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Airbrush last won the day on July 13 2018

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    Surfing, Artwork, Science
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    CSULA BA Art (1979) & BS Accounting (1989)
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  1. My question is how do you DETECT a fossil microbe on Mars? They would be microscopic. Is there a microscope on Perseverance?
  2. Anyone know how heavy a slab of concrete is over their head? If you are on the first floor, you have that weight times the number of stories hanging over your head. Concrete is the cheapest method of building, right? What about Buck Minster Fuller and the geodesic dome? What about the high structural integrity of a tetrahedron? Bamboo is very rigid and grows very fast. Why not have a light-weight grid of bamboo tetrahedrons between stories? I was thinking of an exterior frame of steel I beams. Upon that a framework of wood lumber, then between floors a lattice of tetrahedrons made from
  3. In my retirement I have lots of time to kill, so I wanted to see Rush Limbaugh’s reaction to the attack on the Capitol on January 6th. His entire show for January 7th was available on Youtube for several weeks, but it is gone now. I listened to it a few times, taking notes. Then I completely transcribed the first 20 minutes because I want to understand Trumpers. Rush started his show on the 7th by saying that he was having a “hard time” (from his cancer and he died about 6 weeks later). Rush was a major factor in Trump winning in 2016, and 74.1 million votes in 2020, because of his large
  4. Grand jury convened for Trump Organization. Trump is like Al Capone, you can't get them for their worst crimes, so the only check on them is income tax evasion. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-investigation-nyc-prosecutor-convenes-grand-jury-signaling-charges-could-be-coming-report/ar-AAKnjRX
  5. What about Trump money laundering for Russians? He sold a property to a Russian oligarch for $95 million that he bought 4 years previously for $41 million, a $54 million gain. Trump Sold a $40 Million Estate to a Russian Oligarch for $100 Million—and a Democratic Senator Wants to Know Why (newsweek.com)
  6. No wonder his neighbor tackled him when he was doing yard work. Prosecutors reveal why Rand Paul was attacked by neighbor (nbcnews.com)
  7. That's what I was thinking. When Trump called Dr. Fauci and Birx "self-promoters trying to reinvent history" that was the best example of Trumpist psych projection I have ever witnessed. Trump, the king of branding and self-promotion, calling a couple of doctors self-promoters is funny and sick. The Latest: Trump blasts Fauci and Birx as 'self-promoters' (msn.com)
  8. I agree. Thanks for the info! You get plus 1 for that.
  9. Dr. Fauci should be able to clear up this confusion with a simple statement. He doesn't need to prove a negative. All Fauci needs to do is explain how Paul is either wrong or lying about him lying.
  10. Yesterday, 5-12-2021, Rand Paul called Dr. Fauci a liar about what happened in the Wuhan lab. Fauci needs to explain how he didn't lie to Rand Paul. Would someone please bring a microphone to Dr. Fauci? "Sen. Rand Paul said that Dr. Anthony Fauci lied Tuesday when he said that the National Institute of Health (NIH) did not fund gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology before the coronavirus outbreak." "I would say we don’t know for certain [where the virus came from], but I would say what Dr. Fauci said yesterday was verifiably false," Paul said. "He said no NIH mone
  11. Then would you care to speculate on how an "anti-star" could form from a big region of antimatter dust and gas? Suppose anti-stars DID exist, how did they form when in the early universe matter and antimatter were in close proximity? How does a region of antimatter survive in an early dense universe that is majority matter?
  12. Would anyone care to try to explain how "anti-stars" could form? Antimatter could be so isolated that the majority of matter in a region of the universe could form stars? But in the early universe, matter and antimatter could not be isolated, so they would annihilate. For that reason it is hard to imagine how a star could form from antimatter.
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