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If 6 was 9...
I don't think you have read the article or you don't understand what they were investigating. So let's stop being juvenile with the attacks and discuss the science.
Use detail view to get stuff done.
It's certainly different, but i don't see the issue.
The issue is that some people like to bitch... a lot... about anything.
From the linked article: "Then, there's pluizebol, who says that, because of the icons, he removed Windows 10 from his computer."
Ridiculous. It would've been easier to change the icons. What next? Don't like a default font or default color scheme? Remove the entire OS!
The site is copied on the Internet Archive as the previous post points out.
The site is redundant. Students could get answers to most of the questions posted by using google.
Searching for "Ask a Scientist" returns scores of similar websites.
There are still lots of websites like HowStuffWorks.com.
The students still have teachers they can ask too.
This site shutdown may be an inconvenience to folks that have it bookmarked but I wouldn't call it a war on STEM.
they spend more time on slick PR releases than thought there.
But if they hold the patent, anybody who does put thought into it to make it work has to pay them.
Milk. Not even once.
The population of Hillsboro, Oregon is becoming vocal about the state's enterprise zone program offering enormous tax concessions
First sentence from the fn article:
OregonLive readers reacted quickly to a story posted Monday morning outlining how out-of-state companies are building data centers in Hillsboro, attracted by massive property tax breaks.
What a joke. The commenters on OregonLive now represent the entire population of Hillsboro? Half of the article is just reprints of readers' comments on the original story.