vaping" issue. If I'm vaping anything other than pure distilled water then I have to take the position that I have the right to alter the air that they breathe via a voluntary activity (i.e. something other than an involuntary act such as sneezing).
What should I say if I'm told that they have the right to be free from even a vanishingly small chance of inhaling just one molecule of nicotine (or VG, for that matter)?
The scientific reality may be that they are no more at risk than they would be if I was chewing nicorette, drinking any caffeinated beverage, or even using certain breath sprays or after shaves with minute quantities of alcohol. In all those cases, there's a risk of an errant molecule of nicotine, caffeine, or alcohol (respec.) becoming airborne. However these risks are tolerated by societal convention, and some irrational fears just can't be overcome with logic.
For me, the "mileage" (so-to-speak) just too low, and I'm generally unpersuaded that this is an effective tactic on the part of vapers. I'd rather prioritize the battles that are most winnable, and/or most essential. (And yes, this is in some ways a tiresome rehash of my other thread on indoor vaping.)