Monsanto holds many patents. On pesticides.
Hi, federal employee here.
Federal employee salaries are public information, searchable from a nice database right here:
Pretty much what the GOOG people are doing, but on a more limited basis. Seems fair.
This is probably the best reply I've ever read by the subject of an article posted to Slashdot.
That guy's chipping at evaporites from a concentrating pond.
Sorry, remind me please, which of these two is a rare earth?
Man, that's a sad... 7.4s? A stock 2015 Honda Fit MT is rated at 7.7s.
Basically they claim there are quantitative defense compounds in the almond made by the tree to reduce digestibility (for example, try to eat a raw white oak acorn, tannin city, bleh).
Soaking the almond supposedly causes them to metabolize some of these compounds... not sure it actually works. When soaking acorns, you're just looking to leach the tannins out, which definitely works.
What, you mean my Polaroid DVD player wasn't made in the USA?
I thought it was:
"What day is today? It's Bender's birthday! What a day for a birthday. Let's all have some cake!"
"And I explained in the review that the reason it wasn't a 1-star review and is a 2-star is because he admitted his mistake and contacted his insurance agent that day."
No bearing on the subject? Didn't you say this: "We could question what is and what is not 'natural' with this."
Even more fun is the huge die-off that occurred when humans first arrived in north america. Not just birds there, but many large mammals too.
It has always tweaked my brain if that is a "natural" extinction event too. I lean toward "yes," as the humans back then were basically hunter-gatherers. Then again, even spears and pit traps are technology...
Aside from leaving out all electricity costs and depreciation of the battery, that is.
I love that this comment got +4 Insightful.
When else is calling someone a "monumentally stupid cunt" ever going to be so insightful again? Probably only in the comments on a vaccine story.