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  1. 14 minutes ago, cpu68 said:

    I am an atheist because faith in God belongs to the backward phase of the development of civilization

    I am also an atheist, because I have found the answer to the question of the origin of the universe without the participation of God.

  2. Here is another call for the genocide of Russians.This is the Ambassador of Ukraine to Kazakhstan Petar Vrublevski. He says that it is necessary to kill as many Russians as possible: "The more Russians we kill now, the less our children will have to kill."

    https://srbin.info/en/svet/sto-vise-rusa-ubijemo-manje-ce-morati-nasa-deca-moskva-reagovala-na/

    The Ambassador of Ukraine to Kazakhstan, Pyotr Vrublevsky, was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic after his statements made in an interview with Kazakh blogger Dias Kuzairov. "The Kazakh side expressed its position on the unacceptability and incompatibility of such statements with the activities of the ambassador of a foreign state. Such actions should not damage friendly relations between states," the Kazakh Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

  3. A photo of Natalia Volk (Shaban) official ID appeared on the web, she is suspected of the murder of Daria Dugina

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    In December 2014, military unit 3057 was reorganized into the 18th Operational Regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine. It included the Azov and Donbass battalions. In October 2019, the 12th Operational Brigade of the National Guard of Ukraine was deployed on the basis of the 18th Operational Regiment[3].

    10 minutes ago, J.C.MacSwell said:

    There's right wing extremists in most countries. Russia included.

    Alexander Dugin, for example.

    There are right-wing extremists, but not Nazis. Russia is a multinational country, so nationalism would inevitably lead to the collapse of Russia. Therefore, Putin dealt very harshly with the Russian Nazis ten years ago. The most famous Russian Nazi named Tesak hanged himself in a prison in Chelyabinsk because of ill-treatment.

  4. Businessman Konstantin Malofeev, at the request of Alexander Dugin, published his statement:

    "As you all know, as a result of a terrorist attack carried out by the Nazi Ukrainian regime, on August 20, when returning from the Tradition festival near Moscow, my daughter Daria Dugina was brutally killed by an explosion in front of my eyes. She was a beautiful Orthodox girl, a patriot, a military officer, an expert on central channels, a philosopher. Her speeches and reports have always been deep, grounded and restrained. She never called for violence and war.
    She was a rising star at the beginning of her career.

    The enemies of Russia have viciously, surreptitiously killed her. But we, our people, cannot be broken even by such unbearable blows. They wanted to suppress our will with bloody terror against the best and most vulnerable of us. But they won't get their way. Our hearts are not just hungry for revenge or retribution, it's too petty, not in Russian. We only need our Victory. My daughter laid her maiden life on her altar. So win, please! We wanted to raise her as a smart girl and a hero. Let her inspire the sons of our Motherland to the feat even now," Alexander Dugin said.

  5. 11 hours ago, J.C.MacSwell said:

    ooks like Russia is starting to experience some of the nastier consequences of the Special Operation.

    Darya Dugina, 29 year old daughter of Aleksandr Dugin, a Russian far-right political philosopher and a supporter of Russian president Vladimir Putin, has been killed just outside of Moscow in what is likely to have been an assassination attempt on Dugin himself.

    The FSB announced the discovery of the murder of Russian journalist Daria Dugina

    The Ukrainian special services are behind the murder

    🔻 The performer is a citizen of Ukraine Natalia Vovk, born in 1979

    🔻 She arrived in Russia on July 23 with her daughter Sofia Shaban

    🔻 They rented an apartment in the house where Dugina lived in Moscow

    🔻 A "Mini Cooper" was used to spy on the girl. The numbers were changed three times on it - the license plates of the DPR, Kazakhstan and Ukraine were used

    On the day of the crime, Vovk and his daughter came to the Tradition festival, and after the controlled explosion on August 21, they left via Pskov for Estonia

  6. MSU physicists and colleagues have found a way to control a single spin.

    The staff of the Faculty of Physics of the Moscow State University and the Ioffe Institute of Physics and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences proposed an original design of a semiconductor nanostructure that allows orienting a single spin with an electric current. This will help to develop the components of quantum devices.

    In this work, they managed to make a fundamental breakthrough and propose a way to completely polarize localized spins in semiconductors.

    "To do this, it is necessary to create a structure based on a two—dimensional hole gas consisting of a quantum wire with heavy holes and a quantum dot with light holes," said Vladimir Mantsevich, professor of the Department of Semiconductor Physics and Cryoelectronics at the Faculty of Physics of Moscow State University.

    Scientists note that the original design of nanostructures proposed by them can be implemented on the basis of different semiconductors, for example silicon, germanium or gallium arsenide.

    https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2022/NH/D1NH00685A

    On 8/19/2022 at 7:08 PM, mistermack said:

    And his economy is doing very well, in spite of the propeganda put out about the Russian economic disaster. Imports are hugely down and exports are up in value, because the Ruble is now so strong, and commodity prices are so high. 

    Add to this the termination of the withdrawal of capital to the West due to the arrests of assets of Russian oligarchs and not only oligarchs. In this way, the West played into the hands of the Russian economy.

  7. 6 hours ago, swansont said:
    7 hours ago, SergUpstart said:

    Only a system of objects can possess energy.

    What’s your evidence of the bolded statement?

    Potential energy is always the energy of a system of interacting bodies. Spring - the atoms in the spring interact, the potential energy of the suspended load W = mgH, - the load interacts with the gravity source, the the charged capacitor - charges on its plates interact in it....

    The kinetic energy mv^2/2 is not related to the interaction, but a second object is still needed, with which the reference frame is connected, in which the velocity equal to v.

    E=mc^2 is the potential energy.

  8. 3 hours ago, swansont said:

    What is the evidence that they have an internal structure?

    Here is the question in this regard? The particle has energy E=mc^2. Only a system of objects can possess energy. So what is the nature of this energy E=mc^2? There are two possible answers.

    1. This is the interaction energy of the component parts of the particle.
    2. This is the energy of interaction of a particle with the entire universe, based on C^2=-Phi, E=-mPhi

  9. On 8/3/2022 at 3:38 PM, Bufofrog said:

    My  dad use to say a benign dictatorship is the best form of government, but unfortunately there is no way to keep it benign over time.

    It's not about softness/rigidity. The main thing here is whose interests the dictator defends, the interests of his people or the interests of international financial capital.

    Trump would act more in the interests of the people of the United States, and Alexander Lukashenko clearly acts in the interests of the people of Belarus.

  10. 12 minutes ago, Markus Hanke said:

    That’s because elementary particles - as opposed to composite particles - do not have any internal structure; that’s why they’re termed ‘elementary’.

    They must have an internal structure. Another thing is that it is unknown to us, so this internal structure is a "black box" for us.

  11. 4 hours ago, Trurl said:

    Strategically probably not. Did George W. Bush do this with Husain?

    Sure it would be great to give democracy and stop the spread of communism. But wasn’t that be Vietnam?

    In Russia in 1999, the expression "we bring you democracy on the wings of Tomahawks" appeared

    The well-known Russian journalist Yulia Latynina (she has left Russia for a couple of years and is now actively demonizing Putin on YouTube) saw the main danger to democracy in the fact that in Western countries the proportion of the population who live off the state budget on pensions and benefits is growing. When their share exceeds 51%, democracy will come to an end, she believes. As a solution to this problem, she suggested that the state buy votes from everyone, like in the elections you can get either 5000 (rubles, dollars, euros ...) or a newsletter.

  12. On June 29, the Earth unexpectedly made a revolution around the axis 1.59 ms faster than 24 hours, and this became its fastest revolution since atomic clocks began tracking such data with great accuracy in the 1960s.
    In recent years, the Earth's rotation has been gradually accelerating, but no one knows why this is happening. Since 2020, the planet has already broken the rotation speed record a couple dozen times, despite the fact that nothing like this had happened for decades before.
    The Earth is not a perfect ball, so its rotation is constantly fluctuating, being subject to a variety of factors, including its internal structure, the tidal effect of the Moon, climatic changes. One team of scientists suggested that the acceleration of rotation may be due to fluctuations in the geographical poles of the Earth. This phenomenon was discovered in the XIX century by the American astronomer Seth Carlo Chandler, and is called the "Chandler oscillation of the poles."
    According to Matt King, a professor at the University of Tasmania, a specialist in observing the behavior of the planet, this is really a strange phenomenon. Clearly something has changed, and it has changed in a way that has not manifested itself since the advent of precision radio astronomy in the 1970s.
    If the days continue to shorten, scientists will have to subtract a second from the readings of the atomic clock. This will be the first case of a negative correction of the arrows in history. Since 1972, the scientific world has adopted the practice of adding an additional second, which is added to the coordinated Universal time (UTC) scale to align it with the average solar time UT1. So far we have only had to add these seconds, but not subtract them.
    At the same time, scientists previously calculated that due to changes in the interaction of the Earth with the Moon in 6.7 million years, the day on Earth should become one minute longer.

    It can be assumed that the core of the Earth cools and contracts, and then its rotation accelerates due to the law of conservation of angular momentum.

  13. On 8/1/2022 at 4:42 PM, MigL said:

    If China totally destroys the island, the world will turn against them.

    China is beginning to establish a naval and air blockade of the island. The import of sand to Taiwan and the export of fish and citrus fruits from Taiwan have already been banned. (There is no sand in Taiwan, and construction is impossible without sand)

  14. 39 minutes ago, MigL said:

    China is the biggest 'producer' in the world.
    North America and Europe ( all democracies ) are the biggest 'consumers' in the world.

    This means that the trade balance of the "democracies" with China is in short supply. What is it covered with? The fact that China and the producing countries increased reserves in dollars and euros. But this cannot go on forever, especially considering that the US national debt is already 30 trillion. So the world is on the verge of a big shoo-in.

  15. 28 minutes ago, swansont said:

    A block of a radioactive material just sits there. Half of its atoms decay in one half-life. Or just one atom sits there, and decays after some time.  Where is the "moving energy"?

    Are protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom stationary relative to each other? And quarks in protons and neutrons can't move relative to each other?

    9 minutes ago, mistermack said:

    A photon is decribed as a "packet of energy".  And it moves at the speed of light in a vacuum. Surely that means moving energy?

    Rather than moving, it jumps over. A photon has no trajectory in the classical sense, a photon has only a point of birth and a point of its absorption. We cannot trace the trajectory of a photon between these two points in principle, since it is possible to see a photon only by destroying it (absorbing it).

  16. In the middle of the last century, there was a theory of the Soviet astrophysicist Nikolai Kozyrev, according to which time, not hydrogen, burns in the stars.

    https://docviewer.yandex.ru/?tm=1659347015&tld=ru&lang=en&name=leivaditis_comments.pdf&text=kozyrev+'s+theory&url=http%3A//www.chronos.msu.ru/old/RREPORTS/kozyrev_100/leivaditis_comments.pdf&lr=213&mime=pdf&l10n=ru&sign=d4dd4d67cd7f8819ad695224d85b347d&keyno=0

    But it did not pass the experimental test.

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