At the size of a large school bus and with a price tag of over $1 billion, the Hubble Space Telescope was the newest, biggest, fanciest and most expensive telescope yet when NASA launched it on April 24, 1990.
"Engineering is the closest thing we have to superpowers as human beings,” said Jason Tuttle, a junior studying mechanical engineering. “To me, it seems that it’s through engineering that God made this world. So in a way, engineering is like one step closer to being like God.”
This week’s editorial is just another example of bullying from climate change devotees. Not only does it insult an enormous portion of the American people, it is based in half-truths and clever manipulations of data.
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