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Astronomers have never seen anything like this before: Seven Earth-size alien worlds orbit the same tiny, dim star, and all of them may be capable of supporting life as we know it, a new study reports.
[quote user=deokanon]^Geez, you jumped to Trump administration defense so fast.We have all read about the muzzling of the EPA and USDA. NASA also has programs that are related to climate research, and these things are very vulnerable to fund scraping once Trump administration mandates NASA to focus their priorities to match the political vision. So yeah, it wouldn't surprise me if all branches of NASA are scared shitless and tries to sensationalize every interesting discovery so they won't be swept up in the clean up.In any case, this is deja vu. Stephen Harper, former Canadian prime minister, did similar things to the research sector (except whatever was related to national defense). Although, this was during the time of financial troubles. I guess I'll give Trump the benefit of the doubt... dunno.[/quote]
And we are still recovering from all the damage that fuck tard did to our service sector. He crippled canada in the name of saving money. Hope Trump's business mind works out. Who fucking knows. maybe in four years he'll be hailed as something revolutionary and we were all slackjawed idiots.
[quote user=deokanon]Just pointing out your strong bias, I am asking you to tone it down a bit, it's ugly. [/quote]Ahh so my bias for is bad, but your bias against is good?
[quote user=deokanon]ROFL. So that's the kind of Trump supporter you are.[/quote]
Oh? What kind is that?
[quote user=deokanon]That is old news. Did you read the article?[/quote]
Old news? It was 5 days ago?
What in that article disputes my point, that Trump is making cuts across the board, and not just to science?