Oh darn, if only you had.more room to provide use with those equally valid "theories"
Right, because fewer people died of opportunistic infections before we had anti biotics and disinfectants.
Where did you learn science? Home School creationism?
Observation of actual phenomena (evolution) ->Hypothesis of the mechanism of observed phenomena (Natural selection, genetic mutation, etc) -> Test, Test, Test, Test, Test ->Mechanism is stated to be a theory by consensus ->Test-> (maybe) revise theory -> (and on we go)
You could have saved us a lot of time and just stopped after your first sentence.
Earth isn't large enough to capture an object the size of the moon in such a close orbit. and the moon was orbiting in a much much closer orbit 4 billion years ago.So, no, it was the most complex explanation.
Who gives a shit about OS X and Linux? I want a slim mini-itx box in my living room that I can use to play my games. This does that.
As any good viewer of Cosmos knows the church excommunicated the guy who hypothesized about heliocentrism.
I don't think the entire line needs to be a mag lev train but the connection between continents should be. The trip under the straight should be a short as possible with a little noise as possible.
I believe it was a hypothesis that the universe began with symmetric amounts of matter and anti-matter. The recent BICEP2 results should provide a method for us to inquire about that idea either directly or through constraints by tossing out many hypothesizes related to quantum gravity and the nature of the early universe.
Well....there is your problem....asking (pure) astronomy grads a question about physics is like asking a (pure) physics grads questions about math. Sure, they know the stuff they need to know to do their work but they can't answer the deeper "why" questions related to the field.
you are right, however, it is also made in such a way as to provide nothing but trouble when you need to teach kids how to really subtract.
I don't know if that is Common Core's fault. Idiots implement the standards and think they make it easier for kids.The high standards are good, the poor implimentation in many districts is not.
Your obvious parody of the foundation series may not be far off. I am sure there will be a group of highly educated folk who find a place with decent sustainable resources and set up a society based on sustainability and preservation of human knowledge. Then once the chaos consumes existing civilizations it will be able to expand and grow to dominate the world once again...minus the psychologists that lean to use psychic powers of the mind.
so, what you are saying is there is going to be a market in safe, easy to use wooden sailing ships?
where do they get their mass from?