What's more important, saving the planet or space exploration? NASA's ENTIRE budget should be put towards climate change research.
I can't tell if you're joking or serious. I hope you're joking, but suspect you're serious.
I'm very happy that this money is going towards climate change research and not with any sort of Space Shuttle replacement. Climate change is a far greater threat than any lack of space travel.
We need more money for climate change research
Climate change is far more important than space exploration.
ASA Boosts Climate Change Budget 62% This is probably for the best, climate change is a far larger problem than space exploration.
Climate change is far more important that space travel, I'm glad we have our priorities in order. http://sweetness-light.com/archive/nasa-boosts-climate-change-budget-62
Eh? We could have done 5 shuttle launches with that money.
http://inhabitat.com/obama-gives-nasa-2-4-billion-to-study-climate-change/ Why are liberals so anti-science? They don't like GMO food, despite no scientific evidence it's harmful, they don't like nuclear power, don't like research on racial genetics and intelligence etc etc. And now they cancelled the space shuttle to give more handouts to fraudulent climate scientists.
Obama Gives Nasa $2.4 Billion to Study Climate Change Oh really? Seems that 2.4 billion couldn't launched about... 5 shuttles.
How about NASA use their climate change funding (which Obama prioritized in 2010) towards, you know, space exploration?
We had to stop the program so NASA could increase our climate change research. I'm so glad we have our priorities in order!
Ok, you can call this JE the definate admission to something you've all suspected about me for some time. I've lost ALL faith in the possibility of resolving peace within the next 15 generations of mankind. I think our current administration (By firing generals and intelligence sources that didn't toe to their lies) have corrupted the middle management of the armed forces to the point that they don't know how to win a war against Islamic Extremeists. They were counting on big support from the
fiannaFailMan writes: The BBC is reporting that more UK companies are reversing the call-centre outsourcing trend.
"Hello, it's my car." ''Your cat, sir?." "No, my hatchback." "Your bad back, sir?" "No my car, it's a hatchback." "Your cat has a bad back, sir?" "Arghhhhhh!"
...Just 4% of people have had a good experience when dealing with a call centre, according to a recent survey by YouGov. Over half of those asked said their biggest gripe was having to contact call centres outside the UK and more than a third admitted to shouting and swearing at agents because they got so frustrated.