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2/3/17
9:06 PM
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That radiation is biologically irrelevant. I worked with a professor who is the researcher who led the project working on the radiation from Fukushima. And the levels and type of radiation making it to the west coast aren’t a concern in fisheries or water quality analysis. They are important because there is a lot of Read more

12/27/16
8:52 PM
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Stable just means no changes, a dead person is in stable condition. People misunderstand what these terms mean all the time.

6/4/16
12:22 AM
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It has the effect of banning them from healthy competition. Because T-blocking drugs have substantial and serious side effects that can severely impact their health and fitness. It may take away their advantage, but instead of levelling, it lowers them below the average. It can take an exceptional athlete, and make Read more

3/19/16
1:32 AM
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As a stony brook alum, I wish they’d given them a fair chance for their first time in the tourney...

2/25/16
2:19 AM
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Cockatoos “The perfect bird”? What the hell man, those things are evil, and loud. I had a flock of 40-100 roost in a tree outside my apartment, where the little fuckers would go nuts anytime a bus went by. All day and night...

2/21/16
11:14 PM
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That’s what it sounded like to me. The transmission decided it didn’t want to work anymore. At least it looked like the pilot noticed it and was able to get low and near the shore.

12/7/15
12:18 AM
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Second rate, Geneseo is one of the best small SUNY colleges... Third rate would be oneonta or similar.

11/13/15
7:02 PM
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A lot bigger waves than that, and typically only if they are hitting broadside.

11/13/15
7:00 PM
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We have more than that at sea, at the moment there are 5 at sea, with the rest undergoing maintenance, or refit.

10/26/14
9:01 PM
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That's one of the purposes they first promoted it for, in addition to voice calls. Most people are unaware of that though, since it was a specialist market, although a very large one. There have been Oceanographic buoys that use iridium since they activated the first few satellites.

And they went bankrupt because most Read more

10/26/14
2:37 PM
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It's massively important to a large number of fields, most people only noticed the consumer and business phone sales.

Nowadays it's used for collecting data from remote scientific instruments, emergency beacons for planes and ships, and pretty much anything that you need a remote voice or data collection system.

10/14/14
11:58 PM
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Meanwhile us Maroons fans are celebrating him leaving...

10/8/14
2:25 PM
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Downhiller/Roadie here, While downhill may look like we only need the strength to deal with the bike and the stunts, we also need to be in very good shape, to be competitive. It's not to the same endurance level as a road endurance cyclist, but very similar to a track or cyclocross specialist. It's slightly different Read more

9/12/14
11:51 PM
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I've made them for a bunch of large events as well. If you've ever had the volunteer FD grilled chicken between Canandaigua and Penn Yan in the last 6 years, You probably had something made by me or my buddies/coworkers.
And you would never get the creamyness out of the particular variety of potatoes used if you Read more

9/11/14
11:15 PM
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The adhesion of the foam balls that make up the foam in the helmet starts to break down after a few years. So they do start to degrade after a while. At 3 years old, even a small drop or bang causes destructive damage to the helmet. The kind that compromises its safety.

9/11/14
11:11 PM
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They are usually a white #1 seed or 1 year potato, boiled at a ratio of around 2lbs potatoes to half a pound of salt...

9/11/14
11:10 PM
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No, They aren't. I have never seen them like that, And I've lived around where they came from my entire life.

2/26/14
10:27 PM
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You are correct, in part. Radiocarbon dating does become useless at the point in time where all of the C14 has decomposed. However we then move to other radioisotopes for dating, some of which measure time in decades, and others that measure time in the billions of years.