Re: It works this way:
ok, yes, I see,
But then why does light bend around sharp objects?
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So Microsoft is creeping closer to Linux. Keeping in mind their EEE -method of suffocating, I wonder, is there any way SystemD could be used as a tool to pave the way towards windows running on top of the Linux kernel, and alongside destroy Linux with incompatibility problems.
I conceive Lennart P. is on Microsoft payroll.
Medieval glass windows are thicker at the lower end for a particular reason.
As the glass is thicker at the lower end it acts a little bit like a prism; it changes the angle of the incoming ray of the sun in such a way that the ray of light can reach farther inside the church.
Illumination is the reason. 8/
I once was helping a elderly gentleman set up his computer. Things were difficult for him but I was patient.
Finally he sighed a relief and said that now he understood this.
I smiled and was really happy for him and also happy about myself teaching something useful.
But alas, what he said then: "Now I understand! Those squares at the screen are not actually there, they are only images of squares."
Well, he was correct on that one.
I propose, that when a big meteor hits hits earth and causes a major crater, that creates schokwaves that propagate throgh earth and focus at the other side. The power focused at the other side of the planet causes major local volcanism and magma upheaval.
You see, that the Deccan traps are just at the opposite side of the earth than the meteorite hit spot on the Yacatan peninsula.
Also, when you look at planet Mars, there is this peculiar point of ancient volcanism, Olympons mons, the biggest volcano of the solar system, created by upwelled magma. Just at the exact other side of the planet Mars is a huge impact site, that has clearly penetrated the crust of the planet in distant past.
Big impacts cause big volcanism at the other side of the planet. Please sperad the word.
There has been 3 temperature maximums in the past 2000 years.
One 2000 years ago, second 1000 years ago and the third is now.
The current maximum is the coldest of the three.
In Roman times they used to cultivate olives and graped norther than now. Mountain passways in Alps were also passable, that are now frozen and unpassable.
1000 years ago vikings grew barley. Barley grains still attached to stems have been found from greenland.
Sunspot data may be doubtful but we still live in a temperature maximum, a sunspot maximum, and our temperature maximum is apparently the weakest maximum in 2000 years.
I totally agree with your theory about Ts, As and big erectile Ps in stone age mens rooms.
The same goes for the FAT "Venus" statues.
Imagine a stone age community. In the community there is this big girl that enjoys an appetite worth three adult men and her appetite is a small embarrasment to the whole community.
For me it seems much more convincing that the community potter has made the clay Venuses for a secret amusement to the stone age garage, mentioned above.
Pier Gosselin expains his awe:
And here you can watch Joe Bastardi's original explanation
The reason behind excess ice seems to be some sort of oceanic oscillation.
"Crocodiles can't pick their teeth, and yet they have existed in one form or another for quite a while. I think this theory is lacking credibility." /yesnomaybe
But crocodiles have viscosity/volume of water to get hold of big chunks + they use birds help to clean their teeth.
I think losing teeth means it has evolved into a fully professional flyer.
Birds do not have fingers/claws in their arms, so they can not scrape residual food or bigger chunks from between their teeth. Therefore they evolve into a teethless species. The same goes for snakes. No hands, therefore no teeth (except those poisonous ones).
Remember the small hands of T. rex? What use were they for? Surely not for bullying or any other high force endeavours. I say those were for its teeth, to help it clean the teeth and take off those pieces of meat that stuck..
It is not easy to be a white male in the world of today.
When young, they are ridiculed and shunned for being nerdy, spending their time on computers or on matters technical.
When older, they are blamed for oppressing others by spending their time on computers and benefiting from being technical.
Conclusion 1: Seems you cant win.
Conclusion 2: Who are the ones who choose which one of the above mentioned is being used against white males, begs to be asked.
I aim not to be pathetic, but seems I cant help myself :)
I have helped friends and relatives move from XP to Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon. Mint has changed their sluggish and slow XPs to snappy sleek looking machines. All of them have liked the change, and the grandmother generation seems to love Cinnamon. A little advice here and there, and thats about it.
The only negative side is one Canon printer that refused co-operation.
You do not need to spend an extra dime to turn those "old" XP desktops/laptops to good looking, reasonably fast and easy to maintain Mint machines.
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