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Yeah, but your version takes up about 5 times the vertical space, while producing a big white blob on he right side. That might be OK on a large screen, but on the little gadgets most readers are using these days, it means a lot of scrolling to read only a few words. It’s sorta shooting down the main advantage that HTML was designed for, making text easily readable on whatever screen the reader has available. And the use of // to indicate poetic line breaks goes way, way back; most of us read it without any problem.
One picky detail: The Bible clearly approves of a man having multiple wives (women aren’t allowed multiple husbands). Trump’s philandering isn’t a sin, though a woman doing equivalent things sexual would be a sinner.
They should be careful about asking for “the whole truth”. Politicians are known for their ability talk for hours (or days) on any topic without actually saying much about anything.
And there was Clinton, who was impeached for lying to reporters about his sex life. ;-)
At the grade-school level, kids have never been taught actual science, at least not in the US public schools. They’ve been taught rote memorization of science’s facts, without the reasoning, theorizing and testing that is the actual “science”. From what I’ve seen, this problem has gotten worse over the past several decades. You can see the result in the general population’s inability to distinguish scientific information from pseudo-scientific misinformation.
Why does he think they can’t listen to him when the bulbs are turned off?
It’s OK; I’d rather not reach the end of it quickly.
Also, various archaeologists have pointed out that humans have always be mostly a “shoreline” species, building houses over water and making boats for catching fish, etc. for at least hundreds of thousands of years. So our ancestors didn’t need a “land bridge” to get to the Americas; they more likely got across on their boats. Similarly, glaciers on the land weren’t a barrier, the humans merely sailed along the ice until they found land. Yeah, some might have take a land route, but the default assumption for humans should always be that they mostly traveled by boat. Until recently, that was always easier and faster.