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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jul 12, 2019.
No. If you survive the polarity reversal (which is an unknown), you can repolarise the old compass with a stronger magnet.
Do I understand that you've visited a lot of planetary systems?
Not this again......
That's what that tree said!
Pole Reversals aren't completely unknown.
Here's an actual photograph of a Pole Reversal.
It's an awesome thing, and not at all political.
If at first Lech Wałęsa doesn’t succeed, Pope Pope again?
Now that you mention it, no, the Pope isn't political.
Am sure it is not religious, either, based on my understanding of the question of whether he is katholick
Please tell me you are joking?
Well there are trillions upon trillions of planets in the observable universe or another way to put it is there are more planets in the observable universe than all the grains of sand on all of the earth's beaches combined... That's a lot of planets, And all of those planets reside in a universe that is in no way fine-tuned for life so it's not really surprising there isn't life everywhere we look...
+1. Awfully wasteful, isn't it?
Well I suppose it depends on what the priority of the universe could be, If it's to have a lot of mostly empty space then I'd say it's doing a bang-up job! And it's only doing better as time goes on...
Same with all the diamond rings lost on those beaches mixed in with those grains of sand.
Spend ten years digging holes on as many beaches you can get to and your perspective will be that those lost diamond rings are uncommon, and you're unlikely to find one.
Spend 30 years walking beaches every day with a metal detector and you might discover that your perspective changes.
Same number of lost diamond rings in the sand though.
That was a joke intended as a poke at BDLH!
hah, I geddit.
Scuze me, gotta feed my pet dinosaur.
And WRT us not finding them, we seem to have enough trouble getting along with ourselves, never mind meeting up with them.
Funny how we pretty much all agree that there must be other intelligent life in the universe; but when all those 40 foot UFO things fly circles around our best military fighter jets, we get numerous military personnel eyewitness accounts, military video and radar recordings, still can't figure out what those things were, the Navy changes their policy and reports sightings, some laypersons ask if this is alien visitors; people freak out and cry woo because it is just unfathomable that anyone other than us could possibly be here.
How will it affect my directional cables?
There is a trend currently on the internet that all the smarty-pants get together and opine that, yes, of course there is probably intelligent life out in the seemingly infinite universe, but it's almost certain we'll never encounter those beings because ... speed of causality. Na. Maybe they are smarter than us and figured out a way around that problem.