It was only two weeks ago that a man on the subway took off running down the escalator, slamming into a group of people and leaving the victims with a broken nose, concussion, and two broken arms.
The incident, which was caught on video, caused an uproar on social media, and the NYPD is now investigating whether it was an act of terrorism.
But the man was caught.
It’s an interesting phenomenon.
The more time we spend with our devices, the more we spend time alone.
It is a phenomenon known as “social isolation,” and the more time that passes between interactions with others, the less social distance exists between us and those around us.
Social isolation is a problem, and it’s a problem that’s only getting worse.
The latest data suggests that it could be worse.
Researchers at Princeton University and the University of British Columbia conducted an experiment with nearly 200 young people, and they found that when they were surrounded by their peers for longer periods of time, social isolation increased.
It increased when people spent more time alone, even if they didn’t have a phone with them.
It also increased when they spent more of their time alone with their phone, even when they did have it with them in the car.
And when they didn, social distance decreased.
In other words, when people spend more time with their phones, they’re more likely to isolate themselves.
When people spend less time with the people they’re surrounded by, they get closer to each other.
But this pattern doesn’t hold true for all people.
People who spend more of the day alone are less likely to be lonely and lonely people are less prone to social isolation.
These results could be a useful piece of evidence to show how we can reduce our social isolation without becoming more isolated.
If we don’t isolate ourselves, then we’re not likely to have as much time as we need to socialize, so it’s best to get out and socialize as much as we can.
But that can be hard, because we want to get to know new people and we don