The moon is spherical?
In your flat earth model there are so many basic physics problems just dealing with casting of light.
I'm sorry, but not sorry - if you believe in a flat Earth you've been sheltered from reality
Xenon is a lightweight element.
you can superconduct it it iff you have unlimited energy to create a gravitational depression in the fabric of space time.
if you can manage to create a depression - you can create a chasm. An unknown depth.
Xenon beings charged partical - 5 autocorrects in less than 6 words.
WTF do I care anymore?
I know forcing a depression in the space time continuum is the only way space travel can be.
i think you can exceed the speed limit this way
I assumed the gold medals were a gold silver alloy with 90% gold. The opposite turns out to be the case since 1912. 92.5% silver with a minimum of 6 grams of gold.
I think the last time we played TAMU was in the Sugar Bowl either in the 90's or early 2000's.
Hahaha! I looked at my post history & see I went with the intro to the stupid story. Or did I! What if it was true?
The thing that most amuses me about this comment (+1, btw) is that I have notes scrawled out about a possible sci if short story where the time traveler must take with him an exhaustive complete record of the past so upon his return the now present would be compared with his past future on the same timeline because no one would know - not even the time traveler - what had changed as a result in his past meddling.
i don't really recall mentioning time travel.
Steeping mezcal in cactus eating moth larvae is not enough? Add the liquor dyed with crushed bugs that also live on cacti? This wholistic stuff is going too far!
The 3 man game - if the defenders line up properly in a 4-3-4 defense - they are doomed.
The read - pitch - count defenders are exactly the same. The 434 offense is too complicated for 9 year olds to run - it involves quick reads and instant call outs based upon the reads.
i used to try to perfect this with my twins early before practice. I would explain all - they weren't really up for it.
one of their teammates saw us running it & he's probably a highly ranked recruit now as he immediately understood it.
Thanks for the write up. My recording cut off at 14-9.
Actually - I think that was video from the wrong game as they lined up in a more traditional swinging gate. I am having trouble remembering which game they lined up as 4-3-4
Boise State was the first team to run it (against Oregon) in 2009 as far as I know. 2:15 into the video:
Ohio State in that formation (we scored twice)
I consider myself to be the inventor of that formation:
Ohio State has also run that play.
Unless you're in the U.K., of course.
"The future belongs to..." was a very amusing opening line.
No way they score 3 times In Ohio Stadium.