No thats one of those questions where its entirely and quite clear that the answer is no thats one of those questions where its entirely and quite clear that the answer is no as to why its no its because its a solution thats at least a century if not near a millennia out of date as an answer to the problem. R qtwtain headlines from news articles in the form of questions to which the answer is no also known as qtwtain inspired by john rentouls now . Questions to which the answer is no tim worstall june 15 2017 the answer here is no the institute of metals wonders whether rising prices and a market shortage are going to stymie technological development no the bbc wonders whether whether we might have to worry about smartphone rationing could you cope with smartphone rationing no further a number of metals are crucial components . Redirected from betteridges law of headlines betteridges law of headlines is an adage that states any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no it is named after ian betteridge a british technology journalist who wrote about it in 2009 although the principle is much older. This is a very big question but to one who has been psychic for 70 years and in constant daily contact with those personalities in the spirit world it poses no problem my advice to people who really want to learn things that been known for a ve
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