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Scientist Makes Mutant, Infectious Flu Virus in Lab
Wed Jun 11, 2014
In reply to: Ysoserioz #2 I really can't tell what you're argument is, since you've listed both those Sagan quotes severely out of context. The first was him explaining how dangerous it is for the general public to not understand anything about modern research and advancement in science, and t …
Drill Sergeant Charged With Sexually Assaulting a Dozen Women
Thu May 29, 2014
Glad the numbers of sexual assault reports are up by more than 50% though. That means more people are reporting them instead of letting the attackers go without investigation (even if the investigations aren't carried out right).
Quasar Experiment May Shed Light on Quantum Physics and Free Will
Wed Mar 5, 2014
Pretty misleading article title. But cool nonetheless
Space station's coolant system crippled, but crew stays safe
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Heat (like sound) can only travel through particles; in fact, heat is the motion of particles. There are no particles in space (or at least no significant amounts to transfer heat or sound). So, any heat that the space station builds up, either through the machinery, the body temperature …
14-year-old Danvers student charged with teacher's murder based on video, statement
Wed Oct 23, 2013
How do you figure? You think the government is telling parents not to raise their kids? If parents aren't raising their kids right, that's on the parents, not the governement. I don't even know how the hell you reached that conclusion.
Mom of girl in iconic Kenya photo: 'Regular men' saved us
Mon Sep 30, 2013
You've been to Kenya then, Tom? You apparently know quite a bit about society and culture there. Tell us of your travels.
Hyperloop sounds crazy ... but simulation says it just might work
Thu Sep 19, 2013
I don't understand how you think it's not appropriate. Musk had been hinting at the hyperloop for a while, causing speculation, guesswork, and whatever else. Then at a big press conference he in fact revealed it - thus, it is a reveal. I don't know what part of that sentence in the arti …
Heritage scholar resigns over past criticism of 'low-IQ' Hispanics
Fri May 10, 2013
"Joan" the methodist? How long'd it take you to think of that little gem?
NYC's new look: One World Trade Center spire scrapes sky
Thu May 2, 2013
Well, see, dgm, the thing about spires is there isn't very much room for movement outside of 'tall and thin'. If you wanna start accusing One WTC of being a minaret, better start railing against the Empire State Building, the Pearl of the Orient, Big Ben, and the CN tower, too.
Everything you know about dinosaurs is wrong: Tour guide sets you straight
Wed May 1, 2013
freedom, I don't understand very much of what you're saying with your carbon monologue at the beginning of your post there. I gather that you're trying to say that since carbon used in carbon dating 'disappears', there shouldn't be any carbon today. And that they can't be used to prove long ages.
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