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« Reply #12060 on: Jan 11th, 2015, 11:06pm »

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21) Saudi ambassador to France. The Saudis publicly flogged blogger @raif_badawi for "insulting Islam" on Friday http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/09/saudi-blogger-first-lashes-raif-badawi

20) PM Cameron of the UK, where authorities destroyed documents obtained by The Guardian and threatened prosecution http://en.rsf.org/uk-government-s-culpable-20-08-2013,45073.html

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19) Prime Minister Kopacz of Poland, which raided a magazine to seize recordings embarrassing for the ruling party http://en.rsf.org/poland-violating-confidentiality-of-20-06-2014,46487.html
8:30 AM - 11 Jan 2015

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18) Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland, where "blasphemy" is considered a criminal offense http://en.rsf.org/ireland-making-blasphemy-an-offence-takes-04-01-2010,35672.html

17) Prime Minister Cerar of Slovenia, which sentenced a blogger to six months in prison for "defamation" in 2013 http://en.rsf.org/slovenia-blogger-gets-six-months-in-jail-16-05-2013,44621.html

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16) Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, who had several journalists jailed for insulting him in 2013 http://www.jpost.com/National-News/Palestinian-journalist-jailed-for-insulting-Abbas-308014

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15) Sheikh Mohamed Ben Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani of Qatar, which jailed a man for 15 ys for writing the Jasmine poem http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/10/qatar-court-upholds-sentence-against-poet-20131021123723850815.html

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14) The Foreign Minister of Bahrain, 2nd biggest jailer of journos in the world per capita (they also torture them) http://cpj.org/2014/02/attacks-on-the-press-in-2013-bahrain.php

13) President Keita of Mali, where journalists are expelled for covering human rights abuses https://cpj.org/2013/05/malian-army-expels-french-journalist-from-gao.php

12) Sec-Gen of NATO, who are yet to be held to account for deliberately bombing and killing 16 Serbian journos in '99 http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/news/no-justice-victims-nato-bombings-20090423

11) Prime Minister Samaras of Greece, where riot police beat & injured two journalists at a protest in June last year http://en.rsf.org/greece-riot-police-injure-woman-13-06-2014,46435.html

10) The Attorney General of the US, where police in Ferguson have recently detained and assaulted WashPost reporters http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/13/washington-post-reporter-arrested-in-ferguson/

9) The PMs of Georgia and Bulgaria, both of whom have a record of attacking & beating journos http://en.rsf.org/bulgarie-police-attack-journalists-covering-26-07-2013,44980.htmlhttp://en.rsf.org/georgie-at-least-a-dozen-journalists-27-05-2011,40365.html


8) Prime Minister Jomaa of Tunisia, which recently jailed blogger Yassine Ayan for 3 years for "defaming the army" http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/tunisia-blogger-jailed-military-court-should-be-released-2015-01-06

7) The Foreign Minister of the UAE, which in 2013 held a journo incommunicado for a month on suspicion of MB links https://cpj.org/2013/08/uae-authorities-release-egyptian-journalist-after.php


6) Foreign Minister Lamamra of Algeria, which has detained journalist Abdessami Abdelhai for 15 months without charge http://en.rsf.org/algerie-journalist-held-without-trial-in-17-11-2014,47235.html
6:36 AM - 11 Jan 2015


5) Foreign Minister Lavrov of Russia, which last year jailed a journalist for "insulting a government servant" http://en.rsf.org/russie-journalist-arrested-after-17-09-2014,46974.html

4) Foreign Minister Shoukry of Egypt, which as well as AJ staff has detained journalist Shawkan for around 500 days http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2014/12/20/photojournalist-shawkan-describes-endless-nightmare-behind-bars/

3) Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel, whose forced killed 7 journalists in Gaza last yr (second highest after Syria) http://en.rsf.org/press-freedom-barometer-journalists-killed.html?annee=2014

2) Prime Minister of Davutoglu of Turkey, which imprisons more journalists than any other country in the world http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2013/dec/18/journalist-safety-turkey

1) King Abdullah of Jordan, which last year sentenced a Palestinian journalist to 15 years in prison with hard labour http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Jordanian-Palestinian-who-writes-for-Post-sentenced-in-Jordan-to-life-with-hard-labor-341596
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« Reply #12061 on: Jan 12th, 2015, 07:15am »

Did anyone notice what happened during the gathering of the great and good ?

President Hollande waited to greet Netanyahu.

Netanyahu's car arrived and stopped in front of Hollande.

Hollande waited for Netanyahu to exit car; and waited ; and waited.

In fact he stood there for close to half a minute before Netanyahu emerged.

A slap in the face if ever there was one.

I imagine notes were taken.

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« Reply #12062 on: Jan 12th, 2015, 10:10am »

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Electric Airplanes Are the Future of Pilot Training

By Mary Grady
01.12.15 | 7:00 am

Walk into a flight school today and you’ll probably take your first training flight in an aging airplane that’s noisy, expensive, and burns leaded fuel. But the race is on to change that, with electric trainers that are clean, vibration-free, and cheap to operate.

Electric aviation has been in experimental development for years, but now a US startup, European aerospace giant Airbus, and a Chinese aviation manufacturer are among those who believe electric airplanes are ready for the mainstream. If they make it happen, it could get a lot cheaper—and more pleasant—to learn to fly.

“Electric airplanes will change everything when it comes to the cost of flying,” says George Bye, a Colorado-based serial entrepreneur who’s been involved in several aviation projects. His new company, Aero Electric Aircraft Corporation, plans to have its two-seat Sun Flyer ready for flight testing by the summer. The solar cells on the wings provide a little extra juice, and if you park the plane in the sun for a few days, they’ll fully charge the battery for free.

Taking into account maintenance and fuel costs, the two-seat Sun Flyer will cost about $5 an hour to operate, according to Bye, compared to $73 an hour for a Cessna 172, a four-seat airplane frequently used for training. A new Sun Flyer will sell for about $180,000 to $200,000, which may sound like a lot, but a new 172 sells for about $370,000. “The bottom line is, we are interested in generating excitement about flying, and making it affordable,” says Bye.

Bye hopes to be the first to market in the US with an electric-powered training aircraft fully certified by the FAA, in 2017 or sooner. He’s not the only one in the race.

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21) Saudi ambassador to France. The Saudis publicly flogged blogger @raif_badawi for "insulting Islam" on Friday http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/09/saudi-blogger-first-lashes-raif-badawi

20) PM Cameron of the UK, where authorities destroyed documents obtained by The Guardian and threatened prosecution http://en.rsf.org/uk-government-s-culpable-20-08-2013,45073.html

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19) Prime Minister Kopacz of Poland, which raided a magazine to seize recordings embarrassing for the ruling party http://en.rsf.org/poland-violating-confidentiality-of-20-06-2014,46487.html
8:30 AM - 11 Jan 2015

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18) Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland, where "blasphemy" is considered a criminal offense http://en.rsf.org/ireland-making-blasphemy-an-offence-takes-04-01-2010,35672.html

17) Prime Minister Cerar of Slovenia, which sentenced a blogger to six months in prison for "defamation" in 2013 http://en.rsf.org/slovenia-blogger-gets-six-months-in-jail-16-05-2013,44621.html

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16) Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, who had several journalists jailed for insulting him in 2013 http://www.jpost.com/National-News/Palestinian-journalist-jailed-for-insulting-Abbas-308014

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15) Sheikh Mohamed Ben Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani of Qatar, which jailed a man for 15 ys for writing the Jasmine poem http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/10/qatar-court-upholds-sentence-against-poet-20131021123723850815.html

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14) The Foreign Minister of Bahrain, 2nd biggest jailer of journos in the world per capita (they also torture them) http://cpj.org/2014/02/attacks-on-the-press-in-2013-bahrain.php

13) President Keita of Mali, where journalists are expelled for covering human rights abuses https://cpj.org/2013/05/malian-army-expels-french-journalist-from-gao.php

12) Sec-Gen of NATO, who are yet to be held to account for deliberately bombing and killing 16 Serbian journos in '99 http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/news/no-justice-victims-nato-bombings-20090423

11) Prime Minister Samaras of Greece, where riot police beat & injured two journalists at a protest in June last year http://en.rsf.org/greece-riot-police-injure-woman-13-06-2014,46435.html

10) The Attorney General of the US, where police in Ferguson have recently detained and assaulted WashPost reporters http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/13/washington-post-reporter-arrested-in-ferguson/

9) The PMs of Georgia and Bulgaria, both of whom have a record of attacking & beating journos http://en.rsf.org/bulgarie-police-attack-journalists-covering-26-07-2013,44980.htmlhttp://en.rsf.org/georgie-at-least-a-dozen-journalists-27-05-2011,40365.html


8) Prime Minister Jomaa of Tunisia, which recently jailed blogger Yassine Ayan for 3 years for "defaming the army" http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/tunisia-blogger-jailed-military-court-should-be-released-2015-01-06

7) The Foreign Minister of the UAE, which in 2013 held a journo incommunicado for a month on suspicion of MB links https://cpj.org/2013/08/uae-authorities-release-egyptian-journalist-after.php


6) Foreign Minister Lamamra of Algeria, which has detained journalist Abdessami Abdelhai for 15 months without charge http://en.rsf.org/algerie-journalist-held-without-trial-in-17-11-2014,47235.html
6:36 AM - 11 Jan 2015


5) Foreign Minister Lavrov of Russia, which last year jailed a journalist for "insulting a government servant" http://en.rsf.org/russie-journalist-arrested-after-17-09-2014,46974.html

4) Foreign Minister Shoukry of Egypt, which as well as AJ staff has detained journalist Shawkan for around 500 days http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2014/12/20/photojournalist-shawkan-describes-endless-nightmare-behind-bars/

3) Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel, whose forced killed 7 journalists in Gaza last yr (second highest after Syria) http://en.rsf.org/press-freedom-barometer-journalists-killed.html?annee=2014

2) Prime Minister of Davutoglu of Turkey, which imprisons more journalists than any other country in the world http://www.theguardian.com/media/greenslade/2013/dec/18/journalist-safety-turkey

1) King Abdullah of Jordan, which last year sentenced a Palestinian journalist to 15 years in prison with hard labour http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Jordanian-Palestinian-who-writes-for-Post-sentenced-in-Jordan-to-life-with-hard-labor-341596


Brilliant!!

Canadian PM Harper has been making eloquent noises about freedom of expression following the tragic events in France, but continues to muzzle Canadian scientists, and to suppress or distort scientific data which challenges or contradicts the Conservative belief system and related worldview.
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Thank you Soryu, I had fun while doing that, and I agree. Every one of these leaders has access to miles and miles of Duct Tape for their
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I SAW THIS SHOT AND RECALLED THE HISTORY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE ~ cool AND THE IRONY OF TODAYS POLITICAL/DIPLOMATIC RECIPROCITY!

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The Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World; French: La Liberté éclairant le monde) is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, in the United States. The statue, designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, a French sculptor and dedicated on October 28, 1886, was a gift to the United States from the people of France. The statue is of a robed female figure representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom, who bears a torch and a tabula ansata (a tablet evoking the law) upon which is inscribed the date of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776. A broken chain lies at her feet. The statue is an icon of freedom and of the United States: a welcoming signal to immigrants arriving from abroad.

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Truly we have become a planet of the apes

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Science Daily

Rise in mass die-offs seen among birds, fish and marine invertebrates

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An analysis of 727 mass die-offs of nearly 2,500 animal species from the past 70 years has found that such events are increasing among birds, fish and marine invertebrates. At the same time, the number of individuals killed appears to be decreasing for reptiles and amphibians, and unchanged for mammals.

Such mass mortality events occur when a large percentage of a population dies in a short time frame. While the die-offs are rare and fall short of extinction, they can pack a devastating punch, potentially killing more than 90 percent of a population in one shot. However, until this study, there had been no quantitative analysis of the patterns of mass mortality events among animals, the study authors noted.

"This is the first attempt to quantify patterns in the frequency, magnitude and cause of such mass kill events," said study senior author Stephanie Carlson, an associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley's Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management.

The study, published Monday, Jan. 12 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was led by researchers at UC Berkeley, the University of San Diego and Yale University.

The researchers reviewed incidents of mass kills documented in scientific literature. Although they came across some sporadic studies dating back to the 1800s, the analysis focused on the period from 1940 to the present. The researchers acknowledged that some of their findings may be due to an increase in the reporting of mass die-offs in recent decades. But they noted that even after accounting for some of this reporting bias, there was still an increase in mass die-offs for certain animals.

Overall, disease was the primary culprit, accounting for 26 percent of the mass die-offs. Direct effects tied to humans, such as environmental contamination, caused 19 percent of the mass kills. Biotoxicity triggered by events such as algae blooms accounted for a significant proportion of deaths, and processes directly influenced by climate -- including weather extremes, thermal stress, oxygen stress or starvation -- collectively contributed to about 25 percent of mass mortality events.

The most severe events were those with multiple causes, the study found.

Carlson, a fish ecologist, and her UC Berkeley graduate students had observed such die-offs in their studies of fish in California streams and estuaries, originally piquing their interest in the topic.

"The catastrophic nature of sudden, mass die-offs of animal populations inherently captures human attention," said Carlson. "In our studies, we have come across mass kills of federal fish species during the summer drought season as small streams dry up. The majority of studies we reviewed were of fish. When oxygen levels are depressed in the water column, the impact can affect a variety of species."

The study found that the number of mass mortality events has been increasing by about one event per year over the 70 years the study covered.

"While this might not seem like much, one additional mass mortality event per year over 70 years translates into a considerable increase in the number of these events being reported each year," said study co-lead author Adam Siepielski, an assistant professor of biology at the University of San Diego. "Going from one event to 70 each year is a substantial increase, especially given the increased magnitudes of mass mortality events for some of these organisms.

This study suggests that in addition to monitoring physical changes such as changes in temperature and precipitation patterns, it is important to document the biological response to regional and global environmental change. The researchers highlighted ways to improve documentation of such events in the future, including the possible use of citizen science to record mass mortality events in real time.

"The initial patterns are a bit surprising, in terms of the documented changes to frequencies of occurrences, magnitudes of each event and the causes of mass mortality," said study co-lead author Samuel Fey, a postdoctoral fellow in ecology and evolutionary biology at Yale. "Yet these data show that we have a lot of room to improve how we document and study these types of rare events."

Funding from the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science Foundation helped support this research.

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