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    Why not add an area on the forum for science-related stuff?
    I have two science questions.

    1. Physicists have been able to capture neutrinos from the sun, but only 1/3 the number they expected. They have postulated that neutrinos phase in and out of existence in our dimension. If I'm misinterpreting this correctly, that means that there are at least three alternate dimensions in existence.

    So, here is the question: If Leonard Nemoy is clean-shaven in this dimension, and has a goatee in the 'evil dimension' then what sort of facial hair does he wear in the third, and unexplored dimension?

    2. If I owned an interstellar liveaboard dive boat, and I named it the "Lepton" would that be lame?
    "Time's fun when you're having flies." -Kermit the Frog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo View Post
    Why not add an area on the forum for science-related stuff?
    I have two science questions.

    1. Physicists have been able to capture neutrinos from the sun, but only 1/3 the number they expected. They have postulated that neutrinos phase in and out of existence in our dimension. If I'm misinterpreting this correctly, that means that there are at least three alternate dimensions in existence.

    So, here is the question: If Leonard Nemoy is clean-shaven in this dimension, and has a goatee in the 'evil dimension' then what sort of facial hair does he wear in the third, and unexplored dimension?
    think rollie fingers.

    2. If I owned an interstellar liveaboard dive boat, and I named it the "Lepton" would that be lame?
    kind of.

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    1. I'm voting more for the Hasselhoff type hiar or maybe 70' big hair and mustache.

    2. No, because even if interstellar travel was possible, 90% of the folks you run into would ask: "What's a Lepton?"

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    It would not be a cheap trip. For example; Air is a precious commodity in space. I'd probably have to stock and serve Perri-air. I think that I could bring in a week-trip to the Space-Bahamas for around one-million space bucks. Converted to dollars, that's about the cost of a week on the Nekton.
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    1. none
    2. yes, but book me on a cruse anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo View Post
    Why not add an area on the forum for science-related stuff?
    I have two science questions.

    1. Physicists have been able to capture neutrinos from the sun, but only 1/3 the number they expected. They have postulated that neutrinos phase in and out of existence in our dimension. If I'm misinterpreting this correctly, that means that there are at least three alternate dimensions in existence.

    So, here is the question: If Leonard Nemoy is clean-shaven in this dimension, and has a goatee in the 'evil dimension' then what sort of facial hair does he wear in the third, and unexplored dimension?

    2. If I owned an interstellar liveaboard dive boat, and I named it the "Lepton" would that be lame?

    I read this last night but figured that it being a Friday night, I just wasn't intoxicated enough to understand.

    Remember, friends don't let freinds type drunk.

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    I would suggest "Dark Matter" sound more ominous.

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo View Post
    It would not be a cheap trip. For example; Air is a precious commodity in space. I'd probably have to stock and serve Perri-air. I think that I could bring in a week-trip to the Space-Bahamas for around one-million space bucks. Converted to dollars, that's about the cost of a week on the Nekton.
    -Mom, look! A Trekkie"

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