I don't care what drugs people, to each their own, and I agree with allowing people the decision of what they want to do by weighing the pros and cons. With that said, you are comparing weed closely with cocaine. What the fuck? You have to be very misconceived about weed, even comparing it to alcohol, which a lot of people unfortunately do, is a pretty huge leap.
Just to clarify, the only harm weed will do to your body is if you combust it, it can cause smoker's cough and phlegm. It has never been proven to cause even cancer in your lungs. If eaten or vaped, marijuana has no proven harmful side effects (unless you consider increased appetite harmful). Studies show weed consumed daily over decades can even decrease the risk of cancer.
Sorry, just wanted to clarify that since you were trying to compare weed to cocaine, alcohol, and steroids.
“I think this is an important contribution because the modeling is based directly on the intrinsic limits of physical properties of bone, which quickly circumscribes the types of forces that such large skeletons could tolerate,” Thomas Carr, a paleontologist at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, told Gizmodo. “In this case, running is eliminated for T. rex because the loads would simply snap the bones; this inference is consistent with previous work, and it is encouraging that different studies are converging on the same answer.”
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