He really needs to cut out the bath salts. That's nasty stuff - you can tell.
Not at all. That's because we don't have teams dedicated to study tropical diseases or virology or epidemics or anything like that
Nope. Go read this fine article.
It is quite a bit more complex.
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War on Cancer
Turns out that "War" is a bad descriptor. How about "Global Viral Change"?
No it would not. I would give you a false sense of security. That is an enormous area that is virtually uncontrolled at present. All you need is dozen infected people to wander into some major city at the border of the quarantine region and it's all over.
Nobody has enough military forces to cover that much ground.
Just use the extra electricity to power giant air conditioners to counteract global warming.
See, that was easy. Just start thinking in terms of larger systems.
No, you just got all confused because of the Hocus Pocus sprouted by the OP.
Wave generators rely on bolting something down to the seafloor for stability and using the wave energy to push something back and forth. On a deep ocean drilling platform, you typically won't have the organized wave activity found on the coast where the slope of the seafloor guides the waves.
You still have the current (in some places)which could be used to drive a turbine but the big problem is that the energy density isn't all that high. That means you have to capture a wide area of wave or current. Which means big things. Big things in the ocean mean big costs, both in construction and maintenance. The ocean is a mean and nasty environment. WD-40 can only go so far.
On the Internet, nobody knows if you're a dog?
(Why do you know this?)
They fixed that little problem long ago. They flew for many years with the modified doors and hydraulic system.
You haven't complained about Unicode or beta recently.
Show me another MILF with an IQ of 80 who has inculcated herself as one of the highest paid cheerleaders of all time.
It's also depressing, but you didn't ask about that.
Critical thinking skills aren't that hard to pick up on the side while you're earning a STEM degree
You must be new here.
It is this. EMAIL IS NOT SECURE. No matter who starts it or finishes it.
If you are using email to do anything but send words of affection to your legally bound, opposite sex, partner (or recipes to anyone), you're doing it wrong.
Remember the bit about email being a postcard?