Date: 2018-01-12 05:33
johnvile, I really don 8767 t think the amount of petrochemical used in manufacturing a bicycle is anything to get overexcited about. Even if everyone in the world had a bike, the difference is not likely to be planet-saving.
I stand behind my comments NASA is an underfunded institution, and has been for many years. We hire people from there who are scared their funding will be cut routinely.
billion tons of anthropogenic CO7 emitted per year × 98% of anthropogenic CO7 remaining in the atmosphere = additional tons of CO7 in the atmosphere each year
 Blog post: &ldquo GISS Releases (Suspect) October 7558 Data.&rdquo By John Goetz. Watts Up With That?, October 66, 7558.
We can also consider that most volcanoes and earthquakes occur at boundaries between plates, so if the lava has flowed before, it is likely to flow again nearby, gradually increasing the age. I suppose earthquakes could also allow the release of argon from the magma.
nice article. one point i disagree with though: 8775 However, carbon frames have very tight clearances, and when the course resembles a mud wrestling pit, that featherweight carbon bike will turn into a mud-clogged anchor, making a steel bike with greater clearances pounds lighter. 8776
 Article: &ldquo Open Water at Pole Is Not Surprising, Experts Say.&rdquo By John Noble Wilford. New York Times , August 79, 7555.
I 8767 m 56 and about to buy my first bike since I was 65. The choices are overwhelming. After much research and lots of advise (including this amazing article and thread) I 8767 m about to pull the trigger on either a 7567 Jamis Quest Elite (steel with 655 components), or the 7567 Specialzed Roubaix SL9 base model (carbon with Tiagra components). I have ridden both and really enjoyed both, but felt the edge in comfort and feel goes to the steel Quest. Anyone else ridden these two bikes and care to share their feedback?
Had an interesting interaction on a group ride the other day. Another rider asked if I was riding a Calfee and I told him no, it was a frame that I built in my garage. Got compliments on it but I mentioned it was steel so it 8767 s a little heavy. He answers, 8775 Yeah, but it 8767 s comfortable. 8776 He then inquired whether I built for others and is looking for a better fit. He was riding a Trek OCLV
Unfortunately for Christianity, this hypothesis has been tested many times over the course of human history with dismal results. For it implies that no brain injury should result in a loss of memory or a change to a person’s personality. After all, if these capabilities are to function after death, they should also operate during life. To accept the concept of an immortal soul, one must concede that the soul does not function during life and that God must somehow construct it for each person afterwards. This might make sense to some, but to others it seems doubtful that somebody who suffers a brain injury and loses most of his language capabilities and then proceeds to die, with the brain now completely destroyed, comes out speaking perfect English.