amped Aired 01/23/2016
Magnum Pro: Men in Tights Aired 01/28/2016
Superstars of the Ring Stampede 2016 Aired 01/27/2016
Snake Pit PowerSlam TV Aired 01/04/2016
Snake Pit PowerSlam TV Aired 01/11/2016
Metro Pro Wrestling Show 142 Aired 01/26/2016
Fully Loaded Wrestling Episode 23 Aired 01/25/2016
WVCW Episode 264 Aired 01/23/2016
Covey Pro TV Episode 242 Aired 01/26/2016
Pro Wrestling Battleground: Breakout TV Episode 85 Aired 01/26/2016
AIWF Mid-Atlantic Episode 223 Aired 01/22/2016
Matches:
AIW: Johnny Gargano VS. Brian Carson
WSU: Nevaeh & Christina Von Eerie vs. Santana Garrett & Amber O’Neal
CZW: The Juicy Product w/ Shelly Martinez vs. Los Ben Dejos
Premier Pro Wrestling: Jay Kross vs. Will DA BEAST
Premier Pro Wrestling: Andy Anderson vs. Marcus Smith
Premier Pro Wrestling: Milad Akbar vs. Santa Claus
Premier Pro Wrestling: Scott Colton & Iniestra vs. Matt Vine & Chase Gosling
Premier Pro Wrestling: #1 Contender Gauntlet
Premier Pro Wrestling: Andy Anderson vs. Texas Pete
Gold Rush Pro: Ruby Raze vs Thunder Rosa
Gold Rush Pro: Mike Matthews vs. B-Boy
Gold Rush Pro: Skye Brothers vs Suburban Commandos
Beyond Wrestling: Pinkie Sanchez vs. Conor Claxton
Beyond Wrestling: Heidi Lovelace vs. Brian Fury
World Xtreme Wrestling: Beast vs Sean Maluta
PWX: Caleb Konley vs Cedric Alexander
RCW: Skitzkrieg vs Joey Spector
RCW: Hernandez, Doom, Dumplins, and Starr vs Paul Titan, Allie Kat , Dunbar & Devine
RCW: Bushwhacker Luke vs Mr B
F1RST: ODB vs. Ann Brookstone - Throwback
AAW: Seth Rollins aka Tyler Black vs. Davey Richards - Throwback
St. Louis Anarchy: Matt Cage vs. Markus Crane vs. Krotch - Throwback
IWS: Venessa Kraven & Twiggy - Throwback
ICW Milwaukee: Brutus Beefcake & Silas Young in 6 Man Action - Throwback
W.O.W: Austin Aries v "Rudeboy" Riley v Chris Steeler
W.O.W: Logan Black v Jeremy Jensen
W.O.W: Darius Carter v Mike Del
W.O.W: Nikki Addams & Dickie Rodz v Perfect Strangers
NWA Smoky Mountain: AJ Styles vs. Chase Owens
NWA Midwest Championship Wrestling: Bruiser Schmidt vs Jackson Stone
NWA Circle City: Trevor Court vs Johnathan "Lonewolf" Owens
NWA Circle City: 10 Minute Magic & The Police vs Kevin Thorn & Mystery Partner
NWA Circle City: Circle City Collabo vs. Pain Inc. - TLC Match
NWA Circle City: Camron Star vs. Thunder Kitty
NWA Circle City: Battle Royal
CHIKARA: Blaster McMassive vs. Silver Ant
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Willie vs Thomas
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chris vs Henry
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Robb Lafoon vs Justin Santino
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chaz vs Justin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Brody vs kenny Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Ausint vs Darwin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Austin vs Brody Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Chaz vs Kenny Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Robby vs Justin Training Match
Santino Bros. Wrestling: Mak vs Darwin Training Match
On - Point Wrestling: The Best Around vs EYFBO
IWF: Dark Oracle Sage vs Tony Graves
IWF: Kevin Knight vs Galindo - Falls Count Anywhere
IWF: Donavan & Cammett vs Zachary & O'Brien
FBW: Amazing Red vs JT Dunn
SWU: Gilgamesh vs Morgan
WWA4: AR Fox vs Moose
CWFH: James Morgan vs. Rocky Romero
IWL: Eric Cross vs. Ray Rosas
Pro Wrestling Chaos: Eddie Dennis vs Chris Hero
SPW: Adam Thornstowe vs Scoot Robertson
IWA Mid-South: Ian Rotten vs. Shank Dorsey - Throwback
IPW: AJ Smooth vs Ryan Slade
IPW: Riegel Twins vs Legend Killers - TLC Match
APW: James Shaw vs. Dal Knox
Great North Wrestling: The Black Widow vs Anestasia Ivy
USWA: C.O.D. vs DCFC
USWA: Kameron Kade v Martin Stone
PREMIER: Savoy vs Kahmora
For even more wrestling action be sure to check out the steaming services offered by: NJPW, Smash Wrestling, PROGRESS Wrestling, Chikara, ICW, CZW/WSU, AAW, AIW, Beyond Wrestling, Womens Wrestling Network, Monster Factory, HoodSlam, ECCW, MPW, WSW, World X-Treme Wrestling, OTW, Covey Pro, IPW:UK, MCW, HighSpots Wrestling Network, Rock Star Pro Network, ECWA, Monster Pro Wrestling, TCW, TNA Wrestling Plus, ROH Ringside & NWA Classics 24/7
iPPV/VOD/Digital Downloads for various companies are offered via WWNlive, RFVideo, Smart Mark Video, & High Spots. These services offer shows from copanies like Elovle, Shine, FIP, Shimmer, OMEGA, CZW, Chikara, PWG, WSU, HoH, FWE, QoC, and Many more.
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2015.01.30 20:02 Strongerthanyouare Overpopulation, cyanobacteria and Alzheimer's (x-post from r/overpopulation)

If you think that matters concerning overpopulation and environmental degradation do not concern you and are for hippies, crazy environmentalists and treehuggers, please read up.
Buddhists have been telling the world for centuries that everything is interconnected and you cannot be excluded just because you do not care, or have too much money to care. Finally science has been catching up with this fundamental notion and it means very bad news for humanity.
This story starts in Guam, where local Chamorro people have been suffering from mysterious disease that looks like ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's combined. The rates of this disease have been abnormally high in Guam and it led some scientists to believe that it must be something in their environment that might cause this.
It turned out that Chamorro have been consuming local cycad plant, C. circinalis that has numerous toxins. Chamorro would eat its seeds and roots after preparation that supposed to flush the toxins out, but they also ate fruit bats that feast on this cycad's seeds. It has been long known that cycads, the ancient group of plants, contains neurotoxins and carcinogens (MAM, cycasin), but what was discovered was that plant forms symbiotic relationships with ancient cyanobacteria that releases one curious toxin, called β-methylamino-l-alanine (l-BMAA).
It turned out that Guam Chamorro people who had the disease also had high levels of BMAA in their brains. It appears that not only BMAA can be ingested, but another potential route is to inhale cycad pollen that has high levels of BMAA as well. Amazingly later research shows that BMAA can easily pass blood-brain barrier.
Another strange observation was that even folks who left Guam, still developed disease decades later. One explanation was that "BMAA is sometimes incorporated into proteins in place of normal amino acids. BMAA's structure was already known to resemble that of the amino acids that make up the proteins in our body"
Typically, small amounts of BMAA can be metabolized and get rid of, but some people cannot do that due it due to genetic set-up, and perhaps when BMAA levels get too high. Researchers stated that "This BMAA would slowly be released as proteins are broken down. So for years after eating contaminated food, people's brains would be exposed to low levels of the neurotoxin. What is more, the abnormal proteins containing BMAA could also damage the brain in several ways, for instance by binding together to form the protein tangles characteristic of both ALS/PDC and Alzheimer's."
So what does this all have to do with overpopulation, cyanobacteria and Alzheimers? Be patient, we are getting here. The biggest surprise came when researchers compared Guam folks brains with brains of some Canadians that died from non-neurological causes and from Alzheimer's. They found that brains of those who died from non-neurological causes had no BMAA in them, but brains of Canadians with Alzheimer's had high levels of BMAA. So it was suggested that perhaps ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's are caused by accumulation of toxins found in cyanobacteria.
Now, what exactly is this cyanobacteria? It is a real bitch that has been here on Earth basically forever. What is worse, it is also everywhere, in lakes, in coastal waters, deserts, soil and estuaries. It is what causes green-blue algae bloom. It has not been well-studied, nor is well-understood. There are many species, some toxic, some not, and some species' bloom can turn toxic overnight for reasons not well understood.
This bitch of cyanobacteria thrives in polluted, nutrient rich environments, it loves all that nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural and industrial run-off. Now you get the link?
More people=more pollution=more cyanobacteria=more ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's.Our future will be overpopulated, demented humans shuffling aimlessly around land and waters covered with filthy layer of cyanobacteria.
So let's say you have nice and posh waterfront property in Florida. You do not give a shit about overpopulation, pollution and all that hippie crap. But once in a while you get some algae bloom you breathe in, because you sit outside and weather is good. Then, you drink some water that has cytotoxins in it, because Florida's environmental laws are shit and filtration is not good enough. Then you top it up with some ice cream from cows that grazed grass watered with water from some Mid West lake that had cyanobacteria bloom. Get my drift?
There is literally no escape from cyanobacteria, ask this poor dude from New Hampshire who was avid surfer and kayaker (sources below). He now has ALS. Where he lived a cluster appeared of folks who have been diagnosed with ALS. Ask folks in Toledo, Ohio who got cyanobacteria bloom last summer. How many inhaled all that stuff that has already started its slow killing process?
What can we all do then? Not much, as you can imagine. Municipal water treatment can sort of eliminate cyanobacteria and its toxins if it uses proper process involving sand filtration, powdered activated carbon and chlorination. But make no mistake, the reservoir where you get your water most likely is loaded with cyanobacteria, or soon will be. One article author (see below) randomly got a sample from Texas’s Lake Houston that supplies drinking water, and it tested positive for BMAA.
You can use in home filter with powdered activated carbon, but there are so many routes cyanobacteria toxins can use to enter your body! No seafood, no swimming, kayaking, surfing, no spirulina supplements and the list goes on and on. (Btw, it was also linked to some cancers, like liver cancer for example)
Our bodies can deal with small amounts of BMAA, but as our numbers increase, so do pollution and cyanobacteria. The only thing we can really do is to attack overpopulation and environmental degradation, no other way around that.
Sources:
http://www.elsevier.es/es-revista-neurologia-295-articulo-cycads-and-their-association-with-90361068#bib9
http://www.psmag.com/health-and-behaviowas-lou-gehrigs-als-caused-by-tap-water-38804
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn6229-dietary-neurotoxin-linked-to-alzheimers.html#.VMuuyWjF9O6
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/cyanobacter-eng.php
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/07/science/cyanobacteria-are-far-from-just-toledos-problem.html
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/are-algae-blooms-linked-to-lou-gehrig-s-disease/
http://www.bard.edu/cep/blog/?p=6573
http://www.nature.com/srep/2013/130319/srep01482/full/srep01482.html
http://www.nature.com/srep/2014/141106/srep06931/full/srep06931.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3295368/
http://www.ethnomedicine.org/default.asp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jWi6WQQ9wo
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2015.01.30 19:01 Strongerthanyouare Overpopulation, cynobacteria and Alzheimer's (x-post from r/overpopulation)

If you think that matters concerning overpopulation and environmental degradation do not concern you and are for hippies, crazy environmentalists and treehuggers, please read up.
Buddhists have been telling the world for centuries that everything is interconnected and you cannot be excluded just because you do not care, or have too much money to care. Finally science has been catching up with this fundamental notion and it means very bad news for humanity.
This story starts in Guam, where local Chamorro people have been suffering from mysterious disease that looks like ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's combined. The rates of this disease have been abnormally high in Guam and it led some scientists to believe that it must be something in their environment that might cause this.
It turned out that Chamorro have been consuming local cycad plant, C. circinalis that has numerous toxins. Chamorro would eat its seeds and roots after preparation that supposed to flush the toxins out, but they also ate fruit bats that feast on this cycad's seeds. It has been long known that cycads, the ancient group of plants, contains neurotoxins and carcinogens (MAM, cycasin), but what was discovered was that plant forms symbiotic relationships with ancient cyanobacteria that releases one curious toxin, called β-methylamino-l-alanine (l-BMAA).
It turned out that Guam Chamorro people who had the disease also had high levels of BMAA in their brains. It appears that not only BMAA can be ingested, but another potential route is to inhale cycad pollen that has high levels of BMAA as well. Amazingly later research shows that BMAA can easily pass blood-brain barrier.
Another strange observation was that even folks who left Guam, still developed disease decades later. One explanation was that "BMAA is sometimes incorporated into proteins in place of normal amino acids. BMAA's structure was already known to resemble that of the amino acids that make up the proteins in our body"
Typically, small amounts of BMAA can be metabolized and get rid of, but some people cannot do that due it due to genetic set-up, and perhaps when BMAA levels get too high. Researchers stated that "This BMAA would slowly be released as proteins are broken down. So for years after eating contaminated food, people's brains would be exposed to low levels of the neurotoxin. What is more, the abnormal proteins containing BMAA could also damage the brain in several ways, for instance by binding together to form the protein tangles characteristic of both ALS/PDC and Alzheimer's."
So what does this all have to do with overpopulation, cyanobacteria and Alzheimers? Be patient, we are getting here. The biggest surprise came when researchers compared Guam folks brains with brains of some Canadians that died from non-neurological causes and from Alzheimer's. They found that brains of those who died from non-neurological causes had no BMAA in them, but brains of Canadians with Alzheimer's had high levels of BMAA. So it was suggested that perhaps ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's are caused by accumulation of toxins found in cyanobacteria.
Now, what exactly is this cyanobacteria? It is a real bitch that has been here on Earth basically forever. What is worse, it is also everywhere, in lakes, in coastal waters, deserts, soil and estuaries. It is what causes green-blue algae bloom. It has not been well-studied, nor is well-understood. There are many species, some toxic, some not, and some species' bloom can turn toxic overnight for reasons not well understood.
This bitch of cyanobacteria thrives in polluted, nutrient rich environments, it loves all that nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural and industrial run-off. Now you get the link?
More people=more pollution=more cyanobacteria=more ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's.Our future will be overpopulated, demented humans shuffling aimlessly around land and waters covered with filthy layer of cyanobacteria.
So let's say you have nice and posh waterfront property in Florida. You do not give a shit about overpopulation, pollution and all that hippie crap. But once in a while you get some algae bloom you breathe in, because you sit outside and weather is good. Then, you drink some water that has cytotoxins in it, because Florida's environmental laws are shit and filtration is not good enough. Then you top it up with some ice cream from cows that grazed grass watered with water from some Mid West lake that had cyanobacteria bloom. Get my drift?
There is literally no escape from cyanobacteria, ask this poor dude from New Hampshire who was avid surfer and kayaker (sources below). He now has ALS. Where he lived a cluster appeared of folks who have been diagnosed with ALS. Ask folks in Toledo, Ohio who got cyanobacteria bloom last summer. How many inhaled all that stuff that has already started its slow killing process?
What can we all do then? Not much, as you can imagine. Municipal water treatment can sort of eliminate cyanobacteria and its toxins if it uses proper process involving sand filtration, powdered activated carbon and chlorination. But make no mistake, the reservoir where you get your water most likely is loaded with cyanobacteria, or soon will be. One article author (see below) randomly got a sample from Texas’s Lake Houston that supplies drinking water, and it tested positive for BMAA.
You can use in home filter with powdered activated carbon, but there are so many routes cyanobacteria toxins can use to enter your body! No seafood, no swimming, kayaking, surfing, no spirulina supplements and the list goes on and on. (Btw, it was also linked to some cancers, like liver cancer for example)
Our bodies can deal with small amounts of BMAA, but as our numbers increase, so do pollution and cyanobacteria. The only thing we can really do is to attack overpopulation and environmental degradation, no other way around that.
Sources:
http://www.elsevier.es/es-revista-neurologia-295-articulo-cycads-and-their-association-with-90361068#bib9
http://www.psmag.com/health-and-behaviowas-lou-gehrigs-als-caused-by-tap-water-38804
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn6229-dietary-neurotoxin-linked-to-alzheimers.html#.VMuuyWjF9O6
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/cyanobacter-eng.php
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/07/science/cyanobacteria-are-far-from-just-toledos-problem.html
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/are-algae-blooms-linked-to-lou-gehrig-s-disease/
http://www.bard.edu/cep/blog/?p=6573
http://www.nature.com/srep/2013/130319/srep01482/full/srep01482.html
http://www.nature.com/srep/2014/141106/srep06931/full/srep06931.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3295368/
http://www.ethnomedicine.org/default.asp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jWi6WQQ9wo
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2015.01.30 18:09 Strongerthanyouare Overpopulation, cynobacteria and Alzheimer's

If you think that matters concerning overpopulation and environmental degradation do not concern you and are for hippies, crazy environmentalists and treehuggers, please read up.
Buddhists have been telling the world for centuries that everything is interconnected and you cannot be excluded just because you do not care, or have too much money to care. Finally science has been catching up with this fundamental notion and it means very bad news for humanity.
This story starts in Guam, where local Chamorro people have been suffering from mysterious disease that looks like ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's combined. The rates of this disease have been abnormally high in Guam and it led some scientists to believe that it must be something in their environment that might cause this.
It turned out that Chamorro have been consuming local cycad plant, C. circinalis that has numerous toxins. Chamorro would eat its seeds and roots after preparation that supposed to flush the toxins out, but they also ate fruit bats that feast on this cycad's seeds. It has been long known that cycads, the ancient group of plants, contains neurotoxins and carcinogens (MAM, cycasin), but what was discovered was that plant forms symbiotic relationships with ancient cyanobacteria that releases one curious toxin, called β-methylamino-l-alanine (l-BMAA).
It turned out that Guam Chamorro people who had the disease also had high levels of BMAA in their brains. It appears that not only BMAA can be ingested, but another potential route is to inhale cycad pollen that has high levels of BMAA as well. Amazingly later research shows that BMAA can easily pass blood-brain barrier.
Another strange observation was that even folks who left Guam, still developed disease decades later. One explanation was that "BMAA is sometimes incorporated into proteins in place of normal amino acids. BMAA's structure was already known to resemble that of the amino acids that make up the proteins in our body"
Typically, small amounts of BMAA can be metabolized and get rid of, but some people cannot do that due it due to genetic set-up, and perhaps when BMAA levels get too high. Researchers stated that "This BMAA would slowly be released as proteins are broken down. So for years after eating contaminated food, people's brains would be exposed to low levels of the neurotoxin. What is more, the abnormal proteins containing BMAA could also damage the brain in several ways, for instance by binding together to form the protein tangles characteristic of both ALS/PDC and Alzheimer's."
So what does this all have to do with overpopulation, cyanobacteria and Alzheimers? Be patient, we are getting here. The biggest surprise came when researchers compared Guam folks brains with brains of some Canadians that died from non-neurological causes and from Alzheimer's. They found that brains of those who died from non-neurological causes had no BMAA in them, but brains of Canadians with Alzheimer's had high levels of BMAA. So it was suggested that perhaps ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's are caused by accumulation of toxins found in cyanobacteria.
Now, what exactly is this cyanobacteria? It is a real bitch that has been here on Earth basically forever. What is worse, it is also everywhere, in lakes, in coastal waters, deserts, soil and estuaries. It is what causes green-blue algae bloom. It has not been well-studied, nor is well-understood. There are many species, some toxic, some not, and some species' bloom can turn toxic overnight for reasons not well understood.
This bitch of cyanobacteria thrives in polluted, nutrient rich environments, it loves all that nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural and industrial run-off. Now you get the link?
More people=more pollution=more cyanobacteria=more ASL, Parkinson and Alzheimer's.Our future will be overpopulated, demented humans shuffling aimlessly around land and waters covered with filthy layer of cyanobacteria.
So let's say you have nice and posh waterfront property in Florida. You do not give a shit about overpopulation, pollution and all that hippie crap. But once in a while you get some algae bloom you breathe in, because you sit outside and weather is good. Then, you drink some water that has cytotoxins in it, because Florida's environmental laws are shit and filtration is not good enough. Then you top it up with some ice cream from cows that grazed grass watered with water from some Mid West lake that had cyanobacteria bloom. Get my drift?
There is literally no escape from cyanobacteria, ask this poor dude from New Hampshire who was avid surfer and kayaker (sources below). He now has ALS. Where he lived a cluster appeared of folks who have been diagnosed with ALS. Ask folks in Toledo, Ohio who got cyanobacteria bloom last summer. How many inhaled all that stuff that has already started its slow killing process?
What can we all do then? Not much, as you can imagine. Municipal water treatment can sort of eliminate cyanobacteria and its toxins if it uses proper process involving sand filtration, powdered activated carbon and chlorination. But make no mistake, the reservoir where you get your water most likely is loaded with cyanobacteria, or soon will be. One article author (see below) randomly got a sample from Texas’s Lake Houston that supplies drinking water, and it tested positive for BMAA.
You can use in home filter with powdered activated carbon, but there are so many routes cyanobacteria toxins can use to enter your body! No seafood, no swimming, kayaking, surfing, no spirulina supplements and the list goes on and on. (Btw, it was also linked to some cancers, like liver cancer for example)
Our bodies can deal with small amounts of BMAA, but as our numbers increase, so do pollution and cyanobacteria. The only thing we can really do is to attack overpopulation and environmental degradation, no other way around that.
Sources:
http://www.elsevier.es/es-revista-neurologia-295-articulo-cycads-and-their-association-with-90361068#bib9
http://www.psmag.com/health-and-behaviowas-lou-gehrigs-als-caused-by-tap-water-38804
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn6229-dietary-neurotoxin-linked-to-alzheimers.html#.VMuuyWjF9O6
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/cyanobacter-eng.php
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/07/science/cyanobacteria-are-far-from-just-toledos-problem.html
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/are-algae-blooms-linked-to-lou-gehrig-s-disease/
http://www.bard.edu/cep/blog/?p=6573
http://www.nature.com/srep/2013/130319/srep01482/full/srep01482.html
http://www.nature.com/srep/2014/141106/srep06931/full/srep06931.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3295368/
http://www.ethnomedicine.org/default.asp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jWi6WQQ9wo
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2012.11.27 20:05 twotoneskapunk MFA request. Broad shoulder shirts that don't make me look fat(ter than I really am)

So I got a couple flannel shirts for this upcoming cold weather thing called winter. Doesn't really kick into full effect until February here in Texas, but I like to be prepared. Anyways, the medium 16-18 was too small at the shoulders, but right at the torso, and the large 19 is right at the shoulders and too big at torso. Where can I find shirts with broad enough shoulders, but a more flattering midsection?
Other info: I'm 6' 210 lbs. Broad shoulders (if you couldn't tell) medium sized bi-ceps. Generally like jeans or shorts. Live close to fort worth. Broke as fuck. Needs nice shirts that don't make me look fatter than I am. All info is appreciated.
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