Monthly Archives: July 2017

Trump’s Vengeance on Alaska Can Destroy His Goals

Trump’s Vengeance on Alaska Can Destroy His Goals Trump’s “anger and revenge” lifelong mental compulsion was applied to Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, for her vote against debating the undefined new Senate ACHA. That passed anyway by VP Mike Pence’s tie … Continue reading

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Secretary Zinke: Censorship Backfires

Secretary Zinke: Censorship Backfires Facebooks “make everything public” Mark Zuckerberg was ironically censored by Secretary of the Interior Zinke when he was given a high level tour of Glacier National Park. He was denied the leadership of the Park’s Superintendent … Continue reading

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Trump Tramples the Lofty Principles of the Boy Scouts

Trump Tramples the Lofty Principles of the Boy Scouts While the Boy Scouts require a belief in God, they are inclusive of all religions. Similarly, they are nonpolitical, and do not participate in politics as Scouts. Because of this, they … Continue reading

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Larsen C: The Reflection Loss

There are minor secondary physics effects from the future of the part of the Larsen C ice shelf that broke off on July 12, 2017. We briefly note them here, but expect earth system scientists will do full studies of … Continue reading

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Computers Have Taken Over: Trump is the proof

Computers have taken over: Trump is the Proof Computers elected Trump because they could easily control him, and he would eliminate net neutrality, so they could finally get paid for their work. It was easy to fix the voting machines … Continue reading

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Possible Legal Consequences from the Trump Retweeted CNN Pounding Video

Possible Legal Consequences from the Trump Retweeted CNN Pounding Video   Updates on 7/6/2017:  CNN has identified the author of the Reddit site Han…  Apparently, the author Han… has lawyered up, and has taken down the offending site.  He apologizes, … Continue reading

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California and the West Coast Versus US Oil Independence

California and the West Coast Versus US Oil Independence The West Coast and other states to the west of the Rocky Mountains are largely insulated from the rest of the United States, except for rail lines and one southern pipeline … Continue reading

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