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Some dinosaurs did survive, we call them birds.That would require a rate of evolution in reaction to the kt event far exceeding viruses.
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The green light passed over the contrail, it's focus was far above the contrail.far above the contrailWhat does that mean?
No, sorry U don't, of course. I get it, now. I'm just a bit touchy, about him.Every president or priminster should only have a few years per stint. Thatcherism and Blairism have surely proven that the cult of personality is on the same damaging level as despot dictators.
And he deserves it, too. I mean they both do.
He's got just one term in him and he can't afford to go slow,
and he has to undo all that damage done by that rampaging T.rump.
I wouldn't be surprised if every EP from now on gets just one, term.
That is heresy. Blasphemy is " God isn't all he's cracked up to be"I can't, off hand, think of a statement which is blasphemous, but objectively false."I am God."
Some might be undecidable.
That seems to meet both your criteria. So do you consider it undecidable? Technically I suppose so.
Very witty.QuoteBecause he's frustrated by the lack of political scrutiny of Joe Bidens leadership.I'm sorry but do U have something against uncle/gran'pa Joe?
At last there's an adult in da House, who is doing what has to be done.
Why China? Did the meltdown occur there? If not, it's not going to end up in China. The opposite side of Earth from China is the Pacific not far west of Peru/Chile, and you didn't say you were from there.Because for around 2000 years China was a mystical place, as far away as you can get, hidden behind great walls on the other side of the world. Many phrases are linked to this, such as "row to China" "walk to china" etc as it was considered the farthest of the far.
In the film The china syndrome, the term is where the nuclear fuel melts through to the ground water and then explodes in a dirty bomb, so for most areas where there are nuke plants the water table would be within a few metres of the surface. I have no doubt the cia where frustrated to learn that this was not a viable weapons delivery system.Quote from: HalcWhy China?It might be before your time: "The China Syndrome" movie was a box-office hit in 1979.
The title comes from the myth that if a nuclear reactor had a meltdown, it would melt its way all the way through the Earth, and come out on the other side (China being an exotic and distant location on "the other side of the Earth").
See trailer: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078966/
PS: This came up on another thread, talking about nuclear meltdowns.
“Engine breaking is the drag from the engaged drive chain. Brakes are better if you need to reduce speed. “but you did
The discussion is not about what has more stopping power.
When you need to reduce speed with a rate of engine braking or faster because you can’t anticipate everything it is certainly better to use engine braking.
I mean letting the car in a gear versus coasting in neutral, if you need to reduce speed faster than the coasting in neutral(or clutch pedal pressed) does, then letting the car in gear is more fuel efficient because it cuts off the fuel.no the car does not cut fuel. Reducing speed nas no real effect on efficiency.
When you need to reduce speed with a rate of engine braking or faster because you can’t anticipate everything it is certainly better to use engine braking.Engine breaking is the drag from the engaged drive chain. Brakes are better if you need to reduce speed.
Tomorrow I am planning to test-drive a car with regenerative braking. I wonder how smoothly it can transition between modes?Intresting to know Evan.