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  • weblypistol

    weblypistol

    March 11, 2015, 9:11 am

    Shermer is great usually, and at least he recognizes climate change is real and it's man made . However he cites Lomborg who is thoroughly discredited. As for Nordhaus, he argues for policy intervention and emission reduction. The effects of climate change are not shown and would be far more devastating than a net plus of saved lives by warmer winters. The polar bear argument doesn't seem to add anything to the matter, and the IPCC estimates are if anything conservative and certainly doesn't account for “future rapid dynamical changes in ice flow” .He really lets himself down with the economics though, his ideology here shining through and fails to account for the costs climate change will bring. The Stern Review argued that a 1% of GDP spend was required as opposed to 20% if nothing was done.The report has been attacked by some, but the thrust of the argument is sound. Investing in new technology and industries may even provide an economic gain. Free markets alone won't save us.

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  • utnapistim

    utnapistim

    March 10, 2015, 12:44 pm

    Realize that you are not actually **in love with him, but with your idea of him**. That idea is not real - it's just in your head.

    The way you see that, is when you are not able to see his flaws. Everybody has flaws, but you are not seeing his, because you're looking at your image of him - at what you want from him - not at him as he is). You're idealizing him.

    One other thing: relationships where you put the other on a pedestal _are almost impossible to form_, as idealizing someone is actually keeping that person at a distance (many people call that "don't put the pussy on a pedestal" - you're doing that in reverse).

    Also, realize that you're doing this to yourself _because you are getting something out of it_. The **hope of a relationship** with him is more important to you (more fulfilling on some level) than the relationship with a real person would be.

    To get out of this _you will have to do some "soul searching"_: try to see what you get out of this situation (is it the feeling of being in love? is it having a pseudo-relationship with an ideal person instead of accepting a real person with flaws in your life and having to deal with those flaws? Is it something else entirely?).

    Once you are able to see what you actually are there for (why you create that situation for yourself) you should become free from it (it is a very empowering feeling when that happens).

    Also, once you stop doing that to yourself, you will actually see him as he is (flaws and all). If you remain friends to that point, that should allow for a deeper friendship/relationship between you.

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  • bailbondusa

    bailbondusa

    March 11, 2015, 6:41 am

    Boise Bail bond agents are required to know the laws of the state and remain with ongoing education in the Boise bail bonds Industry. Bail may be granted after an arrest has happened. Depending on the jurisdiction and the characteristics of the offense, there is a possibility that accused for bail a few hours after finishing the booking process. This is especially true for is determined that the likelihood that the suspect escaping the immediate area are very low. The real amount of the bond can vary from a relatively small amount to an excessive amount at one time depends on the crime that the defendant is charged of and the threat it can take account of the public.

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  • memurolmak

    memurolmak

    March 10, 2015, 4:03 pm

    Birleşmiş Milletler Kalkınma Programı'nın (UNDP) ''2009 İnsani Gelişme Endeksi'' yayımlandı. Buna göre, ''dünyanın yaşamak için en iyi ülkesi'' ile ''en kötüsü'' belirlendi. Türkiye'nin sıralamadaki yeri de yapılan açıklamada yer aldı.

    Buna göre, Norveç, ''dünyanın yaşamak için en iyi ülke'' kategorisini korurken, Nijerya, 182 ülke arasında ''en kötüsü'' olarak belirlendi. Yüksek insani gelişim kategorisinde yer alan Türkiye ise 79. sırada bulunuyor.

    İnsani Gelişim Endeksi, Türkiye'nin, yüksek gelir düzeyine rağmen hala eğitim ve sağlık hizmetleri alanlarında yapması gerekenler olduğunu işaret ediyor.

    ''Yüksek İnsani Gelişim'' kategorisinde yer alan Bulgaristan, Romanya ve Makedonya gibi 18 ülke, daha düşük gelir seviyelerine rağmen Türkiye'den üst sıralarda bulunuyor. Bunun, Türkiye'nin yüksek gelir düzeyini insani gelişime dönüştürmek için daha fazla çaba harcaması gerektiğine dikkat çektiği ifade ediliyor.

    İndekse göre ''Çok Yüksek İnsani Gelişim'' kategorisinde Norveç'i Avustralya ve İzlanda takip ederken, Nijerya'dan sonra Afganistan ve Sierra Leone ''Düşük İnsani Gelişim'' kategorisinde yer aldı.

    UNDP'den yapılan açıklamada, ''Zaman içerisinde kayda değer gelişmelere rağmen ilerleme düzensiz oldu. Birçok ülke son yıllarda ekonomik darboğaz, savaş, AİDS salgını karşısında gerileme yaşadı ve bu hissedilen küresel ekonomik krizin etkisinden önceydi'' denildi.

    İndekse göre, Nijerya'da ortalama yaşam süresinin 50 olduğu, bunun Norveç'ten 30 yıl daha kısa olduğu belirtiliyor. ''Orta seviyede insani gelişim'' kategorisindeki ülkelerin yüzde 20'si ile karşılaştırıldığında, yoksul 24 ülkedeki halkın yarısının okuma yazma bilmediği kaydediliyor. Japonlar, 82.7 ortalama ile diğer ülkelerdekilerden uzun yaşadığı, savaş gören Afganistan'da ortalama yaşam süresinin 43.6 yıl olduğu belirtildi.

    Yıllık kişi başı gelirin ortalama 298 dolar olduğu Demokratik Kongo Cumhuriyeti'nde yaşan insanların ise en fakir insanlar olduğu ifade edildi.

    Çin, Venezuela, Peru, Kolombiya ve Fransa'nın daha fazla gelir ve uzun yaşam süresi ile önceki yıla göre listede 3-4 sıra üste çıktığı kaydedildi. Çin, Kolombiya ve Venezuela'nın ayrıca eğitimde daha da geliştiği belirtildi.

    1990 yılından bu yana yıllık insani gelişim indeksi yayımlayan UNDP, 1980 yılından bu yana insani gelişimin küresel olarak yüzde 15 oranında ilerlediğine dikkati çekiyor.

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  • shahar2k

    shahar2k

    March 10, 2015, 7:19 pm

    yah there ar ea lot of guys that downvote the [m] especially those that encounter gonewild on other (reddit/r/all) places

    I think splitting into male and female areas... it'll kind of defeat the point of being a place to be ok with your body, most guys (even those who have giant sausage syndrom) are shy about their bodies to a degree no? I mean how many posts start with "I cant believe I'm doing this but...." the fact that they KNOW it's not just guys looking at them, and that the women post too, encourages the guys, and the fact that the guys post too encourages the women.

    basically separate the two and you've kind of lost the whole thing that keeps people going.

    lemme know if I'm way off base here though,

    there's already someone who'se started a "gonewildfemale" group, he posts links directly to the comments on HERE for each pic, and I found that annoying at first, but really as a filter it works rather well so im ok with it. he is directing people to this community and not another one, so that's fine, the key is, stay inclusive, not exclusive, and people will feel welcome to join. and who doesnt want more people, male or female.

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  • KeithManiac

    KeithManiac

    March 11, 2015, 12:39 am

    I'm a Brit. If I'm honest I know next to nothing about it so I'm not qualified to make any kind of judgement. Like most people I should say. However I see that Ireland voted 'No' but were to told to try again, and now the new 'Yes' vote is supposedly more valid than their last attempt. I also see that Gordon our mighty leader is for it so the cynic in me thinks it must be a bad thing. But then like I said, I'm not qualified to judge.

    I should probably read up on it what it's all about but I'm too apathetic.

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  • Imagist

    Imagist

    March 10, 2015, 7:38 pm

    There used to be a little cupboard under our basement stairs when I was little. I was never afraid of the space before and in fact hid in it a few times during hide and seek.

    One day I go down the stairs and I notice that the panty door is open slightly. I give it a push and it opens, but the pantry isn't there. It was just empty blackness. Like the stupid, overly inquisitive child I was, I reached into the dark. Something in the darkness grabbed my hand and pulled me into the darkness and I started falling and suddenly awoke screaming.

    It was a bright, sunny summer day outside (I had overslept) so I mustered up the courage and with all the lights on, I went downstairs. Much to my relief, the door was closed. Just to make absolutely sure that it had just been a dream, I opened the door. The pantry wasn't there, it was just empty blackness. Needless to say, I freaked shit. I recoiled from the door, but it started to expand and consume everything and I fell into it and I was falling and I awoke screaming.

    This time I was really awake, but I didn't try to check whether it had really been a dream because I was way too freaked out. I certainly never played hide and seek there again.

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  • astronomicon

    astronomicon

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 am

    No opinions on stars I'm afraid... anything smaller than a galaxy can be safely ignored as far as my work is concerned :)

    Many many good experiences with high-altitude observing and drinking. People get drunk *really* fast at the top of Mauna Kea.

    Weirdest... not sure what you mean I'm afraid. There are lots of weird galaxies and objects, but the reasons for their weirdness might not seem interesting to non-experts. I mean, a galaxy with a slightly different radial metallicity gradient would be weird and exciting to me (!), but would be boring as hell to anyone who doesn't work in the field, because they would miss the significance.

    Mars trips? Yeah, good idea I guess. Will improve the survival prospects of the human race, which can't be a bod thing.

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  • ijoinedjusttosay

    ijoinedjusttosay

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    Sorry, I think you've quite understandably misunderstood. I meant to remark on how exponential growth kicks ass.

    At 1% (cumulative) growth per iteration, a principle will double at 70 iterations. If you bet $500 and won $5, then $505 and won $5.05, etc, you'd be up to $1000 in 70 hands. Not quite the same as what you're literally doing (since your accumulation happens much less frequently, perhaps on a per-session basis or even less), but should show off the significance of exponential growth.

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  • EnderMB

    EnderMB

    March 10, 2015, 7:49 am

    You've already started to do nearly everything I'd recommend, like walking everywhere, drinking only water and spreading meals out. I'd top that off by cutting out any food in the late evening and an intense workout late at night to burn off any calories your body may want to keep hold of while you sleep. I cannot recommend walking enough! If it's possible I'd ditch the car altogether and just walk or cycle everywhere.

    I'd second the fruit idea. Be creative with it by trying fruit that you usually wouldn't eat and ensuring that when you need to snack you have something you like to eat that'll actually help you. Blueberries are extremely good for you and a fruit that very few people seem to choose.

    As someone who suffers from physical problems I would recommend that you consult a physician regarding your intended diet plans. Given an assessment of your physical constraints they could give you advice that could potentially save you from burning out or severely injuring yourself. The last thing you need when you're losing weight is to throw your back out and be forced to lie in bed for weeks. It's important to make sure that you tire yourself out but don't wreck yourself in the process.

    The notion that the weight won't be lost for ages is nonsense. People can lose weight extremely quickly, but it's not recommended to do so. If you follow the advice given to you here you'll start to lose weight extremely quickly once again, but if this keeps up this could make you ill. Be sure to take a day off now and again just so that you don't burn out, otherwise after a month or two you might just quit altogether and put the weight back on.

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  • thrakhath

    thrakhath

    March 11, 2015, 5:01 am

    You don't have to break it to me, I'm a game programmer. I'm familiar with these sorts of distinctions for a living. I actually thought about your comment while I was writing it but assumed /r/gaming would just *know* instinctively, what I was talking about.

    Even though real-time games are typically run with a sort of "turn" mechanism at the bottom with a single "turn" being a very small frame of time (like, 0.03 seconds), the fundamental difference is that you can slice time much more finely. Whereas in a turn-based game things rarely happen in half a turn, or a quarter of a turn, or 0.03'ths of a turn. Things also may take multiple turns, but on an integer step: two turns, five turns, never four and a quarter turns.

    Furthermore, to facilitate this ability to slice time thinner and thinner units occupy positions that can be narrower and narrower. Even if the game has a grid (like Red Alert) units can be between squares at any point in time. In a turn-based situation, a unit is in a certain one or more spaces at the beginning/end of its turn. It is never between grids except for animations.

    DF has far more in common with TB than RT. Dwarves occupy a given square at any given moment no matter how small you slice your time units. Dwarves move a fixed number of squares per turn, so does water. Notice how if you have four squares of 2,2,2, and 3 water the three just slides along the top instead of having 2.25 in each pool? That sort of mechanism runs all the way through DF.

    Yes, I know DF plays more like an RTS, I was only making a technical distinction.

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  • Qooop

    Qooop

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 am

    I was driving down a country road in Arkansas where there were no other cars visible to me when I came upon an armadillo that had apparently just been struck by a car. He was not dead but instead he was flipping high up into the air, I am talking 3-5 feet flipping end over end. I have never seen an armadillo jump let alone flip up like that. I suppose he had had some type of neurological injury and his muscles were spasmming but it was very creepy.

    The othe creepy animal encounter I had was in Florida when I stopped to buy a newspaper out of a rack. I put in my quarter and opened up the door when a large snake struck out a me from inside. It scared me so I let go ov the door which was on a fairly strong spring closure. It closed hard upon the snake catching it about halfway along its body. I got back in my car and watched the snake writhing around stuck halfway out of the case. I doubt anyone bought any more of those papers that day.

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  • kocgiri

    kocgiri

    March 10, 2015, 2:50 pm

    That's the thing, if you live in Kennesaw, Georgia there probably isn't anything wrong with having a firearm. It isn't dangerous in a small town, and rural gun owners actually use guns for things like hunting that don't cause problems for society.

    I live in New York City, with a population roughly 266 times the size of Kennesaw. Here guns are used by thugs and the police, not farmers hunting or doing whatever it is rural people do with their firearms. Here, guns kill innocent people. We cannot afford to allow handguns on the streets.

    What we need is a national approach that addresses both rural needs for gun rights and my desire to not be shot. Maybe have stricter restrictions in the cities and a nation-wide ban on guns that clearly have no purpose but to be used against your fellow man, while allowing rural citizens to continue using rifles, shot-guns etc.

    And btw, I have shot a gun before. Wasn't that interesting, but hey, whatever does it for you.

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  • cdwillis

    cdwillis

    March 10, 2015, 9:30 am

    This reminds me of Jason Bateman's character in the movie Juno. It sounds more or less like these guys aren't allowed to to have their stuff in the main living area of the house, so it's delegated to their "man cave." Blaming the man cave on the divorce could be accurate. I mean, why would you want to stay in a relationship where your belongings are hidden away like some source of shame. Only the wife is allowed to express her sense of style in the household. This is just some speculation on my part. I don't have a wife or kids. Maybe a man cave is really just fortress of solitude where a man can think and get away from the troubles that plague him.

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  • tartullian

    tartullian

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 pm

    As a Czech and one of the two countries that stands somewhat against the lisbon treaty I feel this is a historic debate about how small(er) countries are treated in Europe. Much like the US just bailing out on missle defense and the european inaction when Russia invaded a sovergin state this past year we are weary of any power consolidation and the adverse political effects of these changes. Loosing control of ones own currency for example doesnt seem like a "win" unless you trust your own less than former Deutche bank executives...

    I am personally concerned that this treaty represents significant changes to the EU system of governance and yet not everyone got a vote (some countries just "approved it").

    poll:

    1)Pro-EU but size shouldnt matter

    2)I believe most others are indifferent

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  • fmotl33

    fmotl33

    March 10, 2015, 10:42 pm

    All incorporated bodies (*artificial persons*) need license from the body or society under which they are incorporated.

    In this case, depending on the jurisdiction in which they are incorporated, will need license from the original jurisdiction of Montana State, the incorporated Montana State (which is itself a corporation), or the incorporated United States (incorporated in the District of Columbia).

    The first of these would be very difficult as it would require the original jurisdiction to convene, the second and third would be equal as corporate bodies are in partnership.

    Only natural persons (human being present at law with the capability for duties and obligations) do not need license to do what is already lawful at common law.

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  • victorria

    victorria

    March 10, 2015, 9:59 am

    I put on something funny like Arrested Development and I just get over it. It's not that I'm ignoring the issue, it's just that when I start laughing about ridiculous and insignificant things, it makes me realize I shouldn't take everything so seriously. So we all have to die some day, big deal. We might as well enjoy the precious time we have. Don't waste your life thinking about death, that would be the real tragedy.

    On the other hand, I think it's important to contemplate death from time to time so you can learn to accept it. My sister avoids thinking about death ever, so when someone she knows dies, she really doesn't handle it well. It's not healthy.

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