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I wonder what fraction of the world can actually read a score (in any meaningful way).
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your competitive bricklaying
I had Birmingham in mind
stadium and village
Let's throw the question back at the questioner. How many paleoentomologists do we need?Roughly the same as the number of jazz musicians we need.
I think it may be due to the fact that in the past just as in the present there is no shortage of insectsIf the bees die out, they are taking us with them.
You are ignoring the conservation laws again.I'm saying it's more complicated than that, but irrelevant because your hallucination requires a breach of the conservation laws.I'm saying that it's not so complicated.
If you accept the gravity wave' BH and agree that a Pulsar has ultra high EM power, then you have to agree that it could generate new particles near its event horizon by its ultra high EM power/radiation.
black holes might contain...Or they might not.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 24/07/2021 18:19:56
I'm saying it's more complicated than that, but irrelevant because your hallucination requires a breach of the conservation laws.
They also remove rivets from wings, as well as barn doors and gremlins as the efficiency tends to dropThanks for sharing.
Will a perpetual motion machine ever be inventedNot in any useful sense.
are those that try just deluded and wasting their time.Deluded may not be the word. Misinformed might be a better term.
There's a lot of concepts about what would be used for interstellar missions that would take more than a decade of travel. Plutonium-238 dioxide is my guess.I'm guessing at "No", because it has a half life of about 90 years and I don't think we have any tech on the horizon that would get us to any other star that quickly.
It was not a great success !It was better than the coverage in 62, and that's the point.
Nobody says that coincidences do not happen.No, it's not. And that's the point.If you measure speed of light in vacuum a trillion times a day, you will also get the same number as coordinate of the great pyramid of Giza.This proving that the Egyptians invented SI measurements (it was actually the French revolutionaries), sexagesimal angular measurements (it was actually the Babylonians) and decimal GPS coordinates (actually the US military).