Who decides what research is funded, unethical, at odds with the purpose of the community etc? Initially the head of a department decides on research funding issues. If there is an ethical element to the research this should be carefully considered by all heads of the department. Followed by a public debate of randomly selected peers to resolve any disputes. Each grant can be requested once a year, if the researcher believes there is a bias on the part of the head of the department he can request a public dispute debate to formally demand the grant (if he wins the debate in the eyes of his peers.
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Out cycling and found this baby alone and stunned by the side of the road. Local wildlife rescue came to pick it up and take care of it ❤️
They are almost certainly going to attempt a launch on May 4th. The whole May the forth be with you. Is such a golden opportunity.
No hop on Monday! The Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) for May 3 has been removed. TFRs are currently posted for Tuesday and Wednesday, meaning the soonest that Starship SN15 could fly is now May 4.
Always choose substance over style.
The majority of plastic pollution in the ocean is coming from 1,000 different rivers https://bbc.in/332EPUP
I did a back of envelope calculation which chilled my blood.
Okay, France has 1,589 covid deaths per million (pop). Or ~0.158%.
If India ultimately hits that figure, would it mean 2.15 million deaths? 😰
I know that's overly simple but, fml, we need more vaccines.