miercuri, 18 iunie 2014

ENFIM ATÉ COMEÇARMOS A MORRER AFOGADOS JÁ MORREMOS DE MORTE MATADA DURANTE A IV GUERRA ECONÓMICA GLOBAL 1914-2014 CEM ANOS DE GUERRAS ECONÓMICAS EM LARGA ESCALA

Antarctic ice melt has doubled to 159 GIGATONNES (that's 430,000 Empire State Buildings) a year since 2010, satellite reveals

  • Esa's CryoSat-2 mission has provided new data on the Antarctic ice sheet
  • It surveyed the region from 2010 to 2013 and found losses had doubled
  • In total the ice sheet is losing 159 gigatonnes (159 billion tonnes) each year
  • That is twice the rate of ice loss found in the last survey from 2005 to 2010
  • And just this loss alone will raise sea levels by half a millimetre a year
  • But sea levels will rise much more when other factors are considered

Three years of observations show that the Antarctic ice sheet is now losing 159 gigatonnes (159 billion tonnes) of ice each year - twice as much as when it was last surveyed in 2012.
A team of scientists from the UK Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling, led by researchers at the University of Leeds, have produced the first complete assessment of Antarctic ice sheet elevation change.
They used measurements collected by Esa's CryoSat-2 satellite mission, which carries an altimeter, an instrument to measure altitude, specially designed for this task.
A survey from 2010 to 2013 by Esa's CryoSat-2 satellite shows that the Antarctic Ice Sheet is now losing 159 Gigatonnes of ice each year, enough to raise global sea levels by 0.45 millimetres per year. Colour scale ranges in this image from -1 to +1 metres (3.3 feet) per year
A survey from 2010 to 2013 by Esa's CryoSat-2 satellite shows that the Antarctic Ice Sheet is now losing 159 Gigatonnes of ice each year, enough to raise global sea levels by 0.45 millimetres per year. Colour scale ranges in this image from -1 to +1 metres (3.3 feet) per year

In sharp contrast to previous altimeter missions, CryoSat-2 surveys virtually the entire Antarctic continent, reaching to within 135 miles (215 kilometres) of the South Pole.
This has  enabled a fivefold increase in the sampling of coastal regions where today's ice losses are concentrated.

WHAT 159 GIGATONNES IS EQUAL TO

79.5 trillion laptops
2.27 trillion people
14.5 billion Hubble Space Telescopes
381 million International Space Stations
3.06 million Titanics
430,000 Empire State Buildings
397 times the world’s human population
32 teaspoons of neutron star
22% of the mass of carbon stored in Earth’s atmosphere
Overall, the pattern of imbalance continues to be dominated by glaciers thinning in the Amundsen Sea sector of West Antarctica.
However, thanks to the improved capabilities of CryoSat-2, problem areas such as the rugged terrain of the Antarctic Peninsula can now also be surveyed.
 

On average West Antarctica lost 134 gigatonnes of ice, East Antarctica three gigatonnes, and the Antarctic Peninsula 23 gigatonnes in each year between 2010 and 2013 - a total loss of 159 gigatonnes each year.
The polar ice sheets are a major contributor to global sea level rise and, when combined, the Antarctic losses detected by CryoSat-2 are enough to raise global sea levels by 0.45 millimetres each year alone.
The largest loss of ice is occurring at the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, with the Pine Island Glacier shown here. West Antarctica is losing 139 gigatonnes of the total 159 gigatonnes every year, which is double the rate of ice loss from 2005 to 2010
The largest loss of ice is occurring at the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, with the Pine Island Glacier shown here. West Antarctica is losing 139 gigatonnes of the total 159 gigatonnes every year, which is double the rate of ice loss from 2005 to 2010

In West Antarctica, ice thinning has been detected in areas that were poorly surveyed by past satellite altimeter missions.
These newly-mapped areas contribute additional losses that bring altimeter observations closer to estimates based on other approaches.
But the average rate of ice thinning in West Antarctica has also increased, and this sector is now losing almost one third (31%) as much ice each year than it did during the five year period (2005 to 2010) prior to CryoSat-2's launch.
Lead author Dr Malcolm McMillan from the University of Leeds said: 'We find that ice losses continue to be most pronounced along the fast-flowing ice streams of the Amundsen Sea sector, with thinning rates of between 4 and 8 metres [13 to 26 feet] per year near to the grounding lines of the Pine Island, Thwaites and Smith Glaciers.'
This sector of Antarctica has long been identified as the most vulnerable to changes in climate and, according to recent assessments, its glaciers may have passed a point of irreversible retreat.
Launched in 2010, CryoSat carries a radar altimeter that can 'see' through clouds and in the dark, providing continuous measurements over areas like Antarctica that are prone to bad weather and long periods of darkness.
The radar can measure the surface height variation of ice in fine detail, allowing scientists to record changes in its volume with unprecedented accuracy.
ESA¿s Earth Explorer CryoSat-2 mission (artist¿s illustration shown) was launched on 8 April 2010 and is dedicated to precise monitoring of changes in the thickness of marine ice floating in the polar oceans and variations in the thickness of the vast ice sheets that blanket Greenland and Antarctica
ESA¿s Earth Explorer CryoSat-2 mission (artist¿s illustration shown) was launched on 8 April 2010 and is dedicated to precise monitoring of changes in the thickness of marine ice floating in the polar oceans and variations in the thickness of the vast ice sheets that blanket Greenland and Antarctica

Professor Andrew Shepherd, also of the University of Leeds, who led the study, added: 'Thanks to its novel instrument design and to its near-polar orbit, CryoSat allows us to survey coastal and high-latitude regions of Antarctica that were beyond the capability of past altimeter missions, and it seems that these regions are crucial for determining the overall imbalance.
'Although we are fortunate to now have, in CryoSat-2, a routine capability to monitor the polar ice sheets, the increased thinning we have detected in West Antarctica is a worrying development.
'It adds concrete evidence that dramatic changes are underway in this part of our planet, which has enough ice to raise global sea levels by more than a metre [3.3 feet].
'The challenge is to use this evidence to test and improve the predictive skill of climate models.'
And Professor David Vaughan of the British Antarctic Survey said: 'The increasing contribution of Antarctica to sea-level rise is a global issue, and we need to use every technique available to understand where and how much ice is being lost.
'Through some very clever technical improvements, McMillan and his colleagues have produced the best maps of Antarctic ice-loss we have ever had.
'Prediction of the rate of future global sea-level rise must begin with a thorough understanding of current changes in the ice sheets - this study puts us exactly where we need to be.'
And finally Dr Ian Joughin at the University of Washington, author of a recent study simulating future Antarctic ice sheet losses, concluded: 'This study does a nice job of revealing the strong thinning along the Amundsen Coast, which is consistent with theory and models indicating this region is in the early stages of collapse.

vineri, 13 iunie 2014

FROM THE OIL AGE TO THE PLASTIC AGE AND BACK....THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION DECLINES THE IRANIAN OFFER OF IRANIAN CRUDE OIL THOUSAND MILLLION OF BARRELS OVER TEN YEARS AT THE PRICE OF ONE DOLLAR PER BARREL IN 1964 - O XÁ DA PÉRSIA OU REZA PAHLEVI DO IRÃO OFERECE UM ACORDO DE MIL MILHÕES DE DÓLARES 1964-1974 UMA PECHINCHA ....NIXON DIZ QUE A I-DEI-A TEM FALTA DE MÉRITO POLÍTICO IN NOVEMBER 1970' TEN MILLION OF BARRELS PER DAY IN THE U.S. OF A THE BIGGEST OIL MOGUL...THE LAST OIL RECORD IN AMERICA

Arctic ice melt to release 1 trillion pieces of plastic into sea

Increasing ice melt due to climate change will pose a major threat to marine life, report says 

May 27, 2014 1:40PM ET

As the Arctic ice melt accelerates due to climate change it could release more than 1 trillion pieces of plastic into the ocean over the next decade, possibly posing a major threat to marine life, a new scientific report said.

The report, titled “Global Warming Releases Microplastic Legacy Frozen in Arctic Sea Ice,” said ice in some remote locations contains at least twice as much plastic as previously reported areas of surface water such as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch – an area of plastic waste estimated to be bigger than the state of Texas.

Researchers behind the report, published last week in the scientific journal Earth’s Future, said they found the unusual concentrations of plastics by chance while studying sediments trapped in ice cores. The researchers are based at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.

Many scientists and activists have raised alarms over the massive amount of plastic waste building up in the world’s oceans. In the film “Midway,”  showed how tens of thousands of baby albatrosses are dying – their bodies filled with plastic most likely from the Garbage Patch – on the Pacific atoll of Midway, one of the most remote islands on the planet. 

Increasing ice melt due to climate change will likely release the even-higher concentrations of plastic trapped in Arctic ice into the sea, and thus into the food chain, the new report in Earth’s Future said.  “The environmental consequences of microplastic fragments are not fully understood, but they are clearly ingested by a wide range of marine organisms including commercially important species,” the report said.
The term “microplastics” refers to tiny particles created as plastic materials that break down but never biodegrade. They are being increasingly found on surface waters and shorelines around the world. 
Plastic materials are introduced to the ocean by various means, including from cosmetic ingredients known as microbeads, from the release of semi-synthetic fibers such as rayon from washing machines, and from larger discarded plastic items. The plastics reach the sea via sewers, rivers, and littering along coastlines or at sea.
Researchers said in the new report that Arctic ice contains such high concentrations of plastics because of the way sea ice forms. It concentrates particulates from the surrounding waters, and the particulates become trapped until the ice melts. Scientists said in the report that they found 38-234 plastic particles per cubic meter of ice in some parts of the Artic areas they studied.
In the next decade the scientists predict that at least 2,000 trillion cubic meters of Arctic ice will melt. If that ice contains the lowest concentrations of microplastics reported in the study, this could result in the release of more than 1 trillion pieces of plastic, the report said.
Researchers worry that a wide range of organisms could ingest the microplastics, leading to physical injury and poisoning.
Plastic products often contain potentially harmful additives to make them last longer, the report said. Other studies have shown that small fragments of plastic can act a bit like magnets, attracting pollutants from the environment and making them even more toxic.
have shown that tiny plastic “microbeads,” added to many body cleansers and toothpastes, have been found in major lakes and other waterways used for drinking water. The studies said the plastic balls absorb toxic chemicals released into the environment, and are then eaten by fish and thus introduced into the food chain.
Mass production of plastic began in the 1940s, and by 2009 at least 230 million tons of plastic were produced each year – equivalent to the weight of a double-decker bus every two seconds

duminică, 18 mai 2014

THE BOSNIAN ARKSTORM OR THE SECOND ARKSTORM IN EUROPE IN ONLY SEVEN MOON'S .....IT'S A MOON EFFECT OR A MOONIE DEFECT?

HUMIDADE ELEVADA NO WÜRM ESTÁ COMPROVADA

DESLOCAMENTO DA CORRENTE POPULAR POLAR

QUE COLOCOU TERRITÓRIOS SOB A INFLUÊNCIA DE CICLONES EXTRA-TROPICAIS

DURANTE O VERÃO HÁ APENAS 15 A 8 MIL ANOS

FLORESTAS SOFRERAM EXPANSÃO

BIÓTOPOS ALPINOS FORAM-SE....JAVALIS CORÇOS AUROQUES Castor fiber

permaneceram a tundra onde florestas e prados suportam mamutes mastodontes e cavalos

o cavalo mexicano extingue-se com o Camelops hesternus camelo ocidental ou MacDonaldizado...

predadores como o Canis dirus extintos


vineri, 9 mai 2014

A LONGA IDADE GLACIAR ESTÁ PARADA HÁ UNS ESCASSOS MILÉNIOS DIZEM QUE ESTE INTER-GLACIAR DURARÁ MAIS 40 OU 50 MIL ANOS GRAÇAS AO ESQUECIMENTO GLOBAL OBSERVAMOS O RECUO DOS GLACIARES COMO UMA OPORTUNIDADE JÁ TINHAM RECUADO PARA AS MONTANHAS QUANDO OS VASTOS MANTOS DE GELO ESCANDINAVOS E ESCOCESES ESTALAVAM ABRIAM MOULINS E DERRETIAM

AS ÁRVORES INVADIRÃO AS ESTEPES E AS TUNDRAS DA NOVA EUROPA TEMPERADA

NO NORTE OUTRORA FRIO

A FAUNA HUMANIZADA OU NÃO ALTERAR-SE-À

TERÁ DE SE ADAPTAR A NOVO CLIMA E A NOVA VEGETAÇÃO

AS RENAS DEIXARÃO DE TER GELOS PARA ACOMPANHAR PARA O NORTE

OS MAMUTES EXTINTOS HÁ MUITO DESCONGELARÃO E O PREÇO DO MARFIM

VAI BAIXAR ...OS REBANHOS DE ANIMAIS OBVIAMENTE  GREGÁRIOS DA ESTEPE

PASSARÃO A SER SUBSTITUIDOS POR ANIMAIS MAIS SOLITÁRIOS

NO NOVO ESPAÇO FLORESTADO

CABRAS, JAVALIS, BOIS SELVAGENS E VEADOS SURGIRÃO NESSES ESPAÇOS

REQUERENDO AO CAÇADOR DO FUTURO SÉCULO 200 OU 300 OU 30,000 B.C.

TÁTICAS DE CAÇA MAIS ÁRDUAS E EQUIPAMENTO NOVO

REDES, ARCOS E FLECHAS E OBVIAMENTE GRUPOS PEQUENOS DE CAÇADORES

PARA CAÇAR UMA OU DUAS PEÇAS DE CAÇA POR DIA

DIFICILMENTE NECESSITARÃO DE GRANDES GRUPOS DE CAÇADORES

A MEIA RAÇÃO .....SERÁ A NORTE O FIM DAS CULTURAS DE CAÇA COLECTIVA

QUE TROUXERAM DURANTE UM BREVE PERÍODO A PROSPERIDADE

AOS CAÇADORES DESTE NEO-PALEOLÍTICO

TAL COMO NO PALEOLÍTICO SUPERIOR ACABARÃO OS MASSACRES DE CENTOS

DE CAVALOS OU BISONTES

E A INDÚSTRIA DE PINTORES DE MAMUTES DOS VAN PEDROGH'S VAI PRÓ

DESEMPREGO

joi, 1 mai 2014

THE STHENOS HYPOTHESIS - THE WEAK EARTH THEORY - ISOSTATIC REBOUND FROM BAD WATER DISTRIBUITION AND FAULTY TOWERS STRESS - YES THE MELTING UND REBOUND THING

Isostasy-Paleoclimatic records show that the Greenland Ice Sheet consistently has lost mass in response to
warming, and grown in response to cooling. 
Such changes have occurred even at times of slow or zero
sea-level change, so changing sea level cannot have been the cause of at least some of the ice-sheet
changes. In contrast, there are no documented major ice-sheet changes that occurred independent of
temperature changes. Moreover, snowfall has increased when the climate warmed, but the ice sheet lost
mass nonetheless; increased accumulation in the ice sheet's center has not been sufficient to counteract
increased melting and flow near the edges. Most documented forcings and ice-sheet responses spanned
periods of several thousand years, but limited data also show rapid response to rapid forcings.
In particular, regions near the ice margin have responded within decades. However, major changes of
central regions of the ice sheet are thought to require centuries to millennia. The paleoclimatic record
does not yet strongly constrain how rapidly a major shrinkage or nearly complete loss of the ice sheet
could occur. The evidence suggests nearly total ice-sheet loss may result from warming of more than
a few degrees above mean 20th century values, but this threshold is poorly defined (perhaps as little as
2 C or more than 7 C). Paleoclimatic records are sufficiently sketchy that the ice sheet may have grown
temporarily in response to warming, or changes may have been induced by factors other than
temperature, without having been recorded.
sea levels
around the
coastline
British
Isles for
the past 10,000-15,000 years
exhibit major regional variation
and
provide an important data base for testing models
of glacial rebound as well as models of fault activation and stress related faults
from the Late Devensian ice sheet. 
THE INPUT MODELS
The earth model E. The following assumptions concerning € are made:
the model is radially symmetrical
over the region examined, in this
case Great Britain and northwestern
Europe.
the response to surface loading is
approximated by a linear viscoelastic
Maxwell body with a realistic
radial dependence of elastic
parameters and density ALLES GUTE ALLES KLAR...
 
These'corrective terms'are functions of position and time. Their evaluation requires a knowledge
the ice models I(cp,A:t),effective thickness of the lithosphere as
well as
the
effective
viscosityFurthermore, both
He
and qmay
exhibit lateral variation.
location
(cp,A)
is consistent with both the spatio-temporal patterns of sea-level change and the 
glacio-isostatic crustal rebound in response to the unloading and extra load in stressed coastal areas like the Tagus faulty towers....and,to a lesser degree,of the ice sheet over the old Fennoscandia,and now over greenland rise in sea-level ...
Buoyancy force: vertical, opposes load
In reality, buoyancy force results in
additional horizontal force:
In reality, the weight of a load is also
resisted by the strength of the
lithosphere.
 If the load is large enough compared to
that strength, the (elastic) lithosphere
bends downwards = flexure
AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF
Ernest Robey Banks
 In the Airy-Heiskanen system, materials that compensate for
topographic variations are assumed to lie vertically beneath the
topographic features. The density of the entire crust is assumed to
be a uniform 2. 67 gr/cm3, and that of the underlying mantle 3. 27
gr/cm , or 0. 6 gr/cm greater than that of the crust. The density
of 2. 67 gr/cm3 for the earth's crust is an arithmetic mean very mean mean
(Name)
M.S.
(Degree)
in
Oceanography
presented on

ISOSTATIC AND BOuGeR GRAVITY ANOMALIES
ALONG
THE INSIDE PASSAGE OF ALASKA AND BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Abstract approved:
Donald F. Heinrichs
A LaCoste-Romberg surface-ship gravity
describes
the
state
of
equilibrium
of a LITHOSPHERIC plate
floating
on the
A
STHENOSPHERE

vineri, 4 aprilie 2014

O CONCEITO DE CERTO E ERRADO NUM UNIVERSO OU MESMO EM MULTIVERSOS DE LIMITES DESCONHECIDOS ONDE TODOS OS MUNDOS POSSÍVEIS E IMPOSSÍVEIS EXISTEM OU SÃO LANÇADOS NA EXISTÊNCIA É OBVIAMENTE ADMITO-O O PRODUTO DE UMA MENTE CONFUSA DE ORGANISMOS GRADUALMENTE LANÇADOS NUMA DECREPITUDE PRECOCE À FORÇA DE LER DEMASIADOS JORNAIS E VER DEMASIADAS TELENOVELAS

A SOAP OPERA DA SEMANA REZA PAHLEVI ASSIS:

Resposta errada, Do meu Pepino o breve

por Tavares Rico ou com quem o  sustente às 10 da matina 
Devo dizer que este tipo é um Sádico ou sofre de atrasos vários ou é muito triste ou tem um sentido de humor muito muito peculiar  e há muito tempo que não se ria tanto:
eis um conjunto de respostas ou serão perguntas?
questionando a inexistência de problemas com soluções únicas e repetitivas?

 originalíssimas de miúdos americanos, alguns dos quais aparentemente com conceitos de física bastante mais avançadas do que as do autor
que provavelmente não consegue responder à maioria se não a todas as questões

 a propósito das mais Avariadas perguntas académicas porquê Académicas são exaradas ou azaradas numa academia? podem perfeitamente vir ou virem-se dum observatório do risco ao meio

(outras extraordinárias originalidades podem ser encontradas aqui? aqui onde?estás adonde meu e aqui fica onde? é nesta imprecisão quântica que labora o mundo ).
Devíamos acha o Meco fazer isto o quê? não sabe provavelmente para Portugal -

MAS INDICA QUE se HOUVER ALGUM algum professor É EXAGERADO CHAMAR A GENTE DESSA PROFESSORES COMO A BESTA QUE NÃO SABIA ENSINAR HISTÓRIA E PORTANTO TINHA ALUNOS QUE A NÃO QUERIAM APRENDER E PUBLICAVAM O QUE QUER QUE FOSSE NAS FOLHAS DO TESTE QUE NADA TESTA
E O MECO PEDE A QUEM TENHA ESPÍRITO PIDESCO E GOSTE DE GOZAR COM OS PUTOS QUE É PAGO PARA ENSINAR QUE SE  quiser mandar exemplares deste calibre, eu agradeço e publico (sem identificar os prevaricadores, claro).
OU SEJA O BRUTUS CRAVA O PUNHAL NO PIOR DU CRATUS
E INDA SE GABA DE PUBLICAR OS ERROS DOS FILHOS QUE PODIAM SER OS DELE

E SE CALHAR ATÉ SÃO

Como não sei se ainda há gente por aí que não percebe inglês, para esses eu ajudo na tradução.
 OU SEJA MAIS UM TRADITOR DO INGLÊS TECHNO
RESUMINDO SOCRATES CU RUPTORES DA JUVENTUS DE ATHENAS HÁ MUITOS....
Ora cá vai: CÁ VAI O QUÊ
SEI LÁ VEJA OCÊ


1. "Onde é que foi assinada a Declaração da Independência Americana?" "No fundo", claro. É difícil negar a veracidade da resposta. E A RESPOSTA CORRECTA OU CU RETA É
NO PAPEL ? EM PERGAMINHO? NUMA DAS XIII COLÓNIAS
NUMA CIDADE? NUM EDIFÍCIO? NUM DADO MOMENTO DO CONTÍNUO ESPACIO TEMPORALIS?



2. Como t'AS VARUS  QUINTILI VARE LEGIONES  REDDE TEM um bocado de humor negro, achA que esta é a SUA favorita: "Faz um desenho de como tu estará SE BEM LOOK NÃO IMPLIQUE ESTAR MAS ENFIM  daqui a 100 anos." E vai daí, o Warren decidiu desenhar uma pedra ? PODE SER É UMA INTERPRETAÇÃO  
WARREN PODE SER UMA PEDRA



3. "A Miranda não consegue ver nada quando espreita pelo seu microscópio. Sugere uma razão." Escreve o miúdo: "Ela é cega." Gosto do fairplay ? ISSO COME-SE? SE CALHAR NUM TEM TRADUÇÃO da professora: "Boa tentativa!"



4. "As ténias são hermafroditas. O que significa o termo 'hermafrodita'?" Resposta: Lady Gaga.
SERÃO HERMAFRODITAS OU ORGANISMOS COLONIAIS?
TÁS NO VIR NUM SABE
 
Because each proglottid contains the male and female reproductive structures, they can reproduce independently. Some biologists have suggested that each should not be considered a single organism, and that the tapeworm is actually a colony of proglottids.


5. Esta também é das minhas preferidas (e funciona em português): "Para converter centímetros em metros tu tens de...?" Resposta: "Tirar o centí." TÁ VARE GIVE ME BACK MY LEGIONS  dava a nota máxima a isto.



6. "A água dos oceanos armazena muita energia térmica.....HEAT ....CALOR MAS PORQUE NÃO DAR A PERCEBER QUE ANDOU UM ANO E MEIO NO IST E PODIA SER O TAL engenheiro desenhou um navio capaz de extrair energia das águas a 10ºC  283,4 KELVIN TEM UM ERRO DECIMAL e expelir energia para a atmosfera a 20ºC. Ele pensava que tinha tido uma boa ideia, mas o patrão despediu-o. Explica porquê." O aluno, embora certamente já com idade para ter juízo, deu a famosa explicação Leonardo Jardim-Olympiakos? JARDIM? BOLAS SOMOS MESMO GREGOS PELO MENOS VOCÊS DOIS SÃO : "Porque ele dormiu com a mulher do patrão." 



7. Esta poderia aplicar-se cá.....SINCERAMENTE A ABATER A AUTO-ESTIMA DOS PUTOS SÓ PRA DIZER QUE TEM UM PIANO EM CASA? INDA SE FOSSE UM AUDI DOS DO PASSOS COELHO, e com resposta semelhante, mas vindo da boca do próprio Tony (que se chama Carolina). "Causa: Tony pratica 20 minutos de piano todos os dias. Efeito... Ele é um grande nerd?
NEVRÓTICO EDIPIANO (OU ELECTRIANO INVERTIDO SE NUM FOR BENFIQUISTA) RECONHECIDAMENTE DETERMINADO? BOLAS ISTO ANDA SEMPRE À VOLTA DE SOCRATES? QUE TARA
A GREAT HERD...maek a herd, with a rp. So, I want this herd to be BIG



8. Pontos extras por ser uma resposta fofinha: "O diagrama em baixo ilustra melhor..." Hipótese e), acrescentada pelo aluno OU ALUNA GAJOS BARBUDOS SUNT SEXISTAS PACA: "As girafas são animais sem coração."SÃO CRIATURAS COM CREADOR 
ANIMAL SERÁ BOCEMECÊ DIRIA ALGUÉM OU ALGUMA CRIATURA
OU SE CALHAR VEGETAL



9. Gosto particularmente desta, porque com grande frequência me apetece responder exactamente isto nos trabalhos de casa do Tomás É UM LINDO NOME INFELIZMENTE SEM ACENTO FICA TOMAS OU NÃO TOMAS O QUE INDICIA UM TÍTULO DE CÂMPEÃO DE BOX OFFICE PRÓ PUTO OU MUITAS PLÁSTICAS FUTURAS
 INDICA QUE FAZIA OS TRABALHOS DE CASA PELO AMÉRICO TOMÁS "A diferença entre 180 e 158 é... 22." O que está correcto. Mas depois lá vem a pergunta mais irritante de todas: "Explica como chegaste a essa resposta." Responde o miúdo: "Matemática." Bravo! É que é mesmo isso. NON CÁLCULO MENTAL QUE É A CAPACIDADE DE REALIZAR ABSTRAÇÕES COM PESSOAS 
ISTO SÃO PESSOAS 
NÃO SÃO NÚMEROS



10. Ups, esta dispensa tradução.....PRONTO ESTE TAMBÉM FEZ INGLÊS TECHNO AO DOMINGO NO SEMINÁRIO



11. Adoro: "Encontra x." Aluno: "Aqui está ele." FIND THE VALUE RELATED TO X
É UM PROBLEMA DA QUESTÃO
SE O COMPRIMENTO DA VIRTUALIDADE CONHECIDA POR HIPO CON TUSA OU MAIS COMMUMENTE HIPOTENUSA É DADO POR X E SE CONVENCIONA QUE NO UNIVERSO BIDIMENSIONAL EUCLIDEANO A MECÂNICA DA GEOMETRIA DO ARQUIMEDES DE SERVIÇO PERGUNTA : AFINAL MEDES QUANTO?



12. Jerónimo de Sousa ficaria muito orgulhoso desta resposta. O PCP tem de encontrar este miúdo americano (até porque, sendo americano, convém tirá-lo de lá UMA VEZ QUE SE CHUMBAR REPETIDAMENTE THE 7TH GRADE COMO OS NOSSOS VAI PASSAR O RESTO DA VIDA A ABRIR E FECHAR PORTAS AOS TAVARES RICOS E A CHAMAR-LHES SÔR DOCTOR): "Alguns átomos partilham electrões, tornando-se E TORNAM-SE mais estáveis. Descreve uma situação em que as pessoas partilhem algo com benefícios para todos." Resposta: "Comunismo."
CAPITALISMO TINHA SIDO UMA RESPOSTA PARVA EM 99.99% DOS UNIVERSOS POSSÍVEIS OU IMPOSSÍVEIS



13. "Como é que nós chamamos à ciência que classifica os COISAS VIVAS LIVING THINGS 
seres vivos  SERIA OUTRA PALAVRA LIKE _____________?" Resposta: "Racismo.
ANTROPOMEGALOMANIA?
PICUINHOLOGIA?
E SERES MORTOS?




14. Esta também é óptima, até porque os caracteres CHAMAM-SE IDEOGRAMAS? CARÁCTER É OUTRA COUSA NÉ?  parecem mesmo chineses.ASSUME NÃO SABER DISTINGUI-LOS E PORTANTO É UM ILETRADO FICANDO ABAIXO DOS 7000 IDEOGRAMAS CULTURAIS  "Assume que és um imigrante chinês em 1870 e escreve uma carta PARA CASA LETTER HOME  a descrever a tua experiência.YOUR EXPERIENCES PLURAL 
ALÉM DO TERMO YOUR ....MAS ENFIM PUTO TU É QUE TIVESTES ANGLO-SEXON ERGO



15. Uma das resposta mais originais de sempre, e que pena tenho de nunca me ter lembrado de a dar quando andava a estudar no Técnico? NÃO SE PERCEBE ANDASTE ANO E MEIO E ATÉ ESTUDASTE? . A pergunta ?  HÁ PERGUNTA PARECE MAIS UM TERMO EXPAND.....EXPAND WHAT? pede ? ONDE? para expandir a equação?E o aluno expandiu...O ALUNO EXPANDIU-SE? OU O UNIVERSO DO ALUNO ENCOLHEU?


Autoria e outros dados (tags, etc)

CURIOSIDADES....ESTA GENTE NÃO TRABALHA?
publicado às 10:07

duminică, 16 martie 2014

THE ARKSTORM U,K. 2014 - UNITED KINGDOM UNDER THE FIRST ARKSTORM SINCE ANCIENT TIMES OR PERHAPS HISTORIC TIMES? THE SCIENCE DOES NOT TRY TO DESCRIBE THE FUTURE ONLY SOME MAD MEN TRY TO DEFINE THE POSSIBLE FUTURES OF CRIME IN CRIMEAN VERY MEAN WARS

THE ECONOMIC ARKSTORM IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER

BUT IN GEOLOGIC TIME THE CORNER IS A BIG ONE

BEFORE roentgen nobody ever predicted or had ever imagined that rays could travel through solid matter, but sociologic points of view aboute hive minds and prognostics about economic futures are false

economics is a chaotic science and feeds with fear

the believers in economic boundaries whitin which possible crush, crash, and bubbles of cash

 must lie or rise like Lazarus.....are ....what is the word?  

CArago um Soares ou um Socrates pra ser messias nesta época tem de ser mais louco que os loucos especializados né....


THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE DON'T HAVE A GRADUAL EVOLUTION

BUT RATHER A PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIUM  OR EQUILIBRIA

BETWEEN SEVERAL IDEAS FROM IDIOTS THAT ARE PURE GENIUS

PURE WITH A BIT OF AL KOHOL

ROGER THE BACON OF SCIENCE

BELIEVE IN FUTURES THAT HAVE MAGICAL INSTRUMENTS

MADE BY PEOPLE THAT HAVE LARGE SHIPS AND ONLY ONE MAN GUIDING THEM

WILL BE CARRIED WITH BIGGER VELOCITY THAN IF THEY WERE FULL OF SAILORS

CHARIOTS WITHOUT THE HELP OF ANIMALS

ARTIFITIAL WINGS

MACHINES THAT ENABLE MEN TO WALK IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SEAS

AND LOTS OF IMPOSSIBLE AND CRAZY THINGS IN 1280 OR IN 1292

ROGER BACON IS A OLD OLD MAN ....E TAL COMO SOARES PREVIA COUSAS DOUDAS

NÃO PREVIU O PÁSSARO DOUDO OU DODO....




Comte BELIEVE THAT STAR'S ARE ONLY USEFUL REFERENCE POINTS

 left Saint-Simon, again because of unbridgeable differences.

Comte published a Plan de travaux scientifiques nécessaires pour réorganiser la société (1822)
(Plan of scientific studies necessary for the reorganization of society).

 But he failed to REORGANIZE IS LIFE AND get an academic post.
His day-to-day life IS NOT AT ALL ORGANIZATED AND depended on sponsors and financial help from friends.
 Debates rage as to how much Comte appropriated the work of Saint-Simon.....AND THE WORK OF SAINT-SIMON MUST LIE SOMEWHERE IN THE WORK OF COMTE

IN 1832 (MEN HAVE NOTHING TO SAY ABOUT THE NATURE OF THE STARS) ....COMTE DEFINES THE BOUNDARIES OF SCIENCE - THE SOLAR SYSTEM

IN 1895 THE ROENTGEN DISCOVERY TRAZ UM MUNDO DE INCERTEZAS

COMO PODE ALGO ATRAVESSAR MATÉRIA SÓLIDA APARENTEMENTE

VIVEMOS NUM TECIDO UNIVERSAL MUITO ESBURACADO


SCIENCE AND THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE IS FULL OF HOLES YET STILL HOLDS....