The great thing about science is there are no wrong answers. Any and all opinions are up for debate, regardless of what the evidence says. Who needs evidence anyway?
Science is like improv, in that we are terrible at improv.
What’s that? Just going to sit back and put your feet up for a little while? Sure. That’s fine. I mean, look at all you’ve done to stop the nigh-inevitable destruction of the human race due to man-made climate change. Look at that recycling bin. Go on, look at it. You did that. That’s your
There are 48 million kangaroos in Australia and only 3,518,552 people in Uruguay. If the kangaroos decided to invade Uruguay, each member of the population would have to defeat over 13.6 kangaroos each. Of course, only able bodied adults would be able to fight and so the true number of kangaroos needing defeating per capita
Maybe it’s in the name of expanding scientific knowledge that the scientists at NASA continue to do science. Or maybe, in light of recent declarations, it’s an elaborate scheme to produce effective chat-up lines for abstract entities. When NASA’s latest climate report concluded that 2020 was the “hottest year on record,” it was initially assumed