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Former US ambassador to Indonesia Paul Wolfowitz “Gwenyth Todd” the US Navy and Iran

June 4, 2017

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US revelations, just tip of the iceberg: Todd

Interview with Gwenyth Todd
Fri Nov 1, 2013


Press TV: For the viewers to get a better picture of what is going on, would you care to elaborate a bit more on your story particularly?

Todd: Sure. Under the Bush administration, George Bush had the neoconservatives who were looking for a war with Iran and ironically led in part by former US ambassador to Indonesia Paul Wolfowitz, and they were trying to come up with a way to use the US Navy to start a war with Iran by getting the Iranians to shoot at our ships.

And I stepped in and did what I had to, to stop it.

And as a result, I upset my government very much and the Bahraini government and I will not be returning to either place any time soon.

I am an…

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The Cats and Dogs of War – Ukraine crisis Frontline diary peace philologist Александр КОЦ , Дмитрий СТЕШИН

June 1, 2017

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  1. The dogs of war
  2. In English, the dogs of war is a phrase from Act 3, Scene 1, line 273 of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar: “Cry ‘Havoc!’, and let slip the dogs of war”. Wikipedia


Frontline diary peace philologist

Electronic notes Elena Lavrov, a resident of the besieged Gorlovki, in tone remarkably similar blogs Leningrad-blockade[video, photos, updated]

August 2014go.

“… Every evening, a group of believers bypasses perimeter our neighborhood with icons and prayers.Defenders of the local scale.But touching! .. Today … suddenly wanted to cry.Had to suppress this stupid desire, because it is pointless and unproductive.The desire to cry will not appear in the house water is not available in stores food for cats and for themselves.It remains to grit your teeth and endure … … When the Ukrainian army shells smashed system, feed water, the whole neighborhood went builder with large plastic…

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Ideas for Skinning the Writing about Reading Cat

May 30, 2017

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Ideas for Skinning the Writing about Reading Cat

May 30, 2017

To Make a Prairie

Skinning a Cat

By now, we all know the emphasis the Common Core has placed on writing about texts, and we’re also aware of the effects that has had on writing: The writing of poetry has vanished in far too many schools while the five-paragraph essay has become institutionalized as the way to respond to what the Common Core says is “the special place” argument holds in the Standards. And too often this has resulted in writing that’s functional and mechanical but not terribly meaningful or interesting to read.

Patrick Sullivan, the author of the NCTE piece “The UnEssay: Making Room for Creativity in the Composition Classroom,” connects these results with “the kind of reductionism promoted by the Common Core Standards and the powerful, entrenched interest of the testing consortia,” And to push back on these forces, I want to offer some alternative ways for writing about reading. As in my first “

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Did Google Just Control The Weather?!?

May 28, 2017

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Did Google Just Control The Weather?!?

May 28, 2017

ClimateViewer News

By Lak Lakshmanan, Technical Lead Big Data Professional Services and Matthew Feigal, Google Cloud Customer Engineer

How Google Wind uses machine learning to predict rain and then orchestrate Dutch windmills accordingly

Holland is one of the greatest countries to live in, but the one downside is that it rains most of the time. Rainfall has increased in the last century (18% since 1906, source KNMI), making the Dutch complain about the weather more than ever. That’s why Google Netherlands Cloud Platform team is launching Google Wind.

We leveraged existing Dutch infrastructure to realize this moonshot in record time. Google Wind uses machine learning to recognize cloud patterns and orchestrate a network of windmills* when rain is approaching. Test results look very promising, We’re proud to announce that from April 1st we’re able to help ensure clearer skies for everyone in Holland.

The data processing behind it all


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AH-64 Apache helicopter in my front yard – Jim Lee of ClimateViewer

May 20, 2017

Source: AH-64 Apache helicopter in my front yard – Jim Lee of ClimateViewer

AH-64 Apache helicopter in my front yard – Jim Lee of ClimateViewer

May 20, 2017

“my father was a nuclear launch officer”

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For the record, I love our U.S. military servicemen and women. I was born on Vandenberg AFB where my father was a nuclear launch officer and my grandfather built the runway at Shaw AFB near my home in Sumter, South Carolina. The 3rd Army just moved in at Shaw and this helicopter was likely training at the bombing range in Manchester State Forest, which is behind my house. I was amazed at how steady the Apache was as it hovered 15 feet off the ground for over ten minutes; it might as well have been parked on pavement. I would hate to be on the receiving end of those 30mm shells or a Hellfire missile, and I am thankful that I never will. Now if I could only get the jets to stop buzzing my house below 500 feet as they pound the bombing range, three times a day, that…

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DC LEAKS: Hillary Clinton Supports Geoengineering, err, Climate Intervention

May 20, 2017

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DC LEAKS: Hillary Clinton Supports Geoengineering, err, Climate Intervention

May 20, 2017

ClimateViewer News

Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta co-founded the Energy Future Coalition Steering Committee in 2002 and the latest DC Leaks contain a March 2015 meeting where they discuss how to fund geoengineering studies!  Most people know that Clinton is a climate change lobbyist’s dream come true, but nobody knew that she’s willing to block out the sun with planes spewing chemicals to save us from global warming!  This meeting follows the CIA funded reports of the National Research Council and National Academy of Science where public relations gurus decided to try to re-brand “geoengineering” as “climate intervention.” 

The story goes like this:

  1. Polls show people hate the idea of controlling the weather, even to stop global warming.
  2. Climate change advocates say people won’t stop polluting, so climate engineering must be studied.
  3. Geoengineering advocates started calling for funding immediately following the COP21 conference, something that was planned in this meeting.
  4. The CIA et al…

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