The annual output of Tesla’s Gigafactory, the world’s largest battery factory, could store three minutes’ worth of annual U.S. electricity demand. It would require 1,000 years of production to make enough batteries for two days’ worth of U.S. electricity demand. Meanwhile, 50–100 pounds of materials are mined, moved, and processed for every pound of battery produced. Mark P. Mills Senior Fellow MI
This is working out for very blue counties in Maryland. They are really seeing first hand the problems with sanctuary policies, the spate of illegal aliens rapes.
⭐ Sick and Evil !!! 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
Renowned MIT Scientist Defends Epstein: Victims Were ‘Entirely Willing’
"Richard Stallman has been hailed as one of the most influential computer scientists around today and honored with a slew of awards and honorary doctorates, but his eminence in the academic computer science community came into question Friday afternoon when purportedly leaked email excerpts showed him suggesting one of Epstein’s alleged victims was “entirely willing.”"
A thread on the replication crisis.
In 2015, ALL of the social sciences especially psychology and the gender studies got rocked by a large replication study. Let's start with what is a replication study.
Replication studies are rarer than they should be. In a replication study, you use the methods section of another study and see if it matches the results written in that study. For decades, academics have been too trusting of the methods sections and have focused on discussion section.
I was debating someone on FB about the "birth of semi-automatic weapons," and went online to try and find info about an early semi-auto that @ThomasWic has schooled us on.
I think I found it.
Thank you, Thomas. I'd never have known if I hadn't been following you.
Whoa. Read this whole thread. This has been an ongoing tweet thread about the Canadian security head who was arrested on charges of spying today. Apparently, the spy was outed by American Intelligence. This newer news is just breaking.
Canada is having some big "spy" news today. 👀
"...[T]he Director General of an intelligence unit at RCMP HQ has been arrested and charged under the secrets act involving espionage by foreign powers. Sources tell Global News this was an extensive national security investigation." "Can identify the senior RCMP [federal police force] member charged as Cameron Ortis. This is a very serious and rarely used charge."
Mercedes Stephenson @MercedesGlobal h/t@themarketswork
Instant coffee+heavy cream=life hack
Anti-drone technology recently developed in Israel can seize control of enemy drones and land them anywhere. Taking control of the drones without causing them damage makes it possible to reuse them and extract any data that the drone collected prior to its interception.
I post this so you can marvel at Hillary's tent-sized granny house dress in all its glory, not to mention the cankles on display.
Secretary of Summer! Hillary Clinton looks relaxed in a pinstripe shirt dress and a sporty sunhat as she enjoys a stroll with a friend in the Hamptons
The former secretary of state donned a long-sleeve shirt dress and navy flats
She accessorized her look with a sunhat, a crossbody bag, and dark sunglasses
Real scientists have been blackballed (not for much longer) and fake scientists have been green-lighted and had so much money dumped on their heads they have never seen so much. The problem is they cannot maintain this hoax. There is no falsifiable data backing up any of these claims. When it does actually end up in court real scientist will crush this phony bulshit. As a matter of fact there are many real scientists that are demanding that this go to court
So yesterday, one brother was throwing the other brother under the bus by yelling, “he’s deleting his history on YouTube when he goes in the bathroom so you can’t see what he’s been watching!”... oh? My left eyebrow raises as I look at the other brother... “he thinks he’s Hillary with a server in the bathroom!!” 🤦♀️
So many bedbugs, so little time.
The responses on this thread are hilarious.
Crime in outer space.
"A NASA astronaut has been accused of committing the first crime in outer space after her estranged wife alleged she stole her identity and accessed her bank account without permission during a six-month mission aboard the International Space Station.......New York Times reported."
"She contacted her bank and was informed that her sign-in credentials had been used on a computer registered to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration."
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.