Could say that I guess. Also could say that since the record coolest August was 1927, it's been warmer for 87 years. Neither statement makes a point statistically.
No, that is an example of unmonitored, uncontrolled, uninformed people going nuts in an un-moderated rage riot. The reaction deserves a rebuttal as mush as the action deserves an investigation.
The event was tragic, for sure, but it happens 400 times a year. A police officer uses his weapon. They are allowed to have them. They are trained to use them with deadly force.
I would advise that you pay attention to them when they have their weapons drawn. You should not move a muscle until they tell you which muscle you are supposed to move. I would hate to think that you could suffer the same fate by a lack of understanding a few simple rules, but it has happened before, and it will happen again.
Perhaps the investigation will focus on the ability and the willingness of the victim to follow instructions? It would seem how the law appears to work
The laws will be compared to the incident, and then a court will decide. The crowd will have to accept the "justice" that they supposedly asked for.
Both are points on the graph, and the graph should be able to provide a visual representation of the changes.
One might compare the two and correlate the long term significance, and then we can decide whether a refrigerator should be shipped to the moon to save the cheese, or utilize other remediation methods such as ocean fertilization to absorb the carbon dioxide.
What did chicken little do when he found out the sky was falling? Did the boy who cried wolf get eaten?
If Humans are smarter than dinosaurs, they might figure it out before our extinction. If they figure it out sooner, we can go back to having an economically stable economic system based on the consumption of plentiful fuel sources. Chicken Little says we need to pay 40% more for fuel, so that the sky won't fall. The boy yelling wolf is blaming our fuel usage, and then he has a bigger carbon footprint that 10,000 of us combined.
The thread didn't move correctly when I responded.
Common sense might suggest a linear plot of the data. Extremists suggest a hockey stick. The linear plot is still the most viable prediction. It doesn't mean you are wrong, unless you bought into the hockey stick hoax.
Meanwhile, those who study climate variations and such records, are predicting an El Niño year, and some are expecting this to stay a record for some time.
I might add, that I defended Clinton for a long time.
I never believed that the "long arm of the law" should be reaching into the American bedroom.
When I realized he had lied, on the stand, under oath; I said; "Stick a fork in it. It's done."
It seems like the liberals think the federal government should tax the states for building roads, paying teachers, and protecting workers, and paying food stamps, so the NFL should be taxed for building stadiums, investigating health risks, and donating to charity.
One might consider the likelihood that the NFL commissioner is likely to pay 50 times the income tax that President Obama pays. That would be a ballparked number. If anyone has the actual game stats, let me know.
What's more, my neighbors actually referred to anyone who was not Republican as fools. My neighbor told me where the voter registration was. I already knew where it was, but she assumed that I was also going to vote the way she was. It's not a subject that is easy because everyone has such strong feelings about it. So for the most part I don't even go there. So boards are great. Everyone can be the fool he or she wants to be. If it weren't such a huge deal . . . You don't come across as a conservative or liberal, so are you somewhere in between or what?
Partisan politics aren't my gig. I am a moderate, but I don't suffer fools well, so I usually take more jabs at the liberal. You can't actually argue the existence of the Spirit World, so Christians are almost cool with me. I have a problem with their derivations and peculiarities, but I am a Shamanist. I have a spiritual view of things that the liberal atheist most often denies.
Simply put, if there is an afterlife, then all of your lies and deceptions are already known by those who exist within it, ie. the "spiritual world." You can't fool dead people. There is no need for a God. You will be judged by those who came before you, if a spiritual world exists.