Oh just post it on Slashdot. We'll do the rest.
If we have 'Mr. Fusions' then everything would be different.
But we don't.
Twitter feed. This is the 21st Century.
Scary thought, that.
but where I live there is a generation of people who can't spell or read efficiently and this is reflected in how shallow their thoughts are.
Where I live, students score higher than anyone else in the state and regularly compete in National finals in spelling and composition contests. People are still pretty shallow.
A walk through the ocean of most souls would scarcely get your feet wet.
So? We're talking about TV and the Internet.
That's interesting. It's from Saturday Night Live. I'm in America, YouTube says I can't view it in this country.
I just love the Internet.
No problem. Just go back to bleeding and purging, trephenation and charging an arm and a leg.
A natural law? Ok, what is it and why is it 'natural'?
Local attitude is local. News at 11.
10:00 where I live.
The police are allowed to use UAVs for any number of purposes many of which are questionable in my humble opinion. Does the FAA ruling affect them? No. Thought as much.
I would imagine so. Police helicopters still have to follow FAA flight rules. Yes, they get exemptions for things, but they are covered by regulations nonetheless.
You would think so, they're just wee critters, but one gets the feeling from TFA that this is the secret sauce.
As usual, not enough info to go on. Too busy to research it further. It's not raining and my boat needs (more) work.
You must be fun at potlucks.
Maybe he meant orthogonal.
TFA is a little vague about this. It sort of implies that they are raising plankton and that the breakthrough has been basically plankton husbandry. If that is indeed the case, then the ecological footprint of this may be reasonable (we, of course, don't know what it takes to grow plankton on an industrial scale).
If, however, they are actually harvesting wild plankton, and plan on doing this on an industrial scale, then I forsee some problems. Plankton are at the core of the oceans food change. Take a bit enough bite out of that and you've trashed the ocean ecology.