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    Do. Not. Even. Write that last one. I suspect...

    Do. Not. Even. Write that last one.

    I suspect she has her decision (whatever way she wants, non-political) already signed with the date left unstamped, and a Living will saying "Keep on ventilator...
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    This is all really cool, except I don't know what...

    This is all really cool, except I don't know what a Bayeux Tapestry is (I know what a tapestry is ... I think)

    I am not a smart man.
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    No, but Reptilians running DC fits exactly what I...

    No, but Reptilians running DC fits exactly what I said - "they're not aliens" - of course, I have some research on this. So, it doesn't get by me.


    In a little more seriousness, 2020 will be...
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    Would it be morally wrong to bring back extinct...

    Would it be morally wrong to bring back extinct species, or the right thing to do? Personally, we probably should focus on not extinguishing the ones we got.

    Discover Magazine:



    Do these...
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    Some Thoughts: The Queen of England never...

    Some Thoughts:

    The Queen of England never dies.

    Meteors hit earth all the time. :)

    Godzilla is overdue, if you look at Fukashima

    If naked photos of Trump were leaked they'd immediately be...
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    Ancient DNA suggests Vikings may have been...

    Ancient DNA suggests Vikings may have been plagued by smallpox

    Seems timely: Forget going to the moon, smashing atoms, or sequencing genes, when smallpox was eradicated from the globe it was...
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    The star cluster closest to Earth is in its death...

    The star cluster closest to Earth is in its death throes
    Stars in the Hyades are moving so fast it will disintegrate in 30 million years



    "Death throes" means thirty million years in...
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    I saw the most amazing video in a tweet the other...

    I saw the most amazing video in a tweet the other day of this massive long lightning strike against the statue of Liberty and the guy wrote "Steven Miller has to stop G-Damn it!"
  9. Thread: Filip going pro

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    I had no real problem with him, his game, his...

    I had no real problem with him, his game, his attitude, or definitely his decision - it makes total sense to me given the circumstances.

    But with respect to your points, with each one, every...
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    That's perfect, the view to the north is the...

    That's perfect, the view to the north is the clearest for me. Yes, I have binocs, gotta figure out why my dog is across the pond and on the side of the hill :)
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    I could never do that. There are so many...

    I could never do that. There are so many different "types" of genius, artistic, math/analytical, mechanical, ... I am so lucky my survival doesn't depend on me being mechanical.

    That looks like a...
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    I haven't. Is it near the horizon? Our limitation...

    I haven't. Is it near the horizon? Our limitation is huge trees just 20-30 yards off in either direction.
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    I've been reading more and more on how the...

    I've been reading more and more on how the universe is likely littered with life everywhere, but it's probably 99% micro-bacterial type, 1% multi-cellular and that intelligence is likely exceedingly...
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    Scientists stumbled across the first known...

    Scientists stumbled across the first known manganese-fueled bacteria
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    There is an anesthesiologist who has hooked up...

    There is an anesthesiologist who has hooked up with Sir Roger Penrose (the physicist) and they believe that consciousness arises out of quantum mechanics and that there is a "consciousness field"...
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    Kitz - Your Link: https://quantum.country/qcvc ...

    Kitz - Your Link: https://quantum.country/qcvc

    The question about whether aliens would necessarily have computers bc it's an essential function of math/nature, and the intro into quantum computers...
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    That is amazingly fortunate and I had no idea...

    That is amazingly fortunate and I had no idea about the background, only that they were very excited about their stuff yesterday in the Lancet.

    I took immunology BIO 338 (or something) at GU in...
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    How do you like the results? Laser surgery...

    How do you like the results?

    Laser surgery probably isn't pretty, but I watched a cataract procedure before they had laser and ... you'd prefer the laser, trust me.
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    It seems impossible to discuss anything about...

    It seems impossible to discuss anything about COVID without it being interpreted as political, and yet this isn't political at all. I have a family member that is an intensive care specialist. 30% of...
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    I am a sunflower freak. I love them. I have...

    I am a sunflower freak. I love them. I have probably 20 growing around the garden now, probably 15 Zenias (they get HUGE), and a whole bunch of other stuff I can't identify, just stuff from those...
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    Rex is THE best follow on Twitter, been with him...

    Rex is THE best follow on Twitter, been with him over a year. Wow.

    You know how usually you run water for a bit until the cold stuff comes out? In the deep south, it's the opposite. If you want...
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    Physicists at CERN discover a new particle: ...

    Physicists at CERN discover a new particle:

    You will note, of course, that this doesn't happen very often. And they never know whether something new might explain all kinds of stuff. Maybe not,...
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    That is awesome. She has read other books but can...

    That is awesome. She has read other books but can lose her attention. My dad got her a series she likes, I can't even remember the name, it was pre-Potter. It's about an 11 year old girl who gets a...
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    Reasons why I will still come to the Foo: 1. I...

    Reasons why I will still come to the Foo:

    1. I have no friends.

    2. All my friends are here.

    3. I want to see if I eventually grow up. I'll keep you posted.

    4. Sometimes there is really...
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    You have taken far more than most. You can...

    You have taken far more than most.

    You can walk away with your head high.

    I would urge you, if/when you do walk away, take at least as much overall good from it as anything. Over your career...
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