According to Judge Hazel’s order, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was supposed to have responded to the court with either a motion for a preliminary injunction or a notice withdrawing his request to file such a motion not later than 28 August, 2014. Here’s the envelope in which TDPK mailed his withdrawal notice.It was mailed on 29 August, one day late.#Fail.
Oh, I’m lying, am I?
Here’s what I allege in paragraph 19 of my Amended Complaint.Here’s is how The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt™ answered that allegation. There’s no qualification. He made a flat-out denial of everything alleged in the paragraph. That means that he denied publishing the ebook and that he offered it for sale. That may not have been what he meant, but it is what he said.
Speaking about the Hobby Lobby decision, Senate Majority Leader Dingy Harry has said:
The one thing we are going to do during this work period, sooner rather than later, is to ensure that women’s lives are not determine by virtue of five white men.
Justice Clarence Thomas was unavailable for comment.
I think so, Brain … we should go metric every inch of the way.
… of Jupiter. A collection of Hubble images taken in 2007 was used to assemble this full, even coverage of Jupiter. The resulting mosaic has been mapped onto a sphere, and one full rotation is presented in the visualization.
Video Credit: NASA
SPHERE is the Spectro-Polarimetric High-contrast Exoplanet Research instrument, and ithas been installed on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) at the Paranal Observatory in Chile. This picture is from its first light observations and shows a dust ring around a star known as HR 4796A.
The new instrument uses multiple advanced techniques, yielding dramatically better performance than previously possible. The first is improved adaptive optics to correct for the effects of the Earth’s atmosphere so that images are sharper and the contrast of the exoplanet increased. Second, a coronagraph is used to block out the light from the star and increase the contrast still further. Third, differential imaging exploits differences between planetary and stellar light color or polarization.
Image Credit: ESO