Another kid that worked for me got in a running shootout with the cops. After crashing out, he decided to commit suicide with his 9mm by putting it under his chin. He succeeded in blowing his lower jaw off and is spending the rest of his days behind bars.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIn Norway, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault officially opened, taking in seeds from 250,000 distinct varieties of agricultural crops. And online, the Encyclopedia of Life website launched, although it promptly crashed after millions of curious users tried to access the site.The vault acts as a backup to existing seed banks across the world, providing a safe and remote place to store the seeds of cultivated crops, away from the effects of climate change, earthquakes, war and other disasters.The vault is limited to the protection of cultivated crop seeds, as opposed to their wild cousins, however.The Encyclopedia of Life, on the other hand, is less concerned with different varieties of engineered species than the species themselves, and seeks to catalogue all 1.8 million known species on Earth.The aim of the encyclopedia organizers a group of universities and museums is to help researchers to understand large scale patterns that their specialized research might otherwise miss.But there’s an undercurrent to both projects as well: the fragile nature of life on Earth.Axel Diederichsen, the research scientist and curator at the Canadian Seed Gene Bank, said yesterday in an interview that agricultural breeding habits in the last 150 years have robbed cultivated plants of much of their diversity, creating a homogeneity that potentially exposes wide swaths of crops to pests or diseases.Likewise, multiple pressures such as climate change and the movement of invasive species threatens wildlife conservation efforts, and aiding those efforts is one of the stated goals of the encyclopedia.Diederichsen sees similarities between the two projects. “It’s important to get an overview,” he said.
Two women were shot up by cops because they drove the same kind of truck as Dorner; those cops won get fired. Teresa Evans, Dorner trainer, looks like, on the balance of probability to have kicked a handcuffed arrestee (pretty convenient to ignore a man testimony because he may suffer from schizophrenia this is clear abuse of his rights because he may be ill ), and tortured a handcuffed 70 year old woman. Her crime was spraying cold water on some tenants who weren paying their rent.