Listen: Gauger on the Limits of Evolutionary Optimization


(T J Runyon) #41

Goodness. Really need to develop a filter. Atleast learn to recognize when things should be said or asked privately

(Dr. Patrick Trischitta) #42

Why? If you doesn’t want to discuss, she can say so.

(T J Runyon) #44

Man walks up to woman at bar: Hey baby. Nice rack!
Man’s friend: dude! You can’t just go up to a woman and say that!
Man: what? If she doesn’t like it she can just walk away.

(Ann Gauger) #47

I can see the sun glinting off those teeth as you say that. At least it seems to be an indicator of good dentistry.

(Ann Gauger) #48



(Dr. Patrick Trischitta) #52

Yes, keeping your teeth healthy is important. It is amazing what modern dentistry can do to keep your teeth, gums and jaw bones healthy for a lifetime. Tomorrow I go to the dentist for an implant to replace a molar that was pulled.

What about the sunglasses? Needed to protect those special multifocus lenses for cataracts. 20/20 vision PLUS ability to read without reading glasses at ages 60 to 90. That’s amazing. It is becoming commonplace for seniors to have better eyesight at 70 than they had at 20. The lenses used are better designed than what nature designed for those monkeys with the three rods/cones mutations that @NLENTS talks about in his book.

(Ann Gauger) #53

This stupid program Keeps telling me I have to talk to someone else. So please stop making me laugh.