Narf, Brain … I don’t think those meds work on electile dysfunction.
In November, 1973, Brett Kimberlin was convicted of perjury.
In 1988, Brett Kimberlin said that he has sold marijuana to Dan Quayle. Mark Singer, his authorized biographer, concluded that Kimberlin’s story was untrue.
In 1997, Brett Kimberlin’s parole was revoked. One reason was the fraud he committed by lying on a mortgage application.
In 2010, Brett Kimberlin stated under oath that he had not had his parole revoked. That is, of course, untrue.
Brett Kimberlin says he isn’t @BreitbartUnmask.
Whenever you have an efficient government you have a dictatorship.
I think so, Brain … but isn’t a reputation for being upright usually an asset in a political campaign?
Several telescopes have teamed up to examine a rare and massive merger of two galaxies that took place when the universe was just 3 billion years old (that was over 10 billion years ago). The galaxies, collectively called HXMM01, were creating a couple of thousand new star a year as they merged. These days, our galaxy, the Milky Way, hatches about two to three a year. The total number of stars in both colliding galaxies averages is around 400 billion.
The Herschel Space Observatory first spotted the collision in images taken with infrared light (the image at left). Follow-up observations from other telescopes showed the extreme degree of star-formation taking place in the merger.
The merging galaxies are circled in the close up view (on the right). The red data from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory’s Submillimeter Array atop Mauna Kea, Hawaii, show dust-enshrouded regions of star formation. The green data, taken by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Very Large Array, near Socorro, N.M., show carbon monoxide gas in the galaxies.
Blue shows visible starlight. The blue blobs outside of the circle are galaxies located closer to us as seen via near-infrared light observations are from the Hubble Space Telescope and the W.M. Keck Observatory atop Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
Image credit: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech/UC Irvine/STScI/Keck/NRAO/SAO
David French reports at Patheos that the IRS has been targeting families who adopt children for audits.
Sixty-nine percent of all adoption credit claims during the 2012 filing season were selected for audit.
Congress created the tax incentives for adoption in order to make it possible for more families to be able to afford the process. The IRS, an organization that has all the appearance of corruption, needs to be abolished and replaced.
I think so, Brain … but wouldn’t having someone that size walk the plank risk capsizing the ship?