With logic like that who needs enemas!!!
>I've wondered whether we should start putting carbon back into the ground, and whether this is feasible
Calcium Carbonate is an alternative to plastic and plants. It has worked in the past. Disclaimer, I am a classically trained rock licking geologist. The CaCO3 will be in the form of the lifeless bodies of dead things accumulating in sea bottom ooze, not that different from 'the ground' although once it becomes carbonate there is no going back. Some places will be too deep, some marginally to acid but there are large parts of the world that could support accumulation. Someone with a calculator can work out the volume of 30 gigatonnes of CO2 converted to CaCO3.
>Unicorns don't exist in the real world...
Yes they do, they are also known as rhinoceros, are ugly as homemade sin, and mean.
Eatted, not et.
And both are correct.
The simplest answer is that American tech workers have a better union.
I have toyed with the idea of turning my land line into a 1-900 number so that the robocallers have to pay me to talk to the box.
I think you mean cow-orker
>well, people _can_ multitask.
Actually, people timeshare. That looks like multitasking but it is very different. Time sharing means a supervisor routing and swapping in and out. When you have stuff swapped out and then the system is rebooted it makes a hell of a mess.
I thought they ground him up and did radioactive dating? There was something in the news about them killing the oldest living of some kind of critter to figure out how old it was.
Learn to play a musical instrument well enough to earn supper.
learn to repair sails
dead tree books on edible wild plants
old Encyclopedia Britannicas - anyone know how many it will take to stop a 50 cal round? I once determined empirically that a 150 grain bronze point 30-06 will penetrate 2.5 color (tube type) television sets.
Suppose Isabella told Christopher Columbus to piss off and instead just sent robots. Those robots would *NEVER* have found San Francisco, one of the most beautiful cities on the planet. Or jazz, or blues, or grunge, or KC bar-b-que or Tex-mex. Humans must go to find the things that will be there, not the things that are there now.
I guess we will find out soon enough...
Prof: So the American government went to IBM to come up with a data encryption standard and they came up with ... Student: EBCDIC!"