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  1. orestm commented on Arlo and Janis about 3 years ago

    Panel 3 is Maw from the comic “Barney Google and Snuffy Smith.” Not sure why its in here, but my guess is the virtual reality goggles glitched up and put them into a different comic strip.

  2. orestm commented on Heart of the City about 3 years ago

    Ooh much better! To be honest I was a little let down by the whole “secret actors who havn’t done any acting in 200 years” bit. Who joins a club like that?!

  3. orestm commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 3 years ago

    Fair enough, Wikipedia can be edited by any old hack. Why don’t we go with a source with more expertise like, say… 99% of all biologists?

  4. orestm commented on Arlo and Janis over 3 years ago

    :-) My thoughts exactly!

  5. orestm commented on Close to Home over 3 years ago

    Its true! They make bio-caskets: ecoffins.com

    There are also biodegradable urns with a seed in them, so that the remains will turn into a tree :

  6. orestm commented on Close to Home over 3 years ago

    that is clearly not an electron microscope

  7. orestm commented on Non Sequitur over 3 years ago

    Tucci, solar output has actually been decreasing for the past 35 years, while global temperatures are increasing. So your theory doesn’t wash.

    Also, you wrote that solar energy output affects asteroid orbits? Do you mind clarifying? The gravity of the sun doesn’t change, and the only thing I could think of is a slight increase of solar wind. But that would be negligible for orbits.

    You called Bill Nye an AGW honker, but you do realize that the vast consensus of scientists is that AGW is real, don’t you? Which group is really the honkers? Or do you take the Don McLeroy approach that we non’scientists “have to stand up to those experts!”

    Citations: http://www.skepticalscience.com/solar-activity-sunspots-global-warming.htm

  8. orestm commented on Frazz almost 4 years ago

    Digital music does not have to be lower quality, necessarily, than CDs. The mp3 format does lose some quality in exchange for smaller file size, but there are lossless compression formats as well, or noncompressed formats. Same quality as a CD, but you fit less songs on your ipod.

  9. orestm commented on Stone Soup about 4 years ago

    “[Darwin] was a devout believer in God…”
    Well… depends on what period of his life you’re talking about. He started out very religious on his voyage on the Beagle, but his beliefs dwindled throughout the rest of his life. He labeled himself agnostic by the end of his life.

  10. orestm commented on Stone Soup about 4 years ago

    Dani – The Biblical story of creation only parallels the results of scientific discovery if you selectivly ignore certain parts. The Bible has plants appearing before the sun and stars, birds appearing on the same day as fish before any other land animals, and a giant “firmament” to hold the water in the sky (yet to be discovered).