Is that sidewalk harvested in a sustainable manner?
Captain James T. Kirk: What have you done with Spock’s brain?
Want pink hydrangea bushes? Add lime to the soil. Want blue ones? Add coffee grounds or orange peels. It’ll take time (like possibly not till the next season) for them to change, though. It’s all based on the pH of the soil (more alkaline makes them pink and more acid makes them blue. Just like litmus paper.)
He’s doing the progress report but it amounts to:
Yeah. Even something like “A solar eclipse passed through the US in 2017” isn’t unbelievable. “An asteroid 10 miles across hit the Earth” still isn’t unbelievable, even though it’s only happened a handful of times in the past billion years (it may have been almost a daily thing 5 billion years ago, thus the reason I said “past billion.”)
19.15 babes each year per 1000 people. So
19.15*7,000,000=134,050,000 per year
134,050,000/365=367,260 per day
367,250/12=30,605 per hour combining AM and PM as one hour.
30,605/60=510 per min
Figuring birth weight range 5-10lb (the range would actually be wider but the bell curve would probably put more into the 7lb 8oz-10lb range, which actually raises the odds) and you get:
So about six babies world-wide would have matched the 9/11 stuff. And since the year didn’t really come into play, that’d be six babies EVERY year that would match it.
Since it could have been AM or PM, you have to figure on 520 or so.
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Now that I’ve told you, Guido is on his way over to take you for a long walk off a short pier (I prefer not to do the dirty work myself so it’s “if I told you, Guido would have to kill you.”)
No, I do understand why you were making the comparison and from having lived in West Palm, it’s probably a good one. I was just saying that about latitude more in general and for other folk’s benefit.
Captain James T. Kirk: We came to put you back. Where are you?
Mr. Spock: [voice] Back where?
Captain James T. Kirk: Back into your body. We brought it along with us.
Mr. Spock: [voice] Thoughtful, Captain, but probably impractical. While I might trust the Doctor to remove a splinter, or lance a boil, I do not believe he has the knowledge to restore a brain.