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  1. "The Mueller investigation found no evidence that President Trump or any of his aides coordinated with the Russian government’s 2016 election interference, according to a summary of the special counsel’s key findings made public on Sunday by Attorney General William P. Barr." https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/mueller-finds-no-trump-russia-conspiracy-but-stops-short-of-exonerating-president-on-obstruction/ar-BBVaNbB?ocid=spartandhp What this means is the amount of in-the-open "collusion" does not amount to EVIDENCE for criminal conspiracy, beyond a reasonable doubt. That means that Trump, and those around him, were aware enough that cooperating with Russians was a no-no, so they were extra careful to not leave evidence behind. They were smooth criminals, clever grifters. They got away with it....so far until the several other investigations reach conclusions. "...Mr. Mueller’s report states that “while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does NOT exonerate him” on the obstruction of justice issue." Then, on cue, Trump announced that he is "completely and totally exonerated."
  2. It's just hard to imagine how, when, or where, absolutely nothing ever existed. If a big bang came out of it, then that potential for a big bang is not nothing.
  3. "Nothing" never existed, nor will it ever exist.
  4. Airbrush

    John McCain

    It shocked me, but not surprising, to see Trump claim, in the recent interview by Maria Bartiromo, the first thing that pops into his diminished mind why he hated John McCain so much, calling him "horrible," is that McCain voted NO on repeal and replace Obamacare, and Trump LIED substantially that McCain's vote took health care away from people. Bartiromo did not call it out, so she is complicit. The GOP replacements to Obamacare (25% approval) were half as popular as Obamacare (50% approval), if I recall correctly, and would in fact take health care away from millions of people. This is another of a million examples of psychological projection by Trump. He accuses everyone else of doing, or being, what he does, or how he is. Very clever tactic to hold his simple-minded base, who either don't notice, don't believe, or don't care. https://www.mediaite.com/tv/watch-trump-fumes-and-calls-foxs-maria-bartiromo-fake-news-for-grilling-him-on-mccain-attacks/ "...All three senators had their reasons, and they had each hinted for weeks that they would be reluctant to back the Senate’s various Obamacare repeal proposals. By the wee hours of Friday morning, three different Senate plans — a robust repeal-and-replace bill, a cleaner repeal bill, and finally so-called skinny repeal — had failed over three days of debate. "Collins and Murkowski voted down all three. They had said for two months that they wouldn’t support a plan that resulted in millions fewer Americans having health coverage. The three health care bills that Republicans tried to pass would have led to between 16 million and 32 million fewer Americans having health insurance, when compared to Obamacare. "McCain, though, was the surprise. Diagnosed with brain cancer and the subject of much speculation after a rousing Senate speech calling for a return to an open and bipartisan process in the Senate, the Arizona Republican joined the other Republican dissenters at the climax of the Senate health care fight — and helped kill the bill." https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/7/28/16054700/senate-obamacare-repeal-john-mccain-susan-collins-lisa-murkowski
  5. Airbrush

    Dangerous politic climate

    "When Bill O'Reilly told Trump that Putin was 'a killer' because of the number of journalists and dissidents murdered in Russia, Trump replied, "There are a lot of killers....We have a lot of killers." 'Well, you think our country is so innocent?" https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4192606/Trump-respects-Putin-says-lot-killers.html Because of his extreme level of narcissism, Trump lacks any empathy. He is a privileged, spoiled boy, who rages uncontrollably about his enemies and holds a grudge. He MAY have utilized his friendship with Putin to have a Russian hitman remove someone for him. "We have a lot of killers." That can just as well mean "Putin and I (we) have access to a lot of killers." When Trump and Putin emerged from their secret meeting in Helsinki, Putin worked hard at controlling the grin on his face, with delight. Putin was nearly humming "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee- A." Trump had a grim look, like he just got a scolding from his boss. Then Trump forced a fake-looking smile. Then he said Putin was "strong and powerful" (which mean the same thing) in his denial of interfering in the US election.
  6. Air is not nothing. You can't see it, but it is a gas. Space is not nothing. Just because you cannot see, detect, or define empty space, doesn't mean it is nothing. The something we can see, came out of something we cannot see.
  7. Airbrush

    Dangerous politic climate

    If you watch the video he looks like the average crazed dictator, or mob boss, boasting to their crowd. "I have the most loyal voters....where I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and I wouldn't lose any voters....OK?! It's like incredible." https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=trump+said+he+could+shoot+someone+on+fifth+avenue&qpvt=trump+said+he+could+shoot+someone+on+fifth+avenue&view=detail&mid=0DDCAFAFE6A3320A40600DDCAFAFE6A3320A4060&&FORM=VRDGAR He would not lose votes from his base. His supporters will just brush it aside with disbelief or rationalize it. "That is just Trump being Trump. He's funny... He's just exaggerating.....big deal....we want a street fighter....someone who acts tough." More recently he insinuated that if the Dems go too far investigating him, it would be bad because the police, military, and bikers will fight for him. Insinuating civil war. "I can tell you I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump – I have the tough people, but they don't play it tough [YET] — until they [Democrats] go to a certain point [investigate too much], and then it would be very bad, very bad." https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6811279/Trump-issues-ominous-warning-support-police-military-bikers.html His response to the NZ shooter when asked if he thinks there is a rise in white nationalism worldwide: "I don't really. I think it's a small group of people that have very, very serious problems, I guess," the president replied. "If you look what happened in New Zealand, perhaps that's the case. I don't know enough about it yet … But it's certainly a terrible thing." What he means is it is ONLY a small group of people with serious problems. No big deal. It's JUST that their "problem" is Muslims, as well as other groups of people that are not white nationalists. They are not "animals" as he calls the despicable immigrant invaders, they are JUST a few people with PROBLEMS, no big deal. They are not terrorists. It is a "terrible THING" that white nationalists are forced to take action against the invaders, who are bringing drugs and crime over the border fence, so he needs a taller wall to stop them. Therefore the national emergency declaration.
  8. Also unknown is almost every other question you may ask about dark matter.
  9. There already is an extra weight "coverall," the heavy equipment with the space suit. What you want is to sleep in one g.
  10. If you are trying to "simulate earth gravity on the moon," the way to do it is with a giant centrifuge for sleeping quarters underground. The quarters would be angled inward towards a central hub, like a merri-go-round at the park.
  11. Airbrush

    What is your favorite tv series at the moment?

    "How the Universe Works" on the Science channel. In the last episode about finding Earth 2.0, some think that red dwarf stars are not promising for advanced civilizations. We should look for stars about the size of our Sun and a planet about the size of Earth, not very common. They really have not found a planet as nice as Earth, yet.
  12. It depends on how many siblings you have. My eldest brother moved away to live on college campus. My second eldest brother joined the Navy. There was space for me in the basement until age 27, when I found a job with 1.5 hours commute by bus each way. I moved because I found a room closer to my job. It was in a big house with members of a Hindu cult called Ananda Marga, which was an adventure. There was a resident yogi. After a few months I married one of the cult members so she could get a green card, and we are still together 37 years later.
  13. Fox News started out as the anti-Obama channel. They had 8 years of practice defaming Obama, especially with Birtherism. Whenever I watched Fox News during Obama's term, the main story was how Obama was the source of all evil in this world.
  14. Inflation helps explain the big bang theory.
  15. Airbrush

    Sunrise to sunset lapse... on the moon.

    Here's an easy way to remember. The Moon is tidally locked with Earth. The Moon orbits the Earth once per month. So one Moon day is about as long as one Earth month. So sunrise to sunset on the Moon is about half that (15 Earth days). 360hours / 24hours = 15 days. You were correct! https://www.universetoday.com/20524/how-long-is-a-day-on-the-moon-1/