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Since I’m a scientist, I oppose biohacking

    Understanding your own energy depletion and restoration is how to truly optimize

    Hack has meant many bad things for centuries. In the 1800s, a hack was a meager horse used to transport goods.

    Modern usage describes a butcher or biohacking ax murderer’s cleaver chop. The 1980s programming boom distinguished elegant code from “hacks”. Both got you to your goal, but the latter made any programmer cringe and mutter about changing the code. From this emerged the hacker trope, the friendless anti-villain living in a murky hovel lit by the computer monitor, eating junk food and breaking into databases to highlight security system failures or steal hotdog money.

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