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The Sickeningly Low Vaccination Rates at Silicon Valley Day Cares by tangibleghostin science

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Cholera distribution faces a last mile problem similar to providing broadband currently, where getting infected water to each home is costly and requires extensive infrastructure. My disruptive model is to provide cholera as an over-the-top service through the preexisting water pipes! That way, we only need to contaminate the water system with sewage at centralized points, and distribution from there is automatic. This method promises great cost savings and decreased time-to-market.

The Sickeningly Low Vaccination Rates at Silicon Valley Day Cares by tangibleghostin science

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Thank you for you interest! The ability of measles to scale up from one case to a 14-state epidemic is well proven; I'll send you a whitepaper written by the CDC. In order to monetize on top of the measles I envision a mix of techniques that capitalize on its proven virality to deliver sponsored native content, exploiting the captive eyeballs of people bedridden by the measles. Sectors which may be interested include cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and funeral services.

The Sickeningly Low Vaccination Rates at Silicon Valley Day Cares by tangibleghostin science

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It's like Uber for measles!

Water color of my hometown by StudentRadicalin pics

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Man, I really want to go to Finland some day. My one visit to the Baltic coast was really great.

Jorge Luis Borges wearing a breadbasket on his head. by frogsimplein pics

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That's actually a model of a breadbasket at 1:1 scale.

You can still stretch if you're a skeleton if you just have a muscle. It's science! by StudentRadicalin spookyskeletongifs

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But that muscle better be AWAKE or those bones ain't going anywhere.

The crab-like form is so effective, at least five groups of crustaceans have independently evolved into that shape, in a process called carcinisation. by toasthastein science

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More Crab Facts: There is a spanish idiom for daydreaming that translates to "thinking about the immortality of the crab".

a good vid about jackie chan and why american action movies suck at action by blueduchin movies

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Recently I've gotten really into old Shaw Brothers films. Silly supernatural action comedies like Magic Cop are great and Lam Ching-ying follows a lot of these same rules but has a more deadpan style.