the fact that you refer to Tina Fey as 'half rate' means the world will always, always ignore everything you say as the ravings of a clown.
when the Invid catch a whiff of this, don't say i didn't warn you.
Because "30mT" is not as sezzy?
a 30 milliTesla telescope? if you're trying to impress me, you've failed.
"Defending" yourself by striking first whenever you fabricate arbitrary threats is not defense, that is offense.
how ironic that NK has adopted the Bush Doctrine.
how much CO2 was emitted by the linked blogs' servers catching on fire.
i'm sure 'a million nerds clicking on a link' has to be responsible overall for at least
In an ideal world, we would be able to eliminate CO2 from our atmosphere completely.
thank god we'll never fully eliminate irony from the planet.
imagine you're driving a car, and right when you're in the middle of merging onto the 5 a new car appears out of nowhere in the passenger seat crushing everyone in your car to death.
something catastrophic could happen! yeah, crazy. catastrophic. what is it? well, it's bad. in the future. wow, what a problem! but it's boring. it's totally boring.
seriously, could it be more generic? at least the nbc article mentions a false vacuum event. christ.
consider a cylindrical heavy metal fan, marked about the periphery with the numbers 1 to 11.
1) first they came for murderous psychopaths, but i said nothing because i wasn't a murderous psychopath.
3) then they came for my overdue parking tickets...
wait, redstate isn't a science blog?
it's a different situation with climate change. the solution to using the CFCs that were destroying ozone was just to use a different set of chemicals that were already in the can anyways. it was literally the easiest environmental crisis we've ever had to deal with.
climate change is a whole different kettle of fish. if you had any idea how insanely cheap fossil fuels have been (and still are) you wouldn't be asking for economic alternatives.
this researcher is going to get quite rich off guessing the location of the remains. he'll say "the hunch paid off!"
Since Texas, like Japan, grows lots of rice
not for long.
plenty of species out there without fur or feathers.
sounds like you're strainin' to do a little explainin'.