I wonder if this study has the College Board a little worried about their relevance. Does the SAT make them a little money?
"...had to puncture multiple holes into the pack to apply water to the burning material in the battery."
That seems like a questionable decision unless all they had left was water. Did I read the timeline wrong?
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My favorite is this one: http://www.geteyesmart.org/eyesmart/living/3-d-movies-glasses.cfm
Thank you for inspiring me to research a little more than I had. Like you, I parent cautiously, but 3D once in a while doesn't make a blip on my threat radar. Happy parenting!
If you get hung up on "Children under seven are at risk of strabismus – period," then you may be missing the repeated use of the words "prolonged exposure" in the article and linked studies.
All things in moderation. That's my motto. Well, one of them anyway.
No. OSS = nirvana.
"The nuclear industry... have never lied about conditions at their plants or the scope of an event."
Google "Vermont Yankee Lied Under Oath" for your own education. It is very hard to find an unbiased source, but this is the best I can find:
"The underground pipes were of the sort that plant officials had earlier told lawmakers and the Public Service Board — the later under oath — didn’t exist."
I think modern nuclear power is important, and I'm usually a nuclear proponent, but Entergy is hard to love.
I'm not defending the site, but when you say, "If you can't criticize others because you might hurt their feelings..." this popped to mind. We live in interesting times.