c is ~299,997km/s. It also is a theoretical quantity. If you ever accelerated a mass to c, you'd discover its velocity fluctuates subtly between some miniscule quantity around c. I wonder if we could somehow use this to generate a tachyon?
Now I don't use it - but there's an outside chance somebody there may actually try to get in touch with me that way someday.
With that said, they're all interesting. Check 'em all out, make your own decision.
Second (and I tend to agree with this one): make sure our children's learning institutions such as the public schools insist on a certain quality of product in return for our tuition/tax money. If the Oxford Junior Dictionary doesn't support all of the lessons we want our instructors to teach to our children then find one that does and buy it instead.
Al - please go talk to someone. Please? I don't know what that is you have a grip on, but it isn't reality.
So I'm guessing you haven't bothered seeing that therapist we talked about yet, have you? *tsk, tsk*
Either that, or we'll end up like the Vorlons. Either way, it just doesn't look good.