General Outlines Who is the author of the Old Testament? One wonders how many readers of the Old Testament, if asked the above question, would reply by repeating what they had read in the introduction to their Bible. They might answer that, even though it was written by men inspired by the Holy Ghost, the author was God. Sometimes, the author of the Bible’s presentation confines himself to informing his reader of this succinct observation which puts an end to all further questions. Sometimes he corrects it by warning him that details may subsequently have been added to the primitive text by men, but that nonetheless, the litigious character of a passage does not alter the general “truth’ that proceeds from it. This “truth’ is stressed very heavily. The Church Authorities answer for it, being the only body, With the assistance of the Holy Ghost, able to enlighten the faithful on such points.
Messenger Eight hundred years after King John made history when he fixed his seal to the Magna Carta, the public is being re-introduced to one of the most famous documents in political history. Law, Liberty, Legacy has just opened to the public. Many visitors to the exhibition will doubtless have their heads turned by the American Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson himself or the United States Bill of Rights, neither of which have visited Britain before.
Would you have thought, for example, that this document was still being called upon at the time of World War II? In , the British government had introduced Defence Regulation 18B, which provided that persons deemed to be a threat to national security could be detained indefinitely.
If you’re going to understand the male dating experience, a great place to look is online, where, generally, as in real-life, men are the pursuers and women are the pursued.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown Oct. Author and editor Stephen Elliott, founder of The Rumpus, is suing over his inclusion on a Google spreadsheet that started circulating around this time last year. Dubbed the “shitty media men” list , it was created by a woman named Moira Donegan, who urged female friends and fellow writers to anonymously out male journalists, pundits, and literary types who were known to take sexual liberties.
The list wound up with allegations against more than 70 named men, ranging from making unappreciated advances on women colleagues to serial sexual assault and rape. Elliot was anonymously accused of conduct from rape to “unsolicited invitations to his apartment. In the suit, Elliott asks for details—names, addresses, etc. Anyone who had a link could see it and contribute, and even after Donegan took it down, screenshots and PDFs of the page persisted. Donegan took down the document not long after Buzzfeed published an article about it.
She said she hadn’t been trying to publicize the names of alleged shitty men, simply to create a digital “whisper network” that allowed women in media to warn one another—more like an email forward of yore than a Facebook post. But according to Elliott and some of the other men named on the list , this still had the power to have “derailed” his life. His lawsuit said he will subpoena Google for metadata that can help him figure out who specifically made the allegations against him.
Every man on that list i recognized—had reason to be there. So much will come out in discovery. Lee xtinehlee October 12, Some of the other men whose names were on the list questioned his strategy.
Contents [ show ] Design Sarah Lynn had light brown hair with bangs that she wore styled over the side of her head and sea-foam green eyes. She had pale skin and light brown freckles on her cheeks and nose, and she wore red lipstick. She had dark circles underneath her eyes.
Heroes and Villains – A little light reading. Here you will find a brief history of technology. Initially inspired by the development of batteries, it covers technology in general and includes some interesting little known, or long forgotten, facts as well as a few myths about the development of technology, the science behind it, the context in which it occurred and the deeds of the many.
Potential of abundant, environmentally harmless energy technology , which already exists My strategy for manifesting that energy event for humanity’s and the planet’s benefit. I w as born in In that same year, I had my cultural and mystical awakenings. During my second year of college, I had my first existential crisis and a paranormal event changed my studies from science to business. I s till held my energy dreams, however, and in , eight years after that first paranormal event, I had a second one that suddenly caused me to move up the coast from Los Angeles to Seattle, where I landed in the middle of what is arguably the greatest attempt yet made to bring alternative energy to the American marketplace.
That effort was killed by the local electric industry , which saw our technology as a threat to its revenues and profits, and my wild ride began. The owner of the Seattle business left the state to rebuild his effort. I followed him to Boston and soon became his partner. M y partner’s experiences in Seattle radicalized him. My use of “radical” intends to convey the original ” going to the root ” meaning. Radicals seek a fundamental understanding of events so they aim for the root and do not hack at branches , but more economically than politically in my partner’s instance.
Planned obsolescence or built-in obsolescence in industrial design is a policy of planning or designing a product with a limited useful life, so it will become obsolete, that is, unfashionable or no longer functional after a certain period of time. Built-in obsolescence is used in many different products.
There is, however, the potential backlash of consumers who learn that the manufacturer invested money to make the product obsolete faster; such consumers might turn to a producer if any exists that offers a more durable alternative. Estimates of planned obsolescence can influence a company’s decisions about product engineering. Therefore, the company can use the least expensive components that satisfy product lifetime projections.
Such decisions are part of a broader discipline known as value engineering.
Dec 22, · About 1, years ago, Cahokia was North America’s greatest city, composed of mounds spread out over 15 square kilometers (6 mi 2) of the mighty Mississippi-adjacent one point, the city boasted a population of 20,, larger than that of London and other prominent European centers.
May Tricks they play Mass production needs mass consumption. But there’s a limit to how much we can consume – or at least, there was. Below are some ways we are inveigled into buying more. This kind of obsolescence of function is legitimate. Less acceptable is obsolescence of quality where something that should last has parts that repeatedly break down. And psychological obsolescence is the least defensible but most effective of all, making us want something new even when what we have is still working or wearing very well.
A date with death Reducing the quality of the product to shorten its life is a sure way of forcing the consumer quickly back to the marketplace fora replacement. It is our obligation. We are obligated to work on obsolescence as our contribution to a healthy, growing society. In general, goods perform better today but for a shorter time.
Fashion can destroy the value of possessions even though they are still perfectly good.
But my experience with the Fitbit Charge HR draws attention to a wider issue across Silicon Valley and beyond, where digital startups sacrifice quality for the sake of volume. I like the feature set that I get from such an unobtrusive, lightweight device. It delivers the time, date, alerts and alarms to my wrist, and I use it to monitor key wellbeing metrics, such as heart rate and sleep time, which it reports to the Fitbit app on my phone.
This even has a built-in blood-oxygen sensor which in theory can screen for sleep apnea — except that Fitbit has not yet activated this functionality or given any timeframe for when it will happen.
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Made to Break 2 -Edwin Howard Armstrong taking David Sarnoff’s attractive secretary in a ride in the “fastest car he could find” and then marrying her soon after, seems like an episode of Mad Men He invented what was called a “limiter” and a “discriminator” which significantly decreased radio static and allowed for a stronger signal to carry further. In a demonstration, apparently audiences could hear and discern activities over the airwaves such as water being poured and paper crumpling Like Armstrong, personally, I am all for technological growth and new developments, and care little about how the major corporations are going to make their money on new products that make their i.
So because of the potentially disastrous bottom line for RCA, and with their hopes being pinned on the TV destroying the radio, Sarnoff misrepresented the FM invention, fired the biggest proponent of the radio signal, Dr. Baker; and asked Armstrong to essentially clean out his lab and that he was replaced by the TV wonderboy and his lab Speaking to economics here:
Early life[ edit ] Curtis was born on 15 July , at the Memorial Hospital in Stretford, Manchester , and grew up in a working-class household in Macclesfield, Cheshire. He was awarded a scholarship at the age of 11 at Macclesfield’s independent King’s School. Here, he developed his interests in philosophy, literature, and eminent poets such as Thom Gunn.
The year after Ian had graduated from King’s School, the Curtis family purchased a house from a relative, and moved to New Moston.
Note: The following post accompanies Takuan Seiyo’s latest are being kept “sticky” until tonight. Scroll down for other posts that have appeared since Wednesday. Certain posts at Gates of Vienna, among them those by Takuan Seiyo, tend to attract the attention and comments of people who are preoccupied with the Jews.
Weapons developments could make armoured formations as they are currently structured obsolete. While the obsolescence of armour is by no means certain, it could provide some distinct advantages for technologically advanced nations. Weapon systems do become obsolete, often the fact is not accepted early enough and inappropriate weapons are taken to war. Cavalry in the Second World War is a recent example. Weapon systems become obsolete primarily because they are no longer effective or because they cost more than can be afforded.
The Yom Kippur indicate that tank attrition could be higher than can be sustained in a modern war even when combined arms are employed well. Tanks face a variety of very sophisticated threats which will require some reconsideration of designs. Missiles, mines, homing indirect projectiles, and, in the future robotics and directed energy weapons could make the battlefield too lethal for tank heavy forces. If sufficient armour is added, the tank loses its essential mobility.
Tanks are increasingly expensive for marginal gaims in protection, mobility, and firepower. Limits on strategic mobility mean limited areas where tanks can be employed throughout the world. Logistic and production rate problems make tanks unattractive if anything else can perform their functions.
Where would you put it? The idea of products built not to last irks us, but for a variety of reasons we routinely discard devices that work just fine. Obsolescence by any other name has helped nourish a sweet economy, but a hidden cost is coming due fast, in the poisonous waste quickly overwhelming the world’s capacity to deal with it. Giles Slade, who describes himself as an “unaffiliated scholar,” produces these numbers in “Made to Break”: At least 90 percent of the million still-functional personal computers discarded in North America in were trashed it was 63 million just a year before , and more than million cell phones — , tons worth — were thrown away in
Respectful: Britain’s Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh visits the Field of Remembrance in the grounds of Westminster Abbey in central London on Thursday.. Look at the photograph below? This picture will fill Millions of Brits with pride, nostalgia and patronism. Women, old and young will inevitably coo.
April 09, Welcome to our journey into the guts of The Walking Dead. What kind of journey? A philosophical, psychoanalytical and political kind. What I would like to do over the next couple months is dig thought the Walking Dead episode by episode to see what it can teach us. Thank you for following me on this journey. I look forward to reading your comments. There are spoilers everywhere. One rose is an expression of sentiment.
A dozen roses is symbolic oppression. But the practice of dating has only been around for about a hundred years in the United States.