I believe in Evolution actually but, there are some here who don't and use the excuse they do. Both are theories. One I have enough info to determine the facts show that the theory on Evolution is correct. If you can supply data for your theory, fine, I haven't seen enough from you yet. Models are not enough.
Clean up on Aisle 9 i think i'm gonna barf
So you believe that the science of geology is a theory? Fossils and the like along with carbon dating is theory?
Duuuuude pray tell where in the fuck did you go to school?
for the rest
This is the first time i have seen this chart
Interesting. It would seem to suggest that things are cyclical and we just happen to be in an upswing (shocking!).
And another thing, the reason why student debt is such an issue is that parents don't save for their kids college. We are not a society of savers anymore. We are a society of borrowers and spenders. People would rather buy racing yachts, fancy cars, and big houses (often on credit) than put away $500 per month for kids education starting at birth. Someone else can do the math but 18 years of savings at that rate with a reasonable rate of return can probably pay for most state universities.
Does anybody really need that Doctorate in Anthropology to ask if you want whipped cream on a foo-foo iced coffee drink?
Does anybody asking if you want whipped creme on a foo foo iced coffee expect to pay off a phd in their lifetime?
Anyone who 'pays' for a PhD is a moron and deserves what they get. The vast majority of PhD students and those I know who have a PhD, including myself, worked at their universities while getting their degrees. In exchange, universities provide tuition remission and living stipends. PhD students typically teach, work on grants, or do faculty sponsored research all as part of the educational experience and they are compensated accordingly. I suspect that someone with a PhD who had to borrow or pay for it on their own is a lazy person who didn't care to get engaged with the myriad of opportunities that exist for doctoral students.