Watts is at his best when exploring the Internet as a tool of sociology.
“I think every single Republican should be concerned,” Watts says.
"This is not like walking down to the local supermarket," Watts said.
The surprised presenter, Simon Mayo, tweeted that Watts had “seemed a tad uncomfortable with the questions”.
This is a measure (in Watts per kilogram) of how much of the emitted radiation is absorbed by biological tissue.
"Yes, some more," the little fellow heaved a great sigh and took hold of Watts' trouser leg.
"I reckon maybe some of us might help," remarked Mr. Watts, reflectively.
Mr. Watts, on the other hand, was not only foolish enough to neglect him, but carried his folly to extremes.
I told him his brother and Mr. Watts would be with him to-morrow.
In each of the above three cases the amount of electrical energy is 55 Watts.
unit of electrical power, 1882, in honor of James Watt (1736-1819), Scottish engineer and inventor.
A unit of power in the International System of Units equal to one joule per second.