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Why does the left always claim free speech rights for themselves, but consistently stifle speech of those they disagree with? As if we didn't already know the answer to that question.
 
Michigan Grade School Teacher: No Trump for You - The Geller Report
- , Brett Meteyer, who teaches the elementary school students, sent a letter to parents explaining that students would watch the 2005 and 2009 inaugurations instead, and will cut off viewing of Trump’s inauguration right before the President-elect speaks.
, Brett Meteyer, who teaches the elementary school students, sent a letter to parents explaining that students would watch the 2005 and 2009 inaugurations instead, and will cut off viewing of Trump’s inauguration right before the President-elect speaks.
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This will result in huge and drastic benefits in the future. It will most likely be many, many decades before those before are seen, because this is so far beyond bleeding edge, we're barely able to do these experiments, and are working from the bleeding edge of theory.
 
"An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made at University of Konstanz. The team of scientists headed by Professor Alfred Leitenstorfer has now shown how to manipulate the electric vacuum field and thus generate deviations from the ground state of empty space which can only be understood in the context of the quantum theory of light.

With these results, the researchers from the field of ultrafast phenomena and photonics build on their earlier findings, published in October 2015 in the scientific journal Science, where they have demonstrated direct detection of signals from pure nothingness. This essential scientific progress might make it possible to solve problems that physicists have grappled with for a long time, ranging from a deeper understanding of the quantum nature of radiation to research on attractive material properties such as high-temperature superconductivity. The new results are published on 19 January 2017 in the current online issue of the scientific journal Nature."

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-01-quantum-vacuum-traffic-space.html
An important step towards a completely new experimental access to quantum physics has been made at University of Konstanz. The team of scientists headed by Professor Alfred Leitenstorfer has now shown how to manipulate the electric vacuum field and thus generate deviations from the ground state of empty space which can only be understood in the context of the quantum theory of light.
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Things you need to know.
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What? You thought facts mattered to Democrats?

YOU THOUGHT WRONG.
Betsy DeVos, President-elect Trump's pick to lead the Education Department, believes that states and localities should make their own well-informed decisions about guns in schools rather than making a blanket one-sized-fits-all federal policy. But you wouldn't know it from how most media outlets are covering comments DeVos made about guns during her Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday. Betsy DeVos says guns in schools may be necessary to prote...
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This guy continues to gift us with reasons to hate him.
 
Progressive Internet robber baron tries to use White Man's court to steal ancestral lands from native Hawaiians.
The only people of color #MarkZuckerberg cares about are those he under pays or is screwing. (His wife)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4134654/Mark-Zuckerberg-sues-families-force-sell-land.html

Almost a dozen small parcels on Zuckerberg's Kauai property belong to Hawaiian citizens who acquired them through a 1850 act, a Honolulu newspaper reported Wednesday.
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ProtonMail adds Tor onion site to fight risk of state censorship

And here's the Tor URL: https://protonirockerxow.onion/

Proton mail is free, but they offer paid plans, including using your OWN domain, which I STRONGLY ENCOURAGE if you can justify 5 euros/month per domain plus the $9/year for domain registration. That way, if for any reason proton mail goes away, is compromised, or banns you, you still own your email address and can quickly switch it to another host or even host it from your home PC, which is easier than you think. Hey! If HILLARY can do it, so can YOU! If only she'd been using encrypted email, maybe history would've played out differently. Luckily, for the world, she didn't.

Thanks to +Alan Lovejoy​
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Very impressive and very cool. I love his attitude!
 
This, this is why America is the best! We get to chose our success in life. 
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"Watch below, as the mainstream media finally investigates the #Pizzagate #pedophilia conspiracy theory — and breaks it down step-by-step — you won’t be disappointed."

Thanks to +Alan Lovejoy​
(Jay Syrmopoulos) Proving once again to be arguably the most fearless mainstream journalist in America, Ben Swann delves into the Pizzagate conspiracy. Pizzagate began as a crowdsourced investigation of elite-connected pedoph...
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I almost don't want to warn those freaks. Let them keep it up and they'll lock in 8 years instead of 4.
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Yeah, outgoing presidents don't do major crap like this. Let's hope obama doesn't do something even MORE stupid in the next few hours on his way out, like start a war with Russia!
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I don't mind this agreement. 
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+CNN , you seem to be reporting #FakeNews  on an increasing frequency.
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I design and write software as both a hobby and a profession. I write about what I love to do on my blog and here. I value my privacy and that of my family emensely which is why you won't see a lot about my personal life here. This is an interactive outlet for my blog and for me to help people solve their technology problems in a more interactive and personal way than is possible with just the blog. Google just doesn't get it.
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Programming is my passion.  My current side project is building GUI front ends to many of the Linux command line utilities.  The die hards may hate me for it, but the non-geeks will appreciate it.

I cut my binary teeth on 8-bit 6502 CPUs and have been heavily involved in software development ever since.  My true love in this field is getting under the hood and programming directly on the metal, though, that's impractical for most things today.

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I won't be discussing politics (at least, I'll try not to) because my primary reason for participating here to discuss science and technology.  Once in a while, some bill will come up that directly affects our technology and I'll speak up on those bills.  Oh, and since G+ is a global community, I guess I should point out that I'm a U.S. citizen and the bills I discuss will almost always be U.S. bills.

If you want to know what circles to place me in, here are some suggestions:
  • Anti-SOPA, Protect IP, etc...
  • Programmer
  • Android
  • .Net
  • ASP.Net
  • ASP.Net MVC
  • WebForms
  • WinForms
  • C#
  • Linux
  • Techie
  • Science Nerd
  • Space Nut
  • Robotics

I post content on all of those topics and those are the topics I am generally interested in reading as well.

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Vehemently disagree with Google+'s "real names" policy! I've lived through 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit, and now 64 bit computing from the inside out. My first computer had a 1Mhz processor, 64KB of RAM and a 140KB 5.25" floppy drive, no hard drive (had never even heard of one), and with it I had to walk up hill to school in 6 feet of snow, bar foot, BOTH WAYS and I liked it! My current computer has 4 2.4Ghz processors, 8GB RAM, 6TB of hard drive space and my phone is 800 times faster than that first computer and has more than 252,265 times as much RAM as my first computer and neither has enough space nor is fast enough and my kids get their homework assignments online and have never seen a record player. [Edit] We were cleaning out my parents' garage and now they've finally seen one!
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Bills do not have account numbers on them, only invoice numbers and specimen numbers, which are different every time. This makes entering a payment into Quicken a major hassle. Normally, you create ONE payee in Quicken with your account number attached, then all bills are paid to that one payee. Sadly, the way they do it, you have to enter a NEW ENTRY every single payment AND in Quicken, each payee entered has to have a DIFFERENT name. I called and told them about it and the operator kept interrupting me saying, "I know! I know how Quicken works!" Not letting me get to the point of: Here are the hassles you're causing us and here's my official request for you to bring it up in your next meeting that a customer wants this".
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Very nice on the inside. The restaurant didn't have much of a selection and the food was unexciting and bland and was a little overpriced for lunch, but it was a clean and nice atmosphere and the staff was polite.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food was good, people were nice, but the tables were all dirty and there were very few customers, so no excuse for not sending someone out to clean them.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great food. Low prices. Great service.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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Great food, friendly staff, but hair in food, ordered 2 shakes to go, but took 30 minutes with no visit from waitress. Had to flag someone down to get our shakes made. And it was CRAZY cold in there. My phone's sensor showed 63.3° and keep in mind, the phone is warmer than the air. I asked them to turn the temperature up and they accommodated us.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great food and they cater to our dog at the outside eating area.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
A little pricey and very greesy, but the greesy is not a complaint... it's a burger joint! And their burgers are large and juicy and tasty as well as their grilled chicken sandwich. Put your own toppings on and fill your own drinks. There's an arcade and a bakery in there. Very high ceilings and decarated with Rock'n'Roll memoriabilia. Get the onion rings. They're really good!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago