FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) — New as of January 2017

Published: January 2nd, 2016 at 1:10 am ET


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51,104 comments to FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) — New as of January 2017

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    Never. Sorry, can't watch your commercials without the traumatic flasback of FDNPP1 vaporizing…

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    CGN Europe Energy Co, a subsidiary of China's State-owned nuclear power firm China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN), has acquired a 75 percent stake in a huge windmill project in Sweden, according to a statement from CGN on Tuesday night.

    CGN Europe signed an agreement with Australian energy company Macquarie Group and US-based General Electric Co to purchase the majority stake in Sweden's North Pole wind power project.

    The CGN statement did not disclose further details about the stake transfers, the amount of money involved or future plans for the project, which is still under construction.

    The North Pole project is expected to have 179 wind turbines that will deliver 650 megawatts of power, and is said to be the largest single-site onshore wind installation in Europe. It could provide power for 400,000 families.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog Synthetic artemesia. Wormwood. 1 of three parts of The Parasite Cleanse…

    No absinthe required.

    • danger kitty danger kitty

      Good to know about artemesia, HHD.
      Ive got lots of artemesia, its a chaparal shrub.
      Its beautiful & aromatic. Artemesia californica.
      Indians used it for throat & respiratory probs.
      It works, nice taste. Its also a killer insect repellent.
      And from the way it behaves when I burn a pile of it, I'll bet it could be distilled to run vehicles.
      Think I'll be drinking more artemesia.
      I'd seen hints of the artemesia/cancer link elsewhere.
      All cancers…and also seems to be effective for malaria.

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog

    INL specialists left plutonium in their car. In the morning, it was gone

    Headlines 1.3 years later.

    Go nuclear.

    Cue IAEA umbrella.

  • Ambiorix Ambiorix


    Trump Kills Science, Nature Strikes Back

    The Trump administration’s every move is marked with a strange creepiness as well as confusing messages that can only mean: They don’t get it. Their nefarious “destroy science” mentality promotes insane irreversible carbon emissions in good ole America, ultimately threatening the abilities of farmers to cope with ruinous global heat.

    As scientists duck for cover from mean-spirited Orange Trumpeters, nature strikes back, emitting 220M tons of carbon from melting permafrost in Alaska. In response, Trumpeters, fighting back, have already taken the first steps towards drilling Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, thus setting the stage for oil and gas leases on 19-million-acres of “public land.” All of America owns it.

    Alaskan permafrost is melting so fast that it has already hit a “tipping point,” meaning it emits carbon into the atmosphere in competition with human-caused carbon, hands-free, no more anthropogenic assistance required, self-perpetuating, a prelude to Runaway Global Warming (“RGW”), a major, very serious threat to life, especially as Trumpeters focus on making America More Drillable than ever before, feeding more, and more, and more force into gigantic arcs of methane CH4, a molecule that is 100xs more powerful at entrapping heat in the atmosphere than is CO2 during its initial stages.

    • Ambiorix Ambiorix

      And No , this dangerous nut missing a straightjaket wont do either..
      Trump's VP Argued Against Evolution In Congress

      In a widely posted interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews from 2009, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence refused to say whether or not he believed in evolution. While Pence dodged the question in 2009, previously the answer was an emphatic no — he does not believe in the theory of evolution…

      • Ambiorix Ambiorix

        Trow this in the garbage too if you wanne need to worry for his head like strump would say to the racist bodybuilders hormones enraged lube his march to armaggedon..


        CIA Head Believes In The Rapture & Talks About It Regularly

        As the Senate considers whether to confirm CIA Director Mike Pompeo as President Trump’s secretary of state, new information is coming to light about his sparse record on foreign affairs, raising concerns about Pompeo’s ability to serve as America’s top diplomat. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee was set to vote on Pompeo’s confirmation Monday night. Pompeo has come under fire for remarks about Muslims. Now, disclosure documents reviewed by TYT also show that Pompeo once met with an Israeli official who was later honored by a group so extreme it was labeled a hate group…

      • danger kitty danger kitty

        Ambio, is Pence a stable genius, too?


    What’s Killing the Babies of Vernal, Utah?

    A midwife comes under attack after she starts asking questions about dead babies in a Utah fracking town.

    Every night, Donna Young goes to bed with her pistol, a .45 Taurus Judge with laser attachment. Last fall, she says, someone stole onto her ranch to poison her livestock, or tried to; happily, her son found the d-CON wrapper and dumped all the feed from the troughs.

    A fracking boomtown, a spike in stillborn deaths and a
    gusher of unanswered questions.


    WTH is the Blue Castle NPP in Utah?

    Nuclear power station
    Reactor supplier

    Blue Castle Project

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      Interesting/discouraging stuff down at the bottom of the page.

      "if we are going to be serious about carbon emissions, we have to have a much larger nuclear component in our electric production"

      "create cleaner, cheaper sources of energy".

      A 2013 letter from atmospheric scientist Ken Caldeira, professor of meteorology Kerry Emanuel, and climate scientists Tom Wigley and James Hansen encouraged environmental groups to support nuclear power reactors as a way to address environmental concerns such as climate change and pollution. HEAL Utah dismissed the letter, stating the scientists should be trying to persuade "utility executives and the president of the United States".

      Blue Castle Holdings (BCH) is the company that owns the Blue Castle project. It was cofounded in 2006 by Aaron Tilton. Other executives include Thomas Retson (formerly of GE Nuclear Energy), Nils Diaz (formerly head of the U.S.Nuclear Regulatory Commission), Robert Graber, and Reed Searle.

      Everyone see how clear the path forward is? Hmmm
      Same for COP21 don't ya know.

      Nuclear is the 'fix' for Climate Change.
      Could it not be more clear?

      • AirSepTech AirSepTech

        Who is HealUtah?

        “The amount of water needed for safety, to assure safety, is tiny,” said Nick Zervos, a supervisor of thermal engineering for The Shaw Group who spoke at a forum in favor of Blue Castle and called it “inconceivable” that the Green River would be too low to provide cooling water. “There would never be a safety issue due to a lack of water.”

        This article months after Fukushima suffers catastrophic failure.
        It was “inconceivable”.

        Not a single word. 0. zip. nada.
        Fukushima was forgotten the day after it occurred.

        35 million people downstream.

        Agriculture for 100's of millions.

        Bang a drum for Climate Change. 🙁

      • GOM GOM

        Your 2 posts are outstanding.

        People generally blow off hard core knowledge regarding issues that enenewsers find deplorable.

        I don't try to enlighten folks anymore. Let their mocking attitude kill them.

        I, on the other hand, will not die stupid..

        Thanks AST

    • AirSepTech AirSepTech

      Ha ha. ha.

      How do you build nuke plants, use power for yourself(a lot of it), sell some for profit, entice investors, help investors diversify, and….not need nuke weapons for that little extra profit? whew

      The subsidiary of Blue Castle Holdings prides itself as an energy company that aims to provide mining power options for the crypto enthusiast. Their Power Blocks will consist of different energy servers on offer for individuals, small or medium organizations working on investing in cryptocurrency. At a price of $0.05 per KwH, their contracts will work on five to ten years with the value easily affordable to a large number of audience.

      I knew you would like this exciting new opportunity.
      Here here for Climate Change.


    Sierra Club, Utah

    There are 23 plants in the US that utilize the same containment system as Fukushima.

    Reactors require huge amounts of water to safely operate. Any interruption in the supply of water to the reactors could result in a catastrophic accident.

    Reactors are expensive. At a minimum of $10 billion and seven years to build, plants require their entire life span in order to pay back investors.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Exactly why the fools will not shut them!

      They were originally designed for a 30 years.. tops 40 year life span.

      Yet, now they want to extend the lifespans of these Nuclear rattletraps to 60 years..why? Mo money!

      Damn the planet! We need money!

      If I get 6 years out of a propane water heater made by GE..I jump for joy and then pray it does not blow up!

      Were in trouble! I don't know what to do about the Russians! Chuckles!


      Network – We're In A Lot Of Trouble! – YouTube
      Video for we are in trouble youtube 1976▶ 3:57


    Utah's Green River: a place of wild beauty and solitude | Lifestyles …

    Take a look, before it's destroyed..


    The Green River is a popular choice for white water rafting. The river runs from Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area near Vernal, Utah, to Dinosaur National Monument.



      Do you really need an answer?

      • GOM GOM

        Yeah I guess I do. Agenda 21 suggest the Feds are confiscating massive land tracts, historical sites, ect. BLM Federal land 'will be & is, "protected" land'.

        So opening up the desert to nuclear is what?, progress? And who is the 'electricity' for? You have seen the area in the links.

        So is it the BLM?

        • AirSepTech AirSepTech

          Trump done it, in 18 months, he has changed everything.

          "And who is the 'electricity' for?"
          California – for the profit that makes it feasible. Remove that export, and it is questionable, the coal/gas 'Climate Change' loses meaning, etc. etc. Arizona will reap some benefit you can be sure.
          Gov. Moonbeam claimed Co2 down in Cali, did not claim it was up in those supplying Cali.

          Funny, lake Mead and Powell continue to lose level. No one seems to get it.

          If people continue to concentrate west of the Rockies, divert natural processes, it will change much more than just the climate.
          Exactly like it is doing.

          We can go on, quite a bit, if you like. 😉

          • "Gov. Moonbeam claimed Co2 down in Cali, did not claim it was up in those supplying Cali.

            Funny, lake Mead and Powell continue to lose level. No one seems to get it."

            I get it…

            Time to study mercury and benzene and the so called particulate soot pollution (particulate pollution) that supposedly falls out quickly (onto the ground and your food) that means noting to the climate scientists that scream C02 instead of POISONS RAINING DOWN ON US!!!!

            Oh and we are in a orbit around the sun right now that will lower water levels and icebergs too.

            Let's worry about a basically harmless gas in the upper atmosphere (C02) instead of what's falling on us…

            Think C02 has anything to do with it?

            Makes as much sense as a pill to make you alert followed by a pill to calm you down so you don't "freak out" and can actually sleep.

            So you go to a person you don't know and trust him (or her) with your life?

            Recon there is any real truth in any of that?

            Does it make any sense to do it? The doctor said it so I believe?

            Noah is putting every animal on the planet into a boat as we speak…

            Do you believe or have you done the real research and do you know…

            P.O.D. (payable on death)- Rise Against:


            • AirSepTech AirSepTech

              You know, you could do just as well by digging in your diaper and doodle-arting a wall somewhere.

              Maybe even some face-painting for yerself.
              Hide that 1 tooth grin.

        • AirSepTech AirSepTech

          Yes. "So is it the BLM?"
          And State Governors, engineers, ignorant 'ClimateChange' scientists, Mayors, and well, just plain people.

          Profit&Payola&Paychecks, and taxes by golly, for funding that 'certain percent of voters' that will keep voting for the funding they need. As long as the .gov provides some 'incentive' for a stupid plan, stupid plans will abound.

          How can you really expect anyone to give a shit?

          • GOM GOM

            The Mormon Church runs Utah.

            Historically, the Mormons wanted to be left alone. Disengaged from formal laws & currency, they sought independence. That evolved into being driven from the East. Everything they accomplished was confiscated.

            Some asshat drove them to Utah in the dead of winter. Many perished.

            Mormons are not a trusting bunch. Ya think!

            So the question remains, who REALLY runs Bartertown?

  • HillbillyHoundDog HillbillyHoundDog
    2012. Media Propaganda says they dropped that project. 2014 It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a UFO!

    NRC update after this commercial interruption: To assure that we have safe and affordable advanced reactor designs that can be deployed at scale by midcentury, the United States will need to dramatically increase and refocus the budget of the DOE’s NE toward advanced reactor development. Perceptive and ruthlessly pragmatic program officers will need to be recruited: ones with a sense of the mission’s urgency. The government would have to sustain that higher level of support in the face of constant short-term political pressures and, undoubtedly, organized opposition from advocates of other generating sources. Part of that increased budget would have to be dedicated to building new infrastructure, such as fast-flux test facilities and other system test beds. Even with a higher budget, surge funding may be needed in some years to support demonstration reactor development and program leadership would eventually have to focus on moving two or three systematically chosen designs to the point of commercialization

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    We'll just keep going till we all have 3 eyes/17 toes, AST.
    You mean you don't? Wow.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Shortage of carbon dioxide
    "Over the last two weeks, several reports have warned of a carbon dioxide shortage hitting Europe’s food and drink industry. We’ve been told that pubs could run out of beer, and supermarkets might face a shortage of fresh meats – in barbeque season, no less! So, what’s caused this CO­2 crisis and what does it have to do with our food supply?"
    The Royal Society of Chemistry, I couldn't get a link.

  • razzz razzz

    Flax is heaviest when nearing the target. Media just going apeshit crazy about Trump. Las Vegas is even keeps odds on impeachment. It is all desperate misdirection to avoid the obvious damaging news events of the day.

    'FBI: Lisa Page Dimes Out Top FBI Officials During Classified House Testimony; Bureau Bosses Covered Up Evidence China Hacked Hillary’s Top Secret Emails'

    "…Alarming new details on allegations of a bureau-wide cover up. Or should we say another bureau-wide cover up.

    The embattled Page tossed James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Bill Priestap among others under the Congressional bus, alleging the upper echelon of the FBI concealed intelligence confirming Chinese state-backed ‘assets’ had illegally acquired former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 30,000+ “missing” emails, federal sources said.

    The Russians didn’t do it. The Chinese did, according to well-placed FBI sources…"

    Hiding hillary emails is actually a separate event which is within Mueller's scope of investigation since he is persecuting tax evasion from years ago but shows no interest in real crimes.

    Protecting the O'bummer administration is a full time job even after the fact. Seems a infiltration, with Peter Strzok, Valerie Jarrett, John Brennan (convert), etc., being muslims.

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    say what?
    "Seems a infiltration, with Peter Strzok, Valerie Jarrett, John Brennan (convert), etc., being muslims."

  • razzz razzz

    'China Venture Capital Raising now Exceed the USA'

    "…Once again, we do not see an instrument which is immune to the business cycle. It does not matter if we are dealing with coins, paper money, or electronic entries. Everything will still be subject to the business cycle. There will NEVER be any such exception. Moving forward, the only way to isolate contagions to some degree will be to create a basket of currencies as the international unit of account. It will still rise and fall in value. It cannot be permanently fixed.

    Therefore, while our computer forecasts that China will emerge as the Financial Capital of the World after 2032, those who hate the dollar and keep calling for its demise fail to understand that the more critical element that will make the China yuan a major global currency is when the “confidence” level rises among big capital and they feel “comfortable” parking their money in Chinese bonds, assets, etc. China is moving in that direction slowly. They will eventually allow their currency to be freely traded and currency controls will vanish. As that dawns, then we will see the yuan rise in global respect. They are moving to achieve that position. It just takes time…"


    America's Secret Nuclear Test Revealed in Area 51 by Annie Jacobsen

    Area 51, investigative journalist Annie Jacobsen reveals for the first time secret nuclear tests and a nuclear space rocket meltdown. Plus, she explains how she uncovered the real story.

    Plutonium, Darwin, & the Earthworms..this is genius

    Thanks Annie


    "The Power"

    President Donald Trump has said that he wants to expand the United States’ nuclear arsenal, breaking with decades of bipartisan policies aimed at reducing the global nuclear threat.

    He has also spoken fatalistically, if semi-coherently, about nuclear weapons. “For me, nuclear is just the power, the devastation is very important to me,” he said during a Republican debate in 2016.

    Shortly after Trump took office, the keepers of the Doomsday Clock set it at two minutes to midnight—right where it was put in 1952 after the development of the hydrogen bomb.



    In situ leach mining (ISL) is a method of Uranium mining where hundreds of wells are drilled in a “grid pattern” over an ore body that is located in a GROUNDWATER AQUIFER.


    In 2016, 48% of world uranium mined was from ISL.

    The mining solution is injected into the aquifer under pressure in order to leach the uranium out of the ground. The leach solution strips the uranium out of the aquifer. Along with radioactive uranium, arsenic, selenium, radium and lead are also extracted.

    U3O8 is the new gold.

    Triuranium octoxide [U3O8]..code for upgraded Uranium. Fancy yellow cake.

    Triuranium octoxide is a compound of uranium. It is present as an olive green to black, odorless solid. It is one of the more popular forms of yellowcake and is shipped between mills and refineries in this form.

    Honeymoon insitu leach (ISL) uranium project
    15th September 2006


    The NRC States no law prevented ISL in 1970s -1980s.

    The following will prove that it never really ended, if anything, they hid it.

    Leaks, spills, and other problems at In Situ Uranium Mines across the country

    Texas- An inspection in 1980 found gamma radiation levels were so high they "pegged the meter" due to problems containing uranium dust in the plant loading area..

    …fires at the sites

    …uranium levels were "over 70 times" the maximum contaminate threshold in groundwater


    NRC In-Situ Leaching Decommissioning Projects – USA
    (last updated 27 Mar 2018)

    How in the hell does one "decommission" a mine site?

    And WHY would there be a need to?

    Arsenic, Radium 226/228, Uranium, Selenium

    10 years..NRC once again denied the approval of groundwater restoration for these Mine Units

    128 times the drinking water standard

    NRC identifies irregularities with groundwater restoration at Mine Unit B of Cameco's Highland in situ leach uranium mine; Cameco pursues request for relaxed standards

  • Jebus Jebus

    Obama, Hillary and jilted cheaters. Springer!

    I can hear Trump screaming, "Mueller!"

    Lawyers chase the money to stick the law. Guaranteed pay.

    It looks like it's about the money. Always was, always will be.

    I'm Bill Browder. Here's the Biggest Mistake Putin Made When Trying to Get Access to Me Through Trump

    There are 12 indictments.

    There are five immunity witnesses.

    It's all about the money because a lawyer followed the trail.

    All the laws are about the money…

  • No, I am not making this stuff up.

    Clark County Wisconsin Reports

    He is survived by his six sons and five daughters, Dr. Richard (Jimmie) Strzok of Arizona, Michael (Beverly) Strzok of Indiana, Peter (Virginia Sue) Strzok of Wisconsin, Christine (Rocky) Todd of Wisconsin,

    Fr. James Strzok, SJ, of Kenya, Africa,

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    stock could you summarize what it means to you? thanks

    Im getting a 'evil treasonous muslim vs good christian conservative' innuendo but its not entirely clear

  • Jebus Jebus

    Here is something to ponder while considering that Fukushima is more than the radionuclide release into the environment, that Chernobyl provided, and still going…

    "30 years after the Chernobyl accident activity concentrations of radionuclides in Baltic marine mammals are still elevated."

    "Cs-137 biomagnifies in the Baltic Sea, seals have 3.5-9 times the activity concentrations in their main prey, herring."

  • Jebus Jebus

    Nuclear bombs are temporary.

    Nuclear waste is forever…


    Bentley under oath: Nuke plant developer contributed to dark money group
    will he do jail time…
    also another love bird story

  • “Russian Trolls Use Fox News's Sean Hannity to Undermine Mueller's Trump Probe, Report Says


    “..That day, Hannity's website was among the top 10 shared by the network of Russian trolls monitored by Hamilton 68. …”

  • unincredulous unincredulous

    Deadly yeast

    "C. auris was first identified in Japan in 2009."

    54 NUCLEAR PLANTS were operating in JAPAN in 2009. DNA mangling tritium monsters

  • Jebus Jebus

    Cali just ruled on the gerry mandering attempt at a three way split of the state to not be on the ballot…

    Court blocks measure asking voters to split California in 3


    Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding

    An expansive game it is…

  • Trump’s Road to American Martial Law

    “ Trump’s talk of ‘some form of punishment’ for women having an abortion…

    “he is either Russia’s ‘conscious tool’ or ‘useful idiot’…”

  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    Trump's SCOTUS nominee: 'I'd put the final nail in' Congress's power to investigate the president

    He was asked what case he would overturn if he could, and at first played it cagey, because of course he knew he was on a number of short lists for the Supreme Court should a Republican win the White House. If you're on that list, you don't say controversial stuff out loud. But he just couldn't resist on this one.

    "Actually, I'm going to say one. Morrison v. Olson. It's been effectively overruled, but I would put the final nail in," according to a video of the event

    What's Morrison v. Olson? It was a Supreme Court decision that upheld the constitutionality of provisions creating an independent counsel under the 1978 Ethics in Government Act. The independent counsel law expired in 1999 and was replaced by the somewhat weaker Justice Department's special counsel regulation. That's what Robert Mueller is now operating under. But Kavanaugh wants to put the "final nail" in it, ending any possibility of Congress's power to investigate the president. Which is kind of interesting, since Kavanaugh was on Ken Starr's team that hounded then-President Bill Clinton with a broad array of conspiracy theories. Since then, Kavanaugh has changed his tune, because now he believes a president should be beyond Congress's reach.


  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    Best not rush to fix it , its good for the dumbing down agenda..

    Nearly Two Thirds of American Schools Have No Idea If There Is Lead in Their Water
    In children, exposure can cause a host of long term physical and psychological problems.

    Most American schools either haven’t tested their water for lead in the last year or don’t know whether they have. Of the schools that have performed the test, more than a third have report elevated levels. Those are the main findings of a report, based on a survey conducted in 2017, published by the Government Accountability Office on Wednesday.

    The 2014 water crisis in Flint, Michigan, which exposed as many as 12,000 children to dangerous levels of lead, renewed a national conversation on the dangers of the pervasive problem of lead in the water supply. In children, lead exposure can cause a host of long term physical and psychological problems, including learning disabilities, neurological effects, kidney disease, and aggressive behavior.

    “No child should be put at risk for toxic lead exposure simply by drinking water at school,” wrote the House and Senate Democrats, who had requested the report, in a joint statement after its release. “This report should serve as a wake-up call to the Trump Administration that it must take immediate action to address lead in drinking water.”

  • The Capitalism/Racism Partnership

    Revulsion is building towards the smokescreens of hypocrisy, racism, and nationalism barely masking capitalism’s ongoing failure to provide the jobs and incomes people need
    Richard Wolff

    Racism is just the color of someone's skin, just in case any of you had forgotten or choose to deny it.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      Racism is just the color of someone's skin, just in case any of you had forgotten or choose to deny it.

      ok, Ill bite. Racism is deeply ingrained cultural differences associated with different geographical areas and the skin color, or simple tribal name (for example jewish) of the region. Also, probably to a lesser degree, its the actual genetic differences. This is similar to differences in dog breeds.

      For example, the Himalayan Shirpas have a unique gene inherited from the Denesovian-man that allows them to create more haemoglobin in low oxygen conditions. Other races dont have it. Indeed Certain racial groups in East Asia/Indonesia owe upto 4-6% of their DNA to the Denisovan. See blond hair on dark skin

      Europeans with certain genes that give them red and blonde hair need more anaesthetic (upto 2x or more) because genetically they are less susceptible to anaesthetics.

      asperger's may have come from neanderthal ancestory which blacks dont have

      Prevalence of high intelligence as well as schizophrenia/mental illness in certain ethnic groups- such as Ashkenazi Jews

      People with the so-called "warrior gene" exhibit higher levels of behavioral aggression in response to provocation, according to new research

      and black isnt black; the average ethnicity estimate for African Americans is 73.2% African, 24.0% European,…

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        White honky cant jump

        Whites Genetically Weaker Than Blacks, Study Finds

        I could go on but the facts reveal a truth;
        Racism is real

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          lest you think racism is limited to humans, chimps and bonobos share approximately 95 to 99 percent of our DNA. gorillas are 98 percent. Gorillas are more peaceful than chimpanzees and chimps are less capitalist and violent than human apes.

          DNA difference studies disagree. Some say 99% the same, others 96%

          But what is the 'superior' part of the brain? If you look at the biology, and sociological philosophy, it becomes apparent that man has been 'racist' against the other animals. Other animals brains are not inferior, just different. Some even have remarkably larger brains. Yet anthropocentric superiority egomania pervades our species. In fact it may be a signature characteristic

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            Denisovian? Neanderthal? You may or may not have DNA from those animals. Yep, might as well admit it; people are remarkably similar (as we are to other apes), yet we are genetically and very importantly, culturally different. No use in denying it!

        • Europeans with certain genes that give them red and blonde hair need more anaesthetic (upto 2x or more) because genetically they are less susceptible to anaesthetics.

          asperger's may have come from neanderthal ancestory which blacks dont have

          and black isnt black; the average ethnicity estimate for African Americans is 73.2% African, 24.0% European,…

          I once had red hair, now white…there are general indications I am autistic, though the diagnosis has not been confirmed…I am not "white"…what I meant to say is racism "isn't" just…my bad, I am very tired and I just started taking gabapentin so everything is tilting and swimming around me, having a hard time spelling/typing/seeing/walking blah blah blah…I'll quit so I don't make an ass out of myself any further…maybe I'll come back when hell freezes over…

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            Gabapentin (sold under the brand name Neurontin, among others) is a medication which is used to treat partial seizures, neuropathic pain, hot flashes, and restless legs syndrome.

            Common side effects of Neurontin include:

            memory loss,
            lack of coordination,
            difficulty speaking,
            viral infections,
            double vision,
            unusual eye movements, and
            jerky movements.
            Other side effects of Neurontin include mood or behavior changes, depression, or anxiety.

          • PlowboyGrownUp

            A ree-hair woman gave birth to her 7th child; on the way home from the hospital they stopped at the gym so she could work out.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      "Revulsion is building towards the smokescreens of hypocrisy, racism, and nationalism barely masking capitalism’s ongoing failure to provide the jobs and incomes people need"

      So…this is a mistaken meme right away. The industrial revolution has eliminated jobs. Jobs that we dont want. The relevant quote is this;

      "What matters basically is this: social change requires serious, organized opposition to the status quo."

      The status quo is a capitalist, elite and small group that is insulated from the reality of nature and civilization at large. Thus some form of anarchy is required to end their monopoly of wealth and power. The problem is so intricately embedded in the system of civilization, that only a major ideological, functional change will bring us to a sustainable future

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "On average, chemotherapy fails more than 97 percent of the cancer victims who’ve been prescribed this mainstream “medicine.” Wait, what?"

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "Seventy-five percent of physicians and oncologists REFUSE chemotherapy for themselves and their loved ones, knowing the ensuing misery and failure rate"

  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    Israel lobby seeks to erase occupation from Virginia schoolbooks

    Human rights activists in Virginia are fighting to protect the quality and accuracy of schoolbooks as Israel advocacy organizations seek substantial changes to the texts.

    The suggested changes would distort the way Israeli history is depicted, deliberately whitewashing its military occupation and ongoing policies of land theft, apartheid and expulsion of Palestinians.

    These changes have been proposed to the Virginia Department of Education by the California-based Institute for Curriculum Services – a “strategic initiative” of the Jewish Community Relations Council, an organization with an active Israel lobby.

    ICS director Aliza Craimer Elias recently boasted in a video interview that her firm works “behind the scenes” with textbook publishers to edit entries about Jews, Judaism and Israel and to train classroom educators with ICS curricula.

    Elias said that many of the major textbook publishers “often come to us to work with them on manuscripts and development,” adding that about 85 percent of their proposed edits end up getting accepted.

    While some of their suggested edits address issues of Holocaust denial and offensive stereotypes of Jews and Judaism in biblical references, others address the way Israel’s establishment has been explained, as well as Israel’s current policies of discrimination, occupation and land theft.


  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    IEA warns of 'worrying trend' as global investment in renewables falls

    Fossil fuels increased share of energy supply investment last year – the first time since 2014

    The world’s energy watchdog has sounded the alarm over a “worrying” pause in the shift to clean energy after global investment in renewables fell 7% to $318bn (£240bn) last year.

    The International Energy Agency said the decline is set to continue into 2018, threatening energy security, climate change and air pollution goals.

    Fossil fuels increased their share of energy supply investment for the first time since 2014, to $790bn, and will play a significant role for years on current trends, the IEA said.

    Investment in coal power dropped sharply but was offset by an uptick in oil and gas spending, the World Energy Investment report found.

  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    Asthma deaths rise 25% amid growing air pollution crisis

    Doctors urge ministers to act as 1,320 killed by asthma in England and Wales last year

    A record number of people are dying of asthma, and experts have warned growing air pollution and a lack of basic care could be to blame.

    In England and Wales 1,320 people died of asthma last year, a sharp rise of more than 25% over a decade, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.

    The findings come amid growing concern about the air pollution crisis in the UK and mounting evidence of its impact on people’s health – particularly children and the elderly.

    Earlier this month a medical expert said the hospital admissions of a nine-year-old girl who died during an asthma attack showed a “striking association” with spikes in illegal levels of air pollution around her home in London.

    Last week an A&E doctor wrote in the Guardian about how her ward in London was overwhelmed by terrified children struggling to breathe because of dangerous levels of pollution. A separate report revealed that illegal levels of air pollution were driving up hospital admissions and GP visits.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      "Asthma deaths rise 25% amid growing air pollution crisis"
      Just talked with a friend in tears as his (female) friend of 22 years old died of an asthma attack.

      Im dying of slow asphyxiation. "Chemically sensitive" I guess

      I cant imagine living another five years at this level of toxic air that others think is normal

      • PlowboyGrownUp

        That Sahara sand is blowing over here, TX, and I seem to smell sand dust. But that's just too far away, isn't it?

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        5 more years of holiday shopping..get lots of credit cards…and then max them out!

        Every trinket made for Santa Clause creates air pollution.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          every trinket made for Santa causes pollution…yet the big problems are home heating and to some extent air conditioning as well as transportation. Other big players include the military, international shipping and agricultural practices. Santa and Christmas is essentially a non issue. Slave laborers everywhere are essentially too poor to be big consumers. Just look at the energy use sectors, which I have documented several times before…

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Of course it all is accumulative, but then, the U.S. is in the process of teaching the rest of the world to be capitalistic shoppers. 28% of the total retail sales of the U.S. happens during this holiday season..have any clue who makes all this junk? The rest of the world.. that's who.

            So 28% of all the retail sales/pollution in the world happens at this time frame for another created myth called Santa.

            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              All this pollution and then the pending death of Mother Earth is simply another capitalistic success story.

              The Romans were very clever..

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              christmas represents only one or two percent. The main thing is utilities and transportation. Theres an easy solution; south facing windows with thermal mass

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Then you better get those credit cards then and max them all out on presents.

                Are you thinking that manufacturing and all that infrastructure required to build and terraform all that you see and/or man's world foot print on Mother Earth..does not cause air pollution?

                Think in circles..all interconnected like a matrix.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  obe, the question is one of proportion. If christmas represents one percent of the pollution than its not a particularly strong representation of the problem and is not a place to start remedial action.

                  People had home, food, clothes, celebration, gifts and christmas before the industrial revolution. Now there is a feeling that the public is far better off than those old days. But this is not true. People are not THAT much better off and in some ways much worse off. The richness of quality, of handmade carefully crafted goods is gone. Sure we have the miracle of electronics and refined manufactured things like i-pads. But if you look at it as a percentage, a proportion of your labor, the public barely affords gifts. About 1 or 2% of their income. This reflects the polluting proportion also. People were slaves then and slaves now, with maximum wealth extracted from them. Without the extraordinary efficiency of automation, everyone would look like medieval paupers.

                  The main polluters come from the stuff we have always historically struggled with; keeping warm, going distances, growing food.

                  So if you solve even a small fraction of the heating problem, you have conquered many times the christmas problem.


                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    Go back in time and take a very slow walk forward…people were killed and tortured and burned to get here. How is Mother Earth doing?

                    It all has to start some where…and then it grows like a mustard seed.

                    Chuckles! Won't be long now..get those credit cards.

          • GOM GOM


            Molokule Air Purifier

            Molekule — The World's First Molecular Air Purifier – YouTube




            Sold out.."Due to unprecedented demand"
            Have waiting list sign up. Can make payments @ $67 a month. Retail $800.

            Looks like we're not the only ones suffocating.

            • AirSepTech AirSepTech

              GOM–I'm not giving you 'personally' a hard time.

              EPA and DOD funded?

              UoF.., not the same ones who built the bridge?

              Ok enough fun.

              $800 for a HEPA filter and BugLight/zapper combo. 1 room.
              They have the subscription plan 🙂 after the free year you will spend $150/yr for filters, you will need a new bulb $25-$50??… on this thing maybe $100
              It will still light, but UV diminishes over time.
              1-2 yrs my guess. From those who say they know? ok

              1 room…one. At a time. 1.

              My first suggestion, for those with central HVAC.
              If you like this idea, UV sterilization + HEPA.

              You can do this with your present HVAC. Whole House.

              Just a quicky primer, about a million choices. Anyone wants more, Im glad to help.


              Honeywell is big in this, for those who like DOD/contractors

              They will sell a shitload of those smart-app suckers to a lot of smart app user-suckers. hahaha

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                AirSep. Lay it on. Ideas on UV lights? Mercury vapor is an environmental hazard. What to do with the damn bulb? Dont break it!

                Maybe high voltage corona? A high voltage transformer, wire mesh and secondary grounded mesh?

                You had mentioned these single use vials of diagnostic reactant…forget the name. They come in bulk. Never did find a 'variety pack'

                Not knowing the cause of my demise is agonizing

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  Ive been girding my loins, with the intent of making it to my feet, devising a powerful close plate ozonation chamber followed by carbon and green tea filtration. Running out of steam. must….keep….going….

                • AirSepTech AirSepTech

                  Draeger tubes.

                  Damn city engineers/firemarshall/ along that line should be able to at least 'direct' you to ??
                  AQMD? (air quality)
                  U of Az?
                  A medical gas/welding supply/safety gear outlet

                  Yes Hg is a problem one has to resolve personally.
                  Do you have a central HVAC setup?

                  You are onto some good ideas, some insight here, it is good info. And you can see 'why' I think that epa/dod 'thing' offered is bs. Retention?


                  How much area?
                  How handy can you get?

                  A swampcooler style blower/4inch HEPA/carbon trap
                  can be done pretty cheap, huge volume comparatively. I like flow. big flow. Slows the speed down. Exchange the air in an 'average' home 10-15 times an hour. it will clean up. Whole house

                  Add UV or make an O3 grid like you said, if you like.
                  There is a lot that can be done,,,a lot.

  • Ambiorix Ambiorix

    We all go like American Americans..Palestinans..North Koreans..
    A 90 million gallon nuclear tragedy

    The uranium tailings spill at Church Rock, NM was the largest single release of radioactive contamination in US history

    Just 14 weeks after the Three Mile Island reactor accident, and 34 years to the day after the Trinity atomic test, the small community of Church Rock, New Mexico became the scene of another nuclear tragedy.

    Ninety million gallons of liquid radioactive waste, and eleven hundred tons of solid mill wastes, burst through a broken dam wall at the Church Rock uranium mill facility, creating a flood of deadly effluents that permanently contaminated the Puerco River.

    Why is the Church Rock spill – that washed into gullies, contaminated fields and the animals that grazed there, and made drinking water deadly – so anonymous in the annals of our nuclear history? Perhaps the answer lies in where it took place and who it affected.

    Church Rock was a small farming community of Native Americans, mainly Navajo, eking out a subsistence living off the arid Southwestern land. Nearby, several hundred million gallons of liquid uranium mill tailings were sitting in a pond waiting for evaporation to leave behind solid tailings for storage. On the morning of July 16, 1979, part of the dam wall collapsed, releasing a roaring flood of radioactive water and sludge.

    • Ambiorix Ambiorix

      Really interesting evolutionary path we are forced a mental and physical parasite

      In the end , when this coörporate and otherwise fascist elite mob is finished deregulating and declaring the forseeable endresult as nonexistent, fake news supposedly not worth the bleeb on your radar etc whatever while their eyelids schrivel up in the heat with the stench of rotten human flesh everywhere globally as a foretaste about where they will be rewarded.., the constitution will just be a

      declaration of "not to infringe upon rights of the polluter"..period


      "the environment will be fine , we can keep just a litle , But Ya Can't Stop Bussiness!! /firm dumb stare at reporter!!"

  • Jebus Jebus

    EPA’s ‘secret science’ rule faces outpouring of opposition during emotionally-charged hearing

  • Why It Matters That Trump Denies Russian Interference

    “the ‘warning lights are blinking red again’ regarding Russian cyberactivity, invoking pre-9/11 levels of concern,,,

    “’The troll farm is not only still up and running, it expanded.’…

    “they’re sitting on the electric grid, that they have an active military doctrine that permits them if necessary to launch attacks on the critical infrastructure of their adversaries….”

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      wait…I thought Trump admitted Russia hacked the U.S.
      What about the word hypocricy dont we understand? Who launches more cyber attacks? China, Russia, the U.S. or Singapore?

      "Singapore has overtaken nations including the US, Russia and China as the country launching the most cyber attacks globally, according to Israeli data security firm Check Point Software."

      frankly, its hard to trust Israeli data security firms…

      But if Singapore is launching them, it could be because the U.S. or other countries hired them to do it.

      but anyway, the Israeli company tracks an average of eight to 10 million live cyber attacks daily. Is the Russian cyber attack big news compare to 10 million cyber attacks?

      Like stuxnet, the U.S. has cyber attack virus's in all the major countries infrastructure….and they have it in ours. I was just talking to a government emplyee who is tracking it…via highly precise time measurements…

      If you want to feel mania, feel it for the world at large, not just Russia or the Muslims….include the U.S. who uses the most tax money to impose its power trip on other countries and its own population. Get real

  • Jebus Jebus

    Interview: Sean Hannity Interviews Donald Trump in Helsinki – July 16, 2018

  • Jebus Jebus

    I clicked on a you tube video tonight about the "it's time" white house protests and an NK grey and ominous looking propaganda ad flashed up first saying "it's time" to take the officialy sponsored fake news poll…

    I laughed, watched the video, and laughed again…

  • razzz razzz

    'Apple iCloud data in China now stored by state-owned company'

    "…Previously, in order to keep doing business in China, Apple had to store it’s iCloud data for Chinese users on servers within the country. Apple made the move and signed a deal with Guizhou-Cloud Big Data in February in order to comply with Chinese law that made such a decision a requirement. That month, Apple issued a statement:

    "China recently enacted laws requiring that cloud services offered to their citizens be operated by Chinese companies and that Chinese customers' data be stored in the country. While we advocated against iCloud being subject to these laws, we were ultimately unsuccessful. Our choice was to offer iCloud under the new laws or discontinue offering the service. We elected to continue offering iCloud as we felt that discontinuing the service would result in a bad user experience and less data security and privacy for our Chinese customers."

    Furthermore, Apple tried to calm fears by pointing out that while the data is stored with a China-based company, the company still controlled the encryption keys to each account. They reiterated that no special deal was made…"

  • razzz razzz

    You would think a guy with all the money he would ever need and a programmer to boot would have a decent spell checker.

    'Is This the World’s Largest Robot?'

    "…The high cost of socialism is driving the field of robotics. The higher the costs of pensions and their lack of feasibility when central banks play with interest rates pretending to be managing the economy has driven the technology into the hands of automation. Governments are in a state of denial and they will continue to raise taxes to try to cover their costs. They fail to look at this crisis straight in the eyes. There is no hope of maintaining socialism and more than there was communism."

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      for my taste this is just bullshit

      "…The high cost of socialism is driving the field of robotics. The higher the costs of pensions and their lack of feasibility when central banks play with interest rates pretending to be managing the economy has driven the technology into the hands of automation."

      Armstrong looks like a shyster , talks like a shyster, was jailed for being a shyster (not that that means much) and so therefor I conclude hes a shyster. Armstrong is working you

  • razzz razzz

    Armstrong constantly reviews the basics.

    There is no free lunch when redistributing the wealth. Eventually someone has to pay for socialist agendas be it Social Security, medicare, unemployment insurance, school lunches, grants, incentives aka subsidies, whatever, they are all underfunded which leads to debt. That includes government and its employees which produce nothing but we pay for it.

    Other than that and economic outlooks, Armstrong is a great alternative news source.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Someone is working in a framework that was created by others..the slave masters. Is armstrong always going to agree with slave masters? With robotics no one needs to is simple.. tax the robot and then give that tax money to the humans… if you need a stupid monetary system to cling too.

      9 people own more than 3.5 billion humans..something stinks! Pure bullshit..says he.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      The people pay for everything, including the lives of the stock traders, money lenders and government officials. The cash is redistributed from the masses to the rich. You frame it the other way which is not correct.

      The debt carries a huge usury payment. The lenders of course love this and would not have it any other way. You make money the same way essentially. Would you cry about ridding the country of return on investments of capital?

      Armstrong has one objective; extracting wealth through stock 'investment'. Can he lend money to himself and then reap great wealth by returning it to himself with interest? Of course not…the wealth must come from others who end up with less. This makes Armstrongs entire modus operandi one of virtual leaching. I know there is a great normalcy bias. Enough to close peoples minds to obvious truth. I wouldnt trust Armstrongs version of his history and importance anymore than a used car salesman.

      "There is no free lunch when redistributing the wealth. Eventually someone has to pay for socialist agendas be it Social Security, medicare, unemployment insurance, school lunches, grants, incentives aka subsidies, whatever, they are all underfunded which leads to debt. That includes government and its employees which produce nothing but we pay for it."

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        " Eventually someone has to pay for socialist agendas be it Social Security, medicare, unemployment insurance"

        uh…the people pay heavily for these things every pay check. You call it socialism to have people put money away for old age and illness into that system? The problem with it is the skimmers. Everyone wants a piece of that big box of golden treasure.

  • Confronted With Evidence of Russian Hacking, Trump Reverts to Conspiracy
    July 16, 2018

    “Last week, the American public saw for the first time detailed, specific evidence that President Vladimir V. Putin’s military commanders in Russia were engaged in a day-to-day, highly sophisticated effort to manipulate the 2016 election.

    “But on Monday, standing next to Mr. Putin, President Trump not only avoided all mention of the Justice Department’s indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers, but he questioned the very conclusion that Russia was behind the hacking.
    “Instead, Mr. Trump raised a series of largely irrelevant conspiracy theories — none of which were directly related to the evidence of Russian hacking activity….”

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