Perry has stated his disbelief in evolution (which is reason enough to want him gone) but Texas itself still teaches it.
Men who were in the lower half of the ACC activity ranking had a 2.6-fold higher rate of rearrest for all crimes and a 4.3-fold higher rate for nonviolent crimes.
My math may be off, but I don't think it is higher for violent offenders, if I'm reading this sentence right.
Rate * normal for non-violent offenders = 4.3
Rate * normal for all offenders = 2.6
Rate * normal for violent offenders = X
(4.3 + X )/2 = 2.6
4.3 + X = 5.2
X = 5.2 - 4.3
X = 0.9
The argument that someone is stupid for not believing we've been to the moon (and when I say "we", I should've said "astronauts") because someone else has said there are ways of proving it, is self-defeating.
No, not really.
If someone claims Neanderthals came here in spaceships from the planet Neptune, are you obliged to say, "That's plausible"? No, because the origin of Neanderthals has been thoroughly studied, and multiple people, all over the world, have verified it. You're not obligated to believe every bit of crazy horseshit someone says simply because you haven't independently verified the truth. Such arguments shouldn't be taken seriously. One should simply classify such people as paranoid schizophrenics and go on with one's day.
You have to ask yourself: is it really worth developing an app that integrates with, or worse runs completely on Facebook's platform?
No, you don't. The answer should be obvious. It's not worth it.
I have a friend who is only moderately stupid that firmly believes that the moon landings were faked.
I would submit to you that if your friend firmly believes that the moon landings were faked, he's far more than moderately stupid. With all the evidence, believing the moon landing was faked is right up there with believing that the moon is made of gouda cheese. There's a reflector on the moon. If you know the coordinates, you can actually bounce a laser off of it back to Earth.
I don't think "khama" is a thing (real or not).
Karma, on the other hand...
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.