But those are exactly the arguments why voter id is racist. Just ask the Justice Department.
ID may be required for everything except voting - for that it's racist.
Some assembly required.
...or that will undo all the cognitive gains you get from playing.
"Bodily fluids obtained during sex" =/= "sex".
I'd say that drug law enforcement has long since crossed the line into Orwellian. And it's leaking into other areas of law enforcement as well.
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It's never as simple as "Just grow some bugs and chow down". Most species of insects are hosts to assorted parasites.
For instance, the common grasshopper (yummy when fried) can carry tapeworms.
While we have lots of experience dealing with parasites of domestic mammals, not so much for bugs that live on other bugs.
Sounds like a stealthy way of killing off the project, by piling on requirements until it's obviously too expensive or risky.
It would cost the same delta-v to rendezvous with an asteroid as it would to reach the same orbit without the rendezvous.
Huge future assets aren't worth much if you're going broke now.
Conservation is important but there really aren't those kinds of big savings to be had. People don't want to drive golf carts to work and they don't want to live in the city. And I can't blame them. And 70F? Try 77 and it's still expensive.
And yes, boondoggles. Even in Germany. Read the "Government Policy" section of that wiki article. They are paying huge subsidies for renewable energy.
Don't just tell us, call the advertisers of The View and tell them.
Right up there with frying food or scented candles. We'll get back to you on that, sure.
What are the long-term costs of not exploiting domestic energy supplies? More funding for our dear friends the Saudis? Escalating death-spiral of energy prices while renewables turn out to be expensive boondoggles? Our Dear Leader did promise that energy prices would necessarily skyrocket, and that's one promise he seems determined to fulfill.
Fracking wells themselves are too deep for that to matter very much, also the pressure of fracking is momentary, much more like blasting in a mine. The problem you describe is more likely to be caused by a brine-injection well, which is done at shallower depths and is intended for long-term storage of the injected brine at pressure. I know, we've had several small earthquakes here in NE Ohio resulting from improperly operated brine injection wells.