Als sarkastisch-rhetorische Fragen die nicht wirklich auf eine sachliche Antwort abzielten, wurden diese drei von der Moderation bei abgeordnetenwatch.de zu recht abgelehnt. In einer Zeit, in der Parteienverbote die Unfähigkeit zu inhaltlicher Auseinandersetzung kaschieren sollen, muß aber wenigstens hier auf Verfassungsfeinde und das Recht brechende Wiederholungstäter in hohen Staatsämtern hingewiesen werden.
Marshall has obvious implications for the continual attempts to sever even one- and two-year-olds from their mothers and offload them to state run institutions for most of the day.
The more we come to know about mother’s milk, as in Gura, the more valuable it gets and less easy to substitute.
By Moshe Feiglin
It is amazing how the Israeli media ignored the tenth anniversary of the Oslo Accords. One would think that the media, always looking for hot topics, would not be able to get out of summarizing and analyzing the significance of the horrifying decade Read the rest of this entry »
Perry et al. offer another proof, that the characteristic physiognomy of African pygmies is adaptive and highly selected for. One question I don’t know the answer to and haven’t seen discussed so far, is how much the climate and environment on the island of Flores is similar to Africa’s tropical rain forest and induces the same selection pressure.
Although the reaction itself is exothermic, ammonia synthesis through the Haber-Bosch-process consumes huge amounts of energy worldwide and the generation of its hydrogen feedstock even more so. Licht et al. have found a way to combine the two and use the enthalpy of the synthesis to partially offset that of splitting water. Contrary to steam reformation the process itself does not generate carbon dioxide Read the rest of this entry »
Loads of tabloid stuff this fortnight but little of substance. Yang et al. finally solve the riddle, why slim and fat women always go to the loo together. Shame the model breaks down for old men.
Being sensitised to current carbon-dioxide scams I was skeptical about Graciani et al.’s catalytic methanol production. Read the rest of this entry »
Sehr geehrte Frau Prof. Grütters,
Sie machen als Amtsträgerin einem einzelnen Anbieter in einem vielfältigen Markt schwere Vorwürfe und sagen konkret: „Wenn Titel aus Empfehlungslisten gestrichen und Lieferungen verzögert werden, um Rabattforderungen durchzusetzen, ist dies völlig unakzeptabel.“
Wann, Frau Prof. Grütters, haben Sie das letzte Mal irgendeine Warengruppe bei irgendeinem Einzelhändler selbst gekauft? Read the rest of this entry »
In reality, the Left has no genuine concern for humanitarian values. All it truly desires is dominance over the political system.
By Martin Sherman, JPOST
Against the wishes of much – indeed, according to one recent poll, over 85 % – of the public, the government has agreed to a cease-fire in Gaza. Read the rest of this entry »
Hamas, we don’t hate you
By Dan Gordon
Last week I had the great privilege of accompanying Major General (Ret) Avigdor Kahalani to an artillery battalion, somewhere in the war zone. General Kahalani is one of Israel’s greatest war heroes, a veteran of the Six Day War, The Yom Kippur War and the First Lebanon War. It is not an exaggeration to say that were it not for the actions of Avigdor Kahalani and the men under his command, the Syrians, who had already taken most of the Golan Heights, would have been able to push into Northern Israel, and the fate, not only of the war but, of the State of Israel Read the rest of this entry »
Sovacool’s stance is not surprising once you realize that he touts his own commercial interest here. His solution of solving technical problems by massive, state sponsored, and mandatory reeducation has been tried for over forty years. Not only was it voted down by overwhelming public opposition, Read the rest of this entry »