Medicine without science is as stupid as drilling a hole in your head… which, of course is exactly what they did…
A: I’m not going to take the Covid vaccine!
A: I don’t want to get chipped by Bill Gates!
B: Do you have a smartphone?
A: Yeah, why?
Should I vaccinate my kid, and if so why?
The short answer is “yes, you should definitely vaccinate your kid.”
But since you’re here I’m assuming maybe you’ve heard stories on the internet, maybe about a link between autism and vaccine, and it made you wonder if you really should risk it with your kid.
So, I am going to explore the notion that vaccines would cause autism, why it persists, why it’s wrong, and what causes autism instead. Finally, I’ll get back to this question to talk about why it’s vitally important that you DO vaccinate your kid.
Meteorologists are catching up with the rest of the world and realizing 2020 isn’t just a mess… it’s a hot mess…. in fact, probably the hottest mess ever.
Why is “north” “up” on a map?
I don’t understand the question…
Ok… it’s because the map makers (cartographers) that made the first maps drew them from “their perspective” and now, as you might have figured out from the above projections, it gets a bit hard to compare if it doesn’t continue somewhere along the same line…
“This is completely expected, and it’s just a reminder how ridiculous it is to try and meet a political timeline of having a vaccine before Nov. 3,” Jha told CNN’s Chris Cuomo.
I must say that I am shocked at reality’s unwillingness to submit to political agendas!
While trying to figure out a simple way to convert solar radiation (W/m2) to average surface temperature, I’m having a particularly bad Google-day:
Me: Hey Google, how do I convert W/m2 solar radiation to average surface temperature?
Google: Want to buy tanning lotion? No? How about a SpectroRadiometer? No? Hey! I bet Wikipedia has the answer!
Wikipedia: Blah! Blah! Blah! Blah! And then Blah! Blah! Blah and…
Me: Arrgh! Show me your face and I will punch it!
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! I know I’m punching above my mental weight class here but I have questions that need answers!
I think it is important mankind learns how to travel between stars and find new planets to colonize.
It would give our lives meaning beyond being a top-level predator.
If we were to go out among the stars and start terraforming planets, we’d use plants and animals from the earth, and all of a sudden their survival rate, in the long run, would increase manyfold.
We would be able to give back to other species for all the shit we’ve subjected them to…
Unless, of course, we started terraforming planets with life…
Doctors have placed humans in suspended animation for the first time, as part of a trial in the US that aims to make it possible to fix traumatic injuries that would otherwise cause death.
Interesting! This is, of course, one way to refine this technology to decrease bad side effects until it may be mature enough to even use it to go to Saturn…
Unless the side effects are worse than death, but it seems they’ve tested it on animals with good results…