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 on: December 09, 2019, 01:24:40 pm 
Started by AdamJS - Last post by AdamJS
I am a 33 year old Canadian with 15 years experience in various trades. Looking to relocate my family to NH to avoid new firearm bans & confiscations proposed by the current Liberal government.  Currently running my own small roofing and renovations business with 6 employees.  I have also done several whole home renovations on my own as flips for profit, so I would be able to fit into nearly any job role required.

I can send a link to my company website as well as online reviews and ratings.  I am capable of running crews or working as a part of a team.

 on: December 08, 2019, 11:28:17 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Class-Warfare Taxation, Government Spending, and Economic Growth

Get Ready For An Economic Wake-Up Call This Holiday Season


What Is Self-Directed Education?

Government Schools, the New York Times, and the Butterfield Effect

Are Stagnant Academic Standards Related to Fear of Climate Change?



Public interest lobbyist and former Chair of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire, Darryl W Perry has launched a gubernatorial campaign

The Bill Cosby Story is All Fiction

The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was Faked

London's Entry for Stupidest Story of the Year

The Latest in the Theosophy Project; Or, Beware the Enneagram!

Miles W Mathis Updates

American Gun Ownership: The Positive Impacts of Law-Abiding Citizens Owning Firearms

Betraying the Constitution: Who Will Protect Us from an Unpatriotic Patriot Act?

Comedian fined $35k for offensive joke

Why “Intelligent Design” Is a Scientific Theory

FCC Provides $9 Billion to Telecoms for Rural 5G Rollout Despite 5G Lawsuits, Opposition and Warnings

2nd Largest Insurance Firm, Swiss Re, Classifies 5G as a “High Impact” Liability Risk in Annual Risk Report

Police Destroy Shelters for Homeless Vets in Freezing Winnipeg Without Warning

An 8-Year-Old Girl Was Strip-Searched While Visiting Her Father In Prison

Cop Smashes Handcuffed Woman into Concrete, Shattering Her Teeth Over Parking Ticket

Cop Responds to Unarmed Mentally Ill Man’s Crisis by Shooting His Innocent Mother

Cop Gives No Warning Before Shooting 15yo Boy in the Back, Killing Him

Innocent People Killed as Cops Use Civilians as Literal Human Shields in Shoot Out

4 Cops in 1 Dept Arrested in 6 Months for Beating Women, Even Pregnant Ones

School Cop Gets 10 Years in Prison for Violently Raping 12yo Girl, Filming It

 on: December 08, 2019, 10:10:49 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
116451Growing babies outside the womb

Certain brain regions smaller among women using birth control pills

The Failed Medical System

Fight for the freedom to question vaccines

A wicked cocktail of corporate greed, social media and opioid meds is slashing US life expectancy rates

Canadian firm launches class-action lawsuit against Bayer

Stress in early life may extend lifespan

Study queries the link between HPV vaccine and soaring infertility

Buyer Beware: GMO Stevia is everywhere

How Google Is Stealing Your Personal Health Data

Endocannabinoid System: deficiency identified in people with migraines, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and inflammatory and neurological conditions

Risks Linked to Choline Deficit Drastically Understated

Opioid Producers Put Blame on Addicts

The Tragic Leading Cause of Death for Ohio Preteens: Suicide

Choose Avocados to Help Reduce Risk for Obesity and Diabetes

Shady Implants: Corruption in the Medical Device Industry

How Biochar Is Triggering a New Industrial Revolution

 on: December 08, 2019, 12:32:46 am 
Started by scm - Last post by scm
A 700 ish view increase in one day. Where did they come from?  Will they spread the werd?

 on: December 07, 2019, 08:35:03 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Five key opportunities identified for hydrogen industry growth

Researchers develop generator that uses substance to convert waste heat into clean electricity

Bending an organic semiconductor can boost electrical flow

Car batteries can be frozen for safer transportation

Tracking power generation and use in the U.S. on an hourly basis

How to build a smart city: Innovation diplomacy, transparency, trust and... conflict?

Robotics researchers have a duty to prevent autonomous weapons

New 'hyper glue' formula developed

Remove car lanes, restrict vehicles and improve transit to reduce traffic congestion

Molecular vibrations lead to high performance laser

Novel material switches between electrically conducting and insulating states

A momentous view on the birth of photoelectrons

Simple experiment explains magnetic resonance

Study shows electric cars become practically useless in cold weather


New streaming technology will change computer gaming

Can anyone be completely anonymous?

Tips to help small business owners avoid phishing scam

Growth in data breaches shows need for government regulations (Comment: Duh, the govt is probably behind the breaches)

Deployable human-scale immersive virtual environments?


Stars seen slinging comets at Earth for the first time

Black hole or newborn stars? SOFIA finds galactic puzzle

Researchers identify a minimoon fireball

Gas giant composition not determined by host star

Gamma-ray binary HESS J0632+057 contains a pulsar, study suggests

Astronomers propose a novel method of finding atmospheres on rocky worlds

Unusual X-ray spectral variability observed in NGC 1313 X-1

Astronomers probe the nature of a peculiar pulsar wind nebula

New clues about the origin of stellar masses

Solar Wind Around Pluto instrument confirms solar wind slows farther away from the sun

Mars: We may have solved the mystery of how its landslides form

NASA's exoplanet-hunting mission catches a natural comet outburst in unprecedented detail

Sun's close-up reveals atmosphere hopping with highly energetic particles

Parker Solar Probe traces solar wind to its source on sun's surface: coronal holes

OSIRIS-REx mission explains Bennu's mysterious particle events


New software aims to make science more replicable

Standard compression algorithm could revolutionize physical and biological computations

Climate change delusions are undermining science

4 Renowned scientists expose major IPCC shortcomings: "Models Clearly Erroneous"

Climate Models Have Not Improved in 50 Years

'Deliberate falsehood': Scientists shred Chinese CRISPR babies experiment after leak of unpublished research

Scientists are playing sounds underwater to bring dead coral reefs back to life

Two of the biggest US earthquake faults might be linked

Peer review working? YDIH dominates science community readership stats

“Fossil dinosaur feathers found near the South Pole”

How much genetic diversity did humanity lose because of Noah’s Flood?

Neanderthal Extinction Caused by Inbreeding and Smallness of Their Populations

3,500-year-old skull and femur found in Hittite city of Sapinuwa in breakthrough discovery

Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders

Denisovans, A Mysterious Kind Of Ancient Humans, Are Traced To Tibet

Early humans domesticated themselves, new genetic evidence suggests

Cataclysm, Mass Extinctions, and the Consequent Myths

Older than Machu Picchu: Pre-Inca Mountaintop Settlement Discovered in Peru | Ancient Architects

Revealing The Anomalies Of Ancient Egyptian History


Richat Dome Formation / Impact Proxies Defined

 on: December 04, 2019, 12:19:18 pm 
Started by scm - Last post by Jerry B
Here are two very well-written articles by Jacob Hornberger which express his views and principles in foreign policy:

"Time to Admit It: It Was Wrong to Invade Afghanistan"

"Trade Wars and U.S. Foreign Policy"

Also, he points out the stark differences between libertarianism and statism:

And he had two posts in response to the Las Vegas mass shooting from 2017:
"U.S. Violence Abroad Begets Violence at Home"
and "America's Massive Warfare State and the Las Vegas Massacre"

I very much recommend especially those last two articles, showing the relationship between the U.S. government's killing spree abroad since World War II (and especially since September 11, 2001), and America's massive drug addiction and higher suicide rates, the "rage, incivility, or rudeness that has come to characterize many Americans who lose their temper for rather inconsequential reasons," and acts of violence like mass shootings.

 on: December 02, 2019, 10:17:23 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
(Some more on Self-Directed Learning)
The “Unschooling” Movement Lets Kids Direct Their Learning—And Shocker, It Works

Why Parents Are Choosing To 'Unschool' Their Children

Should Your Children Be Unschooled?

How to Create a Schedule That Helps Your Business Thrive While Unschooling Your Children and Traveling World

 on: December 01, 2019, 05:04:17 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


Would you like free healthcare for life? Don't accept the Big Lie

The Hyperinflation Myth Explained


Top 50 Unschooling Blogs And Websites To Follow in 2019

Unschooling - Personalised Education Now

Briefly: Unschooling is family-centered learning without classrooms or curriculum

Scientism, Hypothetical History, and Homeschooling

Unschooling: Why some parents are leaving learning up to the kids



Ridley: Library director suggests teaming up for freedom, after filming restriction conflict

The Death of Mozart was Faked

The Bill Cosby Story is All Fiction

The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was Faked

British government to decide how children can decorate their bedrooms

Bill Barr is Wrong to Claim Courts Cannot Examine Government Motives

Progressives Scream Like Banshees After Entrepreneur Helps Homeless

The IMF Proposes Ever-Increasing Tax Hikes for Japan

The Global Government Is Preparing A Global Tax Regime

California Plans FORCED Internment And Asset Seizure To Solve Homeless Crisis

Life-Saving Importance of Improvised Weapons

China Spreads Its Surveillance Standards Worldwide, Unveils New Crackdown On Phone Users’ Privacy

Teacher Fired For Posting Opposition To Illegal Immigrant Students Wins Legal Victory

Children Awarded $13 Million After Video Showed Cops Kill Their Dad as He Did Laundry

Innocent Man Jailed for 6 Months Until This Video Proved the Cop is a Lying Criminal

Cops Force K9 to Maul Innocent Sleeping Blind Man in His Own Home—Taxpayers Held Liable

Innocent Woman Handcuffed Naked and Terrorized by Cops Raiding the Wrong Home

Cop Arrested for Pulling Over Young Women for Speeding, Then Raping Them

Can You Trust What Medical Journals Publish?

 on: December 01, 2019, 02:39:39 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Injection of magnetizable fluid could extend trauma patients' survival time

Our diets are killing us and doctors aren't trained to help

Not all LDL is the same: Current cholesterol guidelines are 'dangerously misleading'

Cargill's GMO stevia hoodwinks consumers

More polio cases are now caused by vaccine than by wild virus

Cells used in vaccines contaminated with serious viruses including cancer

Americans are dying young at alarming rates

Why is toxic glyphosate still contaminating children's cereals?

Disabled Boy Kicked Out of School for Lack of Vaccination

Doctors Plot to Steal Baby When Parents Refuse Shot

How the Dairy Mafia Destroyed Dairy Farmers

 on: November 30, 2019, 07:31:27 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


A new tool to help one billion people at risk due to lack of access to cooling

Movement rather than shape of wings determines flight

A new type of hybrid colloidal quantum dot/organic solar cells

Report shows high injury rate at Amazon warehouses

Team develops satellites that fix other satellites

New type of transistor designed by engineering professor

Nuclear reactors with a newly proposed barrier could have withstood Chernobyl and Fukushima

New big data algorithms improve earthquake detection; monitor livestock health and agricultural pests

Research highlights need to safeguard drones and robotic cars against cyber attacks

A new model to retrieve images based on sketches

In New York, grocery deliveries go high-tech

Team makes materials that water, heat, or mechanical forces can alter into new shapes

Flexoskeleton printing: Fabricating flexible exoskeletons for insect-inspired robots

Researchers set new upper limit on neutrino mass

Facial recognition "Robocops" see through our clothes and listen to our phone calls

20 Ingenious inventions in 2019

25 Insanely Cool Products That You Probably Haven’t Heard About


China surveillance tech seeks to go global

Kids may need more help finding answers to their questions in the information age

New Facebook app pays people to take part in surveys

Novel tactile display using computer-controlled surface adhesion

Human-machine interaction enables development of highly accurate decision-making systems

Mystery blurs dump of over 1 billion people's personal data

Artificial intelligence underlying mechanisms

Virtual reality becomes more real

How smartphones can verify your identity

New device enables battery-free computer input at the tip of your finger

Toward more efficient computing, with magnetic waves

Superconductivity theory under attack


Astronomers locate a galaxy containing three supermassive black holes [i.e. quasar clusters] at the center

Carbon soccer ball with extra proton probably most abundant form in space

Study sheds more light on the properties of a Type Ia supernova discovered very young

Mapping our galaxy's magnetic field

Ultraluminous X-ray source UGC 6456 ULX investigated in detail

Global storms on Mars launch dust towers into the sky

New image offers close-up view of interstellar comet

Titan Anomalies

Effects of the solar wind


Ice fossils found in meteorite

Sugars in Meteorites

Meteor Bombardment to Plate Tectonics

What are lost continents and why are we discovering so many?

'Insect apocalypse' and light pollution

Mysterious protein central to the functioning of DNA

Amazonian tree with human-sized leaves finally Identified as new species

Draconian Climate Change Agenda: Back to The Medieval Green World

How the sun affects temperatures on Earth

2019 AGU abstract supports Younger Dryas "exacerbated" by cosmic impact

Genetic effects of the Flood bottleneck

African evidence support Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

5,000-Year-Old Ancient Pyramid Discovered in Peru | Ancient Architects

The story of the ancient underground precision granite box of Mastaba 17, at Meidum, Egypt

Origin Of The Tiwanaku Culture In Bolivia? The Obscure Site Called Konko Wankane

Was There One Ancient Global Megalithic Culture Or Many?

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