Driven by data; ridden with liberty.
This is my 103rd post on this blog, which has reached its first birthday. I’ve written short essays and articles on a cornucopia of topics, such as government power, sugar subsidies, cosmological arguments for the existence of God, Formula 1 and NUS elections. I’m soon to complete my PhD thesis, but I will aim to keep this blog fresh with new perspectives on major issues. I would like to thank you, the reader, for coming to my blog. I hope you have enjoyed my inquiries and analyses into government policies, economics and political stances.
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if a person consumes wine with a 13% alcohol content, what volume (in ml) would he or she drink every day if their consumption was at the upper limit of moderate regular drinking quoted in the canadian research? assume that one ml of alcohol has a mass of 0.789 g (or to put it another way, the density of alcohol is 0.789 g/ml)
national union of students (nus) thinks it should all come from public money through taxation of the rich. like a clichéd politician, i think there is a middle way that is both fair and funded
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