Desert planets, hydrogen-heavy giants, and hydrocarbon-rich worlds considered.
You’ll have to make a leap to get to “paid professional” status.
After three tries, the satellite is in orbit, awaiting further maneuvers.
Tipping points are out there, and we’d like to know when we’re approaching one.
Company admits that original policy was “overreach.”
Doug Moore’s "Death Metal English" post at Invisible Oranges is the funniest thing I’ve read on the internet in a long time.
Eye Sea Posters sells vintage 1960s and 1970s Polish film and theater posters that embody what I love about avant-garde illustration and design of that era.
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Alan writes, “In a formal response to a motion by shareholders to get a vote requiring AT&T to publish a transparency report the telecom giant has said, essentially, it’s none of your business.”
The response claims that the decision (not) to publish a transparency report is a matter of normal business operation and so should not be the subject of a shareholder vote.