>Participants must be within a reasonable drive to ARIEM's Natick, Massachusetts, location, and be willing to go without anything but MREs, water and black coffee for three weeks — no other food or drink, including no alcohol. The study, which includes multiple blood draws and other medical scans, requires a six-week commitment.
>>12851 Sounds like a welcome restful mission for some army volunteers. It doesn't even mention that they have to do rigorous bootcamp workouts or anything, just eat shit food for 3 weeks and get tested for 6 weeks. Some of those MREs aren't that bad tasting at all, but I don't know about the bacteria they are talking about in the article.
>>12771 I don't understand why Paramount hates Star Trek so much. Just sell it to some party who cares about it already and stop ruining it.
Different regimes at Paramount have been fucking with the time honored formula of what Roddenberry intended ever since he died in the early 90s. Except every time there is a management turnaround at the top of the company it gets worse because they all think they are going to 'fix' what the last management regime broke. This is how people like Braga and Berman were... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Poland's parliament on Wednesday approved new legislation that gives the government control of state radio and television stations in a move that has raised EU concern.
Following a heated debate, the lower chamber voted 232-152 with 34 abstentions to adopt amendments to the media law that were proposed by the ruling conservative Law and Justice party.
If it takes effect, the legislation would give the Treasury Minister the authority to appoint heads of the state-run radio and TV, would limit the number of members in the supervisory boards and the boards of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said that Tehran had received nearly 197 tons of of uranium concentrate powder needed for the enrichment process, in exchange for 11 tons of low enriched uranium (LEU).
> Salehi said that Iran had carried out the exchange with Russia in accordance with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s letter regarding compliance with the Joint Comprehensive... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>12742 I've been extremely surprised how well the Iranians have managed to accomplish their goals. Not only did the sanctions get lifted, they still have the ability to develop nuclear weapons within a short amount of time. That's basically having a soft nuclear deterrent on you.
Take that along with the massive amount of influence they've been developing in Iraq (not sure how much they've gained in Syria), and Iran is sitting mighty happy as far as middle eastern geopolitics is concerned.
>An arrest warrant has been issued for entertainer Bill Cosby for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand at his Elkins Park, Pennsylvania mansion in January 2004, Montgomery County District Attorney-Elect Kevin Steele said at a Wednesday press conference.
Further your education and practice proper lab safety in the coming years. Commercial and diplomatic space flight will be more than possible or at least this non-O would project about as much. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pq-S557XQU&list=PLzKiypScsQiNKqY4UVvJPr-ViwCgwIjnd
>Still, the United States only ranks 25 out of 39 nations in 2013, according to the FCC. It said the United States was behind many countries including France, Canada, Germany and Japan -- but ahead of Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Israel. The fastest was Luxembourg with average download speeds of 47.32 Mbps.
Anyway, I'm sure this just some loony fundie hearing what they want to hear. I remember a story from years ago about talking doll that supposedly said "Islam is the light." Sounded like absolute gibberish.
The influx of EU migrants can lead to pay reductions of nearly two per cent in some industries including catering, hotels and elderly care, the research showed.
Campaigners last night seized on the document as official confirmation that EU migration is undermining the living standards of the UK’s least paid workers.
Lord Green of Deddington, the chairman of the pressure group Migration Watch, said: “For many years the immigration lobby have claimed that there is no evidence that immigration has any significant effect on the wages of British workers.
“This... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>12502 http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/research/Documents/workingpapers/2015/swp574.pdf >What should we make of this finding? Our earlier investigation into the facts about immigration unveiled that low-skill occupations, such as semi-unskilled services, had witnessed the largest increases in immigration in recent years. If immigrants in these occupations earn less than natives, the 1.88 percent negative impact of immigration on wages reported above could simply reflect compositional changes... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>12516 Well, remember that they're both producers and consumers. Increasing the population means increasing aggregate demand, while will increase prices and therefore wages. The question is whether that effect is enough to counteract the effect of the increased workforce on aggregate supply, and therefore wages.
I would draw a picture showing how both AS and AD increase with an increase in the quantity of people in the economy, but no images on /news/. Sorry
Bad judgement leads to bad politics and bad hairsyles. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trumps-effect-on-muslim-migrant-debate-reverberates-in-heartland/2015/12/29/0fd05b4a-a818-11e5-bff5-905b92f5f94b_story.html
Iraqi Government ground and US Coalition air forces delivered the most crushing defeat to the IS Group to date. As the provincial capital of Anbar the city is highly symbolic for the Iraqi nation, and as the third largest city formerly under the control of the "caliphate" the impact on IS is two fold. First, the IS group will be losing tax income, manpower, a staging area to threaten Baghdad, and the perception of being blessed by their death god. Second, the loss of the city... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>12490 I take it as a proof of concept. If the Coalition can find and support fighters that will push out warlords in Iraq without replacing them with terrorism then it can also be done in Syria. If something worse doesn't follow ISIS tyranny then it won't necessarily follow Assad tyranny.
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