The Lessons We Learned form The Defeat of Hillary Clinton
DEM'S primary. What a shame! To the worst, Mark Penn molded a humble lady to an inevitable and arrogant "machine"! 99% of the media and pundits hate her and hate her a lot! (even after say sorry to her, and hate her again, see the MSNBC pundits!). Last but not least, the strategist of Hillary Camp seems that they do not know they'll win the Michigan and Florida primaries, when Hillary signed the agreement to agree the votes could not be counted! What a foolish strategy and strategists.
3. Internet money- Hillary camp does not learn form Howard Dean's online donation strategy!Money is tight , not once but twice and again! Only after the Pen Primary, they seem to know, Hillary can get a lot of small money from Internet!History is now! It is time for Lady Hillary to say good-bye to the nomination! She lost 1/3 chance to be President and she is stronger and better than Mr. Al Gore, the chickened loser (Gore scared to take 2008 election!). Not once, the citizens of US choose a WEAK one to challenge the GOP'S candidate, John McCain! Sen Obama, lost Michigan, Florida, CA. Ohio, Texas, New York, and Pen primaries…...etc. And he can be the Dem Party Presidential candidate. It never happens in the history of primary election in United States. I have the reason to be pessimistic and I am worrying! Preacher Obama could lost to McCain in general election. Unless, Lady Hillary could be his Vice-President.!
Research in plant neurobiology shows that plants have senses, intelligence and emotions.
- The field of plant neurobiology studies the complex behavior of plants.
- Plants were found to have 15-20 senses, including many like humans.
- Some argue that plants may have awareness and intelligence, while detractors persist.
Most people think human extinction would be bad. These people aren't philosophers.
- A new opinion piece in The New York Times argues that humanity is so horrible to other forms of life that our extinction wouldn't be all that bad, morally speaking.
- The author, Dr. Todd May, is a philosopher who is known for advising the writers of The Good Place.
- The idea of human extinction is a big one, with lots of disagreement on its moral value.
Since the idea of locality is dead, space itself may not be an aloof vacuum: Something welds things together, even at great distances.
- Realists believe that there is an exactly understandable way the world is — one that describes processes independent of our intervention. Anti-realists, however, believe realism is too ambitious — too hard. They believe we pragmatically describe our interactions with nature — not truths that are independent of us.
- In nature, properties of Particle B may depend on what we choose to measure or manipulate with Particle A, even at great distances.
- In quantum mechanics, there is no explanation for this. "It just comes out that way," says Smolin. Realists struggle with this because it would imply certain things can travel faster than light, which still seems improbable.