The article also uses MRSA, which is gram positive, as their prime example of resistant bacteria.
Does this only work on bacteria that are pretending to be gram-negative? It's like the menu from the pizza place in my neighborhood that uses quotes around words like "chicken." What are they really serving?
Humans are the reservoir for dengue in the western hemisphere, so naturally efforts should be focused on elminating this reservoir in the more southern parts of the area before the disease is able to spread to the more important countries north of Mexico.
but the "un" in unique comes from the latin unus, which means one. you can't be relatively unique any more than you can be relatively dead.
Problem is, everyone wants to do new construction. Most areas have a limited market for that sort of job. And in most areas the market is alread Walmartized by a few big operators.
you're also paying for guaranteed work and so that you have someone to sue if something goes wrong. Plus it isn't cheap to set up shop as a plumber.
what do you expect from a wingnut rag like the WSJ?
and those average incomes only apply when you can find a job. unemployment has been holding steady around 10% in the trades. most people can look forward to a lot of part time and temp work and a lot of layoffs going into electrical or plumbing.
reality is just about nobody gets to be an officer without going through one of the academies or ROTC, unless you're a professional like a doctor or lawyer. and the academy looks a lot better on your resume at promotion time than ROTC.
If the skills are so marketable, why is unemployment in the trades so dismal? It's still at around 10% for plumbers and electricians. I think the much hyped tradesman shortage is as imaginary as the STEM shortage. It's not that there aren't enough, it's that wages are too high for the bosses' taste.
It only looks right if you want everything to look like an 80s daytime soap.
You are seriously confused if you think depth of field control is a lo-fi effect.
Name your favorite movies and tv shows and I'm sure someone can point out all the long lens shots that prove you wrong.
Then you are an idiot.
oh, oops, i meant to say deeper.