If you managed to reach temperatures sufficient to bring this field back into its inflating state, you would effectively hit the “reset” button on the Universe, and cause inflation to resume, resulting in the Big Bang starting all over again.
Would such a temperature have to be above or below the Planck temperature? If an object were to reach the temperature of 1.41 x 10^32 Kelvin, the radiation it would emit would have a wavelength of 1.616 x 10^26 nanometers (Planck length). Beyond that, if there's even a beyond, is the behaviour of matter even predictable at all?
The site been blacklisted by Twitter, Facebook, and major email providers as malicious/spam.
I shared the site on my timeline of FB. Works fine.
Also, that orange color is really awful.
No, you are totally wrong. It has been proven scientifically that the orange is beautiful.
Dutch people ale avid milk drinkers and meat eaters. The average height of Dutch people has increased significantly over the past generations since WW-II, coinciding with the increasing availability of dairy products (there's been a surplus, referred to as 'The Milk Puddle' and the 'Butter Mountain') and cheaper meat ('Kilo Crackers' and 'Poof Chickens'). In the 60s and 70s there were elaborate national media campaigns to encourage milk consumption. Milk was even distributed for free by elementary schools in the 70s and early 80s. The use of growth hormone in dairy cattle is forbidden. Yet, it leaves me wondering whether there's a relation between hormones, dairy intake and increased height of Dutch people over the generations.
I've been clicking around to find a sample, and, maybe it's just me, but I didn't find any. I might buy the album if there were previews that I could listen to, but if it takes longer that 5 minutes to successfully find any, it's 100% surely not going to happen.
Facebook already had ass recognition up and running.
I have to retract that claim. I converted the image to
All Finagle Laws may be bypassed by learning the simple art of doing without thinking.