That's scientific nicety coming to the fore. If they haven't tested every single part of it, they won't say it's all made of this. They'll say, the bit we tested was this, and for the following reasons we believe the bit we tested was representative of the whole - this can be shortened to "is though to"thought, not is.
You forgot to add "apostrophes" and "grammar" to your list.walker said:The Sun, as in the big orange thing in the sky. How do scientist's know what its made of if they can't get close enough to do any test's?
Men in Skinny leg jeans, Why do you want to show everyone you havn't had a good meal since easter 2003?
Nothing is 'there' unless someone can see it's there. Indeed, to take it further, nothing is 'there' for you unless you personally can see it's there. That's called solipsism, I think.beanzontoast said:In fact, maybe it's not there any more and we haven't realised yet?
I'll leave it to someone else to fill in with the second verse!There was a young man who said "God,
Must find it exceedingly odd,
To think that the tree,
Should continue to be,
When there's no one about in the quad."