It's true because it can't be disproven.
If this is the sole and leading cause of diabetes, why is it that type I nearly always occurs in childhood or, rarely, in adults? If it's solely virus mediated we would see a more even distribution of type I diabetes.
I'm not ruling it out, but other things have to be at play here.
Industrial (current) uses of boron do not deplete our supply. It stays on earth, in the form of boron. Therefore it can be recycled. We won't run out of boron until we use it all up in the reactors. That will take a thousand years
Have a giant fan with blender blades in front of the intakes. It might be cruel though, so that may be a bad idea. Doesn't sound very humane or jellyfishane
What cash cow? There is a lot of competition from India and elsewhere and in fact the profit from HIV drugs has become very low now. It used to cost $1000 a day to treat HIV
If it's such a profitable business to make HIV drugs why don't you make them? You can make them in India or South Africa where patents on medicines are not recognized. Also you can slightly modify the drug's molecular structure (without affecting its effectiveness much) and not have to worry about the patent.
What do you mean fact check? It's all fiction. None of it is fact.
But I have my doubts on Oculus VR's ability to use Google. For example, there are 500ppi displays available in Japan, yet Oculus doesn't know how to find them (hint, google 500ppi).
Frankly they need a minimum of a 500ppi display for this thing to be screen-door effect tolerable
For it to be perfect I don't see how they can do it with under 700ppi
Uh, you are supposed to invent something and start your own company after you gain some seniority. Obviously you will get paid the same if all you are going to do 10 years after being hired is the same thing you were doing the day your were hired.
Have you tried the Rift? The kickstarter dev version has low latency
1920 x 1080 is not enough (960 x 1080 per eye
This is dead on arrival because Schumer proposed it, and Schumer isn't exactly liked by Republicans in the House. I would be surprised if this thing makes it to law.
And even if it does, it's so full of loopholes.
We need a campaign to turn off http. Only https should be allowed, websites should be discouraged from allowing http access. Browser makers should help too, but having popups whenever someone goes to an http site.
A discretely held phone is more useful for them than google glass since they would be noticeably staring with a phone you don't need to stare their direction while either holding it casually or a pretending to play a game or talk on the phone perpendicular to the action.
This can still be fooled with video by using computer generated 3D models of the target face. It could use a video of the person to validate the computer model.
Why can't browsers tell me which tab or window (let alone frame etc) is playing sound and also offer a way to disable it? It's cause their customers are doing it. Oh well, I woulda expected better from Firefox.