That's pretty bad understanding of science. As far as we know, general relativity is true. As far as we know., quantum electrodymanics is correcxt. as far as we know, scincen works.
But the 'as far as we know' is because you haven't found anything to disprove it yet. Whereas the sucralose imitates sugar in the body and still produces insulin spikes despite not actually being sugar, and getting converted into fat. And its the impact of insulin spikes on the body which is meant to be causing all the issues.
As for whether the sucralose might cause any other nasty long term side effects - sure if sucralose was the first sweetner we'd ever tried and things seemed to be working ok, it would be reasonable to assume innocent until proven guilty. Only sucralose is the most recent of a whole family of sweetners most of which have been found decades later to cause all sorts of other health defects. So there is ample reason to be cautious.
And my understanding of science is fine, thankyou. I've written essays celebrating the Habermas's mode of inquiry for defending the recognition within the social sciences that everything we 'know' may at any time be displaced in the face of new findings. Its only the number crunching I don't get on with *wonders if all of the rude posts she's read by Scipio had been posted when he was drunk*
I think you may have something there in that my A levels certainly took a hell of alot less time at college than primary school did as a child. I remember only having about 16 timetabled hours!
That's per week I'm assuming?
(If the question sounds stupid I'm just asking because at my school we had a bizarre 8 day "week", weekends excluded, so your timetable ran from monday to wednesday the following week, then from thursday and so on)
Does it mean (A and B) or (A or B), in which case it's equivalent to A or B, making the "and" redundant?
Or doesn't necesarilly imply the possibility of both(for instance, as I've done too much linear algebra recently, if f:V-->W is a linear map, an element v in V is in the kernel of f, or in the image of f, can't be both), so the and is not redundant.