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GA2A 3 points ago +3 / -0

I hadn’t heard of it until now, thanks for showing me something new!

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yeldarb1983 3 points ago +3 / -0

When Airbus, for example, wanted to make its planes quieter to improve the flying experience for travelers, it made its A380 so quiet that passengers could hear, with far too much clarity, what was happening in the plane’s bathrooms.

My sides...

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 2 points ago +2 / -0

My doctor asked me why i quit going to the dentist. I said that ObamaCare didn’t require me to carry dental insurance, so i dropped it, and that since politicians know better than me, and they wanted to micro-manage my healthcare, and they didn’t feel dental care was important, then who am i to second guess them? My doctor was NOT amused, even wrote it up in my medical record. I still haven’t gone to the dentist, even after doctor ordered me to.

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suave200 2 points ago +2 / -0

Eventually you will get there, out of necessity. It will be more expensive also should you decide to restore or replace the compromised teeth/gums. In the meantime oral health can affect general health and vice versa. Best of luck to you.

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free-will-of-choice 0 points ago +1 / -1

"Every human decision brings with it unintended consequences".

How does a human decide? Free will of choice.

What is choice defined as? A reaction to balance.

Does consenting by choice to suggestion of choice ignore reaction as choice to balance?

If balance defines purposes for choice; then does intent to choose among the suggested choices of others cause unintended consequences, based on the ignorance towards balance?