Not that I am a proponent of drug-enhanced competition, but athletes have been doping to boost performance for decades. It's just that techniques to detect it are now so much better.
Except fans of fighting admire and cheer on the winners, like Ali. The losers don't get nearly as much respect. It's just a fact of life and human nature.
I don't watch that show, but the news channels I do watch are all presenting a similar view of Ali and Turmp. If anything I think it is more a political bent or as gpickles suggested, a class bias, rather than a racial one at play here.
So what are you saying then... that if Trump was black he'd be getting the same praise on the show?
Isn't it normal to see the change in the number employed begin to taper off as the country approaches full employment? With the unemployment figure below 5% now, I'd think wage growth is the metric to keep a close eye on going forward.
do you think they will announce any orders at Berlin or Farnborough? At least they will have a functional plane there this time around.
Well since you dug out this post (for whatever reason), I think it's important to update my initial comment to indicate that Newegg now accepts BTC too.
It's no easy task. I would say the key differentiator is that any proper science (exact or inexact in nature) employs well-established scientific methodologies, while the latter does not. I suspect a large majority of the general scientific community considers psychology a valid scientific discipline.
@Pseudoscience is a claim, belief, or practice presented as scientific, but which does not adhere to the scientific method.[Note 1] A field, practice, or body of knowledge can reasonably be called pseudoscientific when it is presented as consistent with the norms of scientific research, but it demonstrably fails to meet these norms. Pseudoscience is often characterized by the following: contradictory, exaggerated or unprovable claims; over-reliance on confirmation rather than rigorous attempts at refutation; lack of openness to evaluation by other experts in the field; and absence of systematic practices when rationally developing theories. The term pseudoscience is often considered pejorative because it suggests something is being inaccurately or even deceptively portrayed as science. Accordingly, those labeled as practicing or advocating pseudoscience often dispute the characterization.
It was an interesting quote that some would argue applies equally to a certain presumed presidential candidate so I suppose indirectly it may have some relevance to future market direction pending the US election. The original quote was aimed at former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos.
However deplorable it may be, dictators like Hussain and Gadafe were able to offer some semblance of normalcy to their populace and avoid the utter chaos that has now enveloped those countries. Is USA facing a similar situation? If so, then there may be no alternative to a ruler like Trump, very disturbing as the thought may be. US citizens need to unite more than ever if they want to avoid it.
It is undoubtedly an inexact science at best, but a partial model of the functioning of the human psyche can provide useful insights even if prone to errors. In effect, all sciences form incomplete models to a certain degree. Do you prefer to work in a complete vacuum?
That's unfortunate. This social experiment would provided valuable information on how to optimize operation of government social programs and provided a clearer understanding of associated implications to the economy. Hopefully one of the forward-thinking scandinavian nations will step up to the plate and test out the concept in the near future.
What's funny is that the day traders here continue to pump money into SPY trades and then each time they lose complain about how the market is rigged. Meanwhile there sits a liquid BTC market that trades 24x7, unfettered and free of the manipulation that apparently runs rampant in the stock or commodities market. Why are they so wary of it, when it would seem a much more ideal environment to apply and profits from pure technical trading skills, assuming one subscribes to T/A principles.
It'll show up very shortly I'm sure. My trading account shows the correct amount this morning $18 + 0.1482 SHPG per BXLT. Nice 10% return in just over 4 months playing the arb deal spread. I am happy to have back those SHPG shares I sold.
They want the bigger CS planes. BA and Airbus were right to be worried. #$%$ em.
@ZURICH, June 4 (Reuters) - Airline Swiss, part of Lufthansa , has decided to upgrade another five of its Bombardier CS100 jets on order to the larger variant and will likely do the same for another five, the carrier's CEO said on Saturday. Swiss, the launch customer for the new plane, had placed a firm order for 30 CS100 jets and last year already converted 10 of those to the larger CS300 variant. Saturday's announcement means Swiss now has 15 CS300 jets on order. With 10 fixed as the CS100 variant, it can still decide to upgrade the final five in the order. "There are certain routes and markets for the larger version ... especially for Geneva and Zurich routes," Thomas Kluehr, chief executive of Swiss, said at a Star Alliance airlines event in Zurich. Kluehr said Swiss would decide "relatively soon" whether to upgrade the other five. That would give Swiss 10 125-seater CS100s and 20 145-seater CS300s.