Paul has a minor stab wound from an attempted mugging, and says he's a friend of their children at Harvard University.
The Kittredges are trying to get the money to buy a painting by Paul Cézanne and now have this wounded stranger in their home.
Internal Six returns to Baltar while Godfrey has somehow disappeared and Baltar speculates that Godfrey may have been a manifestation of his Internal Six all along.
On Caprica, Helo and the model Eight posing as Boomer hide in a forest.
The tropical and subtropical zones are likely to become uninhabitable at 5 or 6 degrees of warming, according to Lynas' exhaustive review of the broad spectrum of climate research. The subtropical zone is highlighted in yellow below.
The first chapter describes the expected effects of climate change with one degree (°C) increase in average global temperature since pre-industrial times.
It premiered on September 21, 2006, after Grey's Anatomy on ABC. Abrams, Bryan Burk and Thom Sherman serve as executive producers through their Bad Robot Productions banner. It is filmed on location in Manhattan and at Silvercup Studios in Long Island City, Queens, New York.
The show was created by Raven Metzner and Stuart Zicherman. The series was shown in Canada on Global on Wednesday evenings prior to the American airings.
It's then possible to work out the "closeness" of an article in Wikipedia as its average distance to any other article. If you haven't, it works like this: Every actor gets a Kevin Bacon number.Kevin Bacon has a Kevin Bacon number of 0, actors who were in a movie with Kevin Bacon get a Kevin Bacon number of 1, actors who were in a movie with someone who has a Kevin Bacon number 1 get a 2, and so on (Everybody always gets the smallest number possible, so if you were in a film with two people, one with a 4 and one with a 6, your Kevin Bacon number would be 5).The same idea could apply to the articles Wikipedia.Instead of taking "in the same film" as the relation, you can take "is linked to by".Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet (358 pages), ISBN 978-0-00-720905-7 is a 2007 (2008 in USA) non-fiction book by author Mark Lynas about global warming.