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Quote: Originally Posted by Charley The mistake has been to conclude that AGW is TRUE based upon flawed and fabricated data and research.... This is where you are wrong. AGW does not depend on that research. There are mounds of data that support AGW which have stood up to review.
The "global warming movement" does not rely on Al Gore. Opponents love to hold him up as a strawman, but real scientists don't go around quoting him. The climate movement is based on science and scientists......not Al Gore. Further, climategate is about the work of a few scientists - not the whole movement. The science behind climate change does not rely on that data - there are mountains of more data. Years ago there was a famous case of a Japanese scientist who...
The technique for which the physics prize was won is hilarious to me. Scotch tape..... It goes to show how kludgy experimental science can be - even in world-class labs.
Quote: Originally Posted by MasterOfReality I think (in my industry anyway) that the universities should allow industry to design the bachelor degrees. Get real engineers and site based people an opportunity to have a say, rather than a bunch of academics who wear cardigans and jackets with shoulder patches determine the program. I recall some collegues who went to different universities had to study social science subjects so they could develope a...
Quote: Originally Posted by CrazyJew See, this is why I really hate university sometimes... so many of these "foundation" classes are useless and a waste of memory and brain power. They should be there for people who are going to use it, like people actually majoring in mathematics. Why the hell do I need to know about all the rules of existential universal statements or how to prove A or B valid ten different ways, or ridiculously long and frustrating...
Thanks, I'll check it out
I'd like to read a bit about Theodore Roosevelt. There are a bunch of biographies out there, plus his autobiography and a few others he wrote. Can anyone recommend one to pick up? Shorter is probably better - I don't know if I can commit to a 700-900 page book.
We all know opening night of the symphony is black-tie optional. Does this extend to the whole opening weekend, if the Saturday night program is the same as the Friday night?
nice glasses, but they look like they're a little too big for your face. Google a company called Microshapes. They make a range of smaller frames. I have a pair similar to your Fillmore, but smaller.
Quote: Originally Posted by Piobaire LSU football doesn't make money? Do you have any, you know, data on that? You are sounding like some sour grapes here. As modern university students are so lazy and uneducated, I thought I would help you. Here, report back on these findings: LSU FY 09-10 budget: http://www.lsusystem.edu/userfiles/f...9-2010/LSU.pdf Article on the program and revenues: ...
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