I don’t know about getting them stoned, but I do remember reading recommendations decades ago about letting them swim in a bucket of champagne for a while before tossing them in the pot. I’m not convinced that they really need to be alive to be cooked for them to taste good. It always seemed kind of cruel to me.
The evidence continues to accumulate that clearing them is very beneficial to health.
I’ve been too busy at the AIAA conference in Orlando to blog, and I drove down to West Palm Beach last night to get back to work on the house. But I have to say I’ve never seen anything as hypocritical and cynical as what the Democrats are doing now.
As I tweeted yesterday, if I were Grassley, I’d call Karen Monahan as a witness on Monday, to show the Democrats what a woman with a real story looks like, then watch the scum like Schumer and Feinstein howl in rage.
Yes, Dianne Feinstein should be censured.
[Update a while later]
Know who I would never in a thousand years hire as my defense attorney? This woman. You’d have to be monumentally incompetent to not get your client off with a charge and (lack of) evidence like this. Telling a client with such a situation to not go to trial would be legal malpractice.
Yes, rejecting Kavanaugh for this would disgrace him for life. But it would keep him off the court, which is all they care about, not her or him.
This is an interesting history, but it makes me wonder how Huygens knew how long a second was to adjust the pendulum length.
I have an account, but I only use it as an emergency back up. This is why.
Eric Berger has an interesting story, that I remember. It’s hard to believe it’s been a decade.
This is such a weird story.
Why would one have to “remember” to “flip a switch” to provide cabin pressure? Why didn’t the crew “flip the switch” when they realized what was happening to the passengers?
Laura Montgomery explains the legal situation with the lunar voyage. It’s a reminder that the regulatory moratorium expires in 2023. I continue to believe that it should have no expiration date, and should remain in place indefinitely, at least until there is a political consensus that regulation is required.
Few, if any, dispute that atmospheric CO2 levels have been increasing since the industrial revolution. What is in dispute is the effects of this. The prevailing media narrative is that “OMG we’re all gonna die!” but this is an interesting post.