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    Re: The Amazon rainforest is burning

    Not so, say scientists who have been monitoring the condition of the rain forest for many years. The rate of devastation is unprecedented:

    The Amazon Is Burning at a Record Rate, And The...
  2. Re: Canadian protest should be example to other countries

    Actually, there is no such thing as a "Canadian" health care service, since health care is 'balkanized' into a separate system for each province. The workers in each system urge its province to 'keep...
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    Re: 20 Dead in El Paso Walmart Shooting

    One should not assume that being able to write down a thought makes a person sane. Those who are mentally ill, for example schizophrenics (yeah, I know it's an outmoded label - now called "Disordered...
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    Re: 20 Dead in El Paso, TX (US) Walmart Shooting

    I have drawn attention to a portion of the El Paso killer's manifesto. It's not what I expected. The killer is not entirely focused on White Supremacy - his reasoning is more complex. In fact, much...
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    Re: 20 Dead in El Paso Walmart Shooting

    But ramus,it's not a shame, it's reality. Everything is political. Everything that happens within the realm of human experience is political. Politics is/are what humans do.

    I think you may mean...
  6. Re: Who's the oddball scientist I'm thinking of?

    John Hutchison collaborated with Dr. Judy Wood to supply background info for her fascinating and terrifying book "Where Did The Towers Go? - Evidence of Directed Free-Energy Technology on 9/11".
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  7. Re: Science is clear: climate change not causing extreme weather

    I always check out the bona fides of anyone making sweeping claims about our planet. I'd not heard of this guy before, so my first step was to have a look at his history, thus, the Wiki check. I have...
  8. Re: Science is clear: climate change not causing extreme weather

    Although Pielke sees no link between hurricane frequency and climate change, he does not deny that climate change exists, and that humans are contributing to it. He thinks that changing human...
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    Poll: Re: The 'Q' poll

    I'm sorry to disappoint you, Fellow Aspirant.

    As I Understand from various posts, your forté is English? One of mine is Marketing Research.

    When you convert the raw data from a poll, it's...
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    Re: Musings about Physics

    Thanks for starting this thread, silvanelf. It is a very rich area for investigation, and fits perfectly with the aims of this forum.

    Brian
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    Poll: Re: The 'Q' poll

    I think that this poll was quite interesting and useful w.r.t. surveying the membership's intentions and beliefs. The over "enthusiasm" of certain Trump supporters, I think, created an overblown...
  12. Re: Good News: Sweden considers outlawing runes and Viking symbols

    This just in:

    Lovers of Swedish history and runes in particular, can breathe a sigh of relief now that the Swedish government has completed its inquiry into the use of "runes" by nazi and white...
  13. Re: Good News: Sweden considers outlawing runes and Viking symbols

    Take a deep breath, everybody.

    You do realize, I hope, that this "news" item is hoax, right? Just another example of the Russian 'Fancy Bear' operatives trolling those in the west that they know...
  14. Re: Good News: Sweden considers outlawing runes and Viking symbols

    Yes, because we all know how the LGBT community is nothing but a bunch of "ban fetishists". They get so aroused whenever they successfully have something 'wonderful' banned. They won't be happy till...
  15. Re: Good News: Sweden considers outlawing runes and Viking symbols

    In reality, the Swedish definition of rape is not much different from our own (from Wikipedia)

    Rape in Sweden has a legal definition described in Chapter 6 in the Swedish Penal Code.[1]...
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    Yes, because we all know how the LGBT community is nothing but a bunch of "ban fetishists". They get so aroused whenever they successfully have something 'wonderful' banned. They won't be happy till...
  17. Re: Good News: Sweden considers outlawing runes and Viking symbols

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/05/swedish-government-is-looking-to-ban-historic-rune-letters-and-viking-imagery-as-hate-symbols-against-ethnic-groups/


    I think this article makes a good...
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    Re: Amazing Documentaries

    And, a little closer to home, (if you're Canadian) was the storied Camp X, also used to train infiltrators & saboteurs, "secret agents, security personnel, intelligence officers, or psychological...
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    Re: Failure to Thrive Toddler Solutions

    Hello Rebecca

    "Failure to thrive" is one of the key early symptoms of a rare disease called 'cystic fibrosis'. The other two are chronic cough and sticky, especially smelly feces.(see description...
  20. Re: No More Personal Exemption On U.S. Income Tax

    Yes, it is total insanity. It's just a tax/plunder operation. The really damning thing is the Federal Income Tax was never ratified by any of 48 contiguous states: a man named Bill Benson collected...
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