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Not much informed consent in war these days, but plenty of documentary footage and even depiction of extreme nonconsensual violence as entertainment, Mr Bond.
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Cavendish, who was brilliant, but could never talk directly to people, but used correspondence.Sensible fellow. Written correspondence cannot be misquoted, wrongly attributed, or simply plagiarised. Couldn't, or wouldn't? I never speak to government inspectors, and insist that all transactions are in writing. The crooked ones do not like it.
Darwin, with his intense childhood focus on collecting bugs
In Darwin's second year at the university, he joined the Plinian Society, a student natural-history group featuring lively debates in which radical democratic students with materialistic views challenged orthodox religious concepts of science.Followed by years of collaboration and friendship with every major intellect of his era, and being invited to participate in years of exploration with the most accomplished seamen and navigators.....doesn't sound very autisitic to me.I doubnt that anyone with a hint of autism would cultivate the amount of publicity and controversy that Darwin (and indeed all major contributors to human understanding) endured. If anything, he comes across as a very sociable person.
You can safely assume that many scientists are borderline AutisticHow safe is that assumption? I've never met a scientist who I would call remotely autisitic. Progress in science depends on absorbing ideas from others, communicating your own findings, engaging in discussion and review, and lots of teamwork. Don't confuse the ability to focus and analyse, and the possession of a healthy contempt for consensus and imprecision, with autism.
Temperature is fully defined, and the fixed points on the Celsius scale are entirely adequate for determining the temperature of porridge since it consists mostly of liquid water.Things aren't quite that bad. She may not find it easy to calculate, but it's very easy to measure with a thermometer calibrated in K.Different types of thermometers have their limits in range and linearities. How would you calibrate them against each other, if temperature is not well defined in standardized definition?
Apart from the harm to the child in such material there is a danger that the viewer may become an abuser him(her)self.This is a sound argument. It is the reason that people pay lots of money to advertise their products in the hope of altering other folks' behavior, and it works. So why wouldn't the depiction of violence induce the viewer to become violent?
dinosaur variants can't come back, because there is no ecological niche for them (except in Jurassic Park).There are plenty of tropical swamps that could support almost anything we recognise from the Cretaceous period, including several varieties of politician and government inspector.
That's what I found as experimental results.Told you so.
Ice-water mixture don't maintain homogeneous temperature. Difference in density tends to make bottom part of the bath warmer than the surface.No, difference in temperature makes one part warmer than the other, and as water is denser than ice, the warmer bit sinks to the bottom.
For the benefit of those who don't understand the problem...Who's talking about burning anything? This guy just wants to transport 40 tonnes of hydrogen in one manageable shipment. He could do so by shifting 320 tonnes of liquid methane (or 350 tonnes of ammonia, as you suggested) and extracting the hydrogen at the destination, but however he does it, he will need a barge, not a truck.
Burning methane creates CO2.