This sounds sort of hinky to me (as is usually the case with Chinese space announcements). They’re going to bring an asteroid into cislunar space within a decade, but don’t think they’ll have the technology to process it until four decades from now? And how does getting artificial gravity from a spinning asteroid work, exactly? Also, pretty sure there will be some intense discussions about what kind of liability China will assume under the Liability Convention if they attempt this.
Huh. There were female ones.
This is sad. She’ll probably never learn to speak. It’s something that has to be learned at a very early age.
For those in a hurry, a cute one-minute haggadah.
I think Sam Kriss had a little too much time on his hands.
Can they teach us to be better humans? I’m skeptical, but it’s an interesting development.
OK, this is weird. I guess it would work, but it would take up a lot of room, and it would be restricted to aircraft of a certain takeoff and landing speed, due to the fixed bank of it. Unless the bank angle could be varied for different aircraft.
Apparently it’s a bad thing for men to take pleasure in pleasuring women.
“Was that good for you?”
“Stop oppressing me, you brutal tool of the patriarchy!”
“Transgender” “girl” complains that straight men reject her because of her “male body parts.”
Well, yes. You can get some us to pretend along with you that you’re a guy, but we’re going to draw the line when it comes to having sex with a dude.