We can't even explain the current "non-warming" period or its causes, what makes us think that man-handling the climate will do more good than harm? Also, who decides who gets the rain and who gets the drought? Vast conclusions from half-vast data..
At minimum, he should have been recognized with the rest of them. To snub him this way is disgraceful.
The Apple fanboi brigade would faint at the sight of an iPone 6 regardless of what was actually in it or the screen size. They'd buy a brick if it had the Apple logo on it.
Larry was heard laughing and saying "Oregon confused selling with delivering.."
IBM has morphed into a shell company with more emphasis on selling contracts than crafting solutions. They've sold or are selling off anything resembling their traditional HW offerings. IBM's value-add is what, exactly?
Seeking leadership from Obama? More likely to get blood from a stone..
Economists, as a whole, make climate science seem precise by comparison. What other field can give a Nobel Prize to someone who's never had a single correct prediction? Other than Climate Science.. and, well, there's that whole Nobel Peace Prize thing.. Never mind.
Welcome back Ambassador Spock..
I'm old enough to remember the Food Pyramid and the groupthink 'science' that led to it. To say I'm suspicious of the current AGW craze is an understatement. Anytime contrarian scientific findings and theories are discounted out of hand, my BS detector blows a fuse. Take the politics out of current Climate Science and let's look at *all* the data and theories.
Are Democrats trying to raise the H1-B limits? How? Seems to me they're much more interested in out Southern Border.
Gutierrez and his fellow Democrats seem only interested in Hispanic illegal immigration, not those H1-B legal immigrants from Asia. I suspect the roots of this are simply that Asians are a mixed bag politically while latinos tend to vote Democratic as a bloc. The one time I asked the question of my local (D) Congress critter, they gave me the deer in the headlights look in return. I don't think they have a dog in that paricular fight, but they should.
Expiring key cryptography in reverse is a bizarre application. "This data not available until the statute of limitations has expired" - I can see it being very popular on Wall street.
Wouldn't our bizarre laws here in the good old USA have charged these kids with a 'crime' and put them away for 5 years in the slammer? This is what happens when you let luddites write laws affecting technology. We need to elect more engineers and fewer lawyers.
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