ksvanhorn wrote:Bayesians have no trouble propagating errors.
yakkoTDI wrote:Or a dream where you see yourself standing in sort of sun-god robes on a pyramid with a thousand naked women screaming and throwing little pickles at you.
Toom1275 wrote:"I can't see a thing on the surface of Venus.
- Carl Sagan, on the fallacy of speculation
rbgos wrote:The Solstice is the longest and shortest days (21 June and 21 December), the Equinox is when the night and day are equal, in March and September.
orthogon wrote:Ah, I see: are you suggesting that "Dark" and "Matter" are two separate things that the box on the bottom row contains?
PinkShinyRose wrote:It's no longer caller Britania Minor? All these changes in names. Ridiculous. What's next? You'll tell me they changed the name of Persia? How do you expect anyone to keep up to date with all those newfangled names?
m1el wrote:Titanic XCVIII?
San Fran Sam wrote:I know it might be heresy but i never cared for Carl Sagan. He always sounded too smarmy.