Sounds like a possible anti-inflammatory or astringent to me. Not just that Cambodian entry as the Fiji eye inflammation treatment.
That's the Unix Epoch.
It's an atheist thing.
There are plenty of devices which draw blood or fluids via suction. One example is the GlucoWatch:
The problem with these devices is that they often cause skin lesions, bruising, and pain. I would rather stick with the needles.
When you're sick with an incurable or hard to cure disease you try every stupid thing you can think about to get better. At worst this "whole foods" scam will have negligible negative health impact so I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of people tried it out just for the heck of it.
The extra ground clearance also makes the car more prone to rollover as the center of mass of the vehicle is located higher.
Fine. Pay for a private school which accepts unvaccinated children or home school them.
This is how you deregulate the energy market: you don't. It always turns into a cartel anyway.
It can be used for Cubesats. You can do a useable satellite smaller than a Sputnik today because the electronics are better. Yes it is mostly used for universities or things like that. There are also some people doing "space burials" so I guess this could be used for that as well.
Higher ISP than a regular chemical engine and worse thrust and thrust-to-weight-ratio I bet.
There are quite a few for propulsion. A few for space propulsion. But the whole field is just too new.
It is quite common for people in places without refrigerators to eat moldy food and the like.
Cost plus contract. The more 'accidents' like this happen the more money the contractors get from the government teat.
I guess you don't use Ubuntu.