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    jazz festival

    jazz festival
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    Microsoft

    Microsoft
  3. Darn. ....and I had my chair leaning against a...

    Darn. ....and I had my chair leaning against a wall leaving me facing windows and doors from where they shot me holding Aces and eights.

    At what point does proximity not mean benefiting.
  4. Obviously not. Unfortunately for prospects of...

    Obviously not. Unfortunately for prospects of other than what Germany is setting about now. It's a shame really. They are capable of quite a lot, yet they are throwing it away.

    Moving on.
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    I didn't say it had been falsified since it isn't...

    Where has the Drake equation been falsified? All that has happened is that it has been refined--rather than simply considering the probability of various steps on the road to intelligence we need to...
  6. OK so I use a hammer Angra Mainyu. My...

    OK so I use a hammer Angra Mainyu. My anti-nuclear argument is objectively crap. Anyone not seeing that is probably unreachable. My 'personal' touches are even worse. They're like reading the...
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    down wind

    down wind
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    invisible

    invisible
  9. Have you ever wondered why Social organizations...

    Billions? I think the number is more like dozens. Even if you don't have electricity in your house that doesn't mean you aren't using products produced with electricity. Only those completely cut...
  10. Think of me as a fear parrot. Yes I do have...

    But it's not that I need more. It's that you oppose nuclear power. You were not just saying that most people are followers and/or that they oppose nuclear power. Why do you oppose it?


    They need...
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    all hitched

    all hitched
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    Hunter

    Hunter
  13. Not at all. I'm saying my pessimism is...

    Not at all. I'm saying my pessimism is symptomatic of human consciousness of such as nuclear power. That if one permits others to wail without taking political action one is doomed to fail. I'm a...
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    booster

    booster
  15. Humans aren't rational nor are humans governed by...

    Humans aren't rational nor are humans governed by objective observation. Most humans are followers. If you need more there is much more.

    Brainstem! Fight-or-flight response

    Look. I've been...
  16. First energy need not be produced. Billions of...

    First energy need not be produced. Billions of people are 'living' without benefit of it.

    I don't give a rat's shit if it is the only solution. Man simply can't avoid fearing it more than he can...
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    Ah, but Loren Pechtel, you didn't even look at...

    Ah, but Loren Pechtel, you didn't even look at what's in our stars.

    That sir, 'tis what this thread is to be about.

    Can we will we - because we must - overcome our limitations with respect to...
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    roster

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    tiger vase

    tiger vase
  20. How is identifying liberalism with science...

    How is identifying liberalism with science letting liberal science deniers off the hooK of being science deniers? On nuclear power in the hands of man, particularly man with a profit motive, I'm...
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    I agree. It is a state with a more or less...

    I agree. It is a state with a more or less continuous language and ethnicity for several hundred years. So I took the national state identity to demonstrate policy change in a culture reflecting...
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    Will science survive human nature.

    I've been wondering why philosophy began with rational rather than objective roots. I'm pretty sure humans knew how to observe, test, and measure when Greek civilizations rose. Evidence is abundant...
  23. How can a clusterfuck located near a fault, on...

    How can a clusterfuck located near a fault, on the coast be contained when there is still massive radioactive leakage being recorded from the site?

    Personally I'm against nuclear power for...
  24. Please note the 14 EU bit in the bullet list. ...

    Please note the 14 EU bit in the bullet list. Germany happens to be one of those 14. Sheesh. So what's up with China and Australia anyway. Maybe Germany could store their waste in Andorra or...
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    In pretty good stead with both Norton and Mcafee...

    In pretty good stead with both Norton and Mcafee suites in reserve on continuous update. Only actively use each about once or twice a year though. So at $250 for that support annually, It's just a...
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