621: Gun Extremists

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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May 29th, 2014
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Hi Adam,
Good news, I set up dedicated Bittorrent sync servers in our clouds as
well as my desktop computer in our Sofia office. I'm syncing the
latest show folder, the archive and the jamesy archive folders also .
I set servers up in:
- San Jose, CA
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- Sofia, Bulgaria (my desktop :)
With the exception of Sofia, they all sit on multiple 10GigE pipes
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unlimited bandwidth so I hope this helps with faster distribution to
listeners. Also, I'll add nodes in Miami and Hawaii in the next couple
of months as we add cloud locations there.
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Kate Middleton und ihr nackter Po: die sch¶nsten Po-Fotos des Wochenendes - Leute - Bild.de
Wed, 28 May 2014 18:47
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Japanese feet dragging email
Hi Adam.
So... ( ups I just did a Dvorak there ) wondering why the japanese drag their feet when walking.
I might know something about it.
I am a student of Okinawan traditional martial arts (Kobujutsu) and my sensei , and his sensei (Julian Mead- RKAGB.com ) trained in Japan.
They always insist on staying as low to the ground as possible when practicing the techniques and tell us the japanese refer to westerners way of walking and stance as “penguins” , because we do not feel or use the lower half of our body (the core-or hara ) as we should, in short, we do not use the body to its full potential, we raise our energy and stamina to the upper part of the body.
Many westerners find it difficult to feel the lower part of their body when doing yoga, tai chi or some other practice that exercises your “core”.
My teachers say it comes more natural to asian people to walk more “grounded” and they were saying that asian women have some difficulty walking on high heels because of that.
So, that’s about it.
Hope it was at least mildly entertaining.
Enjoying immensely the Tokyoblog 😃
PS: I live in Romania , on a 300 $/month income, so , until the tides turn I'll remain a non donating douchebag, though I still try to “hit people in the mouth” as often as I can.
Thank you !
Constantin
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No Agenda Knight means business! [email]
In the middle of a fence dispute with my next door neighbor and literately pulled a sword on him today when he stormed into my garage uninvited and screaming and threatening me... he backed off and kept his head.
Seriously. I pulled a sword on someone today.
Report filed with the sheriff so feel free to use this on the show
Sir Russell of Idaho and Baronet of the Angry Swords!
Jimmy Dore Show podcast comment
Adam & John,
Greetings from Gitmo Nation Southwest Florida. I do not know if you aware of the accusations made on the The Jimmy Dore Show Podcast - Episode of May 23,2014. The podcast can be found here:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/thejimmydoreshow/The_Jimmy_Dore_Show_5-23-14.mp3
Nevertheless, if you start at 1:08:12 which is at the closing of the show he says the following:
We are going to give out birthday shoutouts...you make a donation and we are going to give out a birthday shoutout...I have heard other shows doing it and in fact there is that other show, one podcast that played our bit, they ripped us off! They played our NPR bit that was written by Marc Van Landuyt and it was voiced by Mark Thompson. Someone gave me the heads up and its called the NoAgenda podcast. So they played our bit and didnt say a word, just played it. Played it and they laughed all the way through it and they didn't credit it. I don't know if you guys know...that's called stealing...and that's unethical. Hilarious that it's coming from a podcast called NoAgenda. Obviously your agenda is a little underhanded and nefarious. I was listening to them and I guess people really like their show only the guys are pretty dumb about most of the stuff I heard them talk about...they talk about Net Neutrality...or they are being paid...perhaps they are FoxNews people..blah, blah, blah!!!
http://www.jimmydorecomedy.com/
Anyway, I thought it was an unfair attack on you both. Would love to hear your comments if you think it would be of interest to the listeners on the next show.
Thanks and keep up the great work.
Elliot
Naples, Florida
London revealed as the cocaine capital of Europe by highest levels of the drug are found in sewage water anywhere on continent
Thu, 29 May 2014 00:34
New study finds UK capital has highest amounts of cocaine in waste waterLevels of benzoylecgonine, main chemical in cocaine, triple those of ParisCharity warns users of health risks, includinganxiety and paranoiaCrime minister plays down research, insisting technique 'unproven'Study also shows split in Europe, with crystal meth taking hold in the EastBy Richard Spillett
Published: 04:46 EST, 28 May 2014 | Updated: 08:02 EST, 28 May 2014
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London could have the highest levels of cocaine use of any city in Europe, a new report suggests.
Researchers tested the amount of a number of illegal substances in the waste water of cities across the continent in a bid to assess Europe's drug habits.
They found London had the highest levels of cocaine of any of the 42 cities tested, well above that of other capitals including Amsterdam and Paris.
London's sewage water contained 711mg of benzoylecgonine, the main chemical in cocaine, per 1,000 people, compared to 393 in Amsterdam, 243 in Paris and 233 in Milan.
Levels in London's water were nearly double those recorded in a similar study two years ago, results show.
The study, by the Lisbon-based European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Addiction, also highlighted an apparent East-West divide in drugs used.
While the populations of cities in Western Europe were more likely to cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis, Eastern European citizens are more likely to be developing a crystal meth habit.
SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND? DRUG LEVELS OVER THE WEEKThe research shows how levels of drugs in waste water rise and fall over the week.
In London, the amount of cocaine in the water increases to 904mg on Saturday, compared to a 799mg average on weekdays.
The amount of crystal meth in the capital's water trebles on a Saturday and levels of ecstasy jump from 27mg per 1,000 people on a weekday to 69mg on a Saturday.
Prague had the highest levels of crystal meth in its water, at 327mg per 1,000 people, the Czech city of Budweis the second highest and Bratislava in Slovakia the third highest.
Cannabis appears to be the drug of choice in France and southern Europe, with the highest levels recorded in Paris, Barcelona and Athens.
UK government statistics state that around one in 12 adults used illegal drugs in 2012, but only one in 50 took Class A drugs like cocaine.
Following the publication of the research, Marcus Roberts, chief executive of charity DrugScope, warned cocaine users about its dangers.
Mr Roberts said: 'While government data shows that powder cocaine use been falling since 2008/09, it remains the second most commonly used illicit substance in the UK.
A new study of water across Europe suggests London has the highest cocaine use of any of the cities tested
'But it is a harmful drug and users should be aware of the risks. Cocaine is a powerful stimulant which may place strain on the heart.
'When taken in large doses, people can experience extreme anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations and regular use can lead to dependence.'
But London's worrying position as the continent's cocaine capital was today played down by the Home Office, which criticised the new research.
Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker has played down the research, insisting drug use in Britain is falling
Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker said: 'Waste water analysis is an emerging and as such unproven technique for measuring the prevalence of drugs.
'Studies in the UK, including figures from the independent Crime Survey for England and Wales, show that drug usage remains at its lowest level since records began in 1996.
'We will however continue to review new ideas and techniques as they are developed to ensure the UK has robust systems in place to measure and track drug prevalence.'
The report's authors have defended the research, stating: 'Waste water analysis provides the possibility to collect and report measurements more quickly and regularly than is the current norm for national surveys.
'If used more routinely as a complement to other European drug surveillance methods, it has the clear potential to shed extra light on drug use trends in Europe, including the use of new psychoactive substances.'
Some experts have suggested the methods can actually be more accurate than studies based on questionnaires because those answering surveys are not always honest.
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Let's Get Real: Santa Barbara Was a Terrorist Act - The Daily Beast
Wed, 28 May 2014 02:00
U.S. News05.26.14
A person who hates a group of people and goes out and kills them indiscriminately'--we call that person a terrorist, right? Only sometimes.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation defines terrorism as ''the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof in furtherance of political or social objectives.'' So why don't we consider the Santa Barbara shooter a terrorist?
On Friday, a 22-year-old gunman went on a shooting rampage in and around the area of the University of California at Santa Barbara, ultimately killing six people before committing suicide. (Note: I will not name the shooter, for reasons about which I have previously written.) Prior to the carnage, the shooter posted a YouTube video and distributed a 137-page manifesto largely attributing his violent anger to his inability to date and have sex with women.
But the shooter's rant wasn't merely woe-is-me self-pity. He actively blamed and condemned women'--not just individually, but as a categorical whole'--for his shortcomings. ''It's not fair. You girls have never been attracted to me. I don't know why you girls have never been attracted to me, but I will punish you all for it,'' the shooter said in the video.
In telegraphing his rampage, the shooter said he planned to ''slaughter every single spoiled, stuck-up, blond slut I see.''
''If I can't have you girls, I will destroy you,'' said the shooter. ''You will finally see that I am in truth the superior one. The true Alpha Male.''
Sally Kohn joins CNN to explain why the Santa Barbara shooter's misogyny makes him a terrorist.
As Elizabeth Plank and Jessica Valenti and several other writers have pointed out, the shooter's rants are the very definition of misogyny. And the hatred of women is not a random personal twitch but a deeply ingrained worldview'--let's call it an ideology, even'--with social and political implications. Misogyny is so real and dangerous that the Southern Poverty Law Center tracks extremist anti-women organizations among other threatening hate groups. Valenti writes:
According to his family, Rodger was seeking psychiatric treatment. But to dismiss this as a case of a lone ''madman'' would be a mistake.
Doing so not only stigmatizes the mentally ill'--who are much more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators of it'--but glosses over the role that misogyny and gun culture play (and just how foreseeable violence like this is) in a sexist society. After all, while it is unclear what role Rodger's reportedly poor mental health played in the alleged crime, the role of misogyny is obvious.
In telegraphing his rampage, the shooter said he planned to ''slaughter every single spoiled, stuck-up, blond slut I see.''
And Plank noted data analysis showing that female students are twice as likely to be injured in school shootings as male students. This is in addition to what is more widely known, although rarely discussed as such'--namely, the fact that the vast majority of mass shootings are committed by men.
I'm not saying all men or even most men who commit mass shooting rampages are explicit misogynists, but that the UCSB shooter most clearly and definitely was. Nor am I saying that mental illness didn't play some role in the UCSB shooter's acts. Of course it did.
But arguably, mental instability of some sort plays a role in all mass acts of violence, including those we traditionally label terrorism. Whether it's the neo-Nazi extremist who shot and killed six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in 2012, the Islamic extremist who killed 13 people in Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009, or the anti-government radical who killed 168 people in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, there are sadly but undoubtedly many people in our nation and in the world who share the ideologies of these terrorists but do not resort to insane murder rampages.
The people who commit mass acts of violence are crazy. Some are also ideologically motivated. We call them terrorists. And yet while in America we're quick to recognize and politicize the broader implications of Islamic extremism, misogyny is treated not as an ideology but simply a sub-category of crazy.
That not only ignores but quietly allows misogyny-as-ideology to go unexamined in all its other forms, from domestic violence to date rape to street harassment to economic inequality and more'--chalking injustice up to individual aberrations rather than a system of dehumanization that is both perpetuated and protected by our social, political, and economic structures.
If the Santa Barbara shooter had been Muslim, and left the same sorts of video screeds and more, our government and media would undoubtedly be labeling this incident as terrorism. Just as an Islamic fundamentalist terrorist sets out to kill American infidels simply because they are ''American infidels,'' the Santa Barbara shooter set out to kill women simply because they were women. You tell me the difference. To fail to label the latter terrorism suggests a politicized use of the term, one interested in defending Judeo-Christian Americans and values, but not women.
The fact of misogyny America is not an accident. It is as deliberate as the shooting in Santa Barbara Friday night. Those who seek to perpetuate misogyny, to actively further the subjugation and suffering of women, are not just nut-balls but adherents of a very specific and very ugly social and political ideology. And those who take up weapons and kill large numbers of people in furtherance of that ideology? They're terrorists.
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NYTimes: Why Can’t Doctors Identify Killers?
We
have always had — and always will have — Adam Lanzas and Elliot
Rodgers. The sobering fact is that there is little we can do to predict
or change human behavior, particularly violence; it is a lot easier to
control its expression, and to limit deadly means of self-expression. In
every state, we should prevent individuals with a known history of
serious psychiatric illness or substance abuse, both of which predict
increased risk of violence, from owning or purchasing guns.
But until we make changes like that, the tragedy of mass killings will remain a part of American life.
Santa Barbara Shooter's Therapist Has Ties With Hollywood - The Hollywood Reporter
Wed, 28 May 2014 16:58
Elliot Rodger, left, and Dr. Charles Sophy
A version of this story first appeared in the June 6 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
High-profile and controversial Beverly Hills psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy was treating Santa Barbara shooter Elliot Rodger during a key period within the year leading up to the May 23 massacre that resulted in seven deaths (including his own), as well as 13 injuries -- according to Rodger's own 137-page manifesto.
REPORT: Santa Barbara Shooting Suspect's Parents Tried to Find Him During Killing Spree
Sophy, a prominent Southern California physician who has served as the medical director of the County of Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services for more than a decade, has in the past been criticized for continuing with his busy role at the troubled mental health agency (where systemic breakdowns contributed to deaths) while maintaining a lucrative private practice and frequent media appearances. His client list is said to have included Paris Hilton, former Spice Girl Mel B and the late Russell Armstrong (whose suicide after battering wife Taylor was central to an early season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills). At the same time, he has provided on-air expertise on programs ranging from Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew to Flipping Out.
Sophy, one of a number of therapists Rodger met with over the years, did not respond to a request for comment about his care for the 22-year-old, who grew up in the celebrity-studded suburb of Calabasas to parents involved in the film industry. (Father Peter Rodger was an assistant director on the first Hunger Games film, while mother Li Chin, an on-set nurse, once dated George Lucas.)
STORY: Santa Barbara Shooting Suspect Is Son of 'Hunger Games' Second-Unit Director
Rodger's manifesto, "My Twisted World," describes sporadic ongoing treatment sessions, which ended shortly before the fall 2013 school semester. Sophy, after having unsuccessfully paired the patient -- who his family has said was diagnosed on the Asperger's spectrum -- with a series of socialization counselors in the Santa Barbara area, suggested "prescribing me a controversial medication, Risperidone," Rodger wrote. Risperidone is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. "After researching this medication, I found that it was the absolute wrong thing for me to take," he wrote. (Growth of male breast tissue has been among the reported side effects.) "I refused to take it," he went on, "and I never saw Dr. Sophy again after that."
Rodgers explains that, soon after, he began to make specific plans for "the final dark chapter of my life."
Dr. Charles Sophy's dual roles are questioned - Los Angeles Times
Tue, 27 May 2014 20:29
Dr. Charles Sophy, a psychiatrist and medical director for L.A. County's'... (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles'...)
Dr. Charles Sophy, medical director for Los Angeles County's beleaguered child welfare agency, carries two cellphones in his pocket.
One BlackBerry tethers him to his county job, where he is responsible for the mental health needs of nearly 20,000 foster children. The second '-- kept in a plastic case adorned with images of dollar bills '-- is reserved for his Beverly Hills-based private psychiatric practice, where his patients have included Paris Hilton, and for scheduling appearances on television interview and reality shows. Among his recent on-camera sessions was counseling of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member Taylor Armstrong and her husband, Russell, before Russell Armstrong committed suicide Aug. 15.
The two phones, Sophy said, signal his commitment to strictly segregate his public and private worlds. Despite those efforts, the two roles have overlapped in ways that have attracted attention.
Some say the county is fortunate to have a nationally recognized mental health expert on staff and that Sophy has made significant improvements in foster child care. But others argue that he has grown gradually more distracted over the years, and they question his commitment to the $256,000 county post.
"He's a guy who is preoccupied. I think the county comes second. Why is he involved in all this outside work when he has a house that is not in order at DCFS?" asked Aubrey Manual, president of a local foster parent association.
Sophy and the executive team in charge of the Department of Children and Family Services have come under repeated criticism for systemic breakdowns that contributed to the fatalities of children under their supervision. Sophy's unit has been specifically faulted in some of those deaths, and Supervisor Gloria Molina harshly scolded him in a closed-door meeting this year, according to officials familiar with the exchange.
Specifically, the department has been faulted for slow progress implementing a legal settlement that requires it to dramatically improve care for thousands of mentally ill children requiring intensive treatment.
Yet Sophy still enjoys high regard among many in the child welfare community, and he said county officials recently asked him to apply to lead the agency. Even some of the agency's most trenchant critics praise him.
Kim Lewis, the lead plaintiff attorney in the class action against the county, said Sophy has been an effective partner. Furthermore, she said it was important that Sophy is the longest-serving member in the agency's management team, a group notorious for its revolving door.
"I think he is one of the few folks who brings a sense of continuity to the important issues, and I think he has shown himself to care significantly about the issues and the kids," Lewis said. "I think he is an advocate for change."
Sophy, 50, maintains that he gets more out of helping the underprivileged than the rich and famous, pointing to his own background as the son of a Pennsylvania coal miner as evidence of his connection to hard-scrabble life. He earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, worked as a psychiatrist for the county Department of Mental Health and has been medical director since 2003.
"Honest to God, this is where my heart is," Sophy said in his government office, where the walls are covered with diplomas, children's artwork and photos of his 9-year-old son. "I put it all into perspective. There are many times I go to see my patients in 90210 and I'm like, 'Do you have any idea that I was just in a home where they didn't have dinner?'"
Sophy, who has a personal publicist who promotes him to various news outlets, has devoted a growing portion of his time to his more glamorous endeavors. This year alone, he has appeared on nearly 20 news programs, including 11 appearances on NBC's "Today" show.
In 2007, he took extended lunch breaks from his county job to visit Hilton in jail and meet with sheriff's officials to tell them that the Lynwood lockup was imperiling her mental health. Sophy said the trips were approved by Trish Ploehn, the agency's director at the time.
The same year, Sophy frequently appeared on TV as an expert commentator on the case of Nadya Suleman, the Whittier woman who gave birth to octuplets after treatment by a fertility physician.
Suleman's situation caused numerous calls to the county's child abuse hotline, and department officials say they are strictly barred from speaking about such cases.
Nevertheless, Sophy went on CNN's "Larry King Live" to offer his opinion on Suleman. "I think it's an outrageous number of children," he said.
Sophy said he believed the interview did not pose a conflict of interest, because the department had not initiated a formal investigation of Suleman in L.A. County.
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Wed, 28 May 2014 17:00
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Nearly Every Mass Shooting In The Last 20 Years Shares One Thing In Common, And It Isn't Weapons - Liberty Crier
Wed, 28 May 2014 23:19
By Dan Roberts
Manasquan, NJ --(Ammoland.com)- Nearly every mass shooting incident in the last twenty years, and multiple other instances of suicide and isolated shootings all share one thing in common, and its not the weapons used.
The overwhelming evidence suggests the single largest common factor in all of these incidents is that all of the perpetrators were either actively taking powerful psychotropic drugs or had been at some point in the immediate past before they committed their crimes.
Multiple credible scientific studies going back more then a decade, as well as internal documents from certain pharmaceutical companies that suppressed the information show that SSRI drugs ( Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors ) have well known, but unreported side effects, including but not limited to suicide and other violent behavior. One need only Google relevant key words or phrases to see for themselves. www.ssristories.com is one popular site that has documented over 4500 '' Mainstream Media '' reported cases from around the World of aberrant or violent behavior by those taking these powerful drugs'...
'...On to the list of mass shooters and the stark link to psychotropic drugs.
Eric Harris age 17 (first on Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 (Columbine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado), killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves. Klebold's medical records have never been made available to the public.Jeff Weise, age 16, had been prescribed 60 mg/day of Prozac (three times the average starting dose for adults!) when he shot his grandfather, his grandfather's girlfriend and many fellow students at Red Lake, Minnesota. He then shot himself. 10 dead, 12 wounded.Cory Baadsgaard, age 16, Wahluke (Washington state) High School, was on Paxil (which caused him to have hallucinations) when he took a rifle to his high school and held 23 classmates hostage. He has no memory of the event.Chris Fetters, age 13, killed his favorite aunt while taking Prozac.Christopher Pittman, age 12, murdered both his grandparents while taking Zoloft.Mathew Miller, age 13, hanged himself in his bedroom closet after taking Zoloft for 6 days.Kip Kinkel, age 15, (on Prozac and Ritalin) shot his parents while they slept then went to school and opened fire killing 2 classmates and injuring 22 shortly after beginning Prozac treatment.Luke Woodham, age 16 (Prozac) killed his mother and then killed two students, wounding six others.A boy in Pocatello, ID (Zoloft) in 1998 had a Zoloft-induced seizure that caused an armed stand off at his school.Michael Carneal (Ritalin), age 14, opened fire on students at a high school prayer meeting in West Paducah, Kentucky. Three teenagers were killed, five others were wounded..A young man in Huntsville, Alabama (Ritalin) went psychotic chopping up his parents with an ax and also killing one sibling and almost murdering another.Andrew Golden, age 11, (Ritalin) and Mitchell Johnson, aged 14, (Ritalin) shot 15 people, killing four students, one teacher, and wounding 10 others.TJ Solomon, age 15, (Ritalin) high school student in Conyers, Georgia opened fire on and wounded six of his class mates.Rod Mathews, age 14, (Ritalin) beat a classmate to death with a bat.James Wilson, age 19, (various psychiatric drugs) from Breenwood, South Carolina, took a .22 caliber revolver into an elementary school killing two young girls, and wounding seven other children and two teachers.Elizabeth Bush, age 13, (Paxil) was responsible for a school shooting in PennsylvaniaJason Hoffman (Effexor and Celexa) '' school shooting in El Cajon, CaliforniaJarred Viktor, age 15, (Paxil), after five days on Paxil he stabbed his grandmother 61 times.Chris Shanahan, age 15 (Paxil) in Rigby, ID who out of the blue killed a woman.Jeff Franklin (Prozac and Ritalin), Huntsville, AL, killed his parents as they came home from work using a sledge hammer, hatchet, butcher knife and mechanic's file, then attacked his younger brothers and sister.Neal Furrow (Prozac) in LA Jewish school shooting reported to have been court-ordered to be on Prozac along with several other medications.Kevin Rider, age 14, was withdrawing from Prozac when he died from a gunshot wound to his head. Initially it was ruled a suicide, but two years later, the investigation into his death was opened as a possible homicide. The prime suspect, also age 14, had been taking Zoloft and other SSRI antidepressants.Alex Kim, age 13, hanged himself shortly after his Lexapro prescription had been doubled.Diane Routhier was prescribed Welbutrin for gallstone problems. Six days later, after suffering many adverse effects of the drug, she shot herself.Billy Willkomm, an accomplished wrestler and a University of Florida student, was prescribed Prozac at the age of 17. His family found him dead of suicide '' hanging from a tall ladder at the family's Gulf Shore Boulevard home in July 2002.Kara Jaye Anne Fuller-Otter, age 12, was on Paxil when she hanged herself from a hook in her closet. Kara's parents said '''.... the damn doctor wouldn't take her off it and I asked him to when we went in on the second visit. I told him I thought she was having some sort of reaction to Paxil'...'')Gareth Christian, Vancouver, age 18, was on Paxil when he committed suicide in 2002,(Gareth's father could not accept his son's death and killed himself.)Julie Woodward, age 17, was on Zoloft when she hanged herself in her family's detached garage.Matthew Miller was 13 when he saw a psychiatrist because he was having difficulty at school. The psychiatrist gave him samples of Zoloft. Seven days later his mother found him dead, hanging by a belt from a laundry hook in his closet.Kurt Danysh, age 18, and on Prozac, killed his father with a shotgun. He is now behind prison bars, and writes letters, trying to warn the world that SSRI drugs can kill.Woody ____, age 37, committed suicide while in his 5th week of taking Zoloft. Shortly before his death his physician suggested doubling the dose of the drug. He had seen his physician only for insomnia. He had never been depressed, nor did he have any history of any mental illness symptoms.A boy from Houston, age 10, shot and killed his father after his Prozac dosage was increased.Hammad Memon, age 15, shot and killed a fellow middle school student. He had been diagnosed with ADHD and depression and was taking Zoloft and ''other drugs for the conditions.''Matti Saari, a 22-year-old culinary student, shot and killed 9 students and a teacher, and wounded another student, before killing himself. Saari was taking an SSRI and a benzodiazapine.Steven Kazmierczak, age 27, shot and killed five people and wounded 21 others before killing himself in a Northern Illinois University auditorium. According to his girlfriend, he had recently been taking Prozac, Xanax and Ambien. Toxicology results showed that he still had trace amounts of Xanax in his system.Finnish gunman Pekka-Eric Auvinen, age 18, had been taking antidepressants before he killed eight people and wounded a dozen more at Jokela High School '' then he committed suicide.Asa Coon from Cleveland, age 14, shot and wounded four before taking his own life. Court records show Coon was on Trazodone.Jon Romano, age 16, on medication for depression, fired a shotgun at a teacher in his New York high school'...Nearly Every Mass Shooting In The Last 20 Years Shares One Thing In Common, & It's NOT Weapons [continued]
Gun bill would allow police to seize firearms, prevent purchases
Thu, 29 May 2014 00:11
By Josh RichmanThe Oakland Tribune
SACRAMENTO, Calif. '-- Lawmakers reacted to the Santa Barbara shooting by announcing plans Tuesday for a bill to create a "gun violence restraining order."
The bill would establish a system in which concerned relatives, intimate partners or friends can notify police about someone showing a propensity toward violence, so police can investigate and seek a judge's order to seize that person's firearms and prevent any purchases.
Current law lets that process start only when therapists notify police that a client is at risk of committing a violent act. Family members can call police, but if no crime has been committed and the individual doesn't meet criteria for an involuntary civil commitment to mental health treatment, there isn't anything police can do about that person's firearms.
"When someone is in crisis, the people closest to them are often the first to spot the warning signs," Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, said in a news release. "Parents, like the mother who tried to intervene, deserve an effective tool they can act on to help prevent these tragedies."
Skinner will co-author the bill with Assemblyman Das Williams, D-Santa Barbara, and state Sen. Hannah Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara.
"The tragic incident in my hometown of Isla Vista is not a result of gun laws failing," Williams said. "Rather, it is a horrific example of how our mental health laws and gun control laws are not working together."
Also, state Senate Democrats will present a package of mental health policy and budget proposals Wednesday in Sacramento "to address mental healthcare within California's criminal justice system, recidivism and public safety," according to a release from Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg's office. "The package includes a proposal to strengthen and apply statewide protocols to help frontline law enforcement identify signs of mental illness."
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceCopyright 2014 The Oakland Tribune
Senator Blumnenthal to renew gun control push after California shooting spree.
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:15
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U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal addresses the Marching On conference on gun violence prevention in Middletown, Connecticut September 28, 2013.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senator Richard Blumenthal said on Sunday he wanted to revive gun control legislation rejected by Congress in the wake of the 2012 Newtown, Connecticut, school massacre, saying it could have helped prevent this weekend's deadly California shooting spree.
Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, said on CBS's "Face the Nation" program the legislation, which failed last year, could be revised to emphasize the mental condition of potential gun buyers.
"Obviously, not every kind of gun violence is going to be prevented by laws out of Washington," he said.
"But at least we can make a start and I am going to urge that we bring back those bills, maybe reconfigure them, center on mental health, which is a point where we can agree that we need more resources to make the country healthier and to make sure that these kinds of horrific, insane, mad occurrences are stopped.
"And the Congress will be complicit if we fail in that," he said.
On Friday night a 22-year-old college student identified as Elliot Rodger allegedly stabbed three people to death in his apartment in Santa Barbara, California, and then drove through the city and fatally shot three others with handguns he had legally bought. He later killed himself.
A YouTube video and a lengthy "manifesto" Rodger left behind were filled with rage and plans for "slaughtering" women because he felt they had rejected him.
Rodger had been visited by Santa Barbara authorities last month after a family member expressed concerns about him. Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown said Rodger was courteous to the deputies and did not meet the criteria for legal intervention.
U.S. President Barack Obama made gun control a priority shortly after Adam Lanza, 20, killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown with an assault-style rifle and two handguns in December 2012.
The Newtown massacre, coming on top of other mass shootings, set off an intense national debate about gun violence. But a few months later the Senate defeated Obama's proposals to restrict sales of certain types of guns and require greater background checks.
Gun-rights groups, a powerful national political force, opposed the measures, saying they would infringe on Americans' constitutional rights.
Blumenthal said the defeated legislation could have given authorities in Santa Barbara a better chance to intervene in Rodger's case before the killings and would provide for "professionals trained in diagnosing and detecting this kind of derangement."
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence ranks California as the state with the strongest gun control measures, requiring background checks for all firearms sales, regardless of the type of gun or where it was purchased.
(Reporting by Bill Trott and Lisa Lambert; Editing by Jim Loney and Paul Simao)
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Elliot Rodger Shooting '' Second Shooter Confirmed, Active Shooter Drill at SBCC Scheduled The Day After : Truth Frequency Radio
Tue, 27 May 2014 11:34
May 26, 2014
(Truth Frequency Radio) Today on The Kev Baker Show, Kev Baker revealed groundbreaking information about the mysterious ''second shooter'' that was injured and taken into custody. On May 23, Elliot Rodger allegedly stabbed three people to death and shot three others in a ''shooting spree'' that left the nation once again screaming for gun control. As earlier and media reports claimed, a second man accompanied Elliot Rodger, son of Peter Rodger, co-director of the Hunger Games.
In the audio we clearly hear the police instructed to ''stay away'' from Isla Vista during this situation. This is similar to reports we received during Sandy Hook, where local police reported ''special units'' taking over the scenes and restricting their access. During the Aurora, CO ''Batman Shooting'', police radio transmissions stated that a second shooter was apprehended. The description of the suspects changed from multiple shooters in ''swat-like attire'' to a lone gunman ''dressed like the Joker''. Once again, the same anomalies emerge with the Elliot Rodger situation.
The audio clearly states that two gunmen were wounded and taken into custody. No further reports were made of a second gunman. Listen to the audio below.
Active Shooter Drill ScheduledImportant to note: the shooting took place just hours before an active shooter drill was scheduled to take place at Santa Barbara Community College, literally blocks away from the shooting.
Coincidentally, the shooting took place the same day as SBCC celebrated its graduation ceremonies and just one day before the campus was slated for a massive emergency-preparedness drill by multiple public-safety agencies in case of some hypothetical disaster. That disaster, tragically, was not nearly hypothetical enough.
Interestingly, however, the authorities have the drill on the calendar for the 28th. We've posted it here for posterity purposes, but let's face it: If the locals were vague about when the drill was supposed to take place, it could have been taking place at the time of the shooting.
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AUNT SPEAKS-California killings: Elliot Rodger's family warned police about killer's disturbing online videos before shootings and stabbings - Americas - World - The Independent
Sun, 25 May 2014 23:02
Rodger's father, an assistant director on The Hunger Games, is said to be ''absolutely broken'' after his son carried out the massacre near UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), which left six dead and many more injured.
The sister of Peter Rodger told Sky News the family was ''in total shock'' - and she condemned US gun laws.
Jenni Rodger, who lives in Cazals, France, said: ''I can't imagine how awful this must be for the families of those killed. My heart goes out to them.
''I don't know how on earth a sick, disturbed young man was able to get hold of a gun.
''He was always a disturbed child. I don't know how he was allowed to get a gun. Something has to be done about gun laws in America.''
She added: ''Pete is absolutely broken. He is such a sensitive being. I can't see how he'll ever recover from this.''
Her comments came as reports suggested police may have missed opportunities that could have prevented Rodger's knife and gun rampage in the student beach community.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff Department officials said they had several interactions with Rodger in the lead-up to the tragedy. Sheriff Bill Brown said deputies had interacted three times with the 22-year-old, who also died in the attack, including a welfare check just weeks ago on 30 April, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Relatives had expressed concern about Rodger's health after he posted a series of disturbing videos online - but no action was taken after officials ruled that the young man appeared to be fine and was ''polite and courteous''. Mr Brown said he refused to "second guess" his officers' decision.
Police also had dealings with Rodger, who had Asperger syndrome, on two other occasions. In January, Rodger performed a citizen's arrest on his roommate, whom he accused of stealing candles. The roommate was subsequently arrested and booked on petty theft charges,
And last summer, Rodger accused several people of assaulting him '' but investigators conceded he was actually the aggressor and suspended the case.
However, in a 137-page document that has now been published, Rodger reveals that if police had searched his room during their visit, they would have found incriminating evidence indicating his deadly intentions
In it he details his fear that ''someone had somehow discovered what I was planning to do'' and vows to be more careful in the future.
Rodger writes: ''The police would have searched my room, found all of my guns and weapons, along with my writings about what I plan to do with them. I would have been thrown in jail, denied of the chance to exact revenge on my enemies. I can't imagine a hell darker than that. Thankfully, that wasn't the case, but it was so close.''
He continues: ''It was all because of the videos. I must have expressed too much anger in them.
''I immediately took most of them off of YouTube, and planned to reupload them a few days before the Day of Retribution.''
The ''Day of Retribution'' is thought to refer to Friday's rampage, during which Rodger stabbed his three flatmates to death before shooting dead two young women outside a sorority house and then killing a young man inside the local deli in the student beach community of Isla Vista.
Rodger then drove around in his black BMW, randomly shooting at pedestrians. After getting into a gun battle with deputies, he was apparently wounded but continued to drive and was later found dead from what is believed to have been a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
The three people shot were named as 22-year-old Katie Cooper, 19-year-old Veronkia Weiss and 20-year-old Christopher Michael-Martinez.
Richard Martinez, who says his son Christopher Martinez was killed in Friday night's mass shooting, breaks down as he talks to media outside the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Headquarters on Saturday Footage emerged on Saturday that captured the shooting in the IV Deli Mart. The surveillance video obtained by CNN shows panicked customers throwing themselves to the ground as Rodger opens fire '' it does not show the moment in which Mr Martinez was fatally shot.
Police found three guns in Rodger's car that were legally bought from licensed firearms dealers and were registered in his name. They also found more than 40 unused loaded gun magazines in the vehicle, indicating the extent of his plans.
In a video uploaded to YouTube the day before the massacre, entitled ''Elliot Rodger's Retribution'', the suspect chillingly foretells the killings. He describes his plans to shoot women and promises retribution for his ''loneliness and frustration'' at never having had a girlfriend.
He says: ''For the last eight years of my life, ever since I hit puberty, I've been forced to endure an existence of loneliness, rejection and unfulfilled desires all because girls have never been attracted to me.''
He complains that he has been at college for more than two and a half years but is still a virgin and has never kissed a girl.
Rodger says: ''All you popular kids, you've never accepted me and now you'll pay for it.''
He goes on: ''I'll take great pleasure in slaughtering all of you. You will finally see that I am, in truth, the superior one, the true alpha male.''
People stand during a candlelight vigil held to honor the victims of the massacre on the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara And in earlier posts on his online blog Rodger, who was born in the UK and moved to the United States when he was five and was attending college in Santa Barbara, describes his sense of alienation.
In a post dated 16 April he writes: ''Being lonely in a beautiful place like Santa Barbara is truly a horrible experience.
"As I've said many times, a beautiful environment can be the darkest hell if you have to experience it all alone, especially while having to watch other men walking around with their girlfriends. I wish girls were attracted to me. I don't know why they aren't."
Mr Brown said the video was ''obviously the work of a madman, adding: ''It is very, very apparent that he was severely mentally disturbed''.
He continued: ''We're analysing both written and videotaped evidence that suggests that this atrocity was a premeditated mass murder.''
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Cynicism linked to greater dementia risk - CNN.com
Wed, 28 May 2014 23:13
People who test as highly cynical late in life have an increased chance of being diagnosed with dementia later in life.
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The most cynical people in this study had more than double the risk of dementiaCynicism is also linked to higher rates of cancer-related deaths and cardiovascular diseaseCynical people tend to have a greater stress response which can lead to inflammation(CNN) -- Your spouse "had to stay late at work" -- are you skeptical? Do you think your friend doesn't like you if he cancels dinner plans? Do you suspect that your co-worker is putting her ambitions ahead of the team?
Curmudgeons of the world, listen up: This line of negative thinking might actually hurt your health.
A new study in the latest edition of Neurology, the journal of the of the American Academy of Neurology, found that cynical people have a higher likelihood of developing dementia.
"There have been previous studies that showed that people who were cynical were more likely to die earlier and have other poor health outcomes, but no one that we could tell ever looked at dementia," said Anna-Maija Tolppanen, one of the study's authors and a professor at the University of Eastern Finland. "We have seen some studies that show people who are more open and optimistic have a lower risk for dementia so we thought this was a good question to ask."
Studying cynicism
Cynicism is a deep mistrust of others. Psychologists consider it a kind of chronic anger that develops over time.
Specifically, the kind of cynicism researchers looked at involved doubting the truth of what people say and believing most people are motivated by self-interest rather than by what is best for the community.
Village only for people with dementia
The study tested 1,449 people with an average age of 71. The study participants took a test for dementia. A separate test measured their level of cynicism. Both tests are considered reliable by researchers.
The cynicism test asks if the person agrees with statements like "Most people will use somewhat unfair reasons to gain profit or an advantage rather than lose it"; "I think most people would lie to get ahead"; and "It is safer to trust nobody."
Those who agreed with the critical statements in the test were considered highly cynical. The people with the highest level of cynical distrust had a 2.54 times greater risk of dementia than those with the lowest cynicism rating.
Researchers also examined the test results to see if the subjects who were labeled highly cynical died sooner than the others. But once compounding factors were screened out, they did not. Previous studies have shown a link between cynicism and an earlier death.
Still, the new study does not prove that having a bad attitude causes bad health outcomes. To prove a causal relationship, a study would need randomized controlled trials to show that a reduction in cynical attitudes through treatment actually lowered the risk of bad health outcomes.
More research is necessary to replicate the conclusions. But the results complement a wide body of research showing how "over time, people with highly cynical hostility do worse healthwise," said Dr. Hilary Tindle, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.
Why cynicism may be bad for you
What might explain an association between cynicism and poor health?
This is a complex issue that needs to be studied more, Tindle said. The relationships between psychological attitudes and health outcomes are very complex.
"I can tell you from my clinical perspective from treating patients, I am absolutely certain that psychological attitudes can lead people down a road to poor health, because I see it every day when I talk to patients," said Tindle, who wrote the book "Up: How Positive Outlook Can Transform Our Health and Aging."
Tindle was the lead author on a study that examined the health outcomes of over 97,000 women and found that cynical women had a higher hazard of cancer-related mortality.
"The bottom line is that a high degree of anger/hostility/cynicism is not good for health," she wrote.
Research shows cynical people also tend to smoke more, exercise less and weigh more. They also have a harder time following even the best medical advice, because their cynical natures won't let them believe what people tell them, Tindle said.
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Past studies have also found that people who are cynical have a higher rate of coronary heart disease, cardiovascular problems and cancer-related deaths. Cardiovascular disease can contribute to dementia because it essentially damages small blood vessels everywhere in your body, including in your brain.
Cynical people also tend to have greater stress responses, which means they typically have a higher heart rate, a higher blood pressure peak, and a tendency to have greater inflammation of their immune systems. Chronic inflammation is now known to be harmful to one's overall health and it is linked to everything from Crohn's disease to high cholesterol to even Alzheimer's.
Do what makes you happy
Can you come out of cynicism?
The good news is, being highly cynical is not a permanent state of mind.
"I am also certain that people can learn to change -- they change every day in that they quit smoking, they lose weight, they cut ties in unhealthy friendships," Tindle said. "The ultimate message is people are not 'doomed' if they have cynical tendencies."
So if your assumptions about people are making you angry and irritable, try having a little more trust.
"All of us are capable of adopting healthier attitudes," Tindle said. "As a physician, I see people of all ages making positive change every day."
Study: Pedophiles' Brains 'Abnormally Tuned' To Find Young Children Attractive CBS Atlanta
Mon, 26 May 2014 18:48
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Sign UpATLANTA, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) '' According to a new study, pedophiles' brains are ''abnormally tuned'' to find young children attractive.
Lead Researcher Jorge Ponseti from the University of Kiel in Germany says now it may be possible to diagnose pedophiles before they are able to offend.
The researchers found that pedophiles have the same neurological reaction to images of those they find attractive as those of people with ordinary sexual predilections. A pedophile's relevant cerebral areas become engaged when they see children. When an adult finds someone attractive, their occipital areas become engaged, but this is inverted for pedophiles.
The researchers believe this is proof that there is a neural pattern behind a pedophile's behavior.
''The human brain contains networks that are tuned to face processing, and these networks appear to activate different processing streams of the reproductive domain selectively: nurturing processing in the case of child faces and sexual processing in the case of sexually preferred adult faces,'' they noted in the study. ''This implies that the brain extracts age-related face cues of the preferred sex that inform appropriate response selection in the reproductive domains: nurturing in the case of child faces and mating in the case of adult faces.''
The researchers analyzed data obtained from MRI scans of 56 male participants. That group included 13 homosexual pedophiles and 11 heterosexual pedophiles. The men were then exposed to high arousing images of men, women, boys, and girls. The participants were then asked to rank each photo in level of attractiveness. This led the researchers to conclude that the brain networks of pedophiles are activated by sexual immaturity.
''The critical new finding is that face processing is also tuned to face cues revealing the developmental stage that is sexually preferred,'' the study stated.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention define child sexual abuse as any sexual activity with a child where consent is not or cannot be given. This includes sexual contact that is accomplished by force or threat of force, regardless of the age of the participants, and all sexual contact between an adult and a child, regardless of whether there is deception or the child understands the sexual nature of the activity.
Sexual contact between an older and a younger child also can be abusive if there is a significant disparity in age, development, or size, rendering the younger child incapable of giving informed consent. The sexually abusive acts may include sexual penetration, sexual touching, or non-contact sexual acts such as exposure of voyeurism. Legal definitions vary from state to state.
A nationally representative survey from 2012 showed that 42.2 percent of female rape victims were first raped before they turned 18. It also showed that 29.9 percent of female rape victims were first raped between the ages of 11 and 17, while, 12.3 percent of female rape victims and 27.8 percent of male rape victims were first raped when they were age 10 or younger.
The findings were published in the scientific journal Biology Letters.
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White guy killer syndrome: Elliot Rodger's deadly, privileged rage - Salon.com
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:43
Welp. Another young white guy has decided that his disillusionment with his life should become somebody else's problem. On Saturday, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger (who, as many commenters have pointed out, had a white father and mother of Asian descent) went on a killing spree on the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara, murdering his three roommates, shooting women outside a sorority house, and hitting people with his car as he attempted to get away from police.
How many times must troubled young white men engage in these terroristic acts that make public space unsafe for everyone before we admit that white male privilege kills? While Mark Cuban is busy crossing the street at any sign of a black male in a hoodie, or clutching his wallet a bit tighter at the sign of a tatted-up white guy, he may find a bullet whizzing by his head from a young, clean-cut white man, child of a Hollywood film director, upset that he does not have a certain level of clout and status with the ladies.
The idea that it is young black men or working-class white men (which is partially what I think Cuban's invocation of tattoos attempts to encode) who make public space dangerous is belied by the fact that the problems of urban violence, which disproportionately involve young men of color, largely happen on residential terrain. Black men are not rolling onto college campuses and into movie theaters on a regular basis to shoot large numbers of people. Usually, the young men who do that are white, male, heterosexual and middle-class.
And make no mistake: From my standpoint as an armchair therapist '-- having read transcripts of Rodger's videos '-- his anger is about his failure to be able to access all the markers of white male heterosexual middle-class privilege. He goes on and on about his status as a virgin, his inability to find a date since middle school, his anger and resentment about being rejected by blond, sorority women. In fact, he claims he will ''slaughter every single spoiled, stuck-up, blond slut I see.'' As Jessica Valenti so thoroughly demonstrates: ''misogyny kills.'' I am struck by the extent to which Rodger believed he was entitled to have what he deemed the prettiest girls, he was entitled to women's bodies, and when society denied him these ''entitlements'' he thought it should become the public's problem. He thought that his happiness was worth the slaughter of multiple people.
This sense of heterosexual white male entitlement to a world that grants all one's wishes, and this destructive murderous anger that attends the ostensible denial of these wishes, is at the emotional core of white supremacy. Elliot Rodger was a late bloomer, which while socially inconvenient and embarrassing, is neither uncommon nor a problem. But because we don't have a fundamentally honest societal conversation happening about white male privilege, rooted as it is in sexism and racism, we can't even observe one of the most basic truths here: What Rodger perceived as a denial was at the very worst a delay. Our society is fundamentally premised on making sure that straight, middle-class (upper class in Rodger's case) white men have access to power, money and women.
And while we have no problem from President Obama, down to Paul Ryan, down to the preacher in the pulpit talking about pathological black masculinity, we seem wholly uninterested in talking about pathological white masculinity, which continues to assert itself in the most dangerous and deadly of ways.
In this regard, the rage at the core of Rodger's horrific acts is not unlike the kind of middle-class, heterosexual, white male rage that drives much of social policy in this country. In the era of Barack Obama, we have endured a mass temper tantrum from white men that includes a mind-boggling war on women, with an unprecedented rollback of the gains of the women's rights movement, and an attempt to decimate whole communities of color, which are disproportionately poor, through school privatization, mass incarceration (which began long before the Obama era) and the gutting of the social safety net.
I'm not calling these guys mass murderers. Of that I want to be clear. But I am saying that we cannot understand Elliot Rodger's clear mental health issues and view of himself as the supremely forsaken victim here outside a context of racism, white supremacy and patriarchy. I'm also saying that white male privilege might be considered a mental health issue, because it allows these dudes to move through the world believing that their happiness, pleasure and well-being matters more than the death and suffering of others.
This is madness.
But it is neither singular, nor anomalous. Every few years, the American public has to watch in horror as some white kid goes on a rampage, killing everything from babies to old people. Yet, neither the press nor the law will understand such perpetrators as monsters or terrorists. Few will have a conversation about white male pathology and the ways that systems of whiteness and patriarchy continue to produce white men who think like this.
What is even more infuriating about this tragedy is that it could have been prevented. Rodger had been posting strange YouTube videos of himself talking about killing people over the last several weeks, so much so that his family was reportedly disturbed enough to call the police and have them come do a welfare check. But ''officers concluded that he was 'polite, courteous,''' and downplayed any difficulties.
In the manifesto he released he said he was relieved that officers did not push the matter further because they would have found his weapons.
Can I go ahead and scream yet? A black or brown man would have been violently hauled into a jail and locked up at the first sign of such machinations. His property rights would have been thoroughly violated, and no matter how ''polite'' and ''courteous'' he might have been with officers, no reports would have reflected such language.
These coded terms mean that these officers were incapable of seeing this clearly troubled young white man as a threat. How many mass killings must it take to recognize that white male entitlement is potentially deadly? How many YouTube videos must one post outlining an attempt to do harm before it is taken seriously?
As yet another community attempts to make sense of this tragedy, to put itself back together again after this needless, senseless path of destruction that Elliot Rodger has wrought, I'm reminded of something my dad says: ''These are funerals we didn't have to have.'' But as long as America refuses to deal with its white male privilege problem we will continue to have them.
'Constant inspection' stymies women in power: Wolf
Wed, 28 May 2014 18:42
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Ousted New York Times editor Jill Abramson walks in with faculty and staff during commencement ceremonies at Wake Forest University on May 19, 2014, in Winston Salem, N.C.
In a single week earlier this month, Jill Abramson, the first woman to serve as executive editor of the New York Times, resigned under duress, and Natalie Nougayr¨de resigned as editor-in-chief of France's leading newspaper, Le Monde, complaining in an open letter of having been undermined. What, if anything, do these high-profile dismissals tell us about women in senior workplace positions?
The Times announced Abramson's departure in a front-page story filled with barbs and swipes, the kind of piece that even the most ineffectual senior male editor never sees in print upon his dismissal from a job. Abramson fought back assertively in a brief battle for public perception, with someone having leaked details of an $80,000-plus gap between her salary and that of her male predecessor in the same role.
On both sides of the Atlantic, observers mused predictably over the woman's "management style." Abramson was described as "pushy," while Nougayr¨de was "authoritarian" and "Putin-like." No one, incidentally, friend or foe, made the case that either woman failed in their business objectives during their tenures. Their style was the substance of the coverage'--and thus of the backlash to that coverage.
It was bizarre to see Abramson, a top investigative reporter whose task was to help reporters get the story against many obstacles, be castigated as "peremptory," aggressive, tough, and "sharp"-tempered. How was she to do her job without those attributes? Had she been otherwise, she would have been castigated as a weak, indecisive leader.
One would think that by now we had moved beyond a double standard in how men's and women's leadership styles are perceived. Unfortunately, for women in charge, a "management myth"'--akin to the "beauty myth" or to Betty Friedan's "problem that has no name"'--persists. And, as long as there is a perceived problem with women's leadership styles, no woman can lead a major organization so soothingly, diplomatically, and charmingly that epithets like "pushy," "bossy," and "Putin-like" will not follow her the minute someone wants to shove her out the door. The question is not about women's leadership styles at all; it is simply about moving the goalpost.
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So let us speak frankly, facing a taboo, about what it means to be a senior woman leading effectively: it means that one will occasionally contradict a man, however politely; overrule a man, however courteously; disregard a man's strategic advice, no matter how gently the decision is put; and tell a junior man, however tactfully, that he is not performing well enough. These are the intolerable moments, the social red lines that female leaders must cross. And this is the problem with women's leadership style: By definition, doing one's job means angering certain kinds of men.
The truth is that there are not two kinds of women who lead in different ways, one magically soothing and impeccably feminine, and the other dictatorial and insufferable. Rather, there are two kinds of men: those who can handle the moments described above, and who can, through their own maturity, personal evolution, or fortunate family upbringing, manage to process those moments in a purely professional context, and those who, for whatever reason, simply cannot.
The problem with senior women's management style lies with the second category of men at work. This is the untold secret of women's struggle in the workplace: if you ask any senior woman off the record, she is likely to agree that most of her male colleagues have no problem with women's authority, but that some simply cannot abide it, no matter how it is wielded.
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So we should stop analyzing women's management styles as if there were some foolproof way to cross the minefield of power. Instead, we should start to analyze why most men have evolved to the point that they accept women's authority, while others'--like whoever commissioned that front-page annihilation of Abramson at a time when smearing her served no professional purpose'--still cannot.
Interestingly, in fields where women hold many senior positions, like book publishing, it is rare to see analyses of women's management styles. The same is true of academic administrators, whether they are presidents of women's colleges or mixed-gender colleges and universities. Women lead on the micro level as well, as development projects like Grameen Bank have shown, and outperform men in comparable roles.
These publishers, presidents, and micro-entrepreneurs all have track records of accomplishment. Could their matter-of-fact achievement be due in part to the fact that their presence is taken for granted and that they are often allowed simply to get on with being effective?
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What if all workplaces were like that? What if we dropped once and for all the impossible mirror that always distorts female leadership into something monstrous? Part of strong leadership is to trust your gut instincts. The cultural second-guessing surrounding the dismissal of Abramson and Nougayr¨de ensures that women leaders cannot do that without having their leadership instincts held up to constant inspection.
Naomi Wolf is a political activist and social critic whose most recent book isVagina: A New Biography.
Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2014
Here's why women have turned the "not all men" objection into a meme - Vox
Tue, 27 May 2014 13:48
Over the past few weeks, the meme "not all men" '-- meant to satirize men who derail conversations about sexism by noting that "not all men" do X, Y, or Z sexist thing '-- has exploded in usage:
But it would appear that not all men (and not all people generally) are fully caught up on the meme, where it comes from, and the point it's getting across. Here's a brief history of the term, and why it's taken on such resonance lately.
1) What is a man?Might as well start here. A man is an adult male of the species homo sapiens. To clarify, "adult" here does not mean someone who's able to pay their own rent, or treat others with respect. Adult simply means that this male has gone through puberty and is no longer a boy.
Some additional notes about men:
A man is someone who pays his female employees less.A man is someone who interrupts a woman when she's in the middle of saying something.A man expects his wife to do all the cooking and cleaning.What's that you say? Not ALL men pay their employees less? Not ALL men interrupt women?
Thanks for pointing that out. You're who this meme is about.
2) What is "Not all men"?Let's say a post is written on the internet about how men do not listen to women when they speak and interrupt them more often than men, an observation borne out by empirical research. At a blog or site of sufficient size, it's practically inevitable that a commenter will reply, "Not all men interrupt."
This phrase "Not all men" is a common rebuttal used (most often) by men in conversations about gender in order to exempt themselves from criticism of common male behaviors. Recently, the phrase has been reappropriated by feminists and turned into a meme meant to parody its pervasiveness and bad faith.
3) How did "Not all men" start?The exact origins of "not all men" are muddy at best. As Jess Zimmerman noted in Time, "'not all men' erupted in several places on the Internet simultaneously and independently, like the invention of calculus."
"Not all men" may be a shortened version of "Not all men are like that" or NAMALT, which appeared on the chat forum eNotAlone as early as 2004. The Awl's John Hermann traced mentions of "Not all men" back to 1863.
The first use of "Not all men" in a popular medium is what Shafiqah Hudson calls her "tweet heard round the world," which she published in February of 2013:
The tweet went viral almost immediately. Hudson tells me that more than a year later, it still resurfaces in her mentions at least once a month.
Whether Hudson's initial 2013 tweet is related to what came next is unknown. The next version of it that she saw was this tweet, which photoshopped the phrase into a Kool-Aid Man comic, more than a year later:
A few weeks later there was a "Not all men" tumblr, and re imagined movie scenes.
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Matt Lubchansky, author of the comic seriesPlease Listen to Me, devoted astripto the Not-All-Man.Hudson says that neither the user who created the Koolaid meme nor Lubchansky follow her on twitter, so whether her initial tweet influenced them or not is unknown. After Lubchansky's comic, the joke hit a nerve and blew up. Comedian Paul F. Tompkins added a joke about "not all men." John Scalzi, a science fiction writer went on aTwitter rantabout "not all men." Soon it got picked up by Erin Gloria Ryan atJezebel, and Zimmermann atTime.
4) What's so bad about "Not All Men"?When a man (though, of course, not all men) butts into a conversation about a feminist issue to remind the speaker that "not all men" do something, they derail what could be a productive conversation. Instead of contributing to the dialogue, they become the center of it, excluding themselves from any responsibility or blame.
"Men who just insist on you having that little qualifier because it undermines your argument and recenters their feelings as the central part of the dialogue," Hudson says.
On a very basic level, "not all men" is an interruption, and interrupting is rude. More to the point, it's rude in a very gendered way. Studies have shown that not all interrupting is equal. The meta analysis by the University of California at Santa Cruz was conducted on 43 studies about interrupting. It was found that men interrupted more than women only marginally, but they were much more likely to interrupt with an intention to usurp the conversation as a sign of dominance, or intrusive interrupting. Additionally, a study of group conversation dynamics showed that the gender combination of a group affects the method of interrupting. In an all-male group, the men interrupted with positive, supportive comments, but as women were added to the group, the supportive comments dwindled.
"Not all men." Fine. But pointing out individual exceptions doesn't help us understand or combat behaviors that really are mainly committed by men, from small things like interruptions up to domestic violence and rape. Not all men beat their partners, but people who beat their partners are mostly men. Pointing out that you're not one of them doesn't help us figure out how to understand and deal with that problem.
5) Wait. So how is "Not all men" different from "mansplaining"?Mansplaining is a term used to describe an explanation that is given in a condescending, patronizing tone. Though a woman could be guilty of mansplaining, the idea originated from men talking down to women in order to explain things, often things the women in question understand better than the mansplainer does. Privilege denying dude is a pretty good example of mansplaining:
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The "not all men" interruption could be considered a subset of mansplaining, because it attempts to redirect a current conversation in a way that privileges mens' perspectives over women's. Also, like mansplaining, it's rude.
6) How does "Not All Men" fit into the history of feminism?"Not all men" is just the latest iteration in a long tradition of feminists pointing out the ways in which language can be used by men to defend practices that benefit them and harm women.
"The very semantics of the language reflects [women's] condition. We do not even have our own names, but bear that of the father until we change it for that of a husband," the second-wave feminist activist Robin Morgan wrote in her book Going Too Far. She cited seemingly innocuous examples of sexism in language with words like "chairman" and "spokesman," and problematic language differences like a single male being called a "bachelor" while a single woman is called a "spinster" ("bachelorette" was only coined in the 20th century, while "spinster" and "bachelor" are both from the 14th century). The way we think and deal with gender gets expressed in language '-- and that includes, say, interrupting someone with a corrective "not all men."
Some analysts, like Sara Mills, have drawn a distinction between two forms of sexist language: overt and indirect. Overt sexism is embodied in hate speech, when a person is actively trying to hurt someone because of their gender. Indirect sexism includes things like gender stereotypes, misogynistic humor, and conversation diversion. Mills argues that overt sexism has been driven underground, only to create an environment where indirect sexism flourishes. And derailing tactics like "Not all men" are a prime example of indirectly sexist language.
Unfortunately, identifying indirect sexism in practice is hardly enough to stop it. When asked how the "Not all men" phenomenon has influenced her conversations on the internet about sexism, Hudson said that it hasn't. "I can't even talk about sexism without this ridiculous interrupting," she said.
7) So what can I do?You can not interrupt, because interrupting is rude, and use that time instead to think about whether or not injecting "not all men" is going to derail a productive conversation.
You can also try making a "Not all men" joke with your favorite pop cultural shows like "Not all Aquamen":
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"Not all men" Adventure Time:
Pia Glenn even made a "Not all men" Game of Thrones:
Senators Boxer, Menendez, Collins, Kirk, Shaheen Introduce International Violence Against Women Act
Mon, 26 May 2014 21:14
DetailsCreated on Friday, 09 May 2014 21:48Written by IVNWashington, DC - U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Susan Collins (R-ME), Mark Kirk (R-IL) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) today introduced the International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA), bipartisan legislation that would make reducing the levels of violence against women and girls across the globe a top diplomatic priority for the United States.
''The recent kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian school girls underscores the horrific violence that too many women and girls across the globe face every day,'' Senator Boxer said. ''The International Violence Against Women Act will make clear that ending discrimination and violence against women and girls is a top priority for the United States and central to our national security interests. The bill will ensure that the U.S. government has a comprehensive strategy in place to promote the rights and safety of women and girls around the world.'' Senator Boxer chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on International Operations and Organizations, Human Rights, Democracy, and Global Women's Issues.
''Full empowerment of women has an enormous impact on economic growth, and ensures that prosperous nations are truly just and thrive. Too many countries fall far short of this requirement and exclude women from full participation in the work force, national governments, and village councils. And, in too many places, girls are prevented from attending school, and women and girls are attacked as a deliberate and coordinated strategy of armed conflict. Achieving stable, just and prosperous nations is only possible with the full participation of women. This legislation makes clear that combating violence against women and girls must be a top U.S. foreign policy priority which we are required to lead,'' said Senator Menendez, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
''This Act makes ending violence against women and girls a top diplomatic priority,'' said Senator Collins. ''The world has just seen an appalling example of women and girls being treated as property and political bargaining chips in Nigeria, where the terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 school girls and is threatening to sell them into slavery and forced marriages. Sadly, this is not a viewpoint limited to terrorist leaders: the International Center for Research on Women says one in nine girls around the world is married before the age of 15, a harmful practice that deprives girls of their dignity and often their education, increases their health risks, and perpetuates poverty. The practice of preventing women from attaining their full potential by targeting them for violence and early marriage is still unacceptably common. The International Violence Against Women Act ensures that the U.S. will take a leadership role in combating these problems. I am committed to continue working with my colleagues to end violence against women and girls and to provide the assistance and resources necessary to achieve this goal.''
''One out of every three women worldwide will be physically or sexually assaulted in some form during their lifetime, and too often we hear of these heinous acts right here in our country and abroad,'' said Senator Kirk. ''Addressing and preventing global gender-based violence while promoting social and economic empowerment for women and girls is essential for communities to thrive and for the stability of our international community. Our nation must lead the way to ensure that women and girls all over the globe have the tools they need to reach their full potential, free of the threat of violence.''
''Violence facing women and young girls around the world is a challenge that we must address immediately and the recent kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian school girls underscores that point,'' Senator Shaheen said. ''Protecting women from violence around the world is also critical to our national security interests, and our bipartisan bill will make ending violence and discrimination against women the top diplomatic priority of ours that it deserves to be.''
The International Violence Against Women Act would:
' Require interagency coordination, monitoring and evaluation of programs and regular briefings to Congress.
' Codify in law the existing Office of Global Women's Issues within the State Department and the Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues.
' Codify in law the existing Senior Coordinator for Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment within the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
' Require the development and implementation of a 5-year U.S. global strategy to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls. The strategy will identify five to 20 eligible low and middle income countries for which comprehensive individual country plans will be developed.
' Authorize U.S. assistance to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls internationally, with at least 10 percent of the assistance provided to nongovernmental organizations'--with priority given to those led by women.
Nearly 300 humanitarian, faith-based, human rights, refugee and women's organizations have voiced their support for the International Violence Against Women Act, including: Amnesty International USA, American Jewish World Service, CARE USA, the Episcopal Church, Futures Without Violence, Human Rights Watch, International Justice Mission, Jewish Women International, the International Center for Research on Women, the International Rescue Committee, Lutheran World Relief, MenEngage, the Presbyterian Church (USA), Refugees International, the National Council of Churches USA, Vital Voices Global Partnership, Women's Refugee Commission, and Women Thrive Worldwide.
The co-chairs of the Coalition to End Violence Against Women and Girls Globally made the following remarks:
''We commend Senators from both sides of the aisle for reintroducing the International Violence Against Women Act with bipartisan support,'' said Esta Soler, Founder and President of Futures Without Violence. ''Recent devastating events across the globe are a very timely reminder that violence against women and girls knows no boundaries. We must act quickly to prevent gross human rights violations '' from early/forced marriage to domestic violence '' and promote global stability and security.''
''Amnesty International USA is grateful that this life-changing legislation has been reintroduced in the Senate at a time when the world's attention is turned on the successes '' and challenges '' of advancing the human rights of women and girls across the globe,'' said Cristina Finch, managing director of Amnesty International USA's identity and discrimination unit, which focuses on women's human rights. ''The abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria is yet another deeply disturbing example of the ways in which violence against girls and women affects every aspect of their lives. One in three women will experience violence in her lifetime, affecting her ability to access, among other rights, the right to education. Amnesty International is proud to join IVAWA's sponsors in the Senate and House in their commitment to shining a light on this global scourge until every woman and girl can live a life free from violence.''
''The International Violence Against Women Act represents a huge step forward in the U.S. government's commitment to ending violence against women and girls,'' said Ritu Sharma, President and Co-founder of Women Thrive Worldwide. ''This bill is about the schoolgirls who were abducted last month in Nigeria and are now being sold as wives. It's about the Pakistani women who lost their lives last year when their university bus was bombed. It's about every woman and girl who experiences sexual or physical violence. Now is the time for us all to stand up for them.''
''Violence against women and girls continues to occur around the world at epidemic proportions,'' said Dr. Helene Gayle, president and CEO of CARE. ''At CARE we have seen the pain endured by survivors of violence as well as the tremendous cost to vital U.S. investments in international development. The International Violence Against Women Act is an important tool for the U.S. as it works to address gender-based violence, and it will help to support the ongoing efforts of countless advocates and activists in developing countries around the world.''
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced companion legislation in the House of Representatives, where it has 63 bipartisan co-sponsors.
SnowJob
Greenwald's Finale: Naming Victims of Surveillance | RealClearPolitics
Tue, 27 May 2014 02:01
The man who helped bring about the most significant leak in American intelligence history is to reveal names of US citizens targeted by their own government in what he promises will be the ''biggest'' revelation from nearly 2m classified files.
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who received the trove of documents from Edward Snowden, a former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, told The Sunday Times that Snowden's legacy would be ''shaped in large part'' by this ''finishing piece'' still to come.
His plan to publish names will further unnerve an American intelligence establishment already reeling from 11 months of revelations about US government surveillance activities.
Greenwald, who is promoting his book No Place To Hide and is trailed by a documentary crew wherever he goes, was speaking in a boutique hotel near Harvard, where he was to appear with Noam Chomsky, the octogenarian leftist academic.
''One of the big questions when it comes to domestic spying is, 'Who have been the NSA's specific targets?'," he said.
''Are they political critics and dissidents and activists? Are they genuinely people we'd regard as terrorists?
What are the metrics and calculations that go into choosing those targets and what is done with the surveillance that is conducted? Those are the kinds of questions that I want to still answer.''
Greenwald said the names would be published via The Intercept, a website funded by Pierre Omidyar, the billionaire founder and chairman of eBay. Greenwald left The Guardian, which published most of the Snowden revelations, last autumn to work for Omidyar.
''As with a fireworks show, you want to save your best for last,'' Greenwald told GQ magazine. ''The last one is the one where the sky is all covered in spectacular multicoloured hues.''
The publication last week of Greenwald's book about the story behind Snowden's leaks has re-ignited controversy about the motives of the young computer technician, who fled to Hong Kong nearly a year ago and was then given refuge by Russia, which has resisted US demands to extradite him.
Greenwald has even debated Gen Michael Hayden, a former NSA and CIA director, in Toronto. A famously aggressive and relentless former lawyer, Greenwald refused to engage in any social niceties with his adversary.
"I think that's he's a war criminal and belong in the Hague," he explained. "And so to shake his hand or chat with him at a cocktail party is something really unpleasant to me." Away from TV studios and debating chambers, however, Greenwald is affable and engaging.
There are even flashes of self-doubt. He confided that when he first met Snowden in Hong Kong "I wanted him to be this really presentable reliable figure so badly I was a little bit concerned my desires would influence or muddy my perceptions".
Some senior intelligence figures claim Snowden could have been a spy for China, Russia or even both '-- a notion that Greenwald rejects as "just a standard demonisation tactic".
Gen Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has said the vast majority of what Snowden stole related to "military capabilities, operations, tactics, techniques and procedures" - something the fugitive vehemently denies.
James Clapper, director of National Intelligence and another figure Greenwald wants jailed, has described Snowden's actions as the ''most massive and damaging theft of intelligence'' ever carried out.
Snowden is believed to have used a ''spider'' such as Googlebot, an easily available automated web crawler that Google developed to find and index new pages on the web. After Snowden set parameters for how far the spider should range, investigators have concluded, it was able to collect data when he wasn't present.
Jack Devine, a former CIA director of operations, said he did not believe Snowden had been a spy, but that he shared many psychological characteristics of American traitors such as his former colleague Aldrich Ames, who spent years betraying secrets to Russia and is now serving life in prison.
These included an inflated sense of cleverness and self-importance, clashes with superiors at work, a dissatisfaction with carrying out mundane tasks and a sense of being under-appreciated.
''If I saw it and I were [the Russians or the Chinese] I'd come running for him,'' said Devine. ''But I don't think the system worked that well. Even if you spot a bad apple, it takes a lot to get them.''
Devine, author of the forthcoming Good Hunting: An American Spymaster's Story, said Snowden's current situation bore similarities to that of Kim Philby, the MI6 officer who spied for the Soviet Union and ended up in Russia, alone and vulnerable.
''The Russians have been doing espionage for a long time. They understand the psychology of discontented people. It would be most unusual if he were allowed to remain there as a guest for free.
''I don't think he was a controlled asset but I think at the end of the day he will be.''
Greenwald said he and Snowden still speak nearly every day via an encrypted computer link. ''Literally of all the people that I've ever met and now know in the world, Edward Snowden is by far the person most at peace and fulfilled as a human being,'' he said.
Greenwald said the NSA's failure to catch Snowden was part of the paradox that ''there is this genuinely menacing system and at the same time are really inept about how they operate it'.
''Not only was he out there under their noses downloading huge amounts of documents without being detected but to this day they're incapable of finding out what he took.''
Greenwald, who has 12 dogs, ranging in size from a Bernese mountain dog to a miniature pinscher, at his home in Brazil, also promised further revelations about GCHQ, the NSA's British sister agency.
''The British are more unrestrained and vicious in their surveillance mindset than even the US.'' he said. ''When you go to the park in New York, you see these built-up muscular guys and they have these tiny Shih Tzu dogs.
''It will seem like a mismatch but the Shih Tzu is super-vicious and yapping. That's how I see the relationship between the GCHQ and the NSA.''
Snowden is a spy email
I've been running around this past year and telling everyone Adam said Edward Snowden is a CIA spy.
Well after watching http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/27/us/edward-snowden-interview/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
My friend at work..walked up and shook my hand. "Snowden was a spy"...then I told him wait till I tell you about George Clooney
Keep up the great work. We can't get this inside information anymore on the major networks.
Thanks Adam.
Bill Bean
Glasses still not fixed email
Just saw pics from the NBC interview…why the hell can’t Snowden get his glasses fixed. He has been missing the left nose pad since Hong Kong. You would think Greenwald could help a brother out.
Just down the road from you near Galveston…ITM,
Kyle Barton
Snowden 'considers' returning to US
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:29
Published time: May 25, 2014 14:25Reuters / Sergei Karpukhin
American whistleblower Edward Snowden is ''considering'' returning home to the USA under certain conditions, his lawyer told German news magazine Der Spiegel.
"There are negotiations," Snowden's German lawyer Wolfgang Kaleck told Der Spiegel. "Those who know the case are aware that an amicable agreement with the US authorities will be most reasonable.''
All efforts are now focused on finding a solution acceptable for Edward Snowden, at least in the medium term, according to Kaleck, who is also secretary-general for the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.
Meanwhile, former NSA contractor isn't involved in these negotiations, according to Kaleck, who added that his client never acted selfishly and caused no damage."That's why, one could hope that a democratic US government paves the way back to him," he added.
At Kaleck's request, the NSA investigation committee in the German Bundestag, a constitutional and legislative body, is currently clarifying with the Cabinet of Germany (Bundesregierung) if the whistleblower can enter and testify there.
Reports that the famous whistleblower wants to come back to the US and was seeking high-ranked lawyer to negotiate his return first emerged in April. The New York Times wrote that during the summer of 2013, Snowden was seeking the assistance of DC-based attorney Plato Cacheris to negotiate a plea deal with federal prosecutors that would allow Snowden to return to the US as well as spare him significant prison time.
Snowden, while employed by the NSA, took up to 1.7 million classified files on US vast surveillance apparatus and intelligence gathering methods.
The ex-NSA contractor is currently under temporary asylum in Russia. He is wanted by the US on charges of espionage and theft of government property after leaking a vast trove of classified material to journalists that revealed more understanding of the National Security Agency's global spying operations.
Earlier Snowden said that he wishes to return to the US, but is concerned he would be unfairly convicted of spying and subjected to the same treatment as other leakers who dared to expose government secrets during the Obama administration's relentless pursuit of whistleblowers under the Espionage Act.
On May 20, a plea to give political asylum to Snowden if Scotland votes for independence was sent to the Scottish Parliament. Campaigner Mick Napier, a teacher at University of Glasgow put forward a petition calling for Snowden, now rector of Glasgow University, to be given shelter in Scotland.
Obama Administration Indicates No Easy Return to the U.S. for Edward Snowden | TheBlaze.com
Thu, 29 May 2014 09:21
Obama administration officials on Wednesday made clear they are not willing to drop the charges against Edward Snowden as part of a deal allowing him to return to the United States.
Secretary of State John Kerry and other State Department officials indicated that if Snowden returned to his home country, he would have to trust his fate to the U.S. judicial system. That's a clear sign the government is in no mood to bargain with the whistleblower who leaked information about the National Security Agency's broad collection of phone data on millions of Americans.
Edward Snowden's lawyers are reportedly trying to negotiate his return to the United States. (AP Photo/The Guardian, File)
In a television interview Wednesday morning, Kerry encouraged Snowden to return to the U.S. and ''make his case to the American people'' in the context of a court proceeding.
''The fact is if he cares so much about America and he believes in America, he should trust in the American system of justice,'' Kerry said.
A State Department spokesperson told TheBlaze that Snowden is not a human rights activist or a political dissident, but someone who has been charged with three crimes. The spokesperson said Snowden's best option is to return and let the system work.
''Mr. Snowden is accused of leaking classified information and faces felony charges here in the United States,'' the spokesperson said. ''He should be returned to the U.S. as soon as possible, where he will be accorded full due process.''
Snowden has been formally charged with releasing classified data to unauthorized parties, revealing intelligence information, and stealing government property.
The State Department's hardline position against a negotiation comes just days after the German publication Der Spiegel reported that lawyers for Snowden are trying to negotiate his return to the United States.
Wolfgang Kaleck, a lawyer for Snowden in Germany, told the paper that ''there are negotiations,'' according to an unofficial translation of the story.
Kaleck said that ''an amicable solution with the U.S. authorities would be the most sensible,'' according to the unofficial translation. He also indicated that Snowden could return to the U.S. through Germany.
But the story gave no indication whether Snowden is willing to subject himself to a U.S. court, and didn't explain what other flexibilities Snowden might be seeking in exchange for his return.
Snowden fled to Russia after revealing the scope of the NSA's surveillance activities against millions of people. That leak immediately created two political camps '-- one that said Snowden should be charged as a traitor, and another that said Snowden should be seen as a hero for revealing a program that most Americans hotly opposed.
Despite that split over Snowden's tactics, most agree the NSA overreached when it began its huge surveillance effort. And just last week, the House easily passed legislation that would end the NSA's bulk collection of phone data, and require the government to make specific requests about the kinds of data it's seeking.
That bill passed 303-121, after members of both parties offered support for it, and after several others said Congress needs to go even further to rein in the NSA.
''We're here today because the government misapplied the law, and upset the balance between privacy and security that we had fought to preserve 13 years ago,'' said Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), the bill's sponsor.
Opstelten wil ook procedure stille sms'jes geheim houden
Wed, 28 May 2014 01:30
De minister wil niet alleen statistieken over de inzet van stille sms'jes geheim houden, maar ook de procedure die voor de inzet geldt.
Tenminste, in zijn antwoord op vragen uit de Tweede Kamer negeert hij de vraag over de openbaarheid van de nieuwe procedure:
Bij de inzet van een stille sms is onder meer vereist, dat er een spoedeisend en zwaarwegend onderzoeksbelang is en er geen andere, minder ingrijpende methoden voorhanden zijn waarmee een (globale) geografische positie van de telefoon kan worden vastgesteld.
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De aankondiging die ik heb gedaan van de aanscherping van de procedures rondom de inzet van de stille sms kwam voort, uit het door de rechtspraak geuite zorgpunt over de procedurele zorgvuldigheid van het gebruik van dit middelvanuit het oogpunt van transparantie en toetsbaarheid van het strafproces. Hieraan is tegemoetgekomen door voortaan (verplicht) proces-verbaal op te maken van de duur en de frequentie van de inzet van de stille sms. Dit proces-verbaal wordt vervolgens in het procesdossier gevoegd.
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Zoals ik al in de beantwoording op de in uw eerste vraag aangehaalde Kamervragen heb gemeld, verzet het belang van de opsporing en vervolging zich ertegen om publiekelijk informatie te verstrekken over het aantal keer dat destille sms is ingezet. Openbaarmaking van deze gegevens zou de werkwijze c.q. het werk van de politie bij opsporing en vervolging van strafbare feiten in de toekomst ernstig kunnen bemoeilijken of frustreren, doordat verdachten hun gedragingen, of handelswijze, op basis van gegevens inzake de frequentie van de inzet van het middel, kunnen aanpassen om het middel te omzeilen. Bovendien is het uiteindelijk aan de strafrechter om, ter openbare terechtzitting, te oordelen over de rechtmatigheid van de inzet van het middel.
Om die reden ben ik niet voornemens deze informatie openbaar te maken. Van belang is nu, dat door verplichte verbalisering van duur en frequentie de inzet van het middel transparant en toetsbaar wordt voor de rechter en de verdediging.
US eavesdropping resulted in attack on the Netherlands 'being averted'
Wed, 28 May 2014 01:29
US eavesdropping resulted in attack on the Netherlands 'being averted'Tuesday 27 May 2014
Information picked up by the American security service phone tappers led to an attack on the Netherlands being averted, according to a Dutch government report, which does not go into further details.
The government's security and information commission says in its annual report that 26 attacks in Europe were averted thanks to information from the NSA's phone and internet tapping practices.
'The commission was told that thanks to Prism, 26 attacks (in Europe, including one in the Netherlands) were averted,' the report states. It does not give any further information.
Prism is the official name given to the NSA's eavesdropping practices, which were publicised by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
US president Barak Obama had said attacks in Europe had been foiled because of Prism information when he was commenting on the row in the aftermath of the leaks.
The commission is made up of the parliamentary party leaders and is kept abreast of the work of the Dutch secret service.
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China Pushes Banks to Remove IBM Servers Over Spying Claims - Bloomberg
Tue, 27 May 2014 20:01
By Bloomberg NewsMay 27, 2014 3:04 PM EDTPhotographer: Ben Torres/Bloomberg
Public, private, and management data wires lead to servers on one of the cloud racks inside pod two of International Business Machines Corp.'s Softlayer data center in Dallas on Jan. 16, 2014.
The Chinese government is reviewing whether domestic banks' reliance on high-end servers from International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) compromises the nation's financial security, people familiar with the matter said, in an escalation of the dispute with the U.S. over spying claims.
Government agencies, including the People's Bank of China and the Ministry of Finance, are asking banks to remove the IBM servers and replace them with a local brand as part of a trial program, said the four people, who asked not to be identified because the review hasn't been made public.
The review comes a week after American prosecutors indicted five Chinese military officers for allegedly hacking into the computers of U.S. companies and stealing secrets, while former contractor Edward Snowden's revelations last June of a National Security Agency spying program already hurt U.S. technology sales in China. Last week, China's government said it will vet technology companies operating in the country, while the Financial Times reported May 25 that China ordered state-owned companies to cut ties with U.S. consulting firms.
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''IBM is not aware of any Chinese government policy recommending against the use of IBM servers within the country's banking industry,'' Jeff Cross, a spokesman for IBM, said in an e-mailed statement. ''In fact, news reports now state that China's National Development and Reform Commission has not heard of any alleged directive to that effect. IBM is a trusted partner in China and has been for more than 30 years.''
The results of the government review will be submitted to a working group on Internet security led by President Xi Jinping, two of the people said.
Security Trumps''Security trumps everything,'' said Duncan Clark, chairman of BDA China Ltd., a Beijing-based consultant to technology companies. ''China doesn't need the U.S. companies in the way it did for the last few decades.''
Spokesmen for Bank of China Ltd., China Construction Bank Corp. and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. declined to comment. Three phone calls to Agricultural Bank of China Ltd.'s Beijing press office weren't returned.
U.S. technology sales in China have come under increasing threat following Snowden's revelations last year of an NSA spying program.
Then, last week the Justice Department accused five Chinese military officials of hacking computers of American companies such as U.S. Steel Corp. and Alcoa Inc. to steal trade secrets, and casting them as an economic threat.
Not JustifiedThe U.S. State Department doesn't feel that China's reaction was justified, spokeswoman Jen Psaki said today.
The U.S. expects ''the Chinese government to understand that the Department of Justice's May 19th announcement relates to a law enforcement investigation of individuals who have allegedly stolen intellectual property from U.S. businesses,'' Psaki said. It ''doesn't provide, in our view, any justification for retaliation against U.S. businesses or the U.S. government.''
China is now vetting technology companies operating in the country for potential national-security breaches, which may put U.S. sales at risk for companies such as Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) in the world's largest market for personal computers. Forrester Research Inc. estimates purchases of information-technology products in China will rise 11 percent this year to $125 billion.
Microsoft ExclusionMicrosoft said this month it was ''surprised'' to learn that the China Central Government Procurement Center excluded its Windows 8 operating system from a purchase of energy-efficient computers. The official Xinhua News Agency called it ''a move to ensure computer security.''
''China's government is in a strong position given Snowden's disclosures,'' Clark said. ''If you give them an excuse, they will aggressively promote domestic brands.''
The review would be a further blow to IBM's business in China, where spending on server technology may grow 8.4 percent a year through 2017, compared with 2.2 percent globally, according to data compiled by IDC.
''It's a challenging market, for sure,'' Craig Stice, an analyst at IHS Technology, said in a phone interview. ''It's still an important piece because China is considered a growth market.''
China InvestmentThe company said its China revenue fell 20 percent in the first quarter after a 23 percent decline in the fourth quarter. Chief Financial Officer Martin Schroeter said on a conference call this month that the challenges were cyclical because half of its sales in the country come from its struggling hardware business, compared with 15 percent of worldwide sales coming from that unit. IBM also has a ''very heavy concentration'' in state-owned enterprises, he said.
''We are investing with the idea that China, like the rest of the growth markets, they're absolutely going to come back and they're going to be fine,'' Schroeter said at an investor conference. ''Now you can't predict when that's going to happen, but we continue to invest in China because we still see very good long-term opportunity there.''
While IBM doesn't break out revenue figures by country, 14 percent of its 2013 revenue of $99.8 billion came from the Asia-Pacific region excluding Japan, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. About 9.7 percent of total revenue came from its server business, the data show.
IBM shares fell 0.8 percent to $184.44 at 2:45 p.m. in New York, the lowest intraday price since March 20. Through last week, the stock was down 0.9 percent this year, compared with a 2.8 percent gain for the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.
Lenovo DealIBM announced in January it would sell its low-end server computer business to Beijing-based Lenovo Group Ltd. (992) for $2.3 billion. That transaction faces regulatory scrutiny including a U.S. national security review. Angela Lee, a Hong Kong-based spokeswoman for Lenovo, said she couldn't immediately comment.
Under the proposed deal with Lenovo, IBM will keep its higher-end hardware, including System z mainframes and Power servers. Lenovo would get IBM servers that use x86 processors, an industry-standard technology.
The transaction includes BladeCenter and Flex System blade-style servers -- slim devices that slide into racks -- along with switches that run corporate computer networks.
In addition to concern that Armonk, New York-based IBM's equipment poses a security threat, China's government also believes IBM servers are more expensive in China than in other regions, the people said.
''Anytime you have an American company that is sold overseas to a Chinese company, there will be concerns over security as it changes hands,'' Stice said.
Inspur SurgesChina Postal Savings Bank Co. is using servers made by Jinan-based Inspur Group Ltd. as part of a trial program that began in March 2013, the people said. The government plans to expand that trial to other banks, they said.
The group's Inspur International Ltd. (596) unit gained 9.4 percent, the most in almost a year, to close at HK$1.52 in Hong Kong trading. In Shenzhen, Inspur Electronic Information Industry Co. rose 4.7 percent.
Other agencies involved in the review include the National Development and Reform Commission, the China Banking Regulatory Commission, and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the people said. The NDRC, the Finance Ministry, the central bank and the CBRC didn't immediately respond to faxed requests for comment.
Chinese RetaliationThe U.S. indictment led China to suspend its involvement in a cybersecurity working group and drew formal protests from the ministries of defense and foreign affairs. The State Internet Information Office likened the U.S. actions to ''a thief yelling 'Catch the thief.'''
Last week, White House spokesman Jay Carney said President Barack Obama took the action because of ''concerns over government-sponsored, cyber-enabled theft of trade secrets and other sensitive business issues -- business information for commercial gains.''
Carney didn't say whether the U.S. had concerns about Chinese retaliation, which has been a pattern. During Obama's administration, the two nations have disputed trade on issues including tires, chicken parts, autos, rare-earth minerals and credit-card payment services.
Two days after the U.S. imposed tariffs on tire imports from China in September 2009, China announced dumping and anti-subsidy investigations on imports of poultry and autos from the U.S.
The U.S. on May 23 claimed victory over China in a dispute at the World Trade Organization involving autos. The Geneva-based trade arbiter determined anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duties China imposed on the goods violated trade rules. The Beijing government lifted the measures at the end of last year.
To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Steven Yang in Beijing at kyang74@bloomberg.net; Edmond Lococo in Beijing at elococo@bloomberg.net
To contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael Tighe at mtighe4@bloomberg.net Sarah Rabil, Crayton Harrison
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Sundays I typically stream the show across my computer, Airport Express connected to the component system with my ancient but still excellent Polk Audio 11 speakers, and my AppleTV so it plays throughout the house. My 9 year old daughter will listen with me and she makes me chuckle every time you play LGY because she shouts out with Lizzy.
One last comment for the day. It seems that the distribution of No Agenda CD may be helping listenership in the Denver area. It is always good to hear more donations coming from the northern Denver suburbs. I drop them off in coffee shops that I visit by the free rags then I watch to see who picks them up. I want to make sure that the staff aren’t throwing them away.
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Google Eyes Home Security, Dropcam
Wed, 28 May 2014 01:30
Google's Nest division is plotting a move into the home-security market and has considered acquiring connected camera-maker Dropcam to accelerate the push, according to several people close to Google.
The status of any talks between Google and Dropcam, which makes a $150 camera that streams footage to phones and computers, isn't clear. Spokespeople for both companies did not respond to requests for comment.
Nest's exploration of home security in addition to thermostats and smoke detectors comes as the war among tech companies to turn run-of-the mill household appliances into Internet-connected devices is heating up.
Apple next week is planning to take the wraps off a ''smart home'' software platform that would allow lighting controllers, security systems and other hardware to be controlled by iPhones, according to the Financial Times. The company is hoping to get gadget makers like Nest and Dropcam to communicate with its technology.
The strategies are in some ways the opposite of what you would expect from Google and Apple.
''TrueCrypt is not secure,'' official SourceForge page abruptly warns | Ars Technica
Wed, 28 May 2014 23:18
One of the official webpages for the widely used TrueCrypt encryption program says that development has abruptly ended and warns users of the decade-old tool that it isn't safe to use.
"WARNING: Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues," text in red at the top of TrueCrypt page on SourceForge states. The page continues: "This page exists only to help migrate existing data encrypted by TrueCrypt. The development of TrueCrypt was ended in 5/2014 after Microsoft terminated support of Windows XP. Windows 8/7/Vista and later offer integrated support for encrypted disks and virtual disk images. Such integrated support is also available on other platforms (click here for more information). You should migrate any data encrypted by TrueCrypt to encrypted disks or virtual disk images supported on your platform."
The advisory, which Ars couldn't immediately confirm was authentic, touched off a tsunami of comments on Twitter and other social media sites. For more than a decade, the open source and freely available TrueCrypt has been the program of choice of many security-minded people for encrypting sensitive files and even entire hard drives. Last year, amid revelations that the NSA can decode large swaths of the Internet's encrypted data, supporters ponied up large sums of money to audit TrueCrypt. Results from phase one of the audit released last month revealed no evidence of any backdoors. Additional audits were pending.
Matthew Green, a professor specializing in cryptography at Johns Hopkins University and one of the people who spearheaded the TrueCrypt audit, told Ars he had no advance notice of the announcement. He said the announcement appears to be authentic, an observation he repeated on Twitter. He told Ars he has privately contacted the largely secretive TrueCrypt developers in an attempt to confirm the site or get more more details.
The SourceForge page, which was delivered to people trying to view truecrypt.org pages, contained a new version of the program that, according to this "diff" analysis, appears to contain changes warning that the program isn't safe to use. Curiously, the new release also appeared to let users decrypt encrypted data but not create new volumes.
Significantly, TrueCrypt version 7.2 was certified with the official TrueCrypt private signing key, suggesting that the page warning that TrueCrypt isn't safe wasn't a hoax posted by hackers who managed to gain unauthorized access. After all, someone with the ability to sign new TrueCrypt releases probably wouldn't squander that hack with a prank. Alternatively, the post suggests that the cryptographic key that certifies the authenticity of the app has been compromised and is no longer in the exclusive control of the official TrueCrypt developers.
In either case, it's a good idea for TrueCrypt users to pay attention and realize that it may be necessary to move to a new crypto app. Ars will continue to cover this unfolding story as more information becomes available.
Here's what you need to know about the sudden and mysterious death of TrueCrypt '-- Tech News and Analysis
Thu, 29 May 2014 13:15
4 hours ago May. 29, 2014 - 2:33 AM PDT
The web security scene is thoroughly weirded out following the abrupt and inexplicable closure of the TrueCrypt project.
TrueCrypt was an anonymously authored piece of disk encryption software that came well-recommended '-- even Edward Snowden was keen on teaching people how to use it. It allowed users to create hidden volumes whose very existence would only be revealed with a secret password. This ''plausible deniability'' aspect was designed to protect users facing physical or legal attackers, who would remain ignorant of the secret compartment's existence and would therefore not start breaking kneecaps or threatening jail terms in order to find the password.
Any excuse for an XKCD comic:
So long'...Sometime on Wednesday, a message went up on the TrueCrypt web page, announcing that the software was ''not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues,'' before going on to state:
''This page exists only to help migrate existing data encrypted by TrueCrypt.
The development of TrueCrypt was ended in 5/2014 after Microsoft terminated support of Windows XP. Windows 8/7/Vista and later offer integrated support for encrypted disks and virtual disk images. Such integrated support is also available on other platforms (click here for more information). You should migrate any data encrypted by TrueCrypt to encrypted disks or virtual disk images supported on your platform.''
The page now includes a link to a new, smaller version of TrueCrypt that can only decrypt '-- further encryption is no longer possible. As security researcher Runa Sandvik noted on Forbes, this executable was ''certified with the official TrueCrypt signing key, proving that whoever updated the website is also in a position to release and certify new versions of the encryption software.''
If the TrueCrypt people were hacked, therefore, the hackers did a thorough job of impersonating them. It's hard to tell what happened. Cryptographer Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins has unsuccessfully tried to contact the anonymous developers, though he reckons the warning notice is the genuine article:
Audit connection?Green and Sandvik are both involved with the Open Crypto Audit project, which pretty much does what it says on the tin. Funded on Indiegogo and FundFill late last year, the project's first task was to audit TrueCrypt. The first phase of this mission was completed around a month ago, finding a handful of relatively minor vulnerabilities in the TrueCrypt bootloader and Windows kernel driver. The second phase '-- formal cryptanalysis of the software '-- was underway, but Green tweeted on Wednesday that the auditors hadn't found anything noteworthy yet.
So, assuming that this isn't all an intricate hoax, what happened? A good few Redditors reckon the TrueCrypt developers were trying to warn users that the authorities had gotten to them, without saying so explicitly due to some kind of secret subpoena. That said, TrueCrypt didn't hold user information the way, for example, Lavabit did.
What struck many as particularly odd was the developers' apparent recommendation of Microsoft's BitLocker as the preferred alternative, not so much because BitLocker is untrustworthy '-- as Sophos researcher James Lyne noted on Forbes, it's ''been the subject of numerous audits and standard checks'' '-- but because BitLocker only comes with pro and enterprise versions of post-XP versions of Windows.
What now?If, as the warning post appears to suggest, the death of XP renders TrueCrypt unnecessary, what are consumer-grade Windows users supposed to do now? For other platforms, there are alternatives '-- Mac users have FileVault and Linux users can turn to a few alternative implementations of the TrueCrypt encrypted container format '-- but TrueCrypt's cross-platform nature will be missed by many.
Can TrueCrypt now be forked? Green indicated that he hoped so, but he also told security expert Brian Krebs that TrueCrypt's peculiar, not-really-open-source licensing may be a blocker. He also expressed worries over the timing of the closure, what with that audit going on:
''There are a lot of things they could have done to make it easier for people to take over this code, including fixing the licensing situation. But maybe what they did today makes that impossible. They set the whole thing on fire, and now maybe nobody is going to trust it because they'll think there's some big evil vulnerability in the code'...
''Today's events notwithstanding, I was starting to have warm and fuzzy feelings about the code, thinking [the developers] were just nice guys who didn't want their names out there. But now this decision makes me feel like they're kind of unreliable. Also, I'm a little worried that the fact we were doing an audit of the crypto might have made them decide to call it quits.''
Hopefully, the truth will out.
Google self driving car excerpt from NYTimes
The vehicles will have electronic sensors that can see about 600 feet in all directions. Despite that, they will have rearview mirrors because they are required by California’s vehicle code, Dr. Urmson said. The front of the car will be made from a foamlike material in case the computer fails and it hits a pedestrian. It looks like a little bubble car from the future, streamlined to run by itself — a big change from the boxy Lexus SUV Google has been retrofitting the last few years with self-driving technology.
NOT GETTING LAID IN THIS-Google's driverless car: no steering wheel, two seats, 25mph | Technology | theguardian.com
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:53
Google has demonstrated its own driverless car, a design that does away with all conventional controls including the steering wheel, and says it will build 100 of the vehicles for testing with the eventual aim of "bringing this technology to the world safely".
The company had for several years been testing everyday cars equipped with sensors, navigation equipment and computers to drive themselves but in the meantime it has secretly developed a prototype from scratch that will have no facility for a human to take control, other than an emergency stop button.
An initial 100 testbed versions would retain manual controls, Google said as it unveiled the car on Tuesday. The controls are needed to comply with the law in California which along with Nevada and Florida allows autonomous vehicles but only if a driver can take charge.
Google's driverless car in action.Chris Urmson, director of Google's self-driving car project, said the aim was to run extended tests in California where Google is based. Urmson argued driverless cars would improve road safety, calling the development "an important step toward improving road safety and transforming mobility for millions of people".
Google said its testing had suggested it was safer to remove conventional controls altogether because the results of a human having to take over suddenly and unexpectedly were unpredictable and potentially dangerous. ''We saw stuff that made us a little nervous,'' Urmson told the New York Times.
The toy-like concept vehicle has two seats, a screen displaying the route and a top speed of 25mph (40km/h). An array of sensors allows the vehicle's computer to determine its location and surroundings and it can "see" several hundred metres, according to Google.
Mary Meeker's 2014 Internet Presentation
Thu, 29 May 2014 10:18
Every year, former analyst and venture capitalist Mary Meeker releases an in-depth look at the state of the web. The Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner also hints at up-and-coming startups and uncovers digital trends with an array of surprising stats.This morning, she released it at Re/code's CodeCon conference. We've uploaded it here.
LulzSec hacker 'Sabu' gets very lenient sentence after helping US.
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:03
27 May 2014Last updated at 17:41 A convicted hacker-turned-informant, who was facing in excess of 20 years in prison, has been handed a sentence of a year's supervision.
Hector Xavier Monsegur - known as "Sabu" - was arrested in 2011 on hacking charges.
He had faced a lengthy term, but instead agreed to work with US authorities to identify other hacking suspects.
The FBI said Monsegur had stopped more than 300 hacking attacks.
In a New York court, a judge sentenced him to seven months - which he has already served - and a year's supervision.
'Cybercriminal target'Monsegur was said to be the "leader" of LulzSec, a group, formed in 2011, known for several high-profile hack attacks.
LulzSec was an offshoot of the Anonymous hacktivist movement, and took credit for hitting the websites of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), among others.
When Monsegur was arrested later in the same year, he agreed to carry on operating in the hacking community, under FBI supervision.
Authorities said they were able to use his connections to prosecute and convict a number of hackers, including the "number one cybercriminal target in the world" at the time - Jeremy Hammond.
The FBI said that thanks to Monsegur, future high-profile attacks had been prevented.
Victims of the attacks were to include the US Armed Forces, the US Congress and Nasa as well as a "television network, a video game manufacturer and an electronics conglomerate".
The hacktivist community has reacted angrily to the sentencing.
Court documents made public this week described how Monsegur had been "approached on the street and threatened or menaced" once details of his cooperation had become known.
Reacting to the news today, Monsegur was described by some as a "traitor" and a "super snitch".
F-Russia / Ukraine / Syria
Rubbish hotels, terrible value and the least helpful locals: Russian capital Moscow voted the worst city in the world to visit 2014
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:34
Visitors planning a city break to the Russian capital should expect locals to be unfriendly, the hotels to be awful, a scarcity of shops and for everything there is to be wildly overpriced.
According to the annual Cities Survey from TripAdvisor, which collates the opinions of more than 54,000 travellers to the top 37 urban tourist destinations around the world, Moscow came in last place in a competition-beating five review categories.
Though on the topic of ''best overall experience'' it only came third-last, the city was second-last for family-friendliness, restaurants and shopping, and rock bottom for helpful locals, taxi services and drivers, value for money and hotels.
Mumbai was actually voted the worst city for overall experience, despite only coming last on clean streets and ease of getting around '' clearly categories which weigh highly on the minds of reviewers.
And second-last was the picturesque city of Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, presumably because there is little else to do beyond admiring the view.
The survey did also rank the cities that came out top in each category, with Tokyo crowned the best destination for tourists overall (see gallery above for the rest of the top 10).
London sadly missed out overall, coming 11th, but achieved a respectable second place for nightlife and third for shopping, coming behind New York, and Dubai and New York, respectively.
Our own capital was perhaps let down by Londoners themselves '' though for cabbies we ranked highly, for helpful locals London came 32nd of the 37 cities.
London's worst performance was in value for money '' visitors voted the city 34th in terms of how far a pound will stretch.
Other high ranking cities included Singapore, which was number one for comfort traveling alone and second for taxi service, cleanliness of streets, ease of getting around and family-friendliness; Rome, which topped the list of things to do and culture; and Dubai, first for shopping and hotels.
TripAdvisor spokesperson James Kay said: ''London has always had a lot to offer tourists, so it is no surprise to see the capital ranking high for nightlife, shopping and attractions. But it seems we Londoners can still learn a lot from the friendly residents of Tokyo when it comes to making visitors to the city feel at ease.''
'Chocolate King' Poroshenko wins Ukraine presidency: exit polls.
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:30
By Richard Balmforth and Natalia Zinets
KIEVSun May 25, 2014 4:34pm EDT
1 of 17. Ukrainian businessman, politician and presidential candidate Petro Poroshenko (L front) and his wife Maryna (R front), cast their votes during a presidential election at a polling station in Kiev May 25, 2014.
Credit: Reuters/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
KIEV (Reuters) - Billionaire Petro Poroshenko claimed Ukraine's presidency on Sunday after exit polls gave him an absolute majority in a first round of voting and, vowing to end a conflict with pro-Russian rebels, he pledged to align his country with Europe.
Exit polls gave Poroshenko, a confectionery magnate with long experience in government, more than 55 percent of the vote, well ahead of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in second place with just over 12 percent. If confirmed by results on Monday, there will be no need for a runoff vote on June 15.
Ukrainians, weary of six months of political turmoil, hope their new president will be able to pull their country of 45 million people back from the brink of bankruptcy, dismemberment and civil war that prevented voting in parts of the Russian-speaking east of the country.
"All the polls show that the election has been completed in one round and the country has a new president," Poroshenko, 48, told a news conference. His businesses have earned him a fortune of over $1 billion and the nickname the "Chocolate King".
At his campaign headquarters, he told supporters the majority of Ukrainians had given him a mandate to continue a course of integration with the rest of Europe but said his first priority was to travel to the east of the country to end "war and chaos" caused by armed pro-Russian separatists there.
He said he was ready to negotiate with opponents and offer amnesty to those who laid down weapons - but he ruled out any negotiation with killers and "terrorists".
Pro-Russian separatists barred people from voting in much of Ukraine's Donbass industrial heartland, turning the main city of Donetsk into a ghost town, after days of violence in the surrounding region in which at least 20 people were killed.
Asked by a foreign journalist about relations with Russia, Poroshenko, speaking in fluent English, said he would insist on respect for Ukraine's "sovereignty and territorial integrity". He also said Ukraine would never recognize Russia's "occupation of Crimea", the Black Sea region seized by Moscow in March.
But Poroshenko will have to try to find common ground with Ukraine's giant northern neighbor, which provides most of its natural gas and is the major market for its exports. He was later quoted saying that he would "certainly" meet Putin since Russian involvement was essential to establishing stability.
UPHEAVAL
Sunday's election marked the culmination of a revolution that erupted last November, forced pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovich to flee in February and spiraled into an existential crisis when Moscow responded by declaring its right to invade Ukraine to protect its large Russian-speaking population.
The pro-Moscow separatists have proclaimed independent "people's republics" in the provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk and blocked voting there as that would imply they were still part of Ukraine. Nor was any vote held in Russian-annexed Crimea.
Ukrainian officials hailed a high voter turnout in much of the sprawling country but said only about 20 percent of polling stations in the two restive eastern regions had functioned. One man was reported killed in a shootout in Luhansk region after what officials said was a militant raid on a polling station.
Putin, who branded eastern Ukraine "New Russia" last month, has made more accommodating noises of late, saying on Saturday he would respect the voters' will. He has announced the pullback
of tens of thousands of Russian troops massed on the border.
But the absence of more than 15 percent of the potential electorate from the election could give Moscow an excuse to raise doubts about the victor's legitimacy and continue applying pressure on the new president in Kiev.
Poroshenko is hardly a new face in Ukrainian politics, having served in a cabinet under Yanukovich and also under a previous government led by Yanukovich's foes. This breadth of experience has given him a reputation as a pragmatist capable of bridging Ukraine's divide between supporters and foes of Moscow.
He nevertheless was a strong backer of the street protests that toppled Yanukovich and is thus acceptable to many in the "Maidan" movement of pro-European protesters who have kept their tented camp in the capital to keep pressure on the new leaders.
After Yanukovich fled in February after more than 100 people were killed, Moscow refused to recognize the interim leaders in Kiev, describing them as a fascist junta who threaten the safety of millions of Russian speakers.
Tymoshenko, freed from jail on the day Yanukovich fled to Russia, appeared to accept her defeat by a long-time rival, saying in a brief appearance that the vote had been fair.
Ukrainians hope the vote can help because Moscow could not so quickly dismiss an elected leader with a solid mandate.
The United States and European Union also view the election as a decisive step towards ending their worst confrontation with Moscow since the Cold War.
Their response to Russian interference in Ukraine so far has been limited to freezing the assets of a few dozen Russian individuals and small firms. But they have threatened to take far more serious measures, even targeting whole sectors of Russian industry, if Moscow interferes with the vote.
In a statement, U.S. President Barack Obama did not preempt the results by naming Poroshenko but he praised Ukrainians for turning out to vote despite violence and said the United States looked forward to working with Ukraine's new president.
"This election is another important step forward in the efforts of the Ukrainian government to unify the country and reach out to all of its citizens to ensure their concerns are addressed and aspirations met," he said.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said: "Whether Poroshenko manages to unite a divided country will depend above all on how the constitutional process will now be approached, what kind of messages will be sent to the eastern region ... also to the Russian-speakers."
Constitutional changes since Yanukovich's fall will leave Poroshenko with less power than his predecessor once he is formally sworn in, probably not before next month. He will share power with Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and parliament.
Poroshenko, who has worked closely with the liberal Yatseniuk in recent months, said there should be a parliamentary election before the end of the year.
'VIOLATION OF MY RIGHTS'
Some Ukrainians in the east who tried to vote complained about being denied their democratic right.
"What kind of polls are these? Things are bad," said pensioner Grigory Nikitayich, 72, in Donetsk.
Ukrainian soldier Ivan Satsuk, manning a roadblock near the eastern port of Mariupol, said he would not have voted for Poroshenko if had been able to cast a ballot amid the violence but he was pleased the election had ended so quickly.
"I will support him now," he said. "What we need soonest is legitimate authorities with a strong mandate to start dealing decisively with all this separatist mess."
At the headquarters of the Donetsk People's Republic, the pro-Russian separatist movement which declared independence after a makeshift referendum two weeks ago, a woman named Klavdia was dismissive of Kiev's attempts to hold an election.
"We don't pay attention to other countries' elections, really," she said. "We just had a big laugh of them today - not a single polling station was opened in Donetsk today because their election officials didn't show up."
Yatseniuk hailed Sunday's election as a victory for democracy and the rule of law despite the disruption in the east. "Efforts by the Russian Federation and the terrorists it finances to derail the elections are doomed to failure. We will have a legitimate head of state," he said before polls closed.
Moscow denies financing or training the separatists, denials that Western countries dismiss as absurd.
Putin pledged on Saturday to "respect" the people's choice and work with Ukraine's new administration - a conciliatory move during an economic forum at which he had acknowledged U.S. and EU sanctions over Ukraine were hurting the Russian economy.
He played down talk of a return to Cold War with the West and dismissed the idea he was bent on restoring the former USSR, whose collapse he has in the past lamented.
(Additional reporting by Gabriela Baczynska, Sabina Zawadzki and Lina Kushch in Donetsk, Gareth Jones, Alastair Macdonald and Pavel Polityuk in Kiev, Alexandra Hudson in Berlin and Jeff Mason in Washington; Writing by Gareth Jones; Editing by Alastair Macdonald and Sophie Hares)
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Hayden Panettiere & Wladimir Klitschko Expecting A Baby!
Wed, 28 May 2014 16:05
Hayden Panettiere is set to be a mom!
The Heroes beauty and her boxing fianc(C) Wladimir Klitschko, 38, are expecting their first baby, insiders told US Weekly Wednesday.
The 24-year-old Nashville starlet and Ukrainian hunk have been seeing one another sporadically for more than five years, and engaged since 2013.
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Last November the stunning New York native hypothesized what her child with Klitschko would look like combining both of their features.
''He's got bowlegs and I've got knocked knees, so they're going to have straight legs and they'll be normal height,'' the Scream 4 stunner joked of the combo.
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The former child star has also been romantically connected to former Heroes co-star Milo Ventimiglia and NFL player Scotty McKnight.
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Syrian Rebels Describe U.S.-Backed Training in Qatar
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:12
WASHINGTON '-- With reports indicating that forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad are gaining ground in that country's brutal civil war, moderate Syrian rebels have told a visiting journalist that the United States is arranging their training in Qatar.
In a documentary to be aired Tuesday night, the rebels describe their clandestine journey from the Syrian battlefield to meet with their American handlers in Turkey and then travel on to Qatar, where they say they received training in the use of sophisticated weapons and fighting techniques, including, one rebel said, ''how to finish off soldiers still alive after an ambush.''
The interviews are the latest evidence that after more than three years of warfare, the United States has stepped up the provision of lethal aid to the rebels. In recent months, at least five rebel units have posted videos showing their members firing U.S.-made TOW anti-tank missiles at Syrian positions. The weapons are believed to have come from Saudi Arabia, but experts on international arms transfers have told McClatchy that they could not have been given to the rebels without the approval of the Obama administration.
The documentary, produced by FRONTLINE for airing on PBS stations, features journalist Muhammad Ali, who has been following the Syrian civil war for the program. It shows Ali meeting up with a seemingly moderate faction of the rebels, though the faction itself is not identified '-- apparently for fear of angering its American contacts.
Ali is shown riding with a rebel supply officer as he traveled to the Turkish border to reportedly pick up American-supplied Russian weapons and ammunition, but he is not allowed to accompany the fighters to the actual meeting. When the rebels return to pick him up, they display bullets and a mortar, which are shown in the film, and tell him they have received TOW missiles; the missiles are not shown, however.
The commander of the unit also told Ali that their American contacts had asked him to bring 80 to 90 members of his unit to Ankara for training. Once in Ankara, after a 14-hour drive from Syria, they were interrogated for days about their political leanings and their unit's fighting history. The commander told Ali that their questioners identified themselves as belonging to ''the military,'' but that he believed they were from the CIA.
On the final day, they were told that they would be flown the next day to a training camp in Qatar, a monarchy in the Persian Gulf. Then they were transported to a training facility they believed was near the border with Saudi Arabia.
One of the fighters said they received three weeks of training in how to conduct ambushes, conduct raids and use their weapons. They also said they received new uniforms and boots.
''They trained us to ambush regime or enemy vehicles and cut off the road,'' said the fighter, who is identified only as ''Hussein.'' ''They also trained us on how to attack a vehicle, raid it, retrieve information or weapons and munitions, and how to finish off soldiers still alive after an ambush.''
But whether such aid from the United States helps bring the peace in the form of negotiation or extend the war by giving the rebels false hope remains unclear.
Indeed, the fighters told Ali that they cannot win without anti-aircraft missiles against Assad superior air war, which they have yet to receive.
''When I saw there was no training in anti-aircraft missiles, my morale was destroyed,'' one fighter told Ali.
For the United States, its new effort means treading slowly into murky waters. In the last few months, the United States has signaled it is increasingly interested in finding an ally that can force Assad to the negotiation table and curtail the burgeoning al Qaida threat coming from extremist groups fighting Assad.
The United States has refused to confirm its growing efforts to help the fighters. Neither the Pentagon nor the CIA would comment on Frontline's findings.
For the United States, publicly embracing such an effort presents many challenges, chief among them widespread opposition among U.S. voters for more direct U.S. involvement in the Syrian conflict. When the United States was considering a military strike on Syria last summer after a chemical weapons attack in the Damascus suburbs, polling showed overwhelming opposition to U.S. military intervention.
Moreover, many both inside and out of government fear U.S.-provided weapons could make their way into extremist hands, particularly in a place like Syria, where alliances and foes change with breakneck fluidity. Moderate rebel groups have worked closely with the al Qaida-aligned Nusra Front and the Islamic Front, one of whose factions, Ahrar al Sham, includes al Qaida members among its founders.
Perhaps because of those reasons, Congress has never publicly signed off on funding for a training and arming effort, and officially, the United States only provides non-lethal aid, like food rations, clothing and first aid supplies.
Russian strategy to buy up Europe's refineries exposed
Mon, 26 May 2014 07:59
Russia's strategy of buying up oil refineries in Europe could compromise the bloc's energy security, EU officials said in a draft report prepared for the region's leaders.
Europe's refining sector has been weakened by a combination of high oil prices, slack demand and poor profit margins, prompting many companies to sell off refining units, which Russia has been buying.
Russia's Lukoil, for instance, owns refining operations in Italy, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Romania. Gazprom through its oil arm Gazprom Neft also owns refineries.
In a report prepared ahead of a summit meeting of EU leaders in June, the European Commission is expected next week to make public its vision of how to improve energy security in response to the crisis in Ukraine, the transit route for roughly half the gas Russia exports to the European Union.
Among the many issues it says need to be closely monitored, it cites increased Russian ownership of EU refineries.
"Combined with the dependence on Russian crude oil, and the emerging influence of Russian players, the refinery industry is vulnerable to political interference," a draft seen by Reuters of the Commission's strategy on EU energy security says.
The EU relies on Russia for 27% of its gas consumption and about a third of its oil, the Commission, the EU executive, says.
Europe also receives imports of refined products from the United States, which the International Energy Agency says has overtaken Russia as the EU's leading supplier, although Russia seized back the top spot earlier this year when U.S. refineries were undergoing seasonal maintenance.
For the EU, the biggest gas supply threat is a price dispute between Kiev and Moscow that has led Moscow to warn it could cut supplies to Ukraine, with possible knock-on effects for the EU.
There is no immediate threat to oil supplies, as Russia lacks sufficient capacity to refine the oil it produces and relies therefore on EU refineries, the Commission says.
But Director General for Energy in the Commission Dominique Ristori said the Commission was assessing "all aspects" of energy security, including refining.
"Our main concern will be to increase the preparedness for the next winter," he said on the sidelines of a conference on the EU refining industry on Thursday.
The Commission is expected to call on member states to assess their vulnerability to any supply crisis and to build up inventories.
Longer term, the Commission is seeking to increase fuel efficiency and increase the use of electric vehicles and alternative fuels, such as biofuels.
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News groups complain about gov't rules on leaks | CNS News
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:16
WASHINGTON (AP) '-- News organizations complained Tuesday in a meeting with the attorney general about the Justice Department's decision to limit new protections in criminal leaks investigations to include only journalists engaged in "ordinary newsgathering." They worried that the decision introduces ambiguities in the rules that zealous prosecutors might try to exploit.
The meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder centered on new Justice Department guidelines for obtaining records from news media organizations in leak investigations. Holder did not explicitly agree to rewrite the new rules, but another meeting on the subject was tentatively scheduled for later this summer, said Karen Kaiser, general counsel for The Associated Press, who attended the meeting at the Justice Department's headquarters.
The new rules, revealed in February, were designed to give news organizations an opportunity to challenge any subpoenas or search warrants in federal court. They stipulate that news organizations are to be informed of an impending document demand unless the attorney general determines that the notice would threaten the investigation, affect national security or present a risk of death or serious injury. And they say the Justice Department may apply for a search warrant to obtain a journalist's materials only when that person is a focus of a criminal probe for conduct outside the scope of ordinary newsgathering.
But in Tuesday's meeting, lawyers for media organizations complained that restricting the new protections to cover "ordinary newsgathering" was needlessly unclear.
The Justice Department in a statement said the news organizations made compelling arguments that it will consider.
A lawyer for the Newspaper Association of America who attended the meeting, Kurt Wimmer, said the Justice Department in using the "ordinary newsgathering" language seemed to be trying to distinguish between a journalist obtaining documents from a source versus hacking into a computer to receive the same material.
Hacking into computers "probably isn't ordinary newsgathering in their view, and I think most journalists might agree with that," Wimmer said. "But it's very difficult to draw the line."
The guidelines followed disclosures that the Justice Department had secretly subpoenaed telephone records for reporters and editors for The Associated Press, and also had secretly used a search warrant to obtain some emails of a Fox News journalist as part of a separate investigation.
Holder declined to discuss the case of New York Times reporter James Risen, who is battling government efforts to force him to testify at the trial of a former CIA officer who is accused of leaking classified information. But the Justice Department said he reiterated his position that no journalist would be prosecuted for "performing ordinary newsgathering activities" as long as Holder is attorney general.
Holder also agreed to release a memorandum that was previously distributed to federal prosecutors and that the Justice Department said outlines safeguards intended to protect journalists' newsgathering records.
Under rules established by the government, the meeting was considered to take place "on background," meaning participants were asked not to record it or afterward attribute specific statements to anyone who attended. But participants were allowed to answer questions about the meeting and describe issues that were discussed.
The AP case involves a criminal investigation into the AP's sources of information about a foiled al-Qaida bomb plot in Yemen. The AP's story in May 2012 attributed details of the operation to unnamed government officials. In the leaks case after the AP story, a former FBI explosives expert later pleaded guilty to possessing and disclosing classified information.
The Fox News story concerned a report involving classified information about North Korea. The investigation of the Fox story resulted in a State Department expert on North Korea pleading guilty to passing classified information to a journalist.
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Four things we've learned from the EU Google judgment | ICO Blog
Tue, 27 May 2014 11:25
By David Smith, Deputy Commissioner and Director of Data Protection.
The Court of Justice of the European Union grabbed headlines last week when it ruled in favour of a man who wanted Google to remove information about him from its search results. Here, we reflect on what we've learned from that judgment.
We've also produced a brief overview of what we see as the main points of the judgment.
1. Search engines may have to remove some search resultsLet's imagine an Adam Brown puts his name into a search engine. The list of results includes a link to a webpage that contains personal information about him. This judgment ruled that if the way that information is being used doesn't fit with European data protection law, for instance if it is inadequate, irrelevant or outdated, then Adam can request that the link is removed from future search results. The search provider will have to comply unless there is an overriding public interest.
He'll need to contact the search company to remove links from search results, and if the search provider refuses the request, he can contact the ICO.
This judgment was only made last week, and the companies will need some time to work out how they're going to handle this. We won't be ruling on any complaints until the search providers have had a reasonable time to put their systems in place and start considering requests. After that, we'll be focusing on concerns linked to clear evidence of damage and distress to individuals.
2. There's life in the data protection law yetThis is a judgment that we welcome. It sets out a framework to hold data controllers operating online search engines to account for the personal data they process. It also backs our view that search engines are subject to data protection law, clarifying an area that was previously uncertain.
It's worth noting that the judgment does all this under the existing European Data Protection Directive. Some critics have previously suggested the law is no longer fit for purpose '' and indeed we'd still back calls for it to be updated '' but this ruling shows the existing directive can still be relevant when discussing modern data protection issues.
3. A 'right to be forgotten' will still be difficult in practiceThere are some who are seeking to draw out much wider implications of the judgment for freedom of expression in general. It is important to keep the implications in proportion and recognise that there is no absolute right to have links removed. Also, the original publication and the search engine are considered separately: the public record of a newspaper may not be deleted even if the link to it from a search website is removed.
We recognise that there will be difficult judgments to make on whether links should be removed. It is also important to remember that the exemption for journalism, art and literature under section 32 of the Data Protection Act can be applied by media organisations, bloggers and other publishers of information, depending on the circumstances.
What this is not, then, is a full or absolute 'right to be forgotten'. As we previously indicated in our analysis of the draft European Data Protection Regulation, such a right would be a valuable tool in enabling individuals to have stronger rights in terms of controlling the dissemination of information about them. But our concern remains how this can be achieved in practice and how to set reasonable expectations for the public about how such a right can operate. The right to be forgotten can help reduce privacy intrusion but we have to be realistic about how difficult it can be to completely remove all traces of personal information online.
4. This is the beginning, not the endThe judgment might mark the end of a lengthy legal process, but it marks the beginning in terms of how a decision in Luxembourg affects the man in the street here in the UK.
Although compliance with the judgment is primarily a matter for the search engines, there is now a key responsibility for the data protection authorities, including the ICO, to interpret and apply this judgment to concerns raised with us. We believe the judgment provides space to strike a balance between the right to privacy and the public's right to know, recognising the role search engines play in facilitating access to information in today's society. Guidance will be needed from data protection authorities to ensure search providers take the right approach.
We will be discussing this issue with our fellow European Data Protection Authorities in the Article 29 Working Party at the start of next month, to ensure a consistent approach is taken across Europe. Once we have done that we will be speaking to the main search providers established in the UK.
In the meantime, we expect search providers to start the process of considering what solutions are needed to deal with requests to remove links. We recognise that the challenge is logistical and technical. Any solutions should enable appropriate consideration to be given to each case, and should reflect a judgment that upholds the data protection rights of individuals.
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US deploys Special Forces to train military units in North and West Africa
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:40
By Eric London28 May 2014The New York Times published a front-page article by Eric Schmitt on Monday detailing an Obama administration program aimed at establishing new elite military units in four African nations.
According to the Times, the ''secretive program, financed in part with millions of dollars in classified Pentagon spending and carried out by trainers, including members of the Army's Green Berets and Delta Force, was begun last year to instruct and equip hundreds of handpicked commandos in Libya, Niger, Mauritania and Mali.''
Although the ostensible purpose of the program is to combat terrorism, the new detachments are being set up to aid US imperialism in its drive to gain control of natural resources and establish positions of strategic geopolitical importance on the continent.
The Times reports that a total of $70 million is being spent on training and the purchase of weapons and spy equipment for ''counterterrorism battalions'' in Niger and Mauritania, where, according to senior Obama administration officials, the new units are in their ''formative stages.'' Though funding for the new military programs has not yet reached Mali, an additional $16 million has been spent to establish two companies of elite soldiers in Libya, where the Obama administration has, according to the Times, ''tapped into a classified spending account called Section 1208, devised to aid foreign troops assisting American forces conducting counterterrorism missions.''
The move comes as the US and its Western imperialist rivals'--France, the United Kingdom and Germany'--are intensifying the neocolonial drive to carve up the African continent. Following the 2011 bombing campaign against Libya, the major imperialist powers have undertaken a series of new military adventures.
The French government under President Fran§ois Hollande has waged war in Mali and the Central African Republic and the US has expanded its military presence on the continent. As of May 21, US soldiers were officially engaged in military operations in Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia and Djibouti. (The US has a permanent military base in Djibouti). Prior to 2011, the US officially had troops on the ground in only four of the above-listed countries.
According to the US African Command (AFRICOM), military exercises and training partnerships have also taken place in South Africa, Morocco, Ghana, Tunisia, Botswana, Senegal, Liberia, Cameroon and Gabon in the last two years.
Details surrounding the new program underscore how American efforts to outstrip Washington's rivals, including China, in the race for control of the continent have placed US imperialism in league with the exact forces it claims to be opposing.
Libya, one of the four countries where the US military is attempting to establish loyal elite units, is the prime example of US alignment with Islamic fundamentalist forces. A December 2013 report by the Times detailed how the forces that attacked the US consulate and a Central Intelligence Agency outpost in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 had previously been in the pay of the CIA. Such examples of ''blowback'' are evidence of the connections between the US and terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda, which arose from anti-Soviet Islamist forces that were financed and armed by the US prior to and during the Soviet Union's war in Afghanistan in the 1980s.
In Monday's article, the Times made oblique references to US links to Islamist terrorist forces in Africa. It quoted AFRICOM Commander Maj. Gen. Patrick Donahue as saying: ''You have to make sure of who you're training. It can't be the standard, 'Has this guy been a terrorist or some sort of criminal?' But also, 'What are his allegiances? Is he true to the country, or is he still bound to his militia?'''
Such statements by US military officials shed light on the events at a former American training camp outside of Tripoli, where the government says Libyan forces receiving US military training were overrun by Islamic militias in the summer of 2013. A report by the Daily Beast published at the end of April revealed that the former US base is now an operating center for Al Qaeda and serves, according to an anonymous US Defense Department official, as part of ''a major thoroughfare, the I-95 for foreign fighters into Syria from Africa.''
The Times article references ''the collapse of the American counterterrorism training mission last August at Base 27,'' and cites it as a ''sobering reminder'' of the risks associated with the establishment of US-backed elite units. The Times cites American military officials who suspect that the raid of Base 27 was ''an inside job in which a Libyan officer or soldier tipped off some local Tripoli militia members about the material stored at the base.''
The Times and its military sources have every interest in papering over both the proximity of the connections between the CIA and Al Qaeda-linked forces and the US government's knowledge of those ties. Whatever the exact details of the working relationship between the US and terrorists, the comment from Donahue and the calls by a former US Special Operations officer cited by the Times for ''more adult supervision'' of US-backed elite military units is an acknowledgement that US imperialism chooses to work with forces that pose the danger of ''blowback'' and against which the ''war on terror'' is supposedly being waged.
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Libya plunging towards civil war
Tue, 27 May 2014 12:56
By Jean Shaoul27 May 2014Three years after the NATO-led campaign backed armed Islamist militias to overthrow the regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, Libya teeters on the brink of all-out civil war.
With rival militias fighting for control of Libya's vast energy resources, the coup bid by retired general Khalifa Hifter's Libyan National Army killed at least 79 and wounded more than 140 in attacks in the eastern port city of Benghazi and the capital Tripoli.
Three of the most important air bases in the east of the country joined him, and used government warplanes and helicopters to bombard Islamist bases. One of the targets, along with the Al Qaeda-linked February 17 Martyrs and Rafallah Al Sahati Brigades, was Ansar al-Sharia, the group implicated in the September 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi and the CIA annex that resulted in the deaths of the US ambassador and three other Americans.
The Qaaqaa militia allied to Hifter stormed the parliament building in Tripoli and suspended the Islamist-dominated General National Congress (GNC)'--whose term expired in February. They kidnapped about 20 lawmakers and government officials to prevent a vote approving the cabinet of recently appointed Prime Minister Ahmad Maiteeg.
Born in Benghazi, Hifter had been an army chief of staff under Gaddafi. Falling out with Gaddafi after his capture during the Libyan intervention in Chad in the 1980s, he moved to the US, spending nearly 30 years in Langley, Virginia, where he was trained by the CIA.
Last Wednesday, Hifter called on the Supreme Court to appoint a civilian council to oversee new elections on June 25. With a line dictated by Washington, he accused the government of fostering terrorism and called for a ban on Islamist parties such as the Muslim Brotherhood. He said he would run for president, an office that has remained vacant since Gaddafi's ouster.
All but declaring support for the coup, the US ambassador to Libya, Deborah Jones, insisted that while the Obama administration did not support or have any advance knowledge of Hifter's actions, ''It's very difficult to step up and condemn'' Hifter, given that his forces are ''going after very specific groups'...on our list of terrorists.''
''I am not going to come out and condemn blanketly what he did,'' she added.
Hifter's move against the government came as the US relocated 200 Marines from Spain to Sicily so as to be able to intervene if necessary. NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that NATO was ready to assist Libya, should the government request help.
In reality, according to Debkafile, which has close ties with Israeli intelligence services, unidentified American organisations are providing Hifter with funds and intelligence while sources in Abu Dhabi are providing them with weapons, or financing their purchase in Libya's flourishing arms market. Some of the Islamist militias in Benghazi claim that foreign support even extends to providing the aircraft to carry out the bombing.
In January, the US State Department designated three chapters of Ansar al-Sharia in Benghazi, Derna, and Tunisia as terrorist organisations, and three of the groups' leaders, Sufian Ben Qumu, Ahmed Abu Khattalah, and Seifallah Ben Hassine, as ''global terrorists.''
Hifter's campaign, ''Operation Dignity'', apparently has support from the powerful Zintan militia, based in the city of Zintan, southwest of Tripoli, and militias in the eastern province of Cyrenaica. Some of the government's armed forces, including the air force, dozens of state bodies, and even some members of the government itself, including Libya's ambassador to the UN, have rallied to him, as well as former elements of the Gaddafi regime. But his disparate coalition agrees on little other than its opposition to the Islamist-led government.
The government, now hopelessly split, has called Operation Dignity an attempted coup, ordered the arrest of those taking part and has refused to step down. But it has been powerless to restore order under conditions where some of the national armed forces'--made up of numerous militias'--have turned against it. While it wanted to impose a state of emergency in the capital with a dusk-to-dawn curfew, it was incapable of implementing it.
Libya has for months been without a functioning political or legal system, ever since the former Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, in office for barely a year, was kidnapped briefly last October. He resigned in March and fled the country in fear of his life following the inability of his government's forces to prevent the rogue oil tanker Morning Glory leaving the rebel-held port of Sidra with Libyan oil. His successor resigned weeks after his appointment following an armed attack on his family.
The government and the GNC, made up of Islamist forces, former Gaddafi-regime figures and criminal elements, are widely reviled for their inability to rein in the hundreds of lawless militias and criminal gangs that control the country, and intimidate, kidnap, imprison and assassinate people to extort ransoms. According to the Atlantic Council, at least 250,000 men under arms are members of militias, in a country of six million people, and on the government payroll even though only 30,000 took part in Gaddafi's ouster. Millions of people have fled the country to escape the chronic insecurity, unemployment, poverty and power shortages.
Rebels have taken control of energy-rich Cyrenaica, declaring it an autonomous province, blockading oil facilities, and cutting off one of Libya's last remaining pipelines in the west of the country. Strikes at the oil refineries have led to petrol shortages. While the government has struck a deal with the rebels and retaken control of the oil, production is little more than 10 percent of its capacity.
Tribal leaders in Fezzan in the south are also opposed to the government and are seeking autonomy in a federal state.
Libya's 17 most powerful militias are mostly tribal or regional units that broke away from the army after the overthrow of Gaddafi. The strongest group, the Misrata Brigade, itself a coalition of 200 small militias, has as yet played no part in the current conflict.
When asked his opinion about Libya's future, Michael Morell, a former deputy director and acting director of the CIA, admitted that it was on the point of disintegration, saying, ''It is one of the biggest nation-building challenges that I have seen.''
Egypt's military leader and presidential candidate Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, whose government is waging an all-out war on the Muslim Brotherhood, is also believed to be backing Hifter. Al-Sisi has previously called on the Western powers to intervene militarily in Libya. He is seeking to form a broader alliance including the US, France, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Algeria to pre-empt the emergence of an Islamist government in Libya.
Algeria has reinforced security on its southern border with Libya and recalled oil workers. It has faced attacks by Al Qaeda-linked groups in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). In April, 11 soldiers were killed in Tizi Ouzou, 100 kilometres east of the Algerian capital. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika asked US Secretary of State John Kerry during his visit to Algeria in April to provide security intelligence to Washington's North African partners and establish, through a program of military cooperation with the Sahel countries, a joint headquarters in the city of Tamanrasset with military representatives from five countries in the region.
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State Department tells U.S. citizens to leave Libya immediately.
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:40
WASHINGTONWed May 28, 2014 2:43am EDT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The State Department on Tuesday told U.S. citizens in Libya to leave immediately, warning that the security situation in the country was "unpredictable and unstable."
"The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all travel to Libya and recommends that U.S. citizens currently in Libya depart immediately," the State Department said in a new travel warning.
"Because of the presumption that foreigners, especially U.S. citizens, in Libya may be associated with the U.S. government or U.S. NGO's, travelers should be aware that they may be targeted for kidnapping, violent attacks, or death. U.S. citizens currently in Libya should exercise extreme caution and depart immediately," it said.
"The security situation in Libya remains unpredictable and unstable," the warning added.
The last travel warning on Dec. 12 strongly advised against all but essential travel to Tripoli and against traveling outside the capital.
The warning followed an attack on Libya's parliament, the General National Congress, on May 18 by armed groups, and came as the leader of Islamist militant group Ansar al-Sharia in Libya's Benghazi city warned the United States on Tuesday against interfering in the country's affairs.
Ansar al-Sharia is listed in the United States as a foreign terrorist organization and is accused of orchestrating the 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi in which U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans died.
Mohamed Zahawi, who heads the Benghazi brigade of Ansar al-Sharia, accused the United States on Tuesday of backing renegade former General Khalifa Haftar, who started a self-declared campaign to purge Libya of Islamist militants.
The United States has an embassy in Tripoli but closed its consulate in Benghazi after the 2012 attack.
In its latest warning, the State Department said it would limit staffing at the embassy in Tripoli and offer only limited emergency services to citizens in Libya.
(Reporting by Lesley Wroughton; Editing by Peter Cooney)
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Clooney is a Spy
Imagery is everything: George Clooney's Africa satellites will track crime gangs - CSMonitor.com
Wed, 28 May 2014 17:40
Satellites have been used with great effect to confirm human rights abuses and war crimes. Now they will try to 'follow the money' and track those aiding war in East Africa and beyond.
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During the May 20 Elie Wiesel Foundation dinner, George Clooney announced an expansion to the Satellite Sentinel Project, an initiative he co-founded three years ago with the Enough Project's John Prendergast.
While the satellite project (SSP) will continue to use satellite imagery to monitor and warn against human rights abuses in war-torn Sudan and South Sudan, the orbiting monitors will also expand their scope to match the changes in modern conflicts.
As conflicts in Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, and the surrounding region become more linked with regional criminal networks, SSP will widen its focus to undertake forensic investigations that attempt to reveal how those who are committing mass atrocities are funding their activities and where they are hiding their stolen assets.
As co-founder of the Satellite Sentinel Project, Mr. Clooney said:
''We want to follow the money and find out how these atrocities are funded, who enables them, and what the smart tools are to counter these activities more effectively. Genocide and other human rights crimes are never just spontaneous events. They require planning, they require financing, and they require international indifference to succeed. Where is the money coming from and where is it being hidden? To the extent we can, we want to make it more difficult for those willing to kill en masse to secure their political and economic objectives, and we want to move the needle away from indifference and inaction.''
The other co-founder of the SSP, John Prendergast, said:
''We'll investigate exactly how the illegal exploitation of resources like diamonds, gold and ivory help finance the activities of some of the world's worst abusers of human rights. And we'll focus on imposing a cost on those that contribute to or facilitate the perpetration of these human rights crimes. The objective is a comprehensive approach to countering atrocities that involves satellite imagery, forensic investigations, on-the-ground research, and deeper investment in impacting the calculations of policy makers and commercial actors who might possess the leverage to help stop these human rights crimes.''
Inspired by a trip to Sudan in 2010, Clooney and Prendergast created SSP with the intention of using satellite imagery to deter a return to full-scale civil war between northern and southern Sudan and deter and document threats to civilians along both sides of the border.
This partnership between the Enough Project and Not On Our Watch, with satellite imagery and analysis provided by DigitalGlobe, has diligently documented the crimes of state and non-state actors in Sudan and South Sudan, as well as their human impact.
Focusing on the economic sources of those committing crimes and the role of regional conflict systems will allow SSP to continue its mission to end mass atrocities in Sudan, South Sudan, and now the region.
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George Clooney Announces Expansion of Satellite Sentinel Project | Satellite Sentinel Project
Wed, 28 May 2014 17:40
For Immediate Release: May 21
Contact: Christina DiPasquale, 202.716.1953, christina@fitzgibbonmedia.com
George Clooney Announces Expansion of Satellite Sentinel Project
During a speech yesterday, May 20, at the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity dinner, George Clooney announced a significant expansion of the Satellite Sentinel Project, an initiative he co-founded three years ago. While it will continue to use satellite imagery to monitor and warn against human rights abuses in war-torn Sudan and South Sudan, the Satellite Sentinel Project will expand its focus to undertake forensic investigations to reveal how those committing mass atrocities are funding their activities and where they are hiding their stolen assets.
Satellite Sentinel Project Co-Founder George Clooney said, ''We want to follow the money and find out how these atrocities are funded, who enables them, and what the smart tools are to counter these activities more effectively. Genocide and other human rights crimes are never just spontaneous events. They require planning, they require financing, and they require international indifference to succeed. Where is the money coming from and where is it being hidden? To the extent we can, we want to make it more difficult for those willing to kill en masse to secure their political and economic objectives, and we want to move the needle away from indifference and inaction.''
Satellite Sentinel Project Co-Founder John Prendergast said, ''We'll investigate exactly how the illegal exploitation of resources like diamonds, gold and ivory help finance the activities of some of the world's worst abusers of human rights. And we'll focus on imposing a cost on those that contribute to or facilitate the perpetration of these human rights crimes. The objective is a comprehensive approach to countering atrocities that involves satellite imagery, forensic investigations, on-the-ground research, and deeper investment in impacting the calculations of policy makers and commercial actors who might possess the leverage to help stop these human rights crimes.''
The Satellite Sentinel Project is a partnership between the Enough Project and Not On Our Watch. Satellite imagery and analysis is provided by DigitalGlobe. The geographic area of focus will encompass Sudan, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, and the surrounding region.
For more information on the Satellite Sentinel Project, please visit http://www.satsentinel.org/. For interviews with John Prendergast, Satellite Sentinel Project Co-Founder, please contact Christina DiPasquale at 202.716.1953 or christina@fitzgibbonmedia.com.
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U.S. says cannot corroborate Nigerian claim it has located girls.
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:33
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TweetShare thisEmailPrintChiroma Maina (R) holds a picture of her abducted daughter Comfort Amos, next to her husband Jonah and her daughter Helen, at their home in Maiduguri May 21, 2014.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it did not have independent information to confirm Nigeria's claim to know the whereabouts of more than 200 kidnapped girls and questioned the wisdom of making public such information.
"We don't have independent information from the United States to support these reports you referenced," U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said when asked about Nigerian Chief of Defense Staff Air Marshal Alex Badeh's statement that the military knew where the abducted girls were.
"We, as a matter of policy and for the girls' safety and wellbeing, would not discuss publicly this sort of information regardless."
(Reporting By Arshad Mohammed; Editing by Chris Reese)
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The Nigerian government/military will say whatever they need to to stave off the obvious''they are incompetent.
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I wonder why you haven't used the expression "bogus Haram"?
Anyway, on the net nutrality issue I'd like to share an event that occured during the olympics here in Sweden.
In the region I live in, Skåne, it's Region Skåane that takes care of helth care and during the olympics staff had difficulty to transfer x-ray images, it was slow so they complained to the IT-departement that looked into the issue.
They found that the net was hogged because the swedish cross-country skiiers where competing and it was possible to watch it at SVT Play, svtplay.se (the streaming site that Sveriges Television provides).
After filtering of the network it was possible to perform medicare again...
Hmmm... should we count watching skiing as a basic human need? Don't think so.
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Ängelholm, Sweden
Comcast Assembles Massive Lobbyist Army to Push Mega-Merger | Common Dreams
Sun, 25 May 2014 22:59
This moving billboard accompanied a protest at a Comcast shareholders meeting in Philadelphia on May 21, 2014. (Photo courtesy of Media Mobilizing Project)Internet and cable giant Comcast has assembled an army of lobbyists to drive through its proposed merger with its second largest cable competitor'--Time Warner Cable. But media justice campaigners across the U.S. are determined to stop a deal they say would strike a blow against free speech, media diversity, and access to vital services.
"The grassroots resistance that is rising is formidable," Hannah Sassaman, policy director for Media Mobilizing Project, told Common Dreams. "Every day more people understand that their access to communicate is an essential function to sustain a dignified life."
Already one of the biggest lobbying forces in Washington, Comcast has added seven firms to its already hefty squadron since announcing a proposed merger that would give them control over high-speed internet access for nearly 40 percent of U.S. consumers and two-thirds of the cable market. In a story published Thursday, The Hill called this a "campaign of shock and awe" that will give the corporation "one of the biggest lobbying teams ever seen in Washington."
This amounts to over 100 lobbyists on Comcast's doll, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics. Several lobbying heavyweights are numbered among this team, including former government staffers, who have direct lines to the political officials and committees reviewing the merger deal.
Last year, Comcast spent nearly $20 million on lobbying, the second highest amount spent by a single company next to military contractor Northrop Grumman Corporation.
"Comcast has shown they will leave no stone unturned to get their way," Todd O'Boyle of Common Cause told Common Dreams.
"We've seen this in the past, when Comcast purchased NBC we saw their lobbying muscle really come out in that battle," Mary Alice Crim of Free Press told Common Dreams. "They've spent so much money getting their tentacles into Washington and extending out across country. They are really investing in that for the long haul to make sure they are ready for deals that come up."
These expensive lobbying efforts are in addition to the large price of the proposed merger, which would total over $70 billion, including $45 billion in equity and $25 billion worth of debt. According to S. Derek Turner writing forFree Press, "[F]or $70 billion, Comcast could deploy gigabit fiber past every single non-rural home in the U.S." Fiber, which provides fast internet speeds, is used across Europe.
Yet, Comcast's social impact extends beyond this one merger. Since 2005, Comcast has been a top spender on lobbying efforts to kill net neutrality, which could create a fast lane for big companies and slow down traffic for less resourced content producers. The corporation is also a backer of the right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council, which has pushed for deregulation of the telecommunications industry, along with a host of other measures, along with anti-union, anti-public school, prison privatization, anti-immigrant rights, stand your ground laws, and other legislation.
Comcast, furthermore, throws into local politics across the U.S., including in its home town of Philadelphia, where it spent over $100,000 in 2012 to defeat a measure that would have protected paid sick time for thousands of workers.
Despite the deep pockets and influence of Comcast, people are committed to fighting back.
More than 400,000 signed a petition rejecting the merger, and Wednesday the signatures were delivered to a Comcast shareholders meeting in Philadelphia amid a lively protest. Earlier this year, MMP launched the CAP Comcast! Campaign aimed at holding the corporation accountable in Philadelphia as it renegotiates its franchise to sell services.
"When I talk to people around the country, I hear concern that if the deal goes through Comcast will have the power to reshape the future of the internet," said Crim. "We will be in touch with the Federal Communications Commission, the Department of Justice, Congress, and Comcast to make sure they know the public will not be served by this deal."
According to Sassaman, "People in the United States are increasingly aware every day that access to affordable universal internet, the ability to speak at the same speed with the same chance of being heard as anyone else, and the ability to tell their stories in their own words is utterly essential in everyday people's lives."
Sassaman added, "This is causing hundreds of thousands, and increasingly millions, of people to work to stop the merger, save net neutrality, and start to build real alternative networks."
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Dochter Bruce Willis trekt topless ten strijde tegen Instagram - AD.nl
Thu, 29 May 2014 09:12
Dochter Bruce Willis trekt topless ten strijde tegen Instagram - AD.nl
BewaarDoor: redactie29-5-14 - 04:43 bron: BuzzEScout Willis heeft een heftige discussie teweeggebracht door topless door New York te wandelen. De 22-jarige dochter van Bruce Willis en Demi Moore protesteerde met haar naakte wandeling tegen het beleid van Instagram en wist daarmee de aandacht van onder anderen Rihanna te trekken.
'Legaal in New York City, maar niet op @instagram', zo twitterde Scout na afloop van haar protest, bij een foto waarop ze topless bij een bloemenwinkel staat. Bij een andere foto, waarop de blondine enkel gekleed in een rok over straat loopt, schreef ze: 'Wat je niet mag zien van @instagram #FreeTheNipple.'
In discussies met haar volgers maakte Scout vervolgens duidelijk dat ze het beleid van Instagram hypocriet vindt. Als voorbeeld deelde ze een foto van een man die via Instagram zijn borst liet zien, die groter is dan de naakte borst van Rihanna die vorige maand naakt op de cover van het Franse mannenblad Lui stond. Ook deelde ze een foto van een moeder die haar baby borstvoeding geeft, iets wat Instagram volgens haar ook niet tolereert.
Scout heeft veel steunbetuigingen via Twitter ontvangen, onder meer van modeblad Elle en Rihanna, die haar Instagram-profiel verwijderde nadat ze zou zijn gewaarschuwd geen naaktfoto's van zichzelf meer te plaatsen. Nadat de zangeres woensdagavond van de actie hoorde deelde ze de foto van Scout met haar volgers op Twitter. 'Bevrijd de tepel', schreef ze erbij.
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Drugs and sex trade set to boost Italy's GDP
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Published: 23 May 2014 07:35 GMT+02:00Updated: 23 May 2014 07:35 GMT+02:00
Italy's statistics agency on Thursday said estimated revenues from drug trafficking and the sex trade will be used to calculate gross domestic product (GDP) starting next year in a move expected to boost its economic results.
The Istat agency said the calculation would also include revenues from contraband tobacco and alcohol, adding that the procedure would be "very difficult for the obvious reason that these illegal activities are not reported".
"The concept of what is illegal activity is also open to different interpretations," Istat said in a statement explaining the new method of calculation in accordance with new European Union rules.
The Bank of Italy in 2012 estimated the value of the criminal economy at 10.9 percent of GDP. Theoretically, that could mean Italy's GDP result coming in far higher than the government's 1.3 percent growth estimate.
Eurostat earlier estimated the average increase due to the new calculation would be 2.4 percent, with the highest rises for Finland and Sweden at 4-5 percent followed by Austria, Britain and the Netherlands at 3-4 percent.
The increase for Italy would be around 1-2 percent.
The "grey economy" of businesses that do not pay taxes is already calculated in Italy's GDP and was estimated to be worth between 16.3 percent and 17.5 percent of the economy in 2008 - the last year for which the calculation was made.
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London's Dirty Secret: Pollution Worse Than Beijing's
Thu, 29 May 2014 00:34
London has a dirty secret.
Levels of the harmful air pollutant nitrogen dioxide at a city-center monitoring station are the highest in Europe. Concentrations are greater even than in Beijing, where expatriates have dubbed the city's smog the ''airpocalypse.''
It's the law of unintended consequences at work. European Union efforts to fight climate change favored diesel fuel over gasoline because it emits less carbon dioxide, or CO2. However, diesel's contaminants have swamped benefits from measures that include a toll drivers pay to enter central London, a thriving bike-hire program and growing public-transport network.
''Successive governments knew more than 10 years ago that diesel was producing all these harmful pollutants, but they myopically plowed on with their CO2 agenda,'' said Simon Birkett, founder of Clean Air in London, a nonprofit group. ''It's been a catastrophe for air pollution, and that's not too strong a word. It's a public-health catastrophe.''
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Tiny particles called PM2.5s probably killed 3,389 people in London in 2010, the government agency Public Health England said in April. Like nitrogen dioxide, or NO2, they come from diesel combustion. Because the pollutants are found together, it's hard to identify deaths attributable only to NO2, said Jeremy Langrish, a clinical lecturer in cardiology at the University of Edinburgh.
''Exposure to air pollution is associated with increases in deaths from cardiovascular disease such as heart attacks and strokes,'' Langrish said. ''It's associated with respiratory problems like asthma.''
The World Health Organization says NO2 can inflame the airways and worsen bronchitis in children.
Europe's ProblemLondon isn't alone in having bad air in Europe, where 301 sites breached the EU's NO2 limits in 2012, including seven in the British capital. Paris, Rome, Athens, Madrid, Brussels and Berlin also had places that exceeded the ceiling. The second and third-worst sites among 1,513 monitoring stations were both in Stuttgart after London's Marylebone Road.
''Nitrogen dioxide is a problem that you get in all big cities with a lot of traffic,'' said Alberto Gonzalez Ortiz, project manager for air quality at the European Environment Agency, which is based in Copenhagen. ''In many cases it's gotten worse because of the new fleets of diesel cars.''
The EU limits NO2 to a maximum of 40 micrograms per cubic meter of air. The concentration on Marylebone Road, a stone's throw from Regent's Park, was almost 94 micrograms in 2012, according to the most recent data from the EEA.
The level for the site last year was 81 micrograms, and it's averaging 83 micrograms this year, according to King's College London. In 1998, when the King's College data begins, it was 92. That's about the time the switch to diesel started.
Beijing's ProblemIn contrast, Beijing had a concentration of 56 micrograms last year, according to China's Ministry of Environmental Protection. The Chinese capital has a worse problem with other pollutants, registering almost triple the level of PM10 particles (bigger than PM2.5s) as on Marylebone Road.
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London's air has improved since the ''pea-souper'' fogs in the 1800s and 1900s. In 1952, the so-called Great Smog killed 4,000 people. East Londoners couldn't see their feet through a choking blanket of smoke caused when cold air trapped industrial emissions and coal fumes. That led to passage of a clean-air law in 1956, seven years before the U.S. Clean Air Act.
Air pollution and particulates are ''invisible and there isn't the same pressure on politicians'' as in the 1950s, said Joan Walley, an opposition Labour Party lawmaker who leads the Parliament's cross-party Environmental Audit Committee. ''It requires a long-term strategy.''
Parliamentary InquiryWalley's committee began an inquiry on May 2 to assess government efforts to improve air quality, calling for written submissions by June 5.
While the government blamed an April spike in pollution on dust from the Sahara alongside domestic emissions and particles from continental Europe, the prevailing winds mean London typically exports its own problem.
''It's not rocket science to figure out that we contribute mostly on westerly winds to our neighbors,'' said Martin Williams, professor of air quality at Kings College.
Europe-wide policy triggered the problem. The ''dieselisation'' of London's cars began with an agreement between car manufacturers and the EU in 1998 that aimed to lower the average CO2 emissions of new vehicles. Because of diesel's greater fuel economy, it increased in favor.
The European Commission, the EU regulatory arm, ''is and always has been technologically neutral,'' said Joe Hennon, a spokesman. ''It does not favor diesel over petrol-powered cars. How to achieve CO2 reductions is up to member states.''
EU DeadlineEU rules enforced since 2000 allowed diesel cars to spew more than three times the amount of oxides of nitrogen including NO2 as those using gasoline. New rules that took effect in September narrow that gap.
''The challenge is much greater that we had thought just a few years ago,'' said Matthew Pencharz, environment and energy adviser to London Mayor Boris Johnson. ''A lot of that is due to a well-meant EU policy that failed. We're stuck now with these diesel cars -- about half our cars are diesel, whereas 10, 15 years ago, it was lower than 10 percent.''
The U.K. Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in 2011 estimated it would take London until 2025 to comply with the 2010 rules. The government didn't ask for an extension to comply because doing so comes with a requirement to show it was possible by 2015.
For Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett, the solution is simple: Get people out of their cars.
''Fifty-six percent of journeys we make in Britain are less than 5 miles,'' Bennett said in an interview. ''If you turn a significant percentage of those into walking and cycling journeys, then you've made huge progress.''
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Antidepressant use soared during recession in England, study finds.
Wed, 28 May 2014 15:50
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The use of antidepressants rose significantly in England during the financial crisis and subsequent recession, with 12.5m more pills prescribed in 2012 than in 2007, a study has found.
Researchers from the Nuffield Trust and the Health Foundation identified a long-term trend of increasing prescription of antidepressants, rising from 15m items in 1998 to 40m in 2012. But the yearly rate of increase accelerated during the banking crisis and recession to 8.5%, compared to 6.7% before it.
The report also found that rises in unemployment were associated with significant increases in the number of antidepressants dispensed and that areas with poor housing tended to see significantly higher antidepressant use.
Nick Barber, director of research at the Health Foundation, said that the report, published on Wednesday, was the ''most accurate and insightful study of medication in this area in this country'' and raised questions about whether people were being treated appropriately.
''The rate of increase in prescribing had been still for some years and does seem to have increased from 2008 so it would suggest that recession and some of the associated problems such as unemployment could be part of it,'' he said. ''If depression has increased as well as the prescribing the question is: 'Is it being treated properly?' There's also an economic question at the time of recession as to whether we're using our medicine resources as well as we could be.''
The report says a rise in unemployment and in the cost of living during the recession ''could have an impact on the prevalence of mental health problems and require changes in the service delivered'', although it does not specify what those changes should be.
The increase in prescribing was despite the coalition government providing extra funding for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme, introduced by Labour in 2008 to help people in distress access talking therapies. ''The question is whether that is just because it's a relatively young service or whether it reflects that there are delays [in accessing IAPT],'' said Barber. ''If you're a prescribing GP with a distressed patient, if you know there's a delay in this service, I am sure you will be more likely to prescribe antidepressants.''
An NHS report published in January found that while GPs made 883,968 referrals for psychological support in England in 2012-13, only 49% of them led to someone suffering from mental health problems starting treatment.
The Focus on Antidepressants prescribing report, part of the Nuffield Trust and Health Foundation's QualityWatch programme, which is tracking the quality of health and social care in England, found that over the 14 years covered by the report, the increase in prescription of antidepressants outstripped the rise in depression.
Dr Cosmo Hallstr¶m, a fellow at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said that while the figures were likely to raise concern in some quarters about over-prescription of antidepressants, he saw their increased use as a positive development on the whole, reflecting increased awareness of depression and how to treat it. ''There needs to be a spectrum of treatments available,'' he said. ''Whereas antidepressants won't be the best treatment in all cases they are of proven benefit and shouldn't be denied to people who are waiting for something else.''
But he cautioned that they should not just be prescribed without follow-up. ''You should review over a few weeks to see whether they are really working or not,'' he said.
The researchers also observed wide variation in prescriptions between areas and different GP practices. For example, Blackpool residents were prescribed more than four times as many of the tablets each month per 1,000 people as Brent, in north London.
The report found that areas with more white people, more women, and more people over the age of 65 had the heaviest use of antidepressants, while GPs who prescribed more antibiotics also tended to prescribe more antidepressants, which Barber said ''confirmed that some doctors are more inclined to reach for the prescription pad''.
London had a lower level of prescribing, which the authors put down to its younger and more ethnically diverse population, while the north-east, which has high rates of unemployment, had higher levels.
Adam Roberts, senior research analyst at the Nuffield Trust, who was one of the report's authors, said: ''The variation isn't explained by rates of depression, which is what you would think. Someone with more expertise should look at defining what the appropriate rate is and how the variation is explained. We tried to explain it to a certain extent but we couldn't fully explain it.''
The authors have created a modelling spreadsheet for GPs and clinical commissioning groups to calculate their expected level of prescribing of antidepressants, based on factors such as the profile of patients in their area and socioeconomic indicators, and compare that with their actual prescriptions.
Researchers also discovered that a 1% rise in unemployment over time typically meant one and a half more tablets were given out per person on a GP list per year. By contrast, comparing practices in different geographical areas, rather than analysing trends over time, did not show clear links to unemployment, although areas with worse housing tended to see significantly higher antidepressant use.
Greece's Golden Dawn to enter EU Parliament for first time
Sun, 25 May 2014 23:20
''Golden Dawn is now the third pole in the political life of the country. Our slogan was the thieves should be in prison and the money they embezzled returned to the people but the thieves managed to put us in jail. They tried to dig a grave for us but they fell in it themselves.''
The message went on to reiterate the main demands of the party which include cancelling the EU bail-out agreement for Greece and dealing with the problem of illegal immigration.
The extreme Right party, which has even been shunned by Marine Le Pen's Front National and far Right Dutch leader Geert Wilders, had sought to soften its image and move away from fascist rhetoric in the run up to the election, after a government crackdown on the party saw members accused of belonging to a criminal gang and thrown in jail.
Card carrying members of the party were blamed for participating in hit squads patrolling the streets in black shirts to attack immigrants in the capital's most rundown areas as well as racketeering and extortion.
Several high profile members were found to have Nazi memorabilia in their homes but analysts insist that the majority of their voters chose the party as a ''protest vote'' and not because they endorsed their ''fascist ideology''.
In what was widely seen as a referendum on the handling of Greece's four year debt crisis, voters punished the coalition government of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in its first major test since its election two years ago.
The government suffered a setback when Greece's radical leftist party, Syriza, which ran on an anti-bail-out ticket, won the majority of votes in the European election but the biggest opposition party failed to deliver the killer blow it was hoping for.
In the run up to elections the ruling coalition of centre right New Democracy and centre left Pasok had warned of the danger of voters casting a protest vote and delivering an overwhelming victory to the opposition.
It was feared that an overwhelming victory by Syriza '' one that saw them win more votes than the coalition parties combined '' could provoke early parliamentary elections and thrust Greece into political turmoil and destabilise its fragile economic recovery.
But the EU ballot handed Syriza only a four-point lead according to exit polls, with the co-ruling Pasok party confounding predictions of a meltdown when they secured a respectable 7 to 9 per cent of the vote.
Front National wins European parliament elections in France.
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:32
Marine Le Pen's Front National party came first in three exit polls with more than 25% of the vote. Photograph: Remy De La Mauviniere/AP
France's nationalist extreme right turned European politics upside down on Sunday, trouncing the governing Socialists and the mainstream conservatives in the European parliamentary elections which across the continent returned an unprecedented number of MEPs hostile to, or sceptical about, the European Union in a huge vote of no confidence in Europe's political elite.
According to exit polls, the Front National of Marine Le Pen came first in France with more than 25% of the vote. The nationalist anti-immigrant Danish People's party won by a similar margin in Denmark. In Austria, the far right Freedom Party took one fifth of the vote, according to projections, while on the hard left, Alexis Tsipras led Greece's Syriza movement to a watershed victory over the country's two governing and traditional ruling parties, New Democracy conservatives and the Pasok social democrats.
The voting across four days in 28 countries, according to exit polls late on Sunday, delivered a string of sensational outcomes, with radical and nationalist anti-EU forces scoring major victories both on the far right and the hard left.
In Britain, the Nigel Farage-led insurrection against Westminster was also tipped to unsettle the polticial mainstream by coming first or second in the election. The Tories, the biggest UK caucus in the parliament for 20 years, faced the prospect of being pushed into third place.
In Germany, the most powerful EU state, Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats scored an expected easy victory, but Germany also returned its first eurosceptics in the form of the Alternative for Germany as well as its first neo-Nazi MEP from the Hitler apologists of the National Democratic Party of Germany, according to German TV projections.
And Merkel's Christian Democrats dropped several points while the SPD (social democrats) made significant gains, narrowing the gap between the two big parties to around 8 percentage points.
The election mattered more than ever before because the Strasbourg-based parliament has gained greater powers, meaning it will have a strong say in most EU legislation over the next five years and will also shape the outcome of the battle for the most powerful post in Brussels, the new head of the EU executive or European commission. However, its mandate to exercise those powers was dented by the low turnout, at around 45%, raising renewed questions about the parliament's legitimacy.
Posters announce France's Front National as the leading political party in the country are hung at their party's HQ. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/REUTERSIf the Front National score is confirmed, it will be the first time that the anti-immigrant, anti-EU party has won a national election and would give the party 23-25 of France's 74 seats in the European Parliament.
Le Pen immediately called for the dissolution of the French national assembly after the exit polls showed her anti-immigrant, Eurosceptic party winning . "What else can the president do after such a rejection?" Le Pen told reporters at Front National headquarters when asked if Hollande should dissolve the national parliament. "It is unacceptable that the assembly should be so unrepresentative of the French people."
From the beginning of the European election campaign Le Pen was insistent that Sunday evening would finally see the Front National emerge as "France's No 1 party".
Election pundits scorned her pretentions; the opinion polls confirmed them.
As the first exit polls were announced at 8pm on Sunday, cheers and a rendition of La Marseillaise broke out among the party faithful gathered at the Front National headquarters in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, appeared to prove Le Pen right.
The first estimations suggested the far-right party had done even better than expected, polling an historic 25% of votes in the European elections and becoming France's No1 party on the European stage.
It was the second slap in the face for Hollande's administration in as many months after a disastrous showing in local elections in March.
Exit polls suggested Greece's anti-austerity leftist party Syriza had come first, but the election also delivered a strong showing for neo-Nazi group Golden Dawn. With up to 10% of the vote Golden Dawn looks set to elect at least two out of Greece's 21 eurodeputies, despite an ongoing criminal investigation and the fact that several of its leading members are in pre-trial detention.
Syriza was ahead by about 3 percentage points over the leading government party, the conservative New Democracy, polls jointly carried out by six leading opinion companies showed.
Syriza's parliamentary spokesman Panagiotis Lafazanis said that if confirmed, the EU vote constituted a game-changer in Greece.
"The (EU vote) result alters Greece's political scene," Lafazanis told Mega television.
Victory for Syriza would appear to reflect popular frustration with the harsh spending cuts the government has adopted in recent years to meet the terms of its economic rescue programme.
The surge in support for the far-left raises doubts about how much longer the centre-right government can last with a parliamentary majority of just two seats, although government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou said there was no question that the government would not finish its four-year term.
"It's easy for people to cast a protest vote in European elections," he told Greek television. "The political scenario of a government collapse, which Syriza was trying to paint, has not been borne out by the facts."
EU IN CRISIS: High anti votes and low turnouts spell beginning of the end for the Sprouts
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:45
The Euroelection results coming in during the last hour (8 pm BST) suggest that, unlike in the British local elections, this time there really has been an earthquake. But beware: the turnouts are, on the whole, risibly low.
Five days ago, I posted as follows:
' My suspicion is that a lot of Americans will be shocked at just what a caning the euro-Establishment is going to get, but the ramifications go much wider than that. Last time out (2009) Britain's anti-EU Party UKip got 16.6% of the British vote. This year they'll get at least 28%, and be the largest UK Party in the European Assembly. In France, the same goes for the Far Right FN of Marine Le Pen. In Holland, Geert Wilder's anti-EU PVV will be joint winner on around 17% of the vote. 22% will vote for Jobbik in Hungary, 24% for 5-Star in Italy, and around 1 in 5 Greeks will vote for Parties with one level or another of anti-Brussels sentiment.'
With the exception of Holland '' where Wilders did badly '' the rest of the polls seem to have been borne out. As I predicted, although in Greece the neo-fascist Party Golden Dawn had been polling at around 6-7%, in the privacy of the ballot box it actually got 9.3%. Syriza was the big winner '' whacking the Government majority Party New Democracy in second place with with 26.7% over ND's 22.8%.
UKip seems, predictably, to be the clear winner in Britain, but reports are confused at the minute as to whether Nigel Farage's Party did better or worse than expected. He is seen above yesterday, about to be assualted by a left-wing hairy Alien.
First returns in France show spectacular gains for Marine Le Pen's Front Nationale '' in some north western constituencies she got twice the votes cast for the UMP, and for France, overall the projections are that FN will get almost double that of the Socialists. And as expected, 5Star is the big winner in Italy.
There are two irrefutable conclusions to draw from all this:
1. Apart from Germany '' surprise surprise '' the general tenor of opinion as reflected in the voting behaviour can be summed up as ''the EU is a crock''.
2. Just as important, apart from Germany '' surprise surprise '' the overall emotion expressed by abstainers is one of loveless indifference.
This second point really is a pivotal one going into the future. In France '' one of the original founders of the EEC '' estimates suggest that just 15.7% of citizens voted. Turnout in Italy fell by 10%, and in the Czech Republic it was under 20%. Despite a stream of televised debates between leaders of rival blocs in the Assembly, ratings were poor and the public indifference was described by one journal as ''international scorn for a remote and overly costly Tower of Babel''.
Stay tuned.
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Sun, 25 May 2014 23:20
BRUSSELS - Marine Le Pen unleashed a political earthquake in France on Sunday night, after her National Front party topped the poll in the European elections.
With the polls closed, exit polls indicated that Le Pen's National Front party had won its first ever nation-wide election, with 25 percent of the vote, electing 25 of France's 74 MEPs. Following the vote, Le Pen immediately called for President Francois Hollande to dissolve the French parliament and call fresh elections.
Hollande's governing Socialist party received a drubbing from voters, picking up just 15 percent. Meanwhile, the centre-right UMP, traditionally the dominant force in French politics, also fared poorly, securing 20 percent.
Elsewhere, the liberal Movement for Democracy party claimed 10 percent of the vote, followed by the Greens on 9 percent, and Jean-Luc Melanchon's Left Front taking a mere 6 percent.
The results are set to give the FN 24 seats in the European parliament, the UMP 19 seats, 13 for the Socialists, 8 for Movement for Democracy, 6 for the Greens and 4 for the Left.
"Our people demand one type of politics: they want French politics by the French, for the French, with the French. They don't want to be led any more from outside, to submit to laws," Le Pen told party supporters.
"We must build another Europe, a Europe of free and sovereign nations and freely decided cooperation. Tonight is a massive rejection of the European Union."
Le Pen, who has campaigned on a ticket of withdrawing France from the eurozone and the Schengen, added that "France has been and will be the political heart of Europe. What is happening in France signals what will happen in all European countries; the return of the nation".
The National Front's victory is set to be the first of several spectacular victories for far-right parties, with the UK Independence party and Danish People's party also expected to win their domestic campaigns.
Le Pen will now hope to build a pan-EU nationalist group known as the European Alliance for Freedom in the next Parliament. The National Front already counts Vlaams Belang, the Austrian Freedom party and the Dutch Freedom party as confirmed allies but will need MEPs from at least six other countries to form a group.
Manuel Valls, only appointed as prime minister by Hollande in April following the Socialist's disastrous showing in local elections, described the result as "a very grave moment for France and Europe".
''This result is more than a new warning: a shock, a political earthquake," he said.
Turnout in France was slightly up, at 43.3 percent compared to 40.3 percent in 2009, probably due to more extensive media coverage compared to five years ago.
''These elections show a huge anger against Fran§ois Hollande's policies,'' said UMP president Jean-Fran§ois Cop(C).
Ukip wins European elections with ease to set off political earthquake.
Mon, 26 May 2014 08:03
Nigel Farage has unleashed his much-promised political earthquake across British politics as Ukip stormed to victory in the European elections, performing powerfully across the country.
The Eurosceptic party's victory marked the first time in modern history that neither Labour nor the Conservatives have won a British national election.
In a stunning warning to the established political parties, Ukip was on course to win as much as 28% of the national poll. That is a near doubling of the 16.5% it secured in the last European elections in 2009, when it came second to the Tories with 13 seats.
Twenty years ago, in its first European election, Ukip managed 1% of the vote.
The Liberal Democrats suffered a near-total wipeout losing all but one of its 11 MEPs and placing serious pressure on Nick Clegg to justify his leadership of his party as its share of the national vote was 7 %.
Labour was predicting that when all the final results are assembled it will have polled 25.7% and the Tories 24.5%, but Labour was dependent on a very strong showing in the capital against the Conservatives to ensure it pushed the governing party into third place. The Green party will have come fourth.
Farage said the result justified the description of an earthquake because "never before in the history of British politics has a party seen to be an insurgent party ever topped the polls in a national election".
He claimed voters had "delivered about the most extraordinary result that has been seen in British politics for 100 years and I am proud to have led them to that." The Ukip leader predicted that as a consequence: "We may well see one party leader forced out of his position and another to reconsider his policy of opposition to a referendum on Europe, and David Cameron will have to take a much tougher negotiating stance. It is now not beyond the bounds of possibility that we hold the balance of power in another hung parliament."
The established parties at Westminster had been bracing themselves for a Ukip victory as opinion polls gave it a regular, if not wholly consistent or decisive lead over Labour. But the results also showed that Labour had underperformed against poll predictions, a result that will add to existing nervousness in the Labour party about the quality of Ed Miliband's leadership. The Labour belief that Ukip is causing disproportionate damage to the Conservatives looks increasingly dubious.
On the other side of the political fence, the influential Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan called for a pre-election pact with Ukip and demanding the Foreign Office toughen its renegotiation stance on Europe.
Ukip polled strongly across the country, except in some urban areas, and was expected to take a seat in Scotland, which formally declares on Monday. The SNP showed no increase in its share of the vote on 2009, but topped the poll in the nation.
The Tories, Labour and the Lib Dems will acknowledge that this is a powerful symbolic moment: a party that was founded in 1993 has pulled ahead of all the established parties, whose roots date back more than 100 years.
Ukip topped the poll in Doncaster, where Ed Miliband represents Labour and where Ukip plans to stage its autumn conference.
Ukip has topped the poll in six of the first nine declared region, with their strongest performance coming in the East Midlands, where their vote was up 16.5%
Labour topped the poll in Wales, the north-west of England, and the north-east of England allowing it to make five gains. With three regions to declare '' London, Northern Ireland and Scotland '' Ukip was due to have 22 MEPs, the Conservatives 16, Labour 14,and the Greens two.
As soon as the results came in, the scale of the devastation wreaked on the Lib Dems became clear ''they suffered a near total wipe-out retaining only one of 11 MEPs.
In some regions its vote fell by more than 50% on 2009, and it had been beaten the Greens into fifth place, even in its former stronghold of the south-west. Graham Watson, the Liberal Democrat MEP in the region, lost his seat as its vote collapsed from 17% to 6%. The dire results emboldened those party activists calling for Clegg to quit, saying his name is toxic on the doorstep. Martin Tod, a member of the party's federal executive said "the response of the leadership in the face of this disaster is incredibly complacent". Tim Farron, the party president, said: "The results are as bad as I feared," He added: "Everything they had done was to get a result above nothing." He continued: "Nick Clegg had stood up to Ukip, and I would do it again. Britain is drifting to the exit door of the European Union."
Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat energy secretary, admitted "it has been a difficult night for us". He accused Ed Miliband and David Cameron of failing to make the positive case for Europe in the campaign, and said "it had been right for Clegg to make that case, even if it had not worked yet". He dismissed the attempts to unseat Nick Clegg as not serious claiming the party was solidly behind the party leaders. Grant Shapps, the Conservative chairman, said this had been "a free hit election, and the general election will be anything but a free hit election", adding the only way to guarantee a referendum in 2017 is through a Conservative vote.
Martin Callanan, the former Tory leader in Europe, who was defeated in the north-east said "we must not get this out of proportion", arguing "European elections are not a good guide to what happens in the general election".
"My advice is to my party not to panic, to be calm and to be reflective. We must not obsess about Europe," he added.
In a worry for the Conservative plan to break the Ukip momentum in the Newark byelection in a fortnight, the Conservatives trailed Ukip in Newark in the European election by two points, a sign that Ukip could yet get its first MP shortly.
Roger Helmer, the Ukip byelection candidate who was re-elected as an MEP, said: "Britain is sending a hugely powerful message to the political classes tonight and I think Newark will relish the opportunity of reinforcing that message on Thursday week."
Labour said it had been expecting to lose for many weeks, and its vote was up 15.7 % on 2009 '' a considerable jump '' allowing the party to increase its current crop of 13 MEPs.
Labour was desperate to deflect any inquest towards David Cameron, with an insider claiming: "If the Tories come third, it will be the first time they have done so in a national election."
The Conservatives countered by saying that Labour's failure to win the European elections represented the first such failure by an opposition in 30 years.
The Tories said on Sunday night that votes confirmed the trend in some local elections with Labour failing to do well in general election target seats, such as Swindon, Stroud, Peterborough, South Pembrokeshire, Basildon, and North Warwickshire.
The last time that Labour or the Conservatives failed to win a national election was in December 1910 when Herbert Asquith won the highest number of seats, though not the largest number of votes, in the general election for the Liberal party. The Liberals were arguably on the winning side in the next general election in 1918 though in that "coupon election" the "coalition Conservatives" won 332 seats to 127 for the "coalition Liberals".
The main parties moved on Sunday to show they regarded the Ukip threat as serious. Iain Duncan Smith, the work and pensions secretary, announced that he aims to halve the amount of time '' from six to three months '' that EU migrants can claim benefits. Ed Miliband will move to show that he acknowledges the threat posed by Ukip on Tuesday when he visits the marginal constituency of Thurrock where his party lost control of the council after a strong showing by Ukip.
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'Inclusive capitalism' the big new thing? | Business | DW.DE | 27.05.2014
Thu, 29 May 2014 00:37
Prince Charles has opened a conference on "inclusive capitalism" in London. Institutional investors and business leaders discussed how trust in capitalism could be restored by making it work better for the majority.
The global financial crisis that began in 2007-2008 has led to wide-ranging criticism of the world's current finance-driven capitalism. A conference in London aimed at addressing some of capitalism's shortfalls has been organised by the "Inclusive Capitalism Initiative" (ICI), convened by a senior member of one of the world's leading financial-capitalist dynasties, Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
ICI's aim is to adjust the workings of the capitalist system so that it works well for more people. Not incidentally, this is seen as necessary in order to restore trust in capitalism, and so head off possible threats to its continuing dominance as a social and economic model.
ICI's web page says: "At its core, Inclusive Capitalism is concerned with fixing the elevator of the economist Larry Katz's famous analogy, portraying the American economy as an apartment block in which the penthouses have increased in size, the middle apartments are more and more squeezed, the basement is flooded, but what gets people down the most is that the elevator is broken."
Luminaries gather to talk about the future of capitalism
Lady de Rothschild assembled a cast of senior dignitaries to participate in Tuesday's discussions at Mansion House. The starting keynote speech was given by HRH Prince Charles. He was followed at the mic by IMF head Christine Lagarde. Former US President Bill Clinton, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, and Bank of England chief Mark Carney were also scheduled to give plenary speeches. All the speakers were introduced with gushing praise, as is customary at conferences featuring high-level dignitaries.
Prince Charles doesn't want capitalism to become an uncontrollable beast
One of the presentations was given by Michael Sommer, who this month retired from posts as President, German Confederation of Trade Unions (DGB), and President, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Sommer discussed the German economic model - how labor, management and capital can work together to increase the benefits of capitalism.
It was claimed that institutional investors and business leaders assembled at the meeting represented companies that together control about 30 percent of the world's total stock of financial wealth under professional management. Lady de Rothschild suggested that the amount of influence in the room was sufficient to change the capitalist game, if those assembled could come together behind a common approach - but cautioned that developing a more inclusive capitalism would be a journey that takes time.
A long-term project
Several speakers, including Prince Charles, likewise expressed the hope that the conference would kick off a longer-term process of deliberations aimed at renewing capitalism toward inclusivity of social and environmental concerns.
Lady de Rothschild has high ambitions for "inclusive capitalism". She aims to help found a movement, not merely host a conference or two. The ICI project was originally launched in 2011 by the Henry Jackson Society, a neoconservative think-tank launched in Cambridge in 2005 and now based in London, before being spun off into its own non-profit organization.
In May 2012, The Task Force published a "founding blueprint" document, which suggested that the business community could focus its efforts on three pathways to ensure that everyone - all stakeholders, not just shareholders - derive benefits from capitalism.
Mass unemployment among young Europeans remains a major concern
The three areas identified were "Education For Employment", "Nurturing Start-Ups and SMEs" (mentoring of small businesses and improving access to credit), and "Reforming Management and Governance for the Long Term" (replacing today's corporate and investor focus on short-term financial performance with a longer-term view).
This founding document for the Inclusive Capitalism Initiative was co-authored by a task force of British and American business leaders and senior policy makers, co-chaired by Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company, and Lady de Rothschild, CEO, E.L. Rothschild.
The tone of ICI seems rather noblesse-oblige. Time will tell whether the "Inclusive Capitalism Initiative" bears any fruits other than more of the sort of conferences at which extremely wealthy people arrive at in private jets to spend a pleasant few hours together and reassure each other that they're doing their best for society.
'Inclusive capitalism' the big new thing? | Business | DW.DE | 27.05.2014
Thu, 29 May 2014 00:37
Prince Charles has opened a conference on "inclusive capitalism" in London. Institutional investors and business leaders discussed how trust in capitalism could be restored by making it work better for the majority.
The global financial crisis that began in 2007-2008 has led to wide-ranging criticism of the world's current finance-driven capitalism. A conference in London aimed at addressing some of capitalism's shortfalls has been organised by the "Inclusive Capitalism Initiative" (ICI), convened by a senior member of one of the world's leading financial-capitalist dynasties, Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
ICI's aim is to adjust the workings of the capitalist system so that it works well for more people. Not incidentally, this is seen as necessary in order to restore trust in capitalism, and so head off possible threats to its continuing dominance as a social and economic model.
ICI's web page says: "At its core, Inclusive Capitalism is concerned with fixing the elevator of the economist Larry Katz's famous analogy, portraying the American economy as an apartment block in which the penthouses have increased in size, the middle apartments are more and more squeezed, the basement is flooded, but what gets people down the most is that the elevator is broken."
Luminaries gather to talk about the future of capitalism
Lady de Rothschild assembled a cast of senior dignitaries to participate in Tuesday's discussions at Mansion House. The starting keynote speech was given by HRH Prince Charles. He was followed at the mic by IMF head Christine Lagarde. Former US President Bill Clinton, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, and Bank of England chief Mark Carney were also scheduled to give plenary speeches. All the speakers were introduced with gushing praise, as is customary at conferences featuring high-level dignitaries.
Prince Charles doesn't want capitalism to become an uncontrollable beast
One of the presentations was given by Michael Sommer, who this month retired from posts as President, German Confederation of Trade Unions (DGB), and President, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Sommer discussed the German economic model - how labor, management and capital can work together to increase the benefits of capitalism.
It was claimed that institutional investors and business leaders assembled at the meeting represented companies that together control about 30 percent of the world's total stock of financial wealth under professional management. Lady de Rothschild suggested that the amount of influence in the room was sufficient to change the capitalist game, if those assembled could come together behind a common approach - but cautioned that developing a more inclusive capitalism would be a journey that takes time.
A long-term project
Several speakers, including Prince Charles, likewise expressed the hope that the conference would kick off a longer-term process of deliberations aimed at renewing capitalism toward inclusivity of social and environmental concerns.
Lady de Rothschild has high ambitions for "inclusive capitalism". She aims to help found a movement, not merely host a conference or two. The ICI project was originally launched in 2011 by the Henry Jackson Society, a neoconservative think-tank launched in Cambridge in 2005 and now based in London, before being spun off into its own non-profit organization.
In May 2012, The Task Force published a "founding blueprint" document, which suggested that the business community could focus its efforts on three pathways to ensure that everyone - all stakeholders, not just shareholders - derive benefits from capitalism.
Mass unemployment among young Europeans remains a major concern
The three areas identified were "Education For Employment", "Nurturing Start-Ups and SMEs" (mentoring of small businesses and improving access to credit), and "Reforming Management and Governance for the Long Term" (replacing today's corporate and investor focus on short-term financial performance with a longer-term view).
This founding document for the Inclusive Capitalism Initiative was co-authored by a task force of British and American business leaders and senior policy makers, co-chaired by Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company, and Lady de Rothschild, CEO, E.L. Rothschild.
The tone of ICI seems rather noblesse-oblige. Time will tell whether the "Inclusive Capitalism Initiative" bears any fruits other than more of the sort of conferences at which extremely wealthy people arrive at in private jets to spend a pleasant few hours together and reassure each other that they're doing their best for society.
Economic Inclusion and Financial Integrity'--an Address to the Conference on Inclusive Capitalism, Speech by Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Wed, 28 May 2014 16:02
By Christine LagardeManaging Director, International Monetary FundLondon, May 27, 2014As prepared for delivery
Good morning. What a great privilege to be here among such illustrious guests to discuss such an important topic.
Let me thank Lady Lynn de Rothschild and the Inclusive Capitalism Initiative for convening today's event. I would also like to recognize the great civic leaders here today'--His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales; President Clinton, and Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London.
We are all here to discuss ''inclusive capitalism'''--which must be Lynn's idea! But what does it mean? As I struggled with the answer to that, I turned to etymology and to history.
Capitalism originates from the Latin ''caput'', cattle heads, and refers to possessions. Capital is used in the 12th century and designates the use of funds. The term ''capitalism'' is only used for the first time in 1854 by an Englishman, the novelist William Thackeray'--and he simply meant private ownership of money.
The consecration of capitalism comes during the 19th century. With the industrial revolution came Karl Marx who focused on the appropriation of the means of production'--and who predicted that capitalism, in its excesses, carried the seeds of its own destruction, the accumulation of capital in the hands of a few, mostly focused on the accumulation of profits, leading to major conflicts, and cyclical crises.
So is ''inclusive capitalism'' an oxymoron? Or is it the response to Marx's dire prediction that will lead to capitalism's survival and regeneration'--to make it truly the engine for shared prosperity?
If so, what would the attributes of inclusive capitalism be? Trust, opportunity, rewards for all within a market economy'--allowing everyone's talents to flourish. Certainly, that is the vision.
Most recently, however, capitalism has been characterized by ''excess'''--in risk-taking, leverage, opacity, complexity, and compensation. It led to massive destruction of value. It has also been associated with high unemployment, rising social tensions, and growing political disillusion '' all of this happening in the wake of the Great Recession.
One of the main casualties has been trust'--in leaders, in institutions, in the free-market system itself. The most recent poll conducted by the Edelman Trust Barometer, for example, showed that less than a fifth of those surveyed believed that governments or business leaders would tell the truth on an important issue.
This is a wakeup call. Trust is the lifeblood of the modern business economy. Yet, in a world that is more networked than ever, trust is harder to earn and easier to lose. Or as the Belgians say, ''la confiance part cheval et revient pied'' (''confidence leaves on a horse and comes back on foot'').
So the big question is: how can we restore and sustain trust?
First and foremost, by making sure that growth is more inclusive and that the rules of the game lead to a level playing field'--favoring the many, not just the few; prizing broad participation over narrow patronage.
By making capitalism more inclusive, we make capitalism more effective, and possibly more sustainable. But if inclusive capitalism is not an oxymoron, it is not intuitive either, and it is more of a constant quest than a definitive destination.
I will talk about two dimensions of this quest'--more inclusion in economic growth, and more integrity in the financial system.
Inclusion in economic growth
Let me begin with economic inclusion. One of the leading economic stories of our time is rising income inequality, and the dark shadow it casts across the global economy.
The facts are familiar. Since 1980, the richest 1 percent increased their share of income in 24 out of 26 countries for which we have data.
In the US, the share of income taken home by the top one percent more than doubled since the 1980s, returning to where it was on the eve of the Great Depression. In the UK, France, and Germany, the share of private capital in national income is now back to levels last seen almost a century ago.
The 85 richest people in the world, who could fit into a single London double-decker, control as much wealth as the poorest half of the global population'' that is 3.5 billion people.
With facts like these, it is no wonder that rising inequality has risen to the top of the agenda'--not only among groups normally focused on social justice, but also increasingly among politicians, central bankers, and business leaders.
Many would argue, however, that we should ultimately care about equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome. The problem is that opportunities are not equal. Money will always buy better-quality education and health care, for example. But due to current levels of inequality, too many people in too many countries have only the most basic access to these services, if at all. The evidence also shows that social mobility is more stunted in less equal societies.
Fundamentally, excessive inequality makes capitalism less inclusive. It hinders people from participating fully and developing their potential.
Disparity also brings division. The principles of solidarity and reciprocity that bind societies together are more likely to erode in excessively unequal societies. History also teaches us that democracy begins to fray at the edges once political battles separate the haves against the have-nots.
A greater concentration of wealth could'--if unchecked'--even undermine the principles of meritocracy and democracy. It could undermine the principle of equal rights proclaimed in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Pope Francis recently put this in stark terms when he called increasing inequality ''the root of social evil''.
It is therefore not surprising that IMF research'--which looked at 173 countries over the last 50 years'--found that more unequal countries tend to have lower and less durable economic growth.
So much for the diagnosis'--what can be done about it? We have done some recent work on this as well. We focused on the fiscal policy dimension'--which is part of the IMF's core business. We found that, in general, fiscal policies have a good record of reducing social disparities'--for example, transfers and income taxes have been able to reduce inequality by about a third, on average, among the advanced economies.
But it is a complex issue and policy choices need to be made carefully. Fiscal discipline is often the first victim on the political battlefield, and we obviously want to choose measures that do the most good and the least harm.
Some potentially beneficial options can include making income tax systems more progressive without being excessive; making greater use of property taxes; expanding access to education and health; and relying more on active labor market programs and in-work social benefits.
But we must recognize that reducing inequality is not easy. Redistributive policies always produce winners and losers. Yet if we want capitalism to do its job'--enabling as many people as possible to participate and benefit from the economy'--then it needs to be more inclusive. That means addressing extreme income disparity.
Integrity in the financial system
Let me now turn to the second dimension of inclusive capitalism that I have chosen to address'--integrity in the financial system.
In this age of diminished trust, it is the financial sector that takes last place in opinion surveys. This might not be surprising in light of some of the behavior that triggered the global financial crisis. But it is nevertheless disturbing. As many have pointed out, the very word credit derives from the Latin word for trust.
We are all familiar with the factors behind the crisis'--a financial sector that nearly collapsed because of excess. A sector that, like Icarus, in its hubris flew too close to the sun, and then fell back to earth'--taking the global economy down with it.
We can trace the problems to the evolution of the financial sector before the crisis. Financial actors were allowed to take excessive risks, leading to a situation whereby the profits on the upside went to the industry'--and the losses on the downside were picked up by the public.
Some of the greatest problems, still outstanding today, lay with the so-called too-big-to-fail firms. In the decade prior to the crisis, the balance sheets of the world's largest banks increased by two to four-fold. With rising size came rising risk'--in the form of lower capital, less stable funding, greater complexity, and more trading.
This kind of capitalism was more extractive than inclusive. The size and complexity of the megabanks meant that, in some ways, they could hold policymakers to ransom. The implicit subsidy they derived from being too-big-too-fail came from their ability to borrow more cheaply than smaller banks'--magnifying risk and undercutting competition.
Completing the financial reform agenda
Thankfully, the crisis has prompted a major course correction'--with the understanding that the true role of the financial sector is to serve, not to rule, the economy. Its real job is to benefit people, especially by financing investment and thus helping with the creation of jobs and growth.
As Winston Churchill once remarked, ''I would rather see finance less proud and industry more content''.
The good news is that the international community has made progress on the reform agenda. This is especially true for banking regulation under the auspices of the Basel Committee, where we are moving forward with stronger capital and liquidity requirements. This should make the system safer, sounder, and more service oriented.
The bad news is that progress is still too slow, and the finish line is still too far off. Some of this arises from the sheer complexity of the task at hand. Yet, we must acknowledge that it also stems from fierce industry pushback, and from the fatigue that is bound to set in at this point in a long race.
A big gap is that the too-big-to-fail problem has not yet been solved. A recent study by IMF staff shows that these banks are still major sources of systemic risk. Their implicit subsidy is still going strongly'--amounting to about $70 billion in the US, and up to $300 billion in the Euro Area.
So clearly, ending too-big-to-fail must be a priority. That means tougher regulation and tighter supervision.
Here, I believe that the new capital surcharges for systemic banks can work. We estimated that increasing the capital ratio on these banks by 2½ percent, beyond the Basel III standard, can reduce the systemic risk of a trillion dollar bank by a quarter. This is a big deal.
Yet the problem will not go away without steps to reduce the potential for contagion. First on the agenda should be an agreement on cross-border resolution of megabanks'--providing a framework to unwind them in an orderly way in case of failure. This is a gaping hole in the financial architecture right now, and it calls for countries to put the global good of financial stability ahead of their parochial concerns.
And we should not give up just because it is hard. Let me quote John Fitzgerald Kennedy here, who famously said that ''we choose to go to the moon not because it is easy, but because it is hard''.
We also need more vigor across the rest of the reform agenda'--better rules for nonbanks, better monitoring of shadow banks, and better safety and transparency over derivatives, an area that is still today excessively obscure and complex. To reduce the scope for contagion, I would like to see much more progress on cross-border issues, for example, in the mutual recognition of rules for derivatives markets.
Again, this is complex, and we need to be mindful of the risks of fragmenting the global financial system and hampering the flow of credit to finance investment. But complexity is not an excuse for complacency and delay.
Changing behavior and culture
As well as regulation, we need stronger supervision. Rules are only as good as their implementation. This calls for greater resources, and independence, for the supervisors who perform such a vital public duty, day in and day out.
Yet regulation and supervision by themselves are still not enough. Rules can certainly affect behavior'--think of compensation practices, for example. But people who want to skirt the rules will always find creative ways of doing so.
So we also need to turn our attention to the culture of financial institutions, and to the individual behavior that lies beneath. Incentives must be aligned with expected behavior and be made transparent.
Here, the work of the FSB on Principles for Sound Compensation Practices, commissioned by the G20, is instrumental to realign incentives with actual performance. We must push on with implementation.
Why is this so important? Because the behavior of the financial sector has not changed fundamentally in a number of dimensions since the crisis. While some changes in behavior are taking place, these are not deep or broad enough. The industry still prizes short-term profit over long-term prudence, today's bonus over tomorrow's relationship.
Some prominent firms have even been mired in scandals that violate the most basic ethical norms'--LIBOR and foreign exchange rigging, money laundering, illegal foreclosure.
To restore trust, we need a shift toward greater integrity and accountability. We need a stronger and systematic ethical dimension.
In grappling with this, it helps to go back to the ancient philosophers. They would have raised the most basic question'--what is the social purpose of the financial sector? Or, as Aristotle would have asked: ''what is its telos?''
He answered his own question: ''Wealth is evidently not the good we are seeking; for it is merely useful and for the sake of something else''. Or as Oscar Wilde put it, ''the true perfection of man lies, not in what man has, but in what man is''.
From this perspective, we can identify the true purpose of finance. Its goal is to put resources to productive use, to transform maturity, thereby contributing to the good of economic stability and full employment'--and ultimately, to the wellbeing of people. In other words'--to enrich society.
In Aristotle's framework, once we know the purpose, we can identify the virtues needed to fulfill it. It becomes a matter of every person doing the right thing.
When we think about finance, surely one of these core virtues is prudence'--which is about stewardship, sustainability, and safeguarding the future. Prudence has long been a byword of banking, and yet has been sorely missing in action in recent times.
We know that regaining virtues like prudence will not happen overnight. Aristotle teaches us that virtue is molded from habit, from developing and nurturing good behavior over time. As with anything worth doing, practice makes perfect.
Getting back on the right path requires education and leadership that is sustained over many years. It requires alert watchdogs, including from civil society.
Most importantly of all, it requires investors and financial leaders taking values as seriously as valuation, culture as seriously as capital.
As Mark Carney pointed out in an admirable speech in Canada last year, the financial sector needs to be grounded in strong connections to clients and to communities'--to the people served by the financial industry.
Ultimately, we need to ingrain a greater social consciousness'--one that will seep into the financial world and forever change the way it does business.
The good news is that we are seeing some positive signs. The Inclusive Capitalism Initiative is one such example'--pursuing practical ways to make capitalism an engine of economic opportunity for all.
We can draw some parallels here with our expanding environmental consciousness. Not so long ago, we had much higher levels of pollution, and littering was commonplace. Today, we are more educated about these issues, and more in the habit of respecting the planet.
By comparison, the equivalent kind of awareness in the financial sector'--the idea that private misbehavior can have a broader social cost'--is only in its early stages. It is akin to the initial period of environmental consciousness, which focused on the banning of lead from petroleum products.
Just as we have a long way to go to reduce our carbon footprint, we have an even longer way to go to reduce our ''financial footprint''.
Yet we must take those steps.
I realize that these are deeper questions than economists and policymakers are normally comfortable talking about. Yet I also believe the link is clear'--ethical behavior is a major dimension of financial stability.
Conclusion
Let me conclude. The topic of inclusive capitalism is obviously a vast one. I could have talked about many different aspects: women's exclusion, disregard for the environment, corporate social responsibility.
Yet I wanted to focus my remarks today on the behavior that continues to deplete the treasury of trust and could again destabilize the global economy.
This is why the work of your Initiative is so important. It needs to infuse the consciousness of all economic leaders, across all sectors and countries.
At the end of the day, when the global economy is more inclusive, the gains are less elusive. The market is more effective, and a better future'--for everyone'--is more likely.
Thank you very much.
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Lira Falls to Week Low as Erdogan Presses for Rate CutBy Selcuk Gokoluk May 27, 2014(Corrects attribution in fourth paragraph to she.)
The lira declined to a one-week low as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan pushed ahead with calls for the central bank to cut interest rates further.
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USDA Admits to being behind the Mysterious Slaughter of Millions of Birds and Animals | Conspiracy Watch
Thu, 29 May 2014 10:44
Carol Bannerman from USDA Wildlife Services ridiculously claimed the bird kill was also to protect ''human health.''Bannerman claimed; ''We're doing it to address, in this case, agricultural damage as well as the potential for human health and safety issues,'' she said. That's just a lie, of course. In what universe do starlings pose a threat to human health and safety?
Remember, these are mass killings funded with your tax dollars. The kicker is, that the government is, in fact, responsible for many of the other mysterious animal deaths that have been reported across the country.
Yes, many people had already heard that the bird killings were the handy-work of the USDA, but that's not all they've been killing off. The federal government thinks nothing of murdering million living, breathing animals, showing their total lack of respect for wildlife.
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Birds aren't the only animals on the USDA death-list. Besides the 1,046,109 cowbirds, 1,259,714 European Starlings, 965,889 red-winged blackbirds, 93,210 Grackles, 96,297 pigeons and 24,519 Canadian geese, the USDA has ordered the slaughter of 27,000 beavers, 1700 bobcats, 81,000 coyotes, 2,000 gray foxes, 336 mountain lions, 1900 woodchucks, 130 porcupines, 12,000 raccoons, 20,000 squirrels, 30,000 wild pigs and 478 wolves.
And if the USDA poisons birds because certain groups become too populous, what do you suppose is planned for when human population grows too large? There are too many people now. So are they or another government agency going to start killing off humans?
Believe it or not, that's what some of our leaders, like Bill Gates, would like to do! The issue of overpopulation is older that actual overpopulation itself. Indeed, the King of England openly stated that the overpopulation of third world nations pose a threat to the international elite of global power as long ago as 1944. However, the issue of overpopulation was first brought to mainstream society by Charles Darwin a few years later, in 1952. Regarded as one of the greatest minds in history, Darwin came up with the solution he described in his book, The Next Million Years, introducing ''population control'' and the ''future history'' of mankind to the world.
''The world today has 6.8 billion people'... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.'' - Bill Gates
Back on October 10, 2010, I wrote the article, New World Order & American Elite call for Population Reduction, where I try to explain to the world the intentions of these madmen. With the same reasoning as Charles Darwin almost 60 years ago, population control will not impact the more intelligent, capable people who have the ability to move human civilization forward. The rich and powerful, the scientists and engineers, the doctors and innovators would be spared.
''It's only the stupid people that are going to be killed off anyway, so this is actually helping the future of humankind,'' those in control would say.
If mankind is to avoid extinction, he will first have to learn how to be human, for the killing of less intelligent individuals or species, shows that he is the least intelligent of them all.
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Climate Change Could Warp Rails With 'Sun Kinks' | Climate Central
Wed, 28 May 2014 17:39
In a warming world, the U.S. could see its cities inundated with water, its power grids threatened by intense storms, its forests devastated by wildfire and insect infestations, and its coastlines washed away by storm surges.
Climate change also threatens roads, pipelines, power lines and rail lines in ways that may not be quite as in-your-face as the stark images of homes washed away on a hurricane-eroded beach. Bridges and highways can be weakened or destroyed in floods. Power lines can be burned in wildfires and damaged in major storms. Roads and airport runways are vulnerable to extreme heat, which can soften and deteriorate asphalt.
Examples of railroad track buckling from a report on the issue from the National Transportation Library.Credit: U.S. DOT
You can add 'sun kinks,' or railways that buckle in extreme heat, causing derailments, to the list of things that are already taking a toll on U.S. transportation, a problem that figures to grow significantly as the U.S. warms.
As average U.S. temperatures warm between 3°F and more than 9°F by the end of the century, depending on how greenhouse gas emissions are curtailed or not in the coming years, the waves of extreme heat the country is likely to experience could bend and buckle rails into what experts call "sun kinks." Intense heat expands the metal, curving and misaligning rails that become a danger to the trains gliding over them.
Considering the increasing amount of hazardous materials and number of passengers being transported by rail in the U.S., that could have disastrous consequences.
Passenger railroads saw a 55 percent increase in ridership between 1997 and 2012, with little slowdown expected, according to the Brookings Institution. Freight railroads are likely to see a 45 percent increase between 2012 and 2040, according to the Association of American Railroads. Railroads are currently seeing a giant increase in the amount of some hazardous materials they carry. Because of a hydraulic fracturing boom, crude oil shipments by rail spiked from 9,500 carloads in 2009 to nearly 400,000 carloads in 2013, AAR data show.
When anything goes wrong on the rails, it's big news even without the help of climate change. Whether it's a Metro North Railroad passenger train going off the rails in New York City or tanker trains carrying volatile Bakken shale crude oil derailing and exploding, major railroad accidents kill people and destroy property.
Climate change could make moving all those passengers and freight more challenging if it throws a sun kink into the rails.
Extreme heat and cold in a changing climate affect the stability of railroad tracks and can make them prone to buckling and lead to an increase in future derailments, said Andrew Kish, an independent railroad track stability consultant and rail buckling expert who is retired from the Volpe National Transportation System Center at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Sun kinks have already caused more than 2,100 train derailments in the U.S. over the past 40 years, or about 50 derailments a year, on average.
Sun kinks and other track buckling incidents are among the costliest the rail industry deals with today, with damage running roughly $1 million per derailment, excluding injuries, fatalities and evacuations, Kish said.
The heat waves that scorched much of the U.S. in 2012 '-- the hottest year on record in the continental U.S. '-- and the sun kinks they created caused enough derailments that the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) issued a special safety advisory that summer warning railroads that they should be sure to inspect buckling-prone sections of track.
Blaming ''the unusually high and prolonged record-breaking temperatures'' that affected much of the U.S. that summer, the advisory detailed four major train derailments that resulted from sun kinks within the span of about two weeks.
On July 4, 2012, a BNSF Railway coal train crew noticed a sunk kink in tracks near Pendleton, Texas. The crew attempted to stop, but couldn't before 43 loaded coal cars derailed. The same day in Northbrook, Ill., a sun kink caused 31 loaded coal cars on a Union Pacific Railroad train to derail on a trestle, destroying the bridge and falling onto the roadway below, killing two people.
Another BNSF coal train, also with 31 loaded cars, derailed as it was passing through Mesa, Wash., on July 2, 2012 because of a sun kink, and on June 23 a sun kink caused a Union Pacific coal train to derail in Wyoming's Powder River Basin.
Despite the record heat, the number of sun kink-related derailments in 2012 was 29, down from the 46 in 2011. There were 14 such derailments in 2013, Federal Railroad Administration data show, a drop the agency attributes to the safety requirements it laid forth in its 2012 safety alert.
A University of Colorado study published in April assessing the impacts of climate change on the Navajo Reservation in the Southwest said climate change-related sun kinks are a major concern for the Navajo Nation because derailments could lead to the disruption of coal production there.
Virginia Burkett, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist who co-authored a 2008 study on climate change's impact to transportation systems on the Gulf Coast, said last week that an average temperature change of 2 or 3°F in the Gulf Coast region could have a significant effect on train tracks buckling, causing more derailments.
''Yes, you would anticipate more widespread or frequent incidents of track buckling as the temperature rises,'' she said, adding that more train derailments will occur only if railroads do not find ways to adapt.
Both passenger and freight railroads have seen increases in use with little slowdown expected.Credit: Simon J. Brady/Flickr
The four largest U.S. freight railroads '-- CSX, Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific and BNSF '-- either declined to comment for this story or did not return requests for comment.
Track buckling in extreme heat is difficult to detect ahead of time because it can happen suddenly and without warning, Kish said.
''Look, if a train derails carrying coal, no big deal,'' he said, because coal trains are unlikely to cause significant harm to others nearby when they go off tracks. ''But if you dump a train with hazmat (hazardous materials) or liquid nitrogen or crude oil, it starts burning. It's a more catastrophic event.''
That was the case with several recent derailments involving trains carrying North Dakota Bakken shale crude oil exploding violently. No recent crude oil train derailments have been attributed to sun kinks.
Bakken crude oil was found to be more volatile than oil extracted elsewhere, forcing the USDOT to issue an emergency order on May 7 requiring all railroads carrying Bakken crude oil to notify state emergency responders about the operations of those trains in their states.
The USDOT and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) declined to comment on how climate change may affect rail stability.
The administration's 2012 safety advisory has helped reduce the number of sun kink-related derailments in the U.S., and the USDOT is working with the University of California-San Diego to develop devices that enable railroads to monitor rail temperatures, said FRA spokesman Michael Cole.
But Kish said any reliable technology that can accurately monitor train track stability and warn trains of damage ahead is still too early in the development stage to be deployed anytime soon.
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CNA Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wed, 28 May 2014 03:00
CNA CorporationFounded1942HeadquartersOriginsU.S. Navy Anti-submarine Warfare Operations Research GroupKey peopleRobert Murray, President & CEO
Katherine McGrady, Ph.D., Executive Vice President & COOFocus(es)Research and analysis services to DoD and other government agenciesEmployees>750Motto"Analysis and Solutions"Websitewww.cna.orgCNA Corporation is a non-profit organization that serves the public's interests by providing in-depth research and solutions-oriented analyses to help decision makers choose the best course of action in setting policy and managing operations. CNA is not an acronym and is correctly referenced as ''CNA Corporation, a non-profit research and analysis organization located in Alexandria, VA.'' CNA Corp. is the parent organization of the CNA Corporation's Institute for Public Research, a not-for-profit research and analysis organizations serving all levels of government, and the CNA Corporation's Center for Naval Analyses, the federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The center also provides research and analysis services to other military and government agencies to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.S. national defense efforts.
Solution Centers[edit]Divisions of CNA Corporation's Institute for Public Research[edit]Air Traffic Management
CNA Corporation's Air Traffic Management (ATM) Division provides the Federal Aviation Administration and other aviation system clients with wide-ranging technical and analytical support in helping to ensure a safe, secure, and efficient global airspace system that contributes to national security and U.S. economic development. ATM also supports the civil aviation security responsibilities of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. ATM's team of analysts includes engineers, scientists, mathematicians, economists, and information systems professionals. These experts work directly with clients to solve complex technical, operational, and policy problems, and consult with the broader aviation community to obtain requisite technical and operational input.Education
CNA Corporation's Education Division combines the scientific rigor of a research institution with a firsthand understanding of education issues and their real-world implications; addressing problems with objective scientific methods, evidence-based analysis, on-scene field experience, and absolute data integrity. The division assists a diverse range of stakeholders '' from state and federal policymakers to higher education institutions to foundations and associations to districts and schools. Its team's extensive experience with applied research, experimental trials, program evaluation, and technical assistance allows the division to provide clients with clear, credible analysis and actionable solutions. CNA Corporation's Education Division also operates the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia, part of a network of ten laboratories funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. REL Appalachia provides extensive technical assistance and research support to educators and policymakers in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.Energy, Water, and Climate
CNA Corporation's Energy, Water, and Climate Division explores issues related to competing water and energy demands, water-management policies, climate change, and energy. The division focuses on integrated analysis of energy, water, and climate linkages based on the idea that understanding the implications of these linkages will support the development of sound policies and programs that will improve energy security, foster efficiency, and improve the likelihood of a secure, climate-friendly energy future.Military Advisory Board
CNA Corporation's Military Advisory Board is an elite group of retired three- and four-star flag and general officers from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps that studies pressing issues of the day to assess their impact on America's national security. Since its founding in 2006 the Military Advisory Board has released four major reports: National Security and the Threat of Climate Change,[1] (2007), Powering America's Defense: Energy and the Risks to National Security.[2] (2009), Powering America's Economy: Energy Innovation at the Crossroads of National Security Challenges,[3] (2010), and Ensuring America's Freedom of Movement: A National Security Imperative to Reduce U.S. Oil Dependence (2011),Safety and Security
CNA Corporation's Safety & Security Division uses research and analysis to deliver solutions that improve decision-making during crisis operations and develop innovative answers to challenging safety and security problems. The division's applied expertise allows first responders, emergency managers, public health and agriculture professionals, homeland security practitioners, and corporate and citizen partners to integrate risk-management policy, planning, and operations and to develop and sustain prevention, protection, response, and recovery capabilities at a national level.Divisions of CNA Corporation's Federally Funded Research and Development Center[edit]Advanced Technology & Systems Analysis (ATSA)
Areas of focus: aviation systems and technology; science and technology; information technology and operations; force structure and employment; maritime search and undersea warfare; expeditionary systems and supportResearch conducted by the Advanced Technology & Systems Analysis Division focuses on analyses of ways to improve future material readiness for the Navy, Marine Corps, and other components of the Department of Defense. Analysts conduct assessments of alternative technical and systems approaches designed to address emerging gaps in the capabilities of U.S. forces, and assess the cost, performance, and risks of various material solutions to address these gaps. ATSA analysts develop a thorough understanding of sponsors' objectives and operating environments '' including sea, land, air, space, and cyberspace '' and of the performance characteristics of supporting technologies and systems. Analysts also serve as a link between scientists and engineers in the research and development communities and operators in the Fleet and Marine Forces.China Studies
Areas of focus: defense and security affairs; foreign policy and transformational issues; leadership and domestic politics; institutional and organizational analyses; internal security; social change, and governanceChina Studies is provides the American public, government officials, and business leaders with high-level analyses of important issues in U.S.-China relations, emerging trends within China, and its changing role in world affairs. Analyses are conducted by researchers who have lived, worked, or studied in China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan and for whom Chinese is a working research language, and publications and programs are designed to provide the insights and context need for leaders make informed judgments and develop sound plans.Marine Corps Division
Areas of focus: logistics and infrastructure; manpower and training; operations and plans; aviation; combat development and integration; programs and resourcesThe Marine Corps Program conducts analyses on a wide range of issues critical to the Marine Corps leadership, using CNA Corp. headquarters-based analysts as well as analysts serving in the field at Marine Forces Command, Marine Forces Pacific, Marine Special Operations Command, the three Marine Expeditionary Forces, and Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One (MAWTS-1). Analysts are also assigned to support the Deputy Commandants and their staffs and other Marine Corps organizations including the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, Marine Corps Systems Command, and the Commander, Marine Forces Reserve.Operations Evaluation Group (OEG)
Areas of focus: strategic analysis; tactical analysis; operational analysis; operational testing; readiness and trainingThe Operations Evaluation Group conducts ongoing, field-based research focused on a host of strategic, operational, and tactical challenges facing decision-makers at Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint commands. Through its Field Program, OEG sends analysts on two- to three-year deployments to provide real-time analytic support to operational commands around the world (including aircraft carrier strike groups, Marine expeditionary forces, the U.S. Central Command, and the U.S. Pacific Command).Operations & Tactics Analysis (OTA)
Areas of focus: maritime domain awareness; combat system interoperability; fleet systems; command-and-control structures: precision strike warfare; consequence management; counter-IED and counter-mining; aircrew training; engagement and humanitarian assistance operations; and training for operators at the tactical and operational levels of warOperations & Tactics Analysis focuses primarily on evaluating current military operations and capabilities '' from major combat, to smaller-scale directed strikes, to peacetime engagement missions with partner nations to build capacity or provide humanitarian assistance. OTA also evaluates the effectiveness of new tactics and systems employed to counter such threats as mines, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), chemical/biological/radiation weapons, GPS jammers, and cruise/ballistic missiles.Resource Analysis Division (RAD)
Areas of focus: infrastructure and readiness; manpower management; materials management; environment, climate change, and energy; facilities and real estate; acquisition and cost management; budget and execution management; metrics and competitive sourcing; cost and schedule analysis; workforce, education, and trainingThe Resource Analysis Division provides analytical services to help develop, evaluate, and implement policies, practices, and programs that make people, budgets, and assets more effective and efficient. All of the division's analyses are aimed at resolving sponsors' problems through empirical research, or through modeling and simulation.Strategic Studies Division
Areas of focus: political-military issues; irregular warfare; in-theater analysis of Afghanistan and Iraq operations; strategic concepts and futures planning; leadership analysis; U.S. military engagement and shaping activities; Middle East and Latin America security issues; East Asia security strategies; the Afghanistan/Pakistan nexus; Project Iran; North Africa Piracy and the Gulf of GuineaThe Strategic Studies Division is CNA Corporation's focal point for the research and analysis of regional political-military and policy issues, and U.S. strategy and force assessment planning. Its work is characterized by a heavy use of primary sources of information, the operational and policy expertise of its analysts'--which includes foreign language skills and experience gained by living, working, or studying abroad'--and by recommendations that focus on understanding the ''why'' behind today's headlines and identifying and analyzing ''the issue after next.''CNA Corporation's History[edit]CNA Corporation traces its roots to World War II. During the Battle of the Atlantic the Navy turned to a small group of MIT scientists for help in responding to the German U-boat threat. These scientists pioneered the concept of operations research by insisting on deploying with Navy forces in order to directly observe operational challenges and collect the data needed for meaningful analyses. Their groundbreaking work not only resulted in anti-submarine warfare barrier equations that set the standard for future operations research methods, it also helped establish operations research and analysis as a distinct field, and style, of study. Over its more than 60 year history, CNA Corporation's work has been defined by multi-disciplinary, field-based "real world" operations research and analysis that combines observation of people, decisions, and processes by rigorously trained analysts to help decision makers understand the consequences of possible actions and to implement the best possible solutions.
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United Nations News Centre - 'Time running out' to stop rising CO2 levels as average hits new high, UN reports.
Wed, 28 May 2014 01:24
26 May 2014 '' Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have crossed a new threshold, the United Nation's weather agency today confirmed, warning that time is running out to curb rising greenhouse gas emissions.
In April, monthly concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere topped 400 parts per million (ppm) throughout the northern hemisphere, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported.
“This threshold is of symbolic and scientific significance and reinforces evidence that the burning of fossil fuels and other human activities are responsible for the continuing increase in heat-trapping greenhouse gases warming our planet,” the WMO continued.
CO2 levels first reached 400 ppm in April 2012, but this is the first time the monthly average passed the threshold. The agency predicts the global annual average CO2 concentration will cross this threshold in 2015 or 2016.
“Time is running out,” WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud said in the statement.
“This should serve as yet another wake-up call about the constantly rising levels of greenhouse gases which are driving climate change. If we are to preserve our planet for future generations, we need urgent action to curb new emissions of these heat-trapping gases.”
The UN is leading the effort towards an international, legally binding climate agreement by the end of next year.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is convening a climate summit on 23 September with leaders from Governments, businesses and civil society to raise the level of ambition, catalyze action on the ground and increase political momentum towards such an agreement.
The overall goal of these efforts is to limit the average temperature increase to two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial times.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reported in April that to keep global mean temperature to two degrees Celsius, means lowering global greenhouse gas emissions by 40 to 70 per cent compared with 2010 by mid-century, and to near-zero by the end of this century.
Changing the Climate Change Narrative - informationliberation
Tue, 27 May 2014 13:01
by Logan AlbrightIt's a bit of a film cliche that the bad guys, while possessing armies of flunkies, have no loyalty to their employees and happily sell them out, or even murder them without a second thought. Many a Bond villain has left me wondering, "why would anyone agree to work for this guy?"Of course, it's fiction and thus subject to exaggeration, but we see the same kind of thing going on in real life all the time. Government is all too happy to use a certain subset of the population to achieve a certain set of ends. And then when that usefulness is used up, they are only too happy to cast their once-favored flunkies aside without ceremony or ado.
The latest example of this is the environmentalism movement. Previously among big government's most protected and cherished classes, a persistent lack of concern for environmental issues by the public is undermining these people's usefulness as instruments of manipulation.
Global warming alarmists, at least those in the public sector, seem to at last have realized that they have lost the debate. People either don't believe or don't care about what the doomsday theorists have to say, and it looks increasingly unlikely that they will ever achieve the dramatic and destructive carbon emissions reductions they have been seeking.
So what to do when you realize you're losing the argument? Change the argument to one that you have a chance of winning. A couple of recent reports are now claiming that it is officially too late to stop the sea level rises resulting from human activity.
Frankly, this is a bit of a relief. For years we have been told that it will soon be too late to stop global warming, but the end never seemed to come. Now that it finally has, at last we can stop talking about electric cars and solar powered houses.
Of course, it is probably too much to hope that the environmental movement itself will give up preaching the evils of fossil fuels. That would require them to abandon any principles they presumably had. But it appears that the political powers that be are ready for a messaging shift, and if that means throwing the greens under the bus, so much the worse for them.
Having outlived their usefulness, those sincere environmentalists who still want to prevent global warming will find themselves suddenly out of favor with the political class, their positions of influence dispatched like just another movie henchman.
Government regulators are particularly insidious in that they have no real principles apart from the desire to control. Environmentalism was never anything more than a means for them to flex their regulatory muscles. In the face of a wall of public indifference, it is not surprising that they would abandon the movement in favor of others tactics that may be more effective.
But alas, this is not the end of the government's attempt to exert control over its citizens in the name of climate science. In fact, it may just be the beginning. The difference is that now, the focus will shift from prevention to preparation. Instead of the massive efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions through complicated schemes involving permits, credits, and allowances, the government will take the more direct route of simply taking your money and giving it to cities so that they can "prepare" for the consequences of rising sea levels sometime in the indeterminate future.
What does this preparation entail? At this point, it's difficult to say, but on some level it doesn't even matter. It is enough to know that the government will be using the vague spectre of future disaster as a justification for any and all taxes, spending programs, or new regulations that can possibly be cast in terms of "preparation."
The whole situation is eerily similar to terrible economist Paul Krugman's alien invasion theory. Krugman famously asserted that if the world were told to start preparing for an alien invasion, the massive spending that would result from building infrastructure, training soldiers, and ramping up manufacturing would create jobs and stimulate the economy even if it later turned out that there were never any aliens to begin with.
The playbook is out in the open for anyone with eyes to see. According to Krugman and leftists like him, it's okay to lie about future disaster in order to encourage noble ends, in this case economic growth. Apart from the obvious ethical concerns, Krugman's analysis fails by committing the Broken Window Fallacy: resources devoted to visible uses must necessarily be directed away from less visible uses, the loss of which outweighs the gains of the visible.
The only difference between Krugman's hypothetical and today's actual is that instead of aliens, we are supposed to be frightened of imaginary environmental catastrophe. The end result is identical: more government control of our lives, less efficient use of resources, and the resulting drain on economic growth, not to mention the outright unethical manipulation of people through the use of Plato's "noble lie."
The shift from climate change prevention to climate change preparation is nothing but a sneaky, underhanded new way for governments to control the people, necessitated by our rightful resistance to increasingly unconvincing climate lies. We can only hope the opposition to these new proposals is equally strong._Logan Albright is a writer and economist in Washington, DC.
A 40-Year-Old Magazine Article Still Haunts Climate Scientists Today
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:31
"The central fact is that, after three quarters of a century of extraordinarily mild conditions, the Earth seems to be cooling down. Meteorologists disagree about the cause and extent of the cooling trend, as well as over its specific impact on local weather conditions. But they are almost unanimous in the view that the trend will reduce agricultural productivity for the rest of the century." '' Newsweek: April 28, 1975
That's an excerpt from a story I wrote about climate science that appeared almost 40 years ago. Titled "The Cooling World," it was remarkably popular; in fact it might be the only decades-old magazine story about science ever carried onto the set of a late-night TV talk show. Now, as the author of that story, after decades of scientific advances, let me say this: while the hypotheses described in that original story seemed right at the time, climate scientists now know that they were seriously incomplete. Our climate is warming -- not cooling, as the original story suggested.
Nevertheless, certain websites and individuals that dispute, disparage and deny the science that shows that humans are causing the Earth to warm continue to quote my article. Their message: how can we believe climatologists who tell us that the Earth's atmosphere is warming when their colleagues asserted that it's actually cooling?
Well, yes, we should trust them, despite the views of detractors such as comedian Dennis Miller, who brought my story to The Tonight Show in 2006. Several atmospheric scientists did indeed believe in global cooling, as I reported in the April 28, 1975 issue of Newsweek. But that was then.
In the 39 years since, biotechnology has flowered from a promising academic topic to a major global industry, the first test-tube baby has been born and become a mother herself, cosmologists have learned that the universe is expanding at an accelerating rate rather than slowing down, and particle physicists have detected the Higgs boson, an entity once regarded as only a theoretical concept. Seven presidents have served most of 11 terms. And Newsweek has become a shadow of its former self.
And on the climate front? The vast majority of climatologists now assure us that Earth's atmosphere is not cooling. Rather it's warming up. And the main responsibility for the phenomenon lies with human activity.
"There's no serious dispute any more about whether the globe is warming, whether humans are responsible, and whether we will see large and dangerous changes in the future '' in the words of the National Academy of Sciences '' which we didn't know in the 1970s," said Michael Mann, a climatologist at Pennsylvania State University in University Park. He added that nearly every U.S. scientific society has assessed the evidence and come to the same conclusion.
The recent National Climate Assessment takes an equally emphatic view.
"What is new over the last decade is that we know with increasing certainty that climate change is happening now," it states. "While scientists continue to refine projections of the future, observations unequivocally show that climate is changing and that the warming of the past 50 years is primarily due to human-induced emissions of heat-trapping gases."
I'm sure it's clear by now that I accept the views of the National Academy, National Climate Assessment, Mann, and the huge majority of his fellow climatologists. Nevertheless, websites devoted to denying the existence of human-caused climate change '' or at least promoting the idea that nothing should be done about it '' continue to use my article to validate their thinking. In fact the article has reportedly become the most-cited article in Newsweek's history.
Those that reject climate science ignore the fact that, like other fields, climatology has evolved since 1975. The certainty that our atmosphere is indeed warming stems from a series of rigorous observations and theoretical concepts that fit into computer models and an overall framework outlining the nature of Earth's climate.
These capabilities were primitive or non-existent in 1975. In fact my report reflected a real strand of climatological thinking back then. I was far from the only science writer to cover the possibility of global cooling. Time, Science News, and the New York Times, among other media outlets, wrote about it, because some climate scientists had genuine reasons to believe that the global climate might be cooling and had published scholarly papers on the matter.
Speaking personally, though, I accept that I didn't tell the full story back then. Indeed, the issue raises questions about the relationship between science writers and scientists as well as the attitudes toward science of individuals with political agendas.
"Three independent strands of science at the time got conflated in the articles: analyses of direct temperature data that showed a decline in temperatures particularly over the Northern Hemisphere since the 1940s; a very high level of pollution by sulfate aerosols that cooled the planet; and evidence that the timing of ice ages was caused by wobbles in Earth's orbit," explained Gavin Schmidt, deputy chief of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, in New York. Indeed, he added, "some parts of the article are OK even today."
At the same time, however, evidence had emerged of increases in the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, a gas known to warm the atmosphere.
"The science was sort of speculative [in 1975]," Mann recalled. "A National Academy of Sciences report concluded there wasn't enough information at that particular time because we had two competing forces '' aerosols and greenhouse gases. It wasn't entirely clear which would win out."
Ironically, efforts to clean up the atmosphere made it possible to resolve the scientific mystery and convince climatologists that human activity is warming the planet. Policy actions such as the Clean Air Act of 1970 in the United States and similar initiatives in other countries aimed to reduce the amount of sulfate aerosols in the atmosphere. Since those compounds primarily reflect heat, their reduction effectively gave carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases more control over the Earth's temperature.
NASA scientist James Hansen was the first to sound the alarm. In 1988, he pointed out that a sort of Faustian bargain had cleaned up the atmosphere but at the cost of worsening the greenhouse problem.
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Hansen and other climatologists began to develop models of the climate which showed the influence of human activity, via the burning of fossil fuels, on global temperatures.Observations and analyses since then have confirmed and strengthened the models and the broad understanding of climate change, along with the portion that's due to human activity. Richard Somerville, a climate scientist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the University of California, San Diego, summarized the findings in an email.
"There are many lines of observational evidence that the world is warming, including globally rising air and ocean temperatures, retreating glaciers worldwide, increasing sea level, decreasing Arctic Sea ice extent, and mass loss on the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica," he wrote. "In addition, an entire new body of climate science called 'detection and attribution' convincingly shows that the observed climate changes have distinctive space-time patterns that are consistent with causes due to human activities."
The counterattack had started by the beginning of the 1990s. The purported evidence against global warming included the news articles on cooling by myself and others.
Some commentators, such as Dixy Lee Ray, former chair of the Atomic Energy Commission, asserted that the articles represented climate scares that inevitably turned out to be untrue '' as would the idea of global warming, they asserted.
Others took a less subtle route. The articles proved, they argued, that the atmosphere was cooling and that there was no reason to change that conclusion. In that view, climate science never changes.
However, both types of warming deniers, along with policymakers who have consistently opposed any regulation designed to reduce acid rain, the destruction of the ozone layer, and other perceived ills, have consistently used the articles '' particularly mine '' as ammunition.
But that's just one line of attack. Mann suffered another starting in 1998, after he published an article in the journal Nature; that included a "hockey stick" model that demonstrated a dramatic increase in the rate of recent global warming.
"I was at the receiving end of the attacks from many of the same individuals, think tanks, and organizations implicated in past attacks on other climate scientists, such as [late] climatologist Steve Schneider," he wrote in an email. "The attacks on climate science and on me specifically have escalated for a simple reason: As the scientific evidence becomes clearer and the threat becomes clearer, it takes yet more disinformation and propaganda to obscure the truth. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent by fossil fuel interests seeking to muddy the waters. That has, in turn, provided cover for politicians doing their bidding in opposing any attempts to regulate carbon emissions."
Opponents of Mann and his fellow climatologists also seek to highlight areas of disagreements among climatologists. Certainly those disagreements exist. But they don't affect the reality that human activity is the primary trigger of warming in recent decades.
Take, for example, research on the relationship between climate change and extreme weather.
"It is a very nuanced subject, and a legitimate controversy," Mann said in an interview. "There really are different schools of thought, each of which are credible and making arguments in good faith. Jennifer Francis at Rutgers argues that there is a connection with loss of sea ice, and others are skeptical."
Schmidt agrees.
"It is a genuine debate," he said. "Scientists don't just sit around congratulating ourselves on what we've done. We look for things at the cutting edge between known and unknown. It's a complex terrain and that's what makes it interesting."
Certainly, the disputes have become more nuanced. But their existence provides opponents of scientific findings that they find unpopular with opportunities to muddle the facts.
"The American political system has always had a rather odd connection to the role of expertise," Schmidt added. "There's a clear strand in American discourse that is anti-intellectual and anti-expertise."
While the affair reveals much about the relationship between politics and science, it also casts a shadow on science writing.
"There's too much handwaving in science journalism," Schmidt noted. "Scientists don't spend a lot of time when talking to journalists about what their research doesn't mean. One of the fault lines between science and journalism is how you pull together the bigger picture. So a reticence on the part of scientists to fill in the big picture, and over-enthusiasm on the part of journalists to say what does it all mean, means that the journalists don't get it quite right."
Here I must admit mea culpa. In retrospect, I was over-enthusiastic in parts of my Newsweek article. Thus, I suggested a connection between the purported global cooling and increases in tornado activity that was unjustified by climate science. I also predicted a forthcoming impact of global cooling on the world's food production that had scant research to back it.
The messages for science writers are to ask questions beyond the obvious and to seek out what the science doesn't imply as well as what it does. If I had applied those lessons back in 1975, I might not now be in the embarrassing position of being a cat's paw for denial of climate change.
Over my career I've covered subjects as diverse as cell biology, the world of physics a century after Einstein's birth, space commerce, and World Cup soccer. I've won prizes for my writing, including a lifetime award from the American Chemical Society. But I fear that my obituary will be dominated by that single article in Newsweek.
Peter Gwynne is a freelance science writer based in Sandwich, Massachusetts, and a frequent contributor to Inside Science. He is the author of "The Cooling World," which appeared in Newsweek in April, 1975.
This article originally appeared at Inside Science. Copyright 2014.
Climate scientist proposes extremely cold 2014 winter link to global warming.
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:24
Climate scientist proposes extremely cold 2014 winter link to global warmingMay 23, 2014 by Bob YirkaCredit: Larisa Koshkina/public domain
(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014.
The winter of 2014 was cold in the U.S., of that there was no doubt. Subzero temperatures became the norm and heating bills skyrocketed. At the time, very few who experienced it were blaming it on global warming, but that may very well have been the cause anyway, Palmer suggests'--despite the fact that global temperatures haven't been rising lately.
The western Pacific ocean, he suggests, is pulling heat in and holding on to it'--that's why global temperatures haven't been increasing. That heat in the ocean, he adds, resulted in the generation of more thunderstorms in the western Pacific, releasing heat into the atmosphere (and creating powerful typhoons). That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
Meteorologists generally agree that the cold weather wasn't due to it just being colder, it was because parts of the jet stream plunged south carrying arctic temperatures with it'--areas north of the jet stream are typically very cold, while those below it are warm. It was those same conditions that led to a very wet Europe as the jet stream wobbled back and forth, generating storms in the Atlantic, dropping massive amounts of water as the sea gave way to land.
Despite the cold winter, Palmer's theory doesn't suggest future cold winters will be the norm. Instead, he maintains, it was just a one-off'--El Ni±o is due, and it will almost certainly lead to a release of a lot of the heat the ocean has been holding onto, which would mean warmer winters are coming, not colder.
Interestingly, Palmer's theory results in the same outcome as another recent theory presented by Jennifer Francis of Rutgers University'--she believes cold snaps like the one this past winter are due to melting Arctic ice, leaving less heat reflected back into the atmosphere and thinning the jet stream and at times causing it to wobble. Others suggest global warming had nothing to do with the chilly winter'--it was just climate temperature variability, as happens now and then.
Explore further:Jet stream shift 'could prompt harsher winters'
More information: Record-breaking winters and global climate change, Science 23 May 2014: Vol. 344 no. 6186 pp. 803-804. DOI: 10.1126/science.1255147
AbstractJust when it looked like spring was arriving this year, the U.S. Midwest slipped back into winter, and Detroit recorded its snowiest season ever (see the photo). Has global warming gone into reverse, or could human emissions of greenhouse gases actually be responsible for this particular record being broken? Although the chances of cold winters can in general be expected to decrease with global warming, climate change linked to the particular circulation patterns that have prevailed in the past decade or so could have played an important role in this record-breaking winter.
Journal reference:Science
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thingumbobesquire2.2 / 5 (29)May 23, 2014
Now everything remarkably proves global warming. Misogynistic anti human science is lunacy.
OdinsAcolyte2.9 / 5 (19)May 23, 2014
That is not how heat transfer and thermodynamics work.
Gimp1.9 / 5 (23)May 23, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
Lino2351.9 / 5 (25)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is that there was a gigantic volcanic explosion last year in the Philipines, which explains "el nino" and which explains most of the near-term climate on the West Coast. The finest of the volcanic ash is floating around in the jet-stream and reflecting back the sun's heat.The climate imbeciles strike again.
Z991.9 / 5 (20)May 23, 2014
I used to be fairly confident that increasing (and obviously anthropogenic) [CO'‚‚] must lead to global warming. I still think it is more likely than not. Its been well recognized (in the community) that particulates are "the big unknown" (as well as the response of soil and tundras) but now comes 17 years of "bad predictions", a real failure of their models and silly claims that warming causes cooling. THE major green house gas is water vapor. If our models are failing to predict the water/precipitation cycle, and its effects, then our models are crap. Anybody who claims that climate causes weather is not someone I have any interest in listening to. Someone who points out that climate "contributes to" weather is a moron. I wonder if our atmosphere "contributes to" the weather? Think I'll "do a study", then publish a piece on it...
TheGhostofOtto19232.2 / 5 (23)May 23, 2014
So maybe it will get hot enough to trigger the next ice age.
sirchick2.9 / 5 (17)May 23, 2014
The amount of times here in the UK weather is predicted half a year before it arrives and has become true is so far: 0.We get predicted hot summers, wet summers, cold winters, warm winters. Every time they make these predictions its the complete opposite!
If they would just stop publicly announcing until they are actually getting accurate results then people would probably start to listen.
Tangent24.1 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
rockwolf10003.8 / 5 (20)May 23, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
I would suggest that your brain has been wired incorrectly.
Maggnus3.5 / 5 (19)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
Perhaps the underlying cause is already being studied, and perhaps we should consider the comments of the experts studying the causes that the commonality between the differing aspects is the changing climate.Captain Stumpy4.2 / 5 (24)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is
@Lino235, @gimp et al,the simplest explanation would be
That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
which was predicted here http://qz.com/163...n-worse/and is based upon the SCIENCE int the video on the link above which was and has been debated for YEARS, and has been studied in detail since AT LEAST 1988 http://www.scienc...0674cf8f .you can learn more about jet streams here: http://www.scienc...0674cf8f
Moebius3.6 / 5 (18)May 23, 2014
Why do people think that the weather will go quietly into climate change and warming? It won't go quietly into a new, increasingly warmer climate. It will react to change just like most living things do. It will only go kicking and screaming.
Tangent21.5 / 5 (15)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
Perhaps the underlying cause is already being studied, and perhaps we should consider the comments of the experts studying the causes that the commonality between the differing aspects is the changing climate.Which comments would those be? The ones were the scientists advocate that their study is the correct measure? And when you say climate change is the reason, what exactly is the mechanism of implementation? To simply say that it is climate change and leave it at that is the same as publishing one of these ridiculous studies that refuse to analyze the actual underlying CAUSE of climate change and simply imply it is of human origins.
EWH1.9 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
He is proposing in effect a negative feedback. Warming predictions rely on a presumption of positive feedback increasing the effects of CO2 by hundreds of percent. If negative feedback in fact dominates, then the projections of warming are overstated by an even higher factor. The relatively high stability of climate outside ice age-to- interglacial period shifts indicates that negative feedbacks dominate except when transitioning from one period to the other, and prevent runaway warming or cooling.
TheGhostofOtto19233 / 5 (10)May 23, 2014
So maybe it will get hot enough to trigger the next ice age.
I swear none of you has any sense of humor whatsoever. That really cracks me up like an Antarctic ice sheet.jdswallow2.2 / 5 (17)May 23, 2014
Farmers' Almanac More Reliable Than Warming Climate ModelsBad Science: It turns out that a 200-year-old publication for farmers beats climate-change scientists in predicting this year's harsh winter as the lowly caterpillar beats supercomputers that can't even predict the past.Last fall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) predicted above-normal temperatures from November through January across much of the continental U.S. The Farmers' Almanac, first published in 1818, predicted a bitterly cold, snowy winter.The Maine-based Farmers' Almanac's still-secret methodology includes variables such as planetary positions, sunspots, lunar cycles and tidal action. It claims an 80% accuracy rate, surely better than those who obsess over fossil fuels and CO2.The winter has stayed cold in 2014, and snowfall and snow cover are way above average. USA Today reported on Feb. 14 that there was snow on the ground in part of every state except Florida. That includes Hawaii.
jdswallow2 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
which was predicted here http://qz.com/163...n-worse/
Here are some FACTS & that is something MR Stumpy will not deal in.North West Passage blocked with ice - yachts caughthttp://www.sail-w...t/113788April 19, 2014The Hudson Bay is packed solid with thick ice and seems to be supporting a healthy seal-feeding season for polar bears. Extreme cold and stormy weather has been pervasive throughout the region this year and should lead to a extended hunting season for bears on the ice surface. Here is the link of the most recent Hudson Bay ice chart from Environment Canada Ice Survey.http://churchillp...preview/
PinkElephant4.5 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
@OdinsAcolyte,That is not how heat transfer and thermodynamics work.
I take it you're a fan of physics. Then you ought to be familiar with the basic thinking behind conservation laws.Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all? Probably not. Probably, some other air from elsewhere has to move up into the arctic, to take place of the air that departed. Where do you think that replacement air would come from? Since it wasn't in the Arctic before, probably from more southern latitudes, right? Meaning, it might be relatively warmer than the air that left the Arctic, right?
So let's look at *global averages* -- rather than regional swings. What's the net global effect?
http://www.ncdc.n...1404.gif
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 23, 2014
That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
which was predicted here http://qz.com/163...n-worse/]http://qz.com/163...n-worse/[/url]This is how MR. Stumpy's "informative" piece begins."In fact, despite the trolling of Donald Trump and other climate change deniers, global warming is probably contributing to the record cold, as counter-intuitive as that may seem. The key factor is a feedback mechanism of climate change known as Arctic amplification. Here's how to explain the nuts and bolts of it to your under-informed family and friends:(Notice the key words, probably contributing)Snow and ice are disappearing from the Arctic region at unprecedented rates, leaving behind relatively warmer open water, which is much less reflective to incoming sunlight than ice. That, among other factors, is causing the northern polar region of our planet to warm at a faster rate than the rest of the northern hemisphere. (And, just to state the obvious, global warming describes a global trend toward warmer temperatures, which doesn't preclude occasional cold-weather extremes.)"http://qz.com/163...n-worse/]http://qz.com/163...n-worse/[/url]
No way could this site be biased and just what Mr. Stumpy likes to hear, is there?
TechnoCreed4.2 / 5 (15)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is...
...to take a look at the global situation. Because a picture is worth a thousand words ;-)http://www.ncdc.n...1402.gifPinkElephant4.1 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
I also like this one (doesn't talk about record temps, but rather just shows mean departures from the 1950-1980 baseline):http://data.giss....;pol=reg
An interesting thing to note: the graph beneath the world map, shows 'zonal' departures from baseline. It's rather obvious that everything above 60 degrees north is stupidly warmer than the norm. Notably, that's during the *winter* -- when the north gets the least (if any!) sunlight. But of course, to the deniers it's all about the sun, or cosmic rays, or fairies, or salary, or whatever...
One can play around to achieve different types of plots like the one above, by starting at this landing page:
http://data.giss....mp/maps/
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (12)May 23, 2014
Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all?
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
PinkElephant: I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.The Great Blizzard of 1888, which struck the American Northeast, became the most famous weather event in history. The ferocious storm caught major cities by surprise in mid-March, paralyzing transportation, disrupting communication, and isolating millions of people.It is believed at least 400 people died as a result of the storm. And the "Blizzard of '88" became iconic.http://history180...1888.htm THE WINTER OF 1886''1887 WAS HARD ON TH
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (11)May 23, 2014
Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all?
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
PinkElephant: I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.The Great Blizzard of 1888, which struck the American Northeast, became the most famous weather event in history. The ferocious storm caught major cities by surprise in mid-March, paralyzing transportation, disrupting communication, and isolating millions of people.It is believed at least 400 people died as a result of the storm. And the "Blizzard of '88" became iconic.http://history180...1888.htm
THE WINTER OF 1886''1887 WAS HARD ON THE WEST, ESPECIALLY MONTANA. Following a series of early November blizzards, a 10-day storm blew in on January 9, 1887. Sixteen inches of snow fell in as many hours, and temperatures dropped to 46 below zero. Cattle froze to death while standing upright and ranch hands perished in vain attempts to rescue stock.http://www.bigsky...887.html
PinkElephant4.2 / 5 (10)May 23, 2014
@jdswallow,I'm sure not spamming isn't your forte. But you ought to at least try it on, every now and again...
I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.
I'll try to disabuse you of any delusions with respect to my own humble person. I do not own the Earth's jet streams. I'm not in the possession of even one single puny little personal pocket jet stream. I am not the deity you were looking for...As to historical blizzards, nobody knows what the jet stream was doing back then, because nobody was around to measure it. I don't see what relevance any of that has to anything, other than perhaps to emphasize that winters in general used to be a lot harsher than they are now. What is today billed as an unusually cold winter season, would have been run-of-the-mill ho-hum non-event a century ago...
Captain Stumpy4 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
No way could this site be biased and just what Mr. Stumpy likes to hear
@jdHookerand so we continue to see that jd hooker still hasn't learned to read. did you miss the whole next sentence hooker-boy?the SCIENCE int the video on the link
I specified the video for a reasonGreat Blizzard of 1888
attempt at misdirection as well as sowing FUDLEARN SOME SCIENCE, tinkerbelle.you've already established that you believe in the farmers almanac (who also publishes the horoscope) so at this point, if you cannot specify a relevant argument, you'll be regarded as nothing but a troll... what is that old phrase? even a broken clock is correct twice a day?
I don't know why I bother even replying to you, as now you will flood us with irrelevant BS, much like Rygg, just stupider.
thanks for proving that you can't (or more likely WON'T) learn
Egleton4.3 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
All the world is in the Northern Hemisphere, according to the Yanks.Perhaps that is where they got the Turtle model from.Adelaide hovered around 50C in December. What cold? It was not cold, it was stinking hot.
EnricM4.7 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
I used to be fairly confident that increasing (and obviously anthropogenic) [CO'‚‚] must lead to global warming. I still think it is more likely than not. Its been well recognized (in the community) that particulates are "the big unknown" (as well as the response of soil and tundras) but now comes 17 years of "bad predictions", a real failure of their models and silly claims that warming causes cooling.
Just a little correction: It was cool in the USA and Canada. In Europe there were the WARMEST WINTER AND SPRING ON RECORD. Read it again, slowly. How do I know it? Well, I am writing this from Holland.
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
EnricM4 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
All the world is in the Northern Hemisphere, according to the Yanks.Perhaps that is where they got the Turtle model from.Adelaide hovered around 50C in December. What cold? It was not cold, it was stinking hot.
Worse: All the World is in the USA, here in Holland,Europe we reached the 20C in February and stood around 15C during the rest of the winter (being the normal temperatures below 0).
But hey, who are we to tell the yanks what was happening in the rest of the world? If it's cold in the fridge of a guy in Texas it has to be cold in the rest of the world. I wish them good luck if they decide to visit the Sahara in Anorak ;)
runrig4 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
A small correction, if I may Eric....US deniers forget.Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.jdswallow2.1 / 5 (15)May 24, 2014
thanks for proving that you can't (or more likely WON'T) learn
I thank you, Mr. Stumpy, for providing a post that sums up the IQ and the intelligence of the typical anthropogenic global warming alarmist. You present a great view into the depths of the mind of the agw alarmist and, if I might use a metaphor, that if depths of your mind were like a pond, one would not get their feet wet stepping into said body of water. You will never understand that the Farmer's Almanac, using whatever method they do, such as which way do dogs turn before they lay down or the strips on a wooly worm, provide them with better out comes than what NOAA predicted using computers that were fed the same sort of biased information you love to use in your links. NOAA use to be a very good scientific based organization before they got taken over by folks who, like you, have an agenda to promote.
"Last fall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) predicted above-normal temperatures from November through January across much of the continental U.S. The Farmers' Almanac, first published in 1818, predicted a bitterly cold, snowy winter." So Mr. Stumpy, who was right?
jdswallow2.1 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
"The Norse arrived in Greenland 1,000 years ago and became very well established," says Schweger, describing the Viking farms and settlements that crowded the southeast and southwest coasts of Greenland for almost 400 years.http://www.folio..../03.html"Evidence of Viking Outpost Found in CanadaSharpeners may be smoking guns in quest for New World's second Viking site.Archaeologists have long known that Viking seafarers set sail for the New World around A.D. 1000. A popular Icelandic saga tells of the exploits of Leif Eriksson, a Viking chieftain from Greenland who sailed westward to seek his fortune. According to the saga, Eriksson stopped long enough on Baffin Island to walk the coast'--named Helluland, an Old Norse word meaning "stone-slab land"'--before heading south to a place he called Vinland."http://news.natio...utherlan
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.
Tony Banton: Don't you remember all of the time and energy that folks like you have expended trying to suggest that the RWP, MWP & the LIA were confined to northern Europe because you can't explain how they occurred without the influence of your devil in the sky that you have never seen but just know he is there, CO2.
I do not want to be anything even remotely like Mr. Stumpy and just post total nonsense; so, will provide a couple of links that prove that there were warmer times on Greenland and in N.Canada.
Climate change killed off Viking settlement on Greenlandhttp://www.eartht...and/942/Norse ruins at Brattahlid.http://www.greenl...tory.htm
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
As to historical blizzards, nobody knows what the jet stream was doing back then, because nobody was around to measure it. I don't see what relevance any of that has to anything, other than perhaps to emphasize that winters in general used to be a lot harsher than they are now.
"Weaker zonal wind speeds favor slower moving Rossby waves, which leads to more persistent weather patterns" ; or is it "polar vortexes" now after last winter that would not seem to end? It doesn't appear that there was a very persistent pattern in North and South Dakota in 1936 when both the record high and record low temperatures that still hold were set.
Please take note of the information given below and then tell me about drastic shifts in the climate like some want to maintain.I would certainly hope that they are able to notice the year that these records were set.
In Steele, North Dakota on July 6, 1936 the record HIGH Temperature for the state was 121'° F.In Parshall, N. Dakota on Feb. 15, 1936 the record LOW Temperature for the state was -60'°F.In GANN VALLEY, South Dakota on July 5, 1936 the record Maximum Temperature for the state was 120°FIn MC INTOSH, South Dakota on February 17, 1936 the record Minimum Temperature for the state was -58°Fhttp://www.ncdc.n.../records
As Thomas Huxley famously stated: "The great tragedy in science: the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact."
orti1.4 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
Makes perfect sense -- to a warming monger.
Rustybolts1.7 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
Nope, not enough ripples.
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
The positioning of the cold/air mass causes the formation of the Polar jet-stream .... and the Polar jet stream causes the positioning of the air masses.It is chicken v egg - which comes first?A jet is created by the warm/cold being side by side. The gretaer the contrast over a a shorter distance governs its strength ( warm/cold gradient>density gradient>pressure gradient>wind>Coriolis>jet)Put simply though, a push from either the warm side of the jet north or a push from the cold side south will cause the jet to move in that location of the hemisphere. The two often come side by side.
Notable cold spells in W Europe and the E states are often caused by a WEAKENING in the Polar vortex. This happens first in the Strat when warm air is injected into the vortex there. A v cold vortex is hard/impossible to shift often (this last winter). As warmer air aloft reverses the winds there (to E'ly) this wind regime filters down to the Trop and reverses winds there, generating a -ve AO (HP).
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
ContHighs have divergent winds at the surface and with air sinking in the HP zone it has to go somewhere - so it pushes south. This push south will mean that the jet upstream has to go north - so reinforcing the "wriggle". Then the jet can become "locked" in a stationary position as the dynamics balance out in the trough/ridge train around the globe.
The very strong Polar vortex over N Canada this last winter had much different beginnings. Warm air was never able to intrude. It just got colder ( in the Strat ) and slowly moved to become quasi-stationary over N Canada.I do not know the causes of this - I do know though that it was not the cold air in the Trop that was giving the "push" - for the reasons I've outlined. The winds in the Vortex were convergent (LP) - so the Jet must have been given a push N from downstream causing the jet to move anomalously north over Alaska/Siberia (which it did) and then diving down E of the Rockies.
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
Makes perfect sense -- to a warming monger.
No it makes perfect sense if you understand Meteorology.I do.Captain Stumpy4.2 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
You will never understand that the Farmer's Almanac, using whatever method they do
@jdmoron the illiterate hookerthe farmers almanac says they use sunspot activity, historical data, moon phase, tidal action and a complicated algorithm created by David Young http://www.farmer...recasts/the farmers almanac is as accurate as any other psychic phenomenon, and it's followers are also similar in that they are likely ready to support all successes as well as justify the failures. It is fascinating that you would also put such stock in its predictions. Guess that says a lot about your mentality: NOT SCIENTIFIC nor able to comprehend the scientific methodthis is why you cannot fathom nor comprehend NOAA and modern science. it involves things that scare you, like physics.thanks for supporting my previous assumptions about your mental capacityyou are nothing more than a trolling spammer with the mental capacity of a 13 y/o hormonal schizophrenic in a coma
Captain Stumpy4.3 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
using whatever method they do, such as which way do dogs turn before they lay down or the strips on a wooly worm, provide them with better out comes
@jd illiterate hookerone last parting shot: in the last ten years, I have lived in the mountains and I've bought the almanac every year. I also compare results to NOAA which I track daily. the results so far:ACCURACY (short term= next 3 days, long term= more than 3 days)Almanac - 0% short term forecast, 22% long termNOAA - 100% short term forecast, 75% long termthis is accuracy tracked over the last ten years specific to my area. the accuracy of the published articles fares roughly the same (especially the dog's turning direction before laying down, which is dependent upon the dog, the environment and more factors). Your belief is the key to its success, as well as its ability to put $$$ for PR and the old timers handing faith down like herpes... or religion.
RhoidSlayer1.3 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
is climate science math or a rorschach test ?CONSENSUS was the earth was flat .
Maggnus4.5 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
is climate science math or a rorschach test ?
CONSENSUS was the earth was flat .
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment."There was NEVER a consensus that the Earth was flat.
antigoracle1.8 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Me thinks Mother Earth must be going through menopause.
nevermark4.2 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Everything changes climate. Climate is always changing. So its not the least bit surprising that quickly increasing the CO2 in the atmosphere is having an effect. The primary problem is not that climate is changing as usual, but that it is changing faster than usual. When that happens ecosystems get damaged and take a long time (much longer than human generations) to recover.We are now in the sixth mass extinction with no signs of extinction rates dropping. Fish, land animals, etc. are reducing in numbers with many species falling to the point of no possible recovery, or only recovery if somehow humans could stop development.
nevermark4 / 5 (9)May 24, 2014
There is no name calling in the scientific paper being quoted above, only in some of the comments that follow. This paper is just a humble step in the search for knowledge, like every other paper. The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.Valid disagreement or agreement, if any here are have enough expertise to make that call, would not need to be disrespectful to the paper or its authors.
ryggesogn21.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.
Not all openly published.
Shootist1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
"Generally speaking, I'm much more of a conformist, but it happens I have strong views about climate because I think the majority is badly wrong, and you have to make sure if the majority is saying something that they're not talking nonsense." - Freeman Dyson
RealityCheck3.8 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
@jdswallow. Give it a rest, mate. You come across either as ignorant of basic convection/heat-exchange & transport geo-mechanisms and dynamics OR as a political/religious/mercenary 'shill' with your narrow-view 'picture' of what is happening GLOBALLY as a WHOLE dynamic system in transition to new patterns/equilibriums of both heat content and air/water flows/currents. If you've ever owned an old-fashioned 'ice-box', you would be able to understand how heat flows via 'convection' works to re-distribute heat. In that process, for as long as existing/additional heat loads exist, localized 'cold-spots' develop depending on obstructions/currents as the system is trying to 'equalize' heat distribution in overall materials/shapes/distributions involved. You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice versa
antigoracle1.5 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
in the last ten years, I have lived in the mountains and I've bought the almanac every year. I also compare results to NOAA which I track daily. the results so far:ACCURACY (short term= next 3 days, long term= more than 3 days)Almanac - 0% short term forecast, 22% long termNOAA - 100% short term forecast, 75% long term
-- Cap'n StuntyWow, despite their abysmal record you continue to purchase the Almanac. You must be a liar or just plain stupid. So, which is it?Egleton4.6 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The heat engine depends on a difference in temperature. The greater the difference the more powerful the engine.So far we still have ice at the poles; therefore as the planet warms the temperature difference increases: therefore we can expect more violent events.Enjoy.
Maggnus4.6 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.
Not all openly published.
Yes loon, they are. Show otherwise you freak of un-nature.antigoracle1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Wow, despite the "Science" being settled, not one of the AGW Cult's CO2 filled crystal balls saw this coming. So, the Chicken Littles take another gulp of the Kool Aid and come here to spew their ignorance.
gwrede4 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
"Midwest slipped back into winter, and Detroit recorded its snowiest season ever (see the photo)."Well, being from the North, I took a hard look at the photo and I see that there is not an ounce of snow in it. (And I'd expect everybody else from my latitudes to agree.)
The white stuff is frost. (To be exact, less than half an inch of it, too.) That means that (1) there has to be a lake nearby (2) this was taken in the fall when the lake was warm and a sudden cold front passed us last night.
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Please, a little less sloppiness and ignorance, if I may ask.Or, downright, a little less arrogance and cavalier attitude, thank you.
Indiana_Curmudgeon4.3 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
Cold in a regional area of the US, California had record high temps and the rest a fairly normal winter. More moisture in the air who wouldn't expect more snow?
RhoidSlayer1.4 / 5 (9)May 24, 2014
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment."
There was NEVER a consensus that the Earth was flat.
con·sen·susk?n'sens?s/nounnoun: consensus; plural noun: consensuses
general agreement."a consensus of opinion among judges"
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "... systematic study ..."
predictable , testable , reproducable .
as in one man's theory is anothers fancy , unless you have the science to prove it .astronomy predicted the return of a comet by discovering periodicity ,millenia later , math was discovered to support a theory .
what is a 'falling star' ? a consensus from the past .
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
"2013: Middle East experiences worst snow storm since 1953.13 Dec 2013"The worst snow storms since 1953 have caused chaos in Israel and the Palestinian territories and exacerbated an already severe crisis among Syrian refugees"http://www.telegr...ast.htmlThis is what winter is like in Ulaanbaatar, where I have been.http://www.themon...old.html
"Snow falls in VietnamUnusual weather strikes east Asia."Last updated: 16 Dec 2013 09:39Snow has fallen in Northern Vietnam for the first time in many years."http://www.aljaze...746.html
"Sub-zero arctic blast strikes US" January 6, 2014 2:01 AMhttp://news.yahoo...259.html
"REPORTS: Rare Ice, Snow Storm Halts Atlanta Traffic Through the Night"January 29, 2014; 9:01 PMhttp://www.accuwe...22639719
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
"Tropics Go Wintery! '... Northern Thailand Declared Cold Disaster Zone '... Snow In Vietnam '... In Turkey "Animals Literally Freeze Where They Stand"!http://notrickszo...shivers/The volume of sea ice in the Arctic is 50 percent higher than it was last fall, satellite measurements showhttp://www.alaska...percent/
PUBLISHED DECEMBER 26, 2013"Had the ship carrying the trio of explorers in 1912, the Aurora, gotten icebound the same way the M.V. Akademik Shokalskiy did, there would have been no rescue option and certain death.http://news.natio...tl_ot_w#
"Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt"December 13, 2013http://www.latime...nXhTlPFS
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
A small correction, if I may Eric....US deniers forget.Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.Tony Banton (AKA, runrig): Do the events outlined in the links below qualify last winter, 2013-14, as being "global"?
"It is really a rare occasion for Fort Peck to freeze completely over prior to Christmas'...."http://billingsga...156.html
"Thai government declares disaster zones as people are caught up in plummeting winter temperatures... of 15C"http://www.dailym...res.html
According to the Changrai Times the frost temperature was recorded at -1.4 degrees Celsius'....""During a weekly cabinet meeting today, members were briefed on plummeting temperatures in Thailand's upper parts and the villagers' lack of warm clothes and blankets.http://www.dailym...res.html"
"Ms Pornnapha said the weather this year was colder than last year." http://www.bangko...n-region
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice ve
RealityCheck: Could this below explain what you are babbling about? I sure hope so."The interaction between water temperature and salinity effects density and density determines thermohaline circulation, or the global conveyor belt. The global conveyor belt is a global-scale circulation process that occurs over a century-long time scale. Water sinks in the North Atlantic, traveling south around Africa, rising in the Indian Ocean or further on in the Pacific, then returning toward the Atlantic on the surface only to sink again in the North Atlantic starting the cycle again."
"As water travels through the water cycle, some water will become part of The Global Conveyer Belt and can take up to 1,000 years to complete this global circuit. It represents in a simple way how ocean currents carry warm surface waters from the equator toward the poles and moderate global climate." [The Global Conveyer Belt has suddenly stopped for several speculated reason in the past and caused dramatic and rapid climate changes always to the cold side; therefore, warm is preferable to cold any day]http://science.na...r-cycle/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
"North West Passage - ice levels alarming for transiting yachts'Comparison between 2012 and 2013' ."There are more pronounced ice 'choke-points' for vessels attempting a NW Passage than in recorded history. Seven vessels have been waiting around Lancaster Sound unable to navigate south nor west while other vessels in the Western Arctic have been delayed in reaching Cambridge Bay from ice in Amundsen Gulf."http://www.sail-w...kerCID=0
Churchill ice report and summer previewApril 19, 2014The Hudson Bay is packed solid with thick ice and seems to be supporting a healthy seal-feeding season for polar bears. Extreme cold and stormy weather has been pervasive throughout the region this year and should lead to a extended hunting season for bears on the ice surface. Here is the link of the most recent Hudson Bay ice chart from Environment Canada Ice Survey.http://churchillp...preview/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
"The scientists were reluctant to point directly to the cause of the striking changes in the climate. But the annual reports are typically used by the federal government to prepare for the future, and in June president Barack Obama used his climate address to direct government agenciesto begin planning for decades of warming atmosphere and rising seas."http://www.thegua...ntpage=1I guess NOAA is unaware of some facts; such as:Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%By CBC News | December 27, 2013 - 11:33 amhttp://www.alaska...percent/
Global Sea Ice Extent is 913,000 sq km above the 1981-2010 mean and is well above the one standard deviation mark.http://sunshineho...cketing/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
It appears that once in a while even this site, briefly, gets caught telling the truth."The winter of 2014 was cold in the U.S., of that there was no doubt. Subzero temperatures became the norm and heating bills skyrocketed. At the time, very few who experienced it were blaming it on global warming, but that may very well have been the cause anyway, Palmer suggests'--despite the fact that global temperatures haven't been rising lately."http://phys.org/n...er.html#
I wonder when NOAA will ever go back to telling the truth again like they use to before becoming a political tool."Noaa report says Arctic sea ice is disappearing at unprecedented paceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration climate study puts 2012 among the 10 warmest years on record"Tuesday 6 August 2013 20.30
Egleton4.3 / 5 (11)May 25, 2014
Nice try JD Swallow.The arctic sea ice volumes trend is still down, if you read your link.I see that the Thai story is 90 days old..Have a look at a view of our planet from space. See the thin layer of air? See the vast volume of water? Which do you think can hold the most heat? So why does everyone obsess about the temperature of the air?.I find no comfort in your links.
mooster754.6 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
Don't be silly. Sailors of all people knew the earth was at least curved, if not round. They were afraid of sailing too far from land because, prior to certain navigational advancements, losing sight of land meant you were lost.Maggnus4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
con·sen·sus k?n'sens?s/ noun: consensus; plural noun: consensuses:general agreement."a consensus of opinion among judges"
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
At least you got the definition right! You do, of course, have some support for your fictional claim that a concensus of sailers mutinied for "fear of sailing off it's(sic) edge"?as in one man's theory is anothers fancy , unless you have the science to prove it .astronomy predicted the return of a comet by discovering periodicity ,millenia later , math was discovered to support a theory .
what is a 'falling star' ? a consensus from the past .
A thing that is not known or not understood cannot, by definition, be the subject of "concensus". There was no consensus as to what a falling star was, however you might define the word. You are grasping at straws.Maggnus4.6 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
jdswallow = gish-gallop. 7 posts in a row, all of them containing quote mines and misrepresented data, combined with multiple claims of conspiracy. No wonder he and his ilk have become irrelevant to the conversation.
Captain Stumpy4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
You must be a liar or just plain stupid
@antigoracledidnt say I bought it FOR me, did I? Wife likes it... guess you wouldn't know about something like thatfor most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge
@RhoidSlayerActually, most sailors were aware that the earth was not "flat" (See mooster75 comments) which is where the "sailing off the edge" comes from. They knew the first visible part of a ship on the horizon was the masts, NOT the ships hull... they knew that the earth was curved from observation. You couldn't be a sailor very long and NOT observe this fact, which is why so many feared losing sight of land.jdswallow1 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
We are now in the sixth mass extinction with no signs of extinction rates dropping. Fish, land animals, etc. are reducing in numbers with many species falling to the point of no possible recovery, or only recovery if somehow humans could stop development.
nevermark : Are you sure about what you are saying? Where are your FACTS?
"The poison dart frog Ranitomeya amazonica is one of more than 1,200 new species of plants and vertebrates discovered in the Amazon rain forest between 1999 and 2009, the international conservation group WWF announced Tuesday in a new report highlighting the region's biodiversity.http://news.natio...ictures/
"NAGOYA, Aichi, Japan, October 26, 2010 (ENS) '' At least 1,200 new species have been discovered in the Amazon ecosystem, at an average rate of one every three days during the decade from 1999 through 2009, the global conservation organization WWF revealed today in a new report.This is a greater number of species than the combined total of new species found over a similar 10-year period in other areas of high biological diversity '' including Borneo, the Congo Basin and the Eastern Himalayas, WWF said in the report, "Amazon Alive!: A Decade of Discoveries 1999-2009."Presented to delegates from 193 countries at the UN Convention on Biodiversity in Nagoya, the WWF report details the discoveries of 39 mammals, 16 birds, 55 reptiles, 216 amphibians, 257 fish and 637 plants '' all new to science."http://www.ens-ne...-01.html
jdswallow1 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
jdswallow = gish-gallop. 7 posts in a row, all of them containing quote mines and misrepresented data, combined with multiple claims of conspiracy. No wonder he and his ilk have become irrelevant to the conversation.
Maggnus: Please take the time to point out what that is relevant to this conversation, or another, for that matter, in the last two post that you present when the topic is this:"(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014."
I doubt that you are able to discover the misinformation in just this short excerpt: "that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014." The truth would be nice to see in that it was more than just the northern part and started far longer ago than the first 4 months of 2014.
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
Nice try JD Swallow.The arctic sea ice volumes trend is still down, if you read your link.I see that the Thai story is 90 days old.
.I find no comfort in your links.
Egleton: Just how long do you think that record cold temperature can last in the tropics, where it is unusual until recently? At Doi Angkhang , Thailand there are prominently displayed photos of flowers with ice cycles on them that were taken in November 22, 2006, first time ever for that to happen.
The ocean has always held heat and as I explained to RealityCheck a few post down from yours, if you feel like learning something, for a change, you can bring up the links and read the information. How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"? Another proven point is that cold water absorbs CO2 while warm water gives it up and therefore the atmospheric additions of CO2 come up to 800 years after warming events in the climate. This also runs counter to warmest now claiming that the ocean is turning acidic. It is hard for them to keep their latest delusion straight. Believe what you want and what makes you happy & gives you comfort about your boogie man in the sky that has never been proven to have anything to do with the climate of today's earth.
runrig4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
pandora4real5 / 5 (4)May 25, 2014
That's really odd from a UK resident. In fact the UK winter was warmer and wetter than normal, quite warm in Scandinavia. It was just the reverse the last few years. That's what I had been wondering about. Do warm winters in higher latitudes push the polar vortex away resulting in a colder winter on the other side of it?
pandora4real5 / 5 (6)May 25, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
You accept your cup of coffee as a model for the ocean. Classic case of UCD. https://www.faceb...46853678
RealityCheck4 / 5 (8)23 hours ago
@jdswallow.RealityCheck, Could this below explain what you are babbling about? I sure hope so."The interaction between water temperature and salinity effects density and density determines thermohaline circulation, or the global conveyor belt. The global conveyor belt is a global-scale circulation process that occurs over a century-long time scale. Water sinks in the North Atlantic, traveling south around Africa, rising in the Indian Ocean or further on in the Pacific, then returning toward the Atlantic on the surface only to sink again in the North Atlantic starting the cycle again."
"As water travels through the water cycle, some water will become part of The Global Conveyer Belt and can take up to 1,000 years to complete this global circuit.
No, mate. What's the matter with you? It is about "weather", remember? Cold winter etc? Remember?How many dishonest Troll/Shill "strawmen" can you make and post in one day!
You evaded the point I made. Troll/Shill. Nasty.
jdswallow1.5 / 5 (8)21 hours ago
@jdswallow. Give it a rest, mate. You come across either as ignorant of basic convection/heat-exchange & transport geo-mechanisms and dynamics OR as a political/religious/mercenary 'shill' with your narrow-view 'picture' of what is happening GLOBALLY as a WHOLE dynamic system in transition to new patterns/equilibriums of both heat content and air/water flows/currents. If you've ever owned an old-fashioned 'ice-box', you would be able to understand how heat flows via 'convection' works to re-distribute heat. In that process, for as long as existing/additional heat loads exist, localized 'cold-spots' develop depending on obstructions/currents as the system is trying to 'equalize' heat distribution in overall materials/shapes/distributions involved. You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice versa
So, RealityCheck, all that you posted above was about "weather"? You sure could have fooled me with your double talking nonsense and then you allude to the fact that anyone that gives you valid facts that contest your delusional ideas; then they are a "troll". How many senseless, say nothing about anything, post can you make in one day?PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)21 hours ago
@jdswallow,At least 1,200 new species have been discovered in the Amazon ecosystem
Right, since we haven't yet discovered all the species out there, means species extinction rates aren't sky-high and accelerating:http://www.biolog..._crisis/
Quite some logic there, sparky.
Since you trolls appear incapable of reading links other people post (though you have quite a habit of flooding discussion threads with your own link noise...), I'll quote it for you:
Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural "background" rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we're now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day [1]. It could be a scary future indeed, with as many as 30 to 50 percent of all species possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century [2].
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)21 hours ago
"that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014." The truth would be nice to see in that it was more than just the northern part and started far longer ago than the first 4 months of 2014.
You might want to check out the links to charts runrig so dutifully and helpfully assembled for you (5 posts above, as I write this.) The truth *would* set you free, if you weren't so obviously scared to death of both freedom and truth...How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"?
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)20 hours ago
cold water absorbs CO2 while warm water gives it up
True, only when CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere aren't otherwise being driven by another source. With ever-more CO2 being added to the atmosphere through fossil fuel combustion, the absorption/sequestration by oceans is being overwhelmed by anthropogenic emissions. CO2 concentrations in [sea]water aren't just a function of the water's temperature; they're a function of the partial pressure of CO2 both in its dissolved phase and in the air column above the water. The two must balance.and therefore the atmospheric additions of CO2 come up to 800 years after warming events in the climate
There's no "therefore" here, because the current GW isn't naturally caused -- it's anthropogenic, therefore the 'A' in AGW -- and so this time around, CO2 precedes the warming.This also runs counter to warmest now claiming that the ocean is turning acidic.
Ocean acidification is a fact, and "runs counter" nothing.jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)20 hours ago
Notice how little white to blue Colder than ave there is in the NH.The USA copped the majority of the cold on offer in the NH this last winter.Which is what lies under the Polar vortex of course. It being centred over N Canada for the majority of the period.See how warm is Europe east through Russia to Alaska and also the Arctic.
Tony Banton (AKA, runrig):They all show a Zonal Mean of down, especially these two. Also note where the"Note: Gray areas signify missing data." is located. It is in the colder regions, naturally.There are exactly three weather stations used by GISS that are north of 80 degrees. Alert on Ellesmere Island is one of them. One other is a Russian station on Hayes Island in the Franz Josef Archipelago & it is getting cooler in the summer. The third is Nord on northern Greenland. It is getting warmer in all seasons.
GISS Surface Temperature Analysishttp://data.giss....;pol=rob
GISS Surface Temperature Analysishttp://data.giss....;pol=rob
I realize that Hansen has retired but this is the legacy that he left behind at GISS."Why Hansen Had To Corrupt The Temperature Record"http://stevengodd...-record/
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)20 hours ago
Quite some logic there, sparky.
Since you trolls appear incapable of reading links other people post (though you have quite a habit of flooding discussion threads with your own link noise...), I'll quote it for you:
Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural "background" rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we're now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day [1]. It could be a scary future indeed, with as many as 30 to 50 percent of all species possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century [2].
"GLOBAL WARMING AND LIFE ON EARTHGlobal warming presents the gravest threat to life on Earth in all of human history."
This above makes your site that you seem so proud of somewhat suspect, as well as what they maintain about the polar bears.In a joint press conference NOAA and NASA have just released data for the global surface temperature for 2013. In summary they both show that the 'pause' in global surface temperature that began in 1997, according to some estimates, continues.http://www.thegwp...ntinues/
"The iconic polar bear, fast losing the sea-ice habitat beneath its feet, has become a broadly recognized symbol of the harm global warming is causing in the fragile Arctic'..."http://www.biolog...dex.html
Global population of polar bears has increased by 2,650-5,700 since 2001http://polarbears...ce-2001/
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)20 hours ago
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
We are. You aren't. The polar bear populations are on the rise because they're a protected species since the 1970's, not because there's no warming. The long-term impacts on that species aren't slated to be happening today, or tomorrow, dimwit. The danger zone for that species is a century into the future. The trajectory, however, is unstoppable. But polar bears aren't the only species under threat. When climate changes significantly and abruptly, all kinds of species die off. That's part of what's causing the present, ongoing, and accelerating mass extinction. The other part being the stress put on natural habitats and ecosystems by human industrial, agricultural, and land-development activities -- including land use changes, pollution, transplantation of invasive species, water diversion and watershed landscape alteration, over-fishing, over-harvesting, monocultures, and so on and on and on.jdswallow1.8 / 5 (5)19 hours ago
The truth *would* set you free, if you weren't so obviously scared to death of both freedom and truth...
How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"?
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
The date was 11 August 1958 and the Skate had just become the first submarine to surface at the North Pole.http://www.navalh...th-pole/
1969: the SS Manhattan, a reinforced supertanker sent to test the viability of the passage for the transport of oil, made the passage. The route was deemed not to be cost effective.http://www.fcpnor...xplorers
Cache of historical Arctic sea ice maps discoveredArctic Sea ice data collected by DMI 1893-1961http://wattsupwit...covered/
It would be great if you could show some intelligence and not the normal alarmist mentality by refraining from the name calling when you know that the facts are not on your side.
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979; therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
AMUNDSEN EXPEDITION1. June 16, 1903http://www.pbs.or...-nf.html
"Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot'..."http://www.sott.n...gs-Melt-
"Not only did the Skate surface in virtually ice-free water at the North Pole, but the weather was mild enough that crewmen went out to chip a bit of ice off the sub's hull."http://www.ihatet...ubmarine
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979
jdswallow: please be advised that your 50% recovery claim only goes back to *last year*. Whereas longer-term trends are available starting in April 1979.refraining from the name calling
Why would I do that, when you work so hard for it, and so richly deserve it?therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
Logical people could go and Google it. There have been studies done, using various proxies, that reconstruct historical polar ice cover. Must I do it for you, or are you perhaps capable of doing the search on your own? Oh, whom am I kidding... Here you go, boobie:http://tamino.wor...tic-ice/
And in case you are incapable of following references (again, whom am I kidding?):
http://www.nature...581.htmlhttp://www.nature..._F3.html
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
We are. You aren't. The polar bear populations are on the rise because they're a protected species since the 1970's, not because there's no warming. The long-term impacts on that species aren't slated to be happening today, or tomorrow, dimwit. The danger zone for that species is a century into the future. The trajectory, however, is unstoppable. But polar bears aren't the only species under threat.PinkElephant: You really do not know what you prevaricate about, do you?"Harry Flaherty, chair of the Nunavut Wildlife Management Board in the capital of Iqaluit, says the polar bear population in the region, along the Davis Strait, has doubled during the past 10 years. He questions the official figures, which are based to a large extent on helicopter surveys.Forty years ago, old-timers living in the area around Hudson Bay were lucky to see a polar bear, Nirlungayuk says. "Now there are bears living as far south as James Bay."
"In the Western Hudson Bay area, where harvest quotas were reduced by 80 percent four years ago, communities are complaining about the number of polar bears. "Now people can look out the window and see as many as 20 polar bears at the ice-flow edge," Flaherty says."
Both Nirlungayuk and Flaherty ridicule media claims that the polar bear is threatened or on the verge of extinction.
Adds Flaherty: "At the end of the day, the King of the North will always be here. When we hear that polar bears are headed towards extinction, we just kind of smile at ourselves."http://www.examin...cals-say
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
You really do not know what you prevaricate about, do you?
Oh please, stop putting me upon such a pedestal. I could never live up to your level -- nor would I wish to.Both Nirlungayuk and Flaherty ridicule media claims that the polar bear is threatened or on the verge of extinction.
On the verge of extinction, they say? Ridiculous.Adds Flaherty: "At the end of the day, the King of the North will always be here. When we hear that polar bears are headed towards extinction, we just kind of smile at ourselves."
Of course, you won't be around to cry about it at the end of the century. But who cares to think long-term, when the end of a day is all that matters to dimwits the world over...PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
There have been studies done, using various proxies, that reconstruct historical polar ice cover. Must I do it for you, or are you perhaps capable of doing the search on your own? Oh, whom am I kidding... Here you go, boobie:
http://tamino.wor...tic-ice/
Whatever, PinkElephant, goes with proxies and discounts the actual Ice conditions in the immediate past that I presented you with, that is the way you lie your way around all of these subjects, like Mann & his hockey stick. You are certainly not bright enough or can think and imagine that even with your phony "proxies" that the earth is still coming out of the Little Ice Age or it would not have ended. When do you believe conditions were better, during the LIA or after the ice retreated and opened up land previously covered in ice? You are so naive & dumbstruck by your belief in this CO2 hoax that you will never understand the truth. Just what kind of a climate do you want, as though you have any control over it, al all, & if you did, what sacrifices would you make to achieve your utopia? I know that it would be the same type of hypocrisy that we see in other proponents of your hoax, such as Al Gore, and others who do not change one thing in their life style to change what you stupidly believe to be true.
Al Gore Leaves Car Runninghttp://www.newsma...EhwArsoA
http://www.time.c...5kOyyXfx
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
the actual Ice conditions in the immediate past that I presented you with
You're full of BS like that. Yes, in any given year there will be swings up and down -- in temperature, in ice cover, in precipitation, in whatever you want. The Russians have a term for ice-free areas of open water in the arctic - polynya - and that, particularly at the North Pole, would be usually caused by the wind and currents pushing the ice around (piling it up in some places, leaving open water in others.) You will cite examples of a cold snap here and there, or a warm spell here and there in the past, and *completely ignore* the *averages*. You will wax on and off about *outliers*, while remaining totally blind to the *trend*. You are a classic case study in pathological inability to see the forest for the trees.Just what kind of a climate do you want
One that is as stable as possible, and as close as possible to the Holocene climate optimum. Look it up, if you are capable (oh, whatever)Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
Maggnus: Please take the time to point out what that is relevant to this conversation, or another, for that matter, in the last two post that you present when the topic is this:"(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014."
In what you said? Nothing.PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)18 hours ago
what sacrifices would you make to achieve your utopia
I'd pay 5x more for electricity at home, and I'd pay 3x more for my car's fuel -- without a problem. My salary would more than allow that, and I'd suggest anyone whose salary isn't up to the task, needs to have a chat with their boss. I'd also prefer buying things made locally - because it'd be so much cheaper due to reduced transportation overhead (because of proper accounting of emissions), and I'd prefer buying things that last a long time rather than needing replacement every other month. I'd recycle much more, because it would actually be a lot more profitable for companies to use recycled materials than to extract/synthesize from scratch. I'd live closer to my work, get around more by walking and biking, and public transport; I'd move into a dwelling just big enough, with high-quality insulation and more efficient appliances... but I've already done those things. I'm also a very frugal and reluctant consumer.You?
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
PinkElephant: Not that anything that does not fit you delusional prevaricating narrative, but I lived in Alaska for 24 years and 14 of those years were above the Arctic Circle and have seen the various animals of the area while you can't even find it on a map. I know it goes beyond your poor ability to reason things out; but, why do you think that these temperatures for Alaska still stand as the all-time records?Alaska''80''62Jan. 23, 1971Prospect Creek Camp
Alaska10038June 27, 1915Fort Yukonhttp://www.infopl...html>
How about this one?The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced today that the record holder for the hottest temperature ever recorded on the planet had been changed. A record dating back to 1922 in El Azizia, Libya was deemed invalid and thus the honor now falls on a temperature recorded in Death Valley, California in 1913.http://www.examin...lifornia
Notice the dates, pe?
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
Tony Banton (AKA, runrig):
What do you think you prove by giving his name JDspreadsBS? Everyone here knows who he is dimbulb, he told us months ago and has never hid it.They all show a Zonal Mean of down, especially these two. Also note where the"Note: Gray areas signify missing data." is located. It is in the colder regions, naturally.
Oh, right, the "conspiracy".There are exactly three weather stations used by GISS that are north of 80 degrees. Alert on Ellesmere Island is one of them. One other is a Russian station on Hayes Island in the Franz Josef Archipelago & it is getting cooler in the summer. The third is Nord on northern Greenland. It is getting warmer in all seasons.
A lie. http://data.giss....ist.txt.Gish-galloping denialist claiming conspiracy. An ignoble loon.
Maggnus4.2 / 5 (5)18 hours ago
n a joint press conference NOAA and NASA have just released data for the global surface temperature for 2013. In summary they both show that the 'pause' in global surface temperature that began in 1997, according to some estimates, continues
A .64 dT C over the 1950 - 1981 average (where dT = change in temperature & C =Celsius) is a "pause"? Wow you are really taken in by the crap portrayed with sciency sounding words at that denialist site aren't you? Have you EVER tried to think for yourself? Rhetorical question of course.Global population of polar bears has increased by 2,650-5,700 since 2001When will you people ever deal with the truth?
Nice sound bite JDspreadsBS! Here is the ACTUAL truth! http://www.canadi...ears.aspCan you deal with that?
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)18 hours ago
why do you think that these temperatures for Alaska still stand as the all-time records...How about this one?
Oh, I don't know. Wait, could it be... because they are *outliers*? Naw it couldn't be, not possibly, not ever. 'cuz that'd mean basic fundamentals of statistics are actually worth something?Speaking of statistics, you wouldn't have happened to look up the *trends* for record highs and record lows, would you have? No, of course not. You're incapable. Here, I'll help you once again (why I keep doing it, is really beyond me):
https://www2.ucar...cross-us
That some hi-temp records in Alaska and elsewhere haven't been broken *yet*, is a fool's comfort.
http://www.skepti...ows.html
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
The date was 11 August 1958 and the Skate had just become the first submarine to surface at the North Pole.
Misrepresentation; from a crew member:"The Ice at the polar ice cap is an average of 6-8 feet thick, but with the wind and tides the ice will crack and open into large polynyas (areas of open water), these areas will refreeze over with thin ice. We had sonar equipment that would find these open or thin areas to come up through, thus limiting any damage to the submarine. The ice would also close in and cover these areas crushing together making large ice ridges both above and below the water. We came up through a very large opening in 1958 that was 1/2 mile long and 200 yards wide. The wind came up and closed the opening within 2 hours."
The truth (again, appallingly easy to find!) http://tamino.wor...mselves/
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979; therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
AMUNDSEN EXPEDITION1. June 16, 1903http://www.pbs.or...-nf.html
"Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot'..."http://www.sott.n...gs-Melt-
"Not only did the Skate surface in virtually ice-free water at the North Pole, but the weather was mild enough that crewmen went out to chip a bit of ice off the sub's hull."http://www.ihatet...ubmarine
More misrepresented quote mining, data mining and gish-gallop. "Logical people" use truth, not misrepresentations, to present evidence.Maggnus4.2 / 5 (5)17 hours ago
I know that it would be the same type of hypocrisy that we see in other proponents of your hoax, such as Al Gore, and others who do not change one thing in their life style to change what you stupidly believe to be true.
Al Gore Leaves Car Running
Aww boobie doesn't like some US politician! Isn't that cute, he is a denialist because he doesn't like Al Gore and the Republican party he represents. Maybe you should try accepting the science and use your political crybabying to help the Democrats win. Or the Tea Party. Or whoever.Denialists, so predictable. Science is against them, so it must be because US political figures say something.
RealityCheck3.9 / 5 (7)17 hours ago
@jdswallow.So, RealityCheck, all that you posted above was about "weather"? You sure could have fooled me with your double talking nonsense and then you allude to the fact that anyone that gives you valid facts that contest your delusional ideas; then they are a "troll". How many senseless, say nothing about anything, post can you make in one day?
No, mate. The CONTEXT my post was made in was your and others' mistakingly using 'cold events' as 'proof' that global warming is not so. I pointed out in my example 'ice box' that even as the warming 'ice' melts in an ice box due to heat load ingress, there are 'cold spots' formed in various 'spots' depending on where the cooled air is going as it makes its way from the ice to the other contents/location in/of the ice box.The point was: ice WARMING=cooled AIR; and 'colder winters' wherever colder AIR goes FROM the warmed ice because GW changes air flows/patterns EXTREMES.
Can you stop mercenary/political trolling/shilling now? :)
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)14 hours ago
Antarctica; Vanda Station, Scott Coast, Jan. 5, 1974 (59F):South Pole, Dec. 27, 1978, (7.5F).Highest average annual mean temperature (world): Dallol, Ethiopia (Oct. 1960 Dec. 1966), 94° F.Longest hot spell (world): Marble Bar, W. Australia, 100° F (or above) for 162 consecutive days, Oct. 30, 1923 to Apr. 7, 1924. Notice anything regarding the dates of these records? Anyone heard of the dust bowl & wasn't that in the 30shttp://www.infopl...375.htmlThis link shows the same records.http://www.worldf...emes.php
These records do change, such as in this instance.Consequently, the WMO assessment is that the official highest recorded surface temperature of 56.7°C (134°F) was measured on 10 July 1913 at Greenland Ranch (Death Valley), California, USA. Full details of the assessment are given in the on-line issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (http://dx.doi.org...0093.1).http://www.wmo.in..._en.html
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)14 hours ago
You will cite examples of a cold snap here and there, or a warm spell here and there in the past, and *completely ignore* the *averages*. You will wax on and off about *outliers*, while remaining totally blind to the *trend*. You are a classic case study in pathological inability to see the forest for the trees.
PinkElephant: This is exactly what I will do. I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever.
What follows are world record high temperatures: World (Africa) El Azizia, Libya; Sept. 13, 1922, (136F):North America (U.S.), Death Valley, Calif.; July 10, 1913 (134F);Asia; Tirat Tsvi, Israel, June 21, 1942, (129F):Australia ,Cloncurry, Queensland; Jan. 16, 1889 (128F):Europe, Seville, Spain,Aug. 4, 1881 (122F):South America, Rivadavia, Argentina; Dec. 11, 1905 (120F):Canada,Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada; July 5, 1937 (113F):Oceania;Tuguegarao, Philippines, April 29, 1912 (108F):Persian Gulf (sea-surface): Aug. 5, 1924 (96F):
PinkElephant4.3 / 5 (6)11 hours ago
You really are an epic failure at math, aren't you jdswallow? Never took any statistics, at all? Never even learned to calculate averages, to say nothing of standard deviations or any such thing?All right, if you insist on pursuing your retarded line of "reasoning", let's play that game:
http://en.wikiped...recorded
wait for it...
Captain Stumpy4.4 / 5 (7)11 hours ago
I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever
@jd hookerI cant believe you posted such a profoundly stupid statement!and with this comment you have shown that1- you have NO F'ing IDEA what the word AVERAGE means2- YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO GET AN AVERAGE3- you are clueless as to why a RISE in AVERAGE temperatures is a bad thing4- you have NO IDEA what climate is5- you have no idea about how the scientific method works6- you have no idea what you are talking about7- you have no idea what WE are talking about8- you are throwing SPAM out for TROLLING purposes9- you have the IQ of a rotten carrot shoved up the rear end of a roadkill rabbithere is a SIMPLE example:3+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7=66/10 =6.63+9+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5=52/10 =5.2NOW do you get it?now do you understand just how embarassingly stupid and profoundly idiotic your statement is?GLOBAL temps are based upon the AVERAGE of ALL temps, so an outlier is meaningless if the AVERAGE raises due to a LARGE NUMBER OF HIGH TEMP DAYS even if those temps never break the record! FFSPinkElephant4.2 / 5 (5)11 hours ago
Firstly, I do find these somewhat amusing:this temperature of 57.8 °C (136 °F), registered on September 13, 1922, is currently considered to have been a recorder's error).[81] Christopher C. Burt, the weather historian writing for Weather Underground who shepherded the Libya reading's 2012 disqualification, believes that the 1913 Death Valley reading is "a myth", and is at least four or five degrees Fahrenheit too high,[4] as do other weather historians Dr. Arnold Court and William Taylor Reid.[82] Burt proposes that the highest reliably recorded temperature on Earth is still at Death Valley, but is instead 53.9 °C (129 °F) recorded five times: 20 July 1960, 18 July 1998, 20 July 2005, 7 July 2007, and 30 June 2013.
On 16 January 1889, a temperature of 53 °C (128 °F) was recorded at Cloncurry, Queensland. It was measured with a non-standard thermometer, so it is unknown if this reading was valid or not.
But wait, there's more...PinkElephant4.3 / 5 (6)11 hours ago
So how about these outliers over here:Greenland 25.9 °C (78.6 °F) Maniitsoq 2013-07-30Japan 41.0 °C (105.8 °F) Shimanto, Kōchi 2013-08-12Austria 40.5 °C (104.9 °F) Bad Deutsch-Altenburg 2013-08-08Slovenia 40.8 °C (105.4 °F) Cerklje ob Krki 2013-08-08Germany 40.2 °C (104.4 °F) G¤rmersdorf bei Amberg / Karlsruhe / March (Breisgau) / Freiburg 1983-07-27 / 2003-08-09 / 2003-08-13 / 2013-07-27Morocco 49.6 °C (121.3 °F) Marrakech 2012-07-17Kuwait 53.6 °C (128.5 °F) Sulaibya 2012-07-31Czech Republic 40.4 °C (104.7 °F) DobÅichovice, Prague-West District 2012-08-20Moldova 42.4 °C(108.3 °F) Falesti 2012-08-07Montenegro 44.8 °C (112.6 °F) Podgorica & Danilovgrad 2007-08-16 & 2012-08-08Iraq 53.0 °C (127.4 °F) Ali Air Base, Nasiriyah 2011-08-03South Pole ''12.3 °C (9.9 °F) Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station 2011-12-25
I *could* go on... but golly gee willikers, don't you notice something about them thar dates? I mean, wowzers! Yowza! Auuuuuga! Hubba-hubba! Wheeeee-whoooieeee!Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)10 hours ago
PinkElephant: This is exactly what I will do. I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever.
What follows are world record high temperatures: World (Africa) El Azizia, Libya; Sept. 13, 1922, (136F):North America (U.S.), Death Valley, Calif.; July 10, 1913 (134F);Asia; Tirat Tsvi, Israel, June 21, 1942, (129F):Australia ,Cloncurry, Queensland; Jan. 16, 1889 (128F):Europe, Seville, Spain,Aug. 4, 1881 (122F):South America, Rivadavia, Argentina; Dec. 11, 1905 (120F):Canada,Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada; July 5, 1937 (113F):Oceania;Tuguegarao, Philippines, April 29, 1912 (108F):Persian Gulf (sea-surface): Aug. 5, 1924 (96F):
Cherry picking at its finest!Maggnus5 / 5 (3)2 hours ago
Which comments would those be?
You know, where they say that adding CO2 to the atmosphere will result in a greenhouse effect, causing the planet to warm. Have you come out of a coma recently?The ones were the scientists advocate that their study is the correct measure?
Maybe, hard to tell what you're trying to ask hereAnd when you say climate change is the reason, what exactly is the mechanism of implementation?
That's that "adding CO2" part again.To simply say that it is climate change and leave it at that is the same as publishing one of these ridiculous studies that refuse to analyze the actual underlying CAUSE of climate change and simply imply it is of human origins.
Oh you mean the "cause" as in adding giga-tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere thus increasing its greenhouse effect, thereby warming the climate and triggering climate change? Yea, seems to make sense.Javascript is currently disabled in your web browser. For full site functionality, it is necessary to enable Javascript. In order to enable it, please see these instructions.(C) Phys.org' 2003-2013, Science X network
Climate scientist proposes extremely cold 2014 winter link to global warmingMay 23, 2014 by Bob YirkaCredit: Larisa Koshkina/public domain
(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014.
The winter of 2014 was cold in the U.S., of that there was no doubt. Subzero temperatures became the norm and heating bills skyrocketed. At the time, very few who experienced it were blaming it on global warming, but that may very well have been the cause anyway, Palmer suggests'--despite the fact that global temperatures haven't been rising lately.
The western Pacific ocean, he suggests, is pulling heat in and holding on to it'--that's why global temperatures haven't been increasing. That heat in the ocean, he adds, resulted in the generation of more thunderstorms in the western Pacific, releasing heat into the atmosphere (and creating powerful typhoons). That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
Meteorologists generally agree that the cold weather wasn't due to it just being colder, it was because parts of the jet stream plunged south carrying arctic temperatures with it'--areas north of the jet stream are typically very cold, while those below it are warm. It was those same conditions that led to a very wet Europe as the jet stream wobbled back and forth, generating storms in the Atlantic, dropping massive amounts of water as the sea gave way to land.
Despite the cold winter, Palmer's theory doesn't suggest future cold winters will be the norm. Instead, he maintains, it was just a one-off'--El Ni±o is due, and it will almost certainly lead to a release of a lot of the heat the ocean has been holding onto, which would mean warmer winters are coming, not colder.
Interestingly, Palmer's theory results in the same outcome as another recent theory presented by Jennifer Francis of Rutgers University'--she believes cold snaps like the one this past winter are due to melting Arctic ice, leaving less heat reflected back into the atmosphere and thinning the jet stream and at times causing it to wobble. Others suggest global warming had nothing to do with the chilly winter'--it was just climate temperature variability, as happens now and then.
Explore further:Jet stream shift 'could prompt harsher winters'
More information: Record-breaking winters and global climate change, Science 23 May 2014: Vol. 344 no. 6186 pp. 803-804. DOI: 10.1126/science.1255147
AbstractJust when it looked like spring was arriving this year, the U.S. Midwest slipped back into winter, and Detroit recorded its snowiest season ever (see the photo). Has global warming gone into reverse, or could human emissions of greenhouse gases actually be responsible for this particular record being broken? Although the chances of cold winters can in general be expected to decrease with global warming, climate change linked to the particular circulation patterns that have prevailed in the past decade or so could have played an important role in this record-breaking winter.
Journal reference:Science
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thingumbobesquire2.2 / 5 (29)May 23, 2014
Now everything remarkably proves global warming. Misogynistic anti human science is lunacy.
OdinsAcolyte2.9 / 5 (19)May 23, 2014
That is not how heat transfer and thermodynamics work.
Gimp1.9 / 5 (23)May 23, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
Lino2351.9 / 5 (25)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is that there was a gigantic volcanic explosion last year in the Philipines, which explains "el nino" and which explains most of the near-term climate on the West Coast. The finest of the volcanic ash is floating around in the jet-stream and reflecting back the sun's heat.
The climate imbeciles strike again.
Z991.9 / 5 (20)May 23, 2014
I used to be fairly confident that increasing (and obviously anthropogenic) [CO'‚‚] must lead to global warming. I still think it is more likely than not. Its been well recognized (in the community) that particulates are "the big unknown" (as well as the response of soil and tundras) but now comes 17 years of "bad predictions", a real failure of their models and silly claims that warming causes cooling. THE major green house gas is water vapor. If our models are failing to predict the water/precipitation cycle, and its effects, then our models are crap. Anybody who claims that climate causes weather is not someone I have any interest in listening to. Someone who points out that climate "contributes to" weather is a moron. I wonder if our atmosphere "contributes to" the weather? Think I'll "do a study", then publish a piece on it...
TheGhostofOtto19232.2 / 5 (23)May 23, 2014
So maybe it will get hot enough to trigger the next ice age.
sirchick2.9 / 5 (17)May 23, 2014
The amount of times here in the UK weather is predicted half a year before it arrives and has become true is so far: 0.
We get predicted hot summers, wet summers, cold winters, warm winters. Every time they make these predictions its the complete opposite!
If they would just stop publicly announcing until they are actually getting accurate results then people would probably start to listen.
Tangent24.1 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
rockwolf10003.8 / 5 (20)May 23, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
I would suggest that your brain has been wired incorrectly.
Maggnus3.5 / 5 (19)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
Perhaps the underlying cause is already being studied, and perhaps we should consider the comments of the experts studying the causes that the commonality between the differing aspects is the changing climate.
Captain Stumpy4.2 / 5 (24)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is
@Lino235, @gimp et al,
the simplest explanation would be
That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
which was predicted here
http://qz.com/163...n-worse/and is based upon the SCIENCE int the video on the link above which was and has been debated for YEARS, and has been studied in detail since AT LEAST 1988
http://www.scienc...0674cf8f .
you can learn more about jet streams here: http://www.scienc...0674cf8f
Moebius3.6 / 5 (18)May 23, 2014
Why do people think that the weather will go quietly into climate change and warming? It won't go quietly into a new, increasingly warmer climate. It will react to change just like most living things do. It will only go kicking and screaming.
Tangent21.5 / 5 (15)May 23, 2014
Both studies point to the same underlying cause but argue about how that cause was brought about. Both studies seem to indicate that it is the changes in the jet stream that have brought about the unusually cold weather. Perhaps we should be focusing on this aspect a bit more to determine the underlying cause.
Perhaps the underlying cause is already being studied, and perhaps we should consider the comments of the experts studying the causes that the commonality between the differing aspects is the changing climate.Which comments would those be? The ones were the scientists advocate that their study is the correct measure? And when you say climate change is the reason, what exactly is the mechanism of implementation? To simply say that it is climate change and leave it at that is the same as publishing one of these ridiculous studies that refuse to analyze the actual underlying CAUSE of climate change and simply imply it is of human origins.
EWH1.9 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
He is proposing in effect a negative feedback. Warming predictions rely on a presumption of positive feedback increasing the effects of CO2 by hundreds of percent. If negative feedback in fact dominates, then the projections of warming are overstated by an even higher factor. The relatively high stability of climate outside ice age-to- interglacial period shifts indicates that negative feedbacks dominate except when transitioning from one period to the other, and prevent runaway warming or cooling.
TheGhostofOtto19233 / 5 (10)May 23, 2014
So maybe it will get hot enough to trigger the next ice age.
I swear none of you has any sense of humor whatsoever. That really cracks me up like an Antarctic ice sheet.
jdswallow2.2 / 5 (17)May 23, 2014
Farmers' Almanac More Reliable Than Warming Climate ModelsBad Science: It turns out that a 200-year-old publication for farmers beats climate-change scientists in predicting this year's harsh winter as the lowly caterpillar beats supercomputers that can't even predict the past.Last fall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) predicted above-normal temperatures from November through January across much of the continental U.S. The Farmers' Almanac, first published in 1818, predicted a bitterly cold, snowy winter.The Maine-based Farmers' Almanac's still-secret methodology includes variables such as planetary positions, sunspots, lunar cycles and tidal action. It claims an 80% accuracy rate, surely better than those who obsess over fossil fuels and CO2.The winter has stayed cold in 2014, and snowfall and snow cover are way above average. USA Today reported on Feb. 14 that there was snow on the ground in part of every state except Florida. That includes Hawaii.
jdswallow2 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
which was predicted here http://qz.com/163...n-worse/
Here are some FACTS & that is something MR Stumpy will not deal in.
North West Passage blocked with ice - yachts caught
http://www.sail-w...t/113788April 19, 2014The Hudson Bay is packed solid with thick ice and seems to be supporting a healthy seal-feeding season for polar bears. Extreme cold and stormy weather has been pervasive throughout the region this year and should lead to a extended hunting season for bears on the ice surface. Here is the link of the most recent Hudson Bay ice chart from Environment Canada Ice Survey.http://churchillp...preview/
PinkElephant4.5 / 5 (16)May 23, 2014
@OdinsAcolyte,
That is not how heat transfer and thermodynamics work.
I take it you're a fan of physics. Then you ought to be familiar with the basic thinking behind conservation laws.
Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all? Probably not. Probably, some other air from elsewhere has to move up into the arctic, to take place of the air that departed. Where do you think that replacement air would come from? Since it wasn't in the Arctic before, probably from more southern latitudes, right? Meaning, it might be relatively warmer than the air that left the Arctic, right?
So let's look at *global averages* -- rather than regional swings. What's the net global effect?
http://www.ncdc.n...1404.gif
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 23, 2014
That infusion of heat, he continues, caused ripples to form in the jet stream, and it was those ripples that caused the cold weather in the northern U.S.
which was predicted here
http://qz.com/163...n-worse/]http://qz.com/163...n-worse/[/url]
This is how MR. Stumpy's "informative" piece begins."In fact, despite the trolling of Donald Trump and other climate change deniers, global warming is probably contributing to the record cold, as counter-intuitive as that may seem. The key factor is a feedback mechanism of climate change known as Arctic amplification. Here's how to explain the nuts and bolts of it to your under-informed family and friends:(Notice the key words, probably contributing)Snow and ice are disappearing from the Arctic region at unprecedented rates, leaving behind relatively warmer open water, which is much less reflective to incoming sunlight than ice. That, among other factors, is causing the northern polar region of our planet to warm at a faster rate than the rest of the northern hemisphere. (And, just to state the obvious, global warming describes a global trend toward warmer temperatures, which doesn't preclude occasional cold-weather extremes.)"http://qz.com/163...n-worse/]http://qz.com/163...n-worse/[/url]
No way could this site be biased and just what Mr. Stumpy likes to hear, is there?
TechnoCreed4.2 / 5 (15)May 23, 2014
And, of course, the simplest explanation for the phenomena is...
...to take a look at the global situation. Because a picture is worth a thousand words ;-)
http://www.ncdc.n...1402.gifPinkElephant4.1 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
I also like this one (doesn't talk about record temps, but rather just shows mean departures from the 1950-1980 baseline):
http://data.giss....;pol=reg
An interesting thing to note: the graph beneath the world map, shows 'zonal' departures from baseline. It's rather obvious that everything above 60 degrees north is stupidly warmer than the norm. Notably, that's during the *winter* -- when the north gets the least (if any!) sunlight. But of course, to the deniers it's all about the sun, or cosmic rays, or fairies, or salary, or whatever...
One can play around to achieve different types of plots like the one above, by starting at this landing page:
http://data.giss....mp/maps/
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (12)May 23, 2014
Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all?
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
PinkElephant: I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.The Great Blizzard of 1888, which struck the American Northeast, became the most famous weather event in history. The ferocious storm caught major cities by surprise in mid-March, paralyzing transportation, disrupting communication, and isolating millions of people.It is believed at least 400 people died as a result of the storm. And the "Blizzard of '88" became iconic.http://history180...1888.htm THE WINTER OF 1886''1887 WAS HARD ON TH
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (11)May 23, 2014
Say a huge mass of cold polar air -- dubbed the "Arctic Vortex" -- makes its way from the arctic down south. Does it leave a giant vacuum behind, unfilled by anything at all?
So one more time, what about heat transfer, thermodynamics, or anything else you might want to bring up?
PinkElephant: I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.The Great Blizzard of 1888, which struck the American Northeast, became the most famous weather event in history. The ferocious storm caught major cities by surprise in mid-March, paralyzing transportation, disrupting communication, and isolating millions of people.It is believed at least 400 people died as a result of the storm. And the "Blizzard of '88" became iconic.http://history180...1888.htm
THE WINTER OF 1886''1887 WAS HARD ON THE WEST, ESPECIALLY MONTANA. Following a series of early November blizzards, a 10-day storm blew in on January 9, 1887. Sixteen inches of snow fell in as many hours, and temperatures dropped to 46 below zero. Cattle froze to death while standing upright and ranch hands perished in vain attempts to rescue stock.http://www.bigsky...887.html
PinkElephant4.2 / 5 (10)May 23, 2014
@jdswallow,
I'm sure not spamming isn't your forte. But you ought to at least try it on, every now and again...
I'm sure that you can give me a sensible answer about where YOUR jet stream was when these historical winters occurred & will be able to explain what CO2 had to do with these historical events.
I'll try to disabuse you of any delusions with respect to my own humble person. I do not own the Earth's jet streams. I'm not in the possession of even one single puny little personal pocket jet stream. I am not the deity you were looking for...
As to historical blizzards, nobody knows what the jet stream was doing back then, because nobody was around to measure it. I don't see what relevance any of that has to anything, other than perhaps to emphasize that winters in general used to be a lot harsher than they are now. What is today billed as an unusually cold winter season, would have been run-of-the-mill ho-hum non-event a century ago...
Captain Stumpy4 / 5 (13)May 23, 2014
No way could this site be biased and just what Mr. Stumpy likes to hear
@jdHooker
and so we continue to see that jd hooker still hasn't learned to read. did you miss the whole next sentence hooker-boy?
the SCIENCE int the video on the link
I specified the video for a reason
Great Blizzard of 1888
attempt at misdirection as well as sowing FUD
LEARN SOME SCIENCE, tinkerbelle.
you've already established that you believe in the farmers almanac (who also publishes the horoscope) so at this point, if you cannot specify a relevant argument, you'll be regarded as nothing but a troll... what is that old phrase? even a broken clock is correct twice a day?
I don't know why I bother even replying to you, as now you will flood us with irrelevant BS, much like Rygg, just stupider.
thanks for proving that you can't (or more likely WON'T) learn
Egleton4.3 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
All the world is in the Northern Hemisphere, according to the Yanks.Perhaps that is where they got the Turtle model from.Adelaide hovered around 50C in December. What cold? It was not cold, it was stinking hot.
EnricM4.7 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
I used to be fairly confident that increasing (and obviously anthropogenic) [CO'‚‚] must lead to global warming. I still think it is more likely than not. Its been well recognized (in the community) that particulates are "the big unknown" (as well as the response of soil and tundras) but now comes 17 years of "bad predictions", a real failure of their models and silly claims that warming causes cooling.
Just a little correction: It was cool in the USA and Canada. In Europe there were the WARMEST WINTER AND SPRING ON RECORD. Read it again, slowly. How do I know it? Well, I am writing this from Holland.
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
EnricM4 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
All the world is in the Northern Hemisphere, according to the Yanks.Perhaps that is where they got the Turtle model from.Adelaide hovered around 50C in December. What cold? It was not cold, it was stinking hot.
Worse: All the World is in the USA, here in Holland,Europe we reached the 20C in February and stood around 15C during the rest of the winter (being the normal temperatures below 0).
But hey, who are we to tell the yanks what was happening in the rest of the world? If it's cold in the fridge of a guy in Texas it has to be cold in the rest of the world. I wish them good luck if they decide to visit the Sahara in Anorak ;)
runrig4 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
A small correction, if I may Eric....
US deniers forget.
Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.
jdswallow2.1 / 5 (15)May 24, 2014
thanks for proving that you can't (or more likely WON'T) learn
I thank you, Mr. Stumpy, for providing a post that sums up the IQ and the intelligence of the typical anthropogenic global warming alarmist. You present a great view into the depths of the mind of the agw alarmist and, if I might use a metaphor, that if depths of your mind were like a pond, one would not get their feet wet stepping into said body of water. You will never understand that the Farmer's Almanac, using whatever method they do, such as which way do dogs turn before they lay down or the strips on a wooly worm, provide them with better out comes than what NOAA predicted using computers that were fed the same sort of biased information you love to use in your links. NOAA use to be a very good scientific based organization before they got taken over by folks who, like you, have an agenda to promote.
"Last fall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) predicted above-normal temperatures from November through January across much of the continental U.S. The Farmers' Almanac, first published in 1818, predicted a bitterly cold, snowy winter." So Mr. Stumpy, who was right?
jdswallow2.1 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
"The Norse arrived in Greenland 1,000 years ago and became very well established," says Schweger, describing the Viking farms and settlements that crowded the southeast and southwest coasts of Greenland for almost 400 years.
http://www.folio..../03.html"Evidence of Viking Outpost Found in CanadaSharpeners may be smoking guns in quest for New World's second Viking site.Archaeologists have long known that Viking seafarers set sail for the New World around A.D. 1000. A popular Icelandic saga tells of the exploits of Leif Eriksson, a Viking chieftain from Greenland who sailed westward to seek his fortune. According to the saga, Eriksson stopped long enough on Baffin Island to walk the coast'--named Helluland, an Old Norse word meaning "stone-slab land"'--before heading south to a place he called Vinland."http://news.natio...utherlan
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.
Tony Banton: Don't you remember all of the time and energy that folks like you have expended trying to suggest that the RWP, MWP & the LIA were confined to northern Europe because you can't explain how they occurred without the influence of your devil in the sky that you have never seen but just know he is there, CO2.
I do not want to be anything even remotely like Mr. Stumpy and just post total nonsense; so, will provide a couple of links that prove that there were warmer times on Greenland and in N.Canada.
Climate change killed off Viking settlement on Greenlandhttp://www.eartht...and/942/Norse ruins at Brattahlid.http://www.greenl...tory.htm
jdswallow1.9 / 5 (14)May 24, 2014
As to historical blizzards, nobody knows what the jet stream was doing back then, because nobody was around to measure it. I don't see what relevance any of that has to anything, other than perhaps to emphasize that winters in general used to be a lot harsher than they are now.
"Weaker zonal wind speeds favor slower moving Rossby waves, which leads to more persistent weather patterns" ; or is it "polar vortexes" now after last winter that would not seem to end? It doesn't appear that there was a very persistent pattern in North and South Dakota in 1936 when both the record high and record low temperatures that still hold were set.
Please take note of the information given below and then tell me about drastic shifts in the climate like some want to maintain.I would certainly hope that they are able to notice the year that these records were set.
In Steele, North Dakota on July 6, 1936 the record HIGH Temperature for the state was 121'° F.In Parshall, N. Dakota on Feb. 15, 1936 the record LOW Temperature for the state was -60'°F.In GANN VALLEY, South Dakota on July 5, 1936 the record Maximum Temperature for the state was 120°FIn MC INTOSH, South Dakota on February 17, 1936 the record Minimum Temperature for the state was -58°Fhttp://www.ncdc.n.../records
As Thomas Huxley famously stated: "The great tragedy in science: the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact."
orti1.4 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
Makes perfect sense -- to a warming monger.
Rustybolts1.7 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
Nope, not enough ripples.
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
The positioning of the cold/air mass causes the formation of the Polar jet-stream .... and the Polar jet stream causes the positioning of the air masses.
It is chicken v egg - which comes first?
A jet is created by the warm/cold being side by side. The gretaer the contrast over a a shorter distance governs its strength ( warm/cold gradient>density gradient>pressure gradient>wind>Coriolis>jet)
Put simply though, a push from either the warm side of the jet north or a push from the cold side south will cause the jet to move in that location of the hemisphere. The two often come side by side.
Notable cold spells in W Europe and the E states are often caused by a WEAKENING in the Polar vortex. This happens first in the Strat when warm air is injected into the vortex there. A v cold vortex is hard/impossible to shift often (this last winter). As warmer air aloft reverses the winds there (to E'ly) this wind regime filters down to the Trop and reverses winds there, generating a -ve AO (HP).
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
Cont
Highs have divergent winds at the surface and with air sinking in the HP zone it has to go somewhere - so it pushes south. This push south will mean that the jet upstream has to go north - so reinforcing the "wriggle". Then the jet can become "locked" in a stationary position as the dynamics balance out in the trough/ridge train around the globe.
The very strong Polar vortex over N Canada this last winter had much different beginnings. Warm air was never able to intrude. It just got colder ( in the Strat ) and slowly moved to become quasi-stationary over N Canada.I do not know the causes of this - I do know though that it was not the cold air in the Trop that was giving the "push" - for the reasons I've outlined. The winds in the Vortex were convergent (LP) - so the Jet must have been given a push N from downstream causing the jet to move anomalously north over Alaska/Siberia (which it did) and then diving down E of the Rockies.
runrig4.2 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
Makes perfect sense -- to a warming monger.
No it makes perfect sense if you understand Meteorology.
I do.
Captain Stumpy4.2 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
You will never understand that the Farmer's Almanac, using whatever method they do
@jdmoron the illiterate hooker
the farmers almanac says they use sunspot activity, historical data, moon phase, tidal action and a complicated algorithm created by David Young
http://www.farmer...recasts/the farmers almanac is as accurate as any other psychic phenomenon, and it's followers are also similar in that they are likely ready to support all successes as well as justify the failures. It is fascinating that you would also put such stock in its predictions. Guess that says a lot about your mentality: NOT SCIENTIFIC nor able to comprehend the scientific method
this is why you cannot fathom nor comprehend NOAA and modern science. it involves things that scare you, like physics.
thanks for supporting my previous assumptions about your mental capacityyou are nothing more than a trolling spammer with the mental capacity of a 13 y/o hormonal schizophrenic in a coma
Captain Stumpy4.3 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
using whatever method they do, such as which way do dogs turn before they lay down or the strips on a wooly worm, provide them with better out comes
@jd illiterate hooker
one last parting shot: in the last ten years, I have lived in the mountains and I've bought the almanac every year. I also compare results to NOAA which I track daily. the results so far:
ACCURACY (short term= next 3 days, long term= more than 3 days)
Almanac - 0% short term forecast, 22% long term
NOAA - 100% short term forecast, 75% long term
this is accuracy tracked over the last ten years specific to my area. the accuracy of the published articles fares roughly the same (especially the dog's turning direction before laying down, which is dependent upon the dog, the environment and more factors). Your belief is the key to its success, as well as its ability to put $$$ for PR and the old timers handing faith down like herpes... or religion.
RhoidSlayer1.3 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
is climate science math or a rorschach test ?
CONSENSUS was the earth was flat .
Maggnus4.5 / 5 (13)May 24, 2014
is climate science math or a rorschach test ?
CONSENSUS was the earth was flat .
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment."
There was NEVER a consensus that the Earth was flat.
antigoracle1.8 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Me thinks Mother Earth must be going through menopause.
nevermark4.2 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Everything changes climate. Climate is always changing. So its not the least bit surprising that quickly increasing the CO2 in the atmosphere is having an effect. The primary problem is not that climate is changing as usual, but that it is changing faster than usual. When that happens ecosystems get damaged and take a long time (much longer than human generations) to recover.
We are now in the sixth mass extinction with no signs of extinction rates dropping. Fish, land animals, etc. are reducing in numbers with many species falling to the point of no possible recovery, or only recovery if somehow humans could stop development.
nevermark4 / 5 (9)May 24, 2014
There is no name calling in the scientific paper being quoted above, only in some of the comments that follow. This paper is just a humble step in the search for knowledge, like every other paper. The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.
Valid disagreement or agreement, if any here are have enough expertise to make that call, would not need to be disrespectful to the paper or its authors.
ryggesogn21.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.
Not all openly published.
Shootist1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
"Generally speaking, I'm much more of a conformist, but it happens I have strong views about climate because I think the majority is badly wrong, and you have to make sure if the majority is saying something that they're not talking nonsense." - Freeman Dyson
RealityCheck3.8 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
@jdswallow. Give it a rest, mate. You come across either as ignorant of basic convection/heat-exchange & transport geo-mechanisms and dynamics OR as a political/religious/mercenary 'shill' with your narrow-view 'picture' of what is happening GLOBALLY as a WHOLE dynamic system in transition to new patterns/equilibriums of both heat content and air/water flows/currents. If you've ever owned an old-fashioned 'ice-box', you would be able to understand how heat flows via 'convection' works to re-distribute heat. In that process, for as long as existing/additional heat loads exist, localized 'cold-spots' develop depending on obstructions/currents as the system is trying to 'equalize' heat distribution in overall materials/shapes/distributions involved. You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice versa
antigoracle1.5 / 5 (12)May 24, 2014
in the last ten years, I have lived in the mountains and I've bought the almanac every year. I also compare results to NOAA which I track daily. the results so far:ACCURACY (short term= next 3 days, long term= more than 3 days)Almanac - 0% short term forecast, 22% long termNOAA - 100% short term forecast, 75% long term
-- Cap'n Stunty
Wow, despite their abysmal record you continue to purchase the Almanac. You must be a liar or just plain stupid. So, which is it?
Egleton4.6 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The heat engine depends on a difference in temperature. The greater the difference the more powerful the engine.So far we still have ice at the poles; therefore as the planet warms the temperature difference increases: therefore we can expect more violent events.Enjoy.
Maggnus4.6 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
The scientists conclusions and their rationale are openly published precisely so they can both be vetted by others.
Not all openly published.
Yes loon, they are. Show otherwise you freak of un-nature.
antigoracle1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
Wow, despite the "Science" being settled, not one of the AGW Cult's CO2 filled crystal balls saw this coming. So, the Chicken Littles take another gulp of the Kool Aid and come here to spew their ignorance.
gwrede4 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
"Midwest slipped back into winter, and Detroit recorded its snowiest season ever (see the photo)."
Well, being from the North, I took a hard look at the photo and I see that there is not an ounce of snow in it. (And I'd expect everybody else from my latitudes to agree.)
The white stuff is frost. (To be exact, less than half an inch of it, too.) That means that (1) there has to be a lake nearby (2) this was taken in the fall when the lake was warm and a sudden cold front passed us last night.
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Please, a little less sloppiness and ignorance, if I may ask.Or, downright, a little less arrogance and cavalier attitude, thank you.
Indiana_Curmudgeon4.3 / 5 (6)May 24, 2014
Cold in a regional area of the US, California had record high temps and the rest a fairly normal winter. More moisture in the air who wouldn't expect more snow?
RhoidSlayer1.4 / 5 (9)May 24, 2014
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment."
There was NEVER a consensus that the Earth was flat.
con·sen·susk?n'sens?s/nounnoun: consensus; plural noun: consensuses
general agreement."a consensus of opinion among judges"
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
Oh it's definitely science, as in: "... systematic study ..."
predictable , testable , reproducable .
as in one man's theory is anothers fancy , unless you have the science to prove it .astronomy predicted the return of a comet by discovering periodicity ,millenia later , math was discovered to support a theory .
what is a 'falling star' ? a consensus from the past .
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
"2013: Middle East experiences worst snow storm since 1953.
13 Dec 2013
"The worst snow storms since 1953 have caused chaos in Israel and the Palestinian territories and exacerbated an already severe crisis among Syrian refugees"
http://www.telegr...ast.htmlThis is what winter is like in Ulaanbaatar, where I have been.http://www.themon...old.html
"Snow falls in VietnamUnusual weather strikes east Asia."Last updated: 16 Dec 2013 09:39Snow has fallen in Northern Vietnam for the first time in many years."http://www.aljaze...746.html
"Sub-zero arctic blast strikes US" January 6, 2014 2:01 AMhttp://news.yahoo...259.html
"REPORTS: Rare Ice, Snow Storm Halts Atlanta Traffic Through the Night"January 29, 2014; 9:01 PMhttp://www.accuwe...22639719
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
"Tropics Go Wintery! '... Northern Thailand Declared Cold Disaster Zone '... Snow In Vietnam '... In Turkey "Animals Literally Freeze Where They Stand"!
http://notrickszo...shivers/The volume of sea ice in the Arctic is 50 percent higher than it was last fall, satellite measurements showhttp://www.alaska...percent/
PUBLISHED DECEMBER 26, 2013"Had the ship carrying the trio of explorers in 1912, the Aurora, gotten icebound the same way the M.V. Akademik Shokalskiy did, there would have been no rescue option and certain death.http://news.natio...tl_ot_w#
"Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt"December 13, 2013http://www.latime...nXhTlPFS
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (11)May 24, 2014
Most of you guys always forget that there is "Global" in "Global Warming".
A small correction, if I may Eric....US deniers forget.Yep, the clue is indeed in the G word.Tony Banton (AKA, runrig): Do the events outlined in the links below qualify last winter, 2013-14, as being "global"?
"It is really a rare occasion for Fort Peck to freeze completely over prior to Christmas'...."http://billingsga...156.html
"Thai government declares disaster zones as people are caught up in plummeting winter temperatures... of 15C"http://www.dailym...res.html
According to the Changrai Times the frost temperature was recorded at -1.4 degrees Celsius'....""During a weekly cabinet meeting today, members were briefed on plummeting temperatures in Thailand's upper parts and the villagers' lack of warm clothes and blankets.http://www.dailym...res.html"
"Ms Pornnapha said the weather this year was colder than last year." http://www.bangko...n-region
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 24, 2014
You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice ve
RealityCheck: Could this below explain what you are babbling about? I sure hope so."The interaction between water temperature and salinity effects density and density determines thermohaline circulation, or the global conveyor belt. The global conveyor belt is a global-scale circulation process that occurs over a century-long time scale. Water sinks in the North Atlantic, traveling south around Africa, rising in the Indian Ocean or further on in the Pacific, then returning toward the Atlantic on the surface only to sink again in the North Atlantic starting the cycle again."
"As water travels through the water cycle, some water will become part of The Global Conveyer Belt and can take up to 1,000 years to complete this global circuit. It represents in a simple way how ocean currents carry warm surface waters from the equator toward the poles and moderate global climate." [The Global Conveyer Belt has suddenly stopped for several speculated reason in the past and caused dramatic and rapid climate changes always to the cold side; therefore, warm is preferable to cold any day]http://science.na...r-cycle/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
"North West Passage - ice levels alarming for transiting yachts
'Comparison between 2012 and 2013' .
"There are more pronounced ice 'choke-points' for vessels attempting a NW Passage than in recorded history. Seven vessels have been waiting around Lancaster Sound unable to navigate south nor west while other vessels in the Western Arctic have been delayed in reaching Cambridge Bay from ice in Amundsen Gulf."http://www.sail-w...kerCID=0
Churchill ice report and summer previewApril 19, 2014The Hudson Bay is packed solid with thick ice and seems to be supporting a healthy seal-feeding season for polar bears. Extreme cold and stormy weather has been pervasive throughout the region this year and should lead to a extended hunting season for bears on the ice surface. Here is the link of the most recent Hudson Bay ice chart from Environment Canada Ice Survey.http://churchillp...preview/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
"The scientists were reluctant to point directly to the cause of the striking changes in the climate. But the annual reports are typically used by the federal government to prepare for the future, and in June president Barack Obama used his climate address to direct government agenciesto begin planning for decades of warming atmosphere and rising seas."
http://www.thegua...ntpage=1I guess NOAA is unaware of some facts; such as:Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%By CBC News | December 27, 2013 - 11:33 amhttp://www.alaska...percent/
Global Sea Ice Extent is 913,000 sq km above the 1981-2010 mean and is well above the one standard deviation mark.http://sunshineho...cketing/
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (10)May 25, 2014
It appears that once in a while even this site, briefly, gets caught telling the truth.
"The winter of 2014 was cold in the U.S., of that there was no doubt. Subzero temperatures became the norm and heating bills skyrocketed. At the time, very few who experienced it were blaming it on global warming, but that may very well have been the cause anyway, Palmer suggests'--despite the fact that global temperatures haven't been rising lately."http://phys.org/n...er.html#
I wonder when NOAA will ever go back to telling the truth again like they use to before becoming a political tool."Noaa report says Arctic sea ice is disappearing at unprecedented paceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration climate study puts 2012 among the 10 warmest years on record"Tuesday 6 August 2013 20.30
Egleton4.3 / 5 (11)May 25, 2014
Nice try JD Swallow.The arctic sea ice volumes trend is still down, if you read your link.I see that the Thai story is 90 days old..Have a look at a view of our planet from space. See the thin layer of air? See the vast volume of water? Which do you think can hold the most heat? So why does everyone obsess about the temperature of the air?.I find no comfort in your links.
mooster754.6 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
Don't be silly. Sailors of all people knew the earth was at least curved, if not round. They were afraid of sailing too far from land because, prior to certain navigational advancements, losing sight of land meant you were lost.Maggnus4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
con·sen·sus k?n'sens?s/ noun: consensus; plural noun: consensuses:general agreement."a consensus of opinion among judges"
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge .
At least you got the definition right! You do, of course, have some support for your fictional claim that a concensus of sailers mutinied for "fear of sailing off it's(sic) edge"?
as in one man's theory is anothers fancy , unless you have the science to prove it .astronomy predicted the return of a comet by discovering periodicity ,millenia later , math was discovered to support a theory .
what is a 'falling star' ? a consensus from the past .
A thing that is not known or not understood cannot, by definition, be the subject of "concensus". There was no consensus as to what a falling star was, however you might define the word. You are grasping at straws.
Maggnus4.6 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
jdswallow = gish-gallop. 7 posts in a row, all of them containing quote mines and misrepresented data, combined with multiple claims of conspiracy. No wonder he and his ilk have become irrelevant to the conversation.
Captain Stumpy4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
You must be a liar or just plain stupid
@antigoracle
didnt say I bought it FOR me, did I? Wife likes it... guess you wouldn't know about something like that
for most of the mans existance , the earth was "flat as far as the eye could see" , and men mutinied in fear of sailing off it's edge
@RhoidSlayer
Actually, most sailors were aware that the earth was not "flat" (See mooster75 comments) which is where the "sailing off the edge" comes from. They knew the first visible part of a ship on the horizon was the masts, NOT the ships hull... they knew that the earth was curved from observation. You couldn't be a sailor very long and NOT observe this fact, which is why so many feared losing sight of land.
jdswallow1 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
We are now in the sixth mass extinction with no signs of extinction rates dropping. Fish, land animals, etc. are reducing in numbers with many species falling to the point of no possible recovery, or only recovery if somehow humans could stop development.
nevermark : Are you sure about what you are saying? Where are your FACTS?
"The poison dart frog Ranitomeya amazonica is one of more than 1,200 new species of plants and vertebrates discovered in the Amazon rain forest between 1999 and 2009, the international conservation group WWF announced Tuesday in a new report highlighting the region's biodiversity.http://news.natio...ictures/
"NAGOYA, Aichi, Japan, October 26, 2010 (ENS) '' At least 1,200 new species have been discovered in the Amazon ecosystem, at an average rate of one every three days during the decade from 1999 through 2009, the global conservation organization WWF revealed today in a new report.This is a greater number of species than the combined total of new species found over a similar 10-year period in other areas of high biological diversity '' including Borneo, the Congo Basin and the Eastern Himalayas, WWF said in the report, "Amazon Alive!: A Decade of Discoveries 1999-2009."Presented to delegates from 193 countries at the UN Convention on Biodiversity in Nagoya, the WWF report details the discoveries of 39 mammals, 16 birds, 55 reptiles, 216 amphibians, 257 fish and 637 plants '' all new to science."http://www.ens-ne...-01.html
jdswallow1 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
jdswallow = gish-gallop. 7 posts in a row, all of them containing quote mines and misrepresented data, combined with multiple claims of conspiracy. No wonder he and his ilk have become irrelevant to the conversation.
Maggnus: Please take the time to point out what that is relevant to this conversation, or another, for that matter, in the last two post that you present when the topic is this:"(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014."
I doubt that you are able to discover the misinformation in just this short excerpt: "that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014." The truth would be nice to see in that it was more than just the northern part and started far longer ago than the first 4 months of 2014.
jdswallow1.4 / 5 (9)May 25, 2014
Nice try JD Swallow.The arctic sea ice volumes trend is still down, if you read your link.I see that the Thai story is 90 days old.
.I find no comfort in your links.
Egleton: Just how long do you think that record cold temperature can last in the tropics, where it is unusual until recently? At Doi Angkhang , Thailand there are prominently displayed photos of flowers with ice cycles on them that were taken in November 22, 2006, first time ever for that to happen.
The ocean has always held heat and as I explained to RealityCheck a few post down from yours, if you feel like learning something, for a change, you can bring up the links and read the information. How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"? Another proven point is that cold water absorbs CO2 while warm water gives it up and therefore the atmospheric additions of CO2 come up to 800 years after warming events in the climate. This also runs counter to warmest now claiming that the ocean is turning acidic. It is hard for them to keep their latest delusion straight. Believe what you want and what makes you happy & gives you comfort about your boogie man in the sky that has never been proven to have anything to do with the climate of today's earth.
runrig4.5 / 5 (8)May 25, 2014
pandora4real5 / 5 (4)May 25, 2014
That's really odd from a UK resident. In fact the UK winter was warmer and wetter than normal, quite warm in Scandinavia. It was just the reverse the last few years. That's what I had been wondering about. Do warm winters in higher latitudes push the polar vortex away resulting in a colder winter on the other side of it?
pandora4real5 / 5 (6)May 25, 2014
I know when my cup of hot coffee retains heat in the morning, I look forward to that crisp icy beverage hitting my lips and chilling me to the bone.
You accept your cup of coffee as a model for the ocean. Classic case of UCD. https://www.faceb...46853678
RealityCheck4 / 5 (8)23 hours ago
@jdswallow.
RealityCheck, Could this below explain what you are babbling about? I sure hope so."The interaction between water temperature and salinity effects density and density determines thermohaline circulation, or the global conveyor belt. The global conveyor belt is a global-scale circulation process that occurs over a century-long time scale. Water sinks in the North Atlantic, traveling south around Africa, rising in the Indian Ocean or further on in the Pacific, then returning toward the Atlantic on the surface only to sink again in the North Atlantic starting the cycle again."
"As water travels through the water cycle, some water will become part of The Global Conveyer Belt and can take up to 1,000 years to complete this global circuit.
No, mate. What's the matter with you? It is about "weather", remember? Cold winter etc? Remember?
How many dishonest Troll/Shill "strawmen" can you make and post in one day!
You evaded the point I made. Troll/Shill. Nasty.
jdswallow1.5 / 5 (8)21 hours ago
@jdswallow. Give it a rest, mate. You come across either as ignorant of basic convection/heat-exchange & transport geo-mechanisms and dynamics OR as a political/religious/mercenary 'shill' with your narrow-view 'picture' of what is happening GLOBALLY as a WHOLE dynamic system in transition to new patterns/equilibriums of both heat content and air/water flows/currents. If you've ever owned an old-fashioned 'ice-box', you would be able to understand how heat flows via 'convection' works to re-distribute heat. In that process, for as long as existing/additional heat loads exist, localized 'cold-spots' develop depending on obstructions/currents as the system is trying to 'equalize' heat distribution in overall materials/shapes/distributions involved. You can see this for yourself every day, as cooler air moves to displace warmer air and causing 'weather' as water moisture content gets moved around with the air. Same in oceans, cooler waters move towards tropics and warmer water vice versa
So, RealityCheck, all that you posted above was about "weather"? You sure could have fooled me with your double talking nonsense and then you allude to the fact that anyone that gives you valid facts that contest your delusional ideas; then they are a "troll". How many senseless, say nothing about anything, post can you make in one day?
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)21 hours ago
@jdswallow,
At least 1,200 new species have been discovered in the Amazon ecosystem
Right, since we haven't yet discovered all the species out there, means species extinction rates aren't sky-high and accelerating:
http://www.biolog..._crisis/
Quite some logic there, sparky.
Since you trolls appear incapable of reading links other people post (though you have quite a habit of flooding discussion threads with your own link noise...), I'll quote it for you:
Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural "background" rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we're now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day [1]. It could be a scary future indeed, with as many as 30 to 50 percent of all species possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century [2].
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)21 hours ago
"that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014." The truth would be nice to see in that it was more than just the northern part and started far longer ago than the first 4 months of 2014.
You might want to check out the links to charts runrig so dutifully and helpfully assembled for you (5 posts above, as I write this.) The truth *would* set you free, if you weren't so obviously scared to death of both freedom and truth...
How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"?
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:
http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)20 hours ago
cold water absorbs CO2 while warm water gives it up
True, only when CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere aren't otherwise being driven by another source. With ever-more CO2 being added to the atmosphere through fossil fuel combustion, the absorption/sequestration by oceans is being overwhelmed by anthropogenic emissions. CO2 concentrations in [sea]water aren't just a function of the water's temperature; they're a function of the partial pressure of CO2 both in its dissolved phase and in the air column above the water. The two must balance.
and therefore the atmospheric additions of CO2 come up to 800 years after warming events in the climate
There's no "therefore" here, because the current GW isn't naturally caused -- it's anthropogenic, therefore the 'A' in AGW -- and so this time around, CO2 precedes the warming.
This also runs counter to warmest now claiming that the ocean is turning acidic.
Ocean acidification is a fact, and "runs counter" nothing.
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)20 hours ago
Notice how little white to blue Colder than ave there is in the NH.The USA copped the majority of the cold on offer in the NH this last winter.Which is what lies under the Polar vortex of course. It being centred over N Canada for the majority of the period.See how warm is Europe east through Russia to Alaska and also the Arctic.
Tony Banton (AKA, runrig):They all show a Zonal Mean of down, especially these two. Also note where the"Note: Gray areas signify missing data." is located. It is in the colder regions, naturally.There are exactly three weather stations used by GISS that are north of 80 degrees. Alert on Ellesmere Island is one of them. One other is a Russian station on Hayes Island in the Franz Josef Archipelago & it is getting cooler in the summer. The third is Nord on northern Greenland. It is getting warmer in all seasons.
GISS Surface Temperature Analysishttp://data.giss....;pol=rob
GISS Surface Temperature Analysishttp://data.giss....;pol=rob
I realize that Hansen has retired but this is the legacy that he left behind at GISS."Why Hansen Had To Corrupt The Temperature Record"http://stevengodd...-record/
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)20 hours ago
Quite some logic there, sparky.
Since you trolls appear incapable of reading links other people post (though you have quite a habit of flooding discussion threads with your own link noise...), I'll quote it for you:
Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural "background" rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we're now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day [1]. It could be a scary future indeed, with as many as 30 to 50 percent of all species possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century [2].
"GLOBAL WARMING AND LIFE ON EARTHGlobal warming presents the gravest threat to life on Earth in all of human history."
This above makes your site that you seem so proud of somewhat suspect, as well as what they maintain about the polar bears.In a joint press conference NOAA and NASA have just released data for the global surface temperature for 2013. In summary they both show that the 'pause' in global surface temperature that began in 1997, according to some estimates, continues.http://www.thegwp...ntinues/
"The iconic polar bear, fast losing the sea-ice habitat beneath its feet, has become a broadly recognized symbol of the harm global warming is causing in the fragile Arctic'..."http://www.biolog...dex.html
Global population of polar bears has increased by 2,650-5,700 since 2001http://polarbears...ce-2001/
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)20 hours ago
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
We are. You aren't. The polar bear populations are on the rise because they're a protected species since the 1970's, not because there's no warming. The long-term impacts on that species aren't slated to be happening today, or tomorrow, dimwit. The danger zone for that species is a century into the future. The trajectory, however, is unstoppable. But polar bears aren't the only species under threat. When climate changes significantly and abruptly, all kinds of species die off. That's part of what's causing the present, ongoing, and accelerating mass extinction. The other part being the stress put on natural habitats and ecosystems by human industrial, agricultural, and land-development activities -- including land use changes, pollution, transplantation of invasive species, water diversion and watershed landscape alteration, over-fishing, over-harvesting, monocultures, and so on and on and on.
jdswallow1.8 / 5 (5)19 hours ago
The truth *would* set you free, if you weren't so obviously scared to death of both freedom and truth...
How can the arctic ice trend be down when "Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50%"?
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
The date was 11 August 1958 and the Skate had just become the first submarine to surface at the North Pole.http://www.navalh...th-pole/
1969: the SS Manhattan, a reinforced supertanker sent to test the viability of the passage for the transport of oil, made the passage. The route was deemed not to be cost effective.http://www.fcpnor...xplorers
Cache of historical Arctic sea ice maps discoveredArctic Sea ice data collected by DMI 1893-1961http://wattsupwit...covered/
It would be great if you could show some intelligence and not the normal alarmist mentality by refraining from the name calling when you know that the facts are not on your side.
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
It's up from a historic record low, dimwit. Even having recovered 50% from an abnormal low, it's still lower than normal -- and the long-term trend of decreasing ice coverage and volume continues uninterrupted:
http://nsidc.org/...icenews/
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979; therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
AMUNDSEN EXPEDITION1. June 16, 1903http://www.pbs.or...-nf.html
"Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot'..."http://www.sott.n...gs-Melt-
"Not only did the Skate surface in virtually ice-free water at the North Pole, but the weather was mild enough that crewmen went out to chip a bit of ice off the sub's hull."http://www.ihatet...ubmarine
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979
jdswallow: please be advised that your 50% recovery claim only goes back to *last year*. Whereas longer-term trends are available starting in April 1979.
refraining from the name calling
Why would I do that, when you work so hard for it, and so richly deserve it?
therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
Logical people could go and Google it. There have been studies done, using various proxies, that reconstruct historical polar ice cover. Must I do it for you, or are you perhaps capable of doing the search on your own? Oh, whom am I kidding... Here you go, boobie:
http://tamino.wor...tic-ice/
And in case you are incapable of following references (again, whom am I kidding?):
http://www.nature...581.htmlhttp://www.nature..._F3.html
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
When will you people ever deal with the truth?
We are. You aren't. The polar bear populations are on the rise because they're a protected species since the 1970's, not because there's no warming. The long-term impacts on that species aren't slated to be happening today, or tomorrow, dimwit. The danger zone for that species is a century into the future. The trajectory, however, is unstoppable. But polar bears aren't the only species under threat.PinkElephant: You really do not know what you prevaricate about, do you?"Harry Flaherty, chair of the Nunavut Wildlife Management Board in the capital of Iqaluit, says the polar bear population in the region, along the Davis Strait, has doubled during the past 10 years. He questions the official figures, which are based to a large extent on helicopter surveys.Forty years ago, old-timers living in the area around Hudson Bay were lucky to see a polar bear, Nirlungayuk says. "Now there are bears living as far south as James Bay."
"In the Western Hudson Bay area, where harvest quotas were reduced by 80 percent four years ago, communities are complaining about the number of polar bears. "Now people can look out the window and see as many as 20 polar bears at the ice-flow edge," Flaherty says."
Both Nirlungayuk and Flaherty ridicule media claims that the polar bear is threatened or on the verge of extinction.
Adds Flaherty: "At the end of the day, the King of the North will always be here. When we hear that polar bears are headed towards extinction, we just kind of smile at ourselves."http://www.examin...cals-say
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
You really do not know what you prevaricate about, do you?
Oh please, stop putting me upon such a pedestal. I could never live up to your level -- nor would I wish to.
Both Nirlungayuk and Flaherty ridicule media claims that the polar bear is threatened or on the verge of extinction.
On the verge of extinction, they say? Ridiculous.
Adds Flaherty: "At the end of the day, the King of the North will always be here. When we hear that polar bears are headed towards extinction, we just kind of smile at ourselves."
Of course, you won't be around to cry about it at the end of the century. But who cares to think long-term, when the end of a day is all that matters to dimwits the world over...
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)19 hours ago
There have been studies done, using various proxies, that reconstruct historical polar ice cover. Must I do it for you, or are you perhaps capable of doing the search on your own? Oh, whom am I kidding... Here you go, boobie:
http://tamino.wor...tic-ice/
Whatever, PinkElephant, goes with proxies and discounts the actual Ice conditions in the immediate past that I presented you with, that is the way you lie your way around all of these subjects, like Mann & his hockey stick. You are certainly not bright enough or can think and imagine that even with your phony "proxies" that the earth is still coming out of the Little Ice Age or it would not have ended. When do you believe conditions were better, during the LIA or after the ice retreated and opened up land previously covered in ice? You are so naive & dumbstruck by your belief in this CO2 hoax that you will never understand the truth. Just what kind of a climate do you want, as though you have any control over it, al all, & if you did, what sacrifices would you make to achieve your utopia? I know that it would be the same type of hypocrisy that we see in other proponents of your hoax, such as Al Gore, and others who do not change one thing in their life style to change what you stupidly believe to be true.
Al Gore Leaves Car Runninghttp://www.newsma...EhwArsoA
http://www.time.c...5kOyyXfx
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)19 hours ago
the actual Ice conditions in the immediate past that I presented you with
You're full of BS like that. Yes, in any given year there will be swings up and down -- in temperature, in ice cover, in precipitation, in whatever you want. The Russians have a term for ice-free areas of open water in the arctic - polynya - and that, particularly at the North Pole, would be usually caused by the wind and currents pushing the ice around (piling it up in some places, leaving open water in others.) You will cite examples of a cold snap here and there, or a warm spell here and there in the past, and *completely ignore* the *averages*. You will wax on and off about *outliers*, while remaining totally blind to the *trend*. You are a classic case study in pathological inability to see the forest for the trees.
Just what kind of a climate do you want
One that is as stable as possible, and as close as possible to the Holocene climate optimum. Look it up, if you are capable (oh, whatever)
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
Maggnus: Please take the time to point out what that is relevant to this conversation, or another, for that matter, in the last two post that you present when the topic is this:"(Phys.org) '--Tim Palmer, a climate scientist and professor at the University of Oxford in the U.K. has published a somewhat controversial Perspective piece in the journal Science. In it, he theorizes that heavy thunderstorms in the western tropical Pacific (due to global warming) this past winter caused changes to the flow pattern of the jet stream, which resulted in the "polar vortex" that chilled the northern part of North America for the first four months of 2014."
In what you said? Nothing.
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)18 hours ago
what sacrifices would you make to achieve your utopia
I'd pay 5x more for electricity at home, and I'd pay 3x more for my car's fuel -- without a problem. My salary would more than allow that, and I'd suggest anyone whose salary isn't up to the task, needs to have a chat with their boss. I'd also prefer buying things made locally - because it'd be so much cheaper due to reduced transportation overhead (because of proper accounting of emissions), and I'd prefer buying things that last a long time rather than needing replacement every other month. I'd recycle much more, because it would actually be a lot more profitable for companies to use recycled materials than to extract/synthesize from scratch. I'd live closer to my work, get around more by walking and biking, and public transport; I'd move into a dwelling just big enough, with high-quality insulation and more efficient appliances... but I've already done those things. I'm also a very frugal and reluctant consumer.
You?
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
PinkElephant: Not that anything that does not fit you delusional prevaricating narrative, but I lived in Alaska for 24 years and 14 of those years were above the Arctic Circle and have seen the various animals of the area while you can't even find it on a map. I know it goes beyond your poor ability to reason things out; but, why do you think that these temperatures for Alaska still stand as the all-time records?
Alaska''80''62Jan. 23, 1971Prospect Creek Camp
Alaska10038June 27, 1915Fort Yukonhttp://www.infopl...html>
How about this one?The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced today that the record holder for the hottest temperature ever recorded on the planet had been changed. A record dating back to 1922 in El Azizia, Libya was deemed invalid and thus the honor now falls on a temperature recorded in Death Valley, California in 1913.http://www.examin...lifornia
Notice the dates, pe?
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
Tony Banton (AKA, runrig):
What do you think you prove by giving his name JDspreadsBS? Everyone here knows who he is dimbulb, he told us months ago and has never hid it.
They all show a Zonal Mean of down, especially these two. Also note where the"Note: Gray areas signify missing data." is located. It is in the colder regions, naturally.
Oh, right, the "conspiracy".
There are exactly three weather stations used by GISS that are north of 80 degrees. Alert on Ellesmere Island is one of them. One other is a Russian station on Hayes Island in the Franz Josef Archipelago & it is getting cooler in the summer. The third is Nord on northern Greenland. It is getting warmer in all seasons.
A lie.
http://data.giss....ist.txt.Gish-galloping denialist claiming conspiracy. An ignoble loon.
Maggnus4.2 / 5 (5)18 hours ago
n a joint press conference NOAA and NASA have just released data for the global surface temperature for 2013. In summary they both show that the 'pause' in global surface temperature that began in 1997, according to some estimates, continues
A .64 dT C over the 1950 - 1981 average (where dT = change in temperature & C =Celsius) is a "pause"? Wow you are really taken in by the crap portrayed with sciency sounding words at that denialist site aren't you? Have you EVER tried to think for yourself? Rhetorical question of course.
Global population of polar bears has increased by 2,650-5,700 since 2001When will you people ever deal with the truth?
Nice sound bite JDspreadsBS! Here is the ACTUAL truth!
http://www.canadi...ears.aspCan you deal with that?
PinkElephant4.4 / 5 (7)18 hours ago
why do you think that these temperatures for Alaska still stand as the all-time records...How about this one?
Oh, I don't know. Wait, could it be... because they are *outliers*? Naw it couldn't be, not possibly, not ever. 'cuz that'd mean basic fundamentals of statistics are actually worth something?
Speaking of statistics, you wouldn't have happened to look up the *trends* for record highs and record lows, would you have? No, of course not. You're incapable. Here, I'll help you once again (why I keep doing it, is really beyond me):
https://www2.ucar...cross-us
That some hi-temp records in Alaska and elsewhere haven't been broken *yet*, is a fool's comfort.
http://www.skepti...ows.html
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
The date was 11 August 1958 and the Skate had just become the first submarine to surface at the North Pole.
Misrepresentation; from a crew member:
"The Ice at the polar ice cap is an average of 6-8 feet thick, but with the wind and tides the ice will crack and open into large polynyas (areas of open water), these areas will refreeze over with thin ice. We had sonar equipment that would find these open or thin areas to come up through, thus limiting any damage to the submarine. The ice would also close in and cover these areas crushing together making large ice ridges both above and below the water. We came up through a very large opening in 1958 that was 1/2 mile long and 200 yards wide. The wind came up and closed the opening within 2 hours."
The truth (again, appallingly easy to find!) http://tamino.wor...mselves/
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)18 hours ago
PinkElephant: Please be advised that these charts only go back to April 1979; therefore, logical people wonder what the ice was like when this happened:
AMUNDSEN EXPEDITION1. June 16, 1903http://www.pbs.or...-nf.html
"Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and in some places the seals are finding the water too hot'..."http://www.sott.n...gs-Melt-
"Not only did the Skate surface in virtually ice-free water at the North Pole, but the weather was mild enough that crewmen went out to chip a bit of ice off the sub's hull."http://www.ihatet...ubmarine
More misrepresented quote mining, data mining and gish-gallop. "Logical people" use truth, not misrepresentations, to present evidence.
Maggnus4.2 / 5 (5)17 hours ago
I know that it would be the same type of hypocrisy that we see in other proponents of your hoax, such as Al Gore, and others who do not change one thing in their life style to change what you stupidly believe to be true.
Al Gore Leaves Car Running
Aww boobie doesn't like some US politician! Isn't that cute, he is a denialist because he doesn't like Al Gore and the Republican party he represents. Maybe you should try accepting the science and use your political crybabying to help the Democrats win. Or the Tea Party. Or whoever.
Denialists, so predictable. Science is against them, so it must be because US political figures say something.
RealityCheck3.9 / 5 (7)17 hours ago
@jdswallow.
So, RealityCheck, all that you posted above was about "weather"? You sure could have fooled me with your double talking nonsense and then you allude to the fact that anyone that gives you valid facts that contest your delusional ideas; then they are a "troll". How many senseless, say nothing about anything, post can you make in one day?
No, mate. The CONTEXT my post was made in was your and others' mistakingly using 'cold events' as 'proof' that global warming is not so. I pointed out in my example 'ice box' that even as the warming 'ice' melts in an ice box due to heat load ingress, there are 'cold spots' formed in various 'spots' depending on where the cooled air is going as it makes its way from the ice to the other contents/location in/of the ice box.
The point was: ice WARMING=cooled AIR; and 'colder winters' wherever colder AIR goes FROM the warmed ice because GW changes air flows/patterns EXTREMES.
Can you stop mercenary/political trolling/shilling now? :)
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)14 hours ago
Antarctica; Vanda Station, Scott Coast, Jan. 5, 1974 (59F):
South Pole, Dec. 27, 1978, (7.5F).
Highest average annual mean temperature (world): Dallol, Ethiopia (Oct. 1960 Dec. 1966), 94° F.
Longest hot spell (world): Marble Bar, W. Australia, 100° F (or above) for 162 consecutive days, Oct. 30, 1923 to Apr. 7, 1924. Notice anything regarding the dates of these records? Anyone heard of the dust bowl & wasn't that in the 30s
http://www.infopl...375.htmlThis link shows the same records.http://www.worldf...emes.php
These records do change, such as in this instance.Consequently, the WMO assessment is that the official highest recorded surface temperature of 56.7°C (134°F) was measured on 10 July 1913 at Greenland Ranch (Death Valley), California, USA. Full details of the assessment are given in the on-line issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (http://dx.doi.org...0093.1).http://www.wmo.in..._en.html
jdswallow1.7 / 5 (6)14 hours ago
You will cite examples of a cold snap here and there, or a warm spell here and there in the past, and *completely ignore* the *averages*. You will wax on and off about *outliers*, while remaining totally blind to the *trend*. You are a classic case study in pathological inability to see the forest for the trees.
PinkElephant: This is exactly what I will do. I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever.
What follows are world record high temperatures: World (Africa) El Azizia, Libya; Sept. 13, 1922, (136F):North America (U.S.), Death Valley, Calif.; July 10, 1913 (134F);Asia; Tirat Tsvi, Israel, June 21, 1942, (129F):Australia ,Cloncurry, Queensland; Jan. 16, 1889 (128F):Europe, Seville, Spain,Aug. 4, 1881 (122F):South America, Rivadavia, Argentina; Dec. 11, 1905 (120F):Canada,Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada; July 5, 1937 (113F):Oceania;Tuguegarao, Philippines, April 29, 1912 (108F):Persian Gulf (sea-surface): Aug. 5, 1924 (96F):
PinkElephant4.3 / 5 (6)11 hours ago
You really are an epic failure at math, aren't you jdswallow? Never took any statistics, at all? Never even learned to calculate averages, to say nothing of standard deviations or any such thing?
All right, if you insist on pursuing your retarded line of "reasoning", let's play that game:
http://en.wikiped...recorded
wait for it...
Captain Stumpy4.4 / 5 (7)11 hours ago
I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever
@jd hooker
I cant believe you posted such a profoundly stupid statement!
and with this comment you have shown that
1- you have NO F'ing IDEA what the word AVERAGE means
2- YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO GET AN AVERAGE
3- you are clueless as to why a RISE in AVERAGE temperatures is a bad thing
4- you have NO IDEA what climate is
5- you have no idea about how the scientific method works
6- you have no idea what you are talking about
7- you have no idea what WE are talking about
8- you are throwing SPAM out for TROLLING purposes
9- you have the IQ of a rotten carrot shoved up the rear end of a roadkill rabbit
here is a SIMPLE example:
3+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7+7=66/10 =6.6
3+9+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5=52/10 =5.2
NOW do you get it?
now do you understand just how embarassingly stupid and profoundly idiotic your statement is?
GLOBAL temps are based upon the AVERAGE of ALL temps, so an outlier is meaningless if the AVERAGE raises due to a LARGE NUMBER OF HIGH TEMP DAYS even if those temps never break the record! FFS
PinkElephant4.2 / 5 (5)11 hours ago
Firstly, I do find these somewhat amusing:
this temperature of 57.8 °C (136 °F), registered on September 13, 1922, is currently considered to have been a recorder's error).[81] Christopher C. Burt, the weather historian writing for Weather Underground who shepherded the Libya reading's 2012 disqualification, believes that the 1913 Death Valley reading is "a myth", and is at least four or five degrees Fahrenheit too high,[4] as do other weather historians Dr. Arnold Court and William Taylor Reid.[82] Burt proposes that the highest reliably recorded temperature on Earth is still at Death Valley, but is instead 53.9 °C (129 °F) recorded five times: 20 July 1960, 18 July 1998, 20 July 2005, 7 July 2007, and 30 June 2013.
On 16 January 1889, a temperature of 53 °C (128 °F) was recorded at Cloncurry, Queensland. It was measured with a non-standard thermometer, so it is unknown if this reading was valid or not.
But wait, there's more...
PinkElephant4.3 / 5 (6)11 hours ago
So how about these outliers over here:
Greenland 25.9 °C (78.6 °F) Maniitsoq 2013-07-30Japan 41.0 °C (105.8 °F) Shimanto, Kōchi 2013-08-12Austria 40.5 °C (104.9 °F) Bad Deutsch-Altenburg 2013-08-08Slovenia 40.8 °C (105.4 °F) Cerklje ob Krki 2013-08-08Germany 40.2 °C (104.4 °F) G¤rmersdorf bei Amberg / Karlsruhe / March (Breisgau) / Freiburg 1983-07-27 / 2003-08-09 / 2003-08-13 / 2013-07-27Morocco 49.6 °C (121.3 °F) Marrakech 2012-07-17Kuwait 53.6 °C (128.5 °F) Sulaibya 2012-07-31Czech Republic 40.4 °C (104.7 °F) DobÅichovice, Prague-West District 2012-08-20Moldova 42.4 °C(108.3 °F) Falesti 2012-08-07Montenegro 44.8 °C (112.6 °F) Podgorica & Danilovgrad 2007-08-16 & 2012-08-08Iraq 53.0 °C (127.4 °F) Ali Air Base, Nasiriyah 2011-08-03South Pole ''12.3 °C (9.9 °F) Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station 2011-12-25
I *could* go on... but golly gee willikers, don't you notice something about them thar dates? I mean, wowzers! Yowza! Auuuuuga! Hubba-hubba! Wheeeee-whoooieeee!
Maggnus4.3 / 5 (6)10 hours ago
PinkElephant: This is exactly what I will do. I will ask you to disprove that these are the standing high temperature records and if you can not come up with actual, factual, records that they have been broken, then I will ask you what that does to your stupid hypotheses of a planet with a fever.
What follows are world record high temperatures: World (Africa) El Azizia, Libya; Sept. 13, 1922, (136F):North America (U.S.), Death Valley, Calif.; July 10, 1913 (134F);Asia; Tirat Tsvi, Israel, June 21, 1942, (129F):Australia ,Cloncurry, Queensland; Jan. 16, 1889 (128F):Europe, Seville, Spain,Aug. 4, 1881 (122F):South America, Rivadavia, Argentina; Dec. 11, 1905 (120F):Canada,Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada; July 5, 1937 (113F):Oceania;Tuguegarao, Philippines, April 29, 1912 (108F):Persian Gulf (sea-surface): Aug. 5, 1924 (96F):
Cherry picking at its finest!
Maggnus5 / 5 (3)2 hours ago
Which comments would those be?
You know, where they say that adding CO2 to the atmosphere will result in a greenhouse effect, causing the planet to warm. Have you come out of a coma recently?
The ones were the scientists advocate that their study is the correct measure?
Maybe, hard to tell what you're trying to ask here
And when you say climate change is the reason, what exactly is the mechanism of implementation?
That's that "adding CO2" part again.
To simply say that it is climate change and leave it at that is the same as publishing one of these ridiculous studies that refuse to analyze the actual underlying CAUSE of climate change and simply imply it is of human origins.
Oh you mean the "cause" as in adding giga-tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere thus increasing its greenhouse effect, thereby warming the climate and triggering climate change? Yea, seems to make sense.
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Bill Gates - the world's health dictator
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:34
''You're trying to find the places where the money will have the most leverage, how you can save the most lives for the dollar, so to speak,'' Pelley remarked. ''Right. And transform the societies,'' Gates replied.1In 2009 the self-designated ''Good Club'' '' a gathering of the world's wealthiest people whose collective net worth then totaled some $125 billion '' met behind closed doors in New York City to discuss a coordinated response to threats posed by the global financial crisis. Led by Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and David Rockefeller, the group resolved to find new ways of addressing sources of discontent in the developing world, in particular ''overpopulation'' and infectious diseases.2 The billionaires in attendance committed to massive spending in areas of interest to themselves, heedless of the priorities of national governments and existing aid organizations.3Details of the secret summit were leaked to the press and hailed as a turning point for Big Philanthropy. Traditional bureaucratic foundations like Ford, Rockefeller, and Carnegie were said to be giving way to ''philanthrocapitalism,'' a muscular new approach to charity in which the presumed entrepreneurial skills of billionaires would be applied directly to the world's most pressing challenges:Today's philanthrocapitalists see a world full of big problems that they, and perhaps only they, can and must put right. '... Their philanthropy is ''strategic,'' ''market conscious,'' ''impact oriented,'' ''knowledge based,'' often ''high engagement,'' and always driven by the goal of maximizing the ''leverage'' of the donor's money. '... [P]hilanthrocapitalists are increasingly trying to find ways of harnessing the profit motive to achieve social good.4Wielding ''huge power that could reshape nations according to their will,''5 billionaire donors would now openly embrace not only the market-based theory, but also the practices and organizational norms, of corporate capitalism. Yet the overall thrust of their charitable interventions would remain consistent with longstanding traditions of Big Philanthropy, as discussed below:The World's Largest Private Foundation''A new form of multilateral organization''The most prominent of the philanthrocapitalists is Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and as of this writing the richest man in the world. (Despite the carefully cultivated impression that Gates is ''giving away'' his fortune to charity, his estimated net worth has increased every year since 2009 and now amounts to $72 billion. 6) Gates owes his fortune not to making technological contributions but to acquiring and enforcing a fabulously lucrative monopoly in computer operating systems:Microsoft's greatest strength has always been its monopoly position in the PC chain. Its exclusionary licensing agreement with PC manufacturers mandated a payment for an MS-DOS license whether or not a Microsoft operating system was used. '... By the time the company settled with the Justice Department in 1994 over this illegal arrangement, Microsoft had garnered a dominant market share of all operating systems sold.7Microsoft employs the standard repertoire of business strategies in defense of its monopoly power '' preferential pricing, lawsuits, acquisitions of competitors, lobbying for patent protection '' but relies ultimately, like other US-based monopolies, on the dominant position of the US worldwide. As former US Secretary of Defense William Cohen observed in 1999, ''the prosperity that companies like Microsoft now enjoy could not occur without having the strong military that we have.''8Gates remains chairman of Microsoft but now devotes the bulk of his time to running The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), the largest private foundation in the world and easily the most powerful. With an endowment of $38 billion, BMGF dwarfs once-dominant players such as Ford ($10 billion), Rockefeller ($3 billion), and Carnegie ($2.7 billion).9 These elite charitable funds are attractive to the super-rich not only as alternative channels of influencing policy, but also as a legal means of tax avoidance. Under US law, investments in charitable foundations are tax-free; moreover, investors are not required to sell their stock positions and may continue to vote their shares without restriction.10 By sheltering foundations, the US Treasury effectively co-finances the activities of BMGF and its investors, supplying a substantial part of the ''leverage'' lauded above.Even in a field dominated by the world's richest, the Gates Foundation has acquired a reputation for exceptional high-handedness. It is ''driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family,'' evasive about its financials, and accountable to no one except its founder, who ''shapes and approves foundation strategies, advocates for the foundation's issues, and sets the organization's overall direction.''11Gates' approach to charity is presumably rooted in his attitude toward democracy:The closer you get to [Government] and see how the sausage is made, the more you go, oh my God! These guys don't even actually know the budget. '... The idea that all these people are going to vote and have an opinion about subjects that are increasingly complex '' where what seems, you might think '... the easy answer [is] not the real answer. It's a very interesting problem. Do democracies faced with these current problems do these things well?12The Gates charitable empire is vast and growing. Within the US, BMGF focuses primarily on ''education reform,'' providing support for efforts to privatize public schools and subordinate teachers' unions. Its much larger international divisions target the developing world and are geared toward infectious diseases, agricultural policy, reproductive health, and population control. In 2009 alone, BMGF spent more than $1.8 billion on global health projects.13The Gates Foundation exercises power not only via its own spending, but more broadly through an elaborate network of ''partner organizations'' including non-profits, government agencies, and private corporations. As the third largest donor to the UN's World Health Organization (WHO), it is a dominant player in the formation of global health policy.14 It orchestrates vast elaborate public-private partnerships '' charitable salmagundis that tend to blur distinctions between states, which are at least theoretically accountable to citizens, and profit-seeking businesses that are accountable only to their shareholders. For example, a 2012 initiative aimed at combatting neglected tropical diseases listed among its affiliates USAID, the World Bank, the governments of Brazil, Bangladesh, UAE et al., and a consortium of 13 drug firms comprising the most notorious powers in Big Pharma, including Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, and Pfizer.15BMGF is the prime mover behind prominent ''multi-stakeholder initiatives'' such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the GAVI Alliance (a ''public-private partnership'' between the World Health Organization and the vaccine industry). Such arrangements allow BMGF to leverage its stake in allied enterprises, much as private businesses enhance power and profits through strategic investment schemes. The Foundation also intervenes directly in the agendas and activities of national governments, ranging from its financing of the development of municipal infrastructure in Uganda,16 to its recently announced collaboration with the Indian Ministry of Science to ''Reinvent the Toilet.''17 At the same time the Foundation supports NGOs that lobby governments to increase spending on the initiatives it sponsors.18The Gates operation resembles nothing so much as a massive, vertically integrated multinational corporation (MNC), controlling every step in a supply chain that reaches from its Seattle-based boardroom, through various stages of procurement, production, and distribution, to millions of nameless, impoverished ''end-users'' in the villages of Africa and South Asia.Emulating his own strategies for cornering the software market, Gates has created a virtual monopoly in the field of public health. In the words of one NGO official, ''[y]ou can't cough, scratch your head or sneeze in health without coming to the Gates Foundation.''19 The Foundation's global influence is now so great that former CEO Jeff Raikes was obliged to declare: ''We are not replacing the UN. But some people would say we're a new form of multilateral organization.''20http://www.globalresearch.ca/philantrocapitalism-gates-the-worlds-largest-and-most-powerful-foundation/5383461
MK Ultra
Military Plans To Test Brain Implants To Fight Mental Disorders
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:04
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is launching a $70 million program to help military personnel with psychiatric disorders using electronic devices implanted in the brain.
The goal of the five-year program is to develop new ways of treating problems including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, all of which are common among service members who fought in Iraq or Afghanistan.
"We've seen far too many times where military personnel have neuropsychiatric disorders and there's very few options," says Justin Sanchez, a program manager at DARPA.
DARPA is known for taking on big technological challenges, from missile defense to creating a business plan for interstellar travel. In 2013, the agency announced it would play a big role in President Obama's initiative to explore the human brain.
The new program will fund development of high-tech implanted devices able to both monitor and electrically stimulate specific brain circuits. The effort will be led by scientists at the University of California, San Francisco and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Simple brain stimulation devices are already used to help patients with problems including Parkinson's disease. But DARPA wants something much more sophisticated, Sanchez says.
"While those devices have been shown to be effective, they are very much built on concepts from the cardiac pacemaker industry," he says. "And we know that the brain is very different than the heart."
Working With Epilepsy, Parkinson's Patients
The UCSF team will begin its work by studying volunteers who already have probes in their brains as part of treatment for epilepsy or Parkinson's disease.
That will allow researchers to "record directly from the brain at a level of resolution that's never [been] done before," says Eddie Chang, a neurosurgeon at UCSF.
By monitoring the electrical activity of brain cells, the researchers will be able to study how brain circuits behave in real time, Chang says. And because many of the volunteers also have depression, anxiety and other problems, it should be possible to figure out how these conditions have changed specific circuits in the brain, Chang says.
"If we are able to understand how the circuit has gone awry, that may give us some very critical clues as to how we may be able to reverse that," he says.
Once the scientists have those clues, they hope to design tiny electronic implants that can stimulate the cells in faulty brain circuits. "We know that once you start putting stimulation into the brain, the brain will change in response," Chang says.
That sort of change, known as plasticity, is what allows the brain to learn and adapt throughout our lives. And a device that can deliver the right kind of stimulation to the right brain cells should be able to "heal" malfunctioning brain circuits, Chang says.
At first, the DARPA program will focus on patients with depression, anxiety and symptoms of PTSD. Later, the plan calls for treating conditions including chronic pain and even traumatic brain injury.
Obama Nation
How an Order for 10 Submarines Led to Misleading News on the Economy | FiveThirtyEight
Wed, 28 May 2014 02:17
Good news: Orders for durable goods '-- motor vehicles, machinery, computers and other long-lasting items '-- rose in April, according to data released Tuesday by the Department of Commerce. Most economists expected a decline.
But if we dig into the manufacturing sector data, we see that the U.S. government ordered 10 submarines from General Dynamics in April; that deal was worth nearly $18 billion. Although the whole order doesn't count in April's data, enough of it was allotted to skew the month's headline number.
Durable goods orders don't make for lively dinner-party conversation, but they have a huge effect on the economy. In April, the total value of new orders, at an annualized rate, was nearly $250 billion. Relative to March, total orders rose 0.8 percent. But remove defense-related orders, and the total orders posted a decline of 0.8 percent. The General Dynamics submarine contract appears in the ''defense capital goods'' category, which rose 39.3 percent in April and is up 21.1 percent from a year ago.
We shouldn't count on big-ticket defense orders to juice durable goods every month; defense spending is likely to decline. The Congressional Budget Office projects that defense appropriations, as a fraction of the size of the economy, will continue to fall in the coming decade. (Part of that decline is due to the unwinding of the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, which President Obama announced Tuesday would fully conclude in 2016.) The sequester, or mandated cuts to the federal government's budget, hit defense spending hard, carving $470 billion out of the budget.
When the government releases its estimate of second-quarter gross domestic product growth in July, one of its key components will be business investment. And to estimate business investment, the Bureau of Economic Analysis looks at a subset of the durable goods report: ''core'' capital goods, which don't include defense orders or airplane purchases. That's right '-- by just stripping out the big-ticket manufacturing orders, one can get a better sense of the business investment climate. In April, ''core'' capital goods orders fell 1.2 percent, indicating a softness not otherwise conveyed by the headline number.
Karzai refuses to meet Obama at Bagram Airfield '-- RT News
Mon, 26 May 2014 18:50
Published time: May 26, 2014 11:05Afghan President Hamid Karzai and U.S. President Barack Obama (Reuters/Jason Reed)
The Afghan president refused to visit the Bagram military base when US President Barack Obama made a surprise visit there to meet troops on May 25. Similarly, the American president turned down a proposal for talks at Karzai's palace in downtown Kabul.
Air Force One flew all night to bring Obama from Washington, DC, to the airstrip of Kabul's international airport in Bagram.
Officially, the American president had come to the US largest military base in Afghanistan to address troops ahead of the end of Afghan campaign.
''I'm here on a single mission, and that is to thank you for your extraordinary service,'' Obama said in a speech before some 32,800 American service personnel, practically all of the US contingent in Afghanistan, making their probably last tour of duty to the country.
''Our combat mission [in Afghanistan] will be over,'' Obama said, promising that ''America's war in Afghanistan will come to a responsible end.''
White House officials also made an arrangement to organize a tete-a-tete between Barack Obama and the outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who has been stubbornly refusing to sign a security forces agreement throughout the last year of his term in office.
The Obama administration needs this agreement to justify presence of reportedly 10,000 troops in Afghanistan after the longest military campaign in American history will be officially over.
For Obama this could become the last attempt to talk Hamid Karzai into singing the security agreement, because on May 28, Afghan voters will choose between Abdullah Abdullah, the presidential candidate from National Coalition of Afghanistan, and independent candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai in the runoff election for the next president of Afghanistan.
But Hamid Karzai rejected the invitation to meet Barack Obama at Bagram Airfield.
''President Karzai said he would warmly welcome him if he comes to the palace, but in no way would he go [to] Bagram to meet him,'' Karzai's chief of staff Abdul Karim Khurram told Reuters.
An unspecified American official said on Sunday that Karzai was offered ''the opportunity to come to Bagram, but we're not surprised that it didn't work on short notice.''
Bagram Airfield is a mere 40km from Kabul.
Instead of a face-to-face talk with Karzai, Obama had to consider himself satisfied with a 20-minute phone call to the Afghan president before his aircraft took off, the New York Times reported.
In all, Obama spent less than four hours on the ground at Bagram, delivering his speech to troops, conducting an on-site briefing with the US and ISAF military commanders in Afghanistan, and visiting wounded service members in hospital.
Hamid Karzai, who has spent all 13 years of the US occupation of Afghanistan in office and is now departing, has been consistent in turning down all kinds of proposals and threats to sign the security deal with Washington.
Without such an accord, the US may have to pull out of Afghanistan altogether by the end of 2014.
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Vietnam boat sinks after collision with Chinese vessel.
Tue, 27 May 2014 12:57
27 May 2014Last updated at 05:55 A Vietnamese fishing boat has sunk after it collided with a Chinese vessel near a controversial oil rig in the South China Sea, amid tensions between the two nations.
Both countries are blaming the other for the incident.
Vietnam's coast guard said the boat was encircled by 40 Chinese vessels before it was rammed, reports said.
But Chinese state media outlet Xinhua said Vietnam's boat collided with its vessel after "engaging in harassment".
The BBC's Martin Patience says that whatever the truth, the sinking is likely to further escalate tensions between the two countries, given that for the past few weeks they have engaged in skirmishes at sea.
The two are locked in an intensifying dispute over South China Sea territory.
Vietnam has protested against China moving its Haiyang Shiyou 981 rig to waters also claimed by Hanoi, at a spot near the disputed Paracel Islands.
Monday's incident happened just 17 nautical miles from the rig, Vietnamese reports said.
Xinhua on Tuesday claimed that Vietnam had "on many occasions dispatched various boats with the sole intention of harassing Chinese-linked companies drilling in that part of the ocean".
It said China had made serious representations to Vietnam to request that it "halt its harassing and destructive activities".
Vietnamese media meanwhile reported that China deployed "a fast attack missile boat and a minesweeper" around the rig on Monday.
'Sovereign right'China's refusal to move the rig sparked anti-China protests in Vietnam earlier in May, which left at least two people dead and several factories burnt.
Vietnamese legislators are preparing to sue China in an international court over the rig and other attacks on Vietnamese ships, according to local media.
China in recent days has upped its rhetoric on the South China Sea.
On Monday, a spokesman for China's foreign ministry addressed a recent attempt by Vietnam to list its historical claims to the Paracel Islands, saying it was "absurd and laughable".
On the same day, Xinhua published a commentary in English which accused Vietnam of wanting to "disturb and play up the normal drilling of Haiyang Shiyou 981".
Written by Chinese law professor Yang Zewei, the commentary states: "Hanoi should know that such drilling in the said area is China's sovereign right endowed by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea."
"Vietnam should immediately stop any interruptive activities and undertake corresponding consequences and international responsibilities for its provocations.".
Japan has urged calm. Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said it was important that "relevant countries abstain from unilateral actions that raise tensions".
Meanwhile, Vietnam is preparing to prosecute "hundreds of suspects" involved in the anti-China protests earlier in May, and has already jailed two participants, according to local media.
China has for decades claimed a U-shaped swathe of the South China Sea.
But tensions have flared up in the region recently as China seeks to assert its claims in a more muscular fashion with a beefed-up maritime presence.
Its actions have upset several neighbouring countries, including the Philippines - which is taking China to a United Nations tribunal.
China's state-owned sector told to cut ties with U.S. consulting firms.
Sun, 25 May 2014 21:30
Sun May 25, 2014 3:21pm EDT
A combination photo shows five Chinese military officers who the U.S. has accused of cyber espionage. Top row: Sun Kailiang (L), Huang Zhenyu (R), bottom row L-R: Wen Xinyu, Wang Dong and Gu Chunhui in FBI released photos.
Credit: Reuters/FBI/Handout via Reuters
(Reuters) - China has told its state-owned enterprises to sever links with American consulting firms just days after the United States charged five Chinese military officers with hacking U.S. companies, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
China's action, which targets companies like McKinsey & Company and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), stems from fears the firms are providing trade secrets to the U.S. government, the FT reported, citing unnamed sources close to senior Chinese leaders.
"We haven't received any notification of this kind," said Margaret Kashmir, a spokeswoman for Strategy& - formerly Booz & Company - in an email, adding that serving clients in China and globally continues to be the company's main priority.
"We are unaware of any government mandates," added Bain & Company spokeswoman Cheryl Krauss.
A McKinsey spokeswoman did not return a call seeking comment. A spokeswoman for BCG was not immediately able to comment.
The companies have large operations in China, the FT reported. McKinsey, BCG and Strategy& all have Chinese state enterprises as clients, the newspaper said.
China warned this week it would retaliate if Washington pressed ahead with allegations that the Chinese officers hacked into U.S. nuclear, metal and solar companies, including Alcoa Inc, Allegheny Technologies Inc, United States Steel Corp, Toshiba Corp unit Westinghouse Electric Co, the U.S. subsidiaries of SolarWorld AG and a steelworkers' union.
Officials in Washington have argued for years that cyber espionage is a top national security concern.
The May 19 indictment was the first criminal hacking charge the United States has filed against specific foreign officials. It follows a steady increase in public criticism and private confrontation, including at a summit last year between U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
In the wake of the charges, Chinese media labeled the U.S. government a "high-level hooligan," while officials in Beijing accused Washington of "double standards" on issues of cyber spying.
China also said it would investigate providers of IT products and services to guard "national security," and "economic and social development." It also banned new central government computers from using Windows 8, Microsoft Corp's latest operating system.
(Reporting by Hilary Russ in New York; editing by Paul Simao and G Crosse)
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Vietnam parliament calls on China to remove oil rig from disputed waters
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:08
HANOI, Vietnam, May 22 (UPI) --China is called on to remove an oil rig deployed illegally in Chinese waters, the Vietnamese National Assembly said Thursday.The assembly said in a statement the decision by state-run China National Offshore Oil Corp. to deploy rig HD-981 about 120 miles off the coast of Vietnam is a serious violation of its sovereignty and international laws.
"The National Assembly shows its concern and resolutely protests China's violation and wrongdoing and demands that China withdraw the oil rig out of Vietnamese waters," it said.
Both sides have made claims to the maritime territory near the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea. The U.S. government has weighed in saying that, while it has no stance on sovereign claims, China's behavior has been provocative.
Beijing last week evacuated some of its nationals after anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam turned violent. More than 140 people were injured during the demonstrations.
China is at odds with most of its neighbors in the Asia-Pacific over claims to the maritime territory.
Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh in early May said the Chinese rig deployment was a national security concern. Hanoi, he said, reserves the right to take "all the proper and necessary measures to protect its legitimate rights" in the region.
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How Bots Manipulated The Price Of Bitcoin Through "Massive Fraudulent Trading Activity" At MtGox | Zero Hedge
Wed, 28 May 2014 04:11
For a decade, Barclays (among others) rigged the precious metals markets with bursts of sell orders to maintain the illusion that the ultimate indicator of status quo failure was not flashing red. It now appears that Bitcoin suffered the same (but buying burst) manipulation in the last year as The Willy Report notes that last year, a number of traders began noticing suspicious behavior on Mt. Gox. Basically, a random number between 10 and 20 bitcoin would be bought every 5-10 minutes, non-stop, for at least a month on end until the end of January. Each time, (1) an account was created, (2) the account spent some very exact amount of USD to market-buy coins ($2.5m was most common), (3) a new account was created very shortly after. Repeat. In total, a staggering ~$112 million was spent to buy close to 270,000 BTC '' the bulk of which was bought in November. So if you were wondering how Bitcoin suddenly appreciated in value by a factor of 10 within the span of one month, well, this is why. Not Chinese investors, not the Silkroad bust '' these events may have contributed, but they certainly were not the main reason. But who did it? and why?
It needs to be recognized that, whether intentional or not (though plausible ignorance only goes so far), Mt. Gox has effectively been abusing Bitcoin to operate a Ponzi scheme for at least a year. The November ''bubble'' well into the $1000?s '' and possibly April's as well '' was driven by hundreds of millions of dollars of fake liquidity pumped into the market out of thin air (note that this is equivalent to ''with depositors' money''). It is only natural that the Bitcoin price would deflate for around 5 months since its December peak, since there was never enough fiat coming in to support these kind of prices in the first place.
Via The Willy Report,
Somewhere in December 2013, a number of traders including myself began noticing suspicious bot behavior on Mt. Gox. Basically, a random number between 10 and 20 bitcoin would be bought every 5-10 minutes, non-stop, for at least a month on end until the end of January. The bot was dubbed ''Willy'' at some point, which is the name I'll continue to use here. Since Willy was buying in such a recognizable pattern, I figured it would be easy to find in the Mt. Gox trading logs that were leaked about two months ago (there's a torrent of the data here). However, the logs only went as far as November 2013; luckily, I was able to detect the buying pattern in the last few days of November. Below is a compiled log of its trades on the last two days of November (from the file ''2013-11_mtgox_japan.csv''):
29-11-2013 0:07 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 16.61124644 Fiat: 18709.3129-11-2013 0:12 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 17.49854918 Fiat: 19402.829-11-2013 0:20 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 12.01301395 Fiat: 13346.4629-11-2013 0:30 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 14.04190796 Fiat: 15172.0529-11-2013 0:33 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 18.03482617 Fiat: 19785.7629-11-2013 0:38 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 10.02069695 Fiat: 11011.5429-11-2013 0:47 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 16.80501168 Fiat: 18256.0729-11-2013 0:56 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 13.46333525 Fiat: 15078.5829-11-2013 1:01 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 14.60390798 Fiat: 16324.4629-11-2013 1:10 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 18.89383201 Fiat: 21909.6129-11-2013 1:15 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 12.63500728 Fiat: 14339.3929-11-2013 1:21 - UID: 817985 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 15.36861265 Fiat: 17395.329-11-2013 1:30 - 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UID: 832432 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 11.88053668 Fiat: 14411.0430-11-2013 12:20 - UID: 832432 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 11.46523059 Fiat: 13913.030-11-2013 12:30 - UID: 832432 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 19.89610521 Fiat: 24187.39
Some notes on how I obtained this data: first, I removed all exact duplicate entries from the log. As noted in an earlier analysis, trades that involved a user ID ''THK'' '' whose likely role was to facilitate cross-currency trades '' were erroneously duplicated in the logs. Second, since the log contains an entry for each individual user-to-user trade, I aggregated every pair of trades involving the same user that occurred within 2 seconds from each other, assuming these belonged to the same market buy/sell (2 seconds to account for trading engine lag, which God knows was sometimes enormous on Mt. Gox).
You may note that these are actually multiple user IDs (denoted with ''UID''); Willy was not a single account, its trading activity was spread over many accounts. Perhaps this is why others had been unable to find him in the database: there were plenty of people who knew of its existence (in fact the OP of this thread allegedly coined the name ''Willy''). I noticed here that all of these accounts had one thing in common; the User_Country and User_State field both had ''??'' as entry. This was unusual. Normally, these fields contained country/state FIPS codes (for verified users?), nothing (unverified users?), or ''!!'' (users who failed verification or suspicious users?).
So I went back and gathered all of these ''??'' users, aggregated their trades, and summed the amount of BTC that each of these accounts bought (they never performed a single sell). They seamlessly connected to each other: when one user became inactive, the next became active usually within a few hours. Their trading activity went back all the way to September 27th. The full record of trades you can see below:
27-9-2013 13:41 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 37.77728716 Fiat: 5183.1527-9-2013 13:42 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 77.11243579 Fiat: 10615.6527-9-2013 13:50 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 124.3094863 Fiat: 17103.0127-9-2013 13:58 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 66.22492678 Fiat: 9138.5627-9-2013 14:05 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 14.4184561 Fiat: 1988.8427-9-2013 14:15 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 56.42944454 Fiat: 7783.8127-9-2013 14:27 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 121.28227578 Fiat: 16724.0227-9-2013 14:35 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 92.07404119 Fiat: 12697.4927-9-2013 14:48 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 48.47025594 Fiat: 6683.6127-9-2013 14:56 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 23.31089719 Fiat: 3203.1227-9-2013 15:07 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 39.54104527 Fiat: 5454.2727-9-2013 15:18 - UID: 807884 Type: buy Currency: USD BTC: 21.27506283 Fiat: 2933.1227-9-2013 15:32 - 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