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Alright! I subscribe to the Muse Magazine Of SCIENCE!!! And in volume 18 number 3 (March 2014) the article "File not Found?" By Maia Szalavitz, specificallly explains why you have a significant learning disadvantage what you read on an electronic device. Quotes as evidence: "[He] explains that you can recall something in two different ways. You either 'know' it and it just 'comes to you'...or you 'remember' it by reminding yourself about that context an then arriving at the answer. 'Knowing' is better, because you can recall the important facts faster and more easily. 'What we found was that people on paper started to 'know' the material more quickly over the passage of time... It took longer and required more repeated testing to get in to that 'knowing state' when they read on a computer'"
The article is much longer but I don't got the time to cite all of it but yeah there is my evidence with a logical quote to prove that iPads will give you a learning disadvantage.
That's exactly what I was thinking! And besides, there are plenty of other people that would do anything for money... As of right now with the few testers in this world they are payed a heck of a lot of money.
Besides, you can get a humans consent but we would never know if an animal wants to. (Probably not!)
I love cats. I also have the sweetest black cat ever. If I was in an alleyway and saw a cat, I proably would run towards it and try to hug it.
But seriously, luck can be broken down into pretty much just random events occurring in a secession. There are 2 non-dependent variables in this case; the black cat walking perpendicular to you and an accident or tragic event occurring shortly afterwards, it has nothing to do with the cat or even the coat color as the variables are non-dependent (assuming, of course, that the cat doesn't directly hurt you)
But also this is kinda racist to the black cats. Kinda history repeating itself but with a new species...