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Something to think about. He pulled the biggest Hoax in U.S. history
My girls asked me; where did he get money for tuition? Student Loans? Maybe it’s none of my business.
After Columbia , he went to Chicago to work as a Community Organizer for $12,000. a year.Why Chicago? Why not New York? He was already living in New York . By “chance” he met Antoin “Tony” Rezko, born in Aleppo Syria , and a real estate developer in Chicago . Rezko has been convicted of fraud and bribery several times in the past and in 2011. Rezko, was named “Entrepreneur of the Decade” by the Arab-American Business and ProfessionalAssociation.” About two years later, Obama entered Harvard Law School . Do you have any idea what tuition is for Harvard LawSchool ? Where did he get the money for Law School? More student loans? His family has no money,that’s for sure. After Law school, he went back to Chicago. Rezko offered him a job, which he turned down.But, he did take a job with Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland. Guess what I discovered? They represented “Rezar” which is Rezko’s firm.
Rezko was one of Obama’s first major financial contributors when he ran for office in Chicago.In 2003, Rezko threw an early fundraiser for Obama which Chicago Tribune reporter David Mendelland claims was instrumental in providing Obama with “seed money” for his U.S.Senate race.
In 2005, Obama purchased a new home in Kenwood District of Chicago for $1.65 million(less than asking price). With ALL those Student Loans, where did he get the money for thisproperty? On the same day Rezko’s wife, Rita, purchased the adjoining empty lot for fullprice. The London Times reported that Nadhmi Auchi, an Iraqi-born Billionaire loaned Rezko$3.5 million three weeks before Obama’s new home was purchased. Obama met Nadhm iAuchi many times with Rezko.
Now, we have Obama running for President. Valerie Jarrett, was Michele Obama’s boss.She is now Obama’s chief advisor and he does not make any major decisions without talkingto her first. Where was Jarrett born? Ready for this? Shiraz, Iran ! Am I going nuts or isthere a pattern here?
On May 10, 2008, The Times reported, Robert Malley advisor to Obama was ”sacked”after the press found out he was having regular contacts with “Hamas” which controls Gaza and is connected with Iran.This past week, buried in the back part of the papers, Iraqi newspapers reported that, during Obama’s visit to Iraq, he asked their leaders to do nothing about the war until after he is elected, and hewill “Take care of things.” What does that mean?
Oh, and by the way, remember the college roommates that were born in Pakistan?They are in charge of all those “small” Internet campaign contribution for Obama. Where is that money coming from? The poor and middle class in this country? Or could it be from the Middle East?
And the final bit of news…. On September 7, 2009, The Washington Times posted a verbalslip that was made on “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos. Obama on talking abouthis religion said, “My Muslim faith”. When questioned, he “…made a mistake”. Some mistakehuh?
All of the above information I got online. If you would like to check it – Wikipedia, encyclopedia, Barack Obama; Tony Rezko; Valerie Jarrett: Daily Times – Obama visited Pakistan in 1981;The Washington Times -September 7, 2008; The Times May 10, 2008.
Now the BIG question – If I found out all this information on my own, Why haven’t all of our”intelligent” members of the press been reporting this? Is this a Kettle of Fish? As Arsenio Hall would say — Does something stink or is it my imagination?” These are legitimate questions for our president.
Woz tells why Ron Wayne pulled 12 days after starting Apple and never regretted selling his stake, now worth $35 billion
Ron Wayne left Apple after just twelve days and sold his stake which would now have been worth an estimated $35 billion. Incredibly, the guy never regretted the decision. Why? In his own words, Wayne realized he was “standing in the shadow of a couple of really brilliant guys” and that his “level of creativity couldn’t possibly match theirs”. Figuring out he “would have wound up doing rather mundane work”, Wayne pulled out.
Joining other reactions on the web to Steve Jobs’ sudden resignation as the CEO of Apple yesterday, Google’s vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra recalled on Google+ a particular Sunday in January 2008 when Apple’s boss asked him to call his home. The reason? The Google logo on the iPhone:
So Vic, we have an urgent issue, one that I need addressed right away. I’ve already assigned someone from my team to help you, and I hope you can fix this tomorrow. I’ve been looking at the Google logo on the iPhone and I’m not happy with the icon. The second O in Google doesn’t have the right yellow gradient. It’s just wrong and I’m going to have Greg fix it tomorrow. Is that okay with you?
Image courtesy Caltech/NASA
There’s a party in our galaxy’s “city center,” and thousands of stars have gathered to light up the scene.
In visible light this region of the Milky Way is so bright that it’s almost impossible to see what’s happening. But new infrared pictures from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope—such as the one above released March 18—can reveal the raucous activity.
In the new shot, tendrils of warm gas (yellow-red) and carbon-rich dust (green) drape across the galactic center, where bright white star clusters are orbiting an unseen supermassive black hole.
When FIFA decided to award the 2022 World Cup to the State of Qatar there was a lot of surprise from the other competing countries. Not only was this a big bet from FIFA that a country so small could provide a memorable football tournament, but the temperatures experienced during the summer months when the tournament is played are extreme to say the least.
Come 2022, footballers from around the world will be heading to Doha, in a country where temperatues commonly reach 46 degrees Celsius, and don’t often fall below 29 degrees Celsius. FIFA knew this when it awarded the tournament to the country, so it also stipulated that the open stadiums must be air conditioned in some way.
How do you air condition an open stadium? Qatar University believes it has the answer, and it doesn’t involve lots of air conditioning units pumping out freezing cold air.
Qatar is a very rich country due to the massive amounts of oil and natural gas it has. Therefore they can think outside of the box for problems like this and not have to worry too much about cost. Dr. Saud Abdul Ghani, who runs the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering department at the Univeristy, has come up with a very green and nature-inspired way of solving this problem: artificial solar clouds.
If you’ve ever been outside on a very hot day then you know that standing in a shaded area can result in a temperature drop of several degrees. Dr. Ghani’s idea is to create an artificial cloud that would float above the stadiums covering a large area of the playing field in shadow. As the sun in blazing down on the cloud while it is doing this, all power can be generated through solar panels.
The cloud will be constructed of carbonic materials and have four solar engines allowing it to be moved by remote control as well as hover in place. We assume at night they will be landed near the stadiums. As for cost, the first one is thought to be in the region of $500,000, but Dr. Ghana believes that will fall and the usefulness of the clouds will extend well beyond the World Cup.
While a novel idea, we can’t help but think a strong gust of wind may cause major problems for the cloud. We’re also unsure how safe the players will feel with these clouds floating above them.
Originally published here – http://www.geek.com/articles/geek-cetera/qatar-developing-solar-clouds-to-cool-2022-world-cup-stadiums-20110327/
Valles Marineris: The Grand Canyon of Mars
Credit: Viking Project, USGS, NASA
The largest canyon in the Solar System cuts a wide swath across the face of Mars. Named Valles Marineris, the grand valley extends over 3,000 kilometers long, spans as much as 600 kilometers across, and delves as much as 8 kilometers deep. By comparison, the Earth’s Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA is 800 kilometers long, 30 kilometers across, and 1.8 kilometers deep. The origin of the Valles Marineris remains unknown, although a leading hypothesis holds that it started as a crack billions of years ago as the planet cooled. Several geologic processes have been identified in the canyon. The above mosaic was created from over 100 images of Mars taken by Viking Orbiters in the 1970s.