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Depends on what kind of law. Patent law uses it to a significant degree.
Corporate or International
It makes sense to be a functional human being.
Basic science is fine. Not nuclear bull crap... im not working with cells in my life, ever.
If you want to understand how everything works in order to improve your knowledge and help you make informed decisions, its important. Otherwise, you're just guessing or buying what someone else is selling. To each his own.
Women's brains are 1/3 the size of men's <---- It's science
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
Alright what about this one:
Dinosaurs are extinct, and we are able to dig up their remains.... but what existed prior to dinosaurs, if anything? Is it possible that other remains are/were so deep that they eventually got melted down by the magma and stuff... recycled, and ultimately spewed back up to the surface by volcanos? Will this eventually happen to a lot of the dinosaur remains, and possibly human remains millions/billions of years in the future?
It makes sense to me. It's just a continuous cycle inward and then pushed back out, and then melted back down again.
I could be wrong, but I believe that what came before the dinosaurs is where all our oil and coal comes from.
I think all of our oil and coal and other fossil fuels come from fossilized plants that existed at the same time as dinosaurs.
So eventually, does that stuff (if it lasts long enough) work its way down to the molten layers and burn up? That could create some kind of crazy situation.
Resurrecting the science thread after seeing this story... I'm sure there are (insert number here) more just like it but dammit... this is the first one we found.
This week, reality trumped (science) fiction when two amateur astronomers discovered a planet with four suns.
Oh Nooo! Please don't question the flat earth evolutionists who've got it all figured out. There is no room for new ideas.
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