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Carl Lentz, in First Staff Position Since Hillsong, Joins Transformation Church in Tulsa
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Biden scandal strategy — ignore, and let liberal media run defense
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U.S. Act of War Against the European Union
The Supreme Court says good guys with guns save lives
It’s Pancaking All the Way Down, Folks!
Fox’s Kilmeade: ‘Insane’ for Trump to feature Jan. 6 footage at rally
Wheels of Justice: Jury Duty
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Trump's own attorney says the former president's TruthSocial posts attacking Manhattan prosecutor ahead of possible indictment were 'ill-advised'
The Great Credit Unwind and Powell’s Hidden Pivot
Blinken Wants $2 Billion to Rival China’s Belt-and-Road Initiative
Why the Hell Is the US Occupying Syria?
Parallels Between The Roman Empire And The USA
Turkish Parliament Committee Approves Bill Ratifying Finland’s NATO Membership
Oregon Legislation Would Allow Children to Decide About Abortion/Transgenderism Without Parental Consent
Defending Private Property: Principles of Justice
ESG En Route to Etatism
The UN Is Obsolete – The Cabal & Their NGO’s Are Mental Cavemen
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NPR Fumbles “Limited Evidence of ‘Trans-male’ Advantage” Story
Brickbat: Move It Along
Climate science makes a bad religion
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A bombshell Biden story — and the media dutifully ignore it
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Stanford Students Who Shouted Down Federal Judge to Get Mandatory Free-speech Training
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Yellen Says US Sanctions Have Created a ‘Real Economic Crisis’ in Iran
World Bank Says Ukraine’s Reconstruction Will Cost at Least $411 Billion
Does Cost Cutting Undermine Economic Growth?
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Florida Abortion Providers Fined $500K Over 24-Hour-Wait Law
Pentagon Urging Silicon Valley Startups Into Arms Race Business
Israeli PM Netanyahu Fires Defense Minister
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Protester Fighting for Life After France Clashes
90% of Babies With Down Syndrome are Killed in Abortions, We Must Fight for Them
Loving the Unlovable
FDIC Insurance, Credit Suisse and the Day the Fed Killed Europe
US Studies How To Guarantee All $18 Trillion In US Bank Deposits
The Radical Pro-Abortion Bills that Threaten Colorado
The Secret Plan To Bailout Moderna
Climate science makes a bad religion
Post Date: 2023-03-27 22:02:13 by Charles_Byrd
What does it take to avert the end of the world? For most of human history this has been a question for religion. And the answer has usually been that human beings must repent of their sins. They must surrender some comfort and luxury to appease angry gods. In primitive times worshipers might sacrifice a bull or even a human being. Click for Full Text!
A Convenient LIE
Post Date: 2023-03-03 02:37:25 by Charles_Byrd
Climatology is complicated, and I do not claim to be an expert in this topic. It is generally accepted that CO2 levels are, in part, driving global warming. While I would agree that this is the case, my intuition tells me that the effect of CO2 levels in the range at which they exist in our atmosphere presently has very little to do with climate. I cannot discount a possible contributing effect of CO2, but I believe that the current perception that rising carbon dioxide levels are the central factor that is driving the destruction of our biosphere is unfounded and illogical. Click for Full Text!
Brain implant startup backed by Bezos and Gates is testing mind-controlled computing on humans
Post Date: 2023-02-27 15:50:01 by Charles_Byrd
In a Brooklyn lab stuffed with 3D printers and a makeshift pickleball court, employees at a brain interface startup called Synchron are working on technology designed to transform daily life for people with paralysis. The Synchron Switch is implanted through the blood vessels to allow people with no or very limited physical mobility to operate technology such as cursors and smart home devices using their mind. So far, the nascent technology has been used on three patients in the U.S. and four in Australia. Click for Full Text!
Bizarre New Study Floats the Idea of Using Lunar Dust to Mitigate Global Warming
Post Date: 2023-02-13 16:49:11 by Charles_Byrd
Claiming that climate change is an existential threat, a study released on February 8 by researchers from the University of Utah is suggesting that lunar dust could be used to filter sunlight in order to cool down the Earth. Climate hysterics believe that mankinds emissions of carbon dioxide and other trace atmospheric gases is leading to out-of-control warming, which they believe will cause the planet to be essentially uninhabitable in coming decades. The researchers dont claim that their new technique of blocking sunlight alone can ease the threat of global warming, but insist that it must be used in conjunction with the elimination of fossil-fuel emissions as a ...
Russian Spacecraft Leaks Coolant, Station Crew Reported Safe
Post Date: 2023-02-12 00:53:03 by Charles_Byrd
An uncrewed Russian supply ship docked at the International Space Station has leaked coolant, the Russian space corporation and NASA reported Saturday, saying the incident doesnt pose any danger to the stations crew. Roscosmos said the hatch between the station and the Progress MS-21 had been locked so the incident didnt affect the orbiting outpost. Click for Full Text!
US Airlines Urge FAA to Extend 5G Deadline
Post Date: 2023-02-11 01:20:19 by Charles_Byrd
A group representing major U.S. airlines "strongly urged" the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to extend a proposed deadline to June 2024 to retrofit airplane altimeters to ensure they are not susceptible to 5G wireless interference. Airlines for America (A4A), which represents American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and others also asked the FAA to revise a proposed 5G safety directive "to reflect technical realities and the continued safe operation of many aircraft." The group warned a "material number of aircraft" in U.S. fleets will not be modified by July and without changes it could "severely limit operations" and lead to flight ...
Innovation in all fields of research and invention has entered a uniform, precipitous decline since at least 1945
Post Date: 2023-02-06 16:05:48 by Charles_Byrd
Ive been silent for a few days, because the latest volume of the journal I edit is about to go to press, and this means I must spend hours imposing consistency and accuracy upon unbelievably tedious minutiae in footnotes that nobody will ever read or care about. There are assistants who should in theory do this work for me, but I have learned that their involvement is to be minimised, as theyre just as likely to introduce more problems as they are to solve them, and even when they dont mess up, they never return pristine edited files. Instead, after weeks, they proudly forward heavily annotated PDFs, which I must then painstakingly correct regardless. In short, academic ...
Report Claiming the Last Eight Years Were the “Hottest on Record” Causing Hysteria in Media
Post Date: 2023-01-13 02:29:00 by Charles_Byrd
A new report compiled by the European Unions Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) is leading to the use of fainting couches all over the media. The report claims that 2022 was the fifth-hottest year on record and that the eight warmest years on record have occurred since 2014. According to the report, 2016 remains the hottest year ever recorded. Or, as The New York Times breathlessly reported: The world remained firmly in warmings grip last year, with extreme summer temperatures in Europe, China and elsewhere contributing to 2022 being the fifth-hottest year on record, European climate researchers said this week. Click for Full Text!
James Webb Telescope Discovers Earth-Size Rocky Exoplanet
Post Date: 2023-01-13 01:13:41 by Charles_Byrd
Researchers using the James Webb Space Telescope discovered an exoplanet, a planet that orbits a star, which is roughly the same size as the Earth but a few hundred degrees warmer, NASA said Wednesday. It was the first time an exoplanet was discovered by using the Webb Telescope since it first became fully operational in July, NASA said. Click for Full Text!
Riddle solved: Why was Roman concrete so durable?
Post Date: 2023-01-08 23:53:16 by Charles_Byrd
The ancient Romans were masters of engineering, constructing vast networks of roads, aqueducts, ports, and massive buildings, whose remains have survived for two millennia. Many of these structures were built with concrete: Romes famed Pantheon, which has the worlds largest unreinforced concrete dome and was dedicated in A.D. 128, is still intact, and some ancient Roman aqueducts still deliver water to Rome today. Meanwhile, many modern concrete structures have crumbled after a few decades. Researchers have spent decades trying to figure out the secret of this ultradurable ancient construction material, particularly in structures that endured especially harsh conditions, such ...
Neuralink competitor Synchron launches human trials for first commercial brain computer interface
Post Date: 2022-12-22 15:57:08 by Charles_Byrd
Human beings are about to be merged with the cloud in a new clinical trial involving brain-machine interfaces. Synchron, a competitor of Elon Musks Neuralink Corp., just enrolled the first patient in its United States-based clinical trial. If successful, the company could soon receive regulatory approval for wide use in the human population. Click for Full Text!
Hayek on the Difference between Science and Scientism
Post Date: 2022-12-20 15:58:40 by Charles_Byrd
It is a common practice among scientists who win the Nobel prize for some intellectual achievement to deliver their Nobel Prize lectures on another intellectual achievement that is in more need of attention. Such was the case with Albert Einstein, who won the Nobel prize in physics in 1921 for his services to Theoretical Physics and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect, which celebrated his achievements in statistical and quantum mechanics, but who delivered a speech on the special theory of relativity, a controversial idea to many scientists at the time. Likewise, Friedrich August von Hayek has won the prize for [his] pioneering work in the ...
Where Does ChatGPT Fall on the Political Compass?
Post Date: 2022-12-13 16:49:36 by Charles_Byrd
OpenAI recently released ChatGPT, one of the most impressive conversational artificial intelligence systems ever created. In the first five days after its debut on November 30, over 1 million people had already interacted with the system. Since ChatGPT provides responses to almost any query provided to it, I decided to use several political orientation tests to determine whether its answers display a skew toward any particular political ideology. Click for Full Text!
There’s No Natural ‘Carrying Capacity’ for the Human Population: An Essay Inspired by the Happy News that the Human Population Has Reached Eight Billion
Post Date: 2022-12-06 20:51:50 by Charles_Byrd
The late, great Julian Simon spent decades battling intellectually against biologists and zoologists who were convinced that human population growth, if governments did not hold it in check with draconian measures, would spell doom for multitudes of humans. (I might as well have used the present tense above, because many of the scientists with whom Simon did battle, including the most prominent, Paul Ehrlich, are still alive.) These students of animal development and behavior insist that every species inhabits an environment with a natural carrying capacity. If the population of a species grows in number beyond the limits of its environments carrying capacity, the death ...
14 BANNED GADGETS YOU STILL CAN BUY ON AMAZON
Post Date: 2022-11-23 07:59:29 by A K A Stone
Everything You’ve Heard About Electric Cars is a Lie, Here’s the Truth
Post Date: 2022-11-13 22:38:26 by A K A Stone
Yellowstone Park Ranger Has Revealed That Something Chilling Has Happened Inside The National Park
Post Date: 2022-11-13 22:18:57 by A K A Stone
The Technological Elite Are Now in Control
Post Date: 2022-01-25 08:08:01 by A K A Stone
A few days before President John F. Kennedys inauguration in January 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered one of the most remarkable and memorable farewell addresses in American history. He didnt summarize his accomplishments; he didnt offer platitudes about the greatness of the American people and the bright future that awaits us. Instead, he warned us. He warned us about invisible forces that were taking shape in our country and that threatened to undermine democracy to turn our great experiment government by the people into an illusion. His warning about what he viewed as the rise of a military-industrial complex a ...
Ventusky weahter site
Post Date: 2022-01-10 08:51:25 by A K A Stone
Hydrogel microbots to ferry living cells
Post Date: 2021-10-17 20:21:16 by A K A Stone
Tim Cook May Have ... JusT Ended Facebook --- Looks like iT's no more Mr. Nice Guy.
Post Date: 2021-01-30 12:29:43 by BorisY
Tim Cook May Have Just Ended Facebook Looks like it's no more Mr. Nice Guy. BY JUSTIN BARISO @JUSTINJBARISO What happens when an unstoppable force hits an immovable object? In a recent speech at Brussels' International Data Privacy Day, Apple CEO Tim Cook went on the offensive against Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. Cook's speech seems to be a direct response to Facebook's recent attack on Apple, in which the world's largest social network took out full-page ads in several newspapers attacking Apple's new privacy changes. But what's most fascinating is that Cook took direct aim at Facebook without ever mentioning the company by name. Just check out the ...
'Jet suit paramedic' test flight in Lake District (UK)
Post Date: 2020-10-01 08:48:16 by Deckard
Air ambulance crews in the Lake District could soon be joined by jet-powered paramedics, after trials showed they can locate and assist injured hikers in a fraction of the time of land-bound rescuers. Test flight footage shows inventor Richard Browning shooting across the Langdale Pikes in search of a party of walkers simulating a casualty scenario. Within minutes, he locates a woman and child in a search that would have taken rescuers over an hour on foot.
Hometown News: Marquette Identified for New Vertical Launch Spaceport Operations
Post Date: 2020-07-31 06:16:13 by Deckard
Those of us who have never witnessed firsthand a professional space launch, and may not be inclined to travel to someplace like Cape Canaveral in Florida might have the opportunity much closer to home thanks to news from the Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association regarding the potential for a new vertical launch Spaceport just north of Marquette in Michigans Upper Peninsula. The Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association has announced findings from a site-selection process for a vertical space launch site that has identified a location just north of Marquette. Conducted by spaceport consultants BRPH and Kimley-Horn, the site-selection process has been a year-long effort. Sites ...
Free Convertible Teslas (Tesla Model 3 crashes into overturned truck on highway)
Post Date: 2020-06-05 02:10:33 by Deckard
Last year, a Tesla decapitated itself by running into and underneath a tractor trailer it didnt see. Neither did its driver, who saw nothing ever again after his decapitation. Now another Tesla has done the four-wheeled Louis XVI losing its head to a semi it didnt see. Tesla, of course, blames the driver whom it encouraged not to. A cognitively dissonant statement was released after the wreck, as follows: Our data shows that when used properly by an attentive driver, who is prepared to take control at all times . . . the system is the apogee of safety. Italic added. An attentive driver? ...
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