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Flintstones be trippin by Char0n on April 3rd, 2014, 11:39 pm
What can I say... It wouldn't be enough to just chisel out some kind of comical cartoon about the phallic likeness of life on earth... No! The powers that be in the cosmos of the imaginary had to go and introduce an extra terrestrial with some seriously bizarre physiology like no eyes and eats iron and rests its tentacles on its mouth-womb-sphincter ...
But to go into the greater beyond with speculation that they already have begun to enhance this truly alien form of theirs with bio-tech... That's right cyborg-aliens... No this isn't some episode of deep space 9 or even next generation padawan epic remake of a book by Asimov ...this is astro-evolution and skepticism about reality as it really is...
So has anyone bridged the gap between the title of this entry and the first two paragraphs... Well if not and I'm guessing that it IS not... The missing legend of Zelda is that the title alludes to prehistory and the body points at fictional futures not meant for this world... Thank god! I am...

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sewer problems by rickyad on October 2nd, 2012, 2:47 am
Vacuum is generated in the vacuum station and the sewage in the pipeline is sucked into the collecting pit or tank in the vacuum station. The collected sewage is transferred by pumps to a sewage treatment plant. There are two options as for vacuum generation. The one is ejector system and the other vacuum pump. With the ejector system, the sewage in the collecting pit is recalculated by the circulation pumps through the special ejector which generates the vacuum. Read more ……..
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Science Cheerleaders Perform at the USA Science and Engineering by Sisyphus on November 23rd, 2010, 8:12 pm
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Why is relativity so hard to learn?[10X] by BurtJordaan on May 5th, 2017, 12:13 am
This is a "whiteboard dump" for a post following on part [9] of a Philosophy of Science thread with the above name. I have thought to move things deemed too technical here for reference (As sort of Appendices).

BurtJordaan » 04 May 2017, 11:44 wrote:That said, in the next piece we will make Alice turn around en head home, and provided that her long-playing rocket has enough fuel left, make it little swifter.

As Mitchell has indicated above, there is a slight possibility that a future super-dooper technology could perhaps bring Alice back home with the amount of fuel that she has left. As we also discussed, if you have the technology, a higher acceleration would be better, so let us look at a one earth gravity (1g) setting ...

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procrastinational catastrophe or else... by Char0n on May 23rd, 2014, 12:57 pm
mumbles followed by off into the distance... the silence past the vanishing... the point beyond the horizon off into ancient deep space some constellation straight up in the night sky... the epiphany of conical binocular vision and conceptual equivalency with cursory cognitive functions... small conefaced animals... we have cut off our noses to spite our faces...
its glorious, the return of stolen mythological women... all green and then in the cool shade of some variety of maple you turn and look up through the foliage of limbs and plant fur... the blue of robbin jealousy... so obtuse a vision... the world is vision... its a myth of pleasures and consistency of pregnancy and birth and life and rebirth... the bird is jealous enough to egg blue...
until the sun... swells the eyes to a pupil zip... a observable zilch, or zed, or nil... then some idiot who needs to be heard strangles out a statement that bares repeating in select and distant halls of big whoop... some where babies are crying...

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