"All this is very disturbing as is all war.
But behind all wars there is always a Third Party beavering away.
It is a concept very few can grasp or believe such is the PR power and cleverness of these guys when they get into high positions. As…"
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"3 GPs (one also a respected Uni lecturer) in our immediate family, plus 2 other science PhDs and another GP
Therein lays my problem. The “scientists” are in such conflict and disagreement over the subject it leaves a lay person…"
"I will contend that polymer science ain't engineering, it's 100% chemistry.
No contest on that of course. My point was more about the cultural attitude of the German nation. One of pride in precision at whatever they do.
"Looking over your comments I don’t see a lot of difference between what I said and what you said.
Polymers are strongly replacing metals.
That to me is still high quality engineering. My point was it is an ‘attitude’ thing.…"
" I assign Creative Commons to the article. Go for it. Author recognition only required.
"Australia. Where to from here"
But yes a good catchy heading would be worth thinking up.
I'll see what I can think up.
"Have a look at Germany, a country which also has high wages, but which manages to retain and enhance thriving manufacturing - based export businesses. How do they do it? With genuine productivity, and development processes that work.
Germany has a…"
"Wiki has this to say:
French fries (American English, with "French" often capitalized), or chips, fries, or French-fried potatoes are batons of deep-fried potato. North Americans refer to any elongated pieces of fried potatoes as…"
"I searched 129 dictionaries. Onelook.com
The word does not exist.
Onelook.com says, No word listed.
Google says the only place one can find it is in your entry on JG Hahahahaha
But I enjoyed the fun of looking and you pretending you had…"
"Oh I get it.
It's from the words from the old Range song.
Augh gas me A home
Where the buffalo roam
And free beer from my aunty all day
Where seldom is heard
A complaint from my bird
And the highs are not dowdy all day"
"I'm afraid I am confined to doorways at the moment with this piece of meat I have to drag around with me to get anywhere. Soon enough, as time goes by, I expect I will have a good ghost’s chance of passing straight through the doors as…"
Doors are the biggest mind-altering phenomena of all time it seems. All we have done is take advantage of their built in natural influences
It doesn't matter what door you go through you always do something different from what you were…"