When will we see asteroid Barclay?
When will we see asteroid Barclay?
the planet has existed for millions of years
Er, the planet has existed for 4.5 BILLION years. There have been at least 5 major ice ages in geological history. The last one was from 110,000 to 12,000 years ago. We are currently in the early stages of an inter-glaciation period.
The period of contemporary scientific research and record-keeping, as correctly pointed out, at about 150 years, represents about the last 0.000003% of planetary existence. If the existence of the earth were represented by the 1281 pages of the bible, the period of contemporary scientific research and record-keeping would be represented by less than the single last letter of the last word on the last page of the bible.
And if someone gets a little too frisky with China, and pulls some really dumb move, China owns something like a third of the total foreign held US debt.
And what the fuck are you afraid they are going to do? Threaten not to collect their repayment? Stamp their feet? Think, man. Debt is furnishing cash money in exchange for a paper promise. We've ALREADY been paid; they are left hoping we don't go tits up and they lose all their investment.
Now, if you wanted to observe that we have also sold off all our real estate and corporations to them, at least that would be a valid concern.
Bullshit. Can't be done. You can't reassign gender (whatever that is), or sex. All you can do to a male is mutilate it. Every cell in the organism still has X and Y chromosomes.
I had to look it up, EV's will run 60-80 miles on a full charge.
Some only go 30. Others go at least 200. I don't claim they can replace ALL internal combustion cars, but don't exaggerate. Let's keep it real.
Evolve. The word is evolve, not evolution. And neither capitalism nor communism is what corruption comes from. Corruption comes from human nature, and the only way to combat it is by some incorruptible authority guarding against it with an eagle eye, and taking relentless vengeance against it when it does occur.
You've only got eight more days to sing that song.
it's not particularly brittle
Spectacularly wrong. Carbon fiber is about as brittle as china. It has very little toughness. The plastic elongation is next to zero. The ability of steel, aluminum, titanium, etc to plastically deform when overstressed, absorbing enormous energy before rupturing, is what makes them so structurally useful. Carbon fiber acts just fine until it ruptures explosively when overstressed. When a tiny crack develops locally in metal, stress gets redistributed around it. You find that crack during regular inspection and take measures to repair it. In carbon fiber there is no such warning whatsoever.
Stopped reading right there. Drunk, or stupid?
Let's face it. It wasn't an actor, it was an actress. Old guys get acting jobs, and good ones. There are lots of 70+ year old actors, and a fair number of 90+. But there aren't many women much over 50 with acting jobs, and even over 30-40 they get relegated to side characters.
Just HOW does this law violate the US constitution? This may be news to you, but the first amendment says (on this topic) only "CONGRESS shall make no law
You want a better guarantee on this subject, get the US constitution amended. Good luck with that.
Betteridge's law of headlines. Answer is no. HELL no. Hell no, you royal asshole. Discussion terminated. OK?
I think a lot of python users are not even aware of this. It's not a secret, and it's not just for lambdas. Semicolon is a perfectly legal statement separator in python. It's just that newline is ALSO a statement separator.
if x < 1: print(x); print(y); print(z)
is the same as
if x < 1:
Agree. Everybody who knows anything knows Arch is the best for desktop, but I wouldn't use it for server.
Comcast Gigabit PRO (2gbps symetrical).
Funny; there's no mention of any offering anywhere near that where I am. I could get 150/10, but it adds so much cost and my need is so slight that I stick with the 25/5.
"The vast majority of successful major crimes against property are perpetrated by individuals abusing positions of trust." -- Lawrence Dalzell