So you are saying that [Citation Needed] has jumped the shark?
I remember the 70s. I have no idea how anyone could think it was a "golden age". We had high inflation, high unemployment, terrible service and low quality products and were only just starting to recover from all the many ways we had been poisoning our environment with lead, pesticides and sulfur.
Thanks! I don't know how people remember this stuff. Even Einstein got it wrong twice in his name!
Already been done in Marvel's Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.
Social skills and teamwork ability are great things to have, but when these words are used in relation to a job, they invariably mean submitting to existing hierarchies. If I refuse to be a paid slave that doesn't make me an antisocial egotist.
No, but your demeaning description of how 95% of the world earns their living kinda does.
That sounds great, but I'll tell you what, a wood-frame house sure is nice when you want to make changes to the floor plan.
Actually these are not planets according to the new classification.
The IAU classification only applies to bodies within this Solar System. It does not apply to bodies outside the solar system.
The IAU therefore resolves that planets and other bodies in our Solar System, except satellites, be defined into three distinct categories in the following way:
(1) A "planet"  is a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (c) has cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit.
(2) A "dwarf planet" is a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape , (c) has not cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit, and
(d) is not a satellite.
(3) All other objects , except satellites, orbiting the Sun shall be referred to collectively as "Small Solar-System Bodies".
The IAU definition only applies to objects in this solar system. It says nothing about objects outside this solar system. It is very clear about that.
There would be the revenue from Balmer's income taxes over the next 15 years.
When I first heard about Docker, it looked to me like it was a set of tools to simplify the setup and management of chroots. But this announcement makes it look like there may be more to it. Can someone explain to me the difference between a docker container and a chroot?
Hilarious. I wish I had mod points.
Normal characters are boring. Only characters with huge character flaws are entertaining.
This has nothing to do with the Big Bang Theory. All successful sitcom characters abnormal.
The thermodynamic and information theory definition of entropy are the same, which is why "bringing thermodynamics into biochemical or origin of life questions" is entirely relevant.
Now you've got the trees being deadly.
A fungus deadly to AIDS patients was found by a 13-year-old to be growing on trees.
The passive voice has it's uses.
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