Oh dear. Reverting to ad homs to win a fact-based argument isn't the sort of thing that a trained scientist should do.
Oh, and by the way, I don't need the back of a fag packet to know that 2^11=2048, which, by the way, is all you need to know to calculate what fraction of activity remains after eleven half-lives.
Damn.Sorry, mucker, but that only beats for England & Wales.
Remember, Jo Swinson knows what is best for you . . .You know me so well.
You've just described how my brother in law now views me; never mind that he left school with nowt, (as did I), I'm uneducated, regardless of any education I've done post-school (which is a hell of a lot more than him). I'm a racist even though he was the one who moved house because of Technicolour neighbours moving in (although he now denies it). I'm xenophobic having lived in countries around the world, whilst he's been on holiday a lot. I'm a little Englander, dreaming of a bygone Empire and I just don't understand politics, whilst he's a successful businessman who is convinced Brexit will cut into his profits, and has scant respect for democracy. As for gammon, I never did like it even with a fried egg on top.
This is the mindset of many on the Remain side; not all, I'm sure, but a fair proportion. Anyone who voted to leave the EU is obviously a moron, who shouldn't be allowed outside, let alone near a voting booth. We who voted for Brexit are being saved from ourselves, after all they know so much better than us what is for the greater good. And they wonder why we're angry?
So, you're still unable to come up with an explanation of how something with a half-life of six hours could have a shelf life of sixty-six hours, by which time an aliquot that was originally 100ml would need to be 205 litres in order to deliver the same effect. That's almost the same volume as you!Of course - now off you trot and let me know how long they let you speak for, before hanging up.
So, you're still unable to come up with an explanation of how something with a half-life of six hours could have a shelf life of sixty-six hours, by which time an aliquot that was originally 100ml would need to be 205 litres in order to deliver the same effect. That's almost the same volume as you!
It’s because of people like you, that I hope Brexit never happens just because I would enjoy seeing the resulting meltdown.
To the extent that it directly affects you, I see no harm in this.People in Belgium have been told they will be made redundant in the event of no-deal.
Because it wasn't him that stated, with academic authority, that malaria would be absolutly eradicated. They were equally wrong about the treatment of TB too.Why are you right and the WHO are wrong?
Whether I believe the subjective opinion of people who are not impartial is neither here nor there. I don't dispute the facts. Actual facts, not made-up stuff.So you don’t believe any of the organisations that say no deal will put patients at risk?
Right, so the issue is the effect of no deal Brexit on medicines - that is the important thing.Whether I believe the subjective opinion of people who are not impartial is neither here nor there. I don't dispute the facts. Actual facts, not made-up stuff.
Now then, about that shelf life ...