I must be a Genius!

“Swearing is a sign of more intelligence,not less,say scientists”


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5 Responses to I must be a Genius!

  1. Pascal says:

    I’d feel much the same way, not to mention relief, but for one thing Darin. Don’t hate me for pointing this out, but look at the site name. The name even implies a warning!

    No, it’s not The Onion. Nowadays one indeed needs to be alert when one sees “science” and study in near proximity. All the “omens”* tell us so. LOL

    *Re: https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/100835536/a-storm-moved-a-620tonne-rock-in-ireland-a-stunning-new-climate-change-omen

  2. KG says:

    Hey, Darin, perhaps it was too soon to applaud the NZ rocket launch?
    ‘Astronomer Ian Griffin says Rocket Lab and Peter Beck have ‘vandalised the night’ with satellite’
    Introducing The Humanity Star – a bright, blinking satellite now orbiting Earth, visible to the naked eye in the night sky. Launched on #StillTesting, The Humanity Star is designed to encourage everyone to look up and consider our place in the universe. Website coming soon pic.twitter.com/wvIEcXelVk
    — Rocket Lab (@RocketLab) January 24, 2018
    Astronomer Ian griffin:
    Thanks to Rocketlab’s act of environmental vandalism NZ is first country to deliberately “tag” the cosmos. A great example of NZ’s clean green image projected onto our planet’s threatened night sky. Humanity? Don’t make me laugh. Corporate self puffery of the highest order #sad pic.twitter.com/7WHsMlJhS9
    — Ian Griffin (@iangriffin) January 24, 2018

    A flashing disco ball will really encourage people to contemplate our place in the cosmos. :evil:

    • Darin says:

      If I had a rocket I wouldn’t waste a shot on a Disco Ball either,course these days now that everybody and their brother is launching rockets I guess they felt a need for publicity http://falfn.com/CrusaderRabbit/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_unsure.gif

  3. Robertv says:

    It’s ok to be offended by anything and everything in 2018