Loss of jobs or at least deterioration of pay are part of the leveling process.
Get used to it. Even more than government action, advances in technology are a major part of bringing this about.
Without the trade agreements, the U.S. would soon find themselves priced out to the market.
Trade agreements stretch out the leveling process, which will occur anyway.
Nothing you can do to prevent at least some amount of relative pain.
You can't have parts of the world starving while the other parts are enjoying prosperity.
It's like the weather, changes will occur.
You can't stop it.
Iowa State University researchers have described with single-molecule precision how copper ions cause prion proteins to misfold and seed the misfolding and clumping of nearby prion proteins.
The researchers also found the copper-induced misfolding and clumping is associated with inflammation and damage to nerve cells in brain tissue from a mouse model.
Prions are abnormal, pathogenic agents that are transmissible and induce abnormal folding of a specific type of protein called prion proteins, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prion proteins are mostly found in the brain. The abnormal folding of prion proteins leads to brain damage and symptoms of neurodegenerative disease. A similar cycle of neuronal protein misfolding and clumping is observed in other neurodegenerative disorders, including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.
"Our study establishes a direct link, at the molecular level, between copper exposure and prion protein neurotoxicity," the researchers wrote in a summary of the paper.
The findings were published today in the journal Science Advances. The corresponding author is Sanjeevi Sivasankar, an Iowa State University associate professor of physics and astronomy; the first author is Chi#$%$ Yen, an Iowa State doctoral student in electrical and computer engineering. Co-authors are Anumantha Kanthasamy, an Iowa State Clarence Hartley Covault Distinguished Professor in Veterinary Medicine, chair of biomedical sciences and director of the Iowa Center for Advanced Neurotoxicology; and Dilshan Harischandra, an Iowa State doctoral student in biomedical sciences.
Scotland voted to stay in --- now they are calling for another vote on separation from GB.
Why would PEN need reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act when their products are non-toxic?