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"A group of students at Yale University were on Friday into the seventh day of a hunger strike in support of Palestinians in Gaza and in a protest to pressure the university to divest from any weapons manufacturing companies potentially supplying the Israeli military."

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2024/apr/19/yale-students-hunger-strike-gaza-israel-war

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"Our research pioneers an innovative methodology for generating synthetic training data tailored to Old Aramaic letters. Our pipeline synthesizes photo-realistic Aramaic letter datasets, incorporating textural features, lighting, damage, and augmentations to mimic real-world inscription diversity. Despite minimal real examples, we engineer a dataset of 250 000 training and 25 000 validation images covering the 22 letter classes in the Aramaic alphabet."

Aioanei AC, Hunziker-Rodewald RR, Klein KM, Michels DL (2024) Deep Aramaic: Towards a synthetic data paradigm enabling machine learning in epigraphy. PLOS ONE 19(4): e0299297. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0299297 @linguistics

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"A Palestinian academic at Jerusalem's Hebrew University, who raised doubts about sexual assault incidents involving Hamas terrorists on October 7, was arrested by the Israel Police.

"Professor Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian was brought to a police station near Jerusalem and is suspected of incitement to terror, violence, and racism. Her attorneys added that the police confiscated a mobile phone, a computer, documents and books of the Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish from her apartment."

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/2024-04-18/ty-article/.premium/police-probe-palestinian-scholar-doubting-oct-7-sexual-violence-on-suspicion-of-incitement/0000018e-f1a4-daad-a3de-ffbf42e40000

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"[A] study of Israeli universities reveals that they are, in fact, directly and actively complicit in Israeli apartheid and racial rule. Israeli university campuses were designed and built as anchors of Palestinian land expropriation and dispossession. They continue to put their facilities, resources, and departments in service of the Israeli state through producing expertise for military governance, training soldiers and security state personnel to hone their operations, and developing technologies and weapons used against Palestinians. This is why, for PACBI, the academic boycott is not merely a means to an end but rather a strategic targeting of the Israeli academy as 'one of the pillars of this oppressive order.'"

https://africasacountry.com/2024/04/what-are-academic-boycotts-for/

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A Day After Congressional Hearing, Mass Arrests and Suspensions of anti-Israel Protesters at Columbia

In a major crackdown on anti-Israel protesters, police arrested dozens of students at Columbia University on Thursday afternoon for participating in an unauthorized encampment aimed at forcing the administration to divest from Israel.

The university summoned police to the campus more than a day after the protesters defied orders to disband and were threatened with suspension. As police began rounding up the students, protesters chanted: "Free, free Palestine."

The university also said that it had initiated suspensions of what appeared to be a large number of students.

According to the summons sent to police, roughly 100 students were part of the encampment.

A university spokesperson would not say how many students had been suspended, but it would seem to be an unprecedented number, given the many who were participating in the protest. The encampment was set up early Wednesday morning to coincide with a hearing in Congress about rising antisemitism at the university.

In a statement to Haaretz, the Columbia spokesperson said: "Students who are participating in the unauthorized encampment are suspended. We are continuing to identify them and will be sending out formal notifications."

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/2024-04-18/ty-article/.premium/day-after-house-panel-mass-arrests-and-suspensions-of-anti-israel-protesters-at-columbia/0000018e-f250-daad-a3de-fe7b98990000

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First evidence for human occupation of a lava tube in Arabia: The archaeology of Umm Jirsan Cave and its surroundings, northern Saudi Arabia

"The lava tube does not appear to have served as a permanent habitation location, but rather as a site that likely lay on herding routes and that allowed access to shade and water for passing herders and their animals. Prior to this, as well as during pastoral periods, the lava tube was likely also linked with hunting activities, which probably remained a cornerstone of local economies into the Bronze Age."

Stewart M, Andrieux E, Blinkhorn J, Guagnin M, Fernandes R, et al. (2024) First evidence for human occupation of a lava tube in Arabia: The archaeology of Umm Jirsan Cave and its surroundings, northern Saudi Arabia. PLOS ONE 19(4): e0299292. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0299292

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"Under a middle-of-the road scenario of future income development (SSP2, in which SSP stands for Shared Socio-economic Pathway), this corresponds to global annual damages in 2049 of 38 trillion in 2005 international dollars (likely range of 19–59 trillion 2005 international dollars)."

Kotz, M., Levermann, A. & Wenz, L. The economic commitment of climate change. Nature 628, 551–557 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-024-07219-0 @economics @climatechange

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Shared governance is important. Be engaged with it if you have the opportunity. 900 (!) faculty attended this meeting.


Indiana University Faculty Vote No Confidence In President, Provost https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltnietzel/2024/04/16/indiana-university-faculty-vote-no-confidence-in-president-provost/

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"[T]he University of Southern California on Monday made the unprecedented move of barring an undergraduate valedictorian who has come under fire for her pro-Palestinian views from giving a speech at its May graduation ceremony.

"The move, according to USC officials, is the first time the university has banned a valedictorian from the traditional chance to speak onstage at the annual commencement ceremony, which typically draws more than 65,000 people to the Los Angeles campus."

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2024-04-15/usc-valedictorian-asna-tabassum

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"Columbia’s readiness to severely discipline students advocating for Palestinian rights is not singular. It is one of multiple schools, including California’s Pomona College and Tennessee’s Vanderbilt University, that suspended, evicted, or even expelled students protesting against Israel’s war in Gaza in recent weeks.

"The escalation by university administrators across the country shows that even as mainstream discourse around Israel shifts — particularly in the wake of Israel’s April 1 fatal strike against seven World Central Kitchen aid workers — those in positions of power are working hard to maintain the status quo of unfettered U.S. support for Israel, said Kouross Esmaeli, visiting professor of media studies at Pomona."

https://theintercept.com/2024/04/15/columbia-pomona-vanderbilt-gaza-student-protests-arrests/

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Why European Colonization Drove the Blue Antelope to Extinction

"The results of the study, which have now been published in "Current Biology", show that the species was probably adapted to a small population size and survived like this for thousands of years. However, this also made them susceptible to sudden impacts like hunting, which increased after European colonization of southern Africa."

https://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/pressreleases/detail/2024-04-12-why-european-colonization-drove-the-blue-antelope-to-extinction

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ChatGPT hallucinates fake but plausible scientific citations at a staggering rate, study finds

"MacDonald found that a total of 32.3% of the 300 citations generated by ChatGPT were hallucinated. Despite being fabricated, these hallucinated citations were constructed with elements that appeared legitimate — such as real authors who are recognized in their respective fields, properly formatted DOIs, and references to legitimate peer-reviewed journals."

https://www.psypost.org/chatgpt-hallucinates-fake-but-plausible-scientific-citations-at-a-staggering-rate-study-finds/

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It's really a shame just how many anti-capitalists are out there spending their time and their voice trying to predict just how soon will fail. It's already failed! I am more anti-capitalist than most, but I do not see capitalism going anywhere anytime soon. There is nothing wrong with being a realist.

Richard OP ,
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I come across so many articles online where the pipe dreams of anti-capitalists are really no different than all the tone deaf articles that will save the world. There is so much bad writing online. It is my belief that is why need to worry less about publications and see blogging as a public service.

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Dear Self:

No, you may NOT submit for that CFP. Not even if it's on a cool topic. Not even if it's shiny. Not even if it would be so much fun.

Finish your commitments, THEN play with bright shiny new toys.

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became a turd that you can't flush down the toilet and keeps farting toxic gasses all over the place. Worst still, "we" keep playing the game, pretending that everything is fine and cheerily announcing another publication in a meaningless rat race of factors.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKiBlGDfRU8

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Me: decides to give up several roles at work for the next 6 months because this is just not compatible with (my) life at the moment.

Also me: is approached for another role that looks very cool and stared like magpie at shiny object.

I said no. Very proud of self. But... very shiny things.

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<p class="a-plus-plus">Compulsive behaviors in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) are posited to be negatively reinforced via short-term negation of distress-inducing triggers, but neural activity during negative reinforcement in the context of OCD remains poorly understood.</p>
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<p class="a-plus-plus">In 18 people with OCD and 16 healthy matched comparison subjects completing functional MRI, we tested the effect of a novel negative reinforcement behavioral paradigm. Three visual stimulus types (Compulsion-Related, Negative, Neutral) were displayed in the scanner and removed by participants pressing a button, yielding two analysis epochs: image presentation and image removal.</p>
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<p>Data from regional YOD helplines were used to analyze the main characteristics of people living with YOD or who had concerns about the possibility of YOD (<i>n</i> = 132). Among several categorical variables, the following were used for analysis: age group, sex, type of living arrangement, employment status, presence of dementia, and content of the consultation. To identify groups of items that frequently occur together, strongly connected rules were identified using association rule analysis with the a priori algorithm. To focus on the characteristics of clients, rules related to client characteristics were extracted based on the type of consultation.</p>
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<p class="a-plus-plus">Previous studies demonstrated that boredom leads to increased self-administration of painful electric stimulation, a proxy for non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). However, in these experimental studies, participants had no behavioral alternatives besides electric stimulation to break the monotony. A first aim in the current experimental study was to examine whether boredom still leads to self-administering aversive stimuli when positive behavioral alternatives are present. This boredom effect was furthermore compared to an anger induction. The second aim was to examine whether history of NSSI and negative urgency (i.e., the tendency to engage in impulsive action in response to negative emotions) positively moderate the link between boredom and self-administered aversive stimuli. In a between-subjects design using college students (N = 129), participants were randomly assigned to one of three emotion induction writing tasks (i.e., boredom, anger, neutral), during which frequency of self-administered positive (chirping birds) and aversive (screaming pig) sounds was measured. The latter was used as a proxy for NSSI behavior. Results showed that boredom led to increased selection of aversive sounds compared to the neutral and anger conditions, despite the presence of a positive alternative (i.e., positive sounds). No difference in frequency of selecting the aversive sounds was observed between the anger and neutral condition. Neither history of NSSI nor negative urgency moderated the effect of condition on self-administered aversive stimuli. The current results tentatively support a causal and specific link between boredom and NSSI, and warrant further examination of the role of boredom in maladaptive behaviors such as NSSI.</p>
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