Analysis by Nic Robertson Re-analysed
By Derek Voglis
From the Russian probe to immigration, the White House has for the past 3 years constantly witnessed battering of its integrity and commitment to US citizens with relation to executive management despite sparse evidence proving otherwise. The matter seemingly continues to downshift from complete turmoil to repeated misinformation, to propagation and back of none other than the theory that there exists some brilliant ‘conspiracy’ involving the Trump campaign and Russia. With an arsenal of subpoenas, cries for institutional justice, and hearings– nearly four years after the problem all started– far too many simply cannot accept culpability in Washington for a failed attempt at bringing to light any clandestine acts perpetrated by the current president.
If there is one thing that has been evident throughout the political discourse which is spewed out daily it is that there are divided interests, a substantial amount of money involved and sides battling one another. In an opinionated article posted by Nic Robertson, International Diplomatic Editor for CNN, on the second line even before the article begins lies a text which reads, “Trump’s often mendacious torrents of stilted rhetoric have already crushed common ground at home and polarized America”. A lot of fancy words all just to say something which is pretty simple in layman’s terms. Upon deciphering this we find it to claim that constant and direct lie-filled outbursts in the pursuit of public persuasion have already divided the nation. If there is one relatively persistent issue, it’s the far-left media’s intent on degrading Trump’s moral character as if it were the most turning, mind-blowing and essential aspect of his presidency. Who’s the one really dividing the nation after all and trying to persuade the average joe of something blatantly obvious to some extent? If everyone would stop buying into this constant verbiage and realising that there are more pressing issues at hand then the country perhaps wouldn’t be so ‘polarized’ after all. And Hillary Clinton? For not being politically correct in one’s behavior doesn’t make a person any less guilty than those who chose the path of discreteness yet here we are continuing to shine the spotlight on none other than the media’s number one contender, Donald Trump.
We go on to read “The last time his boss was in the UK he too unloaded on the PM, suggesting May had ignored his advice on Brexit and that her former Foreign Secretary MP Boris Johnson would do a better job. None of this is random of course. It amounts to systematic bullying “.
Systematic bullying? I wonder who else could be accused of such an offense. It seems that the leftist media has double standards after all.
By Katie Hunt,
A new species of dinosaur with bat-like wings has been discovered in China, shedding light on the origin of flight and how dinosaurs evolved into birds.The dinosaur’s fossilized remains were found in Liaoning, in northeast China, in 2017 and at first they confused Min Wang, a Chinese paleontologist and lead author of a study published this week describing the new dinosaur. It’s called Ambopteryx longibrachium.”It was nothing like a bird. Nothing like a dinosaur,” Wang said. But further study showed that it was in fact a tiny theropod dinosaur with unique forelimbs and membranous wings.The 163 million-year-old fossil is only the second to show a dinosaur with bat-like wings although the feature is seen in prehistoric flying squirrels, bats and pterosaurs — flying reptiles.The only other dinosaur with this feature was the Yiqi, which was described in 2015, and was hotly debated by paleontologists.
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El curso me ha parecido bastante bueno, pues tratamos varios temas de interés como las varias tecnologías I.A, Dark Web, Robótica, etc y nos profundizamos en la historia de la computación. Además, pudimos ver un poco de coding en nuestra clase aunque no fue el enfoque. Pienso que me fui bien en el curso, siempre he intentado hacer las cosas bien y hacer todas las tareas según las instrucciones proporcionadas. Lo que más me interesó fue el Big Data y cómo nos rodea, pues el internet es una herramienta de gran valor para el mundo de la tecnología. Unas cosas específicas que aprendí fueron la historia detrás de la computadora (empezando con Pascal a Babbage a IBM , etc). Adicionalmente, aprendí de las herramientas a mi disposición mediante la biblioteca de Sagrado. Si pudiera yo cambiar algo del curso sería lo del proyecto final porque siento que cuando hay dificultades en grupo a veces nos afecta de manera involuntaria aunque intentemos nosotros mismos darle el 100% esfuerzo a la asignación.
Just today opposition leader Juan Guaido announced the beginning of the end for the now President Maduro’s presidency by which has been marked with offences such as causing political upheaval, shady election results, exceedingly high levels of institutional corruption, bribery and an extremely low approval rating. The results of such occurrences are rather unsurprising, one being a full scale humanitarian crisis and the other a whirlpool of economy related quagmires throughout the country which have left much of its citizens gridlocked. Maduro’s response to this attempted Coup d’état is what is to be expected “We will win”. Right, while hiding away in his fortress hoping Uncle Sam shoots down the idea of military action or a complete reversal of sides by Maduro’s current military members (many of which have already joined the opposition) somehow there is still a sense in his mind of success. The sad truth for Maduro is something that denial will only worsen: The power you have now will be gone before you know it. The United States and over 50 other countries are bigger, badder and stronger than you ever will be or could have been. Your little dictatorship is over and the Venezuelans know it. Make your pick because one way or another you are leaving the country.
Agar.io- Juego multijugador, para intelectuales
Markiplier- Un Youtuber famoso con contenido gracioso y interesante
Smosh- Uno de los viejos de la comunidad YouTube. Contenido gracioso y intrigante.
PoliceActivity- Brinda información educacional sobre sucesos que tienen que ver con la policia.
PewDiePie- Uno de los mas famosos de youtube con contenido de todo tipo.
CNN- Mejor sitio en mi opinión para noticias. Tiene el mejor sitio para conseguir informacion acerca de eventos.
ABC- ABC No es mi fuente favorita pero es igual de importante en un mundo con gente de opiniones diferentes.
MSNBC- Para los que quieren una vista un poco a la izquierda
New York Times- Noticias de todo tipo para toda la familia.
Fox News- Para los que quieren una vista un poco mas a la derecha.
A veces cuando menos esperamos algo, sucede lo peor de lo peor. En este video se puede ver cómo un día soleado y normal se convierte en una persecución, para algo que habitualmente se adiestran los oficiales de la policia. Un oficial del departamento de Florence estaba vigilando la carretera cuando observó un vehículo viajando a una velocidad más rápida que lo permitido. Fue entonces que intentó detener al conductor. Tras unos segundos, se daría cuenta de que el que estaba atrás del volante no iba a detenerse bajo ninguna circunstancia.
By Derek Voglis, B.A. International Studies, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón
With the rapid expansion of China in terms of a global superpower, the need for further checks and balances are becoming ever so paramount to prevent an almost certain catastrophic outcome for U.S. interests. Unseemly trade practices, non-marginal military and technological advances, espionage, hacking developments, and IP theft are key concerns that directly put the topic of national security on the line. It is indispensable for strives to be made in regards to re-establishing mutual tranquility among our two nations in a world marked by the exceedingly high demands of the 21st century globalized markets.
According to the NCSC, foreign economic and industrial espionage against the United States continues to represent a significant threat to America’s prosperity and competitive advantage. Constant appropriation of intellectual property and breaking of international trade agreements seem to be an all too common formality for China’s communist party regime. On a yearly average, China unrightfully expropriates an estimated three hundred billion dollars in intellectual property and up to six hundred billion in trade secrets. In response to this issue, we have witnessed an increase in tariffs and a whirlpool of events leading to tightened tensions between the communist party and US government officials such as talks between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.
Moreover, China is a leading proprietor of espionage programs aimed at stealing U.S trade secrets. China has increased its pilferage of commercial technology, specifically patented products over the years. Beijing predominately utilizes spies and cyberspace hackers to gain domestic advantage and rise as a global power. In October of 2018, Yanjun Xu, a Chinese ministry of state official was charged with spying and attempting to steal General Electric Aviation and other company trade secrets to give the Chinese government. He is one of many examples of constant efforts to take on the United States as a global power.
Of equal importance are the ever so increasing emotions between China and the United States in the East China Sea. It is estimated that there are in excess of 200 million barrels of oil reserves over the span of 81 thousand square miles making this a stronghold for Chinese maritime operations. That said, one of the main issues that directly puts our national security at risk lies on the fact that continued military developments mean further competition which in hand puts the United States at a strategic disadvantage. While the Chinese currently do not supersede our military budget or technological capabilities, they are expanding at a swift pace. The Chinese military budget saw an increase of 8.1 percent in 2018. According to statistical charts from previous years, this increment results in a rising trend with little chance of detainment.
“Foreign Economic Espionage in Cyberspace.” Https://Www.dni.gov, 2018, http://www.dni.gov/files/NCSC/documents/news/20180724-economic-espionage-pub.pdf.
“Chinese Intelligence Officer Charged with Economic Espionage Involving Theft of Trade Secrets from Leading U.S. Aviation Companies.” The United States Department of Justice, 10 Oct. 2018, http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/chinese-intelligence-officer-charged-economic-espionage-involving-theft-trade-secrets-leading.
“China’s Maritime Disputes.” Council on Foreign Relations, Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/interactives/chinas-maritime-disputes?cid=otr-marketing_use-china_sea_InfoGuide#!/chinas-maritime-disputes?cid=otr-marketing_use-china_sea_InfoGuide.
“On November 18, 2015, William Evanina, national counterintelligence executive of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, estimated that economic espionage through hacking costs the U.S. economy $400 billion a year, which falls within the range of the findings of the IP Commission. Evanina also stated, “We haven’t seen any indication in the private sector that anything has changed [in terms of Chinese government involvement in hacking].” To date, the IP Commission has not found any evidence to the contrary. Chris Strohm, “No Sign China Has Stopped Hacking U.S. Companies, Official Says,” Bloomberg, November 18, 2015, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ articles/2015-11-18/no-sign-china-has-stopped-hacking-u-s-companies-official-says. “
http://www.ipcommission.org/report/Evolving_Cyber_Tactics_in_ Stealing_US_Economic_Secrets_ODNI_Report.jpg. 2 Strohm, “No Sign China Has Stopped Hacking U.S. Companies, Official Says.” 3 The Report of the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property (Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research on behalf of The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property, 2013)
Aquí está. La Web realmente es magia. Recién ha cumplido 30 años y hay mucho que celebrar, pues después de todo es como la física, sin ello el mundo sería distinto.
Se realizó una investigación académica sobre analytics utilizando varios artículos y recursos a los cuales se les aplicó el proceso CRAAP.
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