If they are gonna destroy the legacy of star trek, they might as well do it right. THIS time if a Pon Farr delirious vulcan female is stumbling around the ship, begging every male she runs into to "Help" her, the last thing I wanna hear is: Oh, I couldn't possibly to THAT!
Isn't that exactly what I wrote? kind-of redundant, don't ya think?
Usually the term "Rocket", and its derivatives, are reserved for describing objects/situations that are powerful, destructive, reckless, etc.; none of which I consider even relatively gentile. What next, gentile dvda?
I fully expect post-Ballmer Microsoft will continue to surprise all of us.
STFU Ted Cruise! http://www.theverge.com/2014/1...
.. not regulating consistently, and regulating in favor of greedy fanged cash vampires, is a really fucking important articulation, good sir.
I'm surprised the number isn't higher. New neighborhoods are lighting up with Google Fiber every month. I'm just pissed I'm going to have to wait until next year! https://fiber.google.com/citie...
Meh. I would rather see these kinds of debates than the world series...
My wife is a Christian and I'm an Atheist. We get into conflicts when ever our children give open questions about God, Church, Religion. Frequently, the children seem to agree with me that evidence is required for belief, and that the burden of evidence is on the Theists side. Am I wrong to defend their fragile beginnings? I try to maintain that no one knows the truth, and all we have is evidence.
Elon Musk will surly screen for these types before letting them on the ship. I'm Hopeful Mars will be an Oasis of Atheism.
I will relish the day when this religious insanity is a unfashionable as stone washed jeans from the 80's.
Ahh... Go shove it up your...
Shove it up your ass!
Regardless of the outcome, NASA has every reason to continue to enjoy the expertise and efficiencies of these smaller yet agile companies, such as SpaceX and Sierra Nevada. I watched a recent video of Elon articulating that, while not winning this contract would be disappointing, SpaceX would continue it's relationship with NASA. I think he's doing a great job of looking down the long road and not hyper-focusing on the immediate.