George Lucas (Verb) Lucasing, Lucased (a) The act of committing graphics overkill.
Better update it. Lucas Electrical
Yeah I tried that "no honey, it's an ID verification device" line before too.
Are you a man or a woman?
I wish the best of luck to whoever gets to model the behavior of a mixed (mostly) nonpolar gas interacting with a dense, more or less randomly packed, array of 240nm spikes, composed of some sort of complex biological polymer arrangement, at the boundary of the (already complex enough) interaction between an insect wing and the surrounding fluid.
Let us suppose a perfectly spherical spike in a vacuum...
Now James Maynard has upped the ante by presenting an independent proof that pushes the gap down to 600. A new Polymath project is in the planning stages, (...) to push the bound even lower.
600 ought to be enough for anyone.
The reason is that the weather station network covers only about 85% of the planet
What does that even mean?
and the world championship measures more your ability to present an impregnable wall of defensive ability and be unbeatable.
That would be Mayweather.
Worst headline ever.
It's OK to use it sometimes. Parabole on the other hand...
Mankind had many thousands of years to try to do things before we had a written history, and everyone likes to believe those cultures were oblivious.
Oblivious means "lacking all memory; forgetful".
Insofar as such cultures lacked writing, they are indeed "oblivious", notwithstanding some form of oral transmission of knowledge such as "Thirty days hath September..."
If the US can't find sixty billion dollars a year to spend on airport security but can find one trillion dollars a year to spend on blowing the crap out of foreign countries, the US needs better accountants.
The US wouldn't need sixty billion dollars a year to spend on airport security if it stops spending one trillion dollars a year on blowing the crap out of foreign countries, the US needs better leaders.
Well duh.... Since when has Occam's Razor been dead? Why do crackpot theories even get mentioned when the simplest explanation (meteor) is ignored?
Not dead, it's just that he decided to go five blades.
Why have a middle man if they cannot offer any better deals or services? I understand it artificially creates jobs, but that seems like a horrible thing to force.
This does not just apply to vehicles.
Government is the biggest middleman of them all.