Do you have any recent news about the development of Viral Neuronal Tracing? Also can constant use of these specimens can possibly alter brain wave magnitudes (if there are any findings that can give hints of such result). And what are other viruses other than the families of…
Blackwater by Joshua Lambus
Nitrile substitution reactions in DMF. The powder at the bottom is the not reacted cyanide, above it the NaCl what have been produced and in the solvent there is the desired nitrile.
Carl is tired of your pseudoscience.
There was a time where the belief of atoms was considered pseudoscience simply because the appropriate scientific apparatuses were not yet invented. Ponder that while I read the details of my astrological sign.
Right, but the difference is that, at the time, there was not adequate knowledge to either prove or disprove the existence of atoms. We now have knowledge sufficient to disprove the assertions of astrology and accurately label it bullshit
Indeed. The same can be said about black holes. I have a friend who believes this thing called “The Secret”. In short, it essentially says that if you have positive thoughts, you’ll effect the outcome of events concerning you through the “Law of Vibration”. It’s literally just taking the “sending out positive vibes” thing, well, literally.
I said there was not any evidence to support such a thing, certainly no proof or way it could work. She said “Yeah but there was a time when scientists believed in black holes before they were discovered, and people didn’t believe them”.
And that’s where the point is. Black holes may have been posited before they were discovered in reality, and perhaps few outside of the scientific community believed they existed, but unlike The Secret, or astrology, black holes did not go against what we already knew, and they made perfect sense mathematically. In fact, Einstein’s equations basically demanded that they exist. Black holes worked as a theory, they worked with what we knew, what we know now, and now we know for sure they exist.
The same cannot be said for The Secret. With what we know now, there’s just no way it can work. It’s not backed up by a stable body of evidence, and it does not fit into the mathematics. It’s not predicted by science, in any theories or equations, either. It’s certainly not proven.
Black holes, however, are proven, and even before they were discovered they did not go against what we knew to be true, and were supported and predicted by math. And so it is the case for astrology, if not worse. Astrology has been around much longer, has a much larger following, but it’s no better than The Secret when it comes to bullshit, and cannot be compared to atoms and black holes.
I mean you might as well say “well you believe in your precious evolution, but there was a time when evolution was rejected by many scientists and everyone else. Ponder that while I watch these lectures by Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron.”
For the love of science, take your astrology elsewhere.
Okay, here’s one for you;
The stars are telling me that all Capricorn will drink some water this week. You will also spend a bit of money.
OOOoooOOOoooooOOOoooo look how mysterious I am.
A dirty thunderstorm (also, Volcanic lightning) is a weather phenomenon that occurs when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume. A study in the journal Science indicated that electrical charges are generated when rock fragments, ash, and ice particles in a volcanic plume collide and produce static charges, just as ice particles collide in regular thunderstorms.
Just some of our fungi collection for the weekend…