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drrayeye
Susan, As we've said before, almost everyone is spiritual--even those who are not religious. The question should be: "How does one identify a person who is not spiritual". I'm not sure that I can. Ray
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
Today
drrayeye
IMO, it depends on support among Republican voters. The highest support among Republicans is among Republican youth--and that's only 20%. If it goes over 50% watch out! Republicans could dump the 20% that are Trumpers, and replace them with independents. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
We'll see. Ray
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Today
drrayeye
He'll have to get nominated first. It could be a chance for Republicans to take their party back. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
5. Yes
Alloan, Of course it's political theatre. Just keep a good supply of popcorn handy. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Today
drrayeye
Sammy, The limits of communication through language is the ability to produce different sounds: we call those articulatory distinctive features. Infants have been shown to be capable of producing all of these speech sounds before they focus on learning the specific sounds of their language community. That's the universal core that allows a child to learn any spoken language. If we had an
Forum: Mysteries
Today
drrayeye
Mike, You apparently don't remember Watergate. Look what's already happening in your state: Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
See: Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
"Just slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan No need to be coy, Roy Just get yourself free. Hop on a bus, Gus Don't need to discus much . . ." Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
We might need to add some leftovers from the Turkey dinner and some Christmas cookies . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Eddie, IMO, Rudy's best bet is to make a deal with Congress before he gets arrested in New York State, denying them, and delaying the needed documents they need to prosecute. He then might avoid prison time. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
He can't win if he doesn't run Eddie. He's got to get nominated first--if he hasn't been impeached and expelled from office. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Most likely in the footsteps of Manafort, Cohen, and Stone. Get arrested, have your home searched, get put in the slammer--make a deal. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Looks like he prefers to be arrested and put in the slammer first, Eddie. I hope he's been watching "the apprentice" so he knows how to make a deal . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Sammy, According to Chomsky, language is genetic--it's innate. Studies of speech development all over the word suggest universal progression in spoken language, with basic competency established by the fifth year. It's also possible to communicate by expression, touch, and gesture--using abstract symbols as needed. That's not nearly as universal. IMO, whenever a large enough group of peo
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
drrayeye
Donald's got a plan to get the Turks to go home. He's going to put a 40% tariff on Turkish coffee together with a stimulus package for Colombia. Erdogan will either withdraw, or be thrown out of office by angry coffee growers. Impressed? Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
1. Rudy makes a tell all deal with both Schiff and the Feds 2. Trump fires Rudy as his personal attorney Maybe Rudy should hire Cohen's attorney? Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
I think Rudy's got some 'splaining to do . . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
We learn more and more how Giuliani stuck out like a sore thumb--and we learn about the concerns of John Bolton for the first time. Donald's wall doesn't seem to go much beyond Pompeo in the State Department--and his former assistant talks tomorrow. We'll soon find out if Bolton joins in. New drama every day. Keep your popcorn fresh. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
They're not arrogant and dogmatic, yet, Eddie just idealistic, naive, determined--and a little scared no major incidents wait a few years . . . Ray
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 days ago
drrayeye
21. Even if
it all were true, Yve, it doesn't change the facts on the ground. We've been experiencing climate change for our entire lifetimes, and are about to pass this unsolved disaster to all the Greta's all over the world. They've figured it out--and they're not going to take it any more--like we did. We're over the hill--and showing it. Ray
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2 days ago
drrayeye
You're repeating yourself, Allan--and, by previous conduct, you'll continue as long as I respond. Not constructive. Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Alan, Apologetics won't work here. Donald unilaterally and precipitously commanded American soldiers in place to stand down in the face of amassed Turkish troops on the border. He has since followed through and withdrawn soldiers even as a whole series of adverse consequences--almost a worst case--have unfolded on the ground. This is a consensus view, Allan--Republicans and Democrats.
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Hi Seasmith, Chinese has a system of core radicals--about 200. They can then be combined to make more complex structures. The English language similarly has about 200 words (combinations of letters) that are taught to children in first grade to start reading. The number of Chinese characters used in ordinary communication and the number of English words used in basic communication are
Forum: Mysteries
2 days ago
drrayeye
Eddie, In California and Japan we've been implementing countermeasures throughout my lifetime--making us (and Japan) models for countermeasures. It isn't close to being enough, and many of the supposed solutions are no more than hand waving. We've been talking and implementing solar--but not getting the system wide benefits. For example, it is possible for SOCAL to reconfigure the grid in
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 days ago
drrayeye
Allan, The polls are not bad technically, but they may not ask questions you want answered. The impeachment process almost requires a political startup--a House majority. So yes, the current process of drawing up charges is political--exaggerated by Trumps combative responses. but The enquiry phase involves disclosure to the public, and, inevitably, draws both parties into the process.
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Allan, I don't kluge things together like you. The polls are not bad polls, but they are only one indicator. I'm not in favor of Donald's impeachment because of politics--though I don't share his perspective. I support impeachment because Donald doesn't conduct his Presidency as a public servant--and doesn't follow laws and conventions. I think many true Republicans are opposed to him more
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
28. It's OK
to have a different interpretation, Allan, but don't get it into a me vs. you. We both could be wrong. In this volatile situation, I doubt that anyone has got all the developments correctly thought through. Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Eddie, Greta is obviously sincre and kmowledgable. Local teens that I have met here in my own town are articulate and knowledgable. 4 million demonstrated a few weeks ago. Powerful interests will always find a way to profit from all sides--including Greta's movement. It's easy to miss the vision of the young when we're old. Hard to join the revolution we should have been part of
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2 days ago
drrayeye
seasmith, It works much the same. For research studies, I created pseudo-alphabets to calculate the cognitive load for various information displays. You can take a syllabic word and make it into a Chinese style symbol--and vice versa. The cognitive load for reading Chinese isn't much different from Western languages--and there are ways to convert Chinese into a syllabic form for pronuncia
Forum: Mysteries
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