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The Stupid Fuckers wouldn't listen -- Now all of us are in a life threatening time

(This is a second try post this with the name of a candidate removed as the post was blocked by tammywammy.)

The stupid fuckers wouldn't listen -- so let them asphixiate ocean and land animals, and eventually the whole world.

The information provided at the link was funded by the National Science Foundation and published in the American Geophysical Union journal Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

One presidential candidate has made this a first priority calling it a "dire emergency".

The National Science Foundation has just released a report showing that climate is changing more and more rapidly as non-linear processes accelerate the damage. Loss of oxygen is one of the most serious problems surfacing in my lifetime, getting worse with each passing year. That is why this presidential election is so critically important. It may already be too late, but if not, the steps to stop it must be drastic, and immediate.


Bernardo de La Paz hotly criticized my original post saying that the paper was not discussing ATMOSPHERIC oxygen, but only ocean oxygen. I asked him to read the paper and he said he did. What he missed was this easily found quote from the paper:

The entire ocean -- from the depths to the shallows -- gets its oxygen supply from the surface, either from the atmosphere or from phytoplankton, which release oxygen into the water through photosynthesis.

The stupid fuckers wouldn't listen -- so let them asphixiate along with their families, pets and

ocean and land animals, and eventually the whole world.

The information provided at the link was funded by the National Science Foundation and published in the American Geophysical Union journal Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has made the climate change issue his first priority calling it a "dire emergency". The National Science Foundation has just released a report showing that climate is changing more and more rapidly as non-linear processes accelerate the damage. Loss of oxygen is one of the most serious problems surfacing in my lifetime, getting worse with each passing year. That is why this presidential election is so critically important. It may already be too late, but if not, the steps to stop it must be drastic, and immediate.



How the DNC uses the "delegate system" to scuttle the competition, even if he wins the popular vote


It's true. Bernie earned 15 delegates by winning 62.5% of the Democratic vote-- the bottom up democratic way. But Hillary also received 15 delegates. The difference is, she earned 9 delegates because people voted for her. But the anti-democratic, top down Democratic Party provides a system that prevents the people from electing candidates. The DNC enabled her to have six superdelegates. That makes the New Hampshire delegate count a tie-- 15 to 15.

As it stands, Bernie Sanders could continue to win popular votes in more early primary states and lose or tie elections because the DNC gives Hillary superdelegates. This is comparable to intra-party gerrymandering.

This is bullshit, an outrageous obscenity against justice and Democracy. It should go no further.

I demand that the Democratic party eliminate superdelegates ASAP.

We live in a time where the system tries to disconnect us from participation in influencing how things are decided. A handful of elites are in charge of a very top down system and they like it that way. Superdelegates are an invention of the Democratic party-- designed to prevent popular candidates from winning primaries. Superdelegates are elected officials-- members of the senate, the house of representatives. Here, Wikipedia provides more details:

For Democrats, superdelegates fall into two categories: delegates seated based on other positions they hold, who are formally described (in Rule 9.A) as "unpledged party leader and elected official delegates" (unpledged PLEO delegates); andadditional unpledged delegates selected by each state party (in a fixed predetermined number), who are formally described (in Rule 9.B) as "unpledged add-on delegates" and who need not hold any party or elected position before their selection as delegates.
And here's who the superdelegates are, according to Wikipedia:

"There is no fixed number of unpledged PLEO (Party Leaders and Elected Officials) delegates. The number can change during the campaign as particular individuals gain or lose qualification under a particular category. The unpledged PLEO delegates are: all Democratic members of the United States Congress, Democratic governors, members of the Democratic National Committee, "ll former Democratic Presidents, all former Democratic Vice Presidents, all former Democratic Leaders of the U.S. Senate, all former Democratic Speakers of the U.S. House of Representatives and Democratic Minority Leaders, as applicable, and all former Chairs of the Democratic National Committee."

Originally, Superdelegates made up 14% of the total delegates. It has crept up to 20%, with the additional delegates appointed by powerful people in the party. This has always been bullshit. This is what elites holding top down power do when bottom up movements threaten their power. SNIP

Microsoft app used to tally votes at Iowa caucus fails in some areas reported by USA TODAY


It does seem strange that Microsoft played such a big part in this with their many glitches in most of their software these days... but this particular one is especially worrisome:


Microsoft Recount APP was not working properly at 1 location-Iowa Caucus Stream-A-Thon! Continued... https://t.co/0QQ92oFsUI via @YouTube
— CelesteHolmes (@Dallas4Bernie) February 2, 2016


Will the 2016 Primaries Be Electronically Rigged?

Is there anything we techno nerds can do about this problem? I know Obama had a crack team.



Will the 2016 Primaries Be Electronically Rigged?

Primary election rigging in the coming weeks and months is all but assured if American voters and candidates don't take steps to prevent it now. Evidence that US voting systems are wide open to fraud and manipulation should be taken seriously in light of the unprecedented high-stakes elections we're facing.

Not in recent history have American voters been presented with such radically polarized candidates, forcing a crucial choice for the direction of our future, and possibly upending long-established centers of power.
Local fixers, insider operatives, rogue hackers and even foreign countries could all rig US elections electronically.

It's no secret that US primaries have been tightly controlled by the two ruling parties, usually to the benefit of their favored candidates. If this internal manipulation (some might call it rigging) is not publicly condoned, neither is it loudly condemned.

This year, however, the primary season is shaping up to be a battle royal between the political establishment and outsider insurgencies who are challenging the party elites and defying their usual filters, money and manipulations. And it seems all bets are off.

SNIP More here at link:


I FREAKED OUT when I realized

what is NOT being done to insure that whichever Dem wins the White House, that there is a PLAN to take over the house and senate so we can really see change in the system.


I see that Hillary has donated millions to Dem candidates running for the House and Senate... but she has a LOT more money and has a LOT of help from the PACS to get their people in. Bernie has donated nothing to those races, probably because of a need to conserve funds (a guess only).

Much of the worry about a Bernie presidency that I'm reading about today is that there is no PLAN to take over those houses.

For those interested in what candidates are vulnerable, not vulnerable, maybe vulnerable, etc.... here is a great resource:


FYI... I'm a Bernie fan, but I want to see him succeed with the revolution that we so badly need.

Batman slaps face of doubting voter who thinks Bernie can't win

Sorry about the huge amount of code. Couldn't seem to get it cleaned up.

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Exciting research: The inexpensive amino acid Taurine grows new brain cells

Comment from Aikido Soul: The amino acid Taurine has been included for decades in treatment programs by specialist MDs who care for patients with toxic brain and central nervous system injury. I appreciate articles coming from the Life Extension Foundation, but purchase almost zero of its products because they too often use non-organic soy and corn as source material, which can come from GMO crops. Clean Taurine is easily found. (Sorry about the smilies which were inadvertently formed within the references).
Excerpt taken from Life Extension Magazine:

Grow New Brain Cells

By Forrest Ritiker

For years, scientists believed brain shrinkage was inevitable and irreversible.

Cutting-edge research has shown that brain cells can regenerate.

An amino acid called taurine plays an important role in creating new brain cells.

Researchers found that taurine increased the growth of brain cells by activating “sleeping” stem cells. Taurine also increased the survival of new neurons, resulting in an increase in adult brain cell creation.1-3

Recent studies reveal that taurine has unique biochemical properties that promote new brain cell formation.4,5 Animal studies show that taurine triggers new brain cells to grow in the hippocampus, the area of the brain most concerned with memory.1,6 This can lead to dramatic improvements in cognition and recall.7,8 Low levels of taurine have been observed in patients with Parkinson’s disease.9,10

In addition to these impressive brain benefits, taurine also boosts cardiac function and reduces arterial stiffness as well as reducing the negative impacts of metabolic syndrome.11-16 In fact, taurine supplementation added to the drug metformin has been shown to offer tremendous reductions in tissue damage.17

Taurine levels fall significantly with age, leaving the brain, heart, kidneys, and other tissues deprived of this vital healing compound­—one capable of rescuing dying cells and restoring cellular communication.1,6,18

Experts are beginning to recognize that with age, many can experience a taurine deficiency that is a real and fundamental threat to health.

The great news is that taurine is a super low-cost supplement, meaning everyone can benefit from its potential to slow and reverse degenerative processes.

Taurine Grows New Brain Cells

For years, scientists believed that brain shrinkage (atrophy) was an unstoppable degenerative process. New research reveals this loss of brain matter is partially caused by reversible processes.19,20 This knowledge opens the door to a new paradigm—one that aims to restore brain structure and function—as opposed to simply treating the symptoms.


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