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Chilean, raised roman catholic, currently agnostic, PhD physicist, currently in Med School for Medical Physics (UPDATE: completed my degree! I am now a PhD in physics and medical physics!). plays the bass guitar... anything else, please ask!

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Supreme Court Revives Transgender Ban for Military Service
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 22, 2019:
"It makes exceptions for several hundred transgender people already serving openly and for those willing to serve “in their biological sex.”" so it doesn't affect those already serving. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/22/us/politics/transgender-ban-military-supreme-court.html
Supreme Court Revives Transgender Ban for Military Service
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 22, 2019:
"Page not found" Broken link perhaps?
New Study Claims Babies Born in Jan and Feb Are More Likely To Be Rich | Rare
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 22, 2019:
While their proposed data is indicative of what they claim, without access to the actual data, one cannot trust that the celebrities are in fact celebrities or how that definition of celebrities is being used or that they did pick people at random. This is because they claim that they made a list of celebrities (not included) from which they then picked 100, 200, and then 400 people randomly from (again, a selection that is not included). Also, if this were to be fully random, then the population of celebrities from which the sample was chosen would have to be very large, a list that is also not included. It would be interesting study if it were a better study but as it stands, the merits of astrology non-withstanding, there is ample reason to doubt their results. https://sci-hub.tw/10.3844/jssp.2013.164.172
Do you think Death ever has a bad day?
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 21, 2019:
*On a pale horse* by Piers Anthony and *Mort* by Terry Prachett would seem to indicate that Death does indeed have bad days!
WHAT DO YOU THINK? VICE-PRESIDENT PENCE COMPARING PRESIDENT TRUMP TO MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 21, 2019:
I answered "NO" because it is not a comparison. He said, quote "[..]that is exactly what President Trump is calling on congress to do, come to the table in a spirit of good faith." which is not a comparison to MLK but rather a use of his words and ideology to make a point (regardless of how poorly that point is). Think about it: Imagine I said "jesus wanted everyone to love each other" and then followed up with "And that is what I want you to do: love each other". Clearly that would not be me comparing you to Jesus but merely using his words and ideology to make a point.
Ocasio-Cortez given 4 Pinnochio's and consistently misrepresents facts and figures. If facts and ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 21, 2019:
To those wiling to give her a pass: We never gave, nor should give, Trump or any other politician a pass with their looseness of fact. We never said "well, trump is young in politics so he'll improve" (which he didn't) nor used youth and inexperience to excuse any other politicians non-sense.. Why then give her a pass? Isn't giving a person a pass when they are loose in facts a clear sign that we are paying more attention to our bias in wanting to like her instead of our objectivity in wanting her to stay away from dogma? There is no reason to excuse her ignorance on the premise that she will improve in the future. How she does in the future has no bearing on what she is proposing and wanting to do today. When she improves, we give her credit for it. But as long as she is spouting non-sense, she should NOT be given a pass least we become just like the Trump supporters who give HIM a pass for his non-sense. :( (PS: For those not interested in what a youtuber has to say, politifact has 4 falses, one pants on fire, and one mostly true... not a good start... https://www.politifact.com/personalities/alexandria-ocasio-cortez/statements/ )
I was disappointed but not surprised at our local march today. Less people, complaints from the ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 20, 2019:
The problem with womens march and march for science and a host of other modern marches is they are not focused on anything. The are marching merely to draw attention to the fact that there are women and there are scientists but beyond that, there is no consensus on what the march should accomplish. Some women want abortion to be the focus, others pay gap, others corporate leadership. Some scientist what it to be about minority representation, others about federal funding, others about science education. Contrast this with marches of the past which wanted to end a specific war or wanted equal rights or wanted specific abortion legislation. I feel those marches had an effect because they sent out a single message and could organize around the message. I feel marches today are ineffective because there is no single message and thus any effort to get progress done gets washed out by everyone wanting *their* issue to be heard and *their* issue to be the most important one. This is why we don't see progress directly related to these marches: because half the people what progress in one direction, the other in another direction, and thus they cancel out and no progress is actually made in ANY direction.
Donald Trump and his supporters show by their words and behavior that they lack the intelligence, ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 20, 2019:
"Donald Trump and his supporters show by their words and behavior that they lack the intelligence, the courage, the will, and the morality to even attempt to elevate themselves. " [steps on soapbox] Well, that would require someone to show them how to elevate themselves. It's hard to combat ignorance if there is no one to show you a different way. And since the majority of people that disagree with trump and his supporters are not teachers nor have ever taken it upon themselves to teach, they label the other side as lacking intelligence to elevate themselves because we tell them "you are wrong" and they don't accept that they are wrong. And merely telling someone they are wrong instead of getting to know them, establishing a connection prior to telling them they are wrong, and then insisting that they accept they are wrong.. is what passes for teaching to many. Here is an article that points out what I mean titled **The white southerners who changed their views on racism**. It recounts how many southern people that admitted to wholesale racism lost said racism. A very telling quote from one of the people interviewed states, quote "“You do what you’re taught, what you see, until you see something else and realize, hey, this isn’t right,”" [source: https://www.theguardian.com/global/2018/oct/08/the-white-southerners-who-changed-their-views-on-racism ] In short, it is possible to elevate them. They can't do it alone and they certainly can't do it while being insulted and it is very likely you personally may not have the right tools to help them take the next step. But if you can't be part of the solution, you are part of the problem by reigning derision upon them which only makes them dig in their heels all the more and makes it harder for people with the tools and disposition to help them take their first, or last, steps out of socially repugnant ideas. [steps off soapbox]
It costs nothing, NOTHING, to treat another with respect.
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 20, 2019:
I respect everyone until they show me disrespect... then, I show them even more respect! By showing respect to everyone and everything at every time not only am I leading by example in how to show respect but I don't give them an excuse to increase their disrespect because I've disrespected them... at which point I would increase my disrespect because they increased their disrespect because I disrespected them because they disrespected me... It's a feedback loop of the worst kind which can only be prevented, and possibly reversed, by respecting the other no matter what.
Covington Catholic could expel students who taunted Native American man
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 20, 2019:
"It's very doubtful that the school is surprised at the behavior" Perhaps not but keep in mind that until a student acts in a way that endangers the school or puts the school in a bad light (optics), there's nothing for the school to do. So for example, all of the students could have expressed negative feelings towards native Americans, been ardent Trump supporters, or worn maga hats after school and the school be aware of it all.. but none of that rises to the level of expulsion or action. However, acting in a way that the school does not wish to represent itself, and acting in that way for national exposure, that does rise to the level of a problem in terms of discipline. Also, keep in mind that these attitudes are not likely coming from the school but from the parents and their social circle. As such, again even if the school is aware of said attitudes, unless something happens that relates to the school (as I think was this case as I think this was a school trip otherwise how was the school identified in the first place) , even if these students had done so on their free time the school really could not take punitive action against them.
Attacks on Reality (as Confirmed by Science)
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 20, 2019:
A few things we can do, though obviously not an exhaustive list: 1) recognize that the problems you describe are not exclusive, or even majority based, on religion or evangelicals. A misunderstanding and misinterpretation of science has plagued history since day one purely because science is difficult and when confronted on the subject, nobody wants to seem ignorant. 2) Building on 1), recognize that science is very difficult. Therefore the expectation that everybody should be able to comment intelligently on it it's not realistic. There are various levels of understanding and we should respect our science teachers and our scientists more than we do right now. This doesn't mean we should blindly follow them nor blindly accept what they say but rather except that if you have a career in science, then you are better suited to comment then ,as you state, someone who just got their information from the Internet. 3) Building on 2), recognize the difference between a denier and a skeptic. For example it is absolutely right to be skeptical and question the claims of climate change. One cannot deny the data but how we interpret that data is valis subject of debate. In particular given fields like climate change that rely on simulation and not well-established models or fields like psychologist that suffer from poor methodology and replication crisis. I also see this in the social arena where people that question the number of people that died during the Holocaust are called deniers when they should actually be called skeptics. This is important because by labeling someone a denier you are labeling them as close-minded and not willing to listen to other views whereupon by labeling them a skeptic, you accept that they are asking questions and merely arriving at different answers than you accept or understand
Men with beards are more attractive, scientists claim - Manchester Evening News
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 19, 2019:
I met a woman with a beard once; he kept hitting on me all night long...
Men with beards are more attractive, scientists claim - Manchester Evening News
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 19, 2019:
I bet a more accurate headline would be "Male scientists with beards claim men with beards are more attractive". ;) :D
Howard Jones: Things Can Only Get Better [youtu.be]
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 19, 2019:
A good message for our current times... and all times.
Judge rules against elderly lesbians rejected from retirement home
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 18, 2019:
I think the real litmus test would be for a homosexual man married to a lesbian woman to apply for residency or a homosexual man/woman married to a heterosexual woman/man to apply. Then: If the rejection truly is about man/woman marriage and not about homosexuality, all of those would be admitted. If the rejection is about homosexuality however, then none of those would be admitted.
Young Christian Bale. Circa American Psycho. Yeah, I know. Ok, the first image might be a designer ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Are you sure that's him? That doesn't look a thing like him... the lips are too pouty for example and he wasn't THAT cut in American Psycho that I recall...
@Admin If I were a believer, wondering if I might be missing something, and decided to take a look ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 17, 2019:
100% agreement. One of the main purposes of this site is a place for people to explore different points of view. This means that belivers should feel welcome to explore their point of view versus our... to talk about their faith and how it makes sense to them and for us to talk about our faith and how it doesn't make sense to us. But this knee-jerk "you're not welcome here" reaction by some people in this site generally sour that purpose and threaten to make this an echo chamber where if you already think like the majority you are welcome but if you don't, you are ganged up on and chastised... ironically, that is us non-beliviers acting like the worst of the believers act.
Glitch that makes posts 2-3 times. I noticed in my feed that there was maybe a dozen posts that were...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Woke up to 57 notifications and I thought to myself "Hells Bells, I'm not THAT popular or have THAT many friends!!!" :P
Perhaps the most depressing photo I've ever seen... ...taken 4947 metres down in the Mariana ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 17, 2019:
Depressing... or delicious!!!???? :D :D
Four late middle-aged, balding German men standing still on a stage... [youtube.com] ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
My gods these guys are epic... and still doing it? Damn!
Buddhists run me off because I believe in collective consciousness and Hindus run me off because I ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Well, I collective conciousness may be your truth but it's not mine and thus not the truth. Though I'm sorry to hear that Buddhist ran you off as you say because of this. After all, Buddhism is very open in accepting all people of all beliefs as long as you don't violate their fundamental tenets (the eightfold path) and I don't see the notion of collective conciousness doing that... unless they say it as some sort of an ego thing?
I am curious to here what we have to say about the ideas of "ludwig wittgenstein". That our world is...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
I don't abide by his more "esoteric" stuff, like the tractatus, but his ideas on language and reality really resonate with me. After all, the way that we organize, study, and understand the world is done through, and limited by, the language we have to do it with. Consider how much the addition of the language of mathematics made it possible for us to view the world and understand it in a way that was impossible with mere alphabetics
The left is getting more radical all the time.
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
*radical adj.- a description of an action or thing which is especially impressive. "Did you see Tony Hawk pull off the 900? It was a radical move." * So you find the left becoming more impressive all the time? Duly noted. :D https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Radical
If Time Is Infinite, Can You Arrive At “Now”? In another time and place, I had a ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Classic A series vs B series theories of time *According to McTaggart, there are two distinct modes in which all events can be ordered in time. In the first mode, events are ordered as future, present, and past. Futurity and pastness allow of degrees, while the present does not. When we speak of time in this way, we are speaking in terms of a series of positions which run from the remote past through the recent past to the present, and from the present through the near future all the way to the remote future. The essential characteristic of this descriptive modality is that one must think of the series of temporal positions as being in continual transformation, in the sense that an event is first part of the future, then part of the present, and then past. Moreover, the assertions made according to this modality correspond to the temporal perspective of the person who utters them. This is the A series of temporal events.* *[...]* *From a second point of view, one can order events according to a different series of temporal positions by way of two-term relations which are asymmetric, irreflexive and transitive: "earlier than" (or precedes) and "later than" (or follows). An important difference between the two series is that while events continuously change their position in the A series, their position in the B series does not. If an event ever is earlier than some events and later than the rest, it is always earlier than and later than those very events. Furthermore, while events acquire their A series determinations through a relation to something outside of time, their B series determinations hold between the events that constitutes the B series. This is the B series, and the philosophy which says all truths about time can be reduced to B series statements is the B-theory of time.* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_series_and_B_series
The truth is that nobody knows for certain just what happens after we die. Everything that is ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
"The truth is that nobody knows for certain just what happens after we die. Everything that is written is wrong, and every religion is a hoax." These statements stand in contradiction: Either nobody knows what happens after we die and thus nobody knows if everything that is written is wrong or religion is a hoax... ...or somebody knows what happens after we die and thus somebody knows why everything that is written is wrong or how religion is a hoax. As an agnostic that claims they don't know, I favor the former over the latter...
Wtf, I Saw this woman over a year ago, we've been trying to to rekindle things lately, but she can't...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 16, 2019:
Ask her what she expected you to do/be doing during that year. If she expected you to not date anyone else, ask her why she feels that way. If she still can't let go, it doesn't bode well for the future that your justified independence is seen as a threat to her and you must let go of her.
Trump’s latest judicial nominee says rape victims are partly responsible if they have been ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 15, 2019:
*“A good way to avoid a potential date rape is to stay reasonably sober," she wrote. “And if she drinks to the point where she can no longer choose, well, getting to that point was part of her choice.”* So here is how this quote reflects dual responsibility as I see it: It is incorrect for if a woman is drunk and she *doesn't* consent to sex, then it's clearly rape. Any circumstance where there is no clear consent is grounds for rape. She could give you a "come hither" look... she could be swaying her hips suggestively... she could even be blowing you kisses or even grinding your nether regions on the dance floor... yet NONE of these constitute clear consent. Thus if a man acts lacking said clear consent, it is wholly their responsability for rape. OTOH... It is a correct quote if the woman is drunk and she *does* consent to sex. It is not the mans responsibility to gauge the woman's sobriety or state of mind. If she says "yes, I want to have sex with you" then this is clear consent. Should the woman then claim rape under the pretense that had she not been drunk she would have never consented, then clearly this is not the responsibility of the man as there was no rape given that consent was clearly given. So I think there is dual responsibility here based on the status of the consent given: if no consent is given, a woman, drunk or sober, bears no responsibility in how others act against her but if consent is given, a woman, drunk or sober, does bear responsibility in how others act with her. So what happens when she doesn't remember giving consent because she is drunk but the man insists she did? Therein lay the sticky wicket and why many on this thread (IMO) are saying that staying sober is a good way, for both men and women, to avoid problems related to sex and drinking.
Are you optimistic? About the future of the usa or of your country? The world? Help a brother ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
I'm always optimistic. Nothing good ever came from being pessimistic. So I look to the continuing amazing advances in science, I look to 2020 when we will have another shot at changing the executive branch, I look to midterm elections when we can change our legislative branch, I look to new parents, I look to the spring after the winter, I look to the clear sky after a cloudy day, I look to new music, I look to old classic... ... there is always something to look forward to; no sense getting bogged down in pessimism.
I 've been thinking recently that its obvious Trump will be impeached. Where that goes is up in the ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
In my experience, when people claim something is obvious... it usually isn't. ;)
Good man: ... Swedish Professor Rebels Against University’s ‘Critical Whiteness Studies’ ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
I go with Bo. And this I use this quote to explain why I support him. *The Faculty of Humanities recently formed a new network of researchers called VitKrit, whose stated goal is to focus on “critical whiteness studies.” The discipline seeks to “problematize whiteness” in human science. It proceeds from the assumption that whiteness is associated with power and privilege in many parts of the world.* Imagine a "critical blackness studies" based on the assumption that blackness is associated with power and privilege in many parts of the world (like africa)... or "critical brownness studies" on the assumption that brownness is associated with power and privilege in many parts of the world (like India and the Middle East). Those would be called racist and derogatory and would NEVER catch on... ... but pick on whitey and you are called a "progressive" or "woke". Whiteness should not be celebrated but neither should it be "problematize". Power leads to privilege, not skin color. And while white people have taken much power over the last centuries in the West, "yellow" and "brown" and "black" people also have power in the East and South and they are not less brutal with their privilege than whitey.
Is Trump working for the Russians? [apnews.com] It may be an insulting question for most; but, ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Trump only works for Trump. Understand that he isn't a racist or a misogynist or a collusionist... *but an opportunist*... and the rest falls into place. If it was convenient for Russia to do something for Trump to win, then I have no doubts Trump took them up on the offer or looked the other way. Of course, the second that was done and they become inconvenient for him, he throws them away. If anything, the way Trump deals with people and institutions, it'd be more accurate that Russia would be working for Trump interest's, not the other way around
I'm very excited about the Dune remake that will be filming from next month!! Fingers crossed.... it...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Really? Nice; dune is one of my all time favorite Sci-Fi... even the prequels! How will it compare to the SciFi channel version made years ago? That one wasn't bad as it tried to be closer to the books but I felt suffered in terms of time and budget since it was on TV
What kind of hairstyle do you think is sexy on a man?
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 14, 2019:
Uhhhh... that's not fair. Even a bald Jason Mamoa would still be hot as hell!!!!! ;)
Five Forces Driving the Rise of Fascism in 2019
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 13, 2019:
Surely the headline should read "the rise of hyperbolic rhetoric in discussing opposing views to my own personal politics" given that none of the examples are actual fascists, neo or otherwise ?
Our Hot Hunk of the day 1/12/2019 goes the @TheMiddleway . We've had some requests for some "good ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 13, 2019:
I'm blushing over here. ? Thanks for those kind words. I always appreciate the posts you make in that they make me think and, even when we disagree, it's never disagreeable. And in a similar vein to I being one of the two you know best here on the site, you are only one of two people from this site that I interact with outside the site... even if that interaction is just on FB. ;)
Eightfold Path
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 12, 2019:
All in all is all we are --Kurt Cobain
Somewhere there is a tally of which words are used the most on the web, so please stop feeding its ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 12, 2019:
Why even talk about him? Remember that there is no such thing as bad publicity... Even calling him names is still calling him. ?
SERIOUSLY? Why is this even there??? Is the Saudi flag sculpture at the former World Trade ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 11, 2019:
" the attack was at least partially funded by Saudi government officials." Allegedly and speculative. No conclusive evidence that this is the case and it's only based on the word of two senators who themselves have produce no evidence to support their assertion.
New Dating Site Launched for Those Opposed to Donald Trump
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 11, 2019:
So it's ironic that if the theme of that site is a dislike of trump, then a good portion of the sites discussion and flirting would be based around trump... and thus they'd be talking about trump eventhough they don't like trump and would rather not talk about him! Ahhhhh... the illogical nature of hate. ;)
@Admin The block feature should NOT work here in the Senate. If this group exists to improve the ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 11, 2019:
While I'm all for the idea in principle given that I don't block anyone, I'm also cognizant of the problem that this would cause. Namely, if person A is being harassed or just doesn't want to hear anything by person B and blocks them, then person B can continue said harassment or continue to be heard by person A in senate. So while free flow of information is optimal, unless you can present a solution to that problem, it is better to have whole-sale blocking and thus prevent person A from being exposed to person B if they don't want rather than force person A to be exposed to person B. In other words, in choosing between the personal freedom to only hear whom we want to hear and the free flow of information, our personal freedom to only hear whom we want to hear must always win IMO. Also, another consideration is the technical feasibility of having block applicable everywhere except here. Remember that this site is programmed and maintained by one person, Admin, and it may not be easy for him (or at all!) to implement said feature or to implement it without breaking other things in the site.
APA issues first-ever guidelines for practice with men and boys: [apa.org] "The main thrust of...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 10, 2019:
I completely agree with these guidelines. Making it know that being a man does not require a person to be a stereotype is very useful. It does make me wonder if there is a similar statement in the works for the harmful effects of traditional (read: stereotypical) femininity such as obsession with outward appearance as relates to fashion and make up, shopping, overt emotionality, etc.
According to CNN, 7 independent investigative studies undertaken within the last two years, have ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 10, 2019:
If the studies were conducted by CNN, they are hardly independent or investigative. ?
The Religious Right Says Church-State Separation Isn’t In The Constitution. Here’s Why They’re...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 9, 2019:
It's factually true though: no where in the constitution are those words stated and thus the headline is wrong; they aren't false. What they are stating is that their INTERPRETATION of the first amendment is nicely summed up by that phrase. And that's fine. But that is just an interpretation... much the way that the religious interpret their texts to mean whatever they want, they interpret it to mean that that the establishment clause -- which clearly states the US shall not establish a religion -- to mean that the US must be devoid of any religious dealings... that there must be a "separation of church and state". And we know that isn't how the first amendment is actually used given that the state most assuredly has a say in how churches operate (e.g., via taxes and law governing what is and isn't a religion) and vice versa, that the church most assuredly has a say in how the state operates (e.g, via lobbies and politicians personal beliefs).... thus this highly touted "separation" just doesn't exist. But that is only their interpretation in support of their point of view. A more accurate one (accurate in the sense of only using the stated words and in terms of actual usage) is that the US shall not be in the business of making one religion above all others or in the business of promoting one religion above all others. Time and time again this interpretation has been used in the conduct of business. So it's fine to focus on what one Founding Father quipped and rally around it... but it still doesn't mean that quip is in the constitution and thus, on that count, the headline is wrong.
Are religious people intellectually inferior? - YouTube
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 8, 2019:
The more I listen to this guy, the more I like his brand of atheism.
The Complicity of Geek Masculinity on The Big Bang Theory
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 8, 2019:
The guy in charge of Big Bang is also the guy in charge of Two and a Half men, Chuck Lorre. His humor has always been mysogynistic, as best evidenced by an episode in season one where the boys got Howard a prostitute and asked her to act Jewish and Howard was overjoyed that he not only got a prostitute but that the boys asked her to act jewish.
Link between brain damage and religious fundamentalism established by scientists
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 8, 2019:
Two major problems with the study: 1) The study only used vietnam vets. This means that it's already biased in terms of age, gender, nationality, culture, educaton, and experience. Thus the headline should appropriately read "link between brain damage and religious fundamentalism IN VIETNAM VETS established" and not the headline that makes it seem like this very narrow subset of the human population can serve as a stand-in for all people. 2) But more damning is the variance in the results. If you look at the actual paper, you find that Fundamentalism scores with lesion were 0.038 ± 0.91 and without lesion where -0.16 ± 1.08... ...in other words, the variance is on the order of 10 times larger than the actual results! I've linked the actual study for people to review but the lesson is an old one for me: never trust what the headlines say about research but rather review the research yourself to see if what the headlines claim is valid https://sci-hub.tw/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.04.009
Samuel Jackson ends debate on millions of peoples' minds
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 7, 2019:
So she is attacking a president who lacks decorum... by lacking decorum herself. Methinks she is not long for this congress if the extent of her political contributions is trash-talking...
Has Evangelical Christianity Become Sociopathic?
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 6, 2019:
Piss poor article. Being sociopathic isn't about having one or two of those characteristics but several or all. In all the stories presented, the story centers on how an INDIVIDUAL person showcased ONE of those characteristics and then, based on a piece-meal analysis, extends that "diagnosis" to the entirety of their religion. By the rationale laid out by the author, in other words, anyone could make the case that any institution is sociopathic, whether secular or religious. I could just as easily find 3 examples of individuals that have shown singular sociopathic behaiviour in the sciences, in public education, in business, in art, etc and then conclude that all those institutions are sociopathic... which of course they aren't In other words, this article is filled with hyperbolic claims and gross misuse of psychology made by a person wanting to sell books by misusing psychology to supplement their weak thesis.
Trying to compartmentalise organisms that display a high level of individuality will always have ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 6, 2019:
Myers-Brigg is astrology wrapped up in psycho-babble. I'm always amazed that people that claim they are rational and scientific still abide by this test when even a cursory investigation of it's inception would show how grossly deficient it is...
One of my favourite books! I've read it 3x!
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 6, 2019:
What's it about?
Believe everything they tell you about me. It's true!
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 6, 2019:
Added to that is that a persons perception of you will also be different even if you behave and say the same thing. One person might view your disdain of the president as having a beautiful soul; another might see you as an asshole for that same view.
These Atheist Activists Are Picking the Wrong Battles - YouTube
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 6, 2019:
I like the way he thinks. He's aware that the first amendment only pertains to the government, for one, and that it guarantees equal opportunity of belief and not a blanket promotion of secular thought, for two. His tone is also very non-confrontational and accepting that while he is an atheist, and that is ok, that others are not... and that is ok too! I'll have to keep an eye out for him, thanks!
Hi all. I never thought I would use it but after responding to a friend's post about the shutdown I ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 5, 2019:
Without restoring to names, what was the nature of "the attack"?
What a shit year it's turning out to be already. On Sunday (so technically last year) my very ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 4, 2019:
We are at that age where these things are going to be more and more common I'm afraid. :( 'Tis no salve for the hurt but I'd buckle in for the bumpy ride ahead...
"The judge a book by the cover mentality is arrogant in nature" Thoughts?
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 4, 2019:
Can you explain the use of the word "arrogant" in this context? It doesn't seem to apply to the concept of judging the internal structure of an object by only considering it's outside structure.
Racists explode after Democratic House member is sworn in with Thomas Jefferson's copy of the Koran
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 4, 2019:
The sooner we stop giving a shit what people say on twitter... ... the sooner this country will stop paying attention to twits.
Do you have an ex you are still friends with? It doesn't have to be your most recent ex.
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 3, 2019:
All of them, yeah. all of them are exes just because we realize we weren't going in the same direction but that didn't minimize the fundamental and foundation of friendship that we had. In other words, I've never thrown my baby out with the bathwater.
Religion versus Science . . .
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 2, 2019:
Given that neither religion nor science say such things, the real damage is misrepresenting both science and religion in support of personal dogma.
Yeah! New York state just raised the minimum wage to $15/hour. So happy for my grandson and many ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 2, 2019:
*The city is gradually increasing the hourly minimum to $15 over several years. Already, though, some employers have not been able to afford the increased minimums. **They've cut their payrolls, putting off new hiring, reducing hours or letting their workers go, the study found.** * *The costs to low-wage workers in Seattle outweighed the benefits by a ratio of three to one, according to the study, conducted by a group of economists at the University of Washington who were commissioned by the city. The study, published as a working paper Monday by the National Bureau of Economic Research, has not yet been peer reviewed.* *On the whole, the study estimates, the average low-wage worker in the city lost $125 a month because of the hike in the minimum.* Economy is not a hard science but rather one of trial and error. We can't really predict what effect an economic decision will have but we have to rather "dive in head first" and see if the pool is full or empty. In this case, preliminary (and non-peer reviewed) data is confirming the doubts of many of us that a 15/hr wage hike is not solving the problems it alleges it can solve. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/06/26/new-study-casts-doubt-on-whether-a-15-minimum-wage-really-helps-workers/?noredirect=on=.3b7c50762ae4
The goodness of people depends on the intentions of their brains and not on their religion or ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 2, 2019:
Yet, their religion and ancestry will affect the "intentions of their brain" so....
Can a Community college actually prosecute you just for a hug?
TheMiddleWay comments on Jan 2, 2019:
The metoo movement and lessons are not that hard to understand. They really come down to one word: **consent**. So a hug given without consent can be cause for problems. I don't know about dismissal from campus but it can become an issue as would any physical contact without consent. I think "hugs" are a good lesson for men and women. Some people are "huggers" and can't help themselves. They should. They should always ask if it's okay to hug another. Though it may seem innocous, to a person whose experience abuse it could be a trigger. As well, it's good practice in control insofar as if you are unable to control yourself in hugging another without consent, it brings to question what other actions you are unable to control yourself under and thus worth examining. In short, it is unlikely that you'd be prosecuted for a hug but as with all physical contact that you don't get consent for, it's best not to do it in the first place...
I just got 30 days in time out on Facebook for posting this meme. They called it hate speech. It's ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 28, 2018:
"racist poor white trash" is definitely a hateful way to talk about a majority of Americans. Hopefully the timeout gave you pause to think about that.
I am agnostic, because I refuse to believe that some creator would stand by and do nothing while so ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 28, 2018:
if you don't believe in a deity for any reason then you are an atheist not an agnostic. An agnostic fundamentally believes that we can't know or make any commentary on a deity without direct evidence for said deities, of which there is none to date.
Trump’s presidency has changed Washington, defied convention
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 28, 2018:
"The cumulative effect has been to diminish the authority with which White House pronouncements are received." This assumes Whitehouse pronouncements were ever received by authority by some of us. For some of us, the foibles and lies of Washington have been long-standing and all that Trump is doing is making transparent that which has been obfuscated for so long.
My favorite paste, The Enlightenment Philosophers that guided the Founding Fathers, tried for years ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 28, 2018:
"The Enlightenment Philosophers that guided the Founding Fathers," Who are these philosophers and why should modern Man be guided by ancient philosophers and ancient fathers?
Should America change the way it elects its president/vice president to the popular vote? (Vote ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 28, 2018:
Better the devil you know.... In going to a popular vote, you only exchange one set of problems with the current system for another set of problems with a new system. Not worth the hassle...
There r many known scientists that claim they r religious. Is this an antagonistic contradiction. Is...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 26, 2018:
Not at all. Scientists are well versed in holding different beliefs in check. In effect, they are (by and large) good at not taking their work to the church and not taking their church to their work. I've been a physicist for 20+ years and I can attest that many of my fellow collegues are religious and that that has never been an issue in their practice of science... I've never observed anyone trying to pray the solution to a partial differential equation or asking their gods to give them the "right" number on an experiement. To gain some perspective, according to the most expansive world-wide survey of it's kind, this "conflicted" view is in the distinct minority among scientists, only a third agreeing with him in the UK and US: *Ecklund noted that only a minority of scientists in each region believe that science and religion are in conflict. In the U.K. – one of the most secular countries studied – only 32 percent of scientists characterized the science-faith relationship as one of conflict. In the U.S., this number was 29 percent.* [source: http://news.rice.edu/2018/11/01/hawking-declares-there-is-no-god-but-many-scientists-disagree/]
I made my first attempt at Street Epistemology this morning while wrapping gifts on Periscope. I...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 26, 2018:
Not a fan of SE; smacks of proselytizing which is one of the major critiques non-believers have of some believers. I'm a fan of letting the student come to the teacher, not the other way around. If a person has questions, doubts, curiosity, that opens that door to change... not being accosted by a rando on the street. ;)
Look, I know there are more important things going on in the world, but sometimes minor things crop ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 26, 2018:
Your mug is deserving of Kintsugi: *Translated to “golden joinery,” Kintsugi (or Kintsukuroi, which means “golden repair”) is the centuries-old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with a special lacquer dusted with powdered gold, silver, or platinum. Beautiful seams of gold glint in the cracks of ceramic ware, giving a unique appearance to the piece.* https://mymodernmet.com/kintsugi-kintsukuroi/
I find it very frustrating that posts in thye main discussion boards coming out of groups do not let...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 25, 2018:
I don't think you should be able to respond if you aren't a member of the group and I think there is no problem worth their public posts Think of making posts public as advertisement. That way you can see what they are talking about and choose to join if you want to join the conversation. And if you see the conversation and don't want to join, then so be it or you can hide them. Seems like a noon issue to me frankly given that you have various options to customize your interactions with groups.
Yes, there is a war between science and religion
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 23, 2018:
To gain some perspective, according to the most expansive world-wide survey of it's kind, Coyles view is in the distinct minority among scientists, only a third agreeing with him in the UK and US: *Ecklund noted that only a minority of scientists in each region believe that science and religion are in conflict. In the U.K. – one of the most secular countries studied – only 32 percent of scientists characterized the science-faith relationship as one of conflict. In the U.S., this number was 29 percent.* [source: http://news.rice.edu/2018/11/01/hawking-declares-there-is-no-god-but-many-scientists-disagree/] This result is very much in line with my 20+ years as a physicist, where a persons religion was never an issues as regards that person's science.
There Is No Such Thing as Conscious Thought - Scientific American
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 22, 2018:
Vague concepts lead to vague conclusions. Throughout the article, the author continually says that consciousness does not exist, but then that it does, but then that we don't understand it, but then that we do.Against such a background, I think he is saying nothing of value that I can see. Nor do I fundamentally believe that consciousness can understand itself through mere philosophy. It will take something external, such as experiments are external machinery, the tease that out. In effect, *philosophy trying to understand consciousness is like a ruler trying to measure itself*
Tractor beams.... [i.rmbl.ws] Watch a ‘sonic tractor beam’ do some midair sewing ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 22, 2018:
Looks like stop motion animation... Very cool.. Very interesting possibilities!
Are humans special or are they just another mammal species? Here are some reason why homo sapiens ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 21, 2018:
"Special" is a metric created by humans and assigned by humans. In other words, humans are special but only to other humans. ;)
The Catholic Church Concealed More Than 500 Allegations Of Sexual Abuse In Illinois
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 21, 2018:
"According to the attorney general's report, the church was quick to disregard allegations or call them unsubstantiated." The problem I see is that since when has it been anyones job but actual law enforcement to investigate the legitimacy of a crime? So I'm confused as to how these incidents played out: a person alleges sexual abuse and they go to the church, the very institution where the person who abused you works, instead of going to the police, who have the means to investigate? Or are the police in cahoots with the church insofar as they did go to the police but the police turn them away and say "oh, that's a church matter?" Sounds like the former is the case, where people go to the church instead of the police. *That has to stop.* And not just in churches but in all institutions: if there is an allegation of abuse from someone at work or the gym or the lab, don't fucking go to work, the gym, or the lab to complain... go straight to the police FFS, right?
CNN: More journalists were killed, abused and subjected to violence in 2018 than in any other year ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 20, 2018:
From the RSF article {https://rsf.org/en/news/rsfs-2018-round-deadly-attacks-and-abuses-against-journalists-figures-all-categories} "*These figures include professional journalists, non-professional journalists, and media workers.* So CNN is actually being VERY unjournalistic by claiming that this figure applies to journalists. Further, all causes of the death is given equal weight, insofar as those gunned down for their reporting and those simply dying in the line of duty are given equal weight. Consider that 9 journalists are on the list from Mexico where they were specifically targeted for being journalists. The same can be said about 4 journalists in the US who were gunned down in Annapolis. But also on the list are 2 journalists who had a tree fall on them while covering a storm. Yes, they were journalists but is it fair to say that they were "killed, abused, and subjected to violence"? As I see it, the two that were killed by the tree in the USA, the 4 that were killed by a unstable person with a 7 year grudge, and all the killings in Mexico had ZERO to do with what CNN characterizes as "politicians and public figures for encouraging disdain for the news media." **TL;DR: CNN's skewed reporting is a great example of why I have disdain of not all, but most, news outlets.**
Women astronomers had a lower success rate getting access to Hubble, until they did a blinded review...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 20, 2018:
How can we then conclude there is no discrepancy? Despite the success rate, women PI's are still submitting a little over a third of projects with male PI's still submitting the bulk. I agree the success rates are encouraging but I wouldn't draw any conclusions until the proposals from men and women are more on par...
SETI’s Catch-22: Part Two. I would have to assume, that ET, from the first visit, all those ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 20, 2018:
To state that Ancient Astronaut Theories are on the same playing field as SETI is no different than saying that Young Earth Creationists are on the same playing field as Geologist. :D
SETI’s Catch-22: Part Two. I would have to assume, that ET, from the first visit, all those ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 20, 2018:
The difference between ancient astronaut theories (AAT) and SETI is that AAT relies on interpreting writings or monuments, *from our past and made by humans*. This interpretation has no basis on science and there is no reason why an interpretation that something that looks like a rocket actually *be* a rocket since it can equally be any number of other things, from phallus to corn stalk. And as nothing found or seen so far cannot be attributed to being made by humans, there is no evidence of clear alien On the other hand, SETI relies on interpreting signals *from our present and not made by humans*. Yes, the signals are technically from the past but we are receiving and interpreting them now in the present. It's not like they are recorded by someone 1000 years ago and we are not interpreting them. Further, the signals SETI works with are devoid of human interference. In fact, several times they have had false alerts because a satellite they didn't account for gives a signal. But everytime it can be traced back to humans it's dismissed.
An interesting article about social media and Russian influence on those platforms; what is now ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 20, 2018:
So the interesting thing about social media is that it's not nationalistic. Facebook is not USAbook and thus people from other countries, IMO, have every right to try to sway everyone to their point of view. This is why this debate is so difficult for me to digest. In effect, the USA is saying that social media from the US, *but used internationally* should never go against US interests. That Facebook, by being based in the US, can only be used by US citizens to express opinions on US politics and that a US citizen spreading misinformation is marginally not okay but a foreign citizen spreading misinformation is a campaign and akin to an attack on the US itself. Further complicating the fact is that while they "claim" that it was a russian influence campaign, because all the data is behind closed walls and inaccessible to the public, we just have to "trust" the government and it's agencys that this is the case. I'm not one to trust without seeing evidence for myself so that is one problem. Another is that they claim that the influencers, while not directly working with russian state agencies, are actually being hired by? endorsed by? forced to? work for the russian government. In the age of anonymous and other anarchist workers on the web, it's not clear to me that this has to be the case. After all, it doesn't take much for US citizens to do the same for shits and giggles and without the US government having any involvement. In short, I'm skeptical of any "influence campaign" for one and I'm skeptical that it represents a national security risk insofar as Facebook is NOT the US government, no citizen is FORCED to be on Facebook, and every citizen can FACTCHECK everything on facebook for validity. So even if there is a campaign, then I say "have at it" for it will only serve to teach US citizens the depths of their gullibility and who knows, maybe make the government focus more on educating it's citizenry on how to tell truth from lie... but the government doesn't want that for it would hurt THEIR lies too. LOL
Which one is better for atheists? Twitter or Facebook? Why?
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
Twitter is for twits and twats. Facebook is for dank memes. Neither has anything to do with, nor offer, atheists in pursuit or support of their unbelief.
Book review of "Ontology of Motion"--a reinterpretation of Lucretius' On the Nature of Things which ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
Yeah. No. I read the review and by the description, the author is trying to fit the square peg of a 2000 year old philosophical thoughts on the nature of things (thoughts devoid of any experimentation or even consistent symbology to describe it, i.e. philosophy not science) into the round hole of modern observational science and physics (thought based on experimentation and a consistent symbology to describe it, i.e. physics not philosophy). I see no use to the idea presented herein as they neither further modern philosophy nor modern science and hence seems, to me, to be purely intellectual masturbation and the work of a person that thinks they have grand ideas but likely just smoked too much pot.
Allegations of child sex abuse by Catholic priests more widespread than previously known, Illinois ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
"Although the report says that “Clergy sexual abuse of minors in Illinois is significantly more extensive than the Illinois Dioceses previously reported,” it does not estimate how many of the allegations against the 690 clergy should have been deemed credible. It also doesn’t make clear how old the allegations of abuse were." Meh. Non-headline since obviously the *total* number of allegations will be higher than those deemed *credible*.
What the hell.....
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
"male g-spot in the ass" lolwut?
Tennessee School Board Member Votes Against Gay-Straight Alliance Because The Bible | Michael Stone
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
He is entitled to his belief. He is entitled to vote according to his belief. However, Other board members are also entitled to their belief. Other board members are also entitled to vote according to their belief. And happily, in this case, the belief of one individual is not in line with the belief of the majority and he got voted down.
How strong is belief?
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
Suppose you love someone and they go away for 1 to 5 years on business. Even knowing you'll see them in 1 or 5 years surely you'd be sad, yes? Same thing. The cynical comments of many of the below fail to take into account that it's human nature to be sad even if you know for a fact you will see them again. So applied to the religious, the fact that they believe they will see their loved ones in the afterlife does fuck all to assuage the sadness of not being able to see them now, tomorrow, or in the near future. Further added sadness is that in order to see their dead loved ones, one is going to have to die, which means they will not being seeing their live dead ones until they die as well. TL;DR: human nature of sadness, not religious belief, drives this emotion.
This guy is a genius! [youtu.be]
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 19, 2018:
This is making it's rounds on the internet like wild-fire. Never seen anything go so viral so quickly. I think maybe because of the subject choice and seeing people get their "come uppance" in a non-violent way. So very cool!
Is there a thinker or only thoughts?
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 18, 2018:
Replace "consciousness" with "the thinker" and you must conclude that there must be a thinker. The word "thinker" is just a verb identifing that which is doing "the thinking". As it is the body, the mind upon which all thought is dependent on, it is again clear that the body and mind are doing "the thinking" and thus they are "the thinker". In effect, since all thoughts require a substrate, a body, a mind, in order to come into fruition, then regardless of whatever that body or mind are doing to "think", that makes that body or mind "the thinker".
First-Ever Transgender Male Pro Boxer in U.S. Wins Debut Fight | PEOPLE.com
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 18, 2018:
Let's flip this... imagine a trans woman, who as a biological male has all of evolution focusing on their physical attributes (muscle density, bone density, height, weight, etc), were to fight other bio woman, where evolution has not focused on her physical attributes. Does that seem fair? Not to me it doesn't. But if it does seem fair to you, why not allow bio women to fight bio men and why not abolish sex categorizations in all sports? Why are you waiting until now with trans individuals who want to break these barriers; why haven't you (in the general) spoken up against sex categorizations in sports, like the olympics, up until now. I gander a guess as to why: because you realize that obviously men are NOT women but then forget that a trans man is NOT a bio man. While I congratulate him on his victory, I hope the slippery slope this could lead to doesn't come to pass
One law I'd like to see taken up by the new Congress would be a Presidential Standards Act, where ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 18, 2018:
I agree. Based on what the standard for running has been in the past, there should be standards like must be white, must be college educated, must be male, must be protestant, etc. Those are the standards up to now and I completely agree they should formally be put into an act. ?
Walter Shaub on Twitter: "When this is over, when the lights are turned back on, it will become ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 18, 2018:
:D Ah!!! The beautiful logical fallacy of the false dichotomy on the beautiful logical wasteland that is twitter. :D
Blind creature that buries head in sand named after Donald Trump - Amphibian’s behaviour compared ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 18, 2018:
Petty and potentially unprofessional: *The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature actually has a rule against a zoologist proposing a name that "gives offense on any grounds." * https://io9.gizmodo.com/these-scientific-names-were-chosen-purely-to-insult-cer-1691360201
‪If the Boy Scouts Are Going Bankrupt, It’s the Perfect Time to Admit Atheists [po.st] via ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 17, 2018:
That presumes that being allowed in they would actually join. There is no reason to believe that would be the case. Especially considering that if they DID allow atheists in now, it would be considered a desperate ploy for money and not an honest change. They are damned if they don't let the openly non-religious in and they are damned if they do... i.e. atheists and agnostics are irrelevant to the current BS situation.
Nurture your curiosity. The Top 10 Websites for Science in 2018. [realclearscience.com]
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 17, 2018:
Addicted to quanta. Always put cutting edge material at a level above lay person but below professional. I'm glad to see that so many "classics" made the list (nature, smithsonian, science mag etc)... not really digging gizmondo or ars technica but then again I'm not much into technology as I am pure science and thus that may be a reflection of my own personal bias. All the same, love and completely agree with the list.
METOO is profitable: "Dushku was paid $9.5 million in a secret settlement" for hurt feelings. This ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 16, 2018:
The comments made to her were textbook harassment in that they made it a hostile work place for her. If it were *only* that one line, it wouldn't have merited such action... but it wasn't... according to the story, it was a multiple incidents. Even then it might not have been an issue. But the fact she was terminated right after lodging a complaint also lends credence to a hostile workplace for her. Bottom line, it wasn't just one thing... it wasn't just one joke. It was an environment that was hostile to her as a woman, an environment that when she lodged a complaint sought to can her instead of addressing the issues. The payout was well merited and a good wake-up call to men and companies that still "don't get it".
Did anyone notice that ICE is writing numbers on children's forearms just like when the Nazis did ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 16, 2018:
Did anyone notice how **Godwin's Law of Hitler Analogy** is all some people can contribute to a national discussion?
Inspired by @MrLizard's TRS-80 post ([agnostic.com], I went looking for scans of old computer ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 16, 2018:
Nice. The trash-80 was my first comp ..
The thinking that defies all logic ! We all know some ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 14, 2018:
No less logic defing than choosing the penguin for this meme. ? A penguin can stay at sea for up to 5 months and thus would not have needed the services of the arc for a mere 40 days and 40 nights.
Relaciones afectivas latinoamerica.
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 14, 2018:
Que significa conolejo?
The Bible Sanctions Abortion. Christians, especially the fundamentalist extreme religious ...
TheMiddleWay comments on Dec 13, 2018:
It never says that the baby is aborted. It says the belly will swell and the thigh will rot and she will be a curse among her people... but it never *actually* says that the baby is aborted. I mean it can and has been *interpreted* it that way... but in such interpretations we are playing the same games the religious play of reading what we want to read instead of what is actually being said. Further, even under the interpretation that an unfaithful wife drinking said potion will abort, the abortion is not due to the administration of the water or man but rather through divine intervention. That is to say, the bitter water (which AFAIK there is no such thing as a drinkable abortificant in ancient, or even modern, times) is merely a ritual the priest, wife, and husband go and if the wife is innocent, nothing happens but if she is guilty, god will intervene and make something happen. This is probably why this is not mentioned by the religious pro-lifers since it can easily be interpreted one way much like you are easily interpreting it another.

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