I am not an expert on this, but, if my understanding is correct, They would get the original drawings from the patentee's manuscript and redraw them using a Lithographic method.
This method is basically drawing it on metal/stone plate with a wax and then douse an acid over the plate which would essentially make a reverse-etching of the drawing. They then wash off the wax and have the drawing raised in relation to the rest of the plate.
Also these particular ones are neat because these really early ones are actually a linen paper. Some of the slightly later ones I have are regular paper.
He also has a podcast called Event Horizon.
What I like:
Pure functional programming - easy to reason about what any piece of code is doing. Works like Lego.
Complete statements. No null reference exceptions. Actually no exceptions at all. Everything is checked at compile time.
Excellent compiler errors. The most helpful I've seen.
Culture of beginner friendliness. So packages have good documentation. Getting started is "elm init". Works well on Windows too. Even had an MSI installer, as well as an npm one.
Seems to produce performing code.
The Elm Architecture which is like React but much better because you don't have to think about immutability. You cannot mutate a reference to begin with. Mutation means new reference in Elm.
This webtool to make aftereffects like animation
* Bernardo Kastrup's view on the mind-body problem
* Apache Kafka
* Apache Airflow
* Gaia Project game tooling
* Phil Eklund's Neanderthal
* DAG projects like HashGraph and ByteBall
Slogan 13. Be grateful to everyone.
Slogan 22. If you can practice even when distracted, you are well trained.
Slogan 29. Abandon poisonous food.
Slogan 35. Don't try to be the fastest -- Don't compete with others.
Slogan 36. Don't act with a twist -- Do good deeds without scheming about benefiting yourself.
Slogan 37. Don't turn gods into demons -- Don't use these slogans or your spirituality to increase your self-absorption
Slogan 56. Don't wallow in self-pity.
Slogan 57. Don't be jealous.
Slogan 59. Don't expect applause.
Supposedly it took the one writing it down more then a decade to master them all. You can read more about them in the links I provided or the wikipedia.
I think if your goal is rapid weight loss it might work fine, but I think for long-term more vegetarian diet might be better.
Red meat is generally not that good for you. Processed meat is basically packaged garbage.
If you do keto with mostly white meat, fish, nuts, and olive oil, combined with huge amount of veggies, you're probably going to be healthy.
What I see as the most critical is the long term lack of fruit. Fruit contain a lot of vitamins that you might lack on keto.
If you ask me paleo is probably the better diet, considering it forbids processed meat, grains and alcohol. It's basically keto as described above with fruit.
I think you pretty much have to do calories counting, at least at the start, until you get to know how much calorie something is. Probably not suitable for long-term, as it gets tedious. But good to cut on snacking etc. Don't overdo your calorie deficit, as it can slow your metabolism too much.
One thing that kinda works for me, is eating food high on satiety index.
I drink this smoothie everyday https://www.foundmyfitness.com/reports/micronutrient-smoothi..., but you have to drink it slowly and best to use a straw not to destroy your teeth. I prefer smoothie form because I wouldn't be able to eat that many greens otherwise. (Also numbers she gave is for 2 smoothies) It's about 500kcal and pretty satiating. Without fruits, you could fit it into keto just barely and you can skip the apple and banana, but I would stay with blueberries as they are super good food.
Apart from the smoothie, I eat some kind of meat + veggies for lunch, and I stick to the eggs for dinner + I finish my smoothie (I drink 2/3 for breakfast). So I am not following a vegetarian diet, but I added a lot of veggies.
UV-LED 100 LED flashlights from China, Alibaba like 1/3rd the price compared to Amazon, detect urine stains around toliet and pets on carpet, detect scorpions, detect fake money, underwater reefs light up like psychodelic when night diving, amaze your friends.
24 oz. CO2 Paintball tanks for $20, plus screw valve blaster kit for $20. Turn upside down and blast dry ice powder to freeze / cool off anything without dangerous flourocarbon related gases which can destroy the ozone layer. Cheaper than flourocarbons also at $4 a fill. We all breathe out CO2 every breath, so don't go off on me about adding CO2 to the atmosphere, it's a natural, just stop burning fossil fuels and plant more trees (or fertilize the oceans)