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Posted in: Guiliani wins two Razzies for infamous 'Borat' scene See in context

His portrayal of a lawyer was unconvincing.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

If they had jumped into the tanks and their hair fell out, they would have a point.

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Posted in: Woman reported to police for not looking right in a suit; turns out she’s a crook See in context

Yes, good work by an astute driver.

But will this lead to a flurry of calls by taxi drivers to the point of nuisance?

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Posted in: Blinken slams North Korea's human rights condition See in context

I read three sources of information regarding North Korea daily. The sanctions are hurting even the coddled class in Pyongang, and the country keeps on trying to find ways to take more from the citizens with mandatory insurance schemes and other inventions.

Authoritarianism gets severe when hit with feelings of insecurity, and the Kim regime is worried.

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Posted in: Trump's acquittal is a sign of ‘constitutional rot’ See in context

Republican senators swore an oath to their god, then lied and betrayed their oath and their nation.

It was not the constitution which failed, it was the character of the Republicans.

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Posted in: Ford to speed up push to electric autos, digitization See in context

Deadbetles shouldn look up Baku and the other ruined areas of petroleum extraction, then look into the smoggy sky and ask what the hell are we doing?

My entire household and both electric cars run on the power from the PV system on our roof. It paid back in three years in gasoline replacement alone, and now gives us free power for household and both cars.

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Posted in: When a vaccine that is proven to be effective against COVID-19 becomes available to all, will you take it? See in context

Inoculations are not just good sense, they are good citizenship.

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Posted in: Ambitious but controversial: Japan's new hydrogen project See in context

We cannot allow that carbon into the air.

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Posted in: Ambitious but controversial: Japan's new hydrogen project See in context

My PV system powers our household and two electric cars, having paid back in three years in gasoline savings alone. Now we get free house power and horsepower.

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Posted in: Who do you think the Japanese government would prefer to win the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday: Incumbent Donald Trump or challenger Joe Biden? See in context

Trump is headed to prison. Having served for 70 sessions in 24 months on a federal criminal grand jury, I assure you there is sufficient evidence for indictment, prosecution, and imprisonment of Donald Trump.

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Posted in: Fishermen oppose release of Fukushima water into ocean See in context

In the next earthquake those tanks will rupture.

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Posted in: LDP lawmaker apologizes for saying 'women lie' about sexual assaults See in context

People say that because that is what they would do.

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Posted in: Speaking positively about marijuana online leads to arrest of Japanese man and woman See in context

I would not be here without cannabis. With my PTS, it gives me relief from the terrible dreams.

Would I be arrested for saying this truth if I live there?

Ignorance in government is a terrible thing.

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Posted in: Hitachi scraps UK nuclear power plant project See in context

Left unsaid are the problems with metallurgy in the end caps of the reactors, made in China.

Nuclear power always was a Faustian bargain.

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Posted in: Japan reviews power line rules to bolster renewable energy See in context

Too little, too late.

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Posted in: Trump not ready to commit to election results if he loses See in context

Trump has no choice. He will no longer be president and no longer will have federal protection from those who will come to arrest him.

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Posted in: The Chicks, minus 'Dixie,' return with fiery new album See in context


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Posted in: What do you think are some effective measures to deal with cyber-bullying? See in context

Hunt them down and face them. Do it in public.

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Posted in: 3 key U.S. officials, including Fauci, in self-quarantine after COVID-19 exposure See in context

Trump has given us all of our worst American Disasters at once.

We have divisiveness like the Civil War, the disease of the 1918 Pandemic, and are in another Republican Great Depression, . . all at once!!

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Posted in: N Korean media silent on Kim's whereabouts as speculation on health rages See in context

Looks to me that the Mount Peiku Bloodline is geneticaly inferior.

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Posted in: As pandemic deepens, Trump cycles through targets to blame See in context

Whining, tantrums, excuses, lies, . . how did we wind up with this child?

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Posted in: Can a dictatorship better serve the public than a democracy in a pandemic? See in context

Why does this assume a dictator who knows what to do?

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Posted in: Sapporo Snow Festival ending after unprecedented lack of snow See in context

It is too late to stop climate change. We have destabilized a set of complex systems, and now the climate will oscillate between extremes until it falls into a new stable state. It may not be one conducive to Human habitat.

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Posted in: Kansai Electric to halt 2 reactors after missing antiterror deadline See in context

No personal penalties for the managers?

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Posted in: Australia has its hottest day on record; more to come See in context

WilliB is wrong all counts. IPCCs NOT a political organization. He fell for that, spread by the same folk who screamed "WMD!" at him.

He assumes scientists have the same sorry ethics we see in business, unaware of how science works. Inscience everything has to be proven, and there are always those who are trying to prove you wrong. This is not selling real estate of used cars, it depends on facts instead of opinion, something lost on those not in science.

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Posted in: Australia has its hottest day on record; more to come See in context

Left unsaid here is the beautiful fact the cleanest power available to power companies is also the cheapest. The City of Los Angeles contracted to buy power from a PV array and battery storage for under 2 cents/kWh daytime, and 3.3 cents/kWh at night with battery storage. The newest Vogtle Reactors almost finished in Georgia have construction costs so high the price of their power will be 15 cents/kWh.

Whose power do you want to buy?

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Posted in: Australia has its hottest day on record; more to come See in context

I suggest all look at the IPCC Summary and just the graphs of conditions. Draw your own conclusions, but do not ignore the evidence because you decide to not "believe" it.

Once again: Having earned a Master of Science in this field, I have watched as Big Money has perverted this issue into a political one, not being able to defend the science. The deniers are emotionally-welded to their positions based on political prejudice. We will not change their minds. but we can have them face the facts.

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Posted in: Australia has its hottest day on record; more to come See in context

I suggest Greenpeas look up the IPCC Summary with the graphs of actual conditions, and tell us what they find.

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