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    badsey3

    Most of these Wars are paid by fiat debt. If the rich people in power actually had to pay for their wars in physical gold/silver or BitCoin they most likely wouldn't fight a war for long because it is very costly. But when wars are free they can easily afford to do so -and do repeatedly.

    So you have mostly poor people getting paid in paper assets to fight a war for rich people that sit on the real physical assets.

    Posted in: How do you successfully end wars?

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    lots of claims being made here, but as of now there is no significant information linking NK to the Sony hacks in fact it looks like an inside job. In fact no one from the FBI is putting their name on these claims either. ==> all drama.

    Posted in: Obama scolds Sony; vows U.S. response to N Korean cyberattack

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    Seems to be an issue of self-hate to me ==> Does Hayou Miyazaki have a 3-D printer at home?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M1911_pistol_(3D_printed_solid_concepts_replica) (laser sintering method)

    Posted in: Hayao Miyazaki reveals the kind of otaku he hates the most

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    https://www.nextcode.com/

    Saitama Medical University is a partner in this.

    Posted in: Genomics startup NextCode stakes claim in pediatric disease market

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    A rock is no match for the wheels of steel.

    Posted in: Student arrested for placing rocks on train tracks in Ibaraki

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    with the RGB lights and controllers you will most likely want the fake tree (small SMD LEDs can get hot).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nx-EeqcEv0 Tree

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwnzc13j3w0 House

    Posted in: What’s better for the environment: a fake or real Christmas tree?

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    “Either the attackers are copyright reformist hackers targeting Hollywood or the attack was an attempted shakedown and extortion scheme,” Sullivan said in a blog post. “Hackers interested in copyright reform very often use better grammar than that found in the wallpaper” seen in the Sony attack.

    If it was copyright reform the number #1 target is Disney.

    A hacking group calling itself the Guardians of Peace (GOP) has claimed responsibility, and a self-proclaimed leader of the group has been sending data to reporters, including IDG News Service. The group said in an email it was not working on behalf of any state and said its actions against Sony were in part related to the company’s restructuring efforts and labor issues. “Sony and Sony Pictures have made terrible racial discrimination and human rights violation, indiscriminate tyranny and restructuring in recent years,” GOP wrote. “It has brought damage to a lot of people, some of whom are among us.” The group said corporate restructuring was the “decisive motive of our action” and called on Sony to “stop this and pay proper monetary compensation to the victims.”

    Posted in: Sony hackers leaked data on 47,000 people: researchers

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    International researchers say they have made steps toward understanding why the most commonly used drugs for osteoporosis worldwide, known as bisphosphonates, may also prevent some kinds of lung, breast and colon cancers.

    On bone x-rays the results of the above do indeed look good, but people taking bisphosphonates are prone to fractures. MK4 is probably the better choice and a Japanese product.

    http://www.nbihealth.com/t-MK4research.aspx

    Posted in: Studies probe why osteoporosis drugs may prevent cancer

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    <http://www.wndu.com/home/headlines/Several-people-stabbed-aboard-an-Amtrak-train-284940801.html >

    Michael Darnell Williams, 44, was booked on Saturday on preliminary charges of assault with intent to murder four times.

    "I was in a mob of 4 people, and at one point people were falling down and people are getting back up," said Caitlin Cipri, from Chicago. "It was such a blur just trying to get to an exit."

    Tyler Vandermolen, who was sitting ten rows from where the stabbing occurred, says, "You see the police getting a lot for bad press with the stuff going on around the country these days, but you got to give it up for these guys **they were there in under... within seconds of this happening it was pretty incredible **that they may have saved some lives today."

    Another example of Police immediately putting themselves directly in the "line of fire" to protect society.

    Posted in: 4 people stabbed on Amtrak train in Michigan

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    At least five deaths and dozens of injuries have been linked to the problem worldwide.

    Is this really a problem then? Would it actually be more prudent just to set up a accruing fund to pay these claims? Seems to be alot of fear/chaos generated over very little death here.

    Posted in: Mazda expands Takata air bag recall in U.S.

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    Is India butter as tasty as New Zealand butter now? Australian butter is tasty, too.

    India is like China in that they have very poor water quality + high population.

    In a period of inflation (money worth less) you really want to import at a continually lower rates since the costs for imported items will continually be going up + Japan has good water quality and farmland.

    Thankfully many are turning away from fast-food(s) otherwise this funny french fry shortage would be 2-3x worse.

    Posted in: Gov't announces plan to ease butter shortage for holiday season

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    The email from a group calling itself Guardians of Peace (GOP) also warned Friday that “all hope will leave you and Sony Pictures will collapse,” according to the industry journal Variety.

    In all honesty their timing is fairly good with SNE not looking to be paying a dividend.

    Hirai said that top-line growth would be achieved by the TV network business, program production and focus on blockbuster movies. He said margins would also improve and that film-related costs would be reduced by $300 million. Hirai called Sony’s film business “one major pillar of the (Sony) group that has been producing steady profits.” Sony’s forecast for its music business is for 8 percent growth to revenue of $5.2 billion in the same time frame. Hirai apologized for a previously announced decision not to pay shareholders a dividend for the current fiscal year. “I promise that we will resume paying dividends in the near future,” he said. He also said Sony will hold another meeting this year to present a midterm business plan for getting the group back to profitability after a long season of red ink.

    = take out Sony Pictures and you may have a collapse of SNE.

    Posted in: Hackers threaten Sony staff in new email

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    People from out of state continue to swell the ranks of the demonstrations in Ferguson. All but one of the 16 people arrested while protesting outside of Ferguson police headquarters Friday night were from out-of-state, including eight from New York City.

    -a good reason not to accept "foreigners"

    Posted in: Signs show Ferguson trying to move on from unrest

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    Ferguson is a very segregated city not only by skin color but by social class too. You can't just say, "go to college, get a job, don't be a thug!" to someone from that kind of background.

    Ferguson is a suburb of St Louis. It is part of St Louis County which is separate from St Louis. The huge Boeing plant is just 2 miles west = the area of Ferguson is not really impoverished by any stretch and is mostly working class. You start taking i70 east (or 270 East and South) of Ferguson and yes there are impoverished areas.

    As of the census[23] of 2000, there were 22,406 people, 8,612 households, and 5,838 families residing in the city. The population density was 3,620.6 people per square mile (1,397.6/km²). There were 9,191 housing units at an average density of 1,485.2 per square mile (573.3/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 52.4% African American, 44.8% White,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferguson,_Missouri

    Posted in: Calm comes to troubled Ferguson; protests dwindle in other U.S. cities

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    How much more is federally supported flood insurance, as well as disaster relief through the Federal Emergency Management Agency, costing taxpayers?

    https://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/

    Residents of High-Risk Areas Homes and buildings in high-risk flood areas with mortgages from federally regulated or insured lenders are required to have flood insurance. In high-risk areas, there is at least a 1 in 4 chance of flooding during a 30-year mortgage.

    Residents of Moderate-to-Low Risk Areas Homes and businesses located in moderate-to-low risk areas that have mortgages from federally regulated or insured lenders are typically not required to have flood insurance. Even though flood insurance isn't federally required, anyone can be financially vulnerable to floods. In fact, people outside of mapped high-risk flood areas file nearly 25% of all National Flood Insurance Program flood insurance claims and receive one-third of Federal Disaster Assistance for flooding. When it's available, disaster assistance is typically a loan you must repay with interest.

    A lender can require flood insurance, even if it is not federally required.

    One of the bigger scams going on right now.

    Posted in: Bottom line on climate change: It's costing you money

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    They could replace the glass windows with polycarbonate (unbreakable plastic) and get even more on these trains. Have not gotten to the point of people hanging out of the windows,doors, top like developed 3-world nations do.

    Posted in: Rush-hour crush on Tokyo subway leaves train with broken window

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    The socialist political system in most E.U nations need more tax revenues for their dependencies as usual. Are they going to stand for Ukraine, or being afraid of Putin flexing his muscle. Nothing new, just keep on talking.

    -Russia has fairly low taxes 13% etc.

    Google (USA) maybe pays 3% tax so these companies that cannot get rates similar to that are looking somewhere else. In the meantime the average person's tax rates and inflation (tax) go up.

    Posted in: EU accuses Netherlands on Starbucks tax deal

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