just kidding.. both slots go to the same bag. thx for recycling nj!
wait a minute.. there are bottles in the paper slot?
looks legit.. a recycle bin with paper on one side and bottles on the other @ newark airport
We never sit here under the weight of all this air, the 5 x 10^18 kg of atmosphere that sits above everyone on Earth, and say “Gosh, that sure is heavy!”
You don’t realize just how powerful that 1 bar (~100 kPa) of pressure is until a train car is filled with steam, allowed to cool, and then implodes ohmygod did that just happen?
For more implosion goodness, check out this awesome video from Veritasium.
Organic Eden Foods’ quiet right-wing anti-woman agenda
Eden Foods — an organic food company with no shortage of liberal customers — has quietly pursued a decidedly right-wing agenda, suing the Obama administration for exemption from the mandate to cover contraception for its employees under the Affordable Care Act. In court filings, Eden Foods, represented by the conservative Thomas More Law Center, alleges that its rights have been violated under the First Amendment, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Administrative Procedure Act.
Eden Foods, which did not respond to a request for comment, says in its filing that the company believes of birth control that “these procedures almost always involve immoral and unnatural practices.” The complaint also says that “Plaintiffs believe that Plan B and ‘ella’ can cause the death of the embryo, which is a person.” (Studies show that neither Plan B nor Ella interfere with fertilization, which is the Catholic definition of the beginning of life, if not the medical one. In other words, not the death of an embryo. Also, at that stage, it’s a zygote, not an embryo — let alone a “person.”)
Good to know…
Ah, another brand to not purchase.
wow, what idiots. thanks to birth control pills I was able to avoid expensive invasive surgery and rid myself of cysts. i will never support a company that seeks to strip female employees of access to a wide range of hormones needed to resolve women’s issues based on their junk-“christian”-science and religious dogma.