The old thread >>179468
hit the bump limit.
Same as before: ITT post anything off-topic that doesn't need its own thread.
Looks like it.
Can anyone tell me if this Italian science paper is talking about weather rainfall or meteor showers?http://articles.adsabs.harvard.edu/pdf/1874MmSSI...3...66
I'm offended by this, you should be too.
>>244937>I'm offended by this
Indeed. There isn't any more respect.
Nobody is safe from degeneracy.
When did "discussion" start getting added to Global 1's?
Why didn't I just come back here months ago? Why am I a moron?
Ah, now I remember. My own personal PPH is far higher than the board's & it never fails to make me feel like a total autist loser comparatively.
Is there some trick to finding comfiness on a sub 20PPH board? Am I just a total faggot?
Multitask. I do research on the side and drop in on /mlpol/ when the research is getting a drag. You can also play games that don't need continuous attention. Or be on multiple sites and cross-post info. Posting in news thread is always welcome.
Totally despicable behavior.
But this is what is to be expected from Antifa.
The values are inverted.
The virtue will be punished while evil will be celebrated.
In this case, any good doer trying to help the lady would be met with violence, arrested by the (((authorities))) and thrown in a cage for years.
Spongebob had a glorious first three seasons, sank to an abyss for years, then had a renaissance when its creator returned, and now looks like it's going to crash and burn. The series is almost as old as the very oldest Zoomers, yet Nickelodeon won't put it down because they've never managed to find anything close to being as successful.
Can confirm im in my early 20's. it's been around almost my entire life. I hate to see what the heebs have done to the show. it's nothing but some kikes fetishes now.
i'm sorta new to this pony thing, was a /pol/ack. but i have heard about the down with molestia thing. although i'm not entirely sure what happened.
I'm unfamiliar with that whole debacle too. Only thing I know is that "Pinkie" is some faggot.
>>245225>>maybe god made me retarded for a week on purpose
Fantastic Anon. 14/88
Are you going to bring it with you still?
>>244902>rainfall or meteor showers?
The title suggests that, however the data displayed is only a couple of pages from a larger paper or book, therefore incomplete to picture the whole theme.
Furthermore, all data and description is about meteorology: rainfall, sun activity, atmospheric pressure, and cyclical variations, but nothing about celestial bodies falling to Earth.
Looks like an mp5 tbh
The picture is weird because i dont think it is an ar15
Looks like a subgun to me
>Jupiter, the largest planet in the Milky Way, has several moons that…https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/10/02/us/black-spot-on-jupiter-trnd/index.html
Kek, this was really professionally done. I wouldn't be surprised if the band did this on purpose and called it an "attack" to avert suspicion. Usually there's a staff member who sits somewhere in the middle of the crowd to make sure it sounds right and everything goes smoothly.
If this was an attack though, this is how you do it. You bring people's guards down with videos of dancing and then put in flashy redpills that seem in time to the music.
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Does /mlpol/ approve?
I don't see a reason why we wouldn't. The only downside is no hooves
but we're still a few years away from that being solved.
It's a fantasy.
If given freedom to do whatever they want, they'll take it to trash anyone on their way.
The only way to have a "conservative woman" is to revoke the governments' mandate and pacify the (((oligarchs)))' bots which enable degeneracy, then women will comply their natural duty even if they don't want to
Honestly, Coulter is sometimes obnoxious, but she hit the nail on the head here. When Trump brags about more legal immigration than ever before, I can't stand it.
Is she on the Pill? If so she's helping the decline.
Never knew about this post, but I can confirm that Antifa in Berkeley are funded by folks like the OSF. Californian politics is just a route for money changers and corporate shitstains to conglomerate for political and social capitol.
I believe her IQ is too high to bother with kids. You know, there is a correlation between cognitive abilities and baby output.
>>247039>I believe her IQ is too high to bother with kids. You know, there is a correlation between cognitive abilities and baby output.>You know, there is a correlation between cognitive abilities and baby output.
Therein lies the problem. "Intelligent "women are 100% more fit to be mothers than low IQ women. and this is the reason why our race's Collective IQ is falling. Because to many "Intelligent" women are to busy focusing on making money for schlomo instead of having large white families.
No shit, thats the way schlomo likes it my dude. and the way it will continue to be until our race becomes to dumb to fight back. unless something changes that is.
>>247143>thats the way schlomo likes it my dude
And it works wonders popping babies.
The reason the IQ is going down it's because women have choice to fuck anyone they want. And as a rule they fuck drug addicts, thieves, killers, and any unruly ass roaming the streets; a this is a fact.
I Agree with you on both points.
the 19th amendment was a mistake.
Yeah, I remember getting a notification from my phone provider saying that my service could get cut off by the blackouts. Thankfully my neighborhood wasn't hit by it or I'd be totally fucked.
Does anyone actually know why the blackouts are going on? Some are saying it's a way to silence and hide gun confiscation raids.
I honestly have no clue. But I don't pay attention to breaking news too much these days, so I don't know any of what's going on anymore. I just workout, search for extra work and income, thrift hop, and prepare for future events.
According to the Jew York Post:https://nypost.com/2019/10/09/california-faces-historic-power-outage-due-to-fire-danger/
It's due to the fault lines that Pacific hasn't fixed yet, in tandem with the dry weather and winds. In Cali that makes sense, since there's a serious brush-fire problem caused by the desert weather patterns. The huge fire that burned down all the central and southern CA vineyards a year or two ago was caused by Santa-Ana winds (warm winds with little humidity, in California we nickname them Santa-Ana as a catch-all term).
Of course, the brush existing in the first place is a massive failure on the part of California's environmental movement and lack of understanding with fires. Here, we have lots of brush that grows and dry leaves and such that never get burned down or uprooted, and then when they start withering and dying along the 76 or the I-15, suddenly some jackass with a cigarette kickstarts a cataclysmic fire. We need to conduct controlled fires more often, so that the dead brush can clear out.
Actually, while doing a quick search for related articles, I found this. This Forbes article goes into more depth about the issues with wildfires that California faces. This is a Forbes article on how regulations and "environmental friendliness" actually WORSENED the fires last year.https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckdevore/2018/07/30/californias-devastating-fires-are-man-caused-but-not-in-the-way-they-tell-us
>the Sacramento Bee editorial board blamed the Carr Fire foursquare on a man-caused buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. In an editorial headlined, “The Carr Fire is a terrifying glimpse into California’s future,” they write, “This is climate change, for real and in real time. We were warned that the atmospheric buildup of man-made greenhouse gas would eventually be an existential threat.”>The Bee editorial board goes on to attack President Trump for proposing to end California’s exceptional waiver from federal law regarding auto emissions—in this case, California’s push to curtail tailpipe carbon dioxide, something never envisioned when the Clean Air Act was debated in 1970. At the time, the concern was pollution that directly harmed health rather than carbon dioxide, a naturally occurring gas exhaled by every living animal.>The problem with the Bee’s editorial is that making a passionate argument is no substitute for the truth.>In 2005 while a freshman California Assemblyman, I had the chance to visit Northern California and meet with the forest product industry professionals who grew, managed, and harvested trees on private and public lands. They told me of a worrisome trend started years earlier where both federal and state regulators were making it more and more difficult for them to do their jobs. As a result, timber industry employment gradually collapsed, falling in 2017 to half of what it was 20 years earlier, with imports from Canada, China, and other nations filling domestic need.>As timber harvesting permit fees went up and environmental challenges multiplied, the people who earned a living felling and planting trees looked for other lines of work. The combustible fuel load in the forest predictably soared. No longer were forest management professionals clearing brush and thinning trees.>But, fire suppression efforts continued. The result was accurately forecast by my forest management industry hosts in Siskiyou County in 2005: larger, more devastating fires—fires so hot that they sterilized the soil, making regrowth difficult and altering the landscape. More importantly, fires that increasingly threatened lives and homes as they became hotter and more difficult to bring under control.
Reading all this stuff about climate science and leftist policymakers is making me lightheaded with frustration. I'm gonna actually add something positive to the thread for once:https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZHtwiDXQn09B/>Asha Logos: A Last Message To the West? #NCCC