Also, constellations aren't groups of stars. They simply appear to be because they are in the same direction to an observer on Earth. Some of the stars in most constellations are orders of magnitude more distant than the others.
"The seventh symbol is the point of origin" - but this point would also require multiple coordinates, or would be unnecessary because it is implicit in the gate you are dialing from. Hello? As if you had to dial an extra single numeral at the end of a phone number to specify the unique telephone you were calling from.
Don't get me started on everyone on every planet speaking English, without as much excuse as the Star Trek universal translator.
Pioneer One hasn't put out a lot of episodes lately.
It will be interesting to see if the moose benefit from this winter killing ticks.
Or other effects, moose seem to like cold.
Neat, yes, I wasn't aware of that effect.
I assume it will have a lesser effect with so many fewer wolves around this time, unless some are added. So the last boom/bust would have benefited more, this one likely worse.
There seems no record of wolves tolerant enough of each other for them to catch up at this point (1000 moose last winter, IIRC. With about a one-third increase a year on Isle Royale, recently.
That could lower the population, if there was much money available per moose for the moving expenses. But it probably wouldn't change the ticks or deer parasites or summer heat stress killing off the moose. They would probably be transplanted to Michigan's UP where the moose population is also languishing, if not suffering the same losses as in MN.
Whether the wolves leave or a few arrive, what is going to happen is that in three or so years the excessive moose population will indeed overrun its browse, and die off from starvation.
Again. Exactly as happened the last time the moose population reached this point, and shortly popped up to over 2500 with no apparent wolf effects, from considerably more wolves.
If the moose damage is to be avoided, either NPS-hired sharpshooters or human hunters will have to cull the moose, period.
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Yep, what was wrong with the crawling message at the bottom of the screen telling the deaf that if this had been a real emergency, they would have been instructed to tune their AM radio to 640 or 1240KHz for the details?
The part about temporarily enabling the features is new, but not the ability to simply turn them on or off there. I actually tested the software that ran various car subsystems for a major auto manufacturer which was bought by the federal government about 15 years ago, and there were maybe a dozen convenience features -- automatic driver side windows instead of having to hold the button, etc -- that were merely a bit in firmware settings on or off. They were turned on if the car had premium feature packages or was a deluxe model.
It's just the ability to turn them on or off for a period of time by subscription that is new. I blame OnStar.
The goal of space rover wheel design is probably going to remain being efficient propelling devices, but in the spirit of your suggestion's practicality maybe this will influence the mudflap design of future missions to the fetid swamps of Venus.