Any subject. I will start.
I submit that we are all lab rats.
Then I'm a dumb rat and can't find the cheese. This maze sucks. When I get out of here, I'm going to bite the researcher and give him the plague.
If we are lab rats, who then is conducting the experiment?
I concur, however, I would like to edit that as "lab brats."
If something is a legal activity why would you need to ask permission, and get a permit or license to conduct something that does not break the law.
An example would be if you wished to fly...even though it would be legal to flap your wings and do so, to do it in a plane you need a license...LOL
Sorry Mr. Fontes...just kidding
That is a good point. If it is legal to fly a plane, why would you need to obtain and pay for a license to engage in a legal activity.
This is just a philisophical question that makes me go Hmmmm!
The fact is, the FAA regulates flying for commercial aircraft for a reason...You wouldn't want an inexperienced pilot flying you around the friendly skys.
It wouldn't be fair for say a commercial carrier to have to pay the bureaucratic requirements and not private or single engine pilots.
Besides getting a permit to learn isn't that high. EAA Non-Owned Aircraft Liability Insurance Plans are not as expensive as you'd think.
A Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) can issue the student pilot certificate at a cost of approximately $50.
You have to be trained...after all you don't want to end up killing yourself or someone on the ground.
Licensing is the factor that makes it legal. I would also counter with the question, why would we be able to get a license to commit a crime?
I have always wondered whose bright idea it was to put glass shelves in refrigerators? Not very deep I know but still........ does not seem like a particularly bright idea to me.
Same here Arthur. If it is larger than 12 feet one needs a permit. shhh, don't tell anyone I have broken the law.
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