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How does the law work in space?
There are five national or international space agencies involved in the ISS - from the US, Canada, Japan, Russia and several European countries - and a legal framework sets out that national law applies to any people and possessions in space.
So if a Canadian national were to commit a crime in space, they would be subject to Canadian law, and a Russian citizen to Russian law.
Space law also sets out provisions for extradition back on Earth, should a nation decide it wishes to prosecute a citizen of another nation for misconduct in space.
In Unprecedented, Shocking Proposal, BOE's Mark Carney Urges Replacing Dollar With Libra-Like Reserve Currency
...replace the US Dollar with a "Libra-like" reserve currency in a dramatic revamp of the global monetary, financial and economic order.
Of course, such a new system would bring about the end of US hegemony, and effectively end the dollar-based global financial system, dramatically scaling back the US's influence in the global economy, and making rising powers like China and Russia critical players an increasingly multipolar world.... especially if they propose a gold-backed dollar alternative to the world. That this would quickly emerge as the new reserve currency - together with whatever stablecoin/crypto central bankers deign to be the dollar's replacement - goes without saying.
he also warned that “blithe acceptance of the status quo is misguided,” and dramatic steps will ultimately be needed. It's what he said next that was stunning: "In the longer term, we need to change the game," Carney said. "When change comes, it shouldn’t be to swap one currency hegemon for another."
We note that, because it is a well known fact that central bankers tend to speak the truth once they have quit their position of power and influence. Yet it is quite shocking for Carnery to do so while still in office; the bottom line, Carney sounded like nothing less than an Austrian-school economist, who admits that the existing neo-liberal/Keynesian system has collapsed.
King Brothers, Pine Canyon Ranch and King Land and Cattle sold Zorro Trust of New York at least 6,270 acres and water rights.
A public notice in the New Mexico Environment Department Ground Water Quality Bureau, had a listing for Zorro Ranch with a principal contact , Brice M. Gordon, the Ranch Manager and the manager of Zorro Trust, with an associated e-mail address of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, the Albuquerque Journal has posted legal notices to the effect that “Zorro Inc” (Epstein's company) wants to change location of a well, or dig deeper into new aquifers, or change the location of that well yet again. Why does that well keep moving, and why would he need so much water if he's not using the land for its intended purpose? Why does he keep seeking permits to "DIG" so deep? Is this a bait-and-switch operation, where he gets approval to build one thing, and while everyone turns a blind eye, he digs something entirely else?
Zorro Ranch, Brice Gordon, Ranch Manager, proposes to renew the Discharge Permit for the discharge of up to 10,080 gallons per day of industrial wastewater to a treatment and disposal system.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: Trillium
SHE IS DONE!
Is this the last nail in the coffen
Now on palliative care.
TRUMP WILL GET ANOTHER APPOINTMENT!
Rejoice -- the USA is saved.
Did she get a plastic or steel BD Stent?
If plastic...doctors give her 3 months.
To Stent or Not to Stent: An Evidence-Based Approach to Palliative Procedures at the End ...
by M Sydney · 2012 · Cited by 9 · Related articles
Patients near the end of life often undergo invasive procedures, such as biliary stenting for obstructive jaundice, with the intent of relieving symptoms. ... Studies had high attrition rates, results for improvements in symptoms and quality of life were mixed, and rates of complications and short-term mortality were high.