I'm sure the mice will tell us when we've reached that point.
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True, but probably the biggest part of the reason why NASA false colors most images is because it's necessary when depicting wavelengths that would otherwise be invisible.
On average, most musicians don't even make enough to give up their day jobs.
I've got nothing wrong with the bikers. But I hate with a passion the stupid bikes with obnoxiously loud pipes thundering down my street all day.
They are talking about kit kat vs lollipop, not 5.0 vs 5.1. But with the awful memory leak in 5.0 that has never been fixed they did leave themselves plenty of room for improvement.
I'm the one you should be responding to, and your making a distinction between what you said and what I said where there is none.
You say don't let thy the claim have any effect on your life and so you don't believe it and go on as of it was never made. I say assume the claim is false so don't believe it and go on as if the claim was never made.
How is acting as if the claim is false different from assuming it to be false in any meaningful way?
Except there was no emotional appeal to create this regulatory power. This was done only after years consumers demanding it.
It's not unscientific at all to assume a claim is not true if there is no evidence for or against it. It is the responsibility of the one making a claim to provide the proof.
The difference with OTC drugs is that they are regulated. You know what you are actually buying and you know what has been tested and shown to be a safe dose, and any risks are also printed on the bottle.
Car2Go already had to deal with that problem. Is it really a problem for them though?
Finally a use for that giant abandoned circular tunnel that's been sitting out in Texas for the last few decades.
The climate is already changing, the goal is to reduce the amount of change.
How many people actually agree to working free overtime during negotiations with potential employers?
Actually there is nothing to see here, but thanks anyway for the weak attempt at a Bill Hicks rant.