I try it and then tell everyone about the cooler less well known version that completely fails at the same task, but has one feature that I like more making it the obvious choice.
If you spend several decades of your life simply trying to compute the amount of lithium in another galaxy, I am sorry for you, but to have all of that useless work proven wrong just makes me laugh a little. I am very interested to know what, if anything, this would have proved. Pretty sure this calculation isn't going to convert muslims to science and frankly it seems the only practical application.
All sarcasm aside, does anyone know what the hypothesis was designed to support or prove in the grander scheme?
As a chef that embraces modern technology, do you think that the 3D printed food technology is something you will have in your kitchen some day or is it just a fad?
I wonder if it took more than $48k in tax payer dollars to fund the two year man hunt to catch this dangerous criminal. (/sarcasm)
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Of course, everyone loves rankings even more when they are ranked highly. So, in the interest of full disclosure, let me point out that the University of Oklahoma, my professional home, came in at number 10 and the University of Minnesota, my graduate alma mater, came in at number 12, beating out schools like Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, CalTech, and many others."