I've been wondering for years why we couldn't send a dirigible probe to Venus, but apparently the Russians have already done that! I think this is much more realistic than a manned mission to mars and I hope the idea gains traction.
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Oh! Is she the one that played "Six"?
Who cares about Belgium anyhow?
Anyone who likes chocolate or strange castles. I guess.
Or incredibly strong beer.
As someone who has taken a biology class at Georgia Tech, I can assure you they do teach about evolution.
Nixon's racist Southern Strategy and Reagan's courting of religious extremists have driven out anyone who believes in individual rights and has an IQ over room temperature.
This is particularly insulting to any Republicans that use the metric system. Fortunately not many of them are scientists.
try driving for more than 30 minutes with two smallish kids in the car
Strange. My parents did this all the time in the 80's when NO cars had IVI.
"I hate spending $14 to watch Nicolas Cage solve things." -Leela
I'd rather see a law that said the highest-remunerated employee in the company could not be given more than 10x that of the lowest-remunerated employee in the company. That way the people who deserve the windfall of a successful and profitable business are the ones receiving it.
This sounds good in theory, but I think it has the potential for unintended consequences, such as companies exchanging all low-paygrade employees for external contractors.
And they are already slowing my Internet.
I'm glad someone made the Stross reference, so I don't have to.
One day the vote will become a complete charade...
I thought they did that ten years ago.
"Worlds most F'd up interviews" would make an entertaining
The Daily WTF has a nice collection of interview stories.
Actually, IBM already has.