Michael, prove that. Who involved? How do you know? You don know, it could be ANYONE. But typical kneejerk liberal reaction, blame the Tea Party that you know ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about beyond the CNN, MSNBC, Huffpo, NYT LIES! I not willing to concede it wasn someone involved with them, but not going to single anyone out without proof.
There was already a significant force of soldiers in Llanelli but now magistrates panicked and requested more troops from home secretary Winston Churchill. These were duly sent and by late afternoon there were at least 350 of them in the town. Before the end of the day this figure had grown to nearly 700..
Elsewhere, the goals were flying in but none were better than Dennis Bergkamp’s glorious last gasp winner against Argentina which put the Dutch in the semi finals. I nearly missed that one too, but in the end caught the very end of the game in what is now a dying breed but has been the last refuge of many a desperate fan down the years my local high street TV store. It actually provided the perfect setting: I found myself surrounded by dozens of screens showing seemingly endless replays of Bergkamp bringing down Frank de Boer’s perfect 50 yard pass, stepping inside Roberto Ayala and effortlessly volleying past Roa..
I personally really appreciate my hair. (I a guy, and the only guy in my family to make it to 26 and not be totally bald. My hair is super long, and it fucking gorgeous, i tell ya.) To me, losing my hair would be no different than losing an arm. That satellite launched successfully on Jan. 23.GOSAT’s main carbon dioxide detector is its Fourier Transform Spectrometer (TANSO FTS), which was successfully activated earlier in February.One of its main components is a device called a spatial interferometer, developed by Quebec City based ABB Canada.”It’s the heart of the sensor,” said Marc Andr Soucy, the company’s manager of remote sensing industry, on Friday.The job of the device is to separate out different wavelengths or “colours” of infrared light. Molecules such as carbon dioxide are constantly vibrating, and when they do so, they absorb and emit infrared light.”Because each molecule has its own way of vibrating, it does that at unique wavelengths or frequencies,” Soucy said.By separating out the different colours, researchers can “see” carbon dioxide and figure out how much is being emitted.A spatial interferometer separates out the different colours by splitting a light beam into two, having the two beams travel different paths, and then recombining them to create interference patterns.