36% of Americans believe in UFOs, that is, though most Unidentified Aerial Phenomena are actually explained as such mundane things as misidentified meteorological phenomena, astronomical phenomena,…Continue
"Not to be too critical but it is unlikely that a satisfactory example can be provided to your question since the parameters of what would be needed to provide that answer are unclear.
For example: "greatest technological changes" means…"
"That it may be, but it's not of much interest to the average person yet because it's just something we know, it's not something that's become part of our everyday lives outside academia. I still think my grandmother's…"
"Over my 58 years I have seen alot. Space craft going from science fiction to science fact. From SF Super Computers controling or distroying the world, to nearly becoming household appliences. The tricorder to Star Trek, going from, 'hay…"
"I own guns, I live in the USA, how many guns do I need to acquire before I can call myself a "Gun Monkey"?
Will I get a plaque for my wall?
Is there a GMA (Gun Monkey Association)?
I am beginning to like the Gun Monkey label, this idea may…"
""the larger the tail, the harder it is for the bird to get airborne in case of a predator attack, so the tail would seem to be actively dysfunctional,"
Actually peacock's fly extremely well. They roost at night high up in trees and…"
""Unless they came to say goodbye to a doomed species of gun monkey."
There are 270 million firearms among a population of 311 million people in the United States. That's a lot of gun monkeys. You're not going to get rid of them…"
"I'm pulling for the asteroid myself.
What was the old George Carlin line?
"I waiting for the Comet to come and set things right."
Interstellar travel is not impossible (photons do it all the time) just impractical on a very large…"