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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Fantasy. The Soviet Union was run by those who managed to get to the top regardless of their ethnicity. Sure, there was an imbalance in the politburo, where Slavs (Ukrainian and Russian) were...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Astaroth, the notion that Russians excuse the crimes of Stalin and the Bolsheviks by blaming Ukrainian/Georgian leaders is made up fantasy (which you'd realize if you knew anything about Russia,...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Yah it's hilarious. Thanks for pointing out how deranged these modern Russians are. They are so vile they think they aren't responsible for what a very small minority of their ancestors did. Also...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    And in the mean time the politician rats are busy playing politics, sucking foreign cock and stealing.



    Hey holger. You have 3 guesses to find out why anonymity is a good thing when you are...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Yeah, because NATO would risk the world reaping a nuclear war. Not to mention you assume Putin & Kremlin being mad.


    Not so fast there,, this time around the world is multipolar with the west...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    What exactly do you think Putin tried to "bite off"? Do you think he wanted to annex an underdeveloped Donbass, a move that would cripple the Russian economy and its international standing? Or do you...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    IMO many people here are so stuck up in their respective ideological camps and black and white thinking that they miss the fact that 2,500 people are dead and 750,000 forced to leave flee homes.
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Hopefully this flight tragedy will force a peace settlement. I'm getting sick of the needless bloodshed, especially considering how all this could've been avoided by simply organizing a few decent...
  9. Re: All who think marijuana use is safe step forward...not so fast there under 25 year ol

    wow that was a long list of benefits. It even helps growth hormone levels apparently (though not sure by how much if you're already working out). I don't know if the reality is that one sided though,...
  10. Re: All who think marijuana use is safe step forward...not so fast there under 25 year ol

    I reacted on the claim on it having no health benefits or much going for it in general. AFAIK without breakfast most people will be tired and lacking in energy, and more likely to binge eat (so...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Obvious to somebody in his right mind. "Spetsnaz" doesn't attack in light up buses travelling on the main roads, and neither do the separatists. The opposition has had a history of sending such buses...
  12. Re: All who think marijuana use is safe step forward...not so fast there under 25 year ol

    From where did you get that breakfast doesn't do anything? Flies directly opposite to common sense, personal experience and basic nutritional science (regular meals are good for you).
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Nah the issue here is that you're making up your own version of the events. The trip was organized by the opposition, and the journalists were merely covering it. Of course you can believe in...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Hilarious how some people here turn every event into some kind of Russia-is-evil nonsense.
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    Re: How you know RT is pure propaganda...

    Nah, mrmouth's rants are nonsense. His argument basically relies entirely on the authority fallacy (Russia is bad => whatever it says is lies). Fact of the matter is that western media is in general...
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    Re: How you know RT is pure propaganda...

    Except RT didn't lie or call names, it spins the stories much more discretely than that. Besides, how do you know CNN is biased? All your experience on Russia is based on a stereotypical western...
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    Re: How you know RT is pure propaganda...

    Now take a look on the situation in those countries before signing the agreement, and compare it to the mess Ukraine is in.
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    Re: How you know RT is pure propaganda...

    The point is that the press naturally tends to take the side of their own country in a serious international conflict (us vs them). So due to the Ukraine circus RT provides biased coverage on the US...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Yanukovich was just last in the line of oligarchs. What you fail to realize is that Ukraine is thoroughly corrupt, the politicians looking for opportunities to steal regardless if they're pro-EU or...
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    Re: How you know RT is pure propaganda...

    RT is biased against the US at the moment. So what? They just assumed US was likely behind it (which isn't unreasonable if you're not an expert on the situation), they didn't lie or something.


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  21. Re: Why didnt the Japanese invade Siberia in 1941-42?

    Because

    1) They got their asses kicked earlier by the Soviets.
    2) Their land army was already engaged in China, while their navy was free.
    3) Siberia, with a few exceptions, was mostly a waste....
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Snuggans: Yes, I have. The beaches around Sudak-Feodosiya are very nice. In addition they are relatively empty due to few Ukrainian and extremely few Western tourists.



    Nope, they count...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    sigh


    Seether, desperate googling to support your brainless nitpicking won't save you. First of all, the 97% russophone number was estimated in 2005 by...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    While I appreciate critical thinking, you are incorrect. According to concrete statistics, 97% are russophones (meaning they speak Russian by preference). It's thus very reasonable to assume that the...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    The discussion & debates forum is for voicing opinions, and personal experiences and interviews are very much relevant to try to understand a situation. I mean, for example, what kind of politician...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Truth is Russian is the language used in the shops, in business, in the media and (all I've seen at least) newspapers and so on. Only way somebody could get away with not knowing Russian is growing...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Oh you forgot that EVERYBODY in Crimea (and rest of Ukraine) speak Russian? Take your time when posting next time.

    Anyways, everybody is tired sick of Kiev here. Out of 2 million people, only a...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Actually I am supporting the Russian occupation of southern Ukraine (lol :) ) by vacationing here with family. One of the more interesting things I found out is how even many Crimean tartars are...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Hey, you champions of Ukrainian freedom should visit me in Crimea! It's 35 degrees Celsius here, the sea and beaches are great and you could even get educated on how ftarded your views are by the...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    No it doesn't. Why would they vote for a presidential candidate that had ZERO probability of winning? Presidential votes are, naturally, much more polarized than parliamentary voters.



    Yeah,...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Hey dromi mate, if you're so confident on the Russian economic collapse, how about you short Russian financial papers and get rich? I could even help you: You can short mine. I bought a bunch of it...
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    Re: Another Scientific look at Gender Differences

    Hah science doesn't work on these people. I mean, they read that convincing paper from that random femi-sociologist a few years back and so they already know everything.

    I once had a 1-1.5 hour...
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    Re: Political view may connect to genes!!

    I've always found it interesting that the more extreme individuals in opposing political camps all think "the media" is out to get their camp. Guess it says something about human bias and inability...
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    Re: Are Modern Humans Domesticated?

    Unless some kind of master is using us for his purposes, no we are not domesticated per definition.

    Though thinking about it, perhaps somebody who follows the rules solely because he fears the...
  35. Thread: Electronics

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    Re: Electronics

    Watt: It's the SI unit for power, or energy transferred per unit time. If you're using a 50W lightbulb, it means 50 joules of energy per second is consumed by the circuitry inside it.

    Volt: It's...
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    Re: Political view may connect to genes!!

    I thought it was obvious personality (and hence political views) was partially ruled by genetics? For example it's quite natural that more egoistical (or "individualistic") personalities will vote...
  37. Re: Is math in literature (fiction) too much for a general audience?

    Well that sounds good to me, but I would hardly call it math. More a way of thinking influenced by mathematical concepts.
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    Randomly adding in fancy formulas/expressions/facts for the sake of adding it will not impress anyone, and least of all the few people who actually understand math. I hope you're not thinking of...
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    Re: China may build an undersea train to America

    I was speaking in a specific context, looking at the big picture on renewable technologies.

    What a bunch of nonsense. If there's something I'm not aware of, it doesn't mean I'm trying to lie to...
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    Re: China may build an undersea train to America

    Yeah, thorium and fusion are the ways to go. Can't wait for my nuclear physics course next year.

    I misunderstood you. I thought you said a bit above 100% of the current price (100% of current...
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