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November 23 2014

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70s Lego had the right idea
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November 21 2014

AttacAustria on Twitter: "Auch kanadische Tochterfirmen von US-Multis können durch #CETA europäische Regierungen verklagen - ganz ohne #TTIP."
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November 18 2014

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November 16 2014

Manche Firmen sind so weit vorne, die brauchen weder ...

Manche Firmen sind so weit vorne, die brauchen weder Luxemburg noch Irland oder die Niederlande. Nehmt nur mal Boeing, den zweitgrößten Auftragnehmer der USA auf Bundesebene. Boeing hat gerade 82 Millionen Steuern zurückgekriegt auf 5.9 Milliarden Profit vor Steuern. 2013 haben sie auf Bundesebene gar keine Einkommenssteuer gezahlt. Das Spannende bei Boeing ist ja, dass die aus Lobbyismusgründen in jedem US-Bundesstaat irgendwas "herstellen", damit sie dann immer behaupten können, Arbeitsplätze seien betroffen. Arbeitsplätze im Bundesstaat des zuständigen Senators. Auf Bundesstaat-Ebene haben sie dann auch 11 Millionen Dollar in Einkommenssteuer gezahlt. Wie das zusammenpasst...

Naja, werden sie ein besonders schlechtes Jahr davor gehabt haben, und einen Verlustvortrag angemeldet haben...? Nein.

Since 2008, Boeing has reported between $1.6 billion and $5.9 billion in profits each year, yet has paid no federal income taxes in three of those years. Over the last six years, Boeing has reported $26.4 billion in pre-tax profits to its shareholders, while claiming a total of $105 million in refunds from the IRS, an effective tax rate of -0.4 percent.
Das, meine Damen und Herren, sind Profis.
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Madam Moll, Gangster from The Late 20’s with her M1928 Thompson in front of a bank safe she just robbed…

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November 15 2014

Klartext soll aus dem Internet verschwinden

Das Internet Architecture Board hat auf dem 91. IETF-Meeting gefordert, Datenübertragungen im Internet grundsätzlich zu verschlüsseln.

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November 14 2014

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That's me.
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when you're bored
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I might have to reblog this everyday because the truth tea is scalding and y’all look thirsty.

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longboard trip to venice april 2014

ps. @sydnor longboarden ist volkssport ...
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November 11 2014

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November 07 2014


Revolutionary ALMA Image Reveals Planetary Genesis

A new image from ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, reveals extraordinarily fine detail that has never been seen before in the planet-forming disc around a young star. ALMA’s new high-resolution capabilities were achieved by spacing the antennas up to 15 kilometers apart. This new result represents an enormous step forward in the understanding of how protoplanetary discs develop and how planets form.

ALMA has obtained its most detailed image yet showing the structure of the disc around HL Tau, a million-year-old Sun-like star located approximately 450 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Taurus. The image exceeds all expectations and reveals a series of concentric and bright rings, separated by gaps.

Stars like HL Tau and our own Sun form within clouds of gas and dust that collapse under gravity. Over time, the surrounding dust particles stick together, growing into sand, pebbles, and larger-size rocks, which eventually settle into a thin disc where asteroids, comets, and planets form. Once these planetary bodies acquire enough mass, they dramatically reshape the structure of the disc, fashioning rings and gaps as the planets sweep their orbits clear of debris and shepherd dust and gas into tighter and more confined zones.

-- ALMA Observatory

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November 06 2014

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