Yes darling, it makes no sense. To you. But really, what would?
Tags: anti-science, arrogance, Darwin, evolution, ignorance, religion, science
Tags: destabilization, Iraq, Islam, Jihad, Libya, middle east, neocon, Syria, terrorism, warmongers
Tags: bad science, conflicts of interest, corn, data, eu, fraud, GMO, illegitimate, manipulation, monsanto, published, science, study
According to Testbiotech, the study took place over the course of just three months, which isn’t nearly long enough to make a proper assessment about the safety of a synthetic organism. Additionally, the study failed to even try to discover a dose threshold at which MON810 might pose health problems, a basic data point that any legitimate study on the matter would have included.
Archives of Toxicology Editor-in-Chief co-authored BPA review with employee of BPA manufacturer
Another major issue is the journal in which the study was published, which has major conflicts of interest with the biotech industry.
Tags: clean, coal, energy, fracking, gas, green, pollution, price, renewable, revolution, solar, wind
The New York Times:
The cost of providing electricity from wind and solar power plants has plummeted over the last five years, so much so that in some markets renewable generation is now cheaper than coal or natural gas.
So let me add: fuck you nuclear, and your malignant, cancerous apologists. Fuck you gas fracking and the outright poisoning of our vital aquifers. Fuck you oil drillers, destroying the Gulf of Mexico as if it was yours to destroy. Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you.
Tags: "War on Terror", fraud, Global Terrorism Index, military industrial complex, report, strategy, terrorism
New terrorism study may have some repercussions. I don’t actually believe ideas change much because nobody in Big Terror Incorporated actually wants the “war on terror” to end. It is the biggest cash cow and power grab of the modern age. Trillions of dollars flow toward this scam that profits from having more terrorists running around, not fewer.
The SIX THINGS TO DO LESS OFTEN are:
- 1. THINKING SHORT TERM
- 2. REINFORCING POOR GOVERNANCE AND CORRUPTION
- 3. MISTAKING PARTNERS’ MOTIVES
- 4. USING AID IN THE SERVICE OF COUNTER-TERRORISM
- 5. USING FORCE
- 6. LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ABUSES
The SIX DIRECTIONS FOR CONSTRUCTIVE ALTERNATIVES are:
- 1. A DIFFERENT CONCEPTUAL FRAMING AND APPROACH
- 2. CHANGING INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL POLICIES THAT HAVE FUELLED GRIEVANCES
- 3. SEEKING TO NEGOTIATE PEACE AND BUILDING TOWARDS INCLUSIVE AND JUST POLITICAL SETTLEMENTS
- 4. USING LEGAL-JUDICIAL RESPONSES AND TARGETED SANCTIONS
- 5. SUPPORTING TRANSFORMATIVE GOVERNANCE EFFORTS
- 6. BRINGING A PEACEBUILDING PERSPECTIVE TO THE FORE IN PUBLIC DEBATE
How to stop terrorism?
Start by putting sanctions on SAUDI ARABIA, Qatar, Turkey et al. for creating and arming ISIS.
Oh, but they did so in conjunction with the US CIA!
So point fingers, make it an international scandal that the US created the Syrian terrorists to fight their proxy war against Assad and formerly aided an abetted the Libyan terrorists in their Jihad against Qadaffi.
Remove the respectability from these western sponsors of terrorism.
Tags: Black Swan, camera, Darren Aronofsky, film, filmmaking, main character, subjective
Originally posted on J. Giambrone:
I place enough stock in this technique and its devotion to the main character and her experiences that it influenced my writing of Transfixion, and what I foresee for the film adaptation. It needs to religiously stay with Kaylee like a pet drone following her around (note the cover). That’s the limited perspective…
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