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 on: September 22, 2019, 04:48:00 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

A writer who thinks the federal government is short of money — but you aren’t

How to prevent and cure inflation. (It’s not what the “experts” tell you)

The Ratings Game: How the Banking Mafia Operates

Automation And The Crisis Of Work


How “Unschooling” Can Benefit your child and the world

What’s Unschooling And Why Do We Need It?

One of the things that makes Unschooling so Radical (no fear in learning)

They’re Coming for the Kids

What every parent should do

7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum

12 of the safest places for kids on the internet

High School student pulled out of class as immunization law takes effect


Ridley Reports
Independent New Hampshire: National defense proposals

Ian Interview on CoinSpice’s Podcast

Ian Freeman for City Council At-Large

Youth strike naively for the climate ... Never mind

Nobody’s Mayoral Interview on WKNH’s “Wake Up Call” at Keene State College

Mayoral Candidate Nobody Announces 10th Anniversary 420 Rally at Central Square on 9/28 at 4:20pm

The new weapon that now has changed the world - Drones

NYC Public Schools Excusing Students Who Plan On Participating In Upcoming Climate Strike

The Dim-Bulb Tide of Climate Crisis Alarmism

Tim Flannery Admits His 20 Years of Climate Activism are a “Colossal Failure”

Climate Confessions

Feds scrapped 100 years of data on climate change

In media coverage of climate change, where are the facts?

Watch Climate Activists Try To Explain Why They Use Products Made From Fossil Fuels

The First Amendment and Tax Exemptions for "Hate" Groups

Abolish the President's Virtually Unconstrained Power to Impose Tariffs

Martial Law Masquerading as Law and Order: The Police State’s Language of Force

It is time for Congress to remove immunity under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act ("CDA") which has allowed the big tech companies that control information to shield themselves from liability while they abuse their power to censor viewpoints they dislike

Don’t Want Small Cell Towers Installed All Over Your Community? Instructions on How to Support S. 2012

Watch as Cops Record Themselves Making Up Fake Charges to Kidnap Innocent Man, Steal His Car

Why You and Your Kids Should Detox Your Mind by “Deschooling”


Cops Drag 7yo Autistic Boy from School in Cuffs for Classroom Disagreement

DMVs Across the US are Selling Your Personal Info and Making Millions

Instead of Arresting the Homeless Population, City Paying Them to Pickup Trash

Saudi Arabia Executes 134 People Including Six Kids

Now, Mr. President, With Respect, Cut the Crap and Get Out of Afghanistan

Hong Kong's Fight for Freedom Against China's Authoritarianism

Cops Accused of Stealing Over $225,000 Can't Be Sued, Thanks to Qualified Immunity

 on: September 22, 2019, 03:50:04 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Autism gene? 12 children with autism were conceived from one donor's sperm

The Vaping Crisis - They're Coming For Your Vapes!

Why the Swiss are rebelling against 5G rollout

Teen's bizarre sudden-onset schizophrenia & hallucinations caused by pet

New York bans unvaccinated children from public schools [good reason to homeschool]

Robert F. Kennedy Jr: The government is covering up vaccine deaths

For Health, Eat after Exercise

Vaccine Injuries and Legal Mandates

The Statin Mafia Censors News of Pharmaceutical Harm

Illegal Levels of Radiation Emitted by Popular Cellphones

The Chemical Imbalance Myth and Antidepressant Harm

Claire Wineland was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth, but that didn't stop her from living her life

 on: September 21, 2019, 07:30:00 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Virtual reality used to highlight uranium contamination

Russia's world-first floating nuclear plant arrives in port

Algae and bacteria team up to increase hydrogen production

Researchers build microscopic biohybrid robots propelled by muscles, nerves

Indoors, solar cells

US Navy says it's trying to avoid 'Terminator' scenario as experts warn of AI battlefield technology development

Approaching the battery of tomorrow with help from a laser

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Traffic Superblocks currently transforming Barcelona might work in Australian cities

The future of 'extremely' energy-efficient circuits

Designing and 3-D-printing a better brace

'Tunabot,' first robotic fish to keep pace with a tuna

Shape-shifting robot built from 'smarticles' shows new locomotion strategy

Florida Power & Light plans to install 1,000 electric-charging stations at 100 locations

Highest efficiency of flexible CZTSSe thin-film solar cell achieved

Even short-lived solar panels can be economically viable

Scientists develop novel biophotovoltaics system

Researchers use laser light to transform metal into magnet

KATRIN cuts the mass estimate for the elusive neutrino in half

Scientists develop technique to observe radiation damage over a quadrillionth of a second

HiDef microscopy in milliseconds


YouTube 'creators' fret over impact of new child protection rules

Commercial cloud service providers give artificial intelligence computing a boost

Study finds virtual reality training could improve employee safety

Signing on with Apple could be safer than Facebook or Google

AI surveillance is expanding worldwide

Wi-Fi 6 as game-changer for advanced connections

Payouts from insurance policies may fuel ransomware attacks

Akamai speaks out on uptick of DDoS attacks

Introducing 'mesh,' a memory-saving plug-in that could boost phone and computer performance

Smart TVs Caught Sending Sensitive User Data To Facebook And Netflix


Astronomers discover most massive [misnamed] neutron star ever recorded

The stellar nurseries of distant galaxies

The galaxy cluster Abell 959

New open cluster discovered using Gaia

Study captures six galaxies undergoing sudden, dramatic transitions

Open cluster NGC 2345 investigated in detail

NASA's Juno probe reveals stunning eclipse on Jupiter

Space agencies to smash spacecraft into asteroid at over 14,000 mph

Mysterious magnetic pulses and evidence of groundwater discovered on Mars

Plasma flow near sun's surface explains sunspots, other solar phenomena

Image: North polar dunes on Mars

Stony-iron meteor caused August impact flash at Jupiter

'Snow-cannon' Enceladus shines up Saturn's super-reflector moons

Comet's collapsing cliffs and bouncing boulders

Comet gateway discovered to inner solar system, may alter fundamental understanding of comet evolution

New radiation belt extends around Saturn

China's lunar rover scopes out weird substance on far side of the moon

Drones probe terrestrial dust devils to better understand the atmosphere of Mars

New mineral discovered inside diamond mined in South Africa

Genetically-modified mosquito apocalypse plan backfires spectacularly in Brazil

Feds scrapped 100 years of data on climate change

War Against Sea Level Rise

Scientists attempt to reconstruct extinct human's skeletal structure based only on DNA

New study suggests ancient hominins in Asia 500k earlier than previously thought [based on naive, erroneous dating methods as usual]

Asteroid that Killed the Dinosaurs Was as Strong as 10 Billion Atomic Bombs

When Did Humans Reach North America? The Question Keeps Growing More Complex

Göbekli Tepe, The Younger Dryas and Reconstructing the Ancient Zodiac | Ancient Architects

Gobekli Tepe Zodiac Hypothesis: Is it an Ancient Star Map? | Ancient Architects

Older than the Great Pyramid? The Greek Pyramid of Hellinikon

Myths, Gods, and the Younger Dryas Cataclysm! Eye-witness accounts of cosmic disasters in our past.

Impossible Ancient Engineering ~ How Did They Do It?

Atlantis Mystery – Evidence Revealed

"99% PROVEN" 'Mudflood' in Central Australia.. AND! TRIGGERED by "MARTIAN BOMBARDMENT?!"

Evidence of Advanced Machining Technology in Ancient India - Tiger Caves Part 2

 on: September 16, 2019, 07:21:58 am 
Started by powa - Last post by JonM
If you sleep in MA 183 days a year they might claim you're a resident.  If you visit for 18 hours a day and spend the other 6 sleeping in another state 365 days a year, you're a resident of that other state.  The grey area is peeps who don't spend 6 months in any one state, but that's not relevant for you in this question.

 on: September 15, 2019, 12:36:18 am 
Started by powa - Last post by powa
Do you have a reference for that? There's got to be some people in this group doing this.

The Massachussets government site says you're a resident if you spend more than 183 days in state.

Seems like if you mainly work from home but visit a Boston office less than 183 days you're not a resident. (Even 3 days a week x 52 weeks = 156 is less than 183)

 on: September 14, 2019, 10:16:11 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


More evidence that the federal government should own all banks

Negative posts on Facebook business pages outweigh positive posts 2 to 1

U.S. Is Losing The Trade War! It Has Killed 300,000 Jobs And Cost Americans Over $1.6 Billion

5 of the Fastest Growing Jobs in the US That Pay Great Salaries

Best “Recession” Ever – Retail Sales Show “Unexpected” Growth in August -AND- Despite Tariffs Import Prices Drop…

U.S. Poverty Levels Fall To Pre-Recession Low


Math doesn’t have to be scary

What’s the link between Self-Education and Health?

How Can Your Kids Learn At Home?

5 Reasons You Should Consider Homeschooling at Night

Christian Pastoral Couple in Cuba Imprisoned for Homeschooling Children

How Schools Promote Fixed Mindsets and Prevent Growth


1. Student politician already dodging questions
2. Relative transparency at UCCS
3. Independent New Hampshire: National defense proposals
4. Obama ambassador no like RidleyQuestions

The Anti-Slavery Constitution

N.M. Abolishes Marital Communication Privilege, Based in Large Part on Feminist Arguments

Opinions You’re Not Allowed to Hold

Left-Wing Thought Control Website Closes

Pope Francis Rejects Prosperity for Developing Nations

The Bill of Rights Turns 230, and What Do We Have to Show for It? Nothing Good

YOU ARE BEING TRACKED! Massive 30 State, Real-Time License Plate (ALPR) Database Revealed

9/11 Whistleblowers (Full Documentary)

Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity

Court Rules VA Must Pay for Veterans’ Emergency Room Care, a Decision That May Be Worth Billions

The New Target That Enables Ransomware Hackers to Paralyze Dozens of Towns and Businesses at Once

ICE Accidentally Reveals Fascist “Hyper-Realistic” Urban Warfare Training Facility At Army Base

Cop Arrested on 61 Charges for Kidnapping And Sexually Assaulting Women While on Duty

Disturbing Video Shows Cop Kill Man From His Police SUV, Like a Drive-By Shooting

CPS Worker Defies Gag Order, Exposes Violent Child Sex Ring in State Foster System

Cops Kill Unarmed Man Over Stop for Improper Bicycle Light, Turn Off Body Cams as He Dies

The 9/11 Deception

 on: September 14, 2019, 09:31:31 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Commonly prescribed antibiotics may lead to heart problems

Why Americans are so deathly afraid of going to the hospital

Global warming hoax leaves authorities unprepared to address potential health crisis from extremes of cold

The Opioid Crisis — A Case of Mass Homicide?

Why You See 9 Pharmaceutical Ads a Day

The Link Between Fast Food and Teenage Depression

Documentary — Nebraska Retiree Uses Earth’s Heat to Grow Oranges in Snow

More on Crashing Life Expectancy in the US

Study Reveals It’s Never Too Late To Start Exercising

 on: September 14, 2019, 07:46:19 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


One person's waste glass becomes another person's treasure

A soft phototactic swimming robot built using a self-sustained hydrogel oscillator

Control of snake-like robots for high mobility and dexterity

'Flying fish' robot can propel itself out of water and glide through the air

Photovoltaics could cool our homes with the power of the sun

A finger on the pulse of sensor developments

Prototype of a high-temperature heat pump for recovering industrial waste heat

World's first metal 3-D-printed bridge enters test phase

Soft-bodied swimming robot uses only light for power and steering

New vibration sensor detects buried objects from moving vehicle

Paramagnetic spins take electrons for a ride, produce electricity from heat

MIT engineers have developed the 'blackest black' material to date


Australia blocks websites hosting Christchurch attack videos

Internet users usually have a positive experience online, but potential for digital divide to widen

With little change, iPhones may get upstaged by streaming

The internet will always have enough space for all our devices

Computer model aims to turn film scripts into animations

New iPhone? No thanks. These older-model 5S owners don't need or want one

Report reveals growing threat of cyberattacks to food safety

Tracking coordinated disinformation campaigns online made easier with new BotSlayer tool

Guidelines needed to protect VR users at risk of harassment, warns academic

Facial recognition technology could enslave mankind like never before


New high-mass gamma-ray binary discovered

Hubble explores the formation and evolution of star clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Afterglow sheds light on the nature, origin of neutron star collisions [but they're not made of neutrons]

Astronomers investigate an unusual massive gas-rich galaxy

Mid-mass [larping] black hole hurls star across the Milky Way

Towering balloon-like structures discovered near center of the Milky Way

A multi-light year long tail streams out from galaxy D100

Gravity is not the Answer

New models suggest Titan lakes are explosion craters

The rare molecule weighing in on the birth of planets

Another possible interstellar comet headed our way in July 2020

All comets in our solar system may come from the same place

Lightning ‘superbolts’ form over oceans from November to February

Last day of the dinosaurs revealed in stunning glimpse of asteroid disaster

Lost continent buried beneath Europe uncovered by geologists

This kind of solar storm could be devastating in today’s world…”The Carrington Event” of 1859

Critique of “Propagation of Error and the Reliability of Global Air Temperature Predictions”

Nunavik Inuit genetically unique among present-day world populations, study finds

Tunnel valleys can be formed in one ice age by catastrophic flow

Over a Dozen More Dinosaur Soft Tissues

Indus Valley Civilisation is largest source of ancestry for South Asians

Neanderthal Footprints Found in France Offer Snapshot of Their Lives

Younger Dryas Glacier Ice Boulder Re-entry

Did Ancient People Use Acid to Shape Stone? | Ancient High Technology

What You Need to Know About Göbekli Tepe | Ancient Architects

Ancient Architects

 on: September 13, 2019, 07:06:13 am 
Started by powa - Last post by JonM
If you can document the days you work from home then you only have to pay MA income tax for the time you worked in MA.  So if 50% of the time you worked in NH, you would only need to claim 50% of the pay as taxable in MA.  It very much helps to have the employer document this.

 on: September 12, 2019, 04:52:24 pm 
Started by powa - Last post by powa
What are the top software engineer employers in New Hampshire near the Manchester - Nashua area?

It seems like Oracle/Dyn is of the top ones. Oracle isn't traditionally known as a great place for software engineers, at least from friends I know who used to work there. I'm wondering what other places are there to consider?

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