Even with homeschooling, graduation requirements typically mandate 1-2 years worth of high school level science courses. It doesn't have to be physics, I guess, but two years is still the typical minimum, and three or more for a college prep degree...
I know that the refill phenomena of sucking until it is dry is potent with me, which is why I typically order water in restaurants, because I know that I am going to go through three or four glasses easily while I am there.
Some folks in the community are already bandying about the idea that this boat be turned into a moored training ship for nuclear propulsion training, the way they did with the MTS-626 and MTS-635.
On those ships, you do not need to have all of the electronics gear, torpedo armaments, or anything else... you just need an operational reactor, which is all towards the aft end of the boat in the first place. As the fire occurred in the forward end of the boat, this is a very likely scenario. Since the MTS-626 and MTS-635 are getting older by the day (they are old Lafayette class boats built in the early 60's!) and there is a need for replacement anyway, this seems like a good way to go.
...go hand in hand.
And what about the latest reports that NetFlix is going to finally unveil their digital renting strategy?"