He's using the tools of physics, if that's what you mean.
Unfortunately vaccination is one of those issues where their mistake (loss of group immunity) hurts someone else (endemic measles finds a ward of immunocompromised patients). That's why it's a social issue, not an individual one.
I don't know if you've been following, but Andrew Wakefield fled the UK and doubled down on the crazy so I don't think you'll get any of those things out of him.
The CIA used a fake movie to get people out of Iran, that doesn't mean Hollywood is just part of the intelligence apparatus.
The whole idea of vaccinations is that they make it impossible for a disease to spread through a community, that it'll die in its current host before it finds another person who either didn't gain immunity from the vaccine or couldn't be vaccinated for medical reasons. You don't get that benefit at low coverage rates.
The True Scotsman called, he wants you to know that you're a terrible human being.
I would love to hear how that was supposed to work. Were human beings programmed to irrationally love things created by people called Randall Munroe, or are you arguing that he owns some sort of mind-control ray?
Those aren't changes for which practical data or experimental models exist, so he's unlikely to ever cover them.
Unfortunately exchanges are the de facto way to work in Bitcoin now; without a cultural shift back to personal wallets, exchange problems are now Bitcoin problems.
Skylab was pretty much done; future mission plans involved refurbishment. Just prolonging its existence would not have been productive.
For "metadata" read "your entire itemised phone bill". I think the layperson will grasp the implications of giving those to the NSA.
Lots of cultures have a myth about a dangerous animal, I don't think you could use that as proof that one asshole shapeshifter was terrorising all human peoples.
They engineered it so "no" doesn't work, unless you flat out refuse to ever let you kid use the tablet. If you say "yes" to one purchase - a reward because they've done their chores, whatever - then the tablet silently allows them to buy anything they want for the next 30 minutes.
The tablets aren't $300 and the children aren't toddlers. Next time you're baffled as to why a lawsuit exists, ask yourself if you have a problem with the actual lawsuit, or the one in your imagination.
It gets worse; the Guardian's comments are full of people sneering about how we are going to destroy this precious natural water resource now we know it's there. Part of me died inside.