They further looked at testosterone levels in the kids and followed them through early childhood. The children, girls included, who higher levels of testosterone were slower learning communication skills and had more interest in mechanical things.
*points* haha, you don't understand sarcasm in non-oral and non-facial forms of communications!
I hope you feel better now!
3 month, 6 month retention policies for enterprise email servers is pretty routine.
Part of the stress seems to be the long hours too; and it sounds like the cause is too much demand, not enough supply (of pilots).
The one on my parents' garage is going on 20 years now. Don't know the brand off the top of my head sorry.
We won't wreck the earth because of CO2. There used to be a lot more of it in the atmosphere.
Oxygen alone does not make an insect (let alone anything) bigger. That dragonfly got that big probably because there were no natural predators for it. There's a cricket in the mountains of South America that can get pretty big for those exact reasons.
Not the point, it's a much more relevant reference point.
Fahrenheit is a reproducible scale as well. Your point there is irrelevant. Your bottom line is nothing.
You don't call the Kelvin a Kelvicelsius there's no power by 10 conversion going on here. It's not "metric."
Agree wholeheartedly. Also to add, Celsius isn't REALLY metric. It's just part of the metric system by arbitrary decision. Another thing is, Fahrenheit's 100 was originally set to be about the average human body temperature. Even today, it's easy to tell that if you have a temp over 100 you probably are sick. Setting the bounds of 0-100 based on when water freezes and cools is incredibly arbitrary honestly. As water boils at different temps based on atmospheric pressure. Lastly, Rankine units. If you want to get into science and math, Rankine I think is better than Kelvin. Why? Same bound for 0 (absolute), but the units are the higher resolution Fahrenheit. Better precision, means less fractions, easier to do math with.
Just because a foundational principle is wrong, doesn't mean everything else is broken. The law or theorem could just be flawed. I don't understand your zero-sum way of thinking here.
Unless there's a flaw in "Noether's Principle;" a possibility that is and should never be left out of scientific research.
Anytime Galileo is brought up it's as proof that the Church is/was anti-science; which is patently false. Don't get pissy because your example is bad.
Fanboyism knows no limits when you're taught that Macs are all safe, secure, and virus free. So long as an actual exploit isn't published Apple's statistics are untarnished.