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They kinda fill in character details and some loose ends as they go. There is always a firm but general idea of where the story’s going or else you crash and burn. I think they were hoping to maintain a coherent plot if the show was picked up, just crossed their fingers and waited . . .
Way to age gracefully, Boss!
Wait, I’m not sure there was any real debate in the clip at all. The host made some incoherent comment about volcanoes on the moon (there aren’t any), made a dopey remark about the period when there MIGHT have been volcanoes on the moon (“A year ago, or a million years ago . . .”),
Nye asserts (correctly) that volcanism on earth isn’t the source of carbon dioxide on earth (almost true, they’re a negligble source), mentions the carbon dioxide spike beginning with the Industrial age (didn’t mention that but mentions the increase) … and then went on to discuss somewhat scattered arguments about the truth of science and comparisons with other planets.
Perhaps a decent correction, but not a gripping FOX television debate. And for the record, I strongly believe in anthropogenic atmosphere change.
Eh, fat is less dense than water and so it floats. One advantage to being fat is that you have a built-in life-preserver . . .
American regionalisms are nothing to be ashamed about. Nothing. You must recognize that anyone who laughs at you for your concientious use of language is a bigot.
Remind me, are we pronouncing it “kah-RA-tee” or “kah-ra-TAY” now? Were we all wrong for years and years of High Karate?
So lemme get this straight — this was sort of like American Pokémon, but with little cardboard juicebottle disks instead of goofy figurines?
You mean a _jaunt_, or did they share a somewhat-caffeinated soft drink?
But are comics really SF or are they boy’s adventure fiction with Ben-Day colors and entirely decorative, “sciency” aspects for the allure and authority they provide? I’m thinking of the Tom Swift books, for instance.
Thank you thank you THANK YOU. Horrendous bit of hetero-triumphalist wank.
Anthorpomorphosizing? Isn’t the baby, in fact, human? I think the closest coinage you could use for that idea would be something like “senemorphosizing” . . .