Full disclosure: I'm a rabid pro-global-warming zealot.
You burn as much coal and oil as you can?
Racist By Default.
Germans, like all Europeans which are all fucking inbreds
Irony... like goldy or silvery, but made of iron?
Rainwater can be collected and recycled fairly easily. Crops of hydroponic vegetable gardens can be grown using robots. One level could be set aside for chicken and cows. Wind power can be generated on the top levels. A few levels can be set aside for humans. I would think that making the base with steel and upper levels with aluminum beams would be the most practical. It would have the best balconies ever! I can't wait to move in!!
If you started of with the center of many modern large cities with skyscrapers, you already have the support structure for a massive hollow pyramid in place. Of course, few of those cities happen to be in hot deserts.
I am saying "less is more". Or do you think 2.5k pages of Affordable Care Act + 10k pages of follow-on regulatory suppository is a Good Time?
Is this homeopathic economics?
No one can predict the future.
No, your reading comprehension sucks and the summary is correct. From the end of the fourth paragraph in the fucking article (emphasis mine):
The rodents showed significantly fewer signs of pain (an average of a 36% lower score on the grimace scale) when a male researcher was in the room than when a female researcher—or no researcher at all—was there.
Read as far as the sixth paragraph.
No more need to wear deodorant. My naturally musky smell will make everyone feel more at ease.
Unfortunately, the summary is incorrect. The article says the mice are more stressed with males around.
To avoid double taxation - just require them to pay to USA the difference in US vs Irish tax. If Ireland taxes them more than the USA then they don't have to pay anything. If Ireland taxes zero, then they pay the full to the USA. If they don't like that then they should behave more like separate companies. e.g. the Irish Microsoft CEO can ignore the US CEO on what to do with the billions of US dollars
I'm a bit hazy on this myself, but I believe the way it works is this: under Irish law, the profits are to be taxed in the US. Under US law, the profits are taxed there when they are repatriated from the subsidiary to the parent company. So, the profits are never repatriated, they are instead sitting in a dollar account in a US bank (to avoid losses due to currency fluctuations) belonging to the Irish subsidiary of the US company, until such a time as congress decides to lower tax rates so they can take it all back "home" (it is already back in the US, just untaxed) for free. Until then, banks will be more than willing to lend them whatever money they want or need in the US, because they have this massive pile of cash lying about.
Basicly the only illness you can catch today that didn't exist 200 years ago is AIDS.
I'm willing to bet it was around in some form or other. Diagnosis of it, however, would not have been, especially given that its human origins are probably African bushmeat.
"Either" goes with "or" and "neither" goes with "nor", though neither "or" nor "nor" need either "either" nor "neither" (respectively) in all cases, and neither do either "nor" nor "or" ever pair directly with "and" as you had them, though either "and either" or "and neither" can introduce an "or" or "nor" clause (respectively) into a larger "and" clause just fine.
I think that might be the best sentence I've ever tried to read out loud.