Archives for October 10, 2014

Antarctic Sea Ice at Record High, but Global-warming Doomsayers Unimpressed

A report post­ed by the Nation­al Snow & Ice Data Cen­ter (NSIDC) on Octo­ber 7 stat­ed: “Sea ice in Antarc­ti­ca has remained at satel­lite-era record high dai­ly lev­els for most of 2014.” The report not­ed that dur­ing the peri­od between Sep­tem­ber 10 and Sep­tem­ber 22 very rapid late-sea­­son ice growth in Antarc­ti­ca pushed the total […]

Teaching Machines and Programmed Learning

Day 8: Skin­ner Hor­ror Files Teach­ings Machines => Com­put­ers Comput­ers have become the per­fect vehi­cle for those who want to imple­ment soci­etal oper­ant con­di­tion­ing meth­ods on the chil­dren and pop­u­lace. These change agents desire to break down human behav­ior into the low­est com­mon denom­i­na­tor, and mea­sure it bit by bit via con­di­tioned respons­es desired (or […]