Dating exposed surface contexts
The short version of this is that women like men who play it cool and that men like women who make them feel good – interesting, masculine, sexy, trusted (which is the central premise of my book Why He Disappeared.) “Men who perceive women to be interested in them rated the women as more feminine and sexually attractive.They also showed more interest in having long-term relationships with the responsive women than with the nonresponsive women.” I’ve never understood the “women playing hard to get” thing. If you think he’s cute, funny, and fascinating, chances are he’s going to want to spend more time with you.Is there an average temperature of your bathtub full of water? Now, we might argue over how to do the averaging (Spatial? ), but you can compute an average, and you can monitor it over time, and see if it changes.The exercise is only futile if your sampling isnt good enough to realistically monitor changes over time.
Jones -- Surface exposure dating with rock varnish / Ronald I.Climate models address a spherical, rotating, Earth with a day-night (diurnal) cycle in solar illumination and atmospheric Coriolis force (due to both Earth curvature and rotation).Yes, you can do a global average of energy flows and show them in a flat-earth cartoon, like the Kiehl-Trenberth energy budget diagram which is a useful learning tool, but I hope most thinking people can distinguish between a handful of global-average average numbers in a conceptual diagram, and a full-blown 3D global climate model. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A GLOBAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE Really?!Worth, TX Fresno, CA Honolulu, HI Houston, TX Indianapolis, IN Jacksonville, FL Kansas City, MO Las Vegas, NV Long Beach, CA Los Angeles, CA Louisville, KY Memphis, TN Mesa, AZ Miami, FL Milwaukee, WI Minneapolis, MN Nashville, TN New Orleans, LA New York City, NY Oakland, CA Oklahoma City, OK Omaha, NE Philadelphia, PA Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Sacramento, CA San Antonio, TX San Diego, CA San Francisco, CA San Jose, CA Seattle, WA Tucson, AZ Tulsa, OK Virginia Beach, VA Washington, D. An artistic movement made up of American artists in the 1940s and 1950s, also known as the New York School, or more narrowly, action painting.