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 on: April 22, 2018, 10:03:25 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Why the business model of social media giants like Facebook is incompatible with human rights

The Flat Earth Psyop: Everything Old is New Again

Bolton Whispers War In Trump's Ears

6 Point Plan To Stop Jewish Rule

Trump is a Zionist Puppet

Moscow has 'irrefutable' evidence chem attack in Syria's Douma was staged

Anti-GMO Mosquito Activist in DC to Deliver Petition to EPA Found Floating Dead in Hotel Pool

Trump wants loophole closed after Gorsuch casts decisive vote in immigration case

Syrian Boy in White Helmets [U.S. supported terrorists] Fake Chemical Attack Video Reveals Truth

California to deploy 400 National Guard troops, including some to US-Mexico border

Assange has 'physical proof' Russia didn't hack DNC

Drones will soon use artificial intelligence to decide who to kill

Satellite surveillance startup aims to monitor entire Earth and stream video in real-time

Indonesian tribe members can hold their breath for 13 minutes

US to develop hypersonic missiles to compete with Russia and China

US still paying White Helmets despite $200mn-aid freeze for Syria recovery, State Dept. confirms

Holistic Doctors Dying in Droves: There is big money in not finding a cure for cancer

Afghanistan: Kabul voter centre suicide attack kills 57

THIS NEEDS TO BE STOPPED: More than 90 Muslims, nearly all Democrats, running for public office across the U.S.

Declare George Soros a terrorist and seize all of his related organizations' assets under RICO and NDAA law

The EU doesn't need immigration to supply labour market - Millions of Greeks, Spaniards and Italians are unemployed

British woman found guilty of quoting Snoop Dogg, £750 fine, 8 week curfew

The FBI Takes Everything But They Never Took the DNC Servers

France: Arrest of woman wearing niqab triggers five nights of rioting and millions in damages

Instead Of $$$ Aid, We Should Send CONDOMS, seeds and hand farming tools to 3rd World Countries

Sharing nude photos of current or ex-partners protected under First Amendment, court rules

NRA founded by Christians to protect freed blacks from the KKK

Christian girl set alight for turning down Muslim mans marriage proposal in Pakistan

Is PC Culture Why Donald Trump Won? | Steven Pinker & Spiked Magazine Panel

Soros' Top Priority: Enlarge US Electorate by 10 Million Illegal Voters in Time For 2018 Mid-Terms

Wow, what the hell happened to dating sites?

Mossad Just Assassinated a Hamas Official in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Reporter shot dead during live Facebook Tv broadcast in Nicaragua

70 years of Israhell

Ignored Poll Number: 82% of Democrats Want to Ban Guns

94% of Immigrants in US Federal Prisons, Over 35,000 Individuals, Are Criminal Illegal Aliens

Cartel Gunmen on Jet Skis Open Fire on Cancun Tourist Beach

SPLC Neolib Hate Group Cashes In On Trump Era

Conservative voices are being silenced everywhere - Wrongthink Radio is banned from Live Streaming on Youtube

 on: April 22, 2018, 03:15:58 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Putting the 'smart' in manufacturing

Robot designed to defend factories against cyberthreats

New tool helps minimize impact of solar activity

Researchers develop smart sensors to prevent power outages

Smart home dashboard to better visualize energy usage

Could holey silicon be the holy grail of electronics?

Video: Double your RAM – This Method Actually Works!

Renewables break the 100 mark in Portugal

Higher-energy, safer, longer-lasting zinc battery

Researchers design 'soft' robots that can move on their own

New robot assembles IKEA chairs

Advanced 3-D printed parts for NASA's Orion designed to hold up to extreme temperatures

Upper-body exoskeleton turns focus on drones

Robot designed for faster, safer uranium plant pipe cleanup

Researchers accidentally improve plastic-eating enzyme

Scientists develop method to bend diamonds in surprising breakthrough for ultra-strong nanomaterials

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 16, 2018
Canoe; Hammock; Tent; JavaPress; Jacket

Apr 17, 2018
Dog Crate; PORTABLE GPU; Security Cam; Portable Washing Device; Stone

Apr 18, 2018
Ring; Personal Cloud; Stabilizer; Weather Station; Head-up Display

Apr 19, 2018
Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker; Ronco Pizza & More; BLACK+DECKER 5-Minute Pizza Oven; Pizza Box Oven; Betty Crocker Pizza Maker; Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

Apr 20, 2018
Camera Dolly; Camera Clip; Instant Film Camera; USB Charger; Toothbrush

Apr 21, 2018
SPRINGBAR Highline; Delta Zulu Combo Canvas Tent; CanvasCamp Sibley Bell Tent; Pinnacle Tents Canvas Tent; Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow

Latest Greatest


Video: 5 Clues Humans Actually COEXISTED With Dinosaurs

Video: Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger (Lang'orig'd 4-5kya)

Video: Ice Age and Clovis Culture

Video: Younger Dryas Impact Quantification

Dinosaurs appeared much earlier, then their numbers exploded during planetary upheaval and mass extinction event

Space diamonds found in meteorite came from an ancient destroyed planet

Desperate global warming 'scientists' theorize Earth's cyclical climate fluctuations due to ancient unknown civilisations

Pre-human civilizations existed suggest new study

NASA's asteroid hunter charted scariest, Earth-bound objects

Amateur mathematician makes 'first progress' on decades-old graph problem

The gamma ray burst – supernova connection [Charles said they're both involved in star birth, not death]

Ramp compression of iron provides insight into core conditions of large rocky exoplanets

Researchers study extended X-ray emission in the PKS 1718−649 radio source

350,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings

Black hole and stellar winds form giant butterfly, shut down star formation in galaxy

Simulations suggest Saturn may have helped create Jupiter's big moons

Human populations have split, reformed and remixed over millennia

First Europeans survived climate change following ‘super-eruption’ by working together

Meteorite’s diamonds tell of Earth’s baby sister, which died young

Archaeologists discover Cornish barrow site in UK

Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to prehistoric humans

GREAT LISBON 1755 ANTIPODAL IMPACT QUAKE - The great Lisbon earthquake Nov. 1, 1755 devastated the city and Portuguese coastlines down to Morocco [Nov 1 = Taurid meteor stream]

 on: April 22, 2018, 08:21:02 am 
Started by ThomJeff - Last post by JasonPSorens
Pretty much mostly settled already but thank you.   8)

Okay - well, if you need anything, give me a holler! You should come to Liberty Tuesday the day after tomorrow at Ziggy's Pizza at 6 PM in West Leb and meet the neighbors. :)

 on: April 22, 2018, 04:10:52 am 
Started by ThomJeff - Last post by Snowranger19
Pretty much mostly settled already but thank you.   8)

 on: April 21, 2018, 08:11:43 am 
Started by ThomJeff - Last post by JasonPSorens
Lebanon  ;D :D

Welcome to the UV! Do you need moving help?

 on: April 21, 2018, 03:34:29 am 
Started by ThomJeff - Last post by Snowranger19
Lebanon  ;D :D

 on: April 20, 2018, 03:06:50 pm 
Started by Danarchist - Last post by Danarchist
Thank you for your reply.

It's the kids I'd miss the most. They are the greatest source of happiness I have (of the oxytocin variety). I don't see any substitute for them in NH unless I procreate.

Regarding abortion, even a Libertarian government isn't totally live-and-let-live. If something's illegal, group A is taking group B's money to target people from group B. If it's legal, group B is taking money from group A to protect people in group B. It would be great to have a law that would declare an industry, etc. extra-legal, as in, neither targeted nor subsidized by the government. They have to fend for themselves. This would be useful for controversial industries. After all the bad things that have happened or almost happened to my family and friends, because people choose to drink alcohol, I wouldn't want my money paying cops to respond to crimes in bars or liquor stores, for example.

 on: April 20, 2018, 12:45:09 pm 
Started by Danarchist - Last post by KDus
My experience suggests that family ties are far less important than we want to believe. I would have preferred the support of freedom oriented people, when I've needed family; and they didn't step up. Those ties seem to continue to weaken over time. Very few of my, large, extended family keep in communication, for the reasons you mentioned.

I remind you of the point of the FSP. Nobody will compel you to agree on abortion. It doesn't matter if you are in a minority because the principles of limited government and self ownership prevail.

 on: April 19, 2018, 11:47:14 pm 
Started by Danarchist - Last post by Danarchist
Why haven't you moved yet? I've been on the fence a while. My two reasons: the abortion debate and losing family.

FAMILY: basically missing the kids
I tend to live in Arizona. I say "tend" because I've lived for short periods in other areas. Right now I'm in Mexico studying. If I move to NH I'll be away from family. Sadly, as my perspectives have improved (religious and political), I've become more distant from my family, but I love to be with my nieces and nephews. It would be sad for me not to see them grow up.

I love working with kids and have worked in education in many ways. I would like to continue that, but in a voluntarist manner. Perhaps being around other kids would help fill what I suppose is a parental need, since I don't have any children, myself. Maybe I can find love out there in NH and we could start a family.

ABORTION: harder to find friends once there
If I move nearly cross-continent, it would be nice if there were more people l can relate to. I just can't relate to people who think abortion for convenience or comfort, especially Libertarians, who I should expect to be more rational and value the NAP. (I say rational because, while emotion is useful for creating values for you, such as life, your rationality should be scrutinizing your ideas to decide if they are internally consistent. I can't prove abortion is wrong in a laboratory, but I can prove, to an honest person, that his/her established ideas are internally inconsistent.) I met some pro-life Libertarians at Porcfest almost two years ago. I know there are a lot out there. But it's a bummer thinking they're a minority of an already small minority. Do I want to help with a movement whose members tend to favor abortion for bad reasons? I'm not even an absolutist with abortion. There could be rare situations where a NAP-loyal person could do it. But "I wasn't in the mood for a condom" is not one of those.

Perhaps there is more hope for convincing Libertarians to give up abortion than there is convincing Republicans to give up their NAP violations. In a free society, many abortions could possibly be avoided (less red tape for adoption, etc.). There are probably more people in NH, however few, that I CAN relate to, than anywhere else. There are Libertarian get-togethers in AZ but I'm not interested in the few events I can find on


 on: April 17, 2018, 09:25:19 pm 
Started by Aahz - Last post by Aahz
I'm downsizing from a 3-bedroom in Manchester to a one bedroom, so have a bunch of furniture that just won't fit in the new place and needs to be out of the old place within the week.

If you search for my name, Aahz (or just click here), you can see what's still available.  Feel free to ignore the prices and just mention you're a porcupine when messaging me through craigslist.

I'm not on Facebook, but if someone wants to cross-post this message to any relevant groups/pages there, feel free!

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