Theory / obs, again

Shamelessly stolen from mt.

[Yes, I've been on holiday, but I'm back now. Prepare to be bored by my holiday snaps!]

Refs

* Vilnius mayor crushes car parked in cycle lane

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Looking forward to the pix, even if they are only experiental and without the slightest theoretical grounding.

By David B. Benson (not verified) on 17 Aug 2011 #permalink

This of course is exactly why, when the Met Office computer tells me it's going to be sunny, and I look out of the window and it appears to be raining, I don't bother to put a coat on because the evidence of my own eyes has not been confirmed by theory.