// Just the fact there is an ornithopter that works is incredible enough. Human powered? Remarkable. But there has already been human powered flight for a while. At the Smithsonian, I know there's an aircraft that was driven by human power and the machine flew for distances of over 20 miles (but it wasn't an ornithopter, so boing).
Quote:"As written, Obamacare covers elective abortions, contrary to Obama's promise that it wouldn't. This means that tax dollars will be used to pay for a procedure millions of Americans across the political spectrum view as immoral. Supposedly, the Department of Health and Human Services will bar abortion coverage with new regulations but these will likely be tied up for years in litigation, and in the end may not survive the court challenge.
// Other problems include more red tape, increased insurance premiums, higher taxes and the fact most people will be forced from their current employer-provided plans. Thanks Obama.
// Kinkiest safety item ever.
Finally, the nail in the coffin of the bra-burning movement, literally.
Quote:""Instead of steering Titanic safely round to the left of the iceberg, once it had been spotted dead ahead, the steersman, Robert Hitchins, had panicked and turned it the wrong way."
Patten, who made the revelations to coincide with the publication of her new novel "Good as Gold" into which her account of events are woven, said that the conversion from sail ships to steam meant there were two different steering systems.
// How much of this revelation is real, and how much of it is to sell a novel?
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