then they can pay for their own fricking stadiums.
and we should give them 20 billion, then 24, 28,32,36....
Science is far more important than killing people.... yet we give 80% of our taxes to the department of killing things.
Mars? launch a very large rover for the moon and another to Venus. why the hell are we only looking at one planet?
Skylab did it's mission, HAve you been in Skylab II? I have, it's sitting there at space camp in Huntsville, AL. I was able to get past the glass and walk around. it was incredibly small and not much science could get done in it. mostly it was to make sure that humans did not get space madness after extended stays in low gravity.
to republican leaders? science has zero value.
Pork bellies is where it's at!
And you forgot the fact that the A-10 is a better combat platform than the F-35 will ever be. Will the F-35 be able to fly home with most of it's wings and tail section missing? I doubt it. the A-10 does it all the time.
less than 1% of the Defense budget can run NASA at higher levels. WTF is wrong with the complete MORONS that were elected to be in Congress?
They want to save money, call all the troops home and end the frigging police actions.
Yes, there is. it is right there in the agreement that YOU SHOULD HAVE READ when you first use the store. you clicked "i agree"
What? you did not read that? not our problem.
"I don't see how parents have anything to do with this."
I do, I see very low IQ parents causing the problem. Giving a $300 easily broken glass device to a toddler? Not bothering to learn that it stays logged in for a short time afterwards for purchases?
I cant break the law and claim ignorance.... The judge needs to smack these "parents" with clue by fours. If you are too dumb to use the technology, you should not have the technology.
There is natural human variation tho.
Some humans can see near infra read and some can see near ultraviolet.
Some humans are super genius's. Not even really measurable on the IQ scale.
It's reasonable that some can hear a little more music.
I used to video game with a guy who could see and was bothered by 58fps vs 60fps.
For most of us 30fps felt glass smooth.
He was an incredible athlete with lightning fast reflexes and did amazing things in sports. Clearly far end of the bell curve.
However, while there are human exceptions like this- for most (the vast majority of) people- what are you saving is completely valid.
go home Sean Young, you're drunk
Hans Keppler, a geologist at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, cautioned against extrapolating the size of the subterranean water find from a single sample of ringwoodite.
And he also said
"In some ways it is an ocean in Earth's interior, as visualised by Jules Verne... although not in the form of liquid water," Keppler said in a commentary also published by Nature.
Ain't nothing swimming around down there.
Your tastes and preferences define your notion of importance. This is empirically verifiable.
I don't dispute that. What I contend is that, while doing so, one should recognize that it amounts to viewing the world through the lens of one's own interests. Any decisions made are tempered by that knowledge.
It's a self-awareness beyond standard ego consciousness. It tends to make you truly ashamed of and prepared to abandon any sort of self-centered, exploitative motive.
It's one of those things that anyone is capable of doing, provided they really want to.