But he did play a big role in laying the legal and doctrinal groundwork for the trials in his writings and sermons, and he wrote quite enthusiastically about their progress in his diary and letters.
Oh, good, it worked. >:)
No, this whole thing is really an alternate-history time-travel story... Really, though, thanks for catching that! :)
According to Kracht et al., that noise level occurs about 40% of the time in some operating rooms (granted that the authors do note that some types of surgery are noisier than others). http://scitation.aip.org/content/asa/jo…
It’s perfectly safe, as long as you know where your towel is and don’t panic.
That is the most adorable thing I have read all day. (And I have read about puppies.)
It’s China. I’m assuming not.
Here’s the thing: there’s no scientific controversy around those topics. Politicians and the general public still like to argue, but the facts are well established. So it’s worth knowing that the political controversy sneaks into articles that should be about scientific fact.
It’s a great jumping-off point for a lot of things.
You are my favorite commenter right now. Don’t tell the others.
NASA is given credit at the bottom of the post. :)
Clearly it was appalled by your taste in music.
Hilariously, that song and “Another One Bites the Dust” have the perfect rhythm for CPR.
That is awesome. I know what I’m doing this evening!
Make sure to check the system requirements, but mine’s a 2010 iBuyPower laptop, also not a touchscreen, and it’s running fine so far.
My laptop actually doesn’t have a touchscreen. Windows 10 is very mouse-friendly. You can switch to a more touchscreen-friendly Tablet Mode, but of course I haven’t done that on the laptop, because that would be silly.
Yours has a stem? Mine is just the circle. The old one was a magnifying glass, but this one is missing its handle.
It’s less immediately recognizeable as a magnifying glass since this version shows up without the handle. It actually keeps throwing me off, because I look for the old magnifying glass and have to remind myself that it’s now just a circle. Which is interesting, because iconography tends to become more abstract over…
I am right there with you on the high-level math. There’s a lot of awesome stuff going on in computer information, though, and some of it intersects with meteorology in cool ways.