They are saying hurricane Sandy merged with another storm system? How does this happen, if they are both spinning the same direction, wouldn't they cancel each other out rather than add to each other?
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But from experience I always seem to dry faster after a cold one.
Previously, there was a category for "My Posts" that which was nice, but perhaps not vital. It was nice to see which of one's posts had been commented on.
However, I do believe it is important to have a religion. Your religion defines your basic ethical system that defines how you limit your own actions in relation to others and the planet where we live.
No, I think that's a variation on the gamblers fallacy en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambler's_fallacy
It's not. Unless they are cheating, gamblers can't influence an outcome. Those who turn on a cell phone in an aircraft, whether they like it or not, are absolutely influencing an outcome.
You might be quite right to get upset if your car conked out due to RFI. If the aeroplane in which you were flying conked out due to RFI, your upset might only be temporary.
Under what circumstances is it acceptable for one passenger to deliberately do anything that increases the risk of a catastrophic failure that might kill all of his, or her, fellow passengers?
lotta answers to sci problems have come thru dreams?= its a reconfiguration of the braindataLike what?
We'll begin with the age-old advice that you should drink at least eight glasses of water a day, or about two liters. If you're backpacking or bicycle racing, that's not really all that much. But for most people, who, like me, sit around watching TV and scratching their belly, this would merely lead to superfluous trips to the bathroom. The problem is that the advice is not only unsupported, it's also misrepresented. The original recommendation seems to come from the Food and Nutrition Board of the National Research Council, which, way back in 1945, said that you should do this. But what seems to have been forgotten is that the report added "Most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods." Omit that, and it appears that you're supposed to stand at the sink and fill your glass eight times a day; which, it turns out, nobody ever recommended in the first place. Whatever you drink normally, in the form of coffee, juice, soft drinks, whatever, probably satisfies most people's water requirements. The evidence for this is that we don't see suited businesspeople laying around on the sidewalks of New York City dying of thirst, stretching out their hands in appeal to passersby.