and died at 22-25.
This is a known myth, listed on the Wikipedia page for common misconceptions. It's based on the mean lifespan of humans, which for most of human history is heavily skewed by infant mortality. Humans who survived infancy have always routinely survived into their 60s.
An organ is not an appendage, and appendages are not vital.
There isn't "free speech legislation", there's the First Amendment
I'm being super-pedantic, plus I agree with you, but I have to say that the First Amendment is technically in our current free speech legislation.
Magnets don't make rays, magnetic fields have divergence of 0
If there is no cash, and every transaction is traced, it becomes much more difficult to run a criminal activity.
Okay, let's take bicycles. Most people don't even know that their bicycle has a number stamped into it. Even if they do, and they bother to take a picture, the person who buys it would need to note that number in the transaction record. Say you're the chief of police, there's a wave of bike thievery, and you've spent months making sure that every person who might buy a bike knows the procedure. So the theives switch to stealing seats, wheels, derailleurs, and you're back to square one. Or they find a way to smuggle them out, and you're back to square one.
You could try to implement some kind of UPC registry for every single item, but anyone with any sense would run screaming from that.
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