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Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies

Ayn Rand Reviews Children’s Movies | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
“Bambi”

The biggest and the strongest are the fittest to rule. This is the way things have always been. —Four stars.
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“Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”

An excellent movie. The obviously unfit individuals are winnowed out through a series of entrepreneurial tests and, in the end, an enterprising young boy receives a factory. I believe more movies should be made about enterprising young boys who are given factories. —Three and a half stars. (Half a star off for the grandparents, who are sponging off the labor of Charlie and his mother. If Grandpa Joe can dance, Grandpa Joe can work.)

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Who Loves #Chocolate? Visit the Chocolate #Museum in #Cologne, #Germany

Who Loves #Chocolate? Visit the Chocolate #Museum in #Cologne, #Germany | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
A visit to the Chocolate Museum in Cologne, Germany is a must. Everybody loves chocolate. Learn the history of cocoa and how delicious chocolate is made.
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Syrian refugees in Greece 'put their tent on Airbnb', promising scorpions, dehydration and 'broken promises'

Syrian refugees in Greece 'put their tent on Airbnb', promising scorpions, dehydration and 'broken promises' | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it

A group of Syrians has advertised the tent they are living in on Airbnb, in an ironic dig against the miserable conditions they are experiencing in a camp in Greece. In the advertisement, the Syrians say they have been living for three months in a tent in a refugee camp in Ritsona, north of Athens, and invite visitors to come and live with them, promising scorpions, dehydration and poor sanitation.

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στο Μιλάνο το 1° Παγκόσμιο Συνέδριο Μεσογειακής Διατροφής!

στο Μιλάνο το 1° Παγκόσμιο Συνέδριο Μεσογειακής Διατροφής! | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
The aim of the two-day international conference is to “revitalize the Med Diet, from a healthy dietary pattern to a healthy Mediterranean sustainable lifestyle.”
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This Week's Sky at a Glance, May 27 – June 4 

This Week's Sky at a Glance, May 27 – June 4  | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Sky & Telescope's guide to the sky tonight -- stars, the moon, planets, and other astronomy sights to view with unaided eyes, binoculars or a telescope.
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οι Νεάντερταλ ήταν και καλοί αρχιτέκτονες  

οι Νεάντερταλ ήταν και καλοί αρχιτέκτονες   | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it


A worker takes measurements of the stone rings inside Bruniquel Cave.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ETIENNE FABRE, SSAC 
By Nadia Drake
PUBLISHED MAY 25, 2016 

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Overview: the #European #Parliament's work on #taxation

Overview: the #European #Parliament's work on #taxation | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Article giving an overview of Parliament's work on taxation, including tax rulings, tax havens, LuxLeaks, Panama papers.
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Saturn Moons Could Be Young - Sky & Telescope

Saturn Moons Could Be Young - Sky & Telescope | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it

Saturn is the belle of our planetary ball. It waltzes through space in an elegant hoopskirt that glistens with ice crystals, surrounded by an entourage of 62 moons. Its lone gallant is Titan, whose thick hydrocarbon shroud makes it the only satellite in the solar system with a sizable atmosphere.

Alongside hazy Titan is an assortment of icy, mid-size moons, their sizes ranging from Mimas’s 400 km (250 miles) to Rhea’s 1,525 km (948 miles). Together, they have a mere twentieth as much mass as Titan does. Interspersed with these are a vast collection of moonlets, with sizes of a few tens to a couple hundred kilometers. Some of these are likely born from pileups of ring material.

In terms of numbers, Saturn’s retinue matches that of the king of the planets, Jupiter, whose current satellite tally also happens to be 62. But Jupiter boasts a more glamorous court, with its four Galilean moons (some of the largest moons in the solar system), two of which are comparable in size to Mercury. Titan’s elongated orbit and loner status set it apart from this stately satellite quartet. And Jupiter doesn’t have any mid-size moons.

Planetary scientists have long wondered why Jupiter has come out so much the winner when it comes to big moons. In 2013, for example, Erik Asphaug (Arizona State University) and Andreas Reufer (then at University of Bern, Switzerland) suggested that Saturn started with a Galilean system of its own, but the moons crashed into and obliterated one another. The rubble then coalesced into Titan and the mid-size moons. 


A new paper explores this collision idea further. Matija Ćuk (SETI Institute) and his colleagues turned back time by studying the icy moons’ motions and figuring out when and how they could have interacted, given their current orbits. Some moons move in what are called orbital resonances, which means the time it takes Moon A to complete an orbit around Saturn is a simple fraction (say, one half) of the time it takes Moon B to do so. Resonant moons strongly affect each other’s orbits, easily tilting them out of the original plane in which they lay.

Saturn also has an off-putting effect on its satellites, pushing them farther away with time. This tidal push is strong because the planet isn’t solid. It affects each of the various moons in different ways, changing each of their orbits with time and making and breaking resonances.

What the team found was that, given the moons’ current (and backtracked) orbits, the moons can’t have migrated much from where they first formed. But that doesn’t make sense if they’ve been orbiting the planet from the solar system’s early days: Saturn’s tides are just too tenacious — the moon Enceladus and its tidal-triggered geysers confirm that.

Instead, the team argues, the mid-size moons can only be about 100 million years old — or, as the SETI Institute’s press release puts it, “younger than the dinosaurs.” (Dinosaurs first appeared in the Triassic period, 230 million years ago.) The moons formed from a ring of debris, born from the collisions of a previous population of moons, the team suggests in the April 1st Astrophysical Journal.

That’s consistent with his Galilean squabble theory, Asphaug says. Unlike Asphaug and Reufer, Ćuk’s team doesn’t argue in favor of Titan being a merger-born moon, but that suggestion “definitely ranks as hypothetical,” Asphaug readily admits.

Ćuk’s team offers a test: craters. If the mid-size moons are indeed young, they won’t have had time to build up a perfectly homogenous peppering of pockmarks from space. Instead, craters on moons within Titan’s orbit (all the mid-size moons but Iapetus) would concentrate around those satellites’ equators, because the moons would have been exposed to a lot of debris in the plane of their birth ring but not nearly as much from other angles. Many of the moons are heavily scarred, so it’ll take dedicated work to tease out whether the moons have these girdles.


This image from the Cassini spacecraft shows four of Saturn's moons and the outskirts of the planet's rings. Saturn's largest moon, Titan (3,200 miles, or 5,150 kilometers, across), is in the background. In front of it and above the rings at center is Dione (698 miles/1,123 kilometers across), one of the mid-size moons. The small moon Pandora (50 miles/81 kilometers) orbits beyond the rings on the right of the image. Finally, Pan (17 miles/28 kilometers) peeks out as a spot in the Encke Gap of the A ring on the left of the image. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute

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12 Highlights from National Geographic's Daily Travel Photo: Best of 2015

12 Highlights from National Geographic's Daily Travel Photo: Best of 2015 | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
The Cuernos (Horns) del Paine grab the early morning light in Chile’s wild Torres del Paine National Park. Once the haunt of a few stalwart climbers, the park now draws more than 100,000 visitors a year.
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Free & Equal - ο ΟΗΕ εξέδωσε σειρά γραμματοσήμων για την ισότητα της ΛΟΑΤ (#LGBT).

Free & Equal -  ο ΟΗΕ εξέδωσε σειρά γραμματοσήμων για την ισότητα της ΛΟΑΤ (#LGBT). | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
This issue promotes the UN Free & Equal campaign for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. The new stamps, which celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community, mark the first time that the UNPA has issued stamps with an LGBT theme. An initiative of the UN Human Rights Office, Free & Equal is a global …
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το εσωτερικό ενός Boeing 787 Dreamliner

το εσωτερικό ενός Boeing 787 Dreamliner | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Photograph by Patrick Rodwell / Boeing
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η φωτογραφία δείχνει  το εσωτερικό ενός 787-8 Boeing Dreamliner, όπως το παραδίδει η εταιρεία στους πελάτες που 

θέλουν να το διαμορφώσουν με το δικό τους γούστο!

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The Athens Review of Books, τεύχος Οκτωβρίου 2015

The Athens Review of Books, τεύχος Οκτωβρίου 2015 | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Στον Μαγιακόφσκι είναι αφιερωμένο το τεύχος Οκτωβρίου της Athens Review of Books. Γράφει η Αλεξάνδρα Ιωαννίδου («Βλαδίμηρος Μαγιακόφσκι: Καλοζωία, έρωτες, ταξίδια κι επανάσταση») με αφορμή την έκδοση μιας πολύ σημαντικής και πλήρους βιογραφίας του. Μια βιογραφία που αποτελεί και αποτύπωση της κοινωνίας, των ηθών, της καθημερινότητας, της ουτοπίας, εντέλει, στο πλαίσιο αυτού του πειράματος που ονομάστηκε ΕΣΣΔ τις πρώτες δυο δεκαετίες της σύντομης ιστορίας του ολοκληρωτικού καθεστώτος. Ο Μαγιακόφσκι, πέρα από την εικόνα του «επαναστάτη ποιητή» ήταν ένας εξαιρετικά ευνοημένος από την τύχη και τη σοβιετική εξουσία διανοούμενος, αντισυμβατικός και συγχρόνως επιρρεπής στη χλιδή, καλοντυμένος, αλλά και θυελλώδης στις αντιδράσεις του.
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• Το editorial της ARB «Εμείς και η Ευρώπη» είναι διαθέσιμο στην ιστοσελίδα μας. Καθώς η πλειονότητα των ελλήνων πολιτών δεν παρακολουθεί και αγνοεί τα κείμενα και τους λόγους όσων προσπαθούν να συνεισφέρουν με ιδέες στη χάραξη του μέλλοντος της Ευρώπης, εμείς επιμένουμε: στο τρέχον τεύχος δημοσιεύουμε δύο σημαντικά κείμενα των ηγετών της Ένωσης, Ντόναλντ Τουσκ («Οι πειρασμοί της Ευρώπης») και Ζαν-Κλωντ Γιούνκερ («Καιρός για εντιμότητα, ενότητα και αλληλεγγύη – Κατάσταση της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης 2015»).
• Ο Παύλος Σούρλας γράφει για την ανθρώπινη αξιοπρέπεια στη χαραυγή της Νεωτερικότητας.
• Ο Ρόντρικ Μπήτον (Roderick Beaton) γράφει για την Ελλάδα του Βύρωνα.
• Ο Νάσος Βαγενάς γράφει για τις Νεοελληνική μετανεωτερικότητα και ασκεί κριτική στις «απόψεις ενός μετανεωτερικού πανεπιστημιακού ιστορικού, του Αντώνη Λιάκου».
• Ο Χ. Ε. Μαραβέλιας γράφει για τον λεγόμενο εξελληνισμό του Βυζαντίου.
• Ο Πέτρος Μαρτινίδης, γράφει για τον «θάνατο του συγγραφέα» και το σχετικό δοκίμιο του Μ.Χ. Έιμπραμς που μετάφρασε ο Άρης Μπερλής.
• Ο Θάνος Βερέμης γράφει για την παράσταση «Το Δαχτυλίδι των Νιμπελούνγκεν» στο Μπαϊρόιτ.
• Ο Αντώνης Χατζημωυσής γράφει για τον Μπέρναρντ Ουίλιαμς και «την αρχαία ηθική χωρίς ηθικολογία».
• Ο Γιώργος Χ. Παπαδόπουλος γράφει για τον Όλιβερ Σακς.
Ακόμη:
• Αθαν. Χ. Παπανδρόπουλος, Ο φιλελευθερισμός των πολιτών
• Νίκος Λεβέντης, Ιστορία και Ποίηση σε ένα ποίημα του Κ.Π. Καβάφη
• Ζμπίγνκιεφ Χέρμπερτ (Zbigniew Herbert), Μιλά ο Δαμαστής ο επονομαζόμενος και Προκρούστης. Μετάφραση από τα πολωνικά Αλεξάνδρα Ιωαννίδου. Διαθέσιμο στην ιστοσελίδα μας.
• Μιχάλης Ρέμπας, Μήτσος Παπανικολάου: Ένας αξιόλογος «ελάσσων» του Μεσοπολέμου
• Χάρης Βλαβιανός, Cavo Paradiso. Ποίημα
• Γιάννης Κονταράτος, Ουίλιαμ Μπλέηκ – Ο ανατρεπτικός χαρακτήρας του εικαστικού του έργου

Σχέδιο εξωφύλλου: Ο Βλαντιμίρ Μαγιακόφσκι από τον Κωνσταντίνο Παπαμιχαλόπουλο

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Greek Parliament from the inside | Why Athens

Greek Parliament from the inside | Why Athens | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Officially known as Hellenic Parliament or Vouli ton Ellinon, it’s a new privilege touring inside the Greek parliament building with an English speaking guide. Public guided tours in English may continue to run every year from July to September, although this has not been officially confirmed. The Greek parliament building, which overlooks Syntagma Square, is a reminder of where the modern Greek state began. Every major political and official event has occurred in front of this important landmark since it was built in 1843, including the famous public revolt which occurred in September that year, against King Otto’s absolute monarchy that finally saw the introduction of Athens’ first constitution, hence the name Syntagma Square meaning Constitution Square. Today, the citizens of Athens still head to Syntagma Square to exercise their democratic rights of free speech. Here’s a look behind these great walls that are full of the history and legacy of modern Athens.
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Shifting Eastern Mediterranean Alliances

Shifting Eastern Mediterranean Alliances | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Beyond common concerns about Turkey's intentions, Athens and Jerusalem share significant energy interests. Both countries want to implement the 1982 U.N. Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) to facilitate the exploration and exploitation of the seabed;[22] and both maintain that the Eastern Mediterranean could be unilaterally developed through its division into exclusive economic zones of 200 nautical miles. In contrast, Ankara has not signed on to UNCLOS and favors a settlement in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean that would take perceived Turkish interests into greater account.
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Is free trade dead?

Is free trade dead? | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Even before the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, question marks hovered over Europe’s ability to conclude the mammoth transatlantic trade deals under negotiation. Talks with the U.S. regarding the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) risked becoming bogged down over “irreconcilable differences,” with policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic under pressure from strong domestic lobbies and pockets of vocal grassroots opposition. The EU warned that unless the U.S. changes its stance, there will be no deal before Barack Obama leaves office.

Since then, the outlook has only gotten gloomier. Last week, the European Commission yielded to pressure from France and Germany, agreeing that national parliaments had to ratify CETA, the EU’s landmark trade deal with Canada, widely considered an “easy” and uncontroversial agreement. The agreement now faces delays, and possibly vetoes, setting an inauspicious precedent for TTIP, as the next round of negotiations begin Monday.

Political turmoil and growing protectionism are threatening to undermine one of the Commission’s core competences — and, arguably, the bedrock of the European project.
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ο «κουμπάρος» ο φασίστας ο Recep Tayyip Erdogan, τα έβαλε και με τις άτεκνες γυναίκες.... :(

ο «κουμπάρος» ο φασίστας ο Recep Tayyip Erdogan, τα έβαλε και με τις άτεκνες γυναίκες.... :( | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
He also said that the business world was not "an alternative” to motherhood

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that women who abstain from bearing children are “lacking” and “incomplete” the local Hurriyet Daily News reports. He made the remarks to Turkey’s Women and Democracy Association in Istanbul on Sunday.

While claiming to support women who pursue careers, he added, “I certainly do not accept the business world becoming an alternative for maternity.”

He also equated the rejection of motherhood with the denial of femininity and the loss of freedom.

The Turkish leader’s comments dovetail with his remarks last week condemning birth control for Muslim families, and his speech in March on International Women’s Day, when he proclaimed that “above all else” women are mothers.

[Hurriyet]
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3Gibraltar chief minister warns #Brexit could lead to joint sovereignty with Spain

3Gibraltar chief minister warns #Brexit could lead to joint sovereignty with Spain | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Gibraltar’s chief minister has warned that the British enclave's sovereignty might be at risk if the UK votes to leave the European Union next month.

Fabian Picardo said the territory would come under pressure from Spain to consider joint sovereignty in order to continue to have access the single market.
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Ancient Greece's Legacy for #Liberty: #Herodotus and the Way of Otanes

Ancient Greece's Legacy for #Liberty: #Herodotus and the Way of Otanes | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Herodotus’ writings on the Greco-Persian wars contain insights into Greek political thought.
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#Greece back in the firing line as #IMF reconsiders #bailout deal

#Greece back in the firing line as #IMF reconsiders #bailout deal | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
The bailout deal that rescued Greece from the jaws of bankruptcy may be on the brink of collapse after the International Monetary Fund said it was reconsidering its position as a creditor.

Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF, has said that the budget targets set for Greece are “highly unrealistic” and would require “heroic” efforts by the Greek people to meet the level of austerity required.
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Wine Tech Upstart Drops a Smart Bottle on a $300 Billion Industry

Wine Tech Upstart Drops a Smart Bottle on a $300 Billion Industry | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
For wine, the hangover can start as soon as the bottle is opened. Oxygen is toxic to the lovely, inebriating juice, which as every moment passes becomes something other than intended (letting it ''breathe'' notwithstanding). On any given night, having to choose between four glasses of wine and none can be a sad disconnect of supply and demand—a truly dismal science.
Marco DiGiulio, a vintner at California’s Vintage Wine Estates, can taste degradation in a bottle open just one day. That’s why he has such high hopes for Kuvée, a sort of Keurig-style dispenser that goes on sale Monday and comes with a catalog of 48 wines, including some of DiGiulio's. The core of the system is a decanter that sells for $1991 and looks like an oversize wine bottle. Ranging in price from $15 to $50, the canisters slide into the bottom and click in place. Equipped with a bladder and special valve, the wine can be poured without any oxygen seeping in, and drinkers can swap out a Pinot noir for a Syrah by ejecting one canister and clicking in another. After an initial pour, Kuvée wines will stay fresh for about 30 days.
“I’ll be honest, this was intriguing to me from a purely personal standpoint,” DiGiulio said. “My wife doesn’t drink a whole lot, and I don’t want to drink a whole lot, so it’s surprisingly rare how often we open a bottle of wine.”
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Earthrise 2015

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NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) recently captured a unique view of Earth from the spacecraft’s vantage point in orbit around the moon. In this composite image we see Earth appear to rise over the lunar horizon from the viewpoint of the spacecraft, with the center of the Earth just off the coast of Liberia (at 4.04 degrees North, 12.44 degrees West). The large tan area in the upper right is the Sahara Desert, and just beyond is Saudi Arabia. The Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America are visible to the left. On the moon, we get a glimpse of the crater Compton, which is located just beyond the eastern limb of the moon, on the lunar farside.
This image was composed from a series of images taken Oct. 12, when LRO was about 83 miles (134 kilometers) above the moon’s farside crater Compton. First the spacecraft must be rolled to the side (in this case 67 degrees), then the spacecraft slews with the direction of travel to maximize the width of the lunar horizon in LROC’s Narrow Angle Camera image. All this takes place while LRO is traveling faster than 3,580 miles per hour (over 1,600 meters per second) relative to the lunar surface below the spacecraft!
LRO was launched on June 18, 2009, and has collected a treasure trove of data with its seven powerful instruments, making an invaluable contribution to our knowledge about the moon. LRO experiences 12 earthrises every day; however the spacecraft is almost always busy imaging the lunar surface so only rarely does an opportunity arise such that its camera instrument can capture a view of Earth. [source]
To learn more, read the full description on Flickr.
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Ο Τ. Τρουντό τερματίζει τον αμφιλεγόμενο ρόλο του Καναδά στη μάχη κατά του ISIL.

Ο Τ. Τρουντό τερματίζει τον αμφιλεγόμενο ρόλο του Καναδά στη μάχη κατά του ISIL. | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
O πρωθυπουργός του Καναδά, Τζάστιν Τρουντό, ανακοίνωσε ότι η χώρα θα αποδεσμεύσει τα έξι μαχητικά της που βομβαρδίζουν στόχους του Ισλαμικού Κράτους (ISIL) στο Ιράκ και τη Συρία στις 22 Φεβρουαρίου.
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O πρωθυπουργός του Καναδά, Τζάστιν Τρουντό, ανακοίνωσε ότι η χώρα θα αποδεσμεύσει τα έξι μαχητικά της που βομβαρδίζουν στόχους του Ισλαμικού Κράτους (ISIL) στο Ιράκ και τη Συρία στις 22 Φεβρουαρίου.

Ο Τρουντό είχε υποσχεθεί να τερματίσει τον αμφιλεγόμενο ρόλο του Καναδά στη μάχη κατά του ISIL, στην πορεία προς την εκλογή του το περασμένο έτος.

«Πιστεύουμε ότι θα πρέπει να αποφύγουμε να κάνουμε ακριβώς ό,τι θέλουν ποι εχθροί μας…Ο ISIL θέλει να τον βλέπουμε ως μια αξιόπιστη απειλή για τον τρόπο ζωής μας και στον πολιτισμό μας. Γνωρίζουμε ότι ο Καναδάς είναι πιο ισχυρός, πολύ ισχυρότερος από ό, τι η απειλή από μια δολοφονική συμμορία κακοποιών που τρομοκρατούν μερικούς από τους πιο ευάλωτους ανθρώπους στη γη», ανέφερε ο Καναδός πρωθυπουργός τη Δευτέρα στην Οτάβα.

Οι δημοσκοπήσεις δείχνουν ότι οι Καναδοί έχουν εκ διαμέτρου αντίθετες απόψεις για το ρόλο των ενόπλων δυνάμεών τους στην αντιμετώπιση της απειλής του ISIL.

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Therme Bucharest το μεγαλύτερο SPA στην Ευρώπη. Άνοιξε !

Therme Bucharest το μεγαλύτερο SPA στην Ευρώπη. Άνοιξε ! | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Beginning January 14th 2016, a tropical paradise, known as Therme Bucharest, Romania will be open to the public just ten minutes away from the city.
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Μια καθαρά Αυστριακή επένδυση σε μια χώρα που μας αρέσει πολύ να την θεωρούμε πίσω.

Αφήστε τα κρατικοδίαιτα γατάκια, της υβριδικής Κυβέρνησης ΣΥΡΙΖΑ-ΑΝΕΞΕΛ ...να καταστρέφουν την χωρά !

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Freedom means recognizing the primacy of individual choice, even choices we think are silly.

Freedom means recognizing the primacy of individual choice, even choices we think are silly. | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
Paternalism poses a threat to the foundation of civilization: tolerance of other people's choices.
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πόσο σίγουρος είσαι ότι το πανάκριβο single malt Scotch, που πίνεις δεν έχει χρωστικές;

πόσο σίγουρος είσαι ότι το πανάκριβο single malt Scotch, που πίνεις δεν έχει χρωστικές; | Politically Incorrect | Scoop.it
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Demetrios Georgalas's insight:

Turns out certain whiskies can be colored for visual adjustment. Among the most commonly, and controversially, colored: Scotch. Surprising, right? Considering the romance and rigor that goes into Scotch production—that it all ends with a dash of food coloring? But it’s true. According to the Scotch Whisky Act of 2009, which basically sets and/or updates standards for Scotch production, Scotch was and remains a spirit “to which no substance has been added except (i) water; (ii) plain caramel colouring; or (iii) water and plain caramel colouring.” Scots are pretty serious about their whisky regulations, and for now at least, it looks like caramel is fair game.

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