When you look at the effort involved in creation the difference is pretty vast.
I've never experienced this and I do it a lot on old cars that I drive for a long time. I imagine it could if you were bad at it and grinded a lot.
Did you know you can change gears quite easily without using the clutch? Just move it smoothly at the right point in rev cycle for an upshift and give the engine a kick above the required matching speed for a down shift with the accelerator for a downshift (the downshift requires a fair bit of practice!). It's much easier on a petrol than a diesel, but possible on both.
On the contrary, acquiring a very large haystack in which to put your needles is not in any way effective.
Why not just pop yourself onto wikipedia:
Variations in total solar irradiance were too small to detect with technology available before the satellite era
1885-1889 is a period of five years if it's inclusive, which generally it is...
All I'm reading is that you haven't been anywhere.
I also completely fail to see how you can possibly claim healing someone with a broken bone or suffering from cancer can possibly be construed as a "hand out" rather than a "hand up", would you be so kind as to try and explain the logic there?
What a load of horse shit, why don't you share what charities you give to and how much? A more self obsessed pile of bile I have rarely seen. I am pleased you feel that I am superior to you, but I do wonder how you reached that conclusion from what I typed.
Your wild accusations are an amusing insight into your personality defects. I already pay for plenty of people's real health care because I live in a sane country that recognises the value of looking after it's citizens, I also have the option of paying for health insurance if I wish. Plenty people die from lack of health care rather than simply going into debt, either because they wait too long because they are worried about costs or because they can't get decent treatment. Your attitude borders on psychopathy.
It takes a special kind of person to think people should die because they can't afford a doctor.
"The Player of Games" by Ian M Banks imagines a similar scenario to this, it's actually not a bad book.
Hardly, they had the chance to take him alive quite easily but chose to assassinate him.
Ummm, from the article in the comment I made?
Dystopia is in the eyes of the beholden.