“Officials at the university estimate that it’ll cost about $3,000 to exhume and rebury each body, at a total cost of $21 million. The university is now considering an alternative plan in which it’ll do the work in-house, at a cost of $400,000 per year over the course of eight years.”
No way that is going to lead to the next generation of phishing...
Wow. This is terrifying.
Now do one of Donald Trump saying: “I resign the office of President of the United States, effective immediately.”
And once again, it’s science that catches the fraud, while denialism and faith are busy looking for ways to claim credit.
During the presser, someone asked: “Is this the price we have to pay for evolution?” Tomasetti responded with a wry grin: “Yes!”
I already quit smoking, now I have to give up cell division too?!
Well you beat me here to say what I was going to say but I was able to add a little photographic evidence.
Got a problem?
An unproven stem cell therapy conducted by a Florida clinic has blinded three patients in an apparent clinical trial gone horribly wrong. The incident showcases the extent to which unscrupulous clinics will take advantage of desperate patients—and how the lack of government oversight contributes to the problem.
I pegged nanny—and that is how implicit bias works folks! If you do it, own up to it and hope it helps you be better in the future.
Ping of the puck going off the post woulda been my number one. When I played I almost liked hitting the post as much as actually scoring.
‘Son, what is your teacher’s name?’
In an experiment conducted on the International Space Station, two different types of naturally-occurring algae were exposed to the extreme conditions of space. Incredibly, both strains survived. It’s a finding that could further our understanding of how life originated on Earth, and how colonists might be able to…
and could cruise underwater at speeds reaching 20 mph (39 km/h).
Genuinely curious, what was the apparent communication breakdown that led to lobbing explosives at sailors abandoning ship?
Thank you VERY much for writing an article like this, George.
Wow!... this is a novel idea!.
At first I was relieved. Robots of the future will be too busy having nonsensical arguments to bother with taking over. But the truth is AI at this stage is primitive. Below is the human equivalent of what we are watching.