Doesn't "homo" meant same and not human?
What Mike said. I define slavery as ownership of another person. Having to do something you don't want to do just isn't a good definition of slavery. There's going to be times in life where you need to do things you don't want to do to survive no matter how healthy society is.
I think that definition of slavery is too broad. It basically includes anyone that has responsibilities to another person.
This riddle was on an episode of Dora the Explorer and I literally can't help but answer in her voice. Cuz I'm cool like that.
Wouldn't that mean the opposite? Because if you only care about the grade, you wouldn't care if the child had to cheat to get it.
If you're talking about romantic love, I agree. If you're talking about love in general, I strongly disagree.
I wish that happened every 24 hours...
See, I'm not sure how they break space shuttles. Maybe they just lower it against the moon and let it slide to a stop. Or drop an anchor or something. Also, I'm guessing their legs will still float unless they put in the effort to stop their entire body
I've heard there's no "true" hermaphrodite where both reproductive systems are fully formed and functional, so they can't actually do that
I'm not sure, but I think OP's saying that if a child commits a crime, the parents should be punished for their bad parenting, thereby "forcing" someone to properly parent their child.
Well, if they were already moving, they're going to keep moving until they physically stop themselves by grabbing a wall or something. But once they come to a complete stop, they'll stay completely still until they move themselves again. But it's hard to come to a complete stop when you're in a moving space shuttle
Ok, I get you with the apple thing, they definitely won't fall in space. But the other two rules definitely still apply. Actually, those two apply better in space because there's less friction interfering
But you actually are following the same rule. Gravity is the attractive force between two objects. The bigger an object is and the closer it is to you, the stronger effect of the object's gravity on you. It's what keeps us grounded on earth and what keeps the planets in orbit around the sun
Gravity still applies in outer space