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More STEM nonsense but in reverse
By Rin in misc   posted 3 minutes ago:
http://tablet.washingtonpost.c Excerpt: “Innovation is not simply a technical matter but rather one of understanding how people and societies work, what they need and want. America will not dominate the 21st century by making cheaper computer...

American women rate 80% of men on dating site as below average
By iwog in misc   16 comments, latest 4 minutes ago:
YesYNot says That was pretty interesting, and brings up lots of good questions, but no real answers. The men pretty much only go for hot girls, signifying the many guys are going for girls way...

Support for nuclear energy slowly ebbs in U.S.
By tvgnus in misc   posted 39 minutes ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Support peaked five years ago •  The country remains divided on which energy sources the U.S. should emphasize A slim majority of Americans (51 percent) now favor the use of nuclear energy for electricity...

How baseball trades are like water transfers
By tvgnus in misc   posted 40 minutes ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine California's snowpack has batted 0 and 4 the past four winters. Boston plowed more snow than Truckee. The rains havent come and reservoir levels are woefully low with little relief in the bullpen. March...

The Most Important Talk on Drug Use You Will EVER Hear
By Dan8267 in misc   66 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
bob2356 says Call it Crazy says bob2356 says That's great, you've gotten the 3 period thing down just like CIC. What's up with such a concern with punctuation with you knuckleheads? Are you frustrated second...

Austrians believe the government wasn't necessary to end slavery
By iwog in misc   27 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
indigenous says iwog says you're just too bored to actually prove you're not a liar by pointing to the answers. To what?

Indiana Governor Mike Pence is a Far Out Dude!
By HEY YOU in misc   posted 7 hours ago:
http://www.addictinginfo.org/2 Bill Levin is the founder of the First Church of Cannabis and he filed paperwork with the Indiana Secretary of State to open the church before the ink from Pence’s signature was even dry...

A woman who gives consent can still be a rape victim
By iwog in misc   17 comments, latest 7 hours ago:
thunderlips11 says iwog says In her own babble: "Consent is not enough unless we consent to consenting, and all too often we consent unwillingly." http://dwfdatingwhilefeminist. I post this to illustrate the real danger that the...

Pence backs Sharia law
By Blurtman in misc   32 comments, latest 7 hours ago:
Blurtman says CaptainShuddup says How is that any different than religious people feeling like there's some sinister Gay Liberal agenda where Gayness is being shoved down their throats No one is forcing the bridal shop...

Tax breaks that mainly help the rich
By tovarichpeter in misc   6 comments, latest 8 hours ago:
jazz music says Our government is effectively a nanny state to the wealthy. The wealthy deny and misdirect setting up the same erroneously framed arguments among us all while the higher paid among us have...

Germanwings 9525
By curious2 in misc   4 comments, latest 8 hours ago:
curious2 says Co-pilot ‘planned to marry pregnant girlfriend’, claims German report I wonder if he bought insurance and named the girlfriend and child as beneficiaries, and, if so, will they collect?

Indiana's "Religious Freedom" law legalizes marijuana
By Blurtman in misc   posted 10 hours ago:
Whoops: Indiana’s anti-gay ‘Religious Freedom’ act opens the door for the First Church of Cannabis In a classic case of “unintended consequences,” the recently signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in Indiana may have opened...

Solar City launches microgrids
By tovarichpeter in misc   1 comment, latest 11 hours ago:
Bellingham Bill says Slowly, the 21st century we're going to live in is coming into view. "Daddy, what's PG&E?"

Silicon valley jury fails to beleive feminazi's sob story
By lostand confused in misc   76 comments, latest 13 hours ago:
Rin says justme says 1) I want a woman who is smart (not one that challenges what is obviously correct) I think my blurp on the Canadian model is actually what an intelligent person is,...

Housing: Are we reaching a tipping point?
By tovarichpeter in misc   posted 13 hours ago:
http://www.theguardian.com/com The phrasing is diplomatic. The flyers are defined as having made minimal sacrifices to buy a home, having received substantial financial and emotional support from family; triers, meanwhile, struggled for longer to buy a...

Airframe parachute might have saved plane passengers
By tovarichpeter in misc   posted 14 hours ago:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/br I'm a science journalist and author of "Distant Wanderers: the Search for Planets Beyond the Solar System" who writes about over-the-horizon technology, primarily astronomy and space science. Im a former Hong Kong bureau chief...

Taxes on rich brings in $23 billion more
By tovarichpeter in misc   6 comments, latest 15 hours ago:
Bellingham Bill says "There are so few wealthy, that raising taxes won't help the budget"

Automation can be a force for good
By tovarichpeter in misc   2 comments, latest 17 hours ago:
Rin says Plus, in the excerpt: "an oncologist freed from the tedium of analysing images of tissues could be more effective in achieving the goal of curing cancer." What total and complete garbage. An oncologist...

Another "financial product" that does absolutely nothing
By tovarichpeter in misc   1 comment, latest 19 hours ago:
HydroCabron says There's a sucker born every minute. Massive consulting firms offering nothing businesses can't do for themselves; $5000 bottles of perfume identical to $5 bottles; hedge funds (which prove, definitively, that the average rich...

Mansa
By Patrick in companies   3 comments, latest 20 hours ago:
lostand confused says Patrick says what's ServiceNow? Well, they claim to be a lot more and sure they are, but more or less a help desk platform/system . It helps logging tickets, assigning, tracking, can...

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