Question: would this count as another universe?: Go to the edge of the cluster allegedly started at the Big Bang; go out another distance equal to the diameter of our present universe which we suppose to be empty space; and find there the "easternmost" edge of another cluster centered on its own Big Bang. Or would another universe be something overlapping us as in Marvel/DC comics, with its own vibrational (?) character or whatever. Just asking.
But I don't think there's money to be made in hypertext fiction. Please, show me I'm wrong, I think I could create some content, but I don't know anyone paying for it.
There are traces of Kryptonite and Vibranium running through them. MUST be from somewhere else.
They either created quantum particles or they didn't. I'm going to check, and I'm sure they didn't. Sure enough.
It's always been as easy as pie to plausibly slander or libel someone, just as it's always been relatively easy to murder someone. An intelligently done murder ought to be as easy to do as an intelligently done character assassination. I don't know...how far do we have to go before people will accept restraints without a "sez who?" response. (The short answer to "sez who?" is first one's own guilty conscience and second is God. Not necessarily in that order.)
The computer science house at RIT is adjacent to the deaf dorm at RIT, the institution being host to these two world class programs. I understand that hanging around the deaf dorm at night is a riot. They don't hear how loud they are.
I mean, the invention of the indoor toilet was named (I think) Thomas Crapper. We need something catchier. PeePoo doesn't seem to do it.
You know...like people who don't want seatbelts say, "I want to be thrown clear."
Sure. That's why STDs are dying out, because men don't contract them usually. Pull the irony level and scream as you fall.
I teach philosophy at a state college. My favorite section is a hefty compilation of material fallacies, which are different from logical fallacies. Material fallacies are misuses of content and logical fallacies redirect the flow of argument like a bug in a logic tree chewing on the limbs, to mix metaphors. The book I use which treats this well is Peter Kreeft's Socratic Logic. Unlike most academic books, this one is only about $40, last I heard. Worth getting and reading just for fun. I actually thought about doing some presidential campaign work using every single material fallacy Kreeft lists. I stopped when it was clear that no one would be able to tell the difference between the ironic exercise and an actual campaign.
Pretty girls have the problem that guys think they deserve sexual favors just because, because. Friends think they deserve to use your computer just because because. Because they want it. Sexual favors and laptops are both the kinds of things that anyone should say no to friends about, because the owner knows what they are worth, and the friend doesn't. This is just about saying no and staying relatable and friendly anyway. After the initial shock, you and they get used to the idea.
Food chemistry is unimportant???
Where are your priorities?
Where are your priorities?