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There is a huge problem with all corporate funding of clinical trials: it's like asking the coach of the football team to referee the game. But unlike pharmaceuticals, the tobacco industry's products are never useful, they only harm human health. And there has been increasing evidence that the industry's research is problematic; one of our editors opposed banning research funded by tobacco companies as a restriction on free speech, but changed his mind because of that.
So the Spanish never thought to prosecute cybercrime yet. *waddles over to spain* just kidding
Is it backwards compatible
Why were you expecting it to melt down? The mere fact that it stayed up is a good thing. Why do you need to know the why? Was some idiot trying to melt it down? You should accept it as fact instead of questioning the why's.
Uhh... water can be transmuted into various forms with little energy. You can take silicon and carbon and phospherous and varous other things necessary for human life to be sustained, add water, and you can have a viable environment for human life. Build solar panels to produce electricity, using the titanium on the surface to move that electricity, turn the water and some carbon into Carbonic Acid, which can easily be transmuted into Hydrocarbons (sorry, me, for leaking out details of a secret government operation to turn global warming into a good thing.)
Just becasue theres miners up there dosn't mean they are stupid. They wouldn't need to be stupid. If they are told that it can benefit man kind, then they would go up. Unless his name is Barrack H. Obama.
Measuring water as weight seems so totally illogical. I mean, we think of water as gallons, or liters, and have an easier time visualizing it when expressed in gallons or liters instead of as a weight. We all know that we couldn't lift this water, but thats the closest visualization i think most people can adhear to.
If the second law is correct at all accelerations, a measuring device mounted on the rim should register no anomalous force at these points. However, if MOND is correct, the device should feel an aberrant kick. "We are able to control the conditions to produce the MOND regime in any place at any time," says De Lorenci.
Amazing, don't you agree?"
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Yay. Today i got a mouse, a laser style by Microsoft, so now I don't have to use the P.O.S. 1 button mouse that comes standard on all macs. Oh those things suck. Thats about the only good thing that happened to me today.
on a seperate note, some kids do not know how to shut up. This one kid, who started pestering me ever since I brought this computer out and plugged in my new mouse, He kept asking me if I am the Messiah described by the Christian Religeon, Jesus Christ. I am not Jesus Chri
Why wouldn't... oh right... this is the US government we're talking about. I wouldn't want to be represented on a piece of official parchment by the giant goblet of horror.
Oh no. Run!
that would be my own word smithing
Out of smart people, not greenards
Thats what she said