The IAU proposed a new definition for planets would have brought the the tally to 12. It was defeated.
The . should use their power and control to be the world’s police. Unstable regions filled with warlords and terrorists will be brought back under control, and the countries that once were filled with these areas, would be able to grow unhindered. Genocides and inhuman treatment would be lessened and avoided. Threats to the safety and existence of countries would be subdued; oppression and terror to regions would be overcome with the help of the USA as the world police. The United States role as the world police will obviously be beneficial to the world as a whole.
Stern called it "absurd" that only 424 astronomers were allowed to vote, out of some 10,000 professional astronomers around the globe.
You can’t enter Dudleytown, . the Village of the Damned, but you probably don’t want to. Legend says the settlement was founded in 1740 by the aristocratic Dudley family, whose reputation of treachery and scandal preceded them into the New World. Over the next six decades, the little town reportedly saw its share of horrors —people going insane, children disappearing—before being abandoned in the 1800s. The settlement itself has vanished; today, the site is private property, lost to an overgrown dark forest. Those who have ventured close speak of a suspicious silence in the woods and bright orbs in the air.
Prerequisites for the origin of life – such as energy, catalysis, the synthesis of organic carbon compounds, and their concentration – can all be seen in both the Late Hadean, as well as Early Archean environments, at different levels and different places on the landscape. This leads to a multi-regional origin of life hypothesis. The microbial life that might have been formed at the time would have been so small that it would have been very easy for it to travel long distances on the Early Earth. These prerequisites allow the Last Universal Common Ancestor of life to have its origin placed in this timeframe.