Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Re: Analysis of Robert Sarvis Impact on the 2013 VA Election

Wow......Very astute and well written Bruce, and I don't even agree with ten or fifteen percent of it! 
 
I'm sure Sarvis is a good man; I haven't really studied his positions on issues and policies, but he sounds like a conservative libertarian, and if this is the case, then I don't understand why he is a member of the Libertarian Party!  I've, "Been There.....Done That",  (when I was literally disowned by my own North Carolina Republican Party over twenty years ago, and where I learned the true definition of "Cluster Fuck".  Look what happened with those "Left of Center" Libertarians who supported Ron Paul last election!  This is what makes up a good portion of the Libertarian Party!  I still subscribe to the Libertarians'  news letters and I am on their e-mail list......From time to time and on occasion,  I am shocked that any conservative libertarian could be a part and parcel of this organization!
 


On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 9:37 PM, Bruce Majors <majors.bruce@gmail.com> wrote:
Analysis of Robert Sarvis Impact on the 2013 VA Election
http://www.varight.com/news/must-read-libertarian-bruce-majors-writes-a-spot-on-analysis-of-robert-sarvis-impact-on-the-2013-va-election/


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Analysis of Robert Sarvis Impact on the 2013 VA Election

Analysis of Robert Sarvis Impact on the 2013 VA Election
http://www.varight.com/news/must-read-libertarian-bruce-majors-writes-a-spot-on-analysis-of-robert-sarvis-impact-on-the-2013-va-election/


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Fwd: Cuccinelli's Loss and the Libertarian Solution



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Cuccinelli's Loss And The Libertarian Solution

by Ed Hudgins
 

The finger-pointing in the GOP over Republican Ken Cuccinelli's narrow loss to Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor's race shows that the party still refuses to come to grips with internal contradictions that continue to lead to "epic fail" at the ballot box.

McAuliffe, the former Democratic National Committee chair and Clinton operative, squeaked to victory with 47.7 percent of the votes to Virginia Attorney General Cuccinelli's 45.3 percent. Libertarian Robert Sarvis earned 6.5 percent. Many Republicans blame the Libertarian for pulling votes away from Cuccinelli. But "libertarian" with a small "l" is not a problem; rather, it is the solution.

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So Cuccinelli losers who read the Blaze lies are trolling my old YouTube videos today


Wes's Libertarian Booster PAC got a donation from an Obama donor and gave a teeny bit of it to help Sarvis get on the ballot.  It was less than 3% of what was spent on Sarvis.


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This guy is a complete hack. He pretends to be truly conservative, a "Libertarian", supposedly standing up for liberty, freedom, rightful autonomy......., supposedly embracing the public for intelligent and honest discourse that supposedly speaks to "Libertarian" platform.... Yet, take him out of his me, myself and I bubble for so much as a nanosecond and this blowhard goes wack nuts.

This pos recruited pos Sarvis who is openly leftist, whom Ron Paul thankfully condemned. Ron Paul knows, too.
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Re: Now terrorist bomb makers can be located using their human WASTE

Actually, I have no problem with terrorists knowing about this information.  I want them to know!  In Germany at Ramstein Air Base, which I toured last year, I was most impressed with the underground garbage system which is designed to prevent terrorists from utilizing garbage recepticles as bombs.  Terrorists are no doubt aware of this technology, just as they are aware of the technologies that we have on American commerical aircraft, and at American airports.
 
No problem here.....
 
Thanks for sharing Travis!


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......and thank you for alerting the terrorists to this new practice......are you in cahoots with them?
 
In a message dated 11/6/2013 3:26:42 A.M. Pacific Standard Time, baconlard@gmail.com writes:






[[  This could create new meaningful jobs for our 535 congressional sewer workers.  ]]

Now terrorist bomb makers can be located using their human WASTE: Sensors in

sewage tunnels can pinpoint exactly where they are

 

    EMPHASIS system was created by the Swedish Defense Research Agency

    Sensors are placed in sewers to detect chemicals used in bomb making

    Chemicals are detected either because they have been poured down the

drain or ingested into the terrorist's blood stream and then excreted

    Once detected, the information is sent to a command centre

    A mobile unit then uses infrared lasers to scan the areas for gas

molecules

    These molecules can help further pinpoint the location of a bomb maker

 

By Victoria Woollaston

 

PUBLISHED: 11:41 EST, 5 November 2013 | UPDATED: 12:29 EST, 5 November 2013

 

Plans for the next stage in the fight against terrorism could be in the

toilet -  quite literally.

 

Swedish scientists have developed sensors that can be fitted inside waste

tunnels and used to detect bomb making chemicals in sewage.

 

If suspect chemicals are detected, the sensor alerts the authorities who can

carry out infrared laser 'sweeps' above ground to locate the precise

location of the bomb-making factory.

The Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI) has developed sensors fitted

inside tunnels, such as the one in this stock image, that can detect bomb

making chemicals in human waste.

 

The Swedish Defence Research Agency has developed sensors fitted inside

tunnels, such as the one in this stock image, that detect bomb making

chemicals in waste. It uses 'ion-selective electrodes' to determine trace

elements. If the level of ions is high enough to arouse suspicion, the

system alerts the authorities

HOW DOES EMPHASIS WORK?

 

EMPHASIS is made up of a 'network' of sensors plotted above and underground

that can detect chemicals in liquid waste, and detect gas vapours.

 

Each sensor contains 'ion-selective electrodes' that sit in the flow of

waste water in sewage tunnels.

 

If a bomb-maker flushes chemicals down the toilet, or the chemicals and

gases from bomb making are ingested into the person's blood stream and

ultimately enter their urine or faeces, these chemicals will pass through

the sensors.

 

The ions that are found in these chemicals will travel through the

electrodes  and change a resistor's voltage.

 

This change is recorded and tracked using software designed to seek out even

the smallest traces of suspect ions.

 

The system is called EMPHASIS, which stands for Explosive Material

Production Hidden Agile Search and Intelligence System.

 

Developed by the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), it is made up of a

'network' of sensors plotted above and below ground that can detect

chemicals in liquid waste, and detect gas vapours.

 

More...

 

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live video chat to teach everything from DIY to cookery

 

Each sensor contains 'ion-selective electrodes' which are around four inches

long and sit in the flow of waste water in sewage tunnels.

 

If a bomb-maker flushes chemicals down the toilet, or the chemicals from

bomb making are ingested into a person's blood stream and ultimately enter

their urine or faeces, these chemicals will pass through the sensors.

 

The ions that are found in these chemicals travel through the electrodes and

change the built-in resistor's voltage.

 

This change is recorded and tracked using software designed to seek out even

the smallest traces of suspect ions.

Enlarge   This infographic explains the concept behind the EMPHASIS sewage

detection sensor network.

 

This infographic explains the concept behind the EMPHASIS sewage detection

sensor network. If a bomb-maker flushes chemicals down the toilet, or the

chemicals from are ingested into the person's blood stream and ultimately

enter their urine or faeces, these chemicals will pass through the sensors

 

If the ions are found in 'elevated amounts', data about the type of ions,

the approximate location based on the proximity of the sensors, the time and

the level of ions detected are sent to a command centre.

 

Mobile units armed with infrared lasers then carry out a scan of the nearby

area in a bid to detect suspect gas molecules and narrow down the target

area.

 

As the target area is narrowed, extra sensors are placed in the sewers

around that area to pinpoint the precise location.

If ions are found in 'elevated amounts', data about the type of ions, the

approximate location of based on the proximity of the sensors, the time and

the level of ions detected are sent to a command centre.

 

If ions are found in 'elevated amounts', data about the type of ions, the

approximate location of based on the proximity of the sensors, the time and

the level of ions detected are sent to a command centre. Mobile units armed

with infrared lasers, pictured, then carry out a scan of the nearby area in

a bid to detect suspect gas molecules and narrow down the target area

 

EMPHASIS is an EU-funded project for the 'detection of production of

explosives.'

 

The objective of the EMPHASIS project is to test a system for detecting

'ongoing illicit production of explosives and improvised explosive devices

in urban areas.'

 

According to the FOI website: 'The goal of the EMPHASIS project is to test a

system concept for the surveillance tool of tomorrow for detection and

localisation of illicit bomb factories in urban areas.'

 

The team have already successfully tested the sensors in waste water inside

a lab and intend to trial the sensors in sewers next year.

 

Read more:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2487837/Sensors-sewage-tunnel

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Fwd: The real origins of the tea party



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Fwd: [New post] Hitler finds out about Obamacare Exchange Problems.





Steve posted: "Uncle Adolph is Back. Taking on the Bamacare exchange problems. ~Steve~                                   H/T   hujonwi "
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Uncle Adolph is Back. Taking on the Bamacare exchange problems.

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Fwd: [New post] Outrage over Northwestern’s bloody football jerseys honoring Wounded Warriors




[[  If they really want to raise a lot of money they should sell these as souveniers.  ]]
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DailyMail: Northwestern University has sparked outrage after it unveiled special edition 'blood splattered' football uniforms, which the team will wear to raise funds for injured veterans.

The Illinois college released photos Monday of its Wounded Warrior uniforms, which the Wildcats will don instead of their usual purple for their upcoming home game against Michigan.

The grey jerseys feature accents of the American flag splattered with simulated blood on the helmet, gloves, pants and  shoes, and have been labeled an 'asymmetrical patriotic mishmash.'

Where players' names usually are, one of seven core values is printed: Duty, Honor, Courage, Commitment, Integrity, Country and Service.

After the game, the Under Armour jerseys worn by players will be auctioned online, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to the Wounded Warriors Project. Additionally, 10 per cent of proceeds from non-game jerseys sold will go to the foundation.

But the jerseys drew immediate reaction from online sports commentators and Twitter users. 'Isn't 'flag covered in blood' a little  on-the-nose for something honoring a group that operates programs for injured  veterans?' Deadspin's Barry Petchesky asked on Monday. Meanwhile, Twitter user Jordan Pascale wrote: 'Oh no no no no no. These Northwestern uniforms are not OK.'

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But others supported the uniforms, with Bleacher Report columnist Jesse Reed describing them as 'classy' and  'sharp-looking.'

'The men and women who sacrifice their freedom by serving in the military  far too often go unheralded for their exploits. Those who return home after injuring themselves in the line of duty deserve even more gratitude and praise, and any chance we have to honor them, we should,'  Reed wrote.

On social media, the jerseys were dubbed everything from 'beautiful' to 'the most patriotic uniforms in history.'

Northwestern spokesman Paul Kennedy defended the design on Monday and apologized for any 'misinterpretation.'

'It's a distressed pattern on both the stars  and stripes that was inspired by the appearance of a flag that has flown proudly over a long period of time,' he said.

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