19 September 2023

Tuesday Links - 19 September

Zero Hedge is up first with an important bit of news Here's The Climate Dissent You're Not Hearing About Because It's Muffled By Society's Top Institutions

In response last month, more than 1,600 scientists, among them two Nobel physics laureates, Clauser and Ivar Giaever of Norway, signed a declaration stating that there is no climate emergency, and that climate advocacy has devolved into mass hysteria. The skeptics say the radical transformation of entire societies is marching forth without a full debate, based on dubious scientific claims amplified by knee-jerk journalism.

Broken Truth - Meet Shots Heard’s Dorit Reiss, the UC Hastings Prof. of Law Dismantling Your Rights

Dorit lurks in the Shots Heard private facebook group, which is administered and moderated by employees of Public Good Projects, a ‘nonprofit’ that received $883,000 from pharma lobbyist group ‘BIO’ in 2021. The facebook group is linked to many government and political organizations, but behind prying eyes members conspired to deny civil rights to anyone who violated their political and pro-pharma agendas

SiGraybeard - Firefly Aerospace Launches Victus Nox Mission

Victus Nox (Latin for "conquer the night") is a US Space Force initiative to have a short response time between notification of a need and the rocket blasting off. Space Force announced today that the first Victus Nox mission was launched successfully September 14th at 7:28 PM local time from Vandenberg SFB, Complex 2 West.

From Professor David Yamane's seminar Sociology of Guns - Guns are “Exhilarating and Frightening” (Fall 2023 Student Range Visit Reflection #1)

This is the first of several student gun range field trip reflection essays from my fall 2023 Sociology of Guns seminar. ... I am grateful to these students for their willingness to have their thoughts shared publicly.

Tam at View from the Porch - Screwing Up By The Numbers

This Tactical Tangents podcast is an excellent breakdown of the colossal multilevel failure that surrounded the killing of Breonna Taylor (for which nobody has yet been held adequately accountable, in my opinion.)

Flopping Aces - “Close the freaking border!”

New York democrats held a townhall meeting in the New York city today and New Yorkers got a hard lesson in reality- their representatives don’t give a flying f*** about them.

Pixy Misa at Ambient Irony - Daily News Stuff 18 September 2023: ChatGPT Or Not ChatGPT Edition

ChatGPT is not coming for your programming job - unless you are a very bad programmer. (Wired)

Programming is hard. Or rather, programming well is hard.

The Other McCain - Quashawn, Rashan, and ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ in Polk County

Because he didn’t like going to school, Quashawn probably never read the Lemony Snicket books, A Series of Unfortunate Events. But there is an interesting and somewhat ironic narrative to how he reached that final chapter, bleeding out in a Winter Haven driveway.1111


  1. Talyor was deep into the drug trade. She was used as a shield by her drug dealer boy friend who opened fire on the police. While I have no use for no knock raids. I have less use for articles like this moronic torturing of the truth. There is a reason that an incident this old is closed. The truth is obvious to all but those who hate the police.

    1. The principle problem with the entire Breonna Taylor incident is that the lead detective fabricated evidence to get the warrant. You may say that "Expecting cops to obey the law is hating cops," but a lot of people feel differently.


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