These manmade disasters are so easy to prove, it is well past the point of absurdity. It’s like explaining sunrise every day to a population that literally has their heads buried in the sand, while the sock puppets drown out all reason screaming “conspiracy theorist” at you. It’s well beyond infuriating and bewildering watching country after country being attacked day after day with flash floods, typhoons, and every other kind of manmade weather disaster, and watching the victimized countries being duped into blaming it on God, or on the ‘governments’ of the victimized countries themselves (i.e. the U.S. Government). The total saturation of disinformation sock puppets and their puppeteers has everyone believing this incompetent and bumbling Government is “attacking its own people with weather weapons” (as one of the endless memes intended to turn people against their own country, and divide and concur the population), when the clear and present reality is that all countries are being attacked, by people who are clearly ‘outside’ of ANY governmen. . . Read Complete Description on YouTube
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Artificial intelligence has the potential to end mankind, according to Stephen Hawking. The renowned physicist warns that if machines can match human capabilities, they may decide humans are no longer necessary. RT’s Ameera David discusses the future of robotics and the potential threat to our species with Josh Bongard, computer science professor at the University of Vermont.
Michael Hicks is the director of the Center for Business and Economic Researchand an associate professor of economics in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University. His column appears in Indiana newspapers.
I am always saddened and more than a bit disappointed when I hear politicians promise job creation. In the first place, we are Americans and shouldn’t be looking to the likes of President Obama or Governor Daniels for a paycheck. We elected them for weightier matters. Moreover, governments don’t create jobs, businesses do. Job creation dynamics are hard to explain and often as not seem to confuse more people than almost any economic issue. Here’s why it is so hard to talk about.
We Americans rightfully believe that we are a nation of innovators. From the shop floor of a tool and die operation, to a glass high rise in Silicon Valley, to a steamy warehouse or retail website we are a nation that revels in new ideas and new ways of doing things. . . . Read Complete Report