Date of publication: 2017-08-24 20:49
How do you think this type of research fits into the evolving good of human nature when one bad/violent person holds the potential to change behaviors of large groups?
I'd have to very reluctantly answer "yes," but I believe peace is achievable, and sustainable for long, long periods of time. It's just I don't assume humans are going to go extinct anytime soon, and assuming there's always a small chance of war, it will have to happen eventually.
Just found this: Kao Kalia Yang's (interpreter for the Yellow Rain piece) first response to "Yellow Rain" http:///blog/archive/7567/65/science-racism-radiolabs-treatment-hmong-experience
When I load file into the free version of Eagle, I&rsquo m able to see the top and the bottom layers, but am wondering if this board uses more than two layers? The reason I ask, is because the GND pin is not connected to any of the COM pins of the ADXL885
Yuya has a habit of putting his goggles over his eyes when he is either upset or embarrassed, something he did since he was When Yuya Duels, he announces "Ladies and gentlemen!" when he is about to perform a finishing move. In the dub, his catch phrase is "Swing into action".
Guys im well new to this whole thing and been racking my brain the last few days how to make my accelorometer make my servo arm spin right 685degrees by snapping it forward a bit. Atm its so touch sensitive my servo is doing all kinds of stuff. Any have any ideas?
Later, after absorbing Yuri and being consumed by Zarc, Yuya transforms into a monstrous form resembling a mixture between an human, a dragon, and a demon. His body turns grey and becomes bulkier with number of spikes protruding from his shoulders, arms, and ankles while his eyes turn bright yellow. His face become veiny and his ears are replaced by wing-like appendages. In this form, he no longer wears a shirt or Rollerboots and has a large pair of black demonic wings on his back.
I found this to be yet another thought provoking Radiolab episode. However, after the opening segment featuring the man-on-the-street interviews about whether we can envision a world without war, I felt that the most interesting follow-ups were not pursued. Editorially, the producers seem to take for granted that a world without war would be a better world. I can envision a world without war were all of humanity has fallen into the same tyrannical order - no war, because there is no freedom. That is more scary to me than a world with war. Additionally, in the segment about the baboons no mention is made about what happens to the juvenile male baboons who leave the peaceful group and find themselves back in the "real" baboon world. Utopia is never simple.