When I type iacc into my iPad, it suggests that I might really mean "inaccurate." How accurate!
Gatorade removes a possibly dangerous compound from its drinks. Now that the world is safe for Gatorade drinkers, how about getting the mercury out of vaccines and making it safe for babies?
NYT account of his new book, The Future: "Democracy has been hacked" and Congress "is now incapable of passing laws without permission from the corporate lobbies and other special interests that control their campaign finances." Both parties, he says, have become so dependent on business lobbies for "the large sums of money they must have to purchase television advertisements in order to be reelected that special interest legislation pushed by the industries most active in purchasing influence -- financial services, carbon-based energy companies, pharmaceutical companies and others -- can count on large bipartisan majorities."
I can't take seriously the hue and cry over soft drinks fueling the obesity epidemic when mercury is pouring into infant vaccines worldwide. First things first, please. Don't like Pepsi? Don't have one, for Pete's sake.
Deficits: 5 percent of kids now have ADHD, up 24 percent in a decade. Wonder what that's all about it?