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  1. "Einstein abandoned the concept in 1931 after Hubble 's discovery of the expanding universe. From the 1930s until the late 1990s, most physicists assumed the cosmological constant to be equal to zero. when did einstein learn cosmological constant was wrong - Bing
  2. I just heard about "seditious conspiracy" in the news. This seems like what happened on Jan 6th. Anyone involved in a conspiracy, where a murder takes place, may be charged with that murder. Who exactly was involved in this conspiracy? If a gang hires a get-away driver for a bank robbery, and the driver does nothing but drive for the gang, and there was NO plan of murdering anyone, BUT a member of the gang commits murder during the robbery, the driver is also charged with murder. "Seditious conspiracy (18 U.S.C. § 2384) is a crime under United States law. It is stated as follows: "If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both." Seditious conspiracy - Wikipedia "The first amendment of the U.S. constitution protects people who have differing ideas from rest of the population. But these rights are not available to persons who make threats. The U.S. Supreme Court has made it clear that free speech extends to protests, the exchange of ideas, and points in debate, but it does not include direct threats to a person's safety." Seditious Conspiracy Law and Legal Definition | USLegal, Inc.
  3. In their point of view. That is how they explain it. My brother complained he thought Obama was becoming a dictator. After so many executive orders by Obama after the senate refused to even vote on every bill Obama and the House introduced. EOs was the only way to do anything and McConnell was proud to be known as the "grim reaper" of Democrat bills.
  4. Chronology: Trump runs for president not because he wants to be president, but as a publicity stunt, as Michael Cohen recalls "only to market himself." Trump strikes a cord with 1/3 of America that suffered under the tyranny of Obama for 8 long years Trump unintentionally wins the election and seemed unprepared for the job. He complained that being president was harder than he thought it would be and decided to take daily "executive time" for several hours every morning to watch TV and tweet Trump correctly intuits that Biden is his main opponent for 2020. In desperation to stay in office to avoid prosecutions, Trump attacks his nemesis, Biden Trump gets impeached for his "perfect" phone call with Ukraine's president, asking for an investigation of Biden Trump openly extorts the GA secretary of state to "find" just enough votes for him to win. "Fellas, fellas, all I need are 11,000 votes..." For weeks Trump asked his fans to show up in DC to a "wild" rally on the 6th of January. In the rally Trump tells his mob to be strong, and fight, fight, fight, and to go to the Capitol, and he was COMING WITH THEM. Then he goes home to watch the action on TV with pleasure and amusement A mob chanted "Hang Mike Pence." A cop was killed with a fire extinguisher. Then a woman (from Qanon) charged thru the broken window and was shot in the chest. This was an internal window with 40 congressmen sheltering on the other side. She fell backwards so the attackers at the window could see one of their own was just killed, so they stopped. The cop shooting the woman may have saved the lives of many. Trump said about the mob, after the attack, that he "loved" them and they were "special." He was forced to record a video saying the attack was bad and the people should be prosecuted, (or he might get the 25th amendment) Trump gets impeached by the House a second time, so he will be remembered in history as the only president to be impeached twice The senate may or may not convict Trump because it takes a supermajority. Prof. Tribe said the vote in senate requires 2/3 of THOSE PRESENT for the vote. If 20 Republicans choose to stay home that day, it is possible to convict Trump with less than 17 GOP votes, after January 20th What major events did I leave out of this brief chronology?
  5. Every swing state, maybe all states, should BETTER educate their citizens on how their elections are handled and security used to keep them free from fraud. All Trump needs to do is find a convincing fiction and repeat it over and over, until it sinks into the minds of his followers. No American president has ever done that, so Americans are not prepared for that Hitler-level of lying. The cult already WANT to believe him, so it is not hard to fool them. That is how Trump's mind works. Since he was spoiled all his life in a bubble of approval, all he needs to do is WANT to believe anything, and he can delude himself into believing it so convincingly that his cult are also convinced.
  6. Does anyone think Trump can be charged with something related to his attack on the Capitol? He incited it. The penalties below do not take account for a murder taking place during the attack, a police officer was bashed to death with a fire extinguisher, and a woman was shot by a cop as she climbing menacingly thru a window inside the Capitol. "A person who commits the following acts faces up to six months’ imprisonment and a $5,000 fine: 1 enters or remains on the floor or in the gallery of the U.S. Senate or House chambers without authorization 2 obstructs or impedes passage through or within the Capitol building or grounds 3 damages or destroys property in Capitol buildings or on Capitol grounds, or assaults an individual in a Capitol building or on Capitol grounds. The penalties increase to a class E felony—punishable by up to five years in prison AND a $250,000 fine—for the following violations involving weapons, force, or violence: 1 carrying, having readily accessible, discharging, or transporting any firearm, dangerous weapon, or explosive on in Capitol buildings or on Capitol grounds, or 2 with force or violence, entering or remaining on the floor of either chamber." Federal Trespassing Laws | CriminalDefenseLawyer.com Trump was telling his supporters for several weeks to come to DC to overthrow election, and that "it's going to be wild!" Wednesday morning Trump tells his crowd, in a rally near the White House to march to the Capitol building and "be strong" and that he was coming with them. Giuliani tells the same crowd to have "trial by combat." Trump then went home to watch it all on TV, amused.
  7. When I read the title of this discussion "An Infinite and Eternal Universe" the first thing I wonder is if the universe is the same as the big bang? The universe may be infinite and eternal, but only if there was something before the big bang. Is the big bang the entire universe? Big bangs could be numerous, if not infinite in number, according to eternal inflation.
  8. It should be easy to get a simple majority in the House to impeach Trump, but it will take 17 GOP senators for a supermajority, to turn against Trump and convict him. Are there 17 GOP senators willing to do this?
  9. Albert Griffiths passed away 12-15-2020 at the age of 74. The Gladiators Write to me Live & Brasil-BAHIA 2006 🎧🔊 - YouTube
  10. Good now the House and Senate can impeach and convict him for his new "perfect" phone call. They can impeach him in their leisure after Jan. 20th, so he can never run for office again. Either that, or take the 25th amendment. Pence, not Trump, called for the national guard. Pence spoiled Trump's Capitol block party. Maybe he can then also be charged with criminally negligent manslaughter. Trump caused wide-spread indifference to the Coronavirus which resulted in hundreds of thousands of needless deaths. What else can Trump be charged with? Oh yeah, he is also "individual #1" in that other crime.
  11. Trump spent one hour on the phone with GA sec of state, with lawyers, and Mark Meadows. This was after 18 attempts by Trump to talk with Raffensperger. Trump has a complete list of the lies that were thrown out of over 50 courts in front of him on the call. That is why it sounds like he "knows" something. First listen to the short 5-minute Youtube and if you have the stomach for it, you can listen to the full one hour of insanity. Audio: Trump berates Ga. secretary of state, urges him to ‘find’ votes - YouTube Now buckle up for one hour of insanity! Full Phone Call: Trump Pressures Georgia Secretary of State To Recount Election Votes | NBC News - YouTube The question is does Trump REALLY believe that there was massive voter fraud in GA? If he really believes it then he may not be guilty of fraud. Trump is in a bubble of approval like he was all his life. He was spoiled by this bubble of approval. When Trump hears fake news about voter fraud, Trump WANTS to believe it so he DOES BELIEVE IT. Those around him never puncture his bubble of delusion, they just dance around it so Trump remains deluded!!
  12. Are there information deserts? Do people living in sparsely-populated areas have fewer TV news channels? Are many people unable to afford cable or satellite TV? If people get all their political news from local TV, how much of it is in favor of Trump or the GOP? If more people had access to both blue and red points of view, maybe they would be better able to distinguish fact from fiction. Trumpism is a fictional narrative, and the cult-members are AWARE it is a fiction. They don't take him literally, they take him "seriously." I noticed in the graphic (below) with dots of density, that the RED dots are usually smaller than the BLUE dots, with the exception of Arizona with a big red dot, a few high-population counties, and in Texas and Florida, that voted overwhelmingly red. The constitution should get amended to redistribute senate seats. The 5 largest-population states should get 3 senators each, and the 5 smallest-population states should get only 1 senate seat, to compensate for the tyranny of the GOP minority. Or split California into two states and combine the Dakotas into one state. That way you end up with 50 states.
  13. Yes excellent graphic above, iNow. That tells the story. Tiny red dots determine the red states, and big blue dots dominate blue states.
  14. Albert Griffiths, lead singer to the Gladiators, passed away 12-15-2020 at the age of 74. (1) The Gladiators - Jah Works Elysée Montmartre 2000 - YouTube
  15. Does the map NOT tell you that the majority of people living in sparsely-populated counties almost ALWAYS vote Republican, and in population-dense areas the majority vote Democrat? Even blue states, except California, almost ALWAYS have Republican control of low population counties.
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