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Is this fully convincing?
According to the existing evidence, yes. Multiple transitional forms between land carnivores and modern cetaceans are known (ambulocetus, pakicetus and basilosaurus, to name a few).
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Is this fully convincing?
I'd have gone for 16 times.
i believe both O2 and CO2 are essential particles that are being inhaled during normal respiration.
But why should that fact - that we can't see them doing it - mean that they aren't simultaneously doing it?
The "Nuclear Winter" scenario has never been empirically tested.
I doubt that it represents the truth.
It was invented during the SALT negotiations of the 1970/80's. To scare people.
The chances are 70/30 that the asteroid will come down in the sea. The sea-water will provide an effective shield against the "pulverised rock" that you refer to. Most of this rock will be never get out of the sea. So won't be a problem.
We are not mindless dinosaurs, but intelligent human beings! We're not going to be wiped out by some stupid rock thrown at us.
Please adopt a more positive attitude!
Did not the kt asteroid comedown in the sea?
Such a strike would have very different consequences for the total global population - depending on which side of the globe the asteroid struck.
If the asteroid struck the "Eastern" side - by which I mean, the side which consists almost entirely of the Pacific Ocean - the consequences wouldn't be too bad. From a global perspective.
Where's the evolutionary advantage of all that?
If it doesn't have an 'edge' then what are we measuring to?
If we say that the universe is 13.8 billion years old because that is the furthest we can see, then any stars that are 13.8 billion light years away from us
won't have anything beyond them will they?
To ask another silly question - why do I have to go through verification every time I post a question or reply to an answer when I'm already logged in?
If the universe has walls, then what are the walls made of? I agree that its probably finite.
I have not found someone willing to help with the equation of this.
I am willing to share the find under contract when the equation is formulated. The irony that this has been looking at us since the start of human research of the stars and yet it has been missed the whole time. Very similar to Newton's law. I know what i have found is correct.
If you are a genius with Physics equations please contact myself.
Why is it that You always Specify the Apple falling onto the Earth?
Why can it Not be the other way around...that the whole damm planet is rising up to catch the falling Apple?
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Perhaps we haven't had atomic energy long enough to develop practicable methods for using it to propel spacecraft.