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    • Does God exist?
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      Wow, a pile of complete horseshit with the word "quantum" thrown in. I especially liked the way you capitalized it, like "God". That seems to far more telling of your fucked up mental state than anything else. The fact is that your "conclusions" are only "obvious" for someone that's fucking insane, like you.
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    • Hey, look us in the eyes when speaking to us!

      With warmer spring days and cooler nights upon us, plus summer vacations (hopefully) in the not-too-distant future, it's officially hot tub season. (Not to mention The Bachelorette starts back up again on Monday, meaning a summer full of steamy hot tub moments awaits on reality TV if not in actual real life.)

      But while a soak in the hot tub may sound relaxing, is it hygienic? Does shaking in a few chemicals actually do the trick? We turned to a couple of experts - Michele Hlavsa, RN, MPH, an epidemiologist and chief of healthy swimming for the Centers for Disease Control of Prevention and Charles Gerba, Ph.D., a professor of microbiology and environmental studies at The University of Arizona - to find out.

      It turns out, you can pick up some unappetizing and even dangerous bugs from a hot tub dip, both from the water itself and also from the steamy atmosphere around it. Unlike a pool, the warmer temperature of a hot tub makes it more difficult to maintain the proper disinfectant levels that kill certain germs, Hlavsa explains. One common germ is Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which can result in an infection called Pseudomonas folliculitis, or the aptly-chosen nickname, "hot tub rash."

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