[00:03]The original idea goes back to a paper Albert Einstein
[00:07]published in 1917 on "The Quantum Theory of Radiation"
[00:11]about the absorption, spontaneous emission and
[00:14]stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation.
[00:20]"Let me ask you a question," he says, standing in
[00:23]front of the ridiculous, yet strangely convincing Bugatti
[00:31]For the past half hour or so, Major Hasan had paced
[00:34]the floor of the spacious, gymnasium like room casting
[00:38]suspicious glances at Carroll and three friends, who were
[00:42]also preparing to deploy.
[00:47]There are the unprintable racist chants and vicious
[00:50]boos he hears when he plays, and which live on even after
[00:54]matches are over in videos on the Internet.
[01:01]Odd though it sounds, cosmic inflation is a
[01:05]scientifically plausible consequence of some respected
[01:08]ideas in elementary particle physics, and many
[01:12]astrophysicists have been convinced for the better part of
[01:16]a decade that it is true.
[01:21]Men are exposed to more acts of random physical
[01:25]violence. The kinds of interpersonal violence that women
[01:29]are exposed to tend to be in domestic situations, by,
[01:33]unfortunately, parents or other family members, and they
[01:37]tend not to be one-shot deals.
[01:42]Just more than a year ago, one billion tons of toxic coal
[01:46]sludge broke loose from a containment pond belonging to
[01:50]the Tennessee Valley ...
[01:54]It's impossible to know, however, whether Keats
[01:57]had the lower-class accent that these spellings evoke or
[02:01]was merely pretending to have it in order to amuse his readers.