Then you never been in situation where the director is doing something so stupid that you have no choice but to resign. My coworkers and I at one company got a director fired because he wanted everyone to sign copyright assignments for everything on the job AND at home. We told the HR person we weren't signing the document and would resign instead. Faced with a dozen resignations and potential lawsuits for something has absolutely nothing to do with our daily work, HR got upper management to fix the problem in a hurry. None of us checked out bank accounts before threatening to resign. We did it because it was the right thing to do.
Actually, I have. And you know what would have happened if we had stood up and done that? Within 24 hours contractors would have been brought in from India or China to do it anyway, and I would still have given up my job. I have a wife and kids that my losing my job would very gravely impact. As in, possibly cost us our home, cost my kids their access to education, etc. Right now, I need my job or else it directly impacts my family. It's noble of you to be willing to jump off a cliff on principle, but not all of us have that ability.
Then you're doing it wrong. No wonder you need money to grow a pair.
So, question, do you just get your rocks off being a dick for no reason? Real question. I've been respectful to you, and in turn you've been an ass. You haven't really added anything to the conversation other than trying to turn this into some kind of pissing contest. Power dynamics and politics are a real thing. You sound clueless about the industry at a fortune 500 level, and about basic human psychology.
The nintendo catalog tends to be focused on couch co-op. The PS4 and Xbox tend to cater to more mature audiences, and they tend to almost always focus on online multiplayer. While online multiplayer is still playing with other people, it's really you, sitting by yourself in a room, talking over some tubes to other people. It's just not the same as sitting down together and playing a game.
I totally get that a lot of homeopathy is absolute BS quackery. But there is absolutely some potential with herbalism, even though you still have to avoid the quackery. Good materia medicas exist, but aren't cheap.
The key is rigorous study, and this is where it is difficult because there's not a lot of profit motivation behind putting together scientifically rigorous studies for plants that anyone can grow easily in the home. A pharmaceutical company on the other hand can make a new chemical, patent it, create an array of easily prescribable dosages, control it on the market for a period of time, and use that period of time to recoup the cost of research, development, AND funding scientifically rigorous studies. No one is going to pay for a study to show that chamomile is a mild relaxant, you know? And this isn't anti-pharma BS, this is just basic business. No one is going to spend millions on research for something you can't patent. So, you get left with a lot of "well, there's little research."
Another problem with herbs though - every plant is going to be different. Each flower could have differing levels of active chemicals, so what do you call a dose? I respect groups like USP, but I feel like it is almost a losing battle considering how easy most herbs are to grow.
Memory fault -- brain fried