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Breaking: New Climate Data Rigging Scandal Rocks US Government

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A newly-uncovered and monumental calculating error in official US government climate data shows beyond doubt that climate scientists unjustifiably added on a whopping one degree of phantom warming to the official "raw" temperature record. Skeptics believe the discovery may trigger the biggest of all “climate con” scandals in Congress and sound the death knell on American climate policy. http://www.principia-scientific.org/breaking-new-climate-data-rigging-scandal-rocks-us-government.html?utm_campaign=newsletter_January_19_2014
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>20 fucking 14 >still no hoverboards Thanks "engineers"
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How do I get a first?
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Who says Psychology isn't a real science? I am making 6 figures with a B.S. in Psychology fresh out of college. Here's my story: I used to be poor. So poor that I had to work as an escort in college. My piece of shit dad didn't want to pay for my rent if I wasn't going to live at home, and my ex stopped paying because he was too much in debt. Through hard work, I balanced school and work and managed to graduate cum laude while working part time as an escort. Today, I am 21 years old and making 109,000 per year as an HR manager for a large engineering company.

Mathematics and mental illnesses

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So I'm watching this amazing documentary called "Dangerous Knowledge": >We’re bringing back by popular demand Dangerous Knowledge, the BBC’s 90-minute documentary that takes a close look at four mathematicians – Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing – whose thinking profoundly influenced modern mathematics but also drove them (or so the program argues) to insanity and eventually suicide. Cantor gave us “set theory.” Boltzmann made important contributions in the fields of statistical mechanics and statistical thermodynamics. Gödel is remembered for his incompleteness theorems. Turing built on Gödel’s work and laid the foundation for computer science. They all spent their difficult final years in various states of mental decline. http://www.openculture.com/2011/09/dangerous_knowledge_4_brilliant_mathematicians_their_drift_to_insanity.html In it, they profile Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing and show how all of them went insane. Suggesting that math could have been the cause of it. Can mathematics really drive people insane?






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