When I read the article yesterday they had not confirmed 4 quarks. They suspected four quarks, but it could also be a pair of two-quark particles closely bonded in a hadron molecule. Confirmation was hoped for in a year or so.
I have family who lived in and around Oak Ridge in the 50's. Some of them got booted to make way for the plant. Legend has it one cousin was a technician at the plant, walking around with his clipboard up when he went through the wrong door. He stopped walking, looked down, and realized he was standing at the edge of the pool with the nuclear pile in it. He described the same blue glow. Dropped the clipboard, quit his job and moved to the Bahamas to track satellites for NASA.
Sorry, I left the valve open. I'll go back and get it.
Yes, it can distort the space/time continuum. And the FBI doesn't background check political candidates. That's your job, and the media's. Nobody bothers, since nobody will listen anyway.
According to the Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2095193/Lake-Vostok-Russian-scientists-drilling-alien-Antarctic-lake-buried-20m-years.html) this morning, the Russian team has been out of contact for a week. An American scientist says they're probably just busy. Busy incubating aliens, more likely.
In this crowd? Shocked, shocked I am.
And popular knowledge invalidates actual fact how? Yes, that's how people learned about it. That's how I learned about it. It wasn't until a couple of months ago that it came up in conversation in a way which prompted me to look up when it was actually invented. And then I learned I everything I thought I knew about Festivus was wrong... I'm not saying interrupt every conversation about Festivus with a lecture on its origins. Nobody wants to be that guy, except the people who already are. But an amusing anecdote that one of the Seinfeld writer's fathers invented it, leading his son to pour it out on the Constanze family as a form of therapy, might be well received.
Festivus actually pre-dates Seinfeld. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festivus
with people who buy ink by the barrel. That's an old saying about fighting newspapers. What's the best way to update that for the internet? "Don't pick a fight with people who have huge daily unique views." "Don't pick a fight with people whose backlinks beat 5 digits." Help me out here.
We're still going to need a TARDIS to put the whole series together.
Make 'em name of them Spunk.
Media. I work for a company that makes video editing systems, and 30GiB/s would be great when you're dealing with multiple streams of media at 225Mb/s or higher off a shared storage solution.
Cancer in the defense of freedom is not cancer at all.
Obviously where the Nazis fled at the end of WWII. Now, where's my thorium?
He was in charge of tools. Heh Heh.