I don't know, does it take an unusually large amount of energy to warm something the size of a planet by that much?
I just took a dump on your lunch plate, is that a technical problem for you to solve or would you rather skip lunch?
It would be cheaper at least.
I used Synfig to make some animations and would really recommend it, takes a bit of time to get used to but it's actually pretty great when you get used to it.
Audacity should be competing with Sound Forge and Wavelab, but it hasn't changed in the last 10 years or more and it shows.
I'm sure according to your logic whale oil will soon be feasible again too.
The pope's response seems to be "don't be surprised if you get shot every so often"
Yeah, community organisers never turn out to have good jobs.
Space does not solely consist of our our galaxy. In fact it's not even possible for us to reach 97% of the other galaxies even if we had a light speed drive.
As is often the case when talking about space you have made the typical mistake of underestimating just how mind bogglingly big it is.
No-one should try and study anything until after we discover it! Of course it might mean it's harder to discover things.
If it's the same as my 2001 Volvo look at the front indicator replacement procedure.
Volvo V70 indicator bulb the same, not an easy procedure in sub zero winter temperatures I can assure you. However I am under 40 and British and managed it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T... Oh look! I think you might be wrong.
The correct solution to the whose who's problem is never "whos".