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  1. Napster


    Contemporary philosophical realism is the belief that some aspects of reality are ontologically independent of our conceptual schemes, perceptions, linguistic practices, beliefs, etc. Realism may be spoken of with respect to other minds, the past, the future, universals, mathematical entities...
  2. RobM

    More of those puzzles

    Here are one I have put together. Don't post the answers, let others have a think. PM me them instead. They are not football related; they might be song titles, science related, all sorts. OK, get a coffee and off we go. 3 C in the F 12 S on a N P C 4 S on a B G -273.15 AZ (No Googlng!) 2 P...
  3. RHB

    Quiz: Do you know your science fiction from science fact?

    I managed a pathetic 2/8 http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zs2sqty
  4. * ORM *

    Husband needed

    I apologise for the length of the post but I'm curious to see if anyone fits the bill. ​** This marriage advert is clear, legit & real. ** When the true fate brings someone special related to your soul, distance is not an issue with cars & airplanes. I am looking for a true nice...
  5. Napster

    Last ten games of post-war managers

    I know it's not an exact science, but I thought I'd have a look at post-war managers and their last ten games, for comparison with our current manager. I've given a win 3 points and a draw one point for consistency's sake. Also bear in mind that some managers were sacked and some left to bigger...
  6. When we score 2 or more !

    Some constantly blame the defence when ever we lose,yet we play allowing the oppo to launch wave upon wave of attacks because we sit deep and have zero outball,it's not rocket science. Here are the games we have scored 2 or more under Phil. Played 55....won 41...drew 8....lost 6....gf 127...
  7. Tim Peake

    Exciting stuff - godspeed Tim! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/science-environment-34985274
  8. Spaceman Spiff

    Look out Ron

  9. Favourite painting in National Gallery

    This was being discussed on the Jeremy Vine show as I was going to the tip. I'm sure it's been done before but here goes. What's your favourite painting that you must see if you go to the National Gallery. I must always see amd usually go straight to...
  10. londonblue

    Is DNA Evidence Foolproof?

    Not according to this: BBC
  11. pickledseal

    Teaching RE

    I'm ready for the banter, and have no problem with it at all, but think that this article is very interesting regarding the place of RE in our schools: http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6417096 It begins: And it goes on... I think a few on here need to really take stock of that...
  12. Psychopath quiz (non-Guardian)

    Psychopath night at 9pm on Channel 4 and they have a quiz on their website. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/psychopath-night Apparently I'm 67% on the Psychopath Spectrum What is your score?
  13. OldBlueLady

    Latest Rumours York Away 22nd Feb

    Let's hope we beat them at their place first, eh? :winking: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2507778/Will-world-end-100-days-Sounding-ancient-trumpet-York-warns-Viking-apocalypse-22-February-2014.html
  14. Yorkshire Blue

    In defence of Flavs

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24078179 ps Is he still playing?
  15. Food Science Question

    why is chili con carne one of those foods that is better when it's re-heated? The recipe I use has some weird kind of voodoo which means that if you freeze a portion it's absolutely amazing when you re-heat it.
  16. Napster

    A Where are they Now special

    I was tempted to do one of the last time we played at Wembley, but it would be pretty dull So, the last time we played at the Mill Stad, here's where everyone is and what they're doing: Flahavan - signed for Palace for a free in July 2008, after making 296 appearances for the club. Now at...
  17. Rusty Shackleford

    Ancient Mars could have supported primitive life

    Ancient Mars could have supported primitive life, NASA says How primitive I wonder? Like Barnaby primitive? Interesting stuff.
  18. When the Guardian is actually useful!

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/jan/27/20-human-body-facts-science Plenty amazing facts, the one that got me was: Just like a chicken, your life started off with an egg. Not a chunky thing in a shell, but an egg nonetheless. However, there is a significant difference between a human egg...
  19. Jedi Shrimper

    What should I do?

    I've been in need of a new winter jacket for a while, and after a couple of weeks looking on the internet ordered a North Face coat for £240. Yesterday it arrived, but the box seemed awfully big and unneccessary. I opened it to find they'd sent me FOUR coats! I checked the email order &...
  20. Skynet & Terminators coming a step closer

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/nov/19/killer-robots-banned-human-rights Seriously, these should be banned outright across the world. Scary stuff.