Why doesn't he just build a dome over the USA for protection from both surface and air attacks from all directions. Better yet a bubble for complete 360 degree protection...
Nah, more like this message board is the Matrix. Real life is just outside the door of your home.
Spoken like another idiot brainwashed by the AA cult. Learn to think for yourself.
It's free entertainment. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy.
Capitalist USA cannot get its head around the fact that certain services such as universal healthcare cannot function well unless implemented as a single-payer system. Individual and corporate greed and selfishness must be set aside if you, as US citizens, truly want to have universal healthcare. Accept it or reject the philosophy and move on instead of wallowing in the mud for years on end. What a waste of time and effort.
All those Yen sellers that moved into US stocks must have made a killing by now huh....Now all they need to do is figure out how to get back all the Yen they shorted. Or was that purported carry trade really FOS and a non-starter to begin with? This inquiring mind wants to know what the experts here who brought the matter up months ago have to say about it.
All these reject-bots can fight it out to the death for all I care. It's not even mildly entertaining any more.
No more collusion. #$%$ 'em.
@Oil traders prepare fond farewells to Yahoo Messenger Oil traders on Friday were lamenting the imminent demise of their main communication tool, Yahoo Messenger, which has been an industry standard since the late 1990s. Yahoo Inc said last week it would begin shutting down older versions of Yahoo Messenger on Aug. 5 and will stop working on Aug 31 Traders and analysts have been preparing for the inevitable transition this week, putting their new ICE, AOL and Skype usernames in their Yahoo messages to avoid losing contacts. "You have no idea how much I'll miss Yahoo Messenger," said a senior oil trader in Singapore who has been in the business for 20 years. With Messenger's end, the highly-opaque oil industry may become even more so, given the challenge of the fragmented communication market. Some said it could force players back to the telephone. Its free instant messaging technology revolutionized the industry, helping usher in a new era of high-speed communication that changed the way millions of barrels of oil traded daily.
But the online, follow-up version to Yahoo's standalone messaging software cannot be used by the industry. It fails to meet compliance standards because conversations cannot be saved locally. "It's kind of a pain registering and getting started again," said Tariq Zahir at Tyche Capital Advisors. "It works fine, but traders are creatures of habit. You get used to it." As a result, oil traders, brokers, analysts and also reporters covering the oil industry have been scrambling for alternatives.
Not necessarily relevant, but still interesting, to me at least. Much more so than all the vehemence and rhetoric that passes for discussion here.
What I want to know is how the #$%$ pudtard got his purported degree in biology or environmental science (or whatever it is I forget) without taking any basic course in physics? He is FOS.
So what??? I use one ID too and have half that number of posts in a period three times as long. And I still feel I spend way too much time positing on these boards. Hyena is averaging 20 freakin' posts per day. What a royal waste of time. And soon Yahoo will erase it all hahah. You are morons... all of you chronic posters.
Pud, are you vying for a Nobel prize in physics? If so, you have a long long way to go. You might as well just argue that molecules, atoms, protons, neutrons, quarks, electrons have no mass.
They should nickname it the "Dark Force".
@Another theory proposes that the new force could be related to dark matter. There may be a separate dark sector complete with its own particles and forces that mirror those seen in the standard particle, Feng added.
"It's possible that these two sectors talk to each other and interact with one another through somewhat veiled but fundamental interactions," he said. "This dark sector force may manifest itself as this protophobic force we're seeing as a result of the Hungarian experiment. In a broader sense, it fits in with our original research to understand the nature of dark matter."