But apparently that makes perfectly good sense to the tens of millions of anti-vaxers in the US. As Ron White says, "you can't fix stupid"338 people in the US died preventable deaths from Covid yesterday.
SO ... you think that in the entire universe for all time the vacuum field is set to what in very recent times we humans decided to use as the frequency for our AC power? Sure. Just go with that.Today in life's great mysteries:
Am I just a fool with a ground loop, or does the vacuum field oscillate at 60Hz?
Abbie Hoffman in his '71 book "Steal This Book" advocated attaching any BRM envelope or card to a brick or whatever heavy thing and mailing that to inflict punitive mailing costs.If they have cheesed me off, I mail the reply envelope back, empty.
When I was a grad student, a bank literally littered thousands of credit cars apps on the campus. Some other students and I picked them all up, and mailed all the BRMs back to them. It must have cost them thousands.
This reminds me of a quote. Some atomic physicist said the rubidium atom was "God's gift to atomic physics" because there's a major transition at 780nm, and 780nm diode lasers are widely available because they were used to read CD's. Hmmmm...SO ... you think that in the entire universe for all time the vacuum field is set to what in very recent times we humans decided to use as the frequency for our AC power? Sure. Just go with that.
Spoil sport!Fixed. Thanks.
Reported for being spacist.Every time I hear someone in a movie or TV program refer to time-space I have to cringe. Who did that?!?!
It is space-time not time-space
Space-time, in physical science, single concept that recognizes the union of space and time, first proposed by the mathematician Hermann Minkowski in 1908 as a way to reformulate Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity (1905).Well, technically it's still wrong with a hyphen...