just don't leave a time-tunnel in the vicinity of your grandfather, if he is still alive, because he might configure what you "were about" to do, and hi to the future to prevent you, or the past to give a condom to your dad.
"Granpa, it was going to be an accident ... I mean...." "But, Dad, we're Catholic!"
> Scientific concensus today isn't your great grandaddy's scientific
thus&so: grammar is just a part of the three Rs, the minimum you have to know, to be a literate slave -- and what some so-called Republicans call, "the basics," to impart learning-disorders amongst the rabble's youth.
thus&so: first of all, bloodletting has some current back-up ... or, at least, leeches are pretty useful in surgery. secondly, someone "above" made some statement about graphs (that is, quantification) in the harder sciences (although it seems that the soft ones use tons of statistical algorithms), and I'd like to cite the NYTimes weatherpage as a source of subliminal justification for the algorithms of the GCMers.
the more qualitative aspect of that page, is the daliy vignettes on various things about weather -- n'est, mesoclimate. my random reading of this shows that cold records are at least as common as hot records, whereby goes my primary (nonquant) take on the phrase, global warming. just say, the climate, she a-changin', and rest easy!
> errors as blood letting "scientists" is ridiculous.
--Rep. Waxman's "new" cap&trade, same as his circa '91?... Is the House Banking Bill, before Senate, cap&trade?... les ducs d'oil! http://tarpley.net