Member Since October 16, 2009 , From United States

Recent Activity by PGroot

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow didn't work either.

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

Sorry PD, it is not Dominic but St. John Bosco (or Don Bosco).

Commented: About Robert's answer

Yes, pumped storage hydro power can save energy for later, but it is only about 70-80% efficient.

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

Wrong. 10 divided by 2 is 5. 10 divided by point 2 (.2) is ten times 5 = 50.

Commented: About PGroot's answer

If the precipitation was artificially induced, you could call it artificial precipitation. So cloud seeding and snowmaking are two examples. Most of the literature refers to cloud seeding as an ...

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Now you kids may learn the moral Of this tragic tale of mine Artificial respiration Could have saved my Clementine.

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Dust in the Wind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qxSwJC3Ly0

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Ecclesiastes: I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind.

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Since the main star of Polaris is a supergiant about 43 times the size of our sun, that makes it 36 million miles across. Even if you put it 1 million miles away it would fill the sky. And being 93 ...

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

The dick lives in one state and the ass in another.

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