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Who is saying it's cooling?The last solar minimum has indicated a trend and it looks like the sun will continue to decrease its output this could lead to a mini ice age.
At the present rate of population growth there is no way that can be done in the next 20 years without sacrificing our standard of living. Why make life less pleasant when it costs nothing to make it better - and reduce CO2 emissions, if that makes you happy?
But why does speed really kill?Because the transfer of large amounts of momentum and energy to the human body tends to disrupt its vital functions.
If I have a head-on with another car doing 50 each, I would expect to walk away, unscathed, in my big car,Prepare to be disappointed. Briefly.
If we define the economy as the sum of all the trade within a national boundary
The economy is what people have to do to spend the least amount of time and effort for whatever they want to do between one another.but what if the economy isnít working?There's the weakness of any economic argument. "The economy" is not uniquely defined, and every attempt at a definition ends up with it being an effect, not a cause.
The OP was a tautology. Anything that can be proved within a system is a proposition or a result, not an axiom. By definition an axiom is a starting point, not an end point.If an axiom by definition is a starting point and not an end point,