Charity Science Health receives GiveWell Experimental grant and other updates

post by Joey · 2016-11-16T20:28:42.966Z · score: 11 (11 votes) · EA · GW · Legacy · 4 comments

It's been awhile since we posted on the EA forum, and we have some big updates about our projects. Here is a short summary with links to more detailed explanations.

 

Charity Science Health

 

Charity Science Outreach (our classic Charity Science outreach and fundraising work)

 
We are also actively seeking volunteers, particularly for Charity Science Health research and legacy promotion. We’ve found that our plans can be significantly sped up through volunteer assistance and we’re looking for as much help as possible. We have large amounts of high value research our team will not have the capacity to do without the help of EAs. Sign up to volunteer here.

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comment by Julia_Wise · 2016-11-16T21:33:13.530Z · score: 6 (6 votes) · EA(p) · GW(p)

Congratulations! I'm excited to see where this goes!

comment by debra56 · 2016-11-17T23:05:19.079Z · score: -4 (4 votes) · EA(p) · GW(p)

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  • It comes with a 4 digit pin just like every other ATM card,
  • It can be topped up when the money in it has been exhausted, It is untraceable and undetected. The cards were successfully programmed with the hard-work of our hackers. And they are cloned using a writer (MSR 606). If you need to get the cards, order one today and it will be shipped to your location. Contact us on: "STANDARDHACKERS@GMAIL.COM" **Serious buyers only**
comment by Rick · 2016-11-17T23:27:18.397Z · score: 3 (3 votes) · EA(p) · GW(p)

Ah, but have you done a RCT with a cost effectiveness analysis on this? I am dubious that hacked ATM cards are a more cost efficient intervention than, say, funding free bed bet distribution!