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We're not otherwise spending the money fixing the world's most pressing problems
We (presumably you mean the United States) is indeed spending lots of money on world problems. If you rank the relative risk and potential consequences of things like over-population, genocide, disease, famine, extreme poverty, pollution, depletion of resources, etc, etc, versus the risk and consequences of an asteroid strike, it's easy to see why the money is better spent elsewhere.
which is what they build into the price of the drink.
A cup of soft drink from a dispenser costs almost nothing, a few cents at most. The price they charge is what people will pay.
The result of those moves are the new panels that Rive is unveiling today, which will produce at least 30% more power, while reducing the cost of installing solar panels on one’s roof by between 20 and 30 cents per watt.
30% more power than what?
Oh man, they should not retire the thing.
Why didn't you say "Oh person, they should not retire the thing"? It doesn't sound any more awkward than "Humanmade".
Neutrinos are into physicists.