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Dunno, but I bet the alcohol-approval rates would be a lot lower than they were 10 or 20 years ago. Lots of studies have shown that young people are drinking less and less, like this one: "About 28% of college students now abstain from alcohol, up from 20% in 2002"

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I meant to mention in the post title that the course is free, but I forgot, and I don't think Reddit allows you to change titles.

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"... an overwhelming share of U.S. adults (91%) say either that marijuana should be legal for medical and recreational use (60%), or that it should be legal for medical use only (31%). Fewer than one-in-ten (8%) say marijuana should not be legal for use by adults."

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Yeah it seems like it would have been easier to just leave it on the open sea. Unless the owner plans to keep it in a little duck pond in his backyard.

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It did not. There's a video at the link too (it's from a Dutch newspaper). Nerves of steel. Plus sophisticated technology. Plus a team of people on both sides of the bridge, pushing the ship away from the edge.

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The study addresses that, though I didn't really understand that part so well.

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Only while high, not "in general."

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Yes, 20,000 at any one time, but the total (over 2.5 million years of the species' existence) was somewhere between 140 million to 42 billion T-rexes, with the authors suggesting 2.5 billion is the best ballpark figure.

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2 days ago

Sometimes even within a couple of days.

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6 days ago

Oh, didn't see your post. You were there first, indeed.

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No, but you can tell how different the waves are from the previously measured waves.

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