Monthly Archives: October 2016

When will physical security become more competitive than IT security for managing files?

Here is the guiding principle in determining what should receive consideration as data for purposes of internet-related IT security and what should be excluded by all means possible from risks linked to IT security. If you wouldn’t post it online … Continue reading

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How to get rid of someone

This method may have a probability in some cases of getting someone either killed or jailed. From the external disinterested perspective both outcomes should seem equally odious. Project sound waves in a manner for the waves to actualize as the … Continue reading

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Question from 2006 math text:

Question from 2006 math text: Catalog retailers have witnessed a continual linear gain in sales for over a decade. Catalog sales have risen from $27.2 billion in 1989 to $72 billion in 2001. (Source: The Direct Marketing Association) Using these … Continue reading

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Where “small therefore irrelevant” thinking leads in carbon emissions

What would happen if Canadians buy the argument that our overall contribution to global carbon emissions is not that large and therefore we should do nothing about it, and every country with equal or lesser emissions than Canada uses the … Continue reading

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Model of transparency?

If you’re interested in transparency of the type that ensures that political representatives are not treating taxpayer dollars like their personal expense account, take a look at the page on local councillors in Brazeau County, Alberta. If you click on … Continue reading

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Should law and justice systems aim to “minimize the number and severity of crimes”?

An optimal system of much complexity at all (criminal justice certainly qualifies) does not minimize much of anything. It balances costs and benefits of various types. Where the balance lies right now, I’d rather take my risk at a 1 … Continue reading

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Message to Hamilton Police to works towards resolution of a problem

I emailed the Hamilton Police the following message. I expect no response, but I already know the next step to take. Mucho respecto if they point me in any direction, let alone the one I already know about or even … Continue reading

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How stupid do Trumpistas think their follow citizens are?

As reported by Fox News, someone spray paints “No to wall” and “Islam or die” on two churches. Apparently the perpetrator thought people would be dumb enough to think a Muslim actually did it, whereas this is obviously the work … Continue reading

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