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  • Attended an EAGx conference


I think you make some excellent points. Thanks for writing this. 

Thank you so much! I've been busy the last few weeks & totally missed this post. Really appreciate you sharing it : )

I'm afraid I'm not being clear; does the below at all address your uncertainty?

I just added this edit: Should EA dedicate some resources to reducing our uncertainty on this question? ("This question" referring to would/how much would x-risk increase if the western world was run by Viktor Orbans.)

Hey Noah, Thanks for your comment. I guess I was asking less about the impact democratic leaders have on climate policy and more about how a warmer, less democratic world could increase the likelihood of an x-risk. Do you have any thoughts on how the things mentioned in your comment may impact x-risks?

Chemistry: A molecular approach (5th Edition) by Nivaldo Tro


Probably not going to correct errors; I appreciate errors being flagged but probably will not go back & correct them (I took AP Chem 4 years ago).

Attempting to be complete; except for Chapters 1-4, which contain large gaps.

Medium quality; I made it only for myself so there are notes only relevant to me, plus Chapters 1-4 are low quality especially for someone without prior knowledge of chemistry.

Experience: Roughly 0.75 of another chemistry textbook.

Reviewing Deck: Yes

Great post! Thanks for writing this. It’s helped me cross off military service as a career path.

“I also think some of the statements you're recounting are partially a joke.“ Since Florence repeatedly explicitly states that they are branded as jokes, I’m curious why you meant to infer by putting this in your comment.

Hey, I think Training for Good might be trying to put together a self-paced online course about learning how to learn. Have you by any chance connected with them? : )