Khairullah Abdul Ghani

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

239 days ago

Megakaryocyte migrates from the bone marrow to the lungs and release more than half of the body's platelet there.

An Unexpected New Lung Function Has Been Found - They Make Blood

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

246 days ago

"...everyone does some pretty pointless crap that they don’t even enjoy but has turned into a habit.

They do it regularly. And if they cut it out, they’d have time to do something they really give a shit about."

How To Invest In Yourself.

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

507 days ago

The World’s Most Efficient Languages

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

517 days ago

The Mistrust of Science

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

517 days ago

On Elon Musk, Paypal, SpaceX, Tesla Motors and his unrelenting drive to go to Mars.

Missionaries possess the key quality that Taleb describes as follows: “the remarkable ability to engage in rational forms of  trial and error, with no comparative shame in failing again, starting again, and repeating failure.”

A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Elon Musk About Business and Investing

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

533 days ago

In the Middle East in general, even if we know too little about inequalities, we know enough to conclude that the Middle East as a region is the most unequal region on the planet.

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

550 days ago

Why should we put Economics at the same level of natural sciences like Physics and Chemistry when it is closer to social science?

Don’t let the Nobel prize fool you. Economics is not a science

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

558 days ago

"The reason solar-power generation will increasingly dominate: It’s a technology, not a fuel. As such, efficiency increases and prices fall as time goes on. What's more, the price of batteries to store solar power when the sun isn't shining is falling in a similarly stunning arc"

The reason solar-power generation will increasingly dominate: It’s a technology, not a fuel. As such, efficiency increases and prices fall as time goes on. What's more, the price of batteries to store solar power when the sun isn't shining is falling in a similarly stunning ar

Wind and Solar Are Crushing Fossil Fuels

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Khairullah Abdul Ghani

568 days ago

How having the power to buy what you want when you want affects your economic prosperity.

Why the poor pay more for toilet paper — and just about everything else

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