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nah don't worry about that, you had a successful career for over 8 years, if you start college/learning now you'll be fine. There really is no "age limit" for valid experience..Tons of 29 year olds don't have any valid job experience. Also the jobs you mentioned don't even require a college degree. Marketing is questionable, but what really matters is if you can achieve something. Not the degree you hold. I'm a 29 year old entrepreneur aiming to get in the tech industry, but more through the marketing side than the tech side.

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Do other countries have the same issues with pet food ingredients as USA does?

Like I’m wondering if there is a “best country” to raise your pet in. If maybe there is something other countries do right that USA does wrong that could be fixed somehow.

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A question about life. What do you feel was a major turning point of your life?

The point of this question is perhaps your answer can help me figure out my own life. There are many things I want or need to get done, and many things holding me back I can't simply abandon.

You seem to have a very fulfilling life. A fear of mine is once I choose a direction I am unable to follow a different path. But your paths seemed to have connected together nicely.

It's kinda a jumble of a question.

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I've been reading a lot of stories that deal with chemistry lately which got me thinking of elements and chemical reactions. Anyways, I was looking into the creation of new elements, and it seems like all of them are trying to be created by colliding them in a particle accelerator then trying to detect them before they disappear.

I do realize that's how things are normally done, and it has worked in the past. But I was wondering if a different process could come up with a desired result. That instead of super accelerating molecules if it was possible to super cool molecules to near absolute zero temperatures, and have them "combine" in that way to form a new element?

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What do you think about the growing divide between democrats and republicans?

Also are you going to contribute anything to narrow that divide?

There is a huge "us vs them" mentality going on for both sides, and it's not a good thing. In all reality there are many similarities in political views that the people, not politicians, actually care about. But the platforms are just getting more and more extreme in trying to differentiate the two parties. There should be many things that can be fixed in the nation before deciding which political party is more evil.