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  • [2] March 6, 2015 at 4:00am

    If you’re wondering why the graphs appear to correlate well at the beginning, it’s because those are effectively “hindcasts” as opposed to “forecasts”. The modellers already knew what the actual data was when they developed their models.

    At the point that their models started forecasting, the lines between forecast and observation immediately diverge…

  • [15] March 6, 2015 at 3:45am

    You’re quite right, Chad. The whole thing is a sham. A fraud. A grotesque lie.

    I can answer the question that the EPA chief found so impossible. Two graphs:

    So why the lies? Mr Sessions touched on the reason briefly. It boils down to money – lots of it.

    Billions of dollars in exchange for a few lies…

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  • [28] March 4, 2015 at 3:53am

    I agree, Nosam.

    This is a bad guy whose life is wasted. The cops were after him for a myriad of things, including burglary, safe-cracking, abduction, assault, domestic violence, criminal endangering, and bench warrants. And the guy is only 21!

    And now that he’s caught, he’s crying. It’s hard to imagine a more worthless loser…

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  • [13] March 3, 2015 at 2:37am

    I got the AR-15, with which I agree. It would be interesting to study the algorithm.

    I like firing handguns, Oliver, it’s fun but my preference is always for the long gun. I don’t win friends by saying this, but I follow the philosophy of those poor unfortunates that were beleaguered by the Nazis in the rubble of the Warsaw Uprising.

    That’s to say; the only worth of a pistol is in using it to fight your way to a rifle…

  • [1] March 3, 2015 at 2:12am

    That doesn’t make any sense…

  • [30] March 2, 2015 at 8:38pm

    Also from my detector:

    “It has turned out that in fact, during this period we’ve seen Iran not advance its program. In many ways, it’s rolled back elements of its program.”

    This explains Iran’s newly discovered enrichment plant and their ICBM development program quite nicely, doesn’t it.

    That’s just from first glance at the story, time to start digging…

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  • [44] March 2, 2015 at 8:34pm

    As I said before, Gotz, get those crap detectors warmed up. The rebuttal and spin has started and it will continue apace and with vigour.

    First item from my detector:

    The Koran permits Muslims to make a “truce” with the enemy if they are not strong enough to prevail. This allows them to retrench and build up strength, after which the “truce” can be repudiated.

    There is a maximum time limit on such convenient “truces” specified in the Koran. Do you know what that time limit is?

    Ten years.

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  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 8:21pm

    The problem is that the pharmaceutical companies and their lobbyists are hiding uncomfortable facts, rx4nv, aided by a large number of fellow-travellers.

    For example, Jeffrey Kruger, editor-at-large for Time, has urged Facebook to shut down “anti-vaxers”. Well, that’s odd… Isn’t attempting to clamp down on free speech the reaction usually associated with people who are losing the debate, or have something to hide?

    Mr Kruger, a forceful proponent for vaccination, is not a doctor – he’s… well, what is he exactly in relation to this debate… I’m sure there’s a word for it…

    Consider the money that pharmaceutical companies will make if it becomes law that everyone in America – indeed the world – must receive vaccinations. And not just a few, the number, in some cases, is heading towards 100. This is what pharmaceutical lobbyists are vigourously pushing for.

    Now, who pays compensation for the steadily increasing serious injuries? The pharmaceutical companies don’t have to pay. All claims go to a special court, the records of which are sealed. The compensations that they do allow for proven cases come from the US taxpayer – so far about $2.6 billion, and rising.

    Don’t you smell a rat, rx4nv? Don’t you think that someone should at least make some enquiries? Don’t you worry about a preventable injury that might be inflicted on your children?

    “The only people who fear the truth are those with something to hide” – Barack Obama.

  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 7:37pm

    Do you remember Thalidomide, Use your brainz? This was promoted to pregnant women by pharmaceutical companies through doctors as a medicine that cured morning sickness. It was, they said, 100% safe, and so it was – for the women…

    I have only selected testimonials that feature qualified doctors. This is just a few from Youtube, where the doctors – doctors, mind you – are warning us against uniformed consent to vaccines for our children. The doctor’s presentations on this subject are legion. And that’s just Youtube. If one Googles for text on the subject, one notices that pro-vaccination items generally come up first, and then a flood of warnings by qualified people.

    Here is an excellent explanation by Dr. Stephanie Seneff about the adverse effects of vaccines, and particularly the vaccine/autism connection.

    Anybody who is willing to use their brains, Use your brainz, can do this research. And any reasonable person who does so must allow that there is at least a real case to answer.

    So, are you going to use your own brain, Use your brainz, or do you wish to keep using mine?

  • [2] March 2, 2015 at 7:04pm

    Here is an old interview with Dr. Maurice Hilleman, who used to develop vaccines for Merck – particularly for Polio. The interview was apparently censored. I’m uncomfortable with this as it smacks a little of a conspiracy theory.

    But add it to this presentation from Raymond Francis M.Sc

    I’m still wary of it, but there it is for what it’s worth…

  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 6:42pm

    I live in a different time zone to you, Use your brainz (I am, of course, addressing you by name, not issuing an instruction to you).

    This is an address by Dr Gary Null PhD to the NYS Assembly Hearing. It’s 23 minutes long and one needs to concentrate a bit as his delivery of facts becomes quite rapid in places. Watch it through as there is some important stuff in the latter half of his address.

    Sharyl Atkisson filed this report (8 mins) which features doctors and medical researchers. That the trouble to read the text as it comes up.

  • [41] March 2, 2015 at 10:35am

    I agree with your plea, Soulrat.

    I think that the reason the Obama adminstration has so vehemently opposed Mr Netanyahu’s address to Congress is because they know that they are about to be seriously embarrassed.

    I imagine that their rebuttal is already in place, and the spin ready to be spun.

    Get your crap detectors warmed up, folks…

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  • [49] March 2, 2015 at 10:23am

    You’re right, Retired, I’ve been digging into this recently.

    Consider these facts:

    - Currently about $2.6 billion has been paid out in compensation to those that have proven – proven, mind you – to have been severely harmed by vaccinations.

    - The American taxpayer is on the hook for this because the pharmaceutical companies are protected by Congress against being sued. Why would the pharmaceutical companies demand this protection if they didn’t think that there was a significant risk? And why would Congress go along with it?

    - The CDC has recently admitted that it withheld data from its own research which indicated that there was a risk of serious side effects.

    - Why have a number of medical specialists, including at least one involved with the development of these vaccines, admitted that they would not vaccinate their own children with these vaccines?

    - Why do they say that these vaccines are safe when the descriptive inserts included in the packaging warn of a number of potential health risks, including serious physical side effects, neurological disorders, and even death?

    I could go on at length but it’s 4:am here and I have to quit. I’ll come back tomorrow with links that will probably find very interesting…

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  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 2:51am

    The cynic in me suspects that you are probably right, Monk. On both points…

  • [4] March 1, 2015 at 2:41am

    True, Chuck, but nobody’s perfect. His business partner of many decades, Charlie Munger, is a Republican. Both, however, lean toward the centre.

    Much was made of Mr Buffet’s assertion that wealthy people should be taxed more, but the remainder of his statement is always omitted. That is; provided successive governments didn’t indulged in enormous wastage. It’s a fine point, and I don’t agree with it. I think that all tax should be abolished and replaced with a flat sales tax on everything except finance – meaning that sales tax shouldn’t be applied to mortgages, for example.

    This would mean that governments would be obliged to develop policies conducive to wealth creation if they wished to receive a greater income. One is only taxed when one spends, which would allow people to establish themselves financially through savings and investment without the government appling the fiscal vacuum cleaner to their wallets…

  • [6] February 28, 2015 at 4:11pm

    He will.

    We all have to go, but it’s sad never-the-less…

  • [10] February 28, 2015 at 3:51pm

    A lot of people here are giving Warren Buffet a kicking for one reason or another.

    I have studied what he and Charlie Munger have to say, and, as I’m not clever or educated enough to develop my own strategy, I simply copied theirs.

    And it works. It’s not flashy or prescient; in the end it boils down to patience and common sense. So why not at study it? It’s all over Youtube, and it’s free.

    One can start with nothing, as I did; think up ways to avoid spending money (saving even $10/week helps); get every dollar working; and stay the hell away from “get rich quick” type of things. Also, I have long agreed with Mr Buffet; why would you pay someone to make financial mistakes for you?

    One day you wake in the morning to find that things are going pretty well – and you almost didn’t notice…

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  • [5] February 28, 2015 at 12:23am

    Maori are New Zealanders – and wicked night fighters of long and storied reputation, ISIS should be aware. Maori (Maori is both singular and plural, if anyone cares) arrived here somewhere between 800 and 1000 years ago, and there have long been squabbles about who owns which land but that’s becoming resolved.

    It’s of note that our Prime Minister has publicly indicated a willingness to commit our nation to military action against ISIS as part of a presumed western coalition. We await developments.

    Oh, and yes, the Chinese buy-up of land in our country is making most of us nervous. It’s not huge yet, but they show an aquisitive determination that is unsettling. There are increasing calls to have it restricted or stopped. We are one of a few nations that allows foreigners to buy our land. Within reason, this could be a good thing but the Chinese have developed an unsavoury reputation for exploitation and corruption within other countries into which it has moved.

    I don’t trust the Chinese government.

  • [1] February 27, 2015 at 9:11pm

    Ah, yes. Good point…

  • [7] February 27, 2015 at 8:40pm

    Actually, they kill us first. Then gays.

    As a general rule, Jews and Christians are viewed by Muslims to be “people of the Book” and may well survive provided they pay Jizya – if subjugation can be called a decent way to live.

    So if they take over New Zealand, they’ll kill about half the population…

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