It's easier to digest than potentially wasting money and resources (that could be used for alternative vaccines) and giving people false hope with something that ends up the same as a placebo.
"- Look my Liege!
- It's only a model..."
I disagree. Having Linus yelling expletives at your average PC user would go along way towards educating them or scaring them away from computers.
The end result is the same in either case.
You have to be kidding.
The process goes like this:
NIMBYer complains and gets others to complain along.
Politician goes along in populist idea, arranges for additional costs.
Result is fed back into NIMBYers, who feel vindicated and grow louder.
Maybe you'll find someone else to help you...
Maybe Black Mesa.
That was a joke, HA HA, fat chance.
Yeah, it's an euphemism for "change for change's sake".
NIMBYism drives up costs. You can't completely dismiss something just because it's not a direct contributor to the problem.
Count all those and nuclear power is still safer by at least an order of magnitude, as repeatedly stated by numerous studies.
Is that the study from the other day that was summarily dismissed because it made up bogus costs for nuclear power, to make wind look better?
Yes, the operation could be described like this:
(a, b) -> (b, a)
Apple proudly announced that their Excel competitor now supports table transposing.
Cleverbot, is that you?
Don't let facts get in the way of your rant.
This latest case arose because of a man who arrived in the US like any normal person would. He was not flown under quarantine for treatment, he developed the disease already in the US.
Considering the record so far, it's far safer to fly people back to the US for treatment than to let them arrive on their own even if they show no signs of the disease. This allows us to reach a single conclusion and no other: that Dallas hospital has some explainin' to do.
If your advice had been followed, that man would still have died in the US, infecting this other person, and those who were successfully treated in the US may have died due to not having access to the same level of care.
She was not infected in Africa, she was infected in Spain.
Yeah, you shouldn't pull statistics out of your ass.