They're saying that despite everything you know about MS, that justices there decided that the 14th Amendment states that an individual parent cannot make a decision that could impact the rest of the children in a particular locality by way of not vaccinating a child and expecting him/her to attend public school. The article goes on to say that more states should follow MS's example, and require vaccination as a requirement of attending publicly financed schools.
Being fat, lazy, and stupid just happens to trump the very few other healthy decisions to have come from that state.
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He’s sounds like a vaxxer. The correct answer doesn’t require any such knowledge. All it requires is a basic understanding of why we vaccinate children. Which is easily found in any reference on pandemics and epidemics.
Oh fun, another vaccine discussion. And to think I almost missed it.
*He is likely confusing qualities of antibiotics and vaccines. The evolutionary pressures on viruses, bacteria are worlds apart between the two when you take a broad view. Also considering the many types of vaccines, many types of animal reservoirs, etc one would have to be very specific to have anything resembling an informed discussion on the matter.
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Trump is announcing a 30% tariff on solar panels. And this of course is bad for alternatives. Its bad for the entire industry supporting solar (panels make up a small percentage of the total ecosystem) and its bad for the US as it is an instant price increase for consumers. Trade barriers also increase inflationary pressures and will likely result in counter tariffs that will hurt other US industries. Part of the dark side of populism the Donald.
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So it's not as if it's a logical course of thought to do this- it was far more reactionary. Could even be that someone does not want solar power in the US, so now it's more difficult to get. This kind of policy can be seen in many state's solar generation policy, even in states where solar makes a HUGE amount of sense in many ways.
Heck, we should be helping the islands get to solar power that are just in the Caribbean, since it makes sense to decentralize the power generation (storm risks) AND there is a lot of sun without a lot of angle.
Think about this- how many flat roof homes are in Florida and Puerto Rico- why doesn't someone "lease" rooftops to put flush panels up there? You don't need huge solar farms when you have structures already in place that you can't see the roof.
That's so obvious to me, yet nobody even bothers trying.
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Now I know why we're killing ourselves with our fatasses
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