Feminism was introduced to promote equal rights and opportunities for men AND women where previously the latter had next to none. In that sense inequality between the way both sexes are treated and represented should be non-existent. However, is that really the case? Or has sexism actually become reversed?
Deer management cannot be regulated at the federal level. As early as 1896 the Supreme Court ruled that states have “ownership” of their wildlife. As a result, each state has its own intricate rules. State regulations need not be standardized, but efforts at reform must be made state-by-state. This process will be slow as rules are generally promulgated by processes that ensure adequate evaluation by respective wildlife authorities and to allow for public review. Nevertheless, some states are beginning to do the difficult work of changing policies to stabilize or reduce the number of deer. For example, Indiana recently enacted the first modern firearms season targeting female deer in the state’s history. It will be difficult to overcome traditional hunter concepts of proper deer management as it is counter-intuitive to most hunters that fewer game animals are desirable. Decades of effort, patience, and expense were invested to enhance populations to the point where hunting success is now commonplace. To suggest that populations be reduced and therefore increase the effort needed to harvest a deer understandably generates resistance. Success will take a carefully crafted and sustained public relations effort. Like almost all conservation problems, deer management is a societal issue. If the deer population is to be reduced, it must be reduced slowly. Rules that lower the population drastically will almost certainly spur a backlash from hunters who can appeal to their respective legislatures to overturn regulations they regard as harsh. In an effort to lower the population of deer in Wisconsin the DNR liberalized hunting dramatically.
See [http://blog.nature.org/science/2013/08/22/too-many-deer/] for full story.
There is a large number of religious communities and individuals throughout the world. The question is, what does it do for us in the way of determination and motivation? Do religous people see more goals to the end because they have something to believe in? How?
Though I've arrived only yesterday but I've been closely following the leaderboard for long and am quite astonished to see only one guy heading the list what about the rest::: few days ago there was the same thing
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With extremes in either of theses cases, the answer is obvious, so I'm going to set up a hypothetical here.
You are hiring a new employee. You already have a bunch of employees working in this space, and people collaborate or work in small teams often. Person A: Is great at what they do. They always produce acceptable work, and usually the work is truly stellar. However, they have a history of not being liked, and they clash easily with others. They aren't particularly nice, and no one really wants to be around them.
Person B: Is a truly lovely human being. They raise the morale of the palces they are in; everyone likes them; and they make the space a nicer place to be in. However, they simply don't have the skill and experience that Person A has, and, while they try their hardest, they will have a few more mistakes or slightly less quality of work than person A. Who do you hire, A, or B?
It's a boy ... again!
Kateri and Jay Schwandt, a Rockford, Michigan, couple who have 12 sons, welcomed their thirteenth boy to the world on Wednesday.
Kateri, 40, gave birth a few days after her May 9 due date, according to ABC News. The baby weighed about 9 pounds and was 22 inches long.
experts suspect we are on the verge of essentially a new era. developments are being made on AI to the point where they should become as intelligent as a human between 2030 and 2080. from that point the AI (either developed to that point running a self improving mutation code or it will start doing so) will advance to become vastly intelligent in comparison and there is much speculation as to the future of humanity.
experts are suggesting the possibility of either mass extinction or technological wonders and immortality once a machine becomes intelligent at the projected exponential rate.
much more about it here:
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this could potentially dwarf all human achievement in scientific development
what do you think this new AI will be?
To the so called, ''free thinker'' religions are the superstitious, hocus pocus inventions of those with an overactive imagination combined with an inability to grasp and embrace the findings of science. Having been taught the fundamental truth that nothing from nothing equals nothing, nothing plus nothing equals nothing, ''the faithful'' can see no merit in the scientific belief that, not only did ''something come from nothing, but the entire, apparently endless universe, i.e, the ''Big Bang''. Where were the ''Gods' during the hallocaust? From where did the ''Big Bang'' derive it's energy and the space into which to expand? Both scernarios need significantly more indisputable evidence and clarification if they are to stand up to critical scrutiny. There's no point in chanting, 'Just believe witout question''.