«Almost all the antinuclear movement is anti-science when the health effects of radiation are discussed.»
Did you mentioned there which type of radiation were being discussing? Did you mentioned there how much radiation? time exposure? whatever other parameter? Because it seems you didn't...
So you better apply such lesson to yourself in first place before lecturing others. Just saying...
While the numbers of viable organisms and intact nucleic acid sequences decline with depth, they have been recovered from ice that is more than a million years old.
Results from the most recent study byWeißbach (2013) are summarized in the above figure. Other studies give similar results (Carbajales-Dale 2014). EROI was evaluated for power plants fueled by wind, photovoltaic solar, solar thermal, hydroelectric, natural gas, biomass, coal and nuclear. Because some sources require buffering, storage or load-following, there are two values for each source, with and without energy storage or buffering.
1) Propaganda de movimientos anti-vacunas liderados por gente con supuesta formación médica que se juntó con una creciente desconfianza en las instituciones gubernamentales y en corporaciones como las farmacéuticas y que han terminado de minar la confianza en las instituciones científicas.
2) La seguridad añadida de que en una población mayoritariamente vacunada, tu hijo tenga muy pocas oportunidades de enfermar
3) La idea (sesgo cognitivo) de que la inacción (no vacunar a tu hijo) te exime de responsabilidad de las consecuencias de una posible infección mientras que la acción (vacunar) te señala como responsable en caso de que algo fuese mal.
Esos tres aspectos se retroalimentan mutuamente creando un círculo vicioso del que es realmente difícil salir. Al menos espero que los casos recientes de brotes, e incluso víctimas mortales, puedan cambiar esa percepción.
For one thing, is the pace of technological change really that fast? “We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters,” the venture capitalist Peter Thiel has snarked. Productivity growth, which surged briefly after 1995, seems to have slowed sharply.
Furthermore, there’s no evidence that a skills gap is holding back employment. After all, if businesses were desperate for workers with certain skills, they would presumably be offering premium wages to attract such workers. So where are these fortunate professions? You can find some examples here and there. Interestingly, some of the biggest recent wage gains are for skilled manual labor — sewing machine operators, boilermakers — as some manufacturing production moves back to America. But the notion that highly skilled workers are generally in demand is just false.
Finally, while the education/inequality story may once have seemed plausible, it hasn’t tracked reality for a long time. “The wages of the highest-skilled and highest-paid individuals have continued to increase steadily,” the Hamilton Project says. Actually, the inflation-adjusted earnings of highly educated Americans have gone nowhere since the late 1990s.
US labour market outcomes, with the primary objective of analysing the number of jobs at risk and the relationship between an occupation’s probability of computerisation, wages and educational attainment. According to our estimates, about 47 percent of total US employment is at risk. We further provide evidence that wages and educational attainment exhibit a strong negative relationship with an occupation’s probability of computerisation.
The tasters in the first experiment, the one with the dyed wine, described the sorts of berries and grapes and tannins they could detect in the red wine just as if it really was red. Every single one, all 54, could not tell it was white. In the second experiment, the one with the switched labels, the subjects went on and on about the cheap wine in the expensive bottle. They called it complex and rounded. They called the same wine in the cheap bottle weak and flat.
- University of ManchesterMSc, 1992 - 1993
- ULLFísica/Astrofísica, 1986 - 1991
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