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The train is leaving the station
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McCarthy Denied Zelenskyy's Wish to Address Congress
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Scientists need to share ideas 'secretly' to avoid gov't smearing
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The Real History of the War in Ukraine
G7 Official Says Ukraine War Could Last for Seven More Years
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Unraveling the Shadows: The Covert Games behind COVID-19 Origins
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Dr. McCullough's Speech at the European Parliament
United Nations THREATENING national sovereignty as world approaches breaking point
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Department of Defense Run By Incompetent Boobs
Boldly Into the Chaos
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The BRICS Commodity Powerhouse: Can It Force a New Economic ‘Order’?
The Ukrainian Morale in the Battlefield: A Snapshot
Joe Biden: An ‘End of History’ Cheerleader Living in a Future That Could Never Exist
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States Are Dying From Corruption and the Exponential
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From the mission field: Partners in the Lord’s song
Sermon: Wittenberg Academy – Sep 19, 2023
Biden is Using Executive Power to Create New Deal-style American Climate Corps
The Peculiar Power of Denial
Scientists need to share ideas 'secretly' to avoid gov't smearing
Post Date: 2023-09-22 00:43:28 by Charles_Byrd
On May 15, 1970, the New York Times published an article by esteemed Russia scholar Albert Parry detailing how Soviet dissident intellectuals were covertly passing forbidden ideas around to each other on handcrafted, typewritten documents called samizdat. Click for Full Text!
The 'Climate Emergency' Is a Hoax
Post Date: 2023-09-11 23:33:42 by Charles_Byrd
More than 1,600 scientists, including two Nobel laureates, have signed a declaration saying that "There is no climate emergency." The declaration is unlikely to get any attention from the mainstream media, unfortunately, but it is important for people to know about: the mass climate hysteria and the destruction of the US economy in the name of climate change need to stop. "Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific," states the declaration signed by the 1,609 scientists, including Nobel laureates John F. Clauser from the US and Ivar Giaever from Norway/US.
Second Nobel Prize Winner Signs Letter With 1,600 Scientists Declaring Climate ‘Emergency’ A Myth
Post Date: 2023-09-11 06:21:49 by Charles_Byrd
A coalition of more than 1,600 scientists critical of their peers hyperbolic claims about climate change drew a prominent recruit to sign their 2019 declaration that the climate emergency is a myth. John Clauser, who won last years Nobel Prize in physics, became the second Nobel laureate last month to sign the document with 1,607 other scientists rebuking the idea of a climate crisis. Click for Full Text!
The Earth Has No Average Temperature
Post Date: 2023-09-10 00:54:43 by Charles_Byrd
Frequently, I read where a politician like John Kerry; Al Gore; Joe Biden; or António Guterres, the secretary general of the U.N., has stated: "We must keep the increase of the average temperature of the Earth to 1.5°C or less; it has already risen 1.1°C since the beginning of the industrial age." The implication of such a statement is that the Earth is on a path to thermal destruction if we humans don't take action to save the planet. Aside from exhibiting the height of man's hubris to think that we could control any basic aspect of nature; such a statement demonstrates either a profound ignorance about fundamental physics or an intent to deceive. I suspect ...
Watch an Early Silent Film About the Theory of Relativity
Post Date: 2023-09-07 22:41:19 by Charles_Byrd
Albert Einstein first published his theory of special relativity in 1905; his work on general relativity followed in 1915. By 1923, Premier Productions made a silent film to explain the most salient bits. Though its entirely silent (and, of course, 100 years old), its a thoroughly lucid way to understand Einsteins most important workwith some great vintage animation as well. The theory of special relativity revolutionized the ways that scientists study and understand the universe. It introduced the famous equation E = mc2, which stands for energy = mass x the speed of light squared. Fundamentally, special relativity proposes that mass and energy are the ...
Media Ignore NASA’s New Climate-change Culprit
Post Date: 2023-07-31 22:14:38 by Charles_Byrd
Theres no denying that were enduring a heat wave this summer. The eco- alarmists want us to blame our discomfort on one chemical compound that is vital to life on Earth carbon dioxide. CO2 is regularly demonized as a greenhouse gas, and increasing atmospheric concentrations of it are reputedly taking us down a doomsday path toward oblivion. Click for Full Text!
Two Supermoons in August Mean Double the Stargazing Fun
Post Date: 2023-07-30 18:51:51 by Charles_Byrd
The cosmos is offering up a double feature in August: a pair of supermoons culminating in a rare blue moon. Catch the first show Tuesday evening as the full moon rises in the southeast, appearing slightly brighter and bigger than normal. Thats because it will be closer than usual, just 222,159 miles (357,530 kilometers) away, thus the supermoon label. Click for Full Text!
The climate witch trials
Post Date: 2023-07-28 01:40:19 by Charles_Byrd
In 1590, in Scotland, an elderly woman named Agnes Sampson was arrested. She was from East Lothian. Earlier in her life she had been a midwife and a healer, but lately she had been living in poverty. She was tried, found guilty and taken to Edinburgh Castle where, on 28 January 1591, she was strangled to death by rope and then burnt at the stake. Her offence? Climate change. Sampson was charged with stirring up contrary winds, among other things. Her persecution stemmed from the troubles of King James VI whose attempts to bring his new wife, Anne of Denmark, to Scotland were continually thwarted by hellish weather. Unusual winds capsized ships of the royal fleets. ...
Nobel Prize-winning scientist Dr. John Clauser — who recently declared climate science a ‘pseudoscience’ — has his IMF talk abruptly canceled
Post Date: 2023-07-28 01:12:30 by Charles_Byrd
Nobel Laureate (Physics 2022) Dr. John Clauser was to present a seminar on climate models to the IMF on Thursday and now his talk has been summarily canceled. According to an email he received last evening, the Director of the Independent Evaluation Office of the International Monetary Fund, Pablo Moreno, had read the flyer for Johns July 25 zoom talk and summarily and immediately canceled the talk. Technically, it was postponed. Click for Full Text!
Meteor and Milky Way over the Alps
Post Date: 2023-07-16 19:35:56 by Charles_Byrd
Now this was a view with a thrill. From Mount Tschirgant in the Alps, you can see not only nearby towns and distant Tyrolean peaks, but also, weather permitting, stars, nebulas, and the band of the Milky Way Galaxy. What made the arduous climb worthwhile this night, though, was another peak -- the peak of the 2018 Perseids Meteor Shower. As hoped, dispersing clouds allowed a picturesque sky-gazing session that included many faint meteors, all while a carefully positioned camera took a series of exposures. Suddenly, a thrilling meteor -- bright and colorful -- slashed down right next to the nearly vertical band of the Milky Way. As luck would have it, the camera caught it too. Therefore, a ...
On the media hype around bad weather
Post Date: 2023-07-11 18:16:01 by Charles_Byrd
I dont want to write about climate change. Truly. I dont know if the models are right or wrong, and I dont want to spend my life finding out. Click for Full Text!
Stars, Dust and Nebula in NGC 6559
Post Date: 2023-07-10 17:36:45 by Charles_Byrd
Explanation: When stars form, pandemonium reigns. A textbook case is the star forming region NGC 6559. Visible in the featured image are red glowing emission nebulas of hydrogen, blue reflection nebulas of dust, dark absorption nebulas of dust, and the stars that formed from them. The first massive stars formed from the dense gas will emit energetic light and winds that erode, fragment, and sculpt their birthplace. And then they explode. The resulting morass can be as beautiful as it is complex. After tens of millions of years, the dust boils away, the gas gets swept away, and all that is left is a bare open cluster of stars. Click for Full Text!
China releases its first open-source computer operating system
Post Date: 2023-07-08 01:18:21 by Charles_Byrd
China has released its first homegrown open-source desktop operating system, named OpenKylin, state media said, as the country steps up efforts to cut reliance on U.S. technology. Released on Wednesday, and based on the existing open-source Linux operating system, China's version was built by a community of about 4,000 developers, and is used in its space programme and industries such as finance and energy, they added. Click for Full Text!
Humanoid Robot Conducts National Orchestra in Seoul
Post Date: 2023-07-05 00:53:05 by Charles_Byrd
In a groundbreaking moment, an android robot named EveR 6 took to the conductor's podium over the weekend in Seoul to lead South Korea's national orchestra in a performance. Created by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, the two-armed robot made its debut at the National Theater of Korea on Friday, guiding musicians of the country's national orchestra, according to CNN. Click for Full Text!
WSU Vancouver corpse flower is blooming, on display all day Friday
Post Date: 2023-07-03 18:34:30 by Charles_Byrd
Washington State University Vancouvers rare corpse flower Titan VanCoug is now blooming and will be showcased on campus from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday. Due to a watering accident years ago that cloned the plant, visitors will be able to see the flower in three different stages of life an ultra- rare glimpse of an already ultra-rare plant. Click for Full Text!
Venus in Ultraviolet from Akatsuki
Post Date: 2023-07-03 18:08:11 by Charles_Byrd
Why is Venus so different from Earth? To help find out, Japan launched the robotic Akatsuki spacecraft which entered orbit around Venus late in 2015 after an unplanned five-year adventure around the inner Solar System. Even though Akatsuki was past its original planned lifetime, the spacecraft and instruments were operating so well that much of its original mission was reinstated. Also known as the Venus Climate Orbiter, Akatsuki's instruments investigated unknowns about Earth's sister planet, including whether volcanoes are still active, whether lightning occurs in the dense atmosphere, and why wind speeds greatly exceed the planet's rotation speed. In the featured image taken ...
Is ET phoning home? Astronomers detect unprecedented space signals
Post Date: 2023-07-03 18:04:05 by Charles_Byrd
In a groundbreaking discovery, astronomers have detected radio wave signals being transmitted to Earth at an astonishing rate of approximately three times per hour. This phenomenon, never before observed in space, has sparked speculation among researchers that it could potentially be a deliberate attempt by unidentified extraterrestrial beings to establish contact with humanity. Scientists from Australia are currently engrossed in the task of deciphering and analyzing the perplexing messages and signals received from the vastness of outer space. They strongly believe that these transmissions may be an attempt by extraterrestrial life forms residing on distant planets to initiate ...
Robot takes podium as orchestra conductor in South Korea
Post Date: 2023-07-03 18:01:00 by Charles_Byrd
An android robot, EveR 6, took the conductors podium in Seoul on Friday evening to lead a performance by South Koreas national orchestra, marking the first such attempt in the country. The two-armed robot, designed by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, made its debut at the National Theater of Korea, leading musicians in the countrys national orchestra. Click for Full Text!
Why Are Scientists Boasting of Creating ‘Synthetic Human Embryos’?
Post Date: 2023-06-21 18:51:05 by Charles_Byrd
A scientist working in Cambridge and California has just announced that she and her colleagues have made a synthetic human embryo. They took a human embryonic stem cell line and used it to make what looks like an early human embryo. This synthetic human embryo has been cultivated past the legal limit for experimenting on human embryos in the United Kingdom, which is 14 days. If this really is an embryo, and it looks a bit like one, then this is a new way of generating an embryo without fertilisation. If cells from an adult could be used, then synthetic embryos would be a new form of cloning. This would be wrong for all the same reasons that the old way of cloning a ...
Seattle’s Quest Church leaves ECC over LGBTQ Issues
Post Date: 2023-06-13 17:20:45 by Charles_Byrd
Quest Church, an influential Seattle megachurch, is leaving its denomination, the Evangelical Covenant Church, over its differences with the ECC on sexuality and LGBTQ issues. Click for Full Text!
"Population Decline Will Change the World for the Better", Scientific American Says
Post Date: 2023-05-09 20:58:39 by Charles_Byrd
An article from the climate change section of Scientific American had such a catchy title that I could not pass it up. Click for Full Text!
Mathematicians Discovered Something Mind-Blowing About the Number 15
Post Date: 2023-05-07 02:02:37 by Charles_Byrd
15: Thats the answer to an incredibly complicated math problem recently solved by a two-person team at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Usually, big, complicated math problems that are hard to solve have big, complicated answers that are almost equally hard for the layperson to understand. But not this one. This one is just
15. The question, originally posed in 2008, went as such: If you had an infinite grid of squareslike a sheet of graph paper that went on for eternityand you wanted to fill it with numbers that had to be more- than- that-number squares apart, what is the minimum number of different numbers you would need? This is called the packing ...
Japan's Ispace Shares Crash On Lunar Lander Fail
Post Date: 2023-04-27 00:13:52 by Charles_Byrd
Shares of Tokyo-based ispace tumbled after the private company said its Hakuto-R Mission lander probably crashed while on approach to land on the lunar surface. Recall, we provided a live stream of the lunar landing on Tuesday afternoon. About 25 minutes into the planned landing, there was a communications mishap. Click for Full Text!
Exposing the Climate Racket: The Latest IPCC Report
Post Date: 2023-04-23 01:59:51 by Charles_Byrd
The entire world appears enthralled with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and its periodic edicts. The pretension is that this is a scientific organization employing scientific methodology to forecast risks of global warming. It isnt. Reviewing the latest IPCC Report, one is struck by how far-ranging this global Panel now venturesinto social sciences, economics, politics, and (of course) social justice. Notable is the wide range of supposed disciplines brought to bear on the single issue of greenhouse gasses, while other contributing causes of environmental harmespecially chemical pollutionare comprehensively sidestepped. ...
The Climate Collapse Thesis
Post Date: 2023-04-14 03:21:17 by Charles_Byrd
In 2003, someone leaked a secret Pentagon report warning of the dire consequences of climate change. Disruption and conflict will be endemic features of life, it reads. Once again, warfare would define human life. Click for Full Text!
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