Question: From TFA:
"Dark matter may make up 27% of the Universe's energy density, compared to just 5% of normal (atomic) matter, but in our Solar System, it's notoriously sparse. In particular, there's just a nanogram's worth per cubic kilometer."
So then, if it's 27% vs 5%, normal matter occupies roughly only about 0.185 of a nanogram per cubic kilometer? That seems on the low side.
An insult to the ancient culture? Why's that? Are you uncomfortable talking about sex or does it bother you?
You projected an imagined issue onto me, that of "being uncomfortable with sex". You completely misread the meaning of my post when there was no cause to.
You provided not a shred of any kind of evidence whatsoever. That you even claim to is ludicrous. You're just looking for an argument, i.e. trolling.
Now bugger off, there will be further communication, you're not worth my time.
The reason why they are even around is because we are involved.
Strangely enough, when you kill someone family members, they hate you every single time. I guess you should stamp out that hate with more death and hate...
We enabled them, sadly, yes; created them, no. Their twisted ideology and version of Islam did that. The US, unlike Russia, does try to limit civilian casualties. It sometimes fails, and that can and will drive more people to groups perhaps like ISIS, but the big picture is, they only needed a catalyst. And it doesn't begin to explain in the slightest why ISIS has killed so many other muslims as well as Yazidis , who had nothing to do with the US.