Riots have no place in a civilized society…
Freedom of speech and assembly is essential to maintain a civilized society – but violence is not the way to go, no matter how passionately you hold your opinions.
In the last few days, we have seen violent riots in the streets of Canada in support of terrorist organizations.
This has to stop!
This is really quite amusing – it was just last night (or, should I say early this morning?) that I had stumbled upon CrazyRussianHacker’s channel. Quite amusing – he is rather funny and some of his ideas are definitely something I’m going to try out when we go cottaging with my family.
And yes, I did see he had a video for a dry ice air conditioner, but thought the idea silly and skipped that video.
It seems that Thunderf00t did not skip it – and has some things to say about it:
P.S. CRH actually has a video where he criticizes some of his own earlier hacks and shows why and how they are to be voided, so he’s probably open to constructive criticism. Should be interesting to watch his reaction…
Very well phrased and clearly explained – it’s like this guy’s not even a politician!
This is the big difference between the Palestinian terrorist of Hamas and the law-abiding Israeli Military: The Israeli military warns civilians to get out of the region they are about to attack so that non-military people, civilians, will not be caught in the crossfire and injured or even killed…while the Palestinian terrorists of Hamas are telling the innocent Palestinian civilians to stay, so that they will be hurt and killed and they, the terrorists, can use the civilians’ suffering in a propaganda war!
Yes, I have been saying this for years – but now, even the Palestinian Envoy to the UNHRC is daring to speak this truth:
If you still don’t believe that the ancient hatred of anti-Semitism is the same beast in a new cloak, styling itself as ‘anti-Zionism’ and ‘reasonable’ criticism of the country of Israel, just listen to the venom of the ‘anti-Zionists’ and their unbridled Jew-hatred:
The following videos are most excellent – but, if you have not ever been exposed to the language of ‘immunology’ or the latest theories in this branch of science, you may find the following few explanations useful. Otherwise, please, proceed to the videos themselves!
Our body is made up of cells.
The outer layer of the cell is called a cell membrane. It is made up of a waterproof ‘double-layer’ of ‘phospholipid bilayer’ - which make it very difficult for either water or fat-based substances to make it into the cell. (A phospholipid is a thigie that is water-soluble on one end, fat-soluble on the other. When they form a bilayer (a two-layer), they line up in just such a way that neither water nor fat soluble stuff can enter the cell through – which is why they are so useful in forming the cell wall.)
But, in order to live, the cell needs to exchange chemicals (like food and oxygen) with the outside. In order to do this, each cell has some proteins built into the cell wall. These proteins form channels that permit specific chemical reactions to occur – thus permitting the cell to ‘eat’ and ‘breathe’.
These proteins are not ‘flush’ with the rest of the cell wall – they form very specific ‘bumps’ on the surface of the cell wall that are unique to each protein…and each cell has a unique pattern of these proteins.
Thus, each different type of cell has a ‘fingerprint’ pattern of protein ‘bumps’ in the cell wall – that is how the body recognizes each cell for what it is and what function it performs.
Virus cells also have a unique ‘fingerprint’ pattern of proteins in their cell walls – and it is by this ‘fingerprint’ that our immune system learns to recognize them. It then builds specific anti-bodies that check for this specific ‘fingerprint’ on the virus wall and if they detect it, they bind to it and eventually kill it.
Viruses are notorious for changing their ‘surface proteins’ and thus their ‘fingerprints’, making it impossible for our immune systems to identify the virus cells and mark them for destruction.
But, even if you are not educated in this field, the conclusion in the second video will make sense!