"So when did your cosmic dust begin"
When it began and what it's like in the short term today is like the climate, totally changeable due to variables you cannot know.
We do know some abandoned cities 2000 years old are buried beyond sight. The French were clearly describing he average rate since the middle ages as they know the depths to city ruins from around the last 1000 years.
Anecdotally I know my yard is raised a couple of inches and is continually spilling over the curb stones that would be hidden from sight if not regularly cleaned.
The structures you name are kept clean for tourist except for Stonehenge and do you know those stones were not 6-12" more exposed a 1000 years ago? No you do not know that.
We know we get hundreds of thousands of tons of cosmic dust yearly, the earth has to be growing in size if not mass. Mass is kept in check by loss of light gases into space but physical solids only accumulate.
You are 100% wrong with your political opinion that addition of millions of tons of solids just disappear, that's just "in denial" stupid. Embrace what we know to be true and you can sleep nights not needlessly worrying about a rising sea.
"Where was all this curiousity when Obama released his?"
Where was Bush's ?
Maybe it is in his "My Pet Goat".
"thanks for getting the "warden" to delay lights out, idiot."
He wants to watch you post some more Idiotic Crapola for his report on you.
The market has bounced 2000 points on mostly bad news in a little over a month, mostly "melting up" action on low volume.
As such, whether you believe it fairly priced or not, it should be relatively volatile. Why did they decide on overnight futures that -40 was the point and it sits there most of the night? Why down at all, why down a tiny bit and then as if agreement dithering? As always it's not about the where we are but how we got there, it's about the totally illogical action and supposed tacit agreement to buy and sell around a particular point after radical moves on real news.
This market it 100% paint job each and every day.
"What were Bush's Skills ?
Stupid is as stupid posts, to blame Bush for a law Clinton signed is stupid. And as to war Obama has us set up for one much bigger after an adult takes over the office.
Maybe you should consider that responding to a nutjob troll is a bad idea?
All you need to do to educate me is explain how cities are routinely covered 10-30 feet below the current surface and whatever the rate when the trillions of tons of cosmic dust goes in your thinking.
Never thought I would hear the French described as "RWNJs"
I guess you have no answer to my question so you needed a new thread?
There is at least one building in Rome, Italy, in which the top floor was built in modern times. Go down one flight of stairs to a floor built in Medieval times. Below that is a sub-basement built and inhabited in Classical times, i.e. when the Roman Empire was at its peak. This is a fact. How one squares it with theory is up to the observer...
Poor customer service from this company will eventually undermine it's long term business prosperity. I own one Microsoft product and three other Apple devices. Every time I contact Microsoft, their so called "tech support" has zero understanding of my issue, not to mention the long wait time. These "tech supporters" sounds like they are reading off a screen off the coast of Philippines while smoking weed.
In contrast, Apple products have little problem to begin with. When there is an issue, Apple not only resolves my issue, they even help me pin point the exact cause of the problem, even if the problem is caused by a third-party software.
I firmly believe the longevity of a company relies greatly how much it cares about its customers. Looking at Microsoft's BBB profile, there are 1119 unresponded complains. This just shows how much Microsoft cares about its customers. Maybe it takes a while to get used to a different product. Maybe someone who has used a PC for 20 years don't feel like learning a different product, but eventually the young generation will get sick and tired of the bs and make the switch.
Sounds like Microsoft hasn't changed much over the years. The only time I have ever had the misfortune to deal with Microsoft "tech support" was perhaps 20 years ago. I was developing an application in support of research in neurophysiology, on the basis of the then-current version of DOS/Windows, and a parallel application on the basis of a version of Unix. The Unix version was no problem, but on the Microsoft version I couldn't get interrupt handlers to work. A call to Microsoft "tech support" yielded the advice that I should not use interrupt handlers, because they don't work; the Microsoft-provided software would always lose track of the addresses in the stack. So I found a way to get my Microsoft-based software to work without interrupts, but it was necessarily a kluge.
At least 20 years ago, they probably had some idea of what a interrupt handler is. Today, if you call and ask them about this they will for sure tell you that in case this call is "interrupted" she/he will certain "handle" it by calling you back.
No serously Nutcreek is right. I grew up in a house that was over 150 years old, there was atleast a foot and a half of cosmic dust in the yard. The ancient Egyptians built the pyrmaids to store the stuff.
You're obviously calling the wrong phone number for your problem. Much like you need to get the right doctor for your ailment sometimes, you need to call the right phone number for MSFT tech support. The last time I called was 15 years ago because a MSFT mouse would not work with a certain game, I called the right number and the problem was solved.
Since I've been using Windows for over 20 years I don't need to call MSFT, my last issue was a sound card driver and all I did was do a "search" and the "Fix" was plastered all over the internet.
Therefore, I suggest you grow a brain and stop crying like a baby, Bwitch.
LOL yeah, that sounds about right Yeah, back then they did know what an interrupt handler was, and they were honest enough and competent enough to tell you that Microsoft development tools wouldn't enable you to use one (contrary to advertising).