President Donald Trump expressed his displeasure Thursday with a Fox News poll that found a majority of registered voters believe he should be impeached — a record high in the survey.The poll came after House Democrats opened an impeachment inquiry into the president over his call to have his Ukrainian counterpart investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a top political rival.Support for Trump's impeachment and removal jumped 9 points from July, increasing 11 points among Democrats, 5 points among Republicans and 3 points among independents. Fox News found increased support for Trump's impeachment among white evangelicals, white men without a college degree and rural white voters.https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/trump-lashes-out-over-fox-news-poll-shows-majority-support-n1064556
The problem with answering this question is of course that nobody is really sure what we mean by reality any more. There is the reality that you and I experience everyday, of cause and effect, of precise measurements and coordinates, but there is another reality underneath all of that which behaves much differently. I'm talking about quantum mechanics, the reality of things which are very small.In quantum mechanics, things can't change while you are looking at them, and any experiment you conduct can have different results depending upon whether or not you are observing it. This would appear to suggest that life is somehow integral to the basic structure of reality. That without life there could be no reality, only an endless series of probabilities.Here is an interesting thought for you. Most people assume that life developed after the universe did. But what if it was the other way around? What if the universe developed around life?It sounds insane if you view the question from the perspective of the everyday world, but given the laws of quantum mechanics -- at least how we understand them at present -- it might be something which will seriously need to be considered.
They described Mr Trump's actions as a "national security concern", and said he appeared to have committed "an unconscionable abuse of power".Mr Trump's Democrat opponent in the 2016 elections, Hillary Clinton, also backed impeachment, saying the president "poses a clear and present danger to our future, to our democracy".https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49856788
There have been a few films over the last few years exploring this topic. It's interesting because AI is already starting to get pretty advanced. Google's AI wiped the floor with Stockfish, which was thought to be the world's most powerful chess engine. I mean, it technically still is in terms of processing power and calculations per second, yet an AI was able to absolutely thrash it after learning the rules for chess on that same day. Scary.So will AIs eventually decide we need to be wiped out? Or maybe just filled with drugs and left to explore a computer simulation?
Law abiding citizens need to be allowed to murder people too otherwise they are getting the short end of the stick!!!Let's not punish law-abiding citizens just because CRIMINALS decide to murder people. Therefore I am legalising murder and declaring this logical because I am A SERIOUSLY ILL, MENTALLY UNSTABLE LUNATIC WHO DOESN'T UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF SHUTTING MY GODDAMNED STUPID MOUTH.
The Live Chess app has a much better time system than Chess.Com. You get 15 minutes on the clock, but then you get an extra 15 seconds every time you make a move. I don't think you can add friends on there though. Everybody is anonymous.I just won a tough couple of games against the same opponent. The first one he was beating me by a couple of points and was in a better position when the gooseberry let me take his queen. The second one I won comfortably, but I see what you mean about my attack versus my defence now. I'm an extremely offensive player. Right at the end he threatened to fork my queen and both rooks with a knight and I let him do it just so I could move a bishop into position for an attack. Luckily the attack paid off and I mated him, but if I'd missed something he would have just had a rook off me for no reason. I could have easily defended it, but I couldn't be bothered.
Donald Trump is not a popular man. Not only do the majority of American citizens (as well as citizens around the world) hate his guts with the passion of a thousand burning suns, he’s not super popular within his own administration either.That’s becoming strikingly clear by the influx of Republican House members who are jumping the hell off the Trump train at a staggering rate.Now, you’re probably like me — wondering why so many die-hard Republicans are suddenly abandoning ship after putting up with nearly three years of Trump’s bullshit thus far. Why in the hell does it matter now, right? You’re already too deeply associated with him to save face.Well, as it turns out, it’s not his cruel policies and blatant racism that’s urging them towards the door. It’s the fact that he’s losing. The man has literally never had one single day of positive approval ratings in his entire time as president.MSNBC’s Howard Fineman tweeted out an eye-opening chart that served as an explanation for the sudden outflow of House Republicans.Now, again, we’re all aware that he’s not a popular man. So, what makes this chart and the fact that Trump’s never had a single day of positive approval ratings so important? The fact that this has never happened to any president before. Ever.http://dctribune.org/trump-becomes-first-president-in-history-to-never-have-a-single-day-of-positive-approval-rating-during-tenure/?fbclid=IwAR04zq4Or1Z-yzG445074GnkCGickpILp2ic39w8JQB951t57iVxYstrvGo