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Airline: CDC Warned 'Possibility' Ebola Nurse Had Symptoms on Plane
Thu Oct 16, 2014
In reply to: Gloria-3064163 #2Well, Katrina and its aftermath resulted in 1,833 fatalities (NOAA), and Ebola has so far only killed 1 in the US. So, presently, Ebola is only about 0.05% Katrina. Secondly, we (biologists) know how it is transmitted. It is largely a blood-born pathogen. I do …
So Really, How Do You Get Ebola? Coming Days Are Critical
Mon Oct 6, 2014
In reply to: @PsychoChick966 #3First of all, no virus is alive - it is not a living thing. Second, Ebola is an enveloped virus. This means that the proteins it needs to infect an individual are carried on something called a lipid membrane. Now, while this membrane is effective at enabling the …
Appeals Courts Disagree Over Obamacare
Tue Jul 22, 2014
In reply to: wwyckie #3 Single payer, anyone?
Wed May 28, 2014
In reply to: NJSteve #34.2 According to the Scale of Economic Freedom created by The Heritage Foundation in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal, there are actually 9 countries ahead of us: Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Canada, Chile, Mauritius, and Denmark. Toleranc …
A Big Political Fight Over Climate Change is Coming
Thu May 22, 2014
In reply to: ricardoh-3917836 #12 You should really get in the habit of reading your linked articles more closely: Newsweek: "Here is the text of Newsweek’s 1975 story on the trend toward global cooling. It may look foolish today, but in fact world temperatures had been falling sinc …
vladimir putin pulls russian troops from ukraine border
Wed May 7, 2014
In reply to: stone6 #2 Agreed. I really cannot believe that, in our technologically advanced age, we can't snap some photos to show the world, "see, they're still there." If he is lying, show the world.
Russia Mocks U.S. 'Knowledge of Geography' After Drill Fears
Tue May 6, 2014
In reply to: AKRandy #3.2 If you read the article, you may have noticed that it was General Carlsisle of the USAF that made these remarks to the Washington Center for Strategic and International Studies and has nothing to do with the president or his administration. In fact, I know …
Scientists More Certain Than Ever on Climate Change, Report Says
Wed Feb 26, 2014
In reply to: Avaguat #21 Actually, you bring up a good question: what should we do? It might be best to invest in new ways by which we can build efficient and easily implemented carbon sinks. While I believe we certainly need to limit the carbon emission rate as well, it may be …
Tiny Houses: A Big Idea to End Homelessness
Wed Feb 26, 2014
I can't help but be eerily reminded of the "Hoovervilles" that popped up during the Great Depression. While I applaud this idea for at least addressing the ever-increasing number of homeless individuals, what are we doing to make sure they don't end up there in the first place?
Evolution debate plays out on creationism's home turf
Mon Feb 3, 2014
Actually, speaking as a molecular biologist, "true science" does not test all opposing viewpoints. We make hypotheses which expound on existing data. For instance, I am not going to test whether pixies are responsible for cancer, because we have found no experimental evidence to even sug …
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