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Lets use http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI SI units, shall we? 40 Gigagrams of uranium.
PS: I couldn’t figure out how to create proper links, and I am too tired to keep on looking...
I have tried using the Britannica site a few times in the past, and I just tried again now. It isn't very good, is it? I mean sure maybe it's all accurate, but on Wikipedia I find what I am looking for within a few minutes, mostly within seconds. Once you get there, the pages are relatively easy to read.
Go on, have a look at Britannica.com... Tell me what you think... What do you think most non-geeks will go back to, Wikipedia or Britannica?
Very expensive, yes.
I am really not a fan of firefox, but this it does right. The original author did not put in a lot of research nor a lot of thought.
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if I could save time in a bottle
the first thing that I'd like to do
is to save every day 'til eternity passes away
just to spend them with you
if I could make days last forever
if words could make wishes come true
I'd save every day like a treasure and then
again I would spend them with you
funny how people open their mouth without thinking/reading/informing themselves
funny how people just "assume" things
funny how people always asume there is a fire when they see smoke
as long as u havent actually *seen* a fire, there is NO fire, just the potential of one.
now, me, i like playing devils advocate