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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... OK innumerate doomer. I looked at your data and it further proved my point. Besides, there's a lot more and a lot worse pollution outside of "carbon pollution": https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=river+of+trash&page=&utm_source=opensearch ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... All of these protests and propaganda ultimately work in their favor. Here's my attempt at a very brief summary: various central banks and international finance organizations (IMF, World Bank, etc) use sovereign debt to transfer money to developing nations, either as outright checks or as earmarked f ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... Been super-busy, punching this out as quick as I can because I have to get back to work. I wanted to make sure I replied though, because I really appreciate your genuine curiosity. I was once very involved in climate movements, back in the mid 2000's...then I figured some things out. Please forgive ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... *You can't just expect foreign countries to live in mud huts while you drive your car around.* Damn, dude. Racist much? ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... I looked at the data and you're completely wrong. **There is no climate crisis.** LOL at your strawman arguments and the false choice that being a good environmental steward means that one has to fall for massive wealth-transfer schemes. By all means, open your wallet and pay climate indulgences. I ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... I meant exactly what I said. *There is no climate crisis*. Of course the climate changes. It's a complex chaotic system. Mile-thick glaciers over North America, anyone? These replies--imagine falling this hard for a malicious psy-op. Look at the people who have been pushing this for decades. I mean ...
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Answer: A: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... There is no climate crisis. You have thrown your money away. But if you're concerned about the environment and want to be a good steward (like me) and/or you think "carbon pollution" is actually a thing (unlike me), then you should head directly to India and China and discourage them to stop using ...
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Answer: A: Bioinformatician, a jack of all trades, but in the eye of the CV-beholder a mast
... Skill lists get you through dumb (objectively-speaking) filters, but if you want to prove your worth, put down your specific **accomplishments**. When I'm involved in hiring and I'm looking through the stack, I see no end of people who claim to know all sorts of skills. Invariably a good number of ...
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Answer: A: interval_list for hg38
... Here you go: https://gist.github.com/DeeSeeDee/6cecc9a62c59e3929a7906a276efdafa ...
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Answer: A: using bash variable in picard MarkDuplicates command
... The problem is not totally with your usage of variables. You're pointing Picard to the wrong location for the BAM (from the Picard output you pasted in the comment): Exception in thread "main" htsjdk.samtools.SAMException: Cannot read non-existent file: file:///home/cmccabe/NA12878.bam In your ...
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