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Comment: Re:CAGW is a trojan horse (Score -1, Flamebait) 701

by andydread (#47392835) Attached to: When Beliefs and Facts Collide

I'll believe in CAGW when the scientists quit fudging the numbers and it still shows it...when they can explain historical data that contradicts the theory...and when they can explain why the warming has stopped for the last couple of decades.

As it is, he fudging is so blatant that "climate science" is nothing of the sort...it's a Trojan horse for the same lod tired leftist government takeoff of economies. That trick never works.

seriously? wow. Tell you what. Just stick to your bible and fox news. This conversation is for people of reason. You seem to be too far brainwashed by the API and their minions on Fox News, Dailly Caller, Drudge, Linbaugh and the like. SMH.

Comment: Re:Democrats getting a pass here? (Score 1) 225

by andydread (#47378227) Attached to: Senate Budgetmakers Move To End US Participation In ITER

So Lamar Alexander is a Democrat now?

Has anyone ever explained to you that the Democrats in the Senate have the MAJORITY?

And has anyone bothered to mention that the Democrats in the Senate REMOVED the filibuster, so that the Republican MINORITY has ZERO power to control legislation?

Blaming a Republican for ANYTHING that gets out of the Senate is the height of idiocy, when the Democrats have set things up so that NOTHING can be done in the Senate without their approval. It doesn't take a single Republican vote to get something passed in the Senate, but EVERY Republican voting AGAINST something can't stop it from being passed...

So, if we're talking about the US Senate, we're talking about things the Democrats want to do....

They removed the filibuster of appointed judges. That is all. You are so blinded by Fox News that you think that removal of that filibuster for a specific purpose applies to everything in the Senate. Please do your low information self a favor and turn of Fox News. Geez.

Comment: Re:Democrats getting a pass here? (Score 3, Interesting) 225

by andydread (#47375649) Attached to: Senate Budgetmakers Move To End US Participation In ITER

I have a feeling if the story was about the current House of Representatives slashing ITER funding, we'd see a screed about "anti-science Republicans." However, since the Senate is led by Democrats...

That's more than a feeling, that's a fact.

So Lamar Alexander is a Democrat now? Really? Did you even bother to read the article before you opened your trap here? The fact is Republicans are anti-science unless that science is related to extraction of oil. You have failed misareabley to blame this on Democrats.

Comment: Re:Ahh, everything working as it should... (Score 1) 140

Doesn't it warm the free-market cockles of your heart that levels of 'market transparency' in "intellectual property", and the licensing thereof, that a regulatory action taken by commie chinese is the biggest boost it's had in years? Good work on that free market, guys.

I think the free-market types see patents as a big government granted monopoly. Somehting they tend to loathe.

+ - Edward Snowden responds to release of e-mail by U.S. officials->

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An anonymous reader writes "Snowden states todayâ(TM)s release is incomplete, and does not include my correspondence with the Signals Intelligence Directorateâ(TM)s Office of Compliance, which believed that a classified executive order could take precedence over an act of Congress, contradicting what was just published. It also did not include concerns about how indefensible collection activities â" such as breaking into the back-haul communications of major US internet companies â" are sometimes concealed under E.O. 12333 to avoid Congressional reporting requirements and regulations."
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Comment: Stop killing promising projects then. (Score 2) 71

by andydread (#46944939) Attached to: Head of MS Research On Special Projects, Google X and Win 9
FTFS

a 'Special Projects' group that would tackle disruptive technology

"But the missions are different. We want to make things better and ship them. That will always be primary for us. It will be secondary for them."

Well you should have fixed and released the Courier dual-screen tablet instead of cancelling it if you wanted to introduce disruptive tech no?

Comment: Re:Gun nuts (Score 1) 1374

by andydread (#46892063) Attached to: "Smart" Gun Seller Gets the Wrong Kind of Online Attention

"guarantees that each citizen has the right to keep and bear arms for self-defense" - Bullshit. The language doesn't say that at all, it says a regulated MILITIA.

It's since been INTERPRETED to mean "each American individually" but the 2nd Amendment does NOT say that explicitly, nor was it referring to anything but 1-shot muskets.

arms also means explosives and cannons and pistols. not just rifles.. Seems you are quite ignorant of weaponry and arms.

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