Why do you declare it a fuckup? They diverted the water, and now have farmland where before they had desert. That was their plan. If you're telling me that they wanted farmland in the desert as well as the Aral Sea to stay the same, then yes it was a fuckup. But I don't think that was the intention.
Then how the hell did it end up in Texas?
Obviously you missed the end of the last book where John Snow gets killed.
It's not a movie dumbass
everyone you've read about so far dies. New characters are introduced. They die too. Children of new characters emerge, and die. Lots more dying, followed by a bit more dying.
Considering the many thousands that have been killed by ISIS, including thousands of Iraqi soldiers, I don't think a "fruit fly" is an apt comparison. And ISIS has access to anti-air weaponry too.
The Raptor has three internal weapons bays: a large bay on the bottom of the fuselage, and two smaller bays on the sides of the fuselage, aft of the engine intakes. It can carry six medium range missiles in the center bay and one short–range missile in each side bay; Four of the medium range missiles can be replaced with two bomb racks that can each carry one medium-size or four smaller bombs.
who do you think invented date rape drugs?
This comment isn't a troll. Claiming the area covered is bigger but the volume is much much lower needs a citation. All I've been able to find are "theories" on why the ice is growing in Antarctica.
How does the directive to "save who you can" allow it to decide which potential target to save?
But 3 consecutive years of expansion would be....
Arctic sea ice is rebounding too. So Antarctic sea ice is at record levels, and Arctic sea ice has moved well away from it's record low, FYI.
That's not moving goalposts. If you ask for the data, you expect you'll get the original recordings, not a bunch of values that have been adjusted arbitrarily at someone's whim without an explanation of those adjustments and a means of extracting the original values.
Really? Every time it rains in Washington, DC 4 Billion liters of inexpensive, clean water that doesn't require large amounts of energy to process falls.