And if you order right now, they'll also give you a free mug with a penguin on it.
the problem with this stupid reply is it presupposes everyone from every generation is the same. The point of this article is that even this generations best and brightest aren't getting by in a way that will ensure they end up at the top of the system when they are ready to retire.
...and you're presupposing that the generation's best and brightest are these scientists. In my (personal) experience, the smartest people I know (both intrinsically and academically) opted to go into the private sector, not stay in academia and work for grants & peanuts.
On Slashdot, the Editors don't Edit... they approve postings.
This is equivalent to me making a website / forum kind of thing, supporting it, building the community and then selling it to VA Linux w/o care for my supporters, or users.
Fixed it for you...
I wish I had mod points.
And for only $30 billion, and with 50,000 kg LESS lift capacity than it had in 1969.
To quote Neil deGrasse Tyson, "Apollo in 1969. Shuttle in 1981. Nothing in 2011. Our space program would look awesome to anyone living backwards thru time."
none of them are witty or clever.
The ideas are lame, and the photoshops are particularly bad.
Too bad, it could've been funny if some thought was put into it.