BorisK1

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  • This could work in a camera array. Five cameras would cover the visible spectrum. However, each camera would need a separate narrow-band filter, which aren't exactly cheap.

  • The link above says this about the original study: "The researchers analyzed responses from citizens and noncitizens in 2008 and 2010 and checked them against existing voter files. What they found ...
  • The blog post takes the 2008 study, and interpolates it for the 2016.  That assumes everything happened in about the same way as it did in 2008.  That's how they arrive to the 2016 estimate - ...
  • Um, I was going to write "aren't clothes required to vote?  They aren't free!".  After a web search on the subject, I hereby officially rescind my argument. Let the voter ID be free of charge.  I ...
  • Why should it be free of charge?  Ever heard of "no shirt, no shoes, no service"?
  • Here's the link to the original paper: http://ww2.odu.edu/~jrichman/NonCitizenVote.pdf The data is from two surveys, done in 2008 and 2010. And they were able to verify at least some of it: "Of 339 ...
  • Here's the link to the actual blog post that WT is citing: https://fs.wp.odu.edu/jrichman/2016/11/28/is-it-plausible-that-non-citizen-votes-account-for-the-entire-margin-of-trumps-popular-vote-loss ...
  • The clause restricts "members of the government" from receiving "gifts, emoluments" from "foreign states" without congressional approval.  Every single president received gifts from foreign states ...
  • After sleeping on it, I think I have a better reply. The claim is not exactly "meaningless". But it's in a totally different frame of reference. Remember what Obi Wan Kenobi said about the truth? S ...
  • Right. The guy is a huge real estate developer. He probably dealt with various environmental issues (including, but not limited to, stubborn inspectors) before I learned English. So let's catch ...
  • There's got to be plenty of "awards" behind his claims. Hotels and resorts love to brag how green they are because they let you skip over laundering your towels. And everybody knows that. Be an ...
  • But then, Quis custodiet ipsos custodes custodes custodes custodes?
  • Well, all I can say is that these links showed up on Google: http://clubandresortbusiness.com/2014/09/trump-golf-links-cited-design-excellence-sustainable-practices/ http://dbedt.hawaii.gov/blog/16-10/
  • Looks like you edited your post. I'm not quite sure of your reasoning though. Didn't Trump hire them? Wasn't the work done in his property, under his direction?
  • Since I was fact checking a fact checkers article, what do you call the actions of those who will fact check my posts? Fact checking fact checks of a fact checker?
  • One other point: based on what I found, the actual alleged "lie" looks to be, well, correct. Apparently, Trump's hotels, resorts, and golf courses won a pile of awards over the years, including at ...
  • Seriously - I was just having a bit of fun with the "fact checker" article that couldn't use Google. No, I don't think Trump is some kind of an environmental hero, awards or no awards.
  • Well, I just got curious about the "fact-checker" article's claim about "we found no environmental awards" and ran a Google search. A few awards popped up, some of them environmental. This made me ...
  • Right. And it was a certification, rather than an award. So far, nobody here disputed the ones from 2007 that I found initially, the one from 2014 above, and from 2016 below: http://dbedt.hawaii.go ...
  • And this one? http://dbedt.hawaii.gov/blog/16-10/
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