Lo scopo delle bufale

http://www.webitalia360.com/2016/10/05/chi-vota-no-al-referendum-e-un-razzista/

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Lo scopo delle bufale

Coloro che creano queste bufale sono dei veri delinquenti della comunicazione. Kyenge non ha mai proferito tali parole. Qualcuno ha creato la notizia appositamente per far passare un contenuto nascosto. Apparentemente si parla di referendum, ma lo si accosta subdolamente al razzismo, utilizzano l’ex-ministro Kyenge come veicolo e bersaglio. Lo scopo di questo metodo di veicolare i significati è quello di indurre una reazione non cosciente nel lettore ed al contempo di creare una “cornice di consenso” attorno ad idee che il lettore non approverebbe se utilizzasse il ragionamento ma che penetrano nella sua mentalità attraverso le reazioni emotive acritiche. Così, chi è convinto sostenitore del NO al referendum, si sente offeso a sentirsi dare del razzista, e “pensa”: “ma questa è proprio una scema! Cosa c’entra il NO con il razzismo?” Passaggio successivo, sempre inconscio, se questa persona è così stupida forse si meritava gli insulti razzisti dei quali è stata oggetto. Infine la reazione del lettore, insulti verso Kyenge, scopo principale della comunicazione, perché le reazioni sono contagiose ed inducono altre reazioni oltre che a cliccare e condividere la notizia. Chi opera in questo modo si prefigge un duplice scopo, carpire clic per guadagnare attraverso la pubblicità, e creare un area di “consenso” inconscio attorno ad idee inizialmente non condivise dal lettore nonché screditare il proprio bersaglio, Kyenge.

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Riforma costituzionale senza il consenso del popolo.

Il Governo Renzi sta conculcando la Costituzione con metodi autoritari ed antidemocratici, qualcuno deve intervenire prima che sia troppo tardi.

Riporto i risultati delle elezioni politiche 2013 alla Camera:


PD 8.642.700 – 25,41% Seggi 292
SEL 1.090.802 – 3,2% Seggi 37
Centro Democratico 167.201 – 0,49% Seggi 6
SVP 146.804 – 0,43% Seggi 5

TOTALE CENTRO SINISTRA 10.047.507 – 29,54% Seggi 340

PDL 7.332.121 – 21,56% Seggi 97
Lega Nord 1.390.156 – 4,08% Seggi 18
Fratelli d’Italia 666.001 – 1,95% Seggi 9
La Destra 220.312 – 0,64% Seggi /
Grande Sud – MPA 148.570 – 0,43% Seggi /
MIR 81.972 – 0,24% Seggi /
Partito Pensionati 55.050 – 0,156 Seggi /
Intesa Popolare 25.680 – 0,07% Seggi /
Liberi per un’Italia Equa 3.238 – 0,00 Seggi /

TOTALE CENTRO DESTRA 9.923.100 – 29,18% Seggi 140

Movimento 5 Stelle Beppegrillo.it 8.688.545 – 25,55% Seggi 108

Scelta Civica 2.823.814 – 8,30% Seggi 37
Unione di Centro 608.292 – 1,78% Seggi 8
Futuro e Libertà 159.454 – 0,46 Seggi /

TOTALE COALIZIONE MONTI 3.591.560 – 10,56% Seggi 45

Rivoluzione Civile 765.054 – 2,24% Seggi /

FARE Per fermare il declino 380.937 – 1,12% Seggi

Sommando le percentuali di PD e area Monti si arriva a circa il 36%, se si considera anche l’NCD che non si è presentato alle elezioni ma si è formato successivamente si può arrivare al massiamo a circa il 45%. Considerando un’astensione di circa il 25%, l’attuale area di governo rappresenta più o meno il 34% degli italiani. Grazie alla legge elettorale con premio di maggioranza, poi dichiarata incostituzionale, il Centro Sinistra con meno del 30% dei consensi si è accaparrato, il 55% dei seggi pari a 340 deputati.

L’attuale presidente del consiglio Matteo Renzi non è stato eletto ma nominato dall’ex-Presidente della Repubblica Giorgio Napolitano. Questo sarebbe già sufficiente per definire illegittimo il Governo ed il Parlamento.

Per poter compiere riforme costituzionali ed istituzionali, non solo è illegittimo ma completamente estraneo allo spirito costituente, vedasi l’art.138 della Costituzione stessa. Se si aggiungono il clima di violenza, verbale e non solo, che ha contraddistinto le sedute alla Camera del 12 e 13 Febbraio,  l’uscita delle opposizioni dall’aula, i dubbi nelle fila della stessa maggioranza ed il metodo antidemocratico di contingentamento dei tempi, il nuovo Presidente della Repubblica Sergio Mattarella, garante della Costituzione e Presidente della Consulta, dovrebbe intervenire d’urgenza per garantire il popolo italiano avverso questo tentativo autoritario di modifica costituzionale a colpi di maggioranza. Suggerirei tre possibili gradi di intervento che credo potrebbe mettere in atto, congelare l’iter delle riforme per prendersi un lungo periodo di riflessione e ristabilire un clima politico accettabile, annullare quanto deliberato fino ad ora e ripartire da zero, sciogliere le camere e riprendere le riforme dopo nuove elezioni.

Greece Warns of possible earthquakes



Greece Warns of possible earthquakes in the coming days.

Athens 18 Nov (Prensa Latina) The Minister of Public Order of Greece, Vasilis Kikilias, today convened an emergency meeting after seismologists warned of the possibility of occurrence of strong earthquakes in the country in upcoming dates.
The warning came after this morning produced four earthquakes between 5.2 and 3.4 degrees on the Richter scale and could be felt in central Greece and the capital of the province of Attica.

Therefore, Kikilias summoned the relevant State agencies to create a strategy for dealing with a possible earthquake in the coming days and consider the level of preparedness for a warning by the agencies involved in this type of emergency .

Scientists are divided on the possible evolution of these phenomena in the near future, some of them providing dates and intensities of the next earthquake.

Speaking to the news portal parapolitika.gr Director of the Institute of Geodynamics of Greece, Akis Tselentis, considered that there might be earthquakes between 5.0 and 5.5 degrees of intensity in the coming days, but added that that level is not trigger the dangerous Atalanta tectonic fault, which runs along the Gulf of Evia.

For his part, Elias Tsiapas seismologist announced that there will be another earthquake on November 23, possibly between 5.1 and 5.6 degrees on the Richter scale, but also warned of a larger, up to 6.2 degrees, which could take place after 6 December.

In the same line, said Professor Kostas Papazajos, who said the tremors this morning were in the main of a series that you can not exclude continuing in the coming days.

lb / ACM

http://andromeda.prensa-latina.cu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&idioma=1&id=3285111&Itemid=1

Rosetta updates

Rosetta

A useful summary of the situation #Philae / #Rosetta is right to say, to avoid going to fish out all the previous messages.
The lander #Philae arrived successfully on the surface of the comet 67P yesterday. Has touched the ground three times, bouncing the first for nearly 1 Km in height, and the second for about 20 cm. We are far from the point of landing default (without the first bounce was centered with a difference of about 100 meters!) but still in a good area to carry out scientific studies.
However, #Philae is not firmly anchored to the surface as the two main hooks were not fired. The screws anchor the end of the tripod that supports it, however, are inserted (minimum 2/3) in soil comet, giving a minimum of stability.
The tools all function nominally, according to forecasts. The new landing site, however, shows less sunlight, and then will have to resort to a schedule to avoid complete discharge of the batteries before it come back again sunlight.
Now the priority is to find the exact location of the lander, and this will be done by the high-resolution images of #Rosetta which could come as early as today or tomorrow. “First comet drilling is a fact!” ESA posted on Twitter Friday night. Italian drill is working.
http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/nov/14/philae-comet-lander-drills-hammers-rosetta
Tools’ action will cause an opposite reaction in Rosetta’s Philae lander, perhaps nudging it into a more sunlit position.

Lander rotates into slightly sunnier position but apparently too late to charge batteries and keep systems running. Now is sleeping on the comet.
BERLIN, Germany (AP) —‚ The pioneering lander Philae completed its primary mission of exploring the comet’s surface and returned plenty of data before depleted batteries forced it to go silent, the European Space Agency (ESA) said yesterday.

“All of our instruments could be operated and now it’s time to see what we got,” ESA’s blog quoted lander manager Stephan Ulamec as saying.

Since landing Wednesday on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko some 311 million miles (500 million kilometres) away, the lander has performed a series of scientific tests and sent reams of data, including photos, back to Earth. The science teams are now studying their data to see if they have sampled any of this material with Philae’s drill.

Data collected by Philae’s SESAME experiment suite support MUPUS results indicating the comet’s unexpected toughness. Early findings also show a low level of cometary activity at the probe’s landing site and a large amount of water ice under the lander, according to DLR.
“The strength of the ice founds under a layer of dust on the first landing site is surprisingly high,” said Klaus Seidensticker from the DLR Institute of Planetary Research, lead scientist on the SESAME instrument package, which was expected to study the comet’s composition and electrical, structural and mechanical characteristics.

While officials said Monday it was clear the drill worked, they could not say whether it gathered samples and deposited them in the lander’s instruments.
One of Philae’s sample analysis sensors — named COSAC — did collect data in “sniff” mode and detected organic molecules, presumably outgassing just above the comet’s surface.

SD2 principal investigator Amalia Finzi has reported that the drill was deployed as planned, extending 46.9 cm below the balcony of the lander and 56.0 cm from its reference point.

Although the ovens worked correctly, the scientists do not yet know how much – if any – material was actually delivered to the ovens by SD2, or whether the instruments sampled dust or gas that entered the chamber during the touchdown.
Because Philae was not anchored to the comet surface, it is also possible that, if the drill touched a particularly hard surface material, it moved the lander instead of drilling into the surface. Furthermore, the SD2 instrument lacks dedicated sensors to determine whether or not the surface has been reached, whether a sample was then collected in the sample tube, or if it was then discharged into the oven.

The lander also drilled into the comet’s surface in its hunt for organic molecules, but the latest results indicate that no soil was collected from the surface. So we only have data from what COSAC sniffed.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/scientists-discover-life-forming-organic-molecules-on-a-comet-2014-11

 

This concludes the update today.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/News/Space-agency-says-Philae-completes-primary-mission_17953893

http://www.meteoweb.eu/2014/11/la-sonda-rosetta-atterra-sulla-sua-cometa-le-immagini-in-diretta-streaming-video-live/348871/


https://www.facebook.com/AstroPratica/photos/a.1513091222264504.1073741828.1511104912463135/1523865781187048/?type=1

14 June 2015
Lander Philae wakes up from hibernation
The first signals were received at ESA’s European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt at 22:28 on 13 June.
Philae has an operating temperature of -35ºC and has 24 Watts available.
The scientists are waiting for more than 8000 data packets stored in Philae’s mass memory.

http://blogs.channel4.com/tom-clarke-on-science/philaes-long-sleep-planned/1862

Rosetta Spacecraft’s landing on comet

Rosetta

Update for Nov. 12 at 10:14 a.m. EST (1514 GMT): Rosetta and Philae have sent back their first images since the two spacecraft seaparted earlier today. Newest: 1st Comet Approach Photos from European Spacecraft The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission will land on a comet on Nov. 12, with ESA, NASA and the Slooh Community providing a series of webcasts. (See our Full Coverage of comet landing.) Rosetta’s Philae lander is expected to reach Comet 67P at 10:35 a.m. ET (1535 GMT), with landing confirmation reaching Earth at 11:03 a.m. ET (1603 GMT). Now Showing: Live views of Rosetta mission control. Follow it live below, and see ESA’s full webcast schedule here: http://www.esa.int/esatv/Television :


http://www.meteoweb.eu/2014/11/la-sonda-rosetta-atterra-sulla-sua-cometa-le-immagini-in-diretta-streaming-video-live/348871/

http://www.space.com/17933-nasa-television-webcasts-live-space-tv.html

Sinabung, Vesuvius, Bardarbunga: the risks


Why in Europe and all over the word, we have to prepare us to face a volcanic crisis?

Activity has picked up considerably at the volcano during the past days. Several pyroclastic flows (dangerous hot avalanches of fragmented lava and hot gasses) traveled down the SE (and some on the NE) flanks of the volcano, threatening again the closest inhabited areas to the S of Sinabung.

Sinabung eruption:
http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/sinabung/news.html

But the greatest risk for Europe comes form Vesuvius.

Vesuvius is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world — but scientists and the civil authorities can’t agree on how to prepare for a future eruption. “There would be no modern precedent for an evacuation of this magnitude,” says Giuseppe Mastrolorenzo at the Vesuvius Volcano Observatory in Naples. “This is why Vesuvius is the most dangerous volcano in the world.”
Vesuvius risks:
http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110511/full/473140a.html


Volcano‬ Bardarbunga‬: possible evolution scenarios, webcam live streaming.

Drone video:
http://www.mbl.is/frettir/english/2014/10/01/drone_close_up_of_the_eruption/
http://www.ruv.is/frett/another-eruption-if-the-current-one-stops

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/bardarbunga/news/47903/Bardarbunga-volcano-update-Holuhraun-eruption-and-subsidence-of-Bardarbunga-caldera-continue.html

Professor Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson, professor of geophysics at the University of Iceland´s Institute of Earth Sciences and the foremost Icelandic expert on subglacial eruptions outlines the three following scenarios:

1) The eruption at Holuhraun stops and with it the depletion of the magma reservoir of the Bardarbunga system also stops.
2) The eruption at Holuhraun continues as does the depletion with an accompanying subsidence at the Bardarbunga caldera. (As this goes on, the risk of possibility #3 increases, our note).
3) The deflation reaches a critical point where part of the roof of the Bardarbunga caldera collapses which allows water, liquid or in the form of ice, to interact directly with the magmatic main body. (This will lead to a series of very violent explosions which will only stop when either the body of water/ice or the body of magma are exhausted, our note).

http://volcanocafe.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/bardarbunga-holuhraun-update-140910/

http://www.youreporter.it/video_Impressionante_intensificazione_eruzione_nord_Bardarbunga

Volcano Bardarbunga: streaming.

http://www.livefromiceland.is/webcams/bardarbunga-2/

Vulcano Bardarbunga, l’esperto: “il magma è risalito dal mantello”. Le immagini dallo spazio

http://www.meteoweb.eu/2014/09/vulcano-bardarbunga-lesperto-magma-risalito-dal-mantello-immagini-dallo-spazio/319703/

http://volcanocafe.wordpress.com/info-on-bardarbunga/

Poco dopo la mezzanotte di venerdì 29/08/2014 è iniziata una piccola eruzione con emissione di lava e fumo da fratture in prossimità del vulcano.

Il traffico aereo al momento non ha subito ritardi, anche se l’allarme è tornato al livello rosso. Nei prossimi giorni ci si può aspettare un peggioramento a causa dei venti che potrebbero spingere la nube di ceneri verso sud, sull’oceano atlantico.

A livello locale il maggior rischio è costituito dai ghiacci che ricoprono il vulcano che potrebbero sciogliersi a causa dell’eruzione provocando allagamenti.
http://www.businessinsider.com/icelandic-bardarbunga-volcano-erupts-2014-8

Nel caso si verificasse lo scenario N° 3. Il problema è serio anche per quanto riguarda il clima, se la quantità di ceneri immesse in atmosfera fosse davvero abbondante, potrebbe influenzare il clima di tutta l’Europa provocando una piccola era glaciale nei prossimi anni. I danni economici, soprattutto per l’agricoltura sarebbero enormi.

Scotland‬’s ‪referendum‬ 2014.

https://www.scotreferendum.com/2014/08/last-parliament-speech-before-referendum/


Scotland‬’s ‪referendum‬ 2014: have we to support Scotland independence? I say YES. It should be a good thing for all the Europe and for democracy! The interests of the City and English finance cannot coincide with those of the people that are job, health and welfare, for this independence is essential. You can leave a comment here.


Here is the last parliament speech.

I am proud to have just made the last speech in the last debate in the Scottish Parliament’s chamber before our historic referendum.
But the overwhelming sense of Scotland as she stands now is how much of this debate is not in the chamber, or amongst political parties, or activists or the “usual suspects”.
The overwhelming sense I have – having been across Scotland – is how engaged in the arguments and debates so many of our fellow citizens are.
And – contrary to the wilder reports in the media – how well informed, reasonable and civilised this debate is. I am also extremely proud of that, and of our country.
But today I have taken the last opportunity to emphasise the key points in favour of independence to my parliamentary colleagues.
In essence this whole debate can be boiled down to a simple question of “who decides?”. To borrow the words of Canon Kenyon Wright as reported in the Scotsman: “Where should the final word over Scotland be – in Westminster or in Scotland?”
Take the NHS.
Of course the management of the NHS is fully devolved to Scotland. That has allowed us to avoid the privatisation and constant reorganisation of management of the NHS that UK Governments have pursued in England.
Instead the NHS in Scotland has been run in line with priorities of the people of Scotland and the needs of a nation of 5 million people.
That demonstrates the advantages of self-government. Of making decisions in Scotland for Scotland in accordance with Scottish needs and wishes.
But we do not control our resources. We hand our money to the Treasury. And it decides how much we have to fund our NHS and our other public services – we have no say.
That is why protecting the NHS as a fundamental reason for independence. So that cuts from Westminster don’t damage our NHS and instead we have the opportunity to decide for ourselves the resources we give to the NHS and other public services.
As for health so for welfare. We are currently in the ludicrous position of having to use our limited block grant to mitigate the effects of the ‘Bedroom Tax’ and other UK welfare reforms.
Who decides? The DWP. The Treasury. We are left trying repair the damage these decisions wreak in our communities.
It would clearly, unanswerably be better for us to make decisions about welfare here in Scotland in the first place and to control our resources. That would give us the opportunity to shape the welfare system we want and need.
As for welfare so for our economy.
Again it would clearly, unanswerably be better for us to have the opportunities of control of our own resources to plan and invest in our economy in line with our national priorities and strengths. Not to rely on the Secretary of State for Scotland winning a bureaucratic battle within Whitehall to secure back some of our own money.
And as for the economy so for immigration, or retaining our taxes to invest in childcare, or our representation in EU farming negotiations.
In all these areas we are currently dependent on decisions made elsewhere. With independence we will have opportunities: to reinvest in transformational childcare; to encourage talented migrants to say here and to provide opportunities for Scottish young people to remain; to argue Scotland’s case directly in Brussels.
And let’s be clear that none – not one – of the proposals for further devolution from the other parties will improve this position.
They show no ambition, no sense of the powers the people of Scotland want for us here.
They do not provide the opportunities we need to grow our economy or preserve our welfare system.
We believe in independence – that decisions about Scotland should be made in Scotland – for two simple reasons.
First, that is right and democratically proper. Second, no one is better placed to take advantage of the opportunities for our country.
We do not – and never have – claim that we will get every decision right, or that independence is a magic wand. But we have the talent, the resources, and the incentive to do a better job than anyone else.
Before the final weeks of this historic campaign, let me end on a note of consensus.
I believe that we can confidently expect three things after a vote for independence.
First, that this Parliament will come together to argue the case for the interests of Scotland. We might not agree on every detail of the best settlement for our country, but we will work together as we take this next step on our national journey.
Second, that the negotiations between Scotland, the rest of the UK – and others such as the EU – will be timely and constructive leading to two friendly and viable states.
A moment’s thought tells us that this is in the interests of all concerned. Both governments will want to help citizens and businesses across the UK navigate the path to a new constitutional future as easily as possible.
Third, that an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK will be the closest of friends and neighbours. Once the rhetoric of the campaign has faded the enduring bonds of family, history, geography and common interest will remain. As nations and individuals we will be as close as we are today.
The next time we meet in Parliament, Scotland will have taken its historic decision. When we return I am sure we will all work together for the good of our country – whatever the outcome.
And I am convinced the opportunities of independence will win the day and Scotland will be on its journey to independence.


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