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  1. 3 points
    Stupid-man shaming would be the police and others asking him why he had nice things to steal, and that he was asking to have them stolen. It would be people telling him that the burglar was a great guy, and asking why stupid-man is trying to ruin his reputation with these accusations (I mean, he never stole their stuff). It would be threats to sue stupid-man for the accusation. In a situation more relevant to the OP (as we were talking about powerful men), stupid-man would be ostracized at work or even fired, because the alleged burglar was higher up in the organization. He would be shut out of opportunities for promotion, or to work on the cool projects, because he's been labeled a troublemaker. Those are the differences that others are focusing on. There are no crime statistics? I think that's a dubious claim. The "screaming for justice" is in the victim-blaming that you don't seem to be able to wrap your head around, and have not shown is prevalent in other crimes. I don't expect that that would do any good. It's not just the lawyers who engage in the practice, which has been explained multiple times across the threads we've had on this topic. You admit this, so how is it relevant? He was basically being convicted for being black. A point I've raised a number of times — whenever people say there is no evidence against the accused. So explain to me how the clothes a woman is wearing establishes or ruins credibility. Or being at a party. I explained that in my post, right after I stated this. Who has more power: the rich man, or the beautiful woman on his arm? I am not blaming the justice system. And to say you aren't blaming women flies in the face of a few posts you've made. Your tangent about custody issues, for example. Simply ignorant? Not have any idea of the consequences? Ignorance of the law is no excuse, but it strains credulity to think that anyone is ignorant that rape at knifepoint is illegal. And this wasn't a one-off. They were convicted raping five other girls. This is the very kind of rape apology that is rampant in society. Why aren't you asking why the boys, or her friends, were at the party, and whether they had permission to be there?
  2. 2 points
    I’d likely be more sympathetic to the Calcutta slum and baseball game arguments were the same things not also happening at the corporate office or restaurant kitchen or stop light intersection or park bench or grocery store or at any of the countless other places we’ve allowed women not to feel safe due merely to having boobs and vaginas and men to get away our actions due merely to... what exactly?
  3. 2 points
    Use your reasoning filters. Swansont made no claims about you, but did say that some of your arguments made it seem like you were blaming the victim. That's not a claim, that's a really excellent invitation for you to explain your position a little clearer.
  4. 2 points
    Do on to others as you'd have them do unto you is a comically simply standard of behavior everyone over the age of 5 understands. The way the President is treating world leaders, media, and anyone who doesn't kiss his @ss is in a manner no one wants done unto them. The presidents even abuses his own staff via twitter: challenging Sec of State Tillerson to an IQ test, saying he should fire Attorney General Sessions, trashing FBI Deputy Director Mcabe, and etc. The behavior is terrible. It goes beyond any degree of partisan grandstanding. The President is actually, not just rhetorically, a sick person. The threat having leaders who exhibit the behaviors Trump exhibits is dangerous. History has proven it again and again and again. This will not end well for the United States and everyone who cares about the United States more so than the Republican Party should be outraged.
  5. 1 point
    If I go to a baseball game and get injured by a foul ball, I will be more likely to win a lawsuit than if I am hit by a ball in my backyard that came from some guy hitting balls nearby. The reason of course is that I assumed some risk by choosing to go to a place where foul balls are likely to be hit in the stands. There is of course no excuse for committing a crime, but I am certainly at risk of people commenting on my behavior if I flash cash in crime ridden neighborhood then get robbed. Therefore I am pragmatic about what behavior I exhibit.
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    There have been several accelerators that used electrons. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_Electron–Positron_Collider https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SLAC_National_Accelerator_Laboratory#Accelerator
  8. 1 point
    A lot of the same reactions as with other particles. There is an advantage to doing so, as they are fundamental particles, so they don't make as many extraneous products as with protons (with all of their quarks) The problem is that for the same energy, electrons have to move faster than heavier particles, which means more energy loss as they accelerate. This ultimately limits the collision energy. You can't easily get them to the TeV energies we see in the LHC, for example. The device that was in place before the LHC was LEP, an electron-positron collider.
  9. 1 point
    Grudgingly, I admit you're right. I'm gonna back out of this conversation.
  10. 1 point
    1. I know 3 personally, and people did a lot talking behind their back. Yet I never heard anyone bring up about how it was actually her fault, nor that they were in blame. They brought up stuff that you talked about, including being in a certain place she shouldn't have. But that never proceeded into your claims of people dismissing the rapist with "she was asking for it." 2. True. More then likely I got a lot of downvotes because I had a lot of bad posts when I was 12. Which looking back at them now I can't see how I thought they'd be right. 3. It's part of the equation because the lawyers are trying to come up with a defense. Whether you think they shouldn't be entitled to a defense or not, ultimately the defense is not going to be pretty. When it come's to rape charges, it's almost always going to come down to the defense trying to prove the accuser is a liar. Because it's almost alway's his word vs her word. 4. She took part in the trial. My bad, she was in court. 5. I did not say it was her fault. You have to realize just because I don't take your position on the matter and it doesn't exactly line up with yours, does not mean I'm clearly a sexist bigot trying to blame the poor girl for what happened. As soon as someone says something contrary to your position you begin a campaign to paint them as a sexist, a racist, or a bigot of some sort. It's not a discussion if the minute I say something contrary, you drag it back to the same point over and over and over and over and over and repeatedly make me say I'm not blaming her. Everything I say gets's caught in this massive glove of yours and is immediately labeled "Sexist argument blaming the girl." It is hard to discuss anything when everything you say is just brought back to a single point. He is repeatedly going back to the claim that I am victim shaming rape victims. He acts as though I have absolutely no experience with rape victims, and that I'm a sexist bigot. I know 3 girls personally who were raped. More if you count it as I only know their name and where they live. He has labeled me in his mind as a sexist and it pisses me off. When I found out these girls were raped it hurt just as much as it would everyone else. He has the nerve to suggest I don't care about them, I didn't care about them, and that I dismissed them, and he has a level of arrogance that is ignorant to everyone else's experiences except his own.
  11. 1 point
    I think he's talking about how you are not looking at the gastrointestinal tract too. At work now, but saw a reference earlier mention the lungs started as an offshoot of that.
  12. 1 point
    On the subject of women being dissuaded from pressing charges, I don't think people are fully aware of what happens in real life. A high proportion of complainants who DO continue with a case, drop out before it gets to court. Often, without telling those who are expending huge sums of public funds on their complaint. The just don't turn up on the day. All of that wasted money could have been spent helping cancer patients, or care of the elderly, or of children. etc. etc. It doesn't just frustrate the police and crown prosecution service. It hurts other people. Many of the women who do drop out suffer a lot of stress and anguish before they decide to drop out as well. It's in their own interest to be made fully aware of what they will have to go through, and the chances of the accused walking free at the end of it all, and how THAT will make them feel. So for everyone's sake, it is owed to the accusers to give them a clear and realistic picture of what has to happen, and the chances of a conviction at the end of it all. And the sort of grilling that they will get in court. You can't just let them go on in in blissful ignorance. But one person will call it responsible informing, another will call it talking them out of it. And women who probably would have dropped out before the court case, might well feel that they've been fobbed off. It's not a perfect world. It a world of compromises. Unfortunately, it has to be. You try for the best compromise. There's no better option out there.
  13. 1 point
    “I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying.” ― Oscar Wilde
  14. 1 point
    That is a rather bold claim, as the mechanisms are pretty much unrelated. Do you have any sources that claim that? I guess you may have overinterpreted some online articles which may have described it as some primitive form of sexual reproduction. That, however, is also inaccurate as horizontal gene transfer does not result in replication.
  15. 1 point
    I was thinking of this quote Basically this is still being argued in Quantum Physics and offered as one explanation of quantum Uncertainty / waveform collapse. It is the same view that Einstein rejected with his comment about "does the Moon cease to exist when I stop looking at it", except that in Berkeley's case nobody was observing. Yes Wheeler's thought offer another version. Any of these versions have serious implications for Schrodingers cat. Suppose we vary the experiment slightly. Let it proceed as per Schrodinger until the box is opened. Let the opening be delayed at least 50 years. There will then be a feline corpse in the box, but it will be impossible to pinpoint the precise date of decease of the animal.
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  17. 1 point
    How many people do you know personally who were raped? 1.My low upvote count is due to me being a conservative. The other participants(Ten_Oz, Swans, Charyon, Phi, Outrider) are capable of thinking too. They just didn't reach the same conclusion we did. 2. I'd say there was more tragedy on the girls part. Firstly, the boy's used a knife, which is usually a pretty big red flag for the boy's my age. Additionally, I know good and well that raping someone is bad. Period. Granted, this is because it has been ingrained into my head by my "sexist bigoted evil Christian church" that rape is horrible and there is no excuse for men who do it, but I feel like most boy's have the general idea too. Rape = bad. 3. 14 year's old and drinking is bad, either way. However, poor life choices still don't lead to the right to blame someone for what others did to her. Ultimately, it was a bad situation. Although the risk factor of being raped was definitely higher. Ultimately, because whether her friends had permission to be there or not wasn't part of the equation. Whether the boy's had permission to be there or not wasn't part of the equation. It was why was she there, that is part of the equation. Her friends were not the ones on trial. The boy's and she were on trial. You're immediately taking these questions as an attack on all women or something. Ultimately, it's what any normal person thinks. What the hell were the parent's doing letting a 14-year-old girl go to a party with alcohol and no adult supervision? It is not her fault she got raped, but she was definitely in a bad situation would you not agree? The boy's raped her and that was terrible. It was entirely their fault. But she was in a bad situation to begin with, and I'd like to point out her parent's did not do a good job keeping her out of it.
  18. 1 point
    While the odds of this President using Nuclear Weapons is far greater than that of his predecessor it isn't the only risk. Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan saw hundreds of thousands die and no Nuclear Weapons were used. It doesn't take the worst case scenario to achieve terrible results. He lost the popular vote by 3 million. Not exactly. The U.S. doesn't have a direct representation system for President. I rather see my fellow citizens rise up and remove him or at the very least take control of Congress and contain him before we get to that point.
  19. 1 point
    Ultimately everything evolved from single celled ancestor, I would have to say it did indeed evolve from a single circulatory system at some point. I don't see how that can be disputed... But I think you are making too much of the diagram or maybe too little. You seem to think that the "lung" is separate from tissue in some manor but all that would be required is increased blood flow to the swim bladder. That would seem to favor, at some point, a more differentiated blood system to the swim bladder/lung. The state that is being skipped in the diagram is the transition from a swim bladder connected to the gut to a vascularised swim bladder/gut to a partitioned swim bladder and gut to a swim bladder/lung to increased blood flow via pulsating blood vessels to the swim bladder/gut... Lots more steps no doubt I've left out...
  20. 1 point
    That science is about proving things. That science doesn't know everything about something, so any idea about that something has equal weight. The misuse of "theory" (as in "Evolution is only a ...").
  21. 1 point
    There is a non-zero possibility that only works with Romans.
  22. 1 point
    Incidentally, am I the only one who first misread the title as "beer gut"
  23. 1 point
    If you cut off a man's head, and bury his body without his head, within 2000 years he will be dead. Evidence provided by beheadings during the rule of Rome.
  24. 1 point
    I'm questioning the slut-shaming aspect of this. The moment you say "She was asking for it!" is the second you say "I plead guilty!" I looked further into some cases involving "slut shaming" and I no longer agree it was slut shaming. Ultimately, each case came down to Her word against His word. Her word won all of the cases I looked into. Now, most of the defense, they claimed were men just trying to slut shame the girl and that just because she was dressed a certain way etc etc etc. But, that's NOT what they were doing. They were attacking the credibility of the accuser. Because ultimately, if it's just Her word against His word, with very little evidence, what else can you do? The only evidence against the man beside her word is circumstantial evidence. Wrong place, at the wrong time. The defense was trying to prove he did NOT rape her, and in only 1 case(There are more, I only found 1 case where they did this), did they try to prove it was consensual sex(it was a boyfriend & girlfriend.) It was never "she was a slut. It's her fault." it was always "Her story is conflicting, this is a false accusation." Which, in most of the cases, I concur. It seemed like the man raped the girl. But he is still entitled to a defense, and if the ONLY defense is Her word against His, it's always going to be trying to disprove her word. There is a difference between slut shaming, and legally defending the accused. Because legally defending the accused does not include slut shaming, it does, however, include attacking the credibility of the victim, which for some reason is now considered slut-shaming.
  25. 1 point
    Except we know senses can be fooled... logic just looks at what is possible and rules out what is not and draws no conclusions when there is insufficient data. In fact, logic looks at nothing - it is just a tool used for analysis.
  26. -1 points
    I don't care what you believe. This a science forum. Don't expect anyone to follow your belief system as qualification to participate in this thread.
  27. -1 points
    Science is based on evidence, not opinions. Please provide evidence that the leadership in our country is brain dead since you insist on it being scientific. As such, I have conflicting evidence including videos of the President of the United States walking around and talking, leading me to believe he is not brain dead. Additionally, several members of Congress have also recently been seen participating in activities ranging from talking, walking, breathing, driving, and, intelligent political debate.
  28. -1 points
    Leadership is an entity, not a person. Your spin fails. And yet again, you are not the boss of me.
  29. -1 points
    Alright. You may have your name calling session so you can get all your rage out.
  30. -1 points
    Any relevant discussion?
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  32. -1 points
    Raider5678; Thank you. In this forum, when I see a member with over a thousand posts, but a low reputation, it usually means that they can and do think. Thanks for proving me right. Yes, there are lots of cases, and one must remember that this type of case is judged and prosecuted by different laws in the different States. This type of crime is under the jurisdiction of the States, not the Federal, so there can be differences in the actual wording of the laws, the Statutes that apply, and the Court procedures. That may not seem like it should make a great difference because it is all illegal, but it can make a difference in the Courts. For example: Some Courts may allow her prior sexual experience to be admitted as evidence, others may not. Although some people in this thread would have you believe that this injustice is all about women and sexual assaults, that is nonsense. Consider the following scenario: A man calls the police and says he has been burglarized. They come to his home. While filing out the report, they ask, "How did the burglar get in? Is there any sign of forced entry." The man states that he does not usually lock his doors, so that would not be a problem. The police ask if he has any idea who might have done this. The man states, "Well, there was a guy, who was down on his luck, so I let him stay here for a few days. He is gone and my property is gone." The police finish the report. Would this matter be prosecuted? Unlikely. There may have been a crime, but there is no case. Fingerprints are irrelevant because the man lived there and there was no forced entry. Even if you caught the guy red-handed with the goods, he could simply say that the homeowner gave him the property. It is his word against his word. In many cases, the only thing that the prosecutor has is the HOPE of prosecuting because of the "victim's" credibility. Would his insurance company reimburse him for his losses? Unlikely. They would most often claim that there could have been collusion between the men in the hope of ripping off the insurance. The most likely outcome is that the police tell him to start locking his doors and stop moving in strangers. Maybe this is "stupid man" shaming. All crimes are not reported. Police, when called, do not always make out a report. Prosecution does not always happen. Conviction is never sure. The biggest difference between sexual assault crimes and other crimes is that no one is keeping count on the others and screaming for justice. Swansont; Maybe you should take that up with the American Bar Association. "To Kill a Mockingbird" may have been based on that case. All cases do not make it into the textbooks, but I know it was an old case when we studied it in the early 1980's. I remember being surprised that attempted rape could carry a longer sentence than rape. Hopefully, that law has changed. Of course racial issues were the driving factor. All cases, where credibility is part of the decision, have to take biases into account -- that means most cases. It is just like in this thread. People want confirmation of what they believe, not facts. Giving them facts is likely to make you guilty of something and sentence you to 3 down votes and accusations of "victim blaming". You are making me laugh. I hate to shock you with this information, but most "evidence" is testimony. Even if you have actual physical evidence, it means very little without testimony. For example: We will say that a one hundred dollar bill passed from your hand to my hand. That is the physical evidence, much like a rape kit that proves a transfer of bodily fluids. So when this money passed, what did it mean? Was it a gift? Or a reward for something that I did? A loan? Was it payment for something purchased or contracted? A deposit that must be returned? A retainer fee that does not have to be returned? Was it theft? Or maybe I swindled you. Which of the above is found to be true depends mostly on testimony, and with testimony comes bias. So credibility is kind of important. If you have credibility, then you can lie all day long and get away with it as long as you are a reasonably good liar. So what do you think the point is? Please review my post to Raider above. What do you think the OP is about? It is about power, all kinds of power, and it's abuses. The power of wealth and position, the power of beauty, the power of sex and sexuality, the power of genders, the power of races, the power of innocence, the power of victims, the power of media and how these powers are used and abused. The power to down vote someone without telling them why, which is in my opinion one of the more gutless powers, because we have the right to down vote, but no responsibility -- and don't even have to admit we did it. Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. When power gives you rights without responsibilities, you have absolute power over something and will be corrupted. It is inevitable. Maybe so, but that is not what we are talking about here. Men and women are not equal; if you don't believe me look at some of CharonY's posts. As for blaming; CharonY blames men, you blame the judicial system even though you obviously don't know anything about it, and both of you blame me. I am not blaming women for anything, I am just looking for feasible solutions and know that they can not be found by writing more laws as that is already tipping in the wrong direction. Raider5678; I did not read this when Outrider presented it as I was occupied, but it is interesting. I have little doubt that the child was raped. I also doubt that the boys had any idea of the realities and consequences of their actions -- this was a tragedy all the way around. So many lives ruined. She was 14 years old, right at the beginning of the "age of rape" when little girls want to be beautiful, exciting, and glamorous, but have no idea of how to be women yet. The boys were simply ignorant and arrogant, which is what boys often are, before they become men. What was a 14 year old doing, going to a party with "friends" where there was drinking and obviously no adult supervision? Did she have her parents' permission? If so, maybe they should be prosecuted. If she didn't, that may be why the attorney was so rough on her. I was remembering when my youngest turned 14. She wanted a party, but believed like most teens that you can not have fun without getting high, so thought that no one would come to her party. We threw her a bang up party with 40 or 50 kids and a few drop-ins. There was no booze, no drugs, and if they wanted to smoke they had to leave the yard. But we gave them a scavenger hunt that had them running around the whole neighborhood, tons of food, dancing with a Rent-to-Own stereo system, lots of games, a bonfire, and two tents for the 12 that were spending the night -- one for girls and one for boys. Her Father and I stayed up all night and kept our eyes on them. I think I would trust a ten year old alone before I would trust a 14 year old. There are three times in a child's life when they must be watched closely; in the first year when they are turning into a person, in the toddler stage when they are turning into a child, and in the teen years when they are trying to be adults. It is the times of change that are most dangerous. Gee
  33. -1 points
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