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Birth of the Moon: a Runaway Nuclear Reaction?

Yoooder Re:Wouldn't there be an empty space? (355 comments)

I would assume that the amount of energy required to part the earth and moon would likely heat both through quite thoroughly; perhaps some amount of each and better allowing them to take a sherical shape without a gaping would.

Thinking about it makes me think of a lava lamp :) the moon is just a blob of goo that departed from our larger blob.

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Yoooder Yoooder writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Yoooder (1038520) writes "CNN Reports: CAIRO, Egypt (AP) — Customs officers at Cairo's airport have detained a man bound for Saudi Arabia who was trying to smuggle 700 live snakes on a plane, airport authorities said. The officers were stunned when a passenger, identified as Yahia Rahim Tulba, told them his carryon bag contained live snakes after he was asked to open it. Tulba opened his bag to show the snakes to the police and asked the officers, who held a safe distance, not to come close. Among the various snakes, hidden in small cloth sacks, were two poisonous cobras, authorities said... Full Story"
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Yoooder Yoooder writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Yoooder writes "I've used Visual Studio 2005 for some time, but the longer I use it the more frustrated I get with it. Amid all it's wonderful features there's something smelly, something that oozes from the cracks and lets me know that underneath me there is something disturbing and wrong. Random crashes, out of control memory usage, a finicky designer, and a lack of updates all plague this IDE — and the grand-daddy of them all is a Service Pack that runs umpteen times, requiring user interaction the whole way through and lacking proof of any real fixes.

Does anyone else have the feeling that Microsoft's flagship programming tool is a victim of Too Much Too Fast? What are your horror stories within the unpredictable vessel of vs2005?"

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