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  1. In the U.S. you can park in a driveway and drive on a Parkway.
  2. Yes, your order, (32, 1; 2, 31)..., would be correct if the print job were to be set up for a Front to Back/Left to Right pamphlet or book. However, I continued using the order that studiot had provide in his first 3 Posts, {1, 32; 2, 31}, {3, ?; 4, ?}, {?, ?; ?, ?} , ... The order might also be (1,32;31, 2)...,for a Back to Front/Right to Left pamphlet or book. For example, a Japanese Manga : https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-read-manga/
  3. {1, 32; 2, 31}...{3, 30; 4, 29}...{5, 28; 6, 27} on to {15, 18; 16, 17} 8 sheets of paper to be printed on both front and back, then to be folded in the middle of the sheet 16 print jobs 1st sheet : 1st print job are pages 1 and 32, 2nd print job are pages 2 and 31 so..."{1, 32; 2, 31}" 2nd sheet :3rd print job are pages 3 and 30, 4th print job are pages 4 and 29 so..."{3, 30; 4, 29}" 3rd sheet : 5th print job are pages 5 and 28, 6th print job are pages 6 and 27 so..."{5, 28; 6, 27}" ... 8th sheet : 15th print job are pages 15 and 18,
  4. The above does not seem to relate to the 3 Possibilities Listed in the Link : https://deathbycosmos.com/methuselah-star/ , (I posted the wrong Link in my previous Post!) Once again, may I inquire, What are your thoughts on : "Clearly, something here is amiss. WHAT WE DO AND DO NOT KNOW By definition, the process of science can never reveal objective truths about the universe. Every new discovery really only tells us how things appear to be to us, not how things really are. This means that every observation is subject to interpretation. So here are a few possible
  5. Yes, like it says in the article : https://www.space.com/20112-oldest-known-star-universe.html , clearly something is amiss. What are your thoughts on Possibility #1, #2 or #3?
  6. Have you ever heard of or researched the star that is Officially named HD 140283, that many of us astronomers have nicknamed the "Methuselah" star? It has been known as one of "oldest" stars discovered for some time now(pun intended!) and has been studied quite heavily in the last few decades. It is easily researched on the internet if you like. The following is from a few years back written by Dan Levesque and published on Death by Cosmos : https://deathbycosmos.com/methuselah-star/ " WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT HD 140283 Mainstream cosmological models theoriz
  7. Psyche 16 Some members might be interested in researching the asteroid named "Psyche 16" "The golden asteroid that could make everyone on Earth a billionaire" : https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/The-Golden-Asteroid-Worth-700-Quintillion.html# " Who Will Get There First? China has vowed to dominate this race, and that’s an easier game for a country that controls all the major natural resource companies and maintains a tight leash on tech developers. That’s not to say that the U.S. doesn’t have ambitions here. The difference, though, is stark. While NA
  8. https://www.princeton.edu/news/2019/07/10/princeton-scientists-spot-two-supermassive-black-holes-collision-course-each-other Princeton scientists spot two supermassive black holes on collision course with each other by the Office of Communications July 10, 2019 11:13 a.m. "Astronomers have discovered a distant pair of titanic black holes on a collision course. Each black hole’s mass is more than 800 million times that of our sun. As the two gradually draw closer together in a death spiral,
  9. Note carefully, beecee, that you have yet to provide a citation for your petty bold statement :
  10. Note carefully, beecee, this is the Science News section. This is not the place to raise your "Creation myth".
  11. Should this be considered? : https://www.science.org.au/curious/space-time/how-do-astronomers-know-universe-expanding " When looking at the radiation emitted by distant stars or galaxies, scientists see emission spectra ‘shifted’ towards the red end of the electromagnetic spectrum—the observed wavelengths are longer than expected. Something causes the wavelength of the radiation to ‘stretch’. But rather than an actual change in the wavelength, this phenomenon was something similar to the Doppler effect—they only appear stretched relative to the observer. The further away an object is
  12. Does the expansion of the universe actually affect the wavelength of light or does it simply affect how that wavelength of light appears or is perceived relative to the observer? Isn't it similar to the Doppler Effect, in that the sound of a Train, a Siren or a Race Care doesn't actually change as it approaches or recedes, it just appears to change relative to the listener?
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