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 on: August 02, 2017, 02:57:26 am 
Started by - Last post by RidleyReport
Surprised this is your first post !   This does sound kind of neat though; sorry I haven't come to visit yet.

 on: August 02, 2017, 12:35:26 am 
Started by Seth - Last post by RidleyReport
private message me if you wish, I think I know of a guy who is big on this idea before you mentioned it.

 on: August 02, 2017, 12:34:18 am 
Started by paperboy - Last post by RidleyReport
sorry you've gotten so few responses so far to this thoughtful question.  Or maybe I should say *no* responses :(

Anyway, the three top issues I see and the ones I think the average NH person sees.

I see as top issues: 

- Whether NH govt. is to be cooperative or non-cooperative with Washington on, well, everything...and of course I would like to see it be a lot more non-cooperative.
- What kind of disposition NH govt develops toward crypto currency (positive for now, but will it still be positive if/after DC generates a crisis and blames Bitcoin?)
- Size of NH state budget...when will it finally start going down again?

Average people probably see:

- How do we cut the number of drug deaths in state
- What to do about rising cost/scarcity of health care
- Education, how to improve it

 on: August 01, 2017, 09:53:30 am 
Started by passstab - Last post by JasonPSorens
You might want to consider Lebanon as well. Free bus on weekdays (not weekends or evenings after 7 PM!) and lots of bike-friendly roads. There's a bike shop downtown, and there's also a rail trail that goes all the way to the Concord area. Rents are not too bad; Lebanon actually builds some housing unlike its neighbor to the north (Hanover). Finally, West Lebanon always has loads of retail jobs.

 on: August 01, 2017, 08:00:28 am 
Started by Jerry B - Last post by Jerry B
Well, while it didn't entirely answer my question, I did manage to find out about the "Free Streets Project" and I found that to be particularly helpful information.

 on: July 31, 2017, 01:53:19 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
‘Mind reading’ technology decodes complex thoughts

Hackers can target EEG headsets

New highly virulent strain of ransomware cripples networks

How artificial intelligence is taking on ransomware

Study finds hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords

Generic, situation-aware guidelines to help robots co-exist successfully alongside  humans

Advanced AI Has Been Deployed to Fight Against Hackers

New system greatly speeds common parallel-computing algorithms

Online chat webcam: Facebook wants to spy on you through webcam and smartphones

While The Dems Begin Impeachment Proceedings, Chuck Grassley Demands To Know If  Donald Trump Jr. Was Setup Under The Obama Administration

Documents Show Saudi, UAE Back Al-Qaeda, ISIS

Why Did Loretta Lynch Grant Trump Jr's Russian Lawyer A Special Visa To Enter  America?

50 US cities pen letter to FCC demanding net neutrality, democracy

Meet Noodle Pi, a Raspberry Pi-Based DIY Pocket Computer Powered by GNU/Linux

Messages with moral-emotional words are more likely to go viral on social media

ASUS Launches Chromebook Flip C213 as Ultimate Future-Proof Education Computer

Don't forget that the very fabric of the internet is being threatened right now

Computer that reads body language

Tech billionaires want to bust out of the Matrix

New AI research makes it easier to create fake footage of someone speaking

Cell phones are about to become more powerful than you could imagine

Kaspersky Lab's CEO announces the antivirus software is completely free-of-charge

Researchers make augmented reality a group experience

Italy Finishes 27 More Italian Darknet Community Raids

Australian Government Officials Call for Weakening Encryption

A New Patent – System for Autonomous Device Transacting Using Cryptocurrency

NSA Diverting American Internet Traffic Overseas for Easier Snooping

Arizona Doctor Charged with Selling Bitcoin Without a License


Researchers Crack Satellite Phone Encryption with New Attack

Analyzing Bitcoin Mining Botnets (Minerbots) – How Can We Shield Our Systems  Against Minerbots?

A Globally Coordinated Operation Just Took Down Alphabay and Hansa [for illegal  drugs etc]

UVCoin – A New Cryptocurrency With Improved Scalability and Control Over Monetary  Supply

A New Blockchain Market Engineering Approach – A Research Paper

(Some Of) The Best Ways To Store Your Passwords

Deep Hosting, Major Darknet Host, Hacked, Data Exfiltrated

Specialist Claims Successful Coin Mining Days are Gone

UnitecDEAMP -A Novel Darknet Traffic Decomposition Approach vs Malware

Why you might trust a quantum computer with secrets—even over the internet

At hacker summit, a new focus on preventing brazen attacks

 on: July 31, 2017, 12:47:41 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Chemotherapy may spread cancer and trigger more aggressive tumours

A Team Cured Diabetes in Mice Without Side Effects

‘Living Drug’ That Fights Cancer By Harnessing The Immune System

Fountain of Youth May Be In 400-Year-Old Sharks

Experimental drug reverses memory loss from brain damage in mice

Cannibalism: A new way to stop disease transmission?

A cure for baldness?

GMO insanity: Pesticides soon to be genetically bred into DNA of crops

Biologists use stem cells to bioengineer functional arteries

3D-Printed Human Heart

Chinese scientists clone and genetically modify a dog

Philadelphia child receives double hand transplant in world first surgery [3D printed with stem cells would be better]

Humanity at risk as sperm levels among Western men plummet to record low

Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Successfully 3D Printed

Nanoparticles loaded with component of common spice kill cancer cells

Clothes intertwined with nanotech will treat eczema

Lasers reactivate ‘lost’ memories in Alzheimer’s

Brain’s stem cells slow aging

Food From Electricity Could be the Solution to World Hunger

Custom-made DNA codes inserted into living cells to change how they function

Human embryo DNA edited in the US for the first time

First human embryos modified in U.S.

More Details Emerge in Organic Dairy Fraud

A Million Bottles Per Minute Thrown Away

Heartburn Drugs Increase Death Rate — How to Safely Address Indigestion

Sugar During Pregnancy Linked to Allergies

Garden Know-How: Extend Your Growing Season

New CDC Director Supports Soda Industry

Chemotherapy Spreading Cancer

Depressed and Anxious Patients Receive More Than Half of All Opioid Prescriptions

What a Hunter-Gatherer Diet Does to the Body in Just 3 Days

How the Obesity Epidemic Got Started, and How We Can End It

Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat?

 on: July 31, 2017, 12:01:40 pm 
Started by passstab - Last post by passstab
After having a great time at the last Porcfest, I am considering moving to New Hampshire. 

I do not drive and I would like move somewhere I can get around by bicycle and public transit.
Right now I'm looking at Manchester, Concord and Nashua.
Are any of those especially bicycle friendly? 

I will need to find an entree level job, possibly in retail.

Thank you for the help

 on: July 30, 2017, 11:40:52 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Putin may be falsely accused, just as Trump is
Assassination of Anna Politkovskaya
On 10 October 2006, 2,000 demonstrators called Putin a "murderer" during his visit to Dresden, Germany.[25][26][27] Putin replied: "This journalist was indeed a sharp critic of the present Russian authorities...but the degree of her influence over political life in Russia was extremely insignificant. She was well-known in journalistic circles, among human rights activists, in the West. I repeat, her influence over political life in Russia was minimal.[28] And in my opinion murdering such a person certainly does much greater damage from the authorities' point of view, authorities that she strongly criticized, than her publications ever did."[29][30][31]
When most people accuse Putin of killing “journalists and political opponents”, they mean Politkovskaya, killed in 2006, and the opposition leader and former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov, killed in 2015. Allegations that Putin was behind the killing of Politkovskaya and Nemtsov do exist – but very few people with knowledge of the cases believe them. What they do believe is that Politkovskaya and Nemtsov were killed by associates of Ramzan Kadyrov, the violent dictator of Chechnya. In the Nemtsov case, the evidence for the involvement of people close to Kadyrov is overwhelming. In the Politkovskaya case, it is more circumstantial (and with Politkovskaya there is considerable evidence of other efforts to harm her, including an earlier poisoning attempt that looked more like a government operation), but still the most likely scenario. And yet Kadyrov’s involvement does not absolve Putin, because Kadyrov works for Putin.

Christian persecution
One of Putin’s most recent controversial moves happened in July 2016 when Putin signed a set of laws, known as the Yarovaya laws, billed as anti-terrorism that banned evangelizing outside of designated religious locations. Based on the law, which has already resulted in religious figures being arrested, inviting friends or strangers to church in any way would be subject to criminal punishment. The laws would require foreign missionaries to have a permit from Russian officials to even speak at a church.

 on: July 30, 2017, 11:22:47 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
The Wealthy Are Buying Multi-Million Dollar Bunkers With "Highest Level Of Military Grade Security"

24 Prepping Items I Don’t Spend Money On

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