Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Under the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, the front & back of most paper mail in the United States is stored.
It is available upon request to any law enforcement official, supplementing the USPO’s century-old Mail Cover program. Neither requires a search warrant or open investigation.
Further reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTLINGUAL
2. It’s possible to save money on insurance if you add a policy that gets you a multi-policy discount.
3. If you get a new medication prescribed, look online for a coupon, as many drug companies will give you a free month.
4. What science is.
The popular use of the word science to indicate a preferential direction for human focus is a reference to the scientific method. This is not an inexact philosophy: it is a specific list of steps, which is designed to lead to new discoveries about how the world around us works (and to the correction, or refinement, of that which we already know, or think we know).
We know that science works because it is responsible for thousands of years’ worth of technological advancement. It allows for the reasoned approach to finding a solution for a specific problem, as well as for the discovery of previously unknown facts about how the universe works, and even for the prediction of things we’ve not yet seen.
Everything from the existence of a living creature, to black holes, dark matter, and even the location and mass of a previously undiscovered planet in our own solar system has been predicted, before being witnessed directly.
This is possible because of our understanding of how certain fundamental things work in nature: if Uranus looks like it’s being “tugged” in a certain direction, that’s because something is tugging on it. It didn’t simply decide to do that.
Science is not infallible. Scientists strive to maintain reasonable standards of observation and experimentation, but nobody is perfect. Ultimately, the universe is a complicated place, and the fact that something behaves a certain way one million times does not guarantee that it will do the same thing next time, there may be new variables involved, which we have yet to understand. Using science, however, we have managed to figure out a lot about how the universe began, how stars came to be, how the human body works, how combustion and electricity can be turned to our advantage, how to make water-resistant clothes for the bad weather, and what atomic structures look like.
Regardless of how the universe came to be, and what agency was responsible, it is readily apparent that there are unwavering natural laws which, by their study and understanding, allow us to do extraordinary things. We aren’t perfect, but given the chance, we can find wonders, make everyone’s lives easier, live in relative harmony with nature, and overall make the world a better place.
5. AT&T doesn’t prorate your final bill and will screw you out of your hard earned money even if you have been a customer for 10+ years.
Also, Tmobile has a better-unlimited plan for $70 after fees.