If making ridiculous extrapolations to the future without any backlash from scientific community is possible, then _everything_ is possible.
As a regular at the Moosque I'd rather be interested in the opposite device converting speech into breath.
When I hear from time to time those wonderful thoughtful remarks by US politicians that seem to be so upfront against "reactionary" establishment, it always reminds of a 30-year old (at least) Russian meme called "The fight of Nanay boys". Basically, those Nanay folks of Far North of Russia had had this traditional entertainment show called "The fight of Nanay boys" where an entertainer would dress his lower and upper parts of his body in clothes in such a way so when he bends forward and stands on his feet and hands it appears so as if two boys are fighting each other
Here is an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
That's what first come to mind when I here statements like the one from Mrs. Sotomayor
The whole series of his reviews of fictional books is wonderful.
One of my favorites is Die Kultur Als Fehler, or 'Civilization as a mistake':
I haven't read other comments (I do not want to be a subject of the study
The level of anti-"terrorist" propaganda is 10 times more than after 9/11, and there is no event even remotely close to that nowadays.
Notice the change in the level of dissent. After 9/11 there were Stockhausen and Maher. Granted, both of them were slapped at their dissident hands, so that contributed to deafening silence that followed.
I haven't heard a single voice that dares to doubt the propaganda.
Thanks for providing an answer that at least remotely fitting to Muslim during this month of Ramadan:
> I mostly care about the food
Fireworks started at 9pm, right at the time I just started to eat my Iftar. At first, when I was still hungry, it sounded like pop-corn was finishing last pops in the microwave.
"Firing someone" is not simply "social pressure"
To begin with, the article is speculation:
>although no one knows for sure whether the bacteria survived the inter-planetary ride.
> The key part here is that when you are looking for life
You should be able to tell if the life is extra-terrestrial without arbitrarily excluding possibility of contamination.
For example, I do not need a whole history of specimen to determine if genome sequence was contaminated. There are computer programs that will do that fairly easily.
"and releasing more energy than a large atomic bomb" in the first reports it was "a small atomic bomb".
"Your 60-hour police work is not a badge of honor" and then in the text: "it's a sign that favelas are screwed up organizationally".
>The internet interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.
In this particular case, it's more of an opposite, since American law enforcement is known for baiting people into committing crimes.
There are international grants?
I object my tax dollars going to support this kind of crap studies.
How do I check if my card number is compromised?
Does this affect only cards used in brick-and-mortar store cashier machines?