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originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: carewemust
Scared, they are.
Since Congress heads home on Thursday for their 10 day turkey feast, President Trump (and DOJ?) will unleash a STORM on that day. He loves to aggravate our do-nothing Congress.
originally posted by: PlusUltra
originally posted by: daskakik
But you specifically called out the NYT article that you didn't read. Enough said.
No I didn't. Trump called out NYT. I quoted him.
I am calling out these Mockingturd Media effort to belittle the newfound peace with North Korea:
I'd like to live in a world where efforts toward peace are supported
not downplayed and mocked.
A world where our Media is not owned by a covert agenda seeking to DIVIDE but by everyday citizens seeking the truth of a situation.
A world where not all the Media sounds exactly the same and can easily be cut into stereotypical left-and-right but where there is diversity of viewpoint.
A want a world with less #FakeNews.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
IIB, there was a 20 and a 22 day break! If Q was one person, would they really get away with 10 weeks holiday a year? (4 + 4 + your 2).
BALTIMORE — The Vatican stymied a plan by America’s Catholic leaders to confront sexual abuse, insisting in a surprise directive on Monday morning that U.S. bishops postpone their efforts to hold bishops more responsible in the abuse cases that have scourged the church.
Bishops attending the annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops expressed a mixture of disappointment, acceptance and frustration at the news from Rome, while angry victims’ advocates accused church leaders of impeding reforms.
“What we see here is the Vatican again trying to suppress even modest progress by the U.S. bishops,” said Anne Barrett Doyle, co-director of BishopAccountability.org, which compiles data on clergy abuse in the church. “We’re seeing where the problem lies, which is with the Vatican."
“Often when we try to predict the future, we want to influence the future. To influence, we need to understand the right explanation for what happened,” Evans said. “That’s what tells us the levers to pull and push to get the outcomes we want. We’re trying to develop machine learning methods that identify the true explanation, not just the best prediction.”
To tackle this challenge, DARPA has engaged a stable of research teams to create realistic simulations of the social world, including the social dynamics of urban life, economies and trade, unstable politics, and disaster. Social MIND will use data produced by these “hidden” social models and seek to generate the true causal explanation, predict social states in future generations of the system, and craft interventions that can help improve these modeled social worlds in desirable ways.
Accomplishing this task will require considerable computational power and infrastructure, which will be developed with researchers from the University of Chicago Department of Computer Science. CLIPPER and Deep Learning Hub, serving systems for running and comparing machine learning frameworks, will be adapted to estimate and select models with the desired qualities. The project will also create new frameworks for developing optimal experiments to yield improved models, explanations, predictions and interventions.
“Our aspiration for this project is to expand the reach of AI by supplementing the power of machine learning, alongside high performance computing and causal modeling, to not only anticipate, but also directly understand and improve the world,” Evans said.
originally posted by: MetalThunder
All these high level retirements and resignations - it really is something. Like they know something.
Is the something Q or more certain events with unknown detrimental effects ? Or a combination of the 2
Certainly the political intrigue is compelling, but wait .... Are we really getting prepared for something much larger ? It's Bigger than you think ! ? !
Do your own due diligence and you will learn the below is our reality, ready or not - we are in for some changes and things are going to get very interesting. This is about as big as it gets IMO
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the incoming Democratic chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, urged top U.S. law enforcement officials to respond to over 100 letters House Democrats sent regarding Trump’s actions towards U.S. law enforcement, Reuters reported.