Stuart001

Stuart001

Lives in Australia Fremantle, Australia
Works as a Lecturer, Visual Artist
Joined on Oct 20, 2011

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  • Maybe this was how the whole thing started. Monkey takes picture; humans take credit away from monkey; monkey plans to 'get back' at humans; more monkeys take up the cause; learn to use technology...

  • I certainly didn't intend it to be taken positively--I was horrified!  A previous poster mentioned a lesser figure and when I checked it I found it hard to believe that it was the DAILY figure ...
  • The oil 'barrel' is a standard measure, approximately 42 US gallons. According to the US Energy Information Administration the world production in 2013 was over 90,000,000 barrels per day . The US ...
  • Oh please.  This article in this link was written by Joseph 'pro-smoke' Bast, who has NO credibility with anything to do with science.  If you are willing to take his word over NASA scientists and ...
  • But they have used science to arrive at their position.  Science gives then the tools to hypothesise, experiment, refine their position and logically conclude.  And 97% of them have arrived at a ...
  • This is from the NASA website. I guess these guys are scientists. 'Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that climate-warming trends over the past century are very likely due to human ...
  • But Conan Doyle was writing to serve the ends of his own fictional character, he wasn't trying to impart an empirical truth. And while I would agree that Shakespeare had a lot to say about the ...
  • Although placed in quotation marks for dubious ironical effect, the claims made above are quite accurate.
  • Who is in a position to predict what frequency 'aliens' would use to transmit signals?  Although predictions are made that demonstrate that because of the vast size of the universe, there 'must' ...
  • I have no problem with scientists looking into the signal, and as you say it could be something new and interesting, but at the moment it is just a signal.  To suggest that because it is a signal ...
  • This is the same thing they thought when they discovered pulsars in 1967.  It was a regular pulse of energy that was coming from deep space, and researchers referred to the signal as LGM-1, which ...
  • I had a problem with my D700, similar though NOWHERE near as band a Verdun's.  (See pic below with line across the top.) By the time I noticed the problem it was happening every 1 in 200-300 ...
  • Replied in Yeah, right.
    Well she might have been, but that would logically imply that there was no Jesus, so it's really one or the other--the choice is yours.  Unless it was the first recorded case of IVF, but not being ...
  • I would suggest Moocercise, but people may think it was exercising with a moose.
  • Looking at the video, is that co-workers, or cow-workers?  Is there a new version with cows?
  • Wow, I watched this and thought it was from the comedy channel.  So I Googled it and found that it is all quite serious.  There are some strange people in America. Strange, strange, strange.
  • I watched it and it seems obvious that they are speaking metaphorically, not literally.  They are not talking about actually channeling spirits (which would be plain stupid as well as impossible) ...
  • It may have something to do with where one lives.  I live in Western Australia, where for 6 months of the year we don't see clouds and the summer months are dry and dusty.  Deep blue skies from ...
  • I'm pretty particular about cleaning. I shoot a frame, look at it at 100% on Photoshop marking the spots. Blow with a rocket and take another frame. Back to Photoshop and compare the two. This ...
  • Taking this to its logical conclusion I don't need to buy a camera because the lens manufacturer doesn't supply one with the lens! :)
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