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« Reply #10920 on: Jun 22nd, 2014, 10:41am »




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« Reply #10924 on: Jun 22nd, 2014, 6:00pm »

from the area of the world that gave us ww 1 ww2
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What does Poland really think about us?

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Well this is awkward. A week after the Polish central bank was busted offering favors to the government (exposing its utter un-independence); the same Polish news magazine has obtained s ecret recording of Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski saying that Poland's relationship with the United States was worthless. The Wprost news magazine said the recording was of a private conversation between Sikorski and Jacek Rostowski (finance minister) with such headlines as "you know that the Polish-US alliance isn't worth anything;" also describing Warsaw's attitude towards the United States using the Polish word "murzynskosc" - roughly translated as a negro slave - "It is downright harmful, because it creates a false sense of security ... Complete bullshit. We'll get in conflict with the Germans, Russians and we'll think that everything is super, because we gave the Americans a blow job. Losers. Complete losers." USA - making friends wherever they go.



As The Guardian reports,

A Polish news magazine said on Sunday it had obtained a secret recording of Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski, in contention for a senior European Union job, saying that Poland's relationship with the United States was worthless.



The Wprost news magazine said the recording was of a private conversation earlier this year between Sikorski and Jacek Rostowski, a member of parliament with the ruling Civic Platform who until last year was finance minister.



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Aides to Sikorski and Rostowski said they had no immediate comment. A government spokeswoman said it was hard to form a view based on a few excerpts of a conversation, but there might be a comment later.



According to a transcript of excerpts of the conversation that was published by Wprost on its Internet site, Sikorski told Rostowski: "You know that the Polish-US alliance isn't worth anything."



"It is downright harmful, because it creates a false sense of security ... Complete bullshit. We'll get in conflict with the Germans, Russians and we'll think that everything is super, because we gave the Americans a blow job. Losers. Complete losers."



According to the transcript, Sikorski described Warsaw's attitude towards the United States using the Polish word "murzynskosc."



That derives from the word "murzyn," which denotes a dark-skinned person and someone who does the work for somebody else, according to the PWN Polish language dictionary.

Of course - there is no official response yet (but no denials either)...

Asked by Reuters to comment on the transcript of Sikorski's conversation with Rostowski, foreign ministry spokesman Marcin Wojciechowski said: "We do not comment on media speculation ... Possible comments will be published only after the whole magazine is published."
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« Reply #10925 on: Jun 23rd, 2014, 09:24am »

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Australian Researchers Simulate Time Travel

Jun 23, 2014

A group of physicists at the University of Queensland in Australia has used photons to simulate quantum particles traveling through a wormhole back in time.

“The question of time travel features at the interface between two of our most successful yet incompatible physical theories – Einstein’s general relativity and quantum mechanics. Einstein’s theory describes the world at the very large scale of stars and galaxies, while quantum mechanics is an excellent description of the world at the very small scale of atoms and molecules,” said Martin Ringbauer, the lead author of a paper that reports the results in the journal Nature Communications.

Einstein’s theory suggests the possibility of traveling backwards in time by following a space-time path that returns to the starting point in space, but at an earlier time – a closed time-like curve.

This possibility has puzzled physicists and philosophers alike since it was discovered by Kurt Gödel in 1949, as it seems to cause paradoxes in the classical world, such as the Grandparents paradox, where a time traveler could prevent their grandparents from meeting, thus preventing the time traveler’s birth.

This would make it impossible for the time traveler to have set out in the first place.

“It was predicted in 1991 that time travel in the quantum world could avoid such paradoxes. The properties of quantum particles are ‘fuzzy’ or uncertain to start with, so this gives them enough wiggle room to avoid inconsistent time travel situations,” said senior author Prof Timothy Ralph.

There was no evidence that nature behaved in ways other than standard quantum mechanics predicted, but this had not been tested in regimes where extreme effects of general relativity played a role, such as near a black hole.

The new study provides insights into where and how nature might behave differently from what theories predict. Examples of the intriguing possibilities in the presence of closed time-like curves include the violation of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, cracking of quantum cryptography and perfect cloning of quantum states.


Martin Ringbauer et al. 2014. Experimental simulation of closed timelike curves. Nature Communications 5, article number: 4145; doi: 10.1038/ncomms5145

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« Reply #10926 on: Jun 23rd, 2014, 09:28am »

This video is causing a kerfuffle. So here it is.





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Meriam Ibrahim, Sudanese woman sentenced to death for apostasy, 'to be freed'

Sudanese state media has said that Meriam Ibrahim, the woman sentenced to death for refusing to abandon her Christian faith, is to be released

By Harriet Alexander
3:09PM BST 23 Jun 2014

Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to death for apostasy, is to be released, state media said.

"The appeal court ordered the release of Mariam Yahya and the cancellation of the (previous) court ruling," Sudan's SUNA news agency said.

"We are going to the prison now to find out more details," said Elshareef Ali Mohammed, one of her lawyers. He told The Telegraph: "We heard it just now on the state radio. We really hope it's true."

Mr Elshareef said she could be released as soon as today - depending on the court order.

His team lodged an appeal with the Supreme Court on June 4.

Ms Ibrahim, 27, was sentenced to death by a court in Khartoum on May 15 when she refused to recant her Christian beliefs. She said that she was never a Muslim, because her Muslim father abandoned the family when she was six years old and her Christian mother raised her in her own religion. But the court ruled that she had "abandoned" Islam - a crime punishable by death in Sudan.

Whilst in prison she gave birth to her second child - a baby girl named Maya. Both Maya and Martin, almost two, have been with their mother in prison since December.

Ms Ibrahim's husband, Daniel Wani, an American citizen, has only been granted sporadic visits to his wife.

Throughout the ordeal, he has told The Telegraph that his wife is coping, and grateful for the international support - but pining for her freedom.

The case caused outrage around the world - especially when it was revealed by The Telegraph that Ms Ibrahim had been forced to give birth with her legs shackled.

David Cameron, Tony Blair, John Kerry and Hillary Clinton all called for her release, and a petition to secure her freedom gathered over 700,000 signatures.

There was no official information as to when she would walk free from Omdurman prison - nor whether she would remain in Sudan. Last week Mr Wani said the family would leave Sudan if and when she was released.

Hopes of her release have been raised - and then dashed - before.

On May 31 an official from the Sudanese foreign ministry, in London on personal business, announced that her release was imminent. The Sudanese government then put out a statement denying that, and emphasising that any announcement would come from the courts - not from the ministry.

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Rare 1980s UFO Abductee Interview Is a Slice of Fringe Science History

by Annalee Newitz
23 June 2014

UFO abductions were all the rage in the 1970s, and by the 1980s there were dedicated UFOlogists and even some scientists who were studying the phenomenon. And now you can take a peek at that era, when alien abductions were a new idea, in this rare interview with UFOlogist Budd Hopkins and an alien abductee.

This clip has recently been digitized, and comes from a collection amassed by Henry McKay, an early UFOlogist in Canada.

Michelle McKay writes in to io9 to say:

My great-uncle, Henry McKay, was a pioneer UFOlogist. He was the very first Director of MUFON for Canada. He was also one of the first modern-day UFOlogists to specialize in investigating physical traces associated with UFO landing sites and "close-range" UFO sightings. He was an electrical engineer with the Air Force. He was also on the Board of Directors for the "North American UFO Federation" (headed by Richard Haines), was an associate of CUFOS, and also investigated for NICAP. He was good friends with Dr. J. Allen Hynek. He also gave a briefing at a hearing to the "Royal Commission of Electric Power Planning" in regards to UFO related power disturbances.

When he passed away, all of his hundreds of UFO files were passed down to me.







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Egypt president refuses pardon for journalists

By SARAH EL DEEB
— Jun. 24, 2014 12:28 PM EDT

CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi on Tuesday rejected calls from the United States and other Western governments that he pardon or commute the sentences of three Al-Jazeera journalists who were handed heavy prison terms a day earlier in a court ruling that raised international outrage.

El-Sissi's tough stance reflected an image the former army chief has sought to project to the Egyptian public — one of a strong leader defying foreign pressure on Egypt. Nationalist media bolstered that narrative Tuesday, praising the verdicts as a sign of the judiciary standing up to outside interference.

In a nationally televised speech to graduating military cadets, el-Sissi said he would not interfere in court rulings or the judicial process. Legal experts said that doesn't rule out a pardon later after any appeals are exhausted — a process that could take months, with the three journalists likely to remain in prison for the duration.

Whether or not a pardon could eventually be in the cards, el-Sissi 's priority appeared to be to show he would not be pushed. The case is deeply tied in politics. Egypt appears determined to punish the Al-Jazeera network, which it accuses of being a mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Mohammed Morsi, the Islamist president that el-Sissi ousted last summer.

By extension, Egypt is also targeting the Gulf nation of Qatar, which was a close ally of Morsi and owns Al-Jazeera. Also, el-Sissi's powerful Gulf allies, particularly Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, are strongly opposed to both the Brotherhood and Al-Jazeera. Those allies have given Egypt billions of dollars in aid since Morsi's ouster.

The verdict also sends a message to the media against covering Islamists and dissenting voices amid the fierce crackdown on the Brotherhood. Al-Jazeera, particularly its Arabic service, was nearly the only locally based network that provided a platform for Islamists and the opponents of the regime.

The three journalists — Australian Peter Greste, Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian Baher Mohammed — contended throughout their trial that they were pawns in the Egypt-Qatar enmity. They were charged with helping the Brotherhood, which Egypt's government has declared a terrorist group, and with falsifying their coverage of protests by Morsi supporters in order to damage Egypt's security.

A Cairo criminal court on Monday sentenced Greste and Fahmy to seven years in prison and Mohammed to 10 years. Rights groups described their 5-month trial as a sham, with no evidence presented to back the charges.

The White House said the ruling "flouts the most basic standards of media freedom" and was a "blow to democratic progress." It called on el-Sissi to intervene to bring about their immediate release. Australia and other governments made similar calls.

The families of both Greste and Fahmy said Tuesday they are still considering their next move. Greste's brother, Mike, said they will appeal but are still studying how to proceed, adding they want to make "full use of legal avenues."

Greste said he visited his brother in jail Tuesday and found him "strong."

"He wanted to assure us that he is determined to continue the fight for his freedom and pick himself up," Greste said.

Fahmy's family also visited him in prison and said they were working to get hospital treatment for his shoulder, which was injured before his arrest but worsened into a permanent disability due to neglect in prison.

In his speech, el-Sissi said that to ensure strong institutions, "we must respect court rulings and not comment on them, even if others don't understand these rulings."

"We will not interfere in court verdicts" he said. He added that he spoke to the justice minister and "I told him one word: We will not interfere in judicial matters because the Egyptian judiciary is an independent and exalted judiciary."

Under the constitution, the president has the power to issue a pardon or commute the sentences.

El-Sissi's comments do not rule out a pardon later after appeal, said Sayed Abu Zayed, a lawyer for the Press Syndicate who attended the trial in solidarity with the journalists. A pardon now, before appeal, "would be considered interference," he said. "Talking about pardon comes only after they have exhausted all avenues of litigation."

But other lawyers said el-Sissi could issue a pardon now without appearing to interfere in courts, since initial verdicts in criminal courts immediately go into effect. The appeal is a separate process before one of Egypt's highest courts, the Cassation Court, which reviews only whether procedural flaws were committed and can order a retrial.

Ahmed Raghab, a rights lawyer, said el-Sissi was addressing his home audience. "He has presented himself as a powerful leader who is here to fix matters, and succumbing to pressure would shake that image," he said. "But I don't think this is over yet."

Raghab said the real target of this trial is freedom of the press, and the animosity with Qatar is used as a cover to fuel the propaganda against any outspoken media. "The government didn't shut down the Qatar embassy," he said. "The real victims are journalists and freedom of the press."

Qatari officials have not commented on the verdict. Abdulkhaleq Abdulla, a professor of political science at Emirates University, said Qatar has few options because it has stuck so closely to the Brotherhood without "recognizing the new realities in Egypt."

"Qatar has marginalized itself so much it is becoming impotent in influencing things in Egypt or elsewhere in the region," he said.

The Al-Jazeera journalists' arrest last December was part of the broad crackdown against Islamists in which hundreds have been killed and thousands arrested. The journalists say they are being prosecuted simply for doing their job. During the 5-month trial, prosecutors presented no evidence backing the charges, at times citing random video footage found with the defendants that even the judge dismissed as irrelevant.

Amnesty International called the sentences a "travesty." Human Rights Watch said the journalists were sentenced on "zero evidence" of wrongdoing and that the judges were "caught up in the anti-Muslim Brotherhood hysteria fostered by" el-Sissi.

But Egyptian media Tuesday trumpeted the ruling.

"The courts stand up to foreign interference," the daily El-Tahrir declared in a front page headline.

The Al-Watan newspaper declared with pride that the verdict "pits Egypt against the world."

AP correspondent Adam Schreck in Dubai contributed to this report.

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Bill, Hillary, and The Spawn Of Satan




It has not been a good month for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

It all started when the former first lady said in an interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer that she and Bill Clinton were "dead broke" when they left the White House in January 2001: a statement that clearly disagreed with the facts, and certainly came off just a tiny bit insensitive at a time when the bulk of the nation can far more accurately be described as "dead broke" (even when accounting for the harsh winter weather). She followed it up by telling Britain’s Guardian newspaper that the couple isn’t "truly well off."

So now it is damage control. As Bloomberg reports, "Hillary Clinton will test today whether she can still drive home a populist message, even after handing critics in both parties an argument that she’s lost touch with the public. She’ll speak in Denver at a Clinton Global Initiative forum on “economic justice,” just as she tries to rebound from a round of comments in which she suggested that she and former President Bill Clinton aren’t really rich."

At least hypocrisy knows some bonds and the forum isn't called "economic injustice."

But what likely hurt her attempt to appear as "one of us" namely the peasant proletariat (despite her bank account), are comments by her daughter Chelsea, who as a reminder is married to a hedge funder, whose turn it is now to insist she isn’t “well-off” according to a recent interview, in which she claims she couldn't care less about money.

"I was curious if I could care about (money) on some fundamental level, and I couldn’t,” she told Fast Company in an interview that ran in the magazine's May edition, explaining why she gave up lucrative gigs to join her family’s philanthropic foundation.

Perhaps the reason why Chelsea can't care about money (at some fundamental level) is because she has more of it than she can spend in one lifetime? But we digress.

As Daily News recounts, Chelsea compared her experience to the average millennial, and defended jumping around to different careers — from consulting to a hedge fund to academia to journalism — before finding her true calling working with her parents.For those curious what the average millenial's life is like please read "Millennials Devastated As American Dream Becomes Nightmare For Most." As for Chelsea's fable, read on:


It is frustrating, because who wants to grow up and follow their parents? I’ve tried really hard to care about things that were very different from my parents … it’s a funny thing to realize I feel called to this work, both as a daughter and also as someone who believes I have contributions to make,” she continued about her reluctant status as a boomerang kid.Trust us Chelsea: it is even more frustrating when one does not not have option of jumping from job to job, taking advantage of relentless nepotism where employers merely hire you for political kickbacks from your parents and not for your contributions, and not having to worry about money, especially when one can bury their sorrows in a 10 million Gramercy Park apartment.


“I will just always work harder (than anybody else) and hopefully perform better,” said Clinton, who along with former banker husband Marc Mezvinsky, purchased a $10.5-million Gramercy Park apartment in 2013. “And hopefully, over time, I preempt and erase whatever expectations people have of me not having a good work ethic, or not being smart, or not being motivated.”

Daily News sardonically observes that "the Clinton name likely opened doors for the political heiress, including an eye-popping $600,000 annual salary for an irregular stint as an NBC special correspondent."

Indeed, as we reported previously when observing the life of this "average millennial", "NBC Paid Chelsea Clinton $600,000 Annual Salary For Occasional Work"Chelsea insists her work speaks for itself.

And just to complete the circle, here is Bill himself, attesting that neither his wife (nor daughter by implication) are "out of touch."
Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday defended his wife Hillary Clinton's recent comments on wealth, saying she is “not out of touch.”



In a discussion with NBC's David Gregory as part of the Clinton Global Initiative, the former president backed up his wife's remarks about being “dead broke” when the couple left the White House.



“It is factually true that we were several million dollars in debt,” Clinton said, as Hillary Clinton and his daughter Chelsea looked on. The former president argued that the reporters asking his wife the questions “should put this in some sort of context.”



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Asked if Americans resented politicians of means in general, Bill Clinton replied, “I don't think most Americans resent somebody else doing well. They resent that they're not getting a fair deal. They want the bottom to grow. They want the middle to grow.



“You just have to be transparent and tell people the truth,” he said.



Gregory asked Clinton if the general debate on the Clintons' wealth was unfair.



“No,” the former president replied, adding, “I might understand it differently than you do.



“Someone is always trying to change the subject,” he said.

It is unclear if Bill handed out cakes to all present after the taping ended.
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