I hate to tell you this, but you are stuck with it. That function is an intregral part of the GEM module, which controls almost all elecrical functions, from wipers, to windows, to cruise control, and everything in between. It is probably possible to short the wires together at the seatbelt buckle to make the module think it's buckled, but you are on your own for that, because nobody can legally do that for you. If it were me, I would think twice about doing that on even my own car, because if someone ever borrowed the car, and forgot to buckle up, then got hurt in a wreck, well let's just say, I am sure that there will be a line of lawyers ready to take the owner of the car to court for overiding a safety warning device which led to their client's injury.
If you absolutely have to do so (and I don't see why) simply go to an automotive salvage yard and get the seat belt buckle. (the "male" part, you will need to cut the belt to remove it) Simply plug the newly removed part into your seat belt buckle to trick the system into thinking the seatbelt is applied.
Another issue is to disable the alarm when attempting to jumpstart a dead battery. The alarm will come to life and sound when jumper cables are connected to the battery being used to jump the vehicle. The solution is to connect the jumper cables, and while the alarm is sounding, insert the key in the door and manually unlock the vehicle. The alarm will go off, and you can continue to jumpstart the battery. Don't use your key or remote pad, press the lock button from the inside of the car before closing the door.
Politics is the core of the answer. Several states have irrationally banned the element mercury in all forms, for any uses, in all amounts. These bans have reduced the sales of mercury thermometers. While there are adequate alternatives for many uses, mercury thermometers still have several advantages for certain situations, and the risks are exceedingly low especially when used by educated professionals. Those who simply state "because mercury is toxic" are not educated chemists. The chemical form, level of exposure, and time are all very important to the toxicity. Most mercury pollution in the past was not caused by thermometers but other industrial uses like mercury based disposable electric batteries and refining byproducts. Or toxic exposure from occupations like traditional hat makers that stood over hot mercury soaked felt breathing in the fumes every day for years.
The lines are from Mercury because Mercury has lines which are from Mercury which has lines on it because it is Mercury. The lines are Mercury lines because it is Mercury, and since it is Mercury, it has lines from Mercury because it is Mercury totally. So, Mercury has lines from Mercury since being Mercury from Mercury lines. WHAT!
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