>The defendant in the libel trial, the 79-year-old Canadian climatologist, Dr Tim Ball ... is expected to instruct his British Columbia attorneys to trigger mandatory punitive court sanctions, including a ruling that Mann did act with criminal intent when using public funds to commit climate data fraud. Mann’s imminent defeat is set to send shock waves worldwide within the climate science community as the outcome will be both a legal and scientific vindication of U.S. President Donald Trump’s claims that climate scare stories are a “hoax.” (snip)
Hi all. Currently I'm stuyding Law in my home country, located in the South America. I like my career path, and I'd like to see myself as sucessful lawyer specialized in International Relations. I want to be a diplomat or something similar in the next 10 years.
I'm 20 years old, and I feel I have all the next decade for me to grow up and begin understanding the world more. Due to that, I would like to start studying something related to science, specifically Aeronautics Engineering. Don't get me wrong, I love what I'm currently studying right now, and its one of my goals. But as a man of Humanities, I want to have at least a degree related to Science.
I was never very good on math, but with some study, I can understand them, and I'm willing to spend as much time as necessary so I can achive this goal of mine too. I want to know where I can start looking for info, excercises or theory.
One last thing, since this career is non-existent in my home country, that means I'd have to move to Canada or the US to study it?
Thank you very much, and I would be glad to hear your answers.
PS: That pic is an inspiration to me. Whenever I see it, I want to be a child again, and dream about how mankind can do anything, and conquer the space :)
I've had retinopathy of prematurity and a retinal detachment as a result. I'm blind in my left eye and have severe myopia in my right. Is it even probable that the detach and myopia will ever be curable? I mean in a way that fixes one's eyeball not glasses. It's way too late to reattach the retina. Stem cells maybe?
>uni is filled with foreigners >half of them barely speak english >retards are graduating
How do you even have respect for these institutions any more? Everywhere I go it's cocky "C's get degrees" retards, thots, or self-hating anime watchers.
/sci/ I do not understand the biological reason that human beings cry when alone. I can understand why they would cry when around other people, in order to catch them off guard and try to emotionally manipulate them to various purposes. However I do not understand why humans cry when they believe that they are alone. What purpose does this serve? I am curious as to the scientific reason behind this since I have never in my life cried for any purpose other than emotional manipulation. Is there a biological or evolutionary benefit to crying?
t. fellow human