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    It appears that both of these missions originated...

    It appears that both of these missions originated in the office of Future missions to Uncover Complexity in high Kelvin Environments Developed Using Protocols from nAsa Command, Research and...
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    And which doesn't justify the granting of...

    The VAST majority of R&D funding for the AstraZeneca vaccine came from government sources, with most of the rest from charitable trusts (mostly the Wellcome Foundation).
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    The VAST majority of R&D funding for the...

    So if big pharma in America won't make drugs, who will?

    Well, what about US Government labs?

    Some thoughts:

    Big Pharma:

    employs lots of smart people, who would still be smart without...
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    This is Henry VIII's tournament armour, currently...

    This is Henry VIII's tournament armour, currently on display in the Tower of London.

    It's specifically for showing off in public.

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    Yeah, everyone in the UK in 1983 thought the US...

    Yeah, everyone in the UK in 1983 thought the US would attack the Soviet Union, or vice versa, probably by mistake, and we would be obliterated in the crossfire. I lived fairly close to the USAF...
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    Sounds like Marx to me. It's the labour theory of...

    You are really on a roll!

    Land everywhere in the world rents for $0.00 per acre. The laundromat lets you use their washing machines for free. And when the Saudis pump oil out of the ground they...
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    The US government isn't a debtor in any real...

    Debtors (e.g. students, and middle-class homeowners) are the beneficiaries of inflation. Banks would be the big losers. That's why it's unlikely to happen.[/QUOTE]

    You logic does appear valid...
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    It's been six hours since my first shot, and I...

    It's been six hours since my first shot, and I don't even have a sore arm. If there wasn't a bandaid there, I wouldn't know I had it at all.

    Of course it's early days yet. I might wake up...
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    How can that possibly be good news, bad news, or...

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    How can that possibly be good news, bad news, or anything other than merely interesting news to a person in San Francisco?

    Does English law have a major impact on your life?
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    Um...when THE FUCK have Pave Hawk helicopters been deployed and police attack news outlets for the sole purpose of replacing some fencing?[/QUOTE]

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    33982 Thank You For Smoking

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    Unless it's Sarah Connor.

    Good.[/QUOTE]

    The EEOC states that employers can mandate vaccinations because “unvaccinated employees present a direct threat to others in the workplace”. Yet the military has no such mandate,...
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    The name certainly suggests a geographical...

    The name certainly suggests a geographical origin. Northern German cities often give their names to locally produced food items; The Berliner, for example, is a kind of jam donut. A glance at a map...
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    I am in the process of applying for a job with...

    I am in the process of applying for a job with Queensland Health, as a Database Administrator.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_as_food

    Brains are low fat.[/QUOTE]



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_as_food
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    The earliest specialization was likely the divergence of gender roles.[/quote]
    Probably.
    That's a very twenty first century comment. In reality it would have been childbearing vs everything else...
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    A couple years back I spent some time reading about different hunter-gatherer communities across the globe throughout history. One of the counter-intuitive things I realized is that Indigenous...
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    It's even more disproportionate than that. ...

    Yeah, it is nice to think that. Over 600,000 confirmed deaths, but we were being overly cautious.

    Meanwhile New Zealand and Australia paid what for a death toll that was 35 people per million...
  25. Comfortable it may be, but from an evolutionary...

    Comfortable it may be, but from an evolutionary perspective, our structures, technology and civilisation are no less part of nature than is a beaver dam or a termite mound.

    Life shapes its...
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