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Interesting. So if there is water, that means there could potentially be life. What life is found in water? Whales. So logically, soon we should find:

Oct 19
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I’m conflicted about this part. Don’t we live in a society where people are innocent until proven guilty? I mean, he’s probably guilty, but isn’t it jumping the gun a bit for an employer to pass judgement before the law actually does? Read more

Sep 9
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This is the first thing I thought of. I guess no one at Tesla has ever worked in a warehouse.  

Sep 3
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The Aspen 20 story (for those who don’t know... This is going to be the best thing you read all day.) Read more

Sep 2
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As I read this article, all I could think about was Jon Polito’s voice coming over the plane’s PA, saying: “Don’t panic. Everything’s fine. It’s all part of the show, ladies and gentlemen. All part of the show.”.

Sep 2
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You want to point to a comic book movie that Did It Right, that would be The Rocketeer. Kept dead-on to the Stevens’ graphic novel, Campbell looking like he’d stepped right off the comics’ pages, Connelly doing the Betty Page part without resorting to copying Betty Page, the humor, the magnificent James Horner Read more

Aug 26
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The irony of them having a Wheel Of Fortune sound effect as their doorbell tone is strong with this one.

Aug 6
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Retraction seems like a very strange route to take. A future paper could have simply correctly identified Oculudentavis as a squamate. That’s generally how science works (it’s self-correcting). There’s definitely more to this story, and it’s a shame that Nature’s not saying.

Aug 2
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Excuse, but please get off my lawn. That “olden days” version has far too many colors. If it’s not just green and black, it’s not the real Oregon Trail. 

Jul 29
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That would be nifty as hell, but you’d be taking up a ton of internal space to make a moon pool and “hangar”, and space on warships is a precious commodity indeed...plus most naval vessels that big are supercarriers that don’t need fuel. Maybe an aerial-style boom and a receptacle on the underbelly of the ship? You Read more

Jul 29
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This was by far the best ‘dating a narcissist’ article I’ve ever read. Thank you very much, Rebecca. I dated a narcissist and serial cheater/liar for 2 1/2 years and finally and FULLY left him at Thanksgiving. It was (and occasionally still is) emotional for me. But, something about reading your article just now fel Read more

Jul 28
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Seriously, how many of us are reading this at work and can’t take 5-10 minutes to watch a video? I almost exclusively read this site while I am at work.