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Curious layman

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About Curious layman

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    Molecule
  • Birthday May 21

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    Wales U.K.
  • Interests
    Science, engineering, technology, pizza
  • College Major/Degree
    I wish
  • Favorite Area of Science
    All
  • Biography
    liberal at heart. Never voted.
  • Occupation
    CommScope ( telecommunication cables)

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  1. Ask if your concerned. Its not rocket science.
  2. If people are so concerned about not buying American food, then there will be incentive for food manufacturers who use better food practices to advertise it on their product. Like they already do with organic or corn fed etc...
  3. Why wouldn't it have country of origin written on it. Every item of food I buy has this. If people don't trust American food then they can choose something else. It's not hard to buy good quality food. If people cared about animal welfare as much as they say they do, they wouldn't buy half the food they do.
  4. Why? I don't see what the problem is. From what I've heard, it'll be the cheaper stuff anyway(chlorinated chicken), just don't buy it if you don't like it. With so many people experiencing food poverty in the U.K. cheaper food will help a lot of people. It makes me laugh, the amount of people I know who criticize American food, but will sit there dribbling while watching mans Vs food. 😂 Yum.
  5. How is this news? Should be in speculations or trash.
  6. Sorry I can't help you, but would the tor browser or duck duck go be any help?
  7. Off topic, but this is brilliant. As someone who has a habit of posting news with sensationalist articles, this a great pointer for what to look for.
  8. I think my computer is spying on me. This is the first video on my YouTube account after reading this post. 🙂
  9. It's a moment in time, that's all. Every country has ups and downs, Europe isn't a bed of roses either at the moment. Hopefully future gernerations will look back and comment on the changes in society that came about, and how much better off people were because of it.
  10. If A.I reaches its full potential the same could be said even if your in the top ten percent. The problem I see with giving people money, is that it's unlikely to be anything more than the minimum you need to survive. Most people would be living on the poverty line. If you try to earn a little more they'll just deduct it from your next payment. I agree with a universal basic income, but it needs to be more than just a cheque every two weeks. I've no idea what though. Also when people say everyone, does that include the wealthy? Not sure I agree with that, complete waste of money.
  11. https://scitechdaily.com/black-hole-plasma-conditions-created-on-earth-laser-briefly-uses-1000-times-the-electric-consumption-of-the-entire-globe/
  12. Thanks Studiot, no longer confused. Seems simple now. +1
  13. Very confused right now. Can someone please explain how you get these numbers: From these numbers: ??? Thanks.
  14. Is it not possible to go back into education? Are there other ways to get research experience outside of college without being employed? Don't give up. Good luck.
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