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From the research paper:
The lexicon has entries for about 24,200 word–sense pairs. The information from different senses of a word is combined by taking the union of all emotions associated with the different senses of the word. This resulted in a word-level emotion association lexicon for about 14,200 word types. These files are together referred to as the NRC Emotion Lexicon version 0.92.
The thing that disturbed me the most about his article was the last sentence:
Indeed, the most somber speculation I can make about A.D. 2014 is that in a society of enforced leisure, the most glorious single word in the vocabulary will have become work!
It's actually more likely to build resistance - because USians pay for their medicine, they are much less likely to complete a course of antibiotics.
I disagree. Antibiotics aren't a recurring prescription. When you get the script it is for the full course. So you have to pay for the complete treatment or get nothing. There is no in-between.
Almost all of the stuff in the released documents were things that would have been reported in newspapers 50 years ago. But in this age of embedded journalism, military officers working as media pundits The People is missing the key ingredient to preventing war, understanding how terrible it is.
Thank you, I glad to read that someone else understands.