This is a great point. More importantly, I would suggest a vast majority have no idea what "electromagnetic radiation" is and are ignorant to the fact that they are bathed in it, in this part of the spectrum - 2300-2400 MHz everywhere they go.
I completely understand why [...] most websites wouldn't want to have comments. I think 75% of the time they're more trouble than they're worth[...]
Yeah, well, at least fucking Slashdot still allows fucking comments. Can you imagine Slashdot without all our fucking insightful comments?
For the record - the president vetoes. The Congress passes bills or not. Trump and any president can submit whatever bills/ideas/threats to the Congress they want. Then, they can go to committee (after significant or no modification) or not, they can be voted on in committee (after significant or no modification) or not, they can be debated in Congress (after significant or no modification) or not, they can be voted on in Congress (after significant or no modification) or not.
So yeah, it is very hard to get things done in Congress.
An 'easier' answer, might bend the rules a little bit..... If you walked a mile to the south you would be 1 mi S. of equator. Then 1 mi W and you are still 1 mile S of equator. Then 1 mi N and you are again on the "exactly" on the equator - 0.
Just a thought.
This really intrigues me because it never struck me that this could be a mechanism for antibiotic resistance. It is even more interesting to me knowing the first CRE (Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae)
clearly arose in India [source]
but the reasons weren't clear to me and I just naively assumed it was a random mutation. India, also according to to that same paper has quite a problem with antibiotic resistance which one wouldn't expect as there isn't so much of a problem with antibiotic overuse as there seems to be in the West. So, maybe not so random and maybe we have honed in on a legit reason for growing resistance.
This is the same excuse many people use about eating out in a restaurant or having a drink in a pub. Yes, at home it will be cheaper, but this is often not about just the money. It should be about social contact.
I like the sentiment of OP's post, and for sure bars, restaurants there is a social element. But for movies? The most social they get is a glance to your buddy/SO in a "did you just see that" kind of way.
Clearly they have upset the G.O.P.
No problem is so formidable that you can't just walk away from it. -- C. Schulz