OpenID enabled websites offer you the opportunity to go further: send no password at all over the network.
OpenID relies on an Identity Provider (IdP) to validate your identity. You can set up your own IdP, and if you have a PKCS11 compliant smart card, your web browser can use it to perform client certificate authentication to the IdP using the certificate and private key stored in the smart card.
Easy to build is one thing - easy to build AND make them viable is another.
Problem is: nuclear is not viable on the long term. Of course it brings you power without carbon footprint, and this is good. But nuclear fuel is not available in infinite supply. On the long term, renewable are the only viable sources.
You can't go 'on strike' because nobody is buying your product.
French are used to have a strong state that has some economical involvment. They often go on strike to call for state action, which would here be protectionism and/or subventions. Of course within today's EU, state cannot do much, and this is a reason why people are increasingly rejecting EU.
The body obeys laws of thermodynamics, but it is a complex system with feedback loops. Eat less, and the body reduce the energy it spends so that you do not loose fat.
There are tricks to game body feedback rules, however.
USA and EU will probably have to harmonize patent law for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. It should normally be legislator's job, but sometimes it does not work, and ourt have to do the job.
For instance, EU countries signed a treaty in 1974 saying that computer programs are not patentable, and as a result they all have this provision in state laws. That did not prevent patent offices to grant software patent in EU, that just makes them difficult to enforce.
Maybe "leaky gut syndrome" is to blame for some things. Or maybe it isn't. Scientific research isn't even sure it exists, which your post conveniently omits.
Leaky gut syndrome can be assessed, by looking at normally non digested sugars in urine. Here is a paper on the topic, and you can find many other ones.
(Also, allergies and autoimmune diseases are not the same thing as autism.)
I never said they were. I just pointed that in some case they have the same cause.
Of course gut microbe play a role. Some aggressive species are able to attack the gut's cells, which cause the leaky gut syndrome, where food proteins not completely digested can enter the bloodstream. The immune system will seek and destroy them, every day, on every meal. That can trigger allergies and autoimmune diseases.
Moreover proteins from milk and wheat contains sequences that are hard to break down, and that can activate morphine receptors in the brain. They are called caseomorphins and gliadomorphins. Some (but not all) autists have success in reducing their symptoms by adopting a diet without diary product and gluten, and it is suspected this is for that reason.