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Eddie Larry
The Chicago Tribune reported this morning that “According to a senior Justice Department official, Mueller did not recommend any further indictments...”
Forum: Global Village
Today
Eddie Larry
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Yesterday
Eddie Larry
I think people need to be rationally selfish and rationally team players Malcolm. The rational is the hard part.
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
Mueller concludes Russia-Trump probe, delivers report. See Maybe some exciting news by this weekend.
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
Janice does a fine job on that YouTube Madeleine. The elites don’t mind massive inequality if it benefits themselves.
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
Wow! See “We’re no longer in Kansas Toto.”
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
It does seem so at times Kris. Life is very complicated.
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
No doubt Michael.
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
Michael, you have a point!
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
Probably true Race. The manifesto is a great reminder to people that there is a Nazi, neo-Nazi, white supremacist movement out there. It also puts lots of pressure on principled, non-racist conservatives to distinguish themselves from this movement.
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
The ArXiv site is described as follows on Wiki: “arXiv (pronounced "archive"—the X represents the Greek letter chi [χ])[2] is a repository of electronic preprints (known as e-prints) approved for posting after moderation, but not full peer review. ”. Here is the cite So the e-prints are not peer reviewed. Further, quoting from the same wiki source “Controversy While arXiv does co
Forum: Science & Space
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
“On a personal note, if you enjoyed this past winter there will be plenty more just like it in the future. ” Actually Jacob our winter was not so bad with the exception of 2 significant “polar vortices. “. We’ll check the final numbers. We have to worry about winter, you folks have to worry about hurricane season. I ‘ll take winter, thank you very kindly.
Forum: Science & Space
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Jacob, it is a truism of human ethics that people get rude when they are losing arguments. Not peer reviewed, but I have the Weather Channel and I see disasters all around. But I will admit that in a northern Illinois we have been pretty lucky. That said even if we are personally lucky, we can see what is happening all around us. That’s my view.
Forum: Science & Space
4 days ago
Eddie Larry
“C02 can not be the cause of any warming because temperature affects C02, not the other way around. “ Daniel, have you ever put on a blanket when you went to bed?
Forum: Science & Space
4 days ago
Eddie Larry
Well said Jacob!
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
Eddie Larry
“Food has to be grown somewhere, and it can't be done in the big cities. ” We have an indoor factory farm near us. But you can’t beat an Idaho potato John. “I'm not talking about buildings, rather what you cannot see. Water lines, sewage lines, subways and what you can see like clogged freeways” Last summer the city replaced the storm sewers in outer alley. No more water in the baseme
Forum: Global Village
5 days ago
Eddie Larry
Here are a couple of articles interesting to Mid-Westerners: Paul Krugman’s view: “I’m sure that some rural readers will be angered by everything I’ve just said, seeing it as typical big-city condescension. But that’s neither my intention nor the point. I’m simply trying to get real. We can’t help rural America without understanding that the role it used to play in our nation is being und
Forum: Global Village
5 days ago
Eddie Larry
Thanks Malcolm!
Forum: History
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Paul, pre the invention of writing, I don’t think we can be sure how humans looked at their beliefs or no beliefs. I think interpreting the beliefs of ancient people’s is the trickiest thing of all. I differ a bit from the definition you provided because l think that religions are organizations created by human beings, I.e., religious leaders, who thoughtfully or unthoughtfully create religi
Forum: Global Village
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Exactly Malcolm, but there is no reason to stop trying to understand!
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteRay stated The explanations offered are almost always mechanistic--especially now that we can express them in terms of computer models--but that doesn't make them atheistic. That’s a great point Ray and I agree. My only comment is to state that “mechanical” or “computer models” are descriptive terms for what used to be called cause and effect, or “how things work.” Machines are made b
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Good morning, Malcolm! If a person thinks they are a winner, they are a winner. It is like collecting gold stars and participation awards. It is something people can do and not just listen to others telling them what to do all the time. That is my guess.
Forum: Inner Space
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Race, “One thing that is interesting is what was not there at all. That is there was a lack of derogatory references to jews and no anti-antisemitism. ” I thought that there was a sentence in there about Jew staying in their homeland. But I am not sure exactly what was said. “Someone, probably many someones, don't want this material to be read. “ Social media sites don’t want h
Forum: Global Village
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
“White supremacy is a religious belief system. It's a world-view that guides the values and lives of people who believe in it. Some formulations are clearer than others. Nazism and so-called neo-Nazism are very clear that race-identity is their central principle over-riding all others.” I don’t agree at all Paul.. Religions are developed by religious leaders, like Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed.
Forum: Global Village
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
I hear you John. It’s rough. Hang in there!
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Gerda, the term is explained in my “Decoding” post below.
Forum: Global Village
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
“What he did, was abhorrent. ” Good Brian, that’s good. We’ll see.
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7 days ago
Eddie Larry
See
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