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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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#186097 Mar 5, 2014
nebka wrote:
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Yes i know about the Crimean War. But you have criticize military leaders from Korea War to the present since you think they made all mistakes what would you do? What actions would you take.
Welllllll, I would go to Ukraine and save an 18 y/o virgin before the Russians get her!!!

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#186098 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Well, here is one of your loony-lefty sites. Now, look at the graph and particularly 2007. Also note they they claim cosmic radiation levels have been going DOWN for the past 50 years!!!
http://www.skepticalscience.com/cosmic-rays-a ...
But here is another source which says the exact opposite. AND, OMG, there is that magic date of 2007 AGAIN!!!
Cosmic Rays Hit 50-Year High
by SPACE.com Staff | September 29, 2009
The cause of the surge is solar minimum, a deep lull in the sun's activity that began around 2007 and continues today. Researchers have long known that cosmic rays go up when solar activity goes down, because strong solar activity inflates and bolsters a protective bubble around our entire solar system.
http://www.space.com/7349-cosmic-rays-hit-50 -...
wojar wrote:
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Looks like we have a failure of communication.
Rougetard said he had NASA's prediction of tropospheric cooling.
Where is it Rougetard?
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Not a prediction. Did you read my first paragraph? Did you look at the graph? If you draw a line between 1997 and 2012 you would notice that global temps have gone DOWN even though they falsely state that Cosmic Radiation has been going DOWN while it is at a 50 year HIGH!
Learn to Read

Fairland, IN

#186099 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You do know Sheriff Joe is in Arizona, didn't you? Probably knot!

I do not know if what you say is true about his endorsement. Oh, George P. Bush won his primary election!!! Does it both you if a White-Hispanic Republican wins an election?
An establishment Republican won? Shocking. Your ignorance? Also a shocker

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#186100 Mar 5, 2014
Sun's Current Solar Activity Cycle Is Weakest in a Century
By Mike Wall, Senior Writer | December 11, 2013 06:50pm ET

SAN FRANCISCO — The sun's current space-weather cycle is the most anemic in 100 years, scientists say.

Our star is now at "solar maximum," the peak phase of its 11-year activity cycle. But this solar max is weak, and the overall current cycle, known as Solar Cycle 24, conjures up comparisons to the famously feeble Solar Cycle 14 in the early 1900s, researchers said.

"None of us alive have ever seen such a weak cycle. So we will learn something," Leif Svalgaard of Stanford University told reporters here today (Dec. 11) at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union.[Solar Max: Amazing Sun Storm Photos of 2013]

The learning has already begun. For example, scientists think they know why the solar storms that have erupted during Solar Cycle 24 have caused relatively few problems here on Earth.

The sun often blasts huge clouds of superheated particles into space, in explosions known as coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Powerful CMEs that hit Earth squarely can trigger geomagnetic storms, which in turn can disrupt radio communications, GPS signals and power grids.

But such effects have rarely been seen during Solar Cycle 24, even though the total number of CMEs hasn't dropped off much, if at all. The explanation, researchers said, lies in the reduced pressure currently present in the heliosphere, the enormous bubble of charged particles and magnetic fields that the sun puffs out around itself.

This lower pressure has allowed CMEs to expand greatly as they cruise through space, said Nat Gopalswamy of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Indeed, Solar Cycle 24 CMEs are, on average, 38 percent bigger than those measured during the last cycle — a difference with real consequences for folks here on Earth.

"When the CMEs expand more, the magnetic field inside the CMEs has lower strength," Gopalswamy said. "So when you have lower-strength magnetic fields, then they cause milder geomagnetic storms."

This image, captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) on March 10, 2012, shows an active region on the sun, seen as the bright spot to the right. Designated AR 1429, the spot has so far produced three X-class flares and numerous M-class flares.
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Scientists also think they know why relatively few super-fast solar energetic particles, or SEPS, have been measured in Earth's neighborhood during the current cycle, which began in early 2008. It has to do with a weakened interplanetary magnetic field, another characteristic of Solar Cycle 24, they say.

Large SEP events, which can pose a danger to astronauts in Earth orbit, are created by the shock waves driven by CMEs. But fewer of these particles are getting accelerated by such shocks these days, said Joe Giacalone of the University of Arizona.

"When the magnetic field is weaker, the particles are not trapped near the shock as effectively," Giacalone said. "They're going much farther upstream and downstream of the shock wave, and it takes a lot longer for them to get to very high energies."

The strength or weakness of a solar cycle appears to be driven by the intensity of the sun's polar magnetic field during the previous cycle. The polar field is thought to feed the sunspots— dark and relatively cool patches on the sun that are the source of CMEs and solar flares — that come in during the next cycle, Gopalswamy said.

The polar field was weak during Solar Cycle 23, so researchers suspected that Solar Cycle 24 would be underwhelming. Predictions about Solar Cycle 25 should start coming in two or three years, when the polar field reappears, Svalgaard said.

Follow Mike Wall on Twitter @michaeldwall and Google+. Follow us @Spacedotcom, Facebook or Google+. Originally published on SPACE.com .
Learn to Read

Fairland, IN

#186101 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You do know Sheriff Joe is in Arizona, didn't you? Probably knot!

I do not know if what you say is true about his endorsement. Oh, George P. Bush won his primary election!!! Does it both you if a White-Hispanic Republican wins an election?
By the way Rouge- I know that someone's ethnicity is of vital importance to you and Joe, but please stop projecting your obsessions on to others

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#186102 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You do know Sheriff Joe is in Arizona, didn't you? Probably knot!

I do not know if what you say is true about his endorsement. Oh, George P. Bush won his primary election!!! Does it both you if a White-Hispanic Republican wins an election?
Learn to Read wrote:
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An establishment Republican won? Shocking. Your ignorance? Also a shocker
Maybe but even "establishment" candidates have been bending right because of the political pressure. In the 2012 election 3-4 million Conservatives did not vote and Mitt Romney did not win. They know they have to bend right to get the Conservative votes!

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#186103 Mar 5, 2014
At least they did not cite him for flying to HIGH! Oh, in Vietnam I flew twice while drunk. On both occasions I was not scheduled.

Man accused of taking stolen plane on wild ride, DUI

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#186104 Mar 5, 2014
The first time I was not on the schedule because I was celebrating my 20th birthday. They woke me up and said I need to fly and I told them I was drunk and they told me I would sober up.
My pilot was Chief Lightrock (Featherstone) and was a Native American Indian from our SW. I sat in the right seat and did not touch the flight controls until after lunch.
The next time it was a scheduled day off but the platoon leader got called out to do something else so I because the acting platoon leader in that I had the lieutenant as my copilot. We were doing combat assaults and I had eight Huey Slicks and three Huey Hogs and at about nine am I started to get heat prostrated so my ground mission commander, the infantry battalion commander, an LTC, call it off and we took a break until one pm.
So anyone who can fly solo at night with a BAC of 0.132 has to be a good pilot ..... when he is sober.
Oh, I have not been drunk since the late 1970s and I do not drink and drive much less drink and fly.
dem

Chicago, IL

#186105 Mar 5, 2014
Obama is still president?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186107 Mar 5, 2014
It was fun doing it. Hope link works. I'm centre-left, surprise.

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So, you think you know where you stand, politically. Perhaps not. The

It was fun doing it. Hope link works .

Result from this short test may surprise you and give you some food for thought.

You'll be asked just 10 questions, and then it instantly tells you where you stand politically. It shows your position as a red dot on a "political map" so you'll see exactly where you score.

The most interesting thing about the Quiz is that it goes beyond the Democrat, Republican, and Independent.

The Quiz has gotten a lot of praise. The Washington Post said it has "gained respect as a valid measure of a person's political leanings." The Fraser Institute said it's "a fast, fun, and accurate assessment of a person's overall political views." Suite University said it is the "most concise and accurate political quiz out there."



Click on the link below...



CLICK HERE: http://theadvocates.org/quiz/quiz.php

“Arm the homeless!”

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#186108 Mar 5, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
It was fun doing it. Hope link works. I'm centre-left, surprise.
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So, you think you know where you stand, politically. Perhaps not. The
It was fun doing it. Hope link works .
Result from this short test may surprise you and give you some food for thought.
You'll be asked just 10 questions, and then it instantly tells you where you stand politically. It shows your position as a red dot on a "political map" so you'll see exactly where you score.
The most interesting thing about the Quiz is that it goes beyond the Democrat, Republican, and Independent.
The Quiz has gotten a lot of praise. The Washington Post said it has "gained respect as a valid measure of a person's political leanings." The Fraser Institute said it's "a fast, fun, and accurate assessment of a person's overall political views." Suite University said it is the "most concise and accurate political quiz out there."
Click on the link below...
CLICK HERE: http://theadvocates.org/quiz/quiz.php
Says I am a libertarian. My dot was at the top of the diamond. I find it hard to believe that 8 questions can determine where you "fit in". But hey, was fun for a min.
;)
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#186109 Mar 5, 2014
dem wrote:
Obama is still president?
Yes - but Tacky has promised us "BIG NEWS" this week that will change everything.

“Arm the homeless!”

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#186111 Mar 5, 2014
wojar wrote:
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This is a problem caused by asinine rules. I never had to have a doctor's excuse because I had a certain amount of medical leave every year - no questions asked. On the other hand, I have not taken a sick day for over five years. But when I did need them, I'm glad I didn't need to play children's games.
The doctor's excuse is an asinine rule without a doubt. I have never even lead anyone to the impression that I would be cooperative with such a request.

The excuse isn't exactly the point. It is just one of the big overused reasons for wasting time at an ER. An excuse for past or future absences. People who are out of drugs coming in with weird complaints or injuring themselves. This happens more than you can imagine.

I know a guy that has shot himself in the foot more times than you have fingers because he ran out of opiates.

Then there are people who are "overly" concerned for their children. Also... full size adults who show up with "tummy aches". Pregnancy scares... you get the idea.

The point is... as loose stated, this happens with or without insurance at any hour of the day/night. Almost as if a screening process should be implemented.

Someone fishing for an excuse should just get it out the second he sees the doctor. The physician would be happy to save themselves the time, and get you right back out the door.

Then there are the much more rare but much more insane mass influxes.

For example... About two years ago there was some whack job christian leader (go figure) who decided he was going to announce the day of the rapture.

I can almost feel you smirking... but this was intense. For no apparent reason at all, retards believed this idiot. They did away with their possessions, said their goodbyes, and prepared as they knew they were going to be LEVITATED off the ground to the sound of trumpets bathed in glorious light and BE TAKEN OFF TO FAIRY TALE LAND...WHERE THEY DON'T HAVE TO DIE!!! SERIOUSLY!!!

As you can probably imagine, not all of them shared the same confidence these brainiacs possessed. Which is where the very real logistics nightmare was born. Some had doubts about their admittance and this caused a panic.

Where did these upset Christians go? Church. They gathered to pray with their spiritual leaders and talked it out... YEAH RIGHT!

They flooded hospitals, emergency rooms and crisis centers having nervous breakdowns because they weren't sure a lifetime of pretending to be a good person was going to make up for the time they raped the teenager behind the grocery store, or poisoned their husbands or slept with ALL the babysitters.

All different stories...with the same ending. These people are damaged and honestly think they are going to burn in a lake of fire for eternity. For them it was the apocalypse, but for me it was the superbowl and christmas on one day. As soon as my wife told me what was going on I rushed to the hospital. It was glorious... a fully quantified mass delusion.

After spending a while in waiting rooms assuring people that there was no God, no rapture, and no hell... and that none of them or their friends were going anywhere except maybe jail if they walk into a councilors office and admit to something awful.

... I went home.

On that day... people who needed legitimate medical care did not do so well.

I have often thought of turning that little exp. into a book. A short story at least.

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#186112 Mar 5, 2014
hmmmmmm, Niagara Falls is frozen over for the second time this Winter. When was the previous time it froze over?
5 Match, 2014
Frozen, technicolor Niagara Falls lit up in the night

The seemingly endless winter has frozen over Niagara Falls for a second time in record-breaking sub-zero temperatures. Eevery evening beginning at dusk, the Falls are lit with rainbow-colored lights. Take a look at the colorful winter wonderland captured by Reuters photographer Mark Blinch.
http://darkroom.baltimoresun.com/2014/03/froz...

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#186113 Mar 5, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
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By the way Rouge- I know that someone's ethnicity is of vital importance to you and Joe, but please stop projecting your obsessions on to others
It was with George Zimmerman as he was labelled a RACIST solely because he is White (-Hispanic) and Trayvon was black. But it was Trayvon who was using racial slurs and not only was the zero evidence GZ was not Racist, there is evidence he support a black victim who was beaten by a white boy who's father was a police officer!!!
And you assume ALL Blacks and Hispanics are Libtards like you when that is false.

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#186114 Mar 5, 2014
dem wrote:
Obama is still president?
He is? I didn't know that. I thought Joe O'Biden was!
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#186115 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>It was with George Zimmerman as he was labelled a RACIST solely because he is White (-Hispanic) and Trayvon was black. But it was Trayvon who was using racial slurs and not only was the zero evidence GZ was not Racist, there is evidence he support a black victim who was beaten by a white boy who's father was a police officer!!!
And you assume ALL Blacks and Hispanics are Libtards like you when that is false.
One of us does an whole lot of assuming and obsessing, and the other one of us does a whole lot of laughing at the assumer / obsessor.
Slick Willie

Jacksonville, FL

#186116 Mar 5, 2014
Obama is bitch slapped by the Senate by SEVEN Democrat Senators who voted against his nominee!!! Obama is a lame dick president!!!

Senate blocks Obama nominee over Mumia Abu-Jamal case
Susan Davis, USA TODAY 1:48 p.m. EST March 5, 2014
A former attorney for Mumia Abu-Jamal could not overcome GOP and law enforcement opposition to his nomination to run the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division.

Debo Adegbile was nominated by President Obama to run the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division
Law enforcement groups opposed his nomination over his work on behalf of Mumia Abu-Jamal
His nomination was blocked Wednesday on a 47-52 vote, with seven Democrats siding with Republicans

WASHINGTON--The U.S. Senate narrowly defeated President Obama's nominee to oversee the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division due to Republican and law enforcement objections to the role he played in the defense of convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.

In a statement, Obama called the defeat a "travesty based on wildly unfair character attacks against a good and qualified public servant."

Only 47 senators, all Democrats, voted to advance Debo Adegbile's nomination while 52 senators voted to block him, including 7 Democrats. Vice President Biden presided over the vote in the event he could break a tie, which was unnecessary after Democrats failed to muster enough support. Obama said "those who voted against his nomination denied the American people an outstanding public servant."

The Democrats voting to block the nomination were Sens. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, John Walsh of Montana, Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Bob Casey Jr. of Pennsylvania, Mark Pryor of Arkansas and Chris Coons of Delaware. Coons, Pryor, and Walsh all face re-election this year. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., also voted against the nomination in the end, but only for procedural reasons that will allow him to bring it up again if he so chooses.

Adegbile's defeat occurred even after Senate Democrats last year unilaterally changed the Senate rules on judicial and executive nominations to lower the threshold from 60 to a simple majority of votes to end a filibuster. He is the first Obama nominee to lose on the floor over Democratic opposition.

Democrats, lawyers groups and civil rights activists hailed Adegbile as one of the nation's leading civil rights attorneys with impeccable credentials honed over two decades in the profession. He has worked as an aide in the U.S. Senate as well as the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and has argued two civil rights cases on voting rights before the Supreme Court.

"There is no question about his competence," said Senate Minority Whip Richard Durbin, D-Ill., prior to the vote.

Slick Willie

Jacksonville, FL

#186117 Mar 5, 2014
However, his nomination prompted fierce backlash from the law enforcement community because he once worked on the defense team of Abu-Jamal, who was convicted for the 1981 murder of Philadelphia police office Daniel Faulkner. Adegbile was part of the NAACP legal team that is partly credited with commuting Abu-Jamal's death sentence.

In a statement, Coons said he did not doubt Adegbile's qualifications but that he could not overcome concerns about his ability to do the job. "I was troubled by the idea of voting for an Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights who would face such visceral opposition from law enforcement on his first day on the job," he said, "The vote I cast today was one of the most difficult I have taken since joining the Senate, but I believe it to be right for the people I represent."

Speaking on the Senate floor, Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., noted that Adegbile's work on the case began 25 years after the murder occurred and credited Adegbile's work on protecting constitutional rights. "He's a fine man, what a story of the American Dream. He's devoted his life to public service," Reid said.

Faulkner's widow, Maureen, lobbied senators to oppose the nomination. "Old wounds have once again been ripped open and additional insult is brought upon our law enforcement community in this country by President Obama's nomination of Debo Adegbile," she wrote in an emotional letter, "Certainly there are others with similar qualifications that would be better choices. I would argue that Mr. Adegbile's decision to defend a cop killer should preclude him from holding any public position."

The Philadelphia Inquirer, which exhaustively covered Abu-Jamal''s conviction and appeals, strongly disagreed in a Tuesday editorial. "To argue that Adegbile, one of the country's foremost legal scholars - especially when it comes to civil rights law - should be disqualified from the Justice post because he participated in Abu-Jamal's appeals is an affront to what it means to live in America. This country allows every convict to exhaustively appeal a verdict, even when all the prior evidence appears to have assured his guilt."
Slick Willie

Jacksonville, FL

#186118 Mar 5, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>It was with George Zimmerman as he was labelled a RACIST solely because he is White (-Hispanic) and Trayvon was black. But it was Trayvon who was using racial slurs and not only was the zero evidence GZ was not Racist, there is evidence he support a black victim who was beaten by a white boy who's father was a police officer!!!
And you assume ALL Blacks and Hispanics are Libtards like you when that is false.
Learn to Read wrote:
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One of us does an whole lot of assuming and obsessing, and the other one of us does a whole lot of laughing at the assumer / obsessor.
No, no assumptions. All hard facts. You Libtards assume that a white person is a bigot and that black people can never be a bigot when way to often, it is the exact opposite.

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