First up the surprises no Paul Weller and no Richard Hawley. Maybe we’re just over familiar with the names, but both made strong records that didn’t make the 15. Most surprisingly for me, was Joe Goddard’s band The 2 Bears getting to number 14 while his day job Hot Chip didn’t make the cut.
I see it this way: If a specific place can be proven to have a long history of rituals, move your mining plans to somewhere else, but if they only found out last week that the place is sacred, that not enough proof to block important work. Also, you cannot just declare the entire country sacred, but you also probably wouldn tear down Stonehenge to replace it with a coal mine. The basic idea is that people should respect each other (dis )belief systems without letting get their belief system in other people ways.
My lung is shot. Reporter: And Wayne cordal. Those miners and hundreds of others were denied benefits after negative X ray Readings by one doctor at John Hopkins hospital, Dr. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileDie hard technophiles are sometimes known to follow their passion with an ardour that can rival the most torrid of romances but what happens when that love leaves them scorned? Technology companies have been known to announce and tout products long before they launch to gauge and generate demand if they launch at all.Hyper hyped tech toys that miss the mark on shipping to shops’ shelves have earned the nickname “vapourware” for their elusive and sometimes illusive nature, which inspired the annual Wired News Vaporware Awards.This year’s Top 10 ranking for the dubious distinction is heavy on video games, which take four of the spots. In fact, software as a category dominates the list of ephemeral entries in ’06, which counting the games earns the lion’s share of derision with six slots in all, leaving hardware of all types counting just four phantoms.What were you looking forward to getting your hands on over the last year that never materialized? Make your voice heard in the comments below.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.
There may be concepts that we just can’t wrap our minds around at the moment, but given time that will undoubtedly change.Sean: Scientists may not be able to fully understand, or even begin to understand the tougher questions, but you begin with easier ones and work your way up. Compare what scientists knew thousands of years ago when science was in it’s infancy to what scientists of today know. A child today knows more science than a learned man of ages past.