18 posts • joined 28 Sep 2010
Dare we imagine the consequences if that hadn't been the case?
Between 1 and a whole institute's worth.
I'm not sure I've got the patience to measure a signal with a wave period of 30,000 years!
Much more like the kind of thing Qinetic is used to testing, presumably.
If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like an AAM... sorry, nail.
Not! Me! Good! Flipping! Riddance! !!
Beer can be... "enjoyed"!
Unlikely to be a hadron collider if it's smashing the pants out of electrons and positrons. More like a Huge Lepton Collider.
err, Kepler (2,321 planet candidates in three and a half years) is not a decent piece of kit?
I'm surprised nobody's pinned it on them yet, they seem to cop the blame for pretty much every other unexplained spacey/ITey shenanigan.
Hey, they even have a payload on this baby, maybe it's actually an ApocalypsoBomb in disguise?
lovely marketing coup they've pulled off there - AWE = Atomic Weapons Establishment. And they are soo interested in cuddly 'leccy production, oh yes.
but this is a sensible use of our taxes why?
think that's the first spacey picture that has made my spine tingle. hats off to the boffins.
don't the usual low energy density, bulky +| heavy storage problems that beset hydrogen apply at 65,000ft?
They're surely not using it for lift as well are they?
the facetious use of the trademark! It's entirely au point but ****king annoying.
never realised 1 brontosaurus was the same as 10,000 linguine, give or take the odd plateful of spag dino-sauce.
this is for those of us that have our eyes out on stalks
full marks to the photographer for risking his/her personal safety to bring us such a terrifying snapshot
do we have a stupidity threshold?
slaps (un-tatooed) forehead.
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