Are you talking about climbing those ladders after your were a programmer or before?
In Ocean City NJ, we use trained Harris Hawks to ward off seagulls, which had become so aggressive with people eating slices of pizza on the boardwalk that the pizzerias had a policy of replacing your slice if it was stolen out of your hand while you were eating it. The hawks don’t actually kill and gulls, they just chase them away.
…and the Australian woman called the police and found the python culprit in 60 seconds!
Every fifty years or so we find that what we thought we knew about the universe was not the whole picture. Here’s what I think, based on pure conjecture. A big bang happened 14 billion years ago that is moving away from itself at an accelerating rate as far as we can see. It was like an atom exploding that is now the size of a golf ball and the golf ball is as far as we can see in what we call the universe. But there are an infinite number of golf balls in the actual universe, many at a few feet apart so they have yet to be affected by each other, some are older and the size of a basketball, some are younger, more oddly shaped, the size of an M&M. Some are closer to each other and they interreact with each other, others are farther apart and eventually die out without interacting with any of the others. When they do interact, they may coalesce enough to create a giant black hole big bang. And that goes on and on.
So even with the current limited view of the universe and the one bounded only by the big bang that we are experiencing from 14 billion years ago, given this type of black hole rebirth, it is not certain that everything dies out in 100 trillion years, only that portion of the universe created by our big bang.
the husk but not all of the silk, most likely
Remember when you used to make me sit in the corner? That’s a cubicle.
There are about 5400 species of mammals and declining.
I would have picked Denmark because it sounds closer to Dogbert.
So Formic Acid spray would make a good bear repellent?