"Now you go online, select a partner, and you are immediately dating someone who is at least interested in you. Of course online dating is still work, but the emotional labor and risk of failure has been significantly reduced."
Dude, you're an idiot. After having spent a year and a half on numerous dating sites with absolutely zero success, I can attest that the emotional labor is every bit as trying as it is in the real world. Personally, I prefer being snubbed in person, at least then I can get the satisfaction of making the person uncomfortable.
It astonishes me that you pretend to speak so authoritatively on a topic about which you clearly know nothing.
There's a bit of air clinging to the moon as well.
Grew my own bird's eyes last year, came out great. Dried them out and they developed a really nice smokiness to the flavor. Good heat too. Next year I'm going to try a few more types.
Unknown (or unknowable) and uncertain aren't exactly the same thing, and I don't think Heisenberg's principle applies to the discussion. There's still plenty we don't understand about QM, but we will figure it out, given enough time. If the Universe is essentially "digital" as Planck would lead us to believe, that may just be an effect of the holographic principle. Once we start considering higher order dimensionality, damn near anything is possible.
Don't mix them, religion will never tell you how in a reasonable way, and science couldn't give two cents about why.
I like that.