Odd, I don't remember this in my optics classes. But ya never know it could be sort of correct.
Then why bother to mention it until the reviews come out.
Except that I don't think they are the same, and I'd like to see your sources please.
I'm ashamed of the fact that Rush Limbaugh is of the same species as me.
Agreed. It's why I won't buy Brazil raised beef products. I bet that sugar beets are grown in a slightly better configuration though as they do yield at least twice the sugar per acre and don't require burning the fields to harvest them.
Yes, I see your point. Since you are only 6 years older than me I guess that means that it's our generation who started to care. But I don't see it coming from our generation now. Half of those neocon morons are ours.
"general purpose" may be the key there.
However, I find that I may be a bit premature in my thinking. Rat park did indeed seem to prove the opposite. However, the jury is still out on that one.
But they will if they can find it. There is nothing a rat will do in captivity that he wouldn't do in the wild if given a chance. The chances just don't happen in the wild. Hell we push that button in our own natural habitat, what makes you think a rat has any better impulse control out of captivity?
Please explain how deforestation, global warming and pollution are not shit that happens. They all happen with or without us to make them happen, deforestation, and pollution are usually the results of a volcanic explosion, but can also be the results of an asteroid strike. Global warming has happened many times before men had any hand in it. If it hadn't we wouldn't be here. We may contribute to any of the disasters you name as "made to happen" but we also are a force of nature, in other words we are shit that keeps happening. Don't forget that a beaver builds a dam for a beavers purposes, we build dams for our purposes which one is not natural?
Brazil grown sugar beets actually. But it is chemically identical with cane sugar.
What have "men" got to do with it...
I don't see how your reference to history refutes in any way his statement that baby boomers parents heavily exploited nature. Maybe you don't consider grandparents parents? Granted they were not solely responsible for it but hey they did do a good job. And yeah they were my parents too in a broad sense of the word parent.
Simple he didn't say where his bathroom was and that will surely draw insects, bingo bat guano. Come on people use a little imagination, I want to know what he burnt in the smelter.