...but mostly it makes things that can be used wisely or foolishly.
"This is Dan Quigley for Science in the News, I'm here in downtown Slashdot and the air is thick with FUD. I'm talking torrential downpour, with a chance of irony!"
American footballers are schoolgirls.
And then there's Curling. Real blood sport. My experience with Curling: Went to Ottawa for business, stopped in Vancouver for a connecting flight. In one waiting area bar was a few televisions with people watching Curling. I had two hours to kill so I sat down with a beer and watched Curling. Two hours later I left to get my connecting flight. Two hours of looking at my watch, drinking Molsen's, and watching Curling. Two hours. Seemed like 5. I tried to get into it, honestly. Then I left Vancouver. That was my last experience with Curling. Seriously. It could have been an English documentary on cheese making. I left with the same impression. Woah. Need a sleep-aid? Watch Curling.
If you want to invest your money in risky ventures you should expect to lose it.
Trvth. Plus; isn't the space saturated with flying things?
"The no-communication theorem states that, within the context of quantum mechanics, it is not possible to transmit classical bits of information by means of carefully prepared mixed or pure states, whether entangled or not."
Theory is gray, but the golden tree of life is green. -- Goethe