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Starbucks in the Land of Fruits and Nuts

Last week, a judge in California decided that Starbucks had to put cancer warning labels on coffee. He declared that Starbucks and other companies failed to prove their case that a chemical found in coffee posed no significant harm.

Give me a break! I can’t prove that air doesn’t cause cancer. Or water. Everyone who got cancer has breathed air and drunk water! So obviously they’re carcinogenic. Right… Maybe you’d like some of that swamp land I’ve got in south Florida…

Logically, you can’t prove a negative. You can only prove a positive. Let me put that differently. You can’t prove that there is no God. To do that, you’d have to be in every corner of the universe at once. That’s the only way you’d know that God wasn’t someplace you weren’t.[…]


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