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Can L.A. Kill Traffic With Self-Driving Cars?
Fri Oct 3, 2014
In reply to: california nurse #7 At one time Los Angeles DID have an enormous transit system. At one time it was the largest electric commuter rail operation in the world, with over 1000 miles of track serving almost 2200 trips per day. Look up "Pacific Electric" and "Red Cars" for tons of informati …
Rearview Cameras Required on New Vehicles by 2018
Mon Mar 31, 2014
In reply to: johnnyt #7.1 "Vehicles are being manufactured with more blind spots. These SUV's are impossible to see anything close in to the back of the vehicle."
Who Won Bill Nye's Big Evolution Faceoff?
Tue Feb 4, 2014
In reply to: Beth-440386 #23.3 Spot on! It never ceases to amaze me that the less some people know, the more loudly they proclaim it. When someone can't even spell their posting handle correctly, ya gotta wonder....
Babylonian tale of round ark draws ire from some Christian circles
Fri Jan 31, 2014
In reply to: scottyhomer #58 They also forget that the magic number of 6000 years comes from Bishop Ussher's assumptions about Biblical genealogy. If the good bishop and God had different ideas about how long a "year" is, all that arithmetic goes out the window. The number is the work of man, not Go …
Google sorry for Adolf Hitler gaffe on German map
Fri Jan 10, 2014
WendyWiesenthal; (#1.27), ThePhillyRiddler (#1.36) To set the record straight, TIME magazine has always selected their person of the year based on these criteria described by their editor:
Elite of Pompeii dined on sea urchin, giraffe
Fri Jan 3, 2014
In reply to: don97524 #2.4 Thank you! If it weren't so sad it would be amusing when in one breath the far-right types fuss about the supposed "dictatorship" we've become, in the next one they screech against all of the immigrants flooding into the country in search of more freedom and opportunity, a …
Bill Nye the Science Guy to debate evolution with creationist
Thu Jan 2, 2014
Webster's Law of Understanding: The less scientific knowledge a person has, the more firmly and loudly they proclaim it.
Is it safe for pregnant women to eat peanuts?
Mon Dec 23, 2013
Many foods that are normally healthful can be also be dangerous in the wrong circumstances. Making a broad implication that anyone can eat a food that's "so healthy it's [sic]* consumption ... is a foundation of basic nutrition" is as bad as saying all of us should avoid nuts because a small percent …
Paul: Borrowing for unemployment benefits 'weakening us as a country'
Mon Dec 23, 2013
"Are there no prisons? Are there no workhouses?" Rand Paul only got beaten to the punch by about 150 years. But Scrooge's was also a Christmas sentiment so I gotta give R.P. at least one prop.
Weak US card security made Target a juicy target
Mon Dec 23, 2013
My experience has been that very few people have any idea what's going on outside of our borders. I've talked to more than a couple who actually think that Europe is still some kind of giant gray postwar limbo like a continent-wide East Germany, or that China is still filled with crowds in shapeless …
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