I am not at all happy about the title 'the Two Towers'. It must if there is any real reference in it to Vol II refer to Orthanc and the Tower of Cirith Ungol. But since there is so much made of the basic opposition of the Dark Tower and Minas Tirith, that seems very misleading. There is, of course, actually no real connecting link between Books III and IV, when cut off and presented separately as a volume.
Orthanc and Cirith Ungol, according to Letter #143 to Rayner Unwin, 22 January 1954:
Actually that sentence is in the active voice.
So now we can pronounce it, we ought to write a volcano chantey, the way some people did for Eyjafjallajökull.
Then what about Tomonaga and Schwinger; were they also greater than Einstein?
Reminds me of the legendary meeting of Diogenes and Alexander.
The law of physics in question states that no information can be propagated faster than light. This does not conflict with space itself expanding superluminally. I'd suggest this Usenet FAQ, Is Faster-Than-Light Travel or Communication Possible? for a more detailed answer.
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decimate means reduce by a 10th
It's how they spell "Lets" in Llamedos.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, according to TwainQuotes.com (scroll down to the bottom of the page).
Nitpick: that quote is probably not due to Twain at all (see bottom of linked page); consequently it is self-illustrating.
Also, it isn't "Mt. Gox". It's "Magic, the Gathering online exchange".
I can't get the "dark skin and blue eyes" link to work.
"Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear?"