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Originally posted by wayno
I find that most people are guilty of not looking at the "big picture" when trying to analyze some problem.
Well, I don't think I have ever encountered anyone before who has made this kind of attempt to tie everything together. I don't think I have the thinking, reasoning, or telepathic capacity to even make a comment about whether or not you are on the right track.
Its interesting for sure. I always believe that there is a big picture out there that encapsulates everything. Not saying you have it in clear focus yet, but I think you may be closer to seeing it than a lot of people.
Originally posted by Copernicus
reply to post by Lavey2
If this is true, you should be able to make predictions that comes true on ATS?
Originally posted by CuteAngel
reply to post by Lavey2
Was it this that was tingling for you -
Deadly blast hits Pakistani town
At least 10 people have been killed and 15 injured in a car bombing in the north-western Pakistani town of Charsadda, police say.
Source - news.bbc.co.uk...
VIENNA — Iran's recently revealed uranium enrichment hall is a highly fortified underground space that appears too small to house a civilian nuclear program, but large enough to serve for military activities, diplomats said Thursday.
Iran began building the facility near the holy city of Qom seven years ago, and after bouts of fitful construction could finish the project in a year, the diplomats said.
Both the construction timeline and the size of the facility — inspected last month by the International Atomic Energy Agency — are significant in helping shed light on Tehran's true nuclear intentions.
Iran says it wants to enrich only to make atomic fuel for energy production, but the West fears it could retool its program to churn out fissile warhead material.
One of the diplomats — a senior official from a European nation — said Thursday that the enrichment hall is too small to house the tens of thousands of centrifuges needed for peaceful industrial nuclear enrichment, but is the right size to contain the few thousand advanced machines that could generate the amount of weapons-grade uranium needed to make nuclear warheads.