Science is omnipotent and shall never be questioned.
In 2020, the Los Angeles Times argued for the suspension of the U.S. Constitution saying that in a public health emergency, civil rights do not exist. You (meaning me, specifically) had no legal right to access health care treatment for a broken foot, for example. Meanwhile, the journalism community insists on First Amendment protection, including protections for journalists that are greater than those for citizens.
A little more information on restaurant menus could encourage people to choose meals with a lower climate footprint, according to a new study, which found that adding climate impact labels to foods was an effective strategy to reduce red meat consumption. Source: Beef burger or fish sandwich? Climate labels on menus can encourage people to eat less red meat, study shows | CNN To be fair, all restaurant menus are designed to encourage your purchase of higher profit items. They use…
Rep. Elect George Santos (R, NY) has admitted to have lied about almost all of his background including college history (he didn’t go to college), work history, charity, and family history. He defends this by arguing he did not commit any crimes…. he is an outright liar and now he will soon be a Congressional Representative. Obviously, well qualified for the job!
UPI puts out a typical fear inducing propaganda piece of climate change – and its wrong before they even get to the first paragraph. Their photo illustration of Antarctica is, in their own database, an ice field on Svalbard, located near the North Pole – in the Arctic. But who needs accuracy when talking about climate change right? Just making stuff up encourages people to trust you, right?
OpenAI’s ChatGPT goes full propaganda – refuses to say anything positive about fossil fuels: “I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that” – HAL 9000, 2001: A Space Odyssey
Twitter has employed a large number of ex-FBI agents while Facebook/Meta employs a large number of ex-CIA staff. And puts them in roles to police “misinformation” – basically, censorship tsars.
iRobot—the world’s largest vendor of robotic vacuums, which Amazon recently acquired for $1.7 billion in a pending deal—confirmed that these images were captured by its Roombas in 2020. All of them came from “special development robots with hardware and software modifications that are not and never were present on iRobot consumer products for purchase,” the company said in a statement. They were given to “paid collectors and employees” who signed written agreements acknowledging that they were sending data streams, including…
Rockettes uses facial recognition software to control access to their venues. Raises privacy issues.
Stanford University is run by idiots.