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Currently the application are hosted remotely on the I-Phone. Apple has promised that the will release a native api in the near future. What they are seeing right now are NOT native apps.
Just a hunch but maybe there are terms in the contract that the vendors did not meet and the board thinks they have a valid case. What would they have to gain by doing this if they didn't?
Let's suppose Wal-mart started a floor at something reasonable, say 20$ an hour. This would attract a much better class of employee and in turn customers. They wouldn't spend nearly as much on shrinkage and retention as they do now... I think it would transform the entire company.
or 10 pounds of HX and a proximity sensor... just sayin'
Most of the junk science in the news is done this way- just shuffle around control variables until you get the result you want.
Maybe switch browsers or hot-swap a bad hard drive please no reboot!
Pretty sure that the newest 'shrinks' are done in the USA and when a process becomes mainstream they offshore the production.
How about the 'Hot Dog Stand' theme? That was handy too!
The article doesn't claim that the rates of acidification are the same, just that we are releasing carbon at a similar rate.
Current volcanoes are putting out carbon as well.
Did you read the article- the event is "gigantic volcanic eruptions in the Siberian Trap"- so yes, carbon may have played a part in acidification but so would sulfur. Obviously a import component of acidification was ignored to push an agenda.
Volcanoes release quite a bit of sulfur(oxides) which contribute quite a bit to acidification. Why is this not mentioned?
Most cattle out here are free range except for dairy, and there isn't much dairy in this region.
Getting someone off of a government contract is not easy.
Your statement "Actually the only meaningful indicator of "evolution" is life expectancy" is ridiculous on it's face. So 10,000 year old stands of Aspen or giant clams are more 'evolved' than humans?