12/6 7pm, 9pm (monthly): watch real-life bar stories recreated at our bar theater group’s site-specific performance set in a local watering hole. 12/6 8pm doors, pm show (weekly): beer specials are a good sign that you don’t gotta drink with your pinky out to fit in at the fancy show stand-up comedy show. 12/6 9pm (monthly): hear titillating first-person sex stories at the smut slam show, with real-life tales from (s)experienced storytellers and 8-10 open slots. under st marks theatre (east village), (first 10 who sign up to talk get in free).
The assumed thickness of the annual layers is important because it constrains the annual thickness in the measurements.
The measurements can deviate a little from the assumed annual layer thickness but not by much.
The main assumption is that the earth is very old — billions of years old. They think the amount of snow and ice added each year is approximately balanced by the ice that is lost by melting and calving of icebergs into the ocean.
Because of their assumptions, uniformitarian scientists believe that the annual layers thin drastically as they are covered by more snow and ice (figure 12.3).
4pm: downtown brooklyn’s metrotech center lights up the holidays with a tree lighting ceremony including santa actual reindeer, performances from the brooklyn ballet and the brooklyn friends school, and complimentary light bites and beverages from korilla bbq, starbucks, la défense, and more.
bonus: pick up a free drink voucher for the circa brewing after party at the event.12/6 7pm: pulitzer prize-winning novelist michael cunningham (the hours) and actor lili taylor (american crime) join cabaret performer billy hough in a theatrical reading of his adaptation of charles dickens’ a christmas carol at mcnally jackson bookstore (nolita). 12/6 7pm, (thru 12/9): get your feet stompin’ at the third annual roots ‘n’ ruckus music fest, a three day roots music showcase featuring 30 bands on two stages.jalopy theater and jalop tavern (carroll gardens/columbia street waterfront), free.However, the situation becomes much more complicated deeper down in the ice sheet.Essentially, the uniformitarian scientists must make assumptions for the bottom and middle portion of the ice sheet in order to determine the annual layers.The upshot of their assumptions is that the On the other hand, if the ice built up rapidly, as in the creationist model during the Ice Age, the annual layers would be very thick at the bottom and thin upward to the present average annual layer thickness.