Out of the Blue

Well we finally raised the flag on the relocated Manstovia yesterday. I just made a couple of burgers, but I was happy to be able to check out the new grill. Unfortunately, I was not able to get the kind of sear I am used to from my charcoal days. This is understandable since I was only able to get this up to about 550℉, which is a far cry from the 650℉ the manufacturer says the grill can reach. So I need to do some research on whether there is something wrong about the gas regulator valve, and whether it can be repaired or replaced. The burgers actually came out okay, but there was definitely room for improvement. This will be that much more important when it comes to grilling steaks, so I definitely want to address it if I can.

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SunnyD wrote on May 4, 2020, 02:12:
Monsanto would like a word with you concerning a possible position within the firms' PR department. For my part, I too wish that assholes with degrees had used more discretion than they have shown to date as regards what 'can' be done. A little more heart wouldn't hurt, either. Where the hell has people's sense of self-preservation gone these days?!

~Finite~

Nothing wrong with exploring the limits in theoretical and applied science. Talking about showing heart, that's how countless life-saving applications have been discovered that saved billions of lives ( like penicilin ). How it's implemented later on for capitalist reasons, that's another matter entirely, one I do not condone in the case of your strawman "Monsanto" example and lots of other questionable uses too numerous to list here.

TL&DR: You wrongly put the blame on the scientists, when the blame is really entirely elsewhere. I can invent a hammer, doesn't mean I'm responsible for people using it to crack skulls open.
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