Saturday, November 07, 2009

Freedom of Speech in the US House of Reps

What can anyone say about this? It's just embarrassing. This is the level of debate in our House of Representatives.

Large Hadron Collider Stalled Again? By Bread?

Last year the large hadron collider was "turned on" and failed due to an electrical "glitch". After almost a year of waiting, another "glitch" prevented the collider from being activated - bread crumbs.

A few weeks ago, it was suggested that the large hadron collider could be sabotaging itself from the future.
What Holger Bech Nielsen, of the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, and Masao Ninomiya of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyoto, are suggesting is that the Higgs boson, the particle that physicists hope to produce with the collider, might be “abhorrent to nature”.

What does that mean? According to Nielsen, it means that the creation of the boson at some point in the future would then ripple backwards through time to put a stop to whatever it was that had created it in the first place.
Now this hypothesis is pretty hard to accept although it was mentioned by Fox News which gives it some level of credence to a certain population.

The above represents the standard model for 12 elementary particles (quarks and leptons) and the four fundamental force carriers. The Higgs boson, in the center, anchors them all together (more here - god particle). The Higgs boson, is thought to give all other matter its mass, without which gravity could not work.

In the current television series, "Flashforward", everyone on earth got a quick glimpse of the future when the LHC was activated.

As I see it, there are 3 possibilities: first, every time we attempt to activate the LHC, something happens to cause a glitch. This would lend more credence to the "future ripple hypothesis". Second, it is activated, creates a black hole and the earth is devoured (terminator from future failed to cause glitch in LHC?), or the LHC functioned properly but in an unexpected manner. Third, and most likely, the LHC is activated, a Higgs boson is detected and we learn more about the Higgs Boson.

Friday, November 06, 2009

Ft. Hood Shooter Advised Obama!!!!

You won't hear this on the mainstream media, but here is the story direct from World Net Daily! More proof that Pres. Obama is a communist trying to socialize our naziism.

Communists Want to Socialize Your Naziism

Jon Stewart spoofs Glen Beck. I have never watched the Glenn Beck show but this clip of Stewart spoofing Beck makes me want to start watching the show. It is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. Can anyone tell me, is it really how Beck acts on his show? If viewers really buy this crap?

I can't post the actual video because it has some html coding problems, but go here to view it.

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Bachmann's Million Person Anti-Health Rally

G. Gordon Liddy reports one million people today at the Bachmann anti-healthcare rally. I guess he didn't see this picture of the huge crowd.

Were they able to fit the entire million people in Nancy Pelosi's office I wonder?

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Fox News Sure is Accurate

Doug Shows His Colors

Don't ask Doug Hoffman to disagree with Rush "The Drugster" Limbaugh. Bestiality jokes about a fellow politician....OK with Doug.

Hoffman to Protect Marriage

The above ad was paid for by the "National Organization for Marriage". This is an organization that provides scientific reasons for why marriage (between a man and a women)matters.

Marriage reduces the risk of poverty for children and communities. I agree. So allowing any two people who love each other to marry reduces the risk of poverty.

Both men and women who marry live longer, healthier and happier lives. So if two people who love each other get married they will also live longer, healthier and happier lives.

Just living together is not the same as marriage. Again, I agree. Two people who love each other should be encouraged to get married.

So how exactly does same sex marriage endanger marriage?

“How will my same-sex marriage hurt your marriage?” Well, allowing same sex marriage will "force everyone to dramatically and permanently alter our definition of marriage." Wow! That is really dangerous and scary.

“Is polygamy next?” Hell yes. Just listen to what this dangerous gay guy has to say: I think it’s possible to love more than one person and have more than one partner. . . . In our case, it is. We have an open marriage See, married men and women never cheat or have "open marriages".

“What will public school teach?” Heather and her two Mommies will become standard kindergarten fare. Complete BS, but so what if it is true. Is there something wrong with teaching tolerance?

Monday, November 02, 2009

Hoffman Praises Beck as Mentor

HOFFMAN: I have good mentors here.

GLENN: Wait, wait. Wait, wait. Are they mentors that will show...

HOFFMAN: I'm talking about you, Glenn.

GLENN: Oh, okay. I was going to say all right, as long as they are standing out from the shadows. [...]

HOFFMAN: No. Yeah, well, I'm going to keep in touch with people like you so I don't get infected with that disease.

So is Doug proud to have a crying rodeo clown as a mentor. Is this the best mentor Doug can find or is Doug just sucking up? This is the blind leading the blind.

GOP Welcomes Moderates

John Boehner wants us to believe that the GOP welcomes moderates to the Republican party:
"We accept moderates in our party, and we want moderates in our party. We cover a wide range of Americans," said Republican House Leader John Boehner in an interview on CNN's "State of the Union."
Anyone with even half a brain knows that is just not true.

A friend of mine gave me what he thought was the Republican definition of a moderate: "someone who is opposed to burning a heretic at the stake".

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Halloween 2010

Hoffman - The Shot Heard Around the World?

From today's Watertown Daily Times editorial:
It is frightening that Mr. Hoffman is so beholden to right-wing ideologues who dismiss Northern New Yorkers as parochial when people here simply want to know how Mr. Hoffman will protect their interests in Washington.
It also appears that Dede is encouraging her supporters to support Bill Owens. In spite of what John Boehner claims, moderates are not welcome in the Republican Party.

Frank Rich on Hoffman & Conservatives

Frank Rich agrees with me:
The battle for upstate New York confirms just how swiftly the right has devolved into a wacky, paranoid cult that is as eager to eat its own as it is to destroy Obama. The movement’s undisputed leaders, Palin and Beck, neither of whom has what Palin once called the “actual responsibilities” of public office, would gladly see the Republican Party die on the cross of right-wing ideological purity. Over the short term, at least, their wish could come true.
Rich continues:
The more rightists who win G.O.P. primaries, the greater the Democrats’ prospects next year. But the electoral math is less interesting than the pathology of this movement. Its antecedent can be found in the early 1960s, when radical-right hysteria carried some of the same traits we’re seeing now: seething rage, fear of minorities, maniacal contempt for government, and a Freudian tendency to mimic the excesses of political foes. Writing in 1964 of that era’s equivalent to today’s tea party cells, the historian Richard Hofstadter observed that the John Birch Society’s “ruthless prosecution” of its own ideological war often mimicked the tactics of its Communist enemies.
The conservatives are attempting to go to war with the unstoppable, changing demographics of the country. It may make themselves feel empowered by attempting to elect Palins and Hoffmans but blacks, hispanics, asians and the young aren't buying what conservatives have to sell.