With cops being killed in cold blood, Al Sharpton spewing his racist narrative, and with a well-funded Communist group supporting him, New York city cops’ lives are in more danger now than they have been in a long time._*
The biggest problem with these ongoing protests is that they are used to legitimize the lie that police officers have declared war on black people.
_*As a black person, I am sick and tired of the 99.99 percent of good cops–who oftentimes do heroic work to keep black communities safe–being thrown under the bus because of a few tragic instances.
Perhaps the saddest part is the president and members of his administration are now joined at the hip with Sharpton and these Communist groups, all of them willingly dividing America for political gain._*
In an astonishing admission that the climate of the planet is heading towards a "cooling" period, the thick skinned science adviser to Obama, John Holdern maintains that human-caused "global warming" is in fact HELPING offset the impact of cooling and it is therefore a good thing that his imaginary man-made global warming is happening !!
“We know beyond any reasonable doubt that humans are the main cause of the warming of the earth’s climate that has been measured over the past few decades. The warming is unequivocal… While the climate of the earth has changed over the millennia as a result of natural factors, principally changes in the tilt and orientation of the earth’s axis and rotation, and in the shape of its orbit around the sun,those changes occur far too gradually to have noticeable effects over a period of mere decades. In their current phases, moreover, they would be gradually cooling the earth — taking us to another ice age, if they weren’t being more than offset by human-caused warming
*We would like to invite Holdern to clarify his [new] position on the nonsense of man-made climate because we think may have not heard him right the first time:-)
Endlich ein Mann im Parlament, der etwas von Oekonomie versteht!
Both sides of the political spectrum love regulations, as they state the following: "Regulations are good because they protect us from greedy capitalists", or they provide us this line, "We need to reduce regulations, but we need to keep regulations that m...
...returns rather embarrassing observations about atmospheric CO2 concentrations which were previously thought (by none other than bogus climate scientists) to be concentrated around North America, Europe and Asia's industrial zones.....
#climatechange #globalwarming #nasa #oco2satellite
And to equate it to a hypothesis about CO2, we would say "Industrial countries always produce more CO2 than other parts of the globe." And you're right, if someone postulated that hypothesis, then that hypothesis has been proven incorrect.
My guess is the real question researchers are trying to answer is whether industrialized nations contribute more to the globe's CO2. If a non-industrial process has a few spikes of CO2 during the year, but the industrial nations pump out a lower but more consistent volume that is larger in total, then it can be said that industrialized nations contribute more to overall CO2 levels. You can't determine that from a 6-week study.
In Physics, we had 3 women out of 93 students, in the second year, it was down to 50 students and 1 woman.
In IT, the first year, we had 150 students out of which 15 were women.
One day, I entered the wrong lecture hall and was amazed to see that half of the students were girls. A quick look at the course program revealed that this was an architecture class.
So there was no barrier to entry, no social, economic or other obstacle that hindered women from entering that university. They ALL could have taken physics, math or IT, but they CHOSE not to.
As professional IT consultant and developer, over the last 30 years, I have observed other differences: in IT, as in other engineering fields, you always have projects that are urgent or demand extra efforts over considerable amounts of time - you have to work late or over weekends etc.
I have done so with numerous men, but although I occasionally met women working in IT jobs, NONE of them ever agreed to do extra hours to complete urgent projects. They all wanted their time off to engage in social activities.
Our violent crime rate was close to non-existent. We had a ridiculously low homicide rate.
During the 1990s, we experienced mass immigration from ex-Yugoslavia; close to 500'000 Croatians, Serbs and especially Albanians moved here (our population is now close to 8 million).
That caused a yearly increase in violent crime of about 1%, mostly the ex-Yugoslavs their war.So
In 1999, a new federal law went into effect. The ONLY reason it was passed was to be Schengen and EU conform. This law made gun carry illegal.
Most people believed that this would have absolutely no effect, as "Switzerland was a safe country, no one needed a gun".
In 1999, we experienced a 15% increase in violent crime.
Since then, our violent crime rate has risen by 600% and homicides DOUBLED!
We are still safer than our neighbors France, Germany, Austria and Italy, but our numbers have caught up. Fortunately, we are still far away from the numbers in the UK, which enacted a total gun ban in 1996!
This evolution is EXACTLY what I predicted before the passage of the new law. I was heavily lobbying for a referendum against he the law, but very few people were receptive to the argument that abolishing our gun carry right would lead to more violent crime.
Now the damage is done: close to 500 people died needlessly (the 100% increased homicide rate) and we no longer feel safe.
Criminal gangs invade Switzerland from France and Italy, mostly, to commit violent crimes here, because they no longer fear the threat of armed citizens and they don't give a flying sh** about the police.
So be careful before you think "It's safe to give up our guns now".
When you do, crime will be back - with a vengeance!
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