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Big organic and big nutraceutical companies make far more profit than any pharmaceutical and do zero peer reviewed research.
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PETA did nothing of the sort and had to drop the case. The only thing PETA accomplished was to remove copyright since the picture in the case was not taken by a human.
Not so much below the limit that is safe for the bees, hmm?
Given that the bees didn't die and they were able to carry out their primary mission (bring food back to the hive) I'd say their exposure was below acceptable limits.
Odd that they didn't look for other pesticide classifications like organophosphates, carbamates, pyretheroids, abamectins, etc. No, wait, it's not because they flat out kill bees with very minimal exposure. Neonics are one of the few things they can actually tolerate. Hell, cyantraniliprole, a fairly new chemical in the ryanoid class that was brought to market specifically to supplant neonics when they got the "bee killer" label flat out kills bees and hornets if you apply when they're around. I've used it for that. On purpose. The stuff we're supposed to use instead of neonics friggen kills bees. Nobody's surprised by that because it's still an insecticide and bees are insects, but it's not a "neonic" so nobody is going to ask if you use it.
I hear pesticides are rich in antioxidants.
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Hi, I'm not often posting but I have an anecdote. About three years ago I bought a house. First two years, no honeybees. This year we had them. Wowsa, great!! When I was young (40 yrs ago) honeybees were all around but haven't seen them for 20+ years.
Can I say what is different? Not sure. We are completely organic, but use horticultural oil for hemlock woolly adelgids & hemlock scale, not currently using but did/might future use spinosad for winter moth and gypsy moth. The exotic (asian, european) insects are very aggressive on native (north american) trees. Often defoliation is complete, no leaves left uneaten. It is hard to judge whether mild pesticides (horticultural oil, spinosad) to save the trees are better or worse than refraint for their (small, but non-zero) effect on honeybees.
Neonicotinoids seem to be a problem and restricting those has a high level of support. Let's start with removing those, and see where we go.
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Is this what Netflix wants, or what the content owners demand?
This would've been a legitimate question five years ago, but not so much any more. Netflix keeps shedding its third-party content in favor of its own, self-produced crap - so "Netflix" and "content owners" are now largely one and the same.
Dosage matters, unless you are a nutcase like Alex Jones who thinks one atom of aluminum (the most abundant metal on the Earthâ(TM)s surface) will instantly guaranteed give you autism. Itâ(TM)s better to have pesticides and cheaper more plentiful food than famines and global catastrophic starvation and possible extinction via war.
As long as Intel continues to try and push the VROC scam, I know I'll be taking my business to AMD.
AMD also now offers RAID-0 for NVMe, with similar performance - and without the extra cost of a (still non-existant) "upgrade key".
Even better, M.2 sockets on X399 motherboards are running CPU lanes, where X299 motherboard-mounted M.2s are DMI and actually require an add-on card for full performance.
The more I learn about Uber, the more obvious it becomes that they're a shit-filled cesspool without a shred of ethics or morality.
I was already pretty down on them, but this firmly cements my resolve to never EVER use them and to bad mouth them at every possible opportunity. Shitbags with a logo, that's all they are.
Because I had streaming. It offered less than half of what I was looking for. I look for great _old_ movies and they don't much do that. I've been seeing some really great old stuff. That's why.
Apparently you've never done computer support work.
I've actually done a lot of support work, as I expect most of us have, which is why I said it was closer to home for us. We are all painfully aware that other people are ignorant about computers and technology and like to show it, but we don't usually join them.
That used to be true, but at some point the rules were significantly relaxed, and now you can get fantastic apps like this one:
It's pretty great - you can even get GLSL code into the graphics card. I've no affiliation with it, and it's not free, but it was really worth the money.
I stopped watching when bones went crazy about how she's so smart so she should be president or that she's so smart that she can be a great leader, all while doing the dumbest, cliche, narcissistic crap possible.
So... you stopped watching after episode 1, I take it?
Do you have an alternative plan to protect bees from pests?
That's my point. The study did not talk about the money at all, it just mentioned the quality and the expectancy. So if the study did not use the accepted standard practice of estimating cost, than having 'no net difference' could be a HUGE benefit if it cost even 10% less.
Read on for a trip down memory lane.
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No cancer patient gets just one drug. A typical regime is surgery, radiation, plus a cocktail of multiple drugs.
a drug approved in ANY EU country could be sold in ALL EU countries.
Seriously? There is no process for determining if a drug is safe for all EU citizens before it is sold to all EU citizens?
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I did eventually get these issues fixed with Amazon after a string of complaints and them de-prioritizing Amazon Logistics on my account. But it's far from a unique experience. The official Amazon forums are flooded with complaints that go back over a year.
The whole thing about using Amazon and Prime is that you know whatever you buy will be there in two days, hassle free, no issue with returns, etc. But that two day thing is key. If the delivery network is crappy it'll kill Amazon's business. They really need to get that sorted out before they start trying to sell the service to other companies.
1.8 nanograms per gram in contaminated honey -- below the limits set as safe for people by the EU
Not so much below the limit that is safe for the bees, hmm?
I suspect Blu-ray playback quality is higher than HD streaming.
Blu-ray is much better quality than HD streaming. In order to fit all those bits in the internet pipes, they need to be highly compressed. Blu-ray is (supposed to be) compressed losslessly, and the HDMI interface has plenty of bandwidth for all those ones and zeros.
I have streamed many movies from different services, and watched plenty of movies on Blu-ray. Streaming is great because it is convenient, but ranges from acceptable to "blurrier than DVD" with HD content. I still buy or rent Blu-rays and actually use them because the quality is significantly better.
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As a little nostalgia trip, googled some of my old comments. I found one from 2005 that I firmly stand by today: "I think slashdot's quality has declined as the number of hot grits posts have decreased."
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Shows great wellbeing to the financial survival of big pharma.
But these numbers also result from the fact that most cancer drugs coming on the market are experimental and while the science might suggest a solution, it doesn't always pan out. Cancer is a difficult problem.
Shows great wellbeing to the financial survival of big pharma.
Well "big pharma" makes medicine to make money, if they don't make money then they can't make things like antibiotics that save lives, or common cold medicine that make us feel better and more productive.
If there is a problem with the medicines we get in the USA its from the FDA. The FDA refuses to allow many many drugs to enter the market because they haven't proven effectiveness. Well, it's impossible to prove effectiveness unless allowed to test the drugs on real and actual people. Sure, we're going to have a lot of drugs that don't work, and the drug companies will make a profit on them. That's because the people that develop the drugs cannot simply work for free. These people need to get paid, and show a profit, or they go do something else. Something else as not develop the next life saving drug.
Another part of the problem is we've already solved the big problems, what's left are the increasingly rare diseases. The R&D costs are then spread on fewer and fewer patients. That means pills that cost $100 each, before the FDA, insurance companies, and so on all get a cut.
The people in "big pharma" aren't evil for making a profit, any more than you are evil for getting paid for whatever you do to pay your bills.
To get a better sense of just how widespread neonic contamination is, Mitchell and his colleagues analyzed 198 worldwide honey samples collected as a citizen science project between 2012 and 2016. They found that 75 percent of honey contained at least one of the five tested neonics, and 45 percent of samples had two or more. Honey from North America, Asia, and Europe was most contaminated, while the lowest contamination was in South America. Neonic concentrations were relatively low: on average, 1.8 nanograms per gram in contaminated honey -- below the limits set as safe for people by the EU.
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