This chart gives a crude overview, but there's a deeper discussion of the quantification as well as a nifty tool to calculate costs and savings for particular commutes in Vancouver.
Warning: some calculations include use of Canadian health care, so that factor will be bafflingly more difficult to calculate for those of us south of the border by, for example, making cycling somewhat more expensive (because society there will pay for the medical care you need after an accident) and possibly less beneficial (because while much of the medical cost of air pollution is covered by Medicare and Medicaid in the US, some is not). It should be close enough for an interesting comparison.
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In a magical world where you always get your wish, what would these be like?
In other words, plagiarism is an act of fraud. It involves both stealing someone else's work and lying about it afterward.
From a different source...
Both cases used the same image from a third source. Which in my mind is wrong. They are implying the image relates to the quote, which it does not. They are sourcing but who will click on the image!
Now back to my research. At what point does content switch from plagiarism to original content. Inspired from a post ... " do we just need to rephrase sentences?" Would love a good riposte.
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