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I do hope that the analogy with quicksort vs insertion sort is not supposed to be too close. Perhaps 'some algorithms are better than others' could be supported?

But generally I agree. SMTM have come up with an excellent technique for massively parallel hypothesis generation, and I think it will yield interesting results quickly.

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Dude all links to your blog are now broken, including the top search engine hit for 'experimental fat loss'. I had trouble finding it.

You need to tell your domain provider that http://exfatloss.com should redirect/also point to http://www.exfatloss.com.

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Can't be done, cause Substack is a piece of shit. I contacted both of their supports.

As you'll notice, http: (no SSL) DOES point. It's that https:// cannot be redirected without a cert, and you can't have 2 certs with Substack, although honestly this seems so bad it's hard to believe, but I can't even get an answer out of their support, I have to guess.

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Jan 29Liked by Experimental Fat Loss

Can you have two Domains on the same cert using the subjectAlternativeName? I know it's possible but not sure if it works with whatever you're using.

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Huh I don't even know what that is tbh. It seems largely a Substack issue, they're unable/unwilling to use 2 certs or something and their support is terrible.

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Dec 6, 2023·edited Dec 6, 2023Liked by Experimental Fat Loss

Oh well, nice to know that newly set-up private sector things can be mysteriously inadequate too. I'm noticing dangerously libertarian tendencies in my world-model recently, and it's good to see evidence the other way for once.

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Dec 2, 2023Liked by Experimental Fat Loss

Awesome. Excellent articles, Thanks,

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Dec 28, 2023Liked by Experimental Fat Loss

> O(n²), where O means “runtime”

Pardon my nitpicking, but O means something more like "at most, for large n". You can also say things like 'quicksort uses O(n) extra space'. That is, it's not just about runtime.

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