And before that confuses anyone... I’ve had experience with human ethics in a work context. In that case, there’s professional ethics and they sometimes don’t match up with personal ethics. How could they in all cases? Grey areas that I don’t know how to reconcile.
It's unetchical to not support action on climate change? It's unethical to get someone to fudge something for your vehicle? It's unethical to use your ability because you have money or knowledge to exploit the system? There are shades of ethical. Have you ever done anything slightly dodgy...
@crashtestboy is on the money. One thing makes great beer. Fermentation. It requires good temperature control. When you get temp control you know your beer will ferment completely and you won't get chemicals like acetaldehyde forming which makes the beer taste like green apple. 12 degrees is way...
Remember a little while ago talking about who is rich... Give this a try. Did you get it wrong? I did.
Check out the total results. Interesting numbers, scroll to the results section. Nearly 700,000 invalid votes, way more than enough to swing either way.