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(Big Think)   Only the brightest, most extreme galaxies of all had ever been seen prior to the completion of reionization. And then ALMA came along, scooping a surefire James Webb discovery   (bigthink.com) divider line
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2021-11-29 3:53:35 PM  
Is this where we say disparaging things about Ethan Siegel for having the gall to post an article with pictures and words?
 
2021-11-29 3:59:57 PM  

Randrew: Is this where we say disparaging things about Ethan Siegel for having the gall to post an article with pictures and words?


Yes. Order now and receive all of Fark's other greatest hits, such as "scientists don't know what they're talking about", "theories are just guesses", and "they call it dark matter because they don't know what it is". Only three easy payments of "I hate it when people talk about science".
 
2021-11-29 4:32:21 PM  

Tranquil Hegemony: Randrew: Is this where we say disparaging things about Ethan Siegel for having the gall to post an article with pictures and words?

Yes. Order now and receive all of Fark's other greatest hits, such as "scientists don't know what they're talking about", "theories are just guesses", and "they call it dark matter because they don't know what it is". Only three easy payments of "I hate it when people talk about science".


I thought with was where we gripe about how the James Webb Space Telescope will never actually get off the ground, and even if it does the complicated unfolding process for it's mirror will surely go awry, and even if it doesn't one of the other more than 300 points of failure will undoubtedly fail, and even it it doesn't the JWST is cursed and doomed to failure anyway, and even if it isn't we didn't get a harrumph outta that guy over there.
 
2021-11-29 4:57:17 PM  
Obviously this is the one where people with a stick up their asses come to biatch.
 
2021-11-29 5:07:41 PM  

Explodo: Obviously this is the one where people with a stick up their asses come to biatch.


Well, I only have the stick because I've swallowed a lot of shiat from Farkers and don't want to make a mess.
 
2021-11-29 6:47:11 PM  

Randrew: Explodo: Obviously this is the one where people with a stick up their asses come to biatch.

Well, I only have the stick because I've swallowed a lot of shiat from Farkers and don't want to make a mess.


...and so much for this thread, I guess.
 
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