Thank you, JWPlatt.
I knew which "evidence" psCargile was referring to, but he obviously missed my point about not confusing data with...
The comment was a joke aimed at our resident polymath. (I thought using the term "swarm" for a single body would give it away.)
"Mr. Spock, what are the odds of getting a royal fizzbin?"
At one time it was thought that Einsteinian Relativity was the answer to life, the...
We really need to give Dryson some kind of public award for solving the mystery of Kentucky Fried 846, otherwise he'll never stop. And you thought...
Venus all over again.
Next to nothing is known about this planet, yet you're already counting the jungles and dinosaurs. It might be tidally...
Pixies make flowers grow. Science can't explain pixies, but the fact that flowers grow is all the proof one needs.
The lights come up, the flying portions of the bridge set pull away (a la Wrath of Khan), the film crew step in, and Shatner cries, "Pull over...
"His mind. He is an extremely dynamic individual."
—Spock, "The Paradise Syndrome"
The Borg would have gotten nowhere with Kirk.
A two-part episode is not the same thing as a season cliffhanger. TV shows were individual packages, week-by-week. Anyone could tune in at any...
'60s writing was episodic. It generally did not run to story arcs, and thus no "cliffhangers." What if up were down? What if red were blue?
I think he'd chuck it all. Tastes funny.
Until the Martian unions go on strike again for higher pay and more water.
If this thread lives long enough, it's going to run out of samples.
One thing's for certain. Anyone trying to blow up the Sun will burn their lips.
What until January 1st. Then you can make a new monitor your New Year's resolution. </rimshot>
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