3 Explain why ingesting a small amount of plutonium is more dangerousthanbeingnear a much larger amount of it.
But Chatterbox is more interested in the broader question: Is leisure time more dangerousthanwork?
They are often more dangerousthanactualclimbs: Loose moraine walls are always hazardous.
While in the past sepsis and haemorrhage made abortion ten times more dangerousthanchildbirth, modern legal abortion carried out in the first three months is ten times safer.
Not all fat is equal: A paunch is more dangerousthanchubbyhips and thighs.
This is why fine ash can be more dangerousthancoarseash.
Many objects more dangerousthandrugs, such as knives, can be bought from any hardware store.
Last year, Lunev detailed just some of his activities in a new book he co-authored with Ira Winkler, "Through the Eyes of the Enemy: Russia's Highest Ranking Military Defector Reveals Why Russia is More DangerousthanEver" (Regnery, (800) 639-7629).
The new spin, explained by the Washington Post : The United States is becoming less concerned about Milosevic and more concerned about the KLA, which is proving stronger and more dangerousthanexpected, particularly since it seems to be taking an ethnic nationalist interest in the Albanian populations of adjacent provinces and countries.
Whereas the safety seats would save an average of one child's life per decade, the extra driving (far more dangerousthanflying) would cost nine lives.
Is bungy jumping more dangerousthanhorseriding?
Even after the reforms, prison is far more dangerousthanmostnon-prison environments.
Scientists warn that genetic pollution is more dangerousthannuclearcontamination.
Given these difficulties, Chatterbox still feels unequal to the task of proving that vacations either are or aren't more dangerousthanordinarylife.
An AP dispatch in the "Findings" section of the WP says secondhand cigarette smoke may be more dangerousthanpreviouslybelieved: A new study found that a group of Missouri women with a certain genetic mutation who live with smokers were 2.6 to six times more likely to develop lung cancer.
Even though the United States would be safer than other places, and thus U.S. citizenship would be more valuable, it would still be, in absolute terms, more dangerousthanitwas.
(Similarly, the recent increase in the number of amusement park deaths may show not that amusement parks are more dangerousthantheyused to be, but that more people go to them; though if more people are spending vacation time at amusement parks , as compared with, say, spending them at art museums , that may be making their vacations more dangerous in the aggregate.)
He might have been talking about India and Pakistan, whose long- running dispute over Kashmir is, according to Cook's successor Jack Straw, "potentially more dangerousthanthecrisis in the Middle East".
The allied forces of "morality," it says, are far more dangerousthanthemost "immoral" language.
So much so that pro football is now far more dangerousthanthose"ultimate fighting championships" that are outlawed in all but a few states.
Indeed, unjustified optimism is more dangerousthanunjustifiedpessimism.
Idiots and Their Boats Chatterbox is grateful to the many people who wrote in to share personal stories and their views about methodological challenges as a way to help Chatterbox figure out whether vacations are more dangerousthanworklife and hanging around the house.
The ABI claims that there's no evidence that a 0.08 level is any more dangerousthana0.02 level.
(which, on reflection, should really be "Are vacations more dangerousthanworkor hanging around the house?")
But the moral of this story, is that if you are a dragon then one things for sure, more dangerousthanaKnyghtes sword, yes, its even more gory, the thing that should really make your teeth chatter, is the soft approach of a virgins pitter-patter.