at the National Press Club for a status report on the effort to detect gravitational waves - or ripples in the fabric of spacetime - using the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO).This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first publication of Albert Einstein's prediction of the existence of gravitational waves.After graduating from Clark University in Massachusetts with a B. in International Relations, he went on to work for Fannie Mae, a Fortune 500 company.
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conceded that both the site rep and the woman could have been in on the gag, but noted, "if that's true, someone out there is trying really, really hard to make us believe that you can sign up to date sea captains on the internet.
As far as niche dating sites go, you can't get much more niche than Sea Captain The site first attracted attention back in Jan 2011, when articles about it appeared on nerve.com, time.com, and (among others).