Coal gets a bad rap because almost all of our coal energy comes from 1970s era plants that have been getting exemptions from required upgrades for close to 50 years now. The plants that have been built since then (about 5% of all current plants) are awesome technological marvels, but they're in the vast minority.
Hawaii also doesn't participate.
The Jetsons also didn't have stairs, curbs, pedal controls and all the other obstacles that legs are really good at overcoming.
Funny thing about placebos. If you have a severe bacterial infection and you're rendered unconscious, if a doctor administers a placebo antibiotic nothing happens. If the doctor administers a real antibiotic, your fever will go down and you'll wake up.
SCOTUS is bog-standard, IANAL but AFAIK you should be able to figure out SCOTSO Nevada. If he had said SCOTSN you might have had a point. IMHO.
The patent for the Teletype machine was issued in 1907, any variation thereof, up to and including paper punch cards would probably invalidate the patent.
Your immune system is virtually bullet proof under those circumstances
In the United States, heroin is a schedule 1 drug. Which means it's illegal to use it for recreational, medical, or research purposes.
Even if heroin were a better choice, it's illegal to reintroduce it.
Do you have a source for that comment?
From what I've read on the shuttles, they were normally landed on full auto-pilot except for the first or second launch, where it was done by hand.
Cheap steel bikes can weigh north of 40 lbs, yep. Heavy Aluminum bikes can weigh north of 32 lbs. My roommate has a folding aluminum bike, it's 36 lbs before you add on the rack, fenders etc.
I have a late 70's lugged steel frame bike, it weighs about 24 lbs, probably closer to 26 now with the rear rack and fenders.
By comparison my aluminum road bike weighs about 21 lbs, only a 5 lb difference between the two, but 19 lbs lighter than a cheap Walmart bike! A modern $1200 aluminum bike can weigh less than 18 lbs
TL;DR not all steel bikes are made the same.
You don't use your arms to support your weight on a road bike, you use your "core" torso muscles. Try riding in an upright position until your core strengthens enough to ride in an aggressive road bike position.
Source: 31 year old bicycle commuter on an aggressive road bike
Yes, Titanium is not a ferrous material.