It's not that bad. You can have decent quantities of metal in your body and still have an MRI. I had one last year and I have a permanent stainless steel retainer on some of my teeth. It wasn't an issue at all. I looked it up and apparently the only issue is the reduced quality of the scan in the area immediately around the metal.
And how many of these are simple funding cuts? The economy has been in various states of suckitude over the last few years so I'd expect to see plenty of cuts in government funding. Doesn't make it an anti-science conspiracy.
I think the key to getting accreditation for education is the separation of teaching from testing. They should be completely independent. Many higher level programs operate this way. You can learn in any way you want from private tutors to full university classes, but everyone takes the same tests and is held to the same high standard. I could go on and on about this but I'm sure many out there who have learned under this kind of system will agree that it's superior to the high school/university style of teaching, where teacher's are far more interested in testing students than actually teaching them anything.
Used windows. Tried linux. Couldn't get peripherals, such as printers, to work. Reverted to windows. Tried linux. Couldn't get peripherals, such as printers, to work. Reverted to windows. Stopped trying linux altogether. Staying with windows.
What the poster meant was that he's just too lazy to go to the gym when he could be at home watching TV. Any significant workout is going to make you sweat a lot, which is why you don't do it at your desk. If you just want a physical job then sign up to be a mail carrier or bicycle courier.