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Bonded by war. United by hope. See the X-Men face their greatest challenge together in X-Men: Days of Future Past.

The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future.

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1 Kragar  Apr 23, 2014 6:05:55pm

Looks somewhat intriguing, not sure if I’ll see it in the theater though

2 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 6:06:55pm

Continuing on from downstairs, of men whose days are of future past, Rand Paul demonstrates his ability for fallacious arguments:

Youtube Video

Also, this is hardly a revelation, there is a great deal of just wrong with this whole setup (of Axelrod and the UChi).

In order to believe in their own importance, people like Axelrod and the UChi big whigs will gladly entertain fools like Paul, just to be “in” and part of the conversation.

If they want to bring Paul in to speak, then challenge him when he says things that are not supportable.

Axelrod represents what I find so deplorable about the current Democratic Party but he is hardly the worse offender. The unwillingness to not be liked is not a strength, when it comes to accomplishing the greater good. It’s a tough line to walk, but being confrontational is required when dealing with the likes of Paul.

3 Belafon  Apr 23, 2014 6:09:43pm

re: #1 Kragar

It would be better if Marvel owned the rights to make movies off of all of their characters (they can’t even use the word mutant in their movies) but this looks like another good one. I think Marvel Studios will tend to make most of the other superhero movies better.

4 Kragar  Apr 23, 2014 6:11:38pm

I actually think the new Tom Cruise movie looks pretty good

Youtube Video

5 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 6:13:36pm

Considering that, for me, Days of Future Past was the defining X-men story back in the day when I read every issue (even better than the Dark Phoenix Saga), I view this movie with a certain dread. It’s hard to take the stories out of the books and put them on the screen and have it still be that story. Look what they did to elements of Dark Phoenix and “God Loves; Man Kills” in X-Men 2 & 3 after all…

Still, it’s the only superhero movie I’m actually waiting for now that Winter Soldier is out.

6 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 6:14:25pm

The WaPo editors play their hand openly:

Keystone XL’s continued delay is absurd

[…]

The administration’s latest decision is not responsible; it is embarrassing. The United States continues to insult its Canadian allies by holding up what should have been a routine permitting decision amid a funhouse-mirror environmental debate that got way out of hand. The president should end this national psychodrama now, bow to reason, approve the pipeline and go do something more productive for the climate.

7 Charles Johnson  Apr 23, 2014 6:23:58pm
8 Killgore Trout  Apr 23, 2014 6:25:57pm

re: #6 freetoken

The WaPo editors play their hand openly:

Keystone XL’s continued delay is absurd

Dkos is excited because MSNBC and Rolling stone are reporting whispers that that Obama has already decided to cancel the pipeline.

9 RealityBasedSteve  Apr 23, 2014 6:27:23pm

re: #7 Charles Johnson

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Charles, you are, as the RWNJ’s like to say about Palin and the “LSM”, you are “Living Rent Free in Greenwald’s Head”. I’m sure that there is plenty of extra room up there, being as he seems to be overly encumbered by deep thoughts.

RBS

11 Romantic Heretic  Apr 23, 2014 6:32:19pm

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

12 EPR-radar  Apr 23, 2014 6:34:16pm

re: #11 Romantic Heretic

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

I think what bothered me the most about the Sentinels was the near-certainty that in a world with mutant powers, Sentinels or worse would be built. Depressing.

13 Killgore Trout  Apr 23, 2014 6:37:30pm

Probably not going to do much good but it’s worth a try….
Police make Syria appeal to UK Muslim women

“We want to ensure that people, particularly women, who are concerned about their loved ones are given enough information about what they can do to prevent this from happening.

“We want to increase their confidence in the police and partners to encourage them to come forward so that we can intervene and help.

“This is not about criminalising people it is about preventing tragedies. We want to inform those who wish to genuinely help the Syrian cause how they can do so safely and legally.”

The new strategy includes leaflets to be handed out at ports which spell out the potentially fatal consequences of going to Syria.

Unfortunately there are already “charities” working to deliver fighters to the battle field

The government has also urged Muslim communities to stop sending charity convoys to the region, asking them to work with major aid organisations with experience of war zones.

The Charity Commission is investigating at least two organisations amid fears that aid convoys have been used to funnel fighters and resources to jihadist rebels.

14 BongCrodny  Apr 23, 2014 6:38:26pm

re: #11 Romantic Heretic

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

Cyberdyne Systems?

15 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 6:39:52pm

re: #12 EPR-radar

I think what bothered me the most about the Sentinels was the near-certainty that in a world with mutant powers, Sentinels or worse would be built. Depressing.

Of course. Remember what “mutants” is an analog for and how we’ve done just that throughout history.

16 dog philosopher  Apr 23, 2014 6:45:05pm

re: #11 Romantic Heretic

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

is this another discussion about reagan’s ‘star wars’ proposal?

17 Charles Johnson  Apr 23, 2014 6:46:32pm

The crafty honey badger will not be confined.

Youtube Video

18 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 6:46:48pm

Speaking of human evolution, PNAS has a new paper that proposes the best solution to matching genetic and morphological data with the past is two major pulses of OOA migration for modern humans:

Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Africa and a southern route into Asia

Significance

Current consensus indicates that modern humans originated from an ancestral African population between 𢏁00-200 ka. The ensuing dispersal pattern is controversial, yet has important implications for the demographic history and genetic/phenotypic structure of extant human populations. We test for the first time to our knowledge the spatiotemporal dimensions of competing out-of-Africa dispersal models, analyzing in parallel genomic and craniometric data. Our results support an initial dispersal into Asia by a southern route beginning as early as 𢏁30 ka and a later dispersal into northern Eurasia by 𢏅0 ka. Our findings indicate that African Pleistocene population structure may account for observed plesiomorphic genetic/phenotypic patterns in extant Australians and Melanesians. They point to an earlier out-of-Africa dispersal than previously hypothesized.

Abstract
Despite broad consensus on Africa as the main place of origin for anatomically modern humans, their dispersal pattern out of the continent continues to be intensely debated. In extant human populations, the observation of decreasing genetic and phenotypic diversity at increasing distances from sub-Saharan Africa has been interpreted as evidence for a single dispersal, accompanied by a series of founder effects. In such a scenario, modern human genetic and phenotypic variation was primarily generated through successive population bottlenecks and drift during a rapid worldwide expansion out of Africa in the Late Pleistocene. However, recent genetic studies, as well as accumulating archaeological and paleoanthropological evidence, challenge this parsimonious model. They suggest instead a “southern route” dispersal into Asia as early as the late Middle Pleistocene, followed by a separate dispersal into northern Eurasia. Here we test these competing out-of-Africa scenarios by modeling hypothetical geographical migration routes and assessing their correlation with neutral population differentiation, as measured by genetic polymorphisms and cranial shape variables of modern human populations from Africa and Asia. We show that both lines of evidence support a multiple-dispersals model in which Australo-Melanesian populations are relatively isolated descendants of an early dispersal, whereas other Asian populations are descended from, or highly admixed with, members of a subsequent migration event.

The abstract doesn’t mention it, but the first pulse would have hung out on or around the Arabian peninsula for many thousands of years, before moving east to India, and then later some of them moving all the way to Australia.

The article at ScienceDaily:

First Eurasians left Africa up to 130,000 years ago

includes this graphic:

During the time of the second exodus out of Africa there was probably some back-migration into East Africa, taking with it some Neanderthal DNA from then recent inter-breeding in SW Asia.

Mongrels, all of us.

Combine this with the recent discovery that the paleness of Europeans is a very recent phenomenon (likely driven by sexual selection) in modern human evolution, with the discovery of the circa 25k-20k common ancestors in central Asia of both east Asians, Native Americans, which also influenced European gene pool … and we see just how wrong “racial” divisions of old are, as far as dividing up people today.

19 Lidane  Apr 23, 2014 6:47:03pm

re: #11 Romantic Heretic

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

It happens in DC Comics too. The Guardians of Oa (the little blue dudes that created the Green Lanterns) first gave the power of policing the universe to an android army (the Manhunters). It didn’t go so well.

20 RealityBasedSteve  Apr 23, 2014 6:52:00pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

ROFL. The Honey Badger won’t be denied.

RBS

21 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 6:52:36pm

Meanwhile, down in NC:

After two debates, GOP Senate candidates still sound a lot alike

Doubling down, the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate on Wednesday continued to take hardline positions on climate change and immigration, even as they struggled to differentiate themselves in their second debate in as many days.

The candidates argued that climate change is not real, touching a hot button issue from the debate the previous night and disputing what an overwhelming majority of scientists believe is already happening.

Thom Tillis called it “false science.” Heather Grant called climate “cyclical.” Mark Harris said the federal government should not address it. And Greg Brannon said human beings are not a factor in global warming. “The literature is so clear on this,” said Brannon, a Cary obstetrician and tea party candidate.

[…]

22 CuriousLurker  Apr 23, 2014 6:54:36pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

The crafty honey badger will not be confined.

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Wow! I had no idea they were that clever.

23 FemNaziBitch  Apr 23, 2014 6:55:35pm

Photoshop finished, t-shirt and dog tags ordered for this years MS Walk. All those walking with Team Oscar will be sporting this kewl design on t-shirts and all dogs walking will have a matching dog tag!

24 FemNaziBitch  Apr 23, 2014 6:56:59pm

re: #18 freetoken

Everyone goes to Australia?

25 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 6:59:31pm

re: #18 freetoken

Speaking of human evolution, PNAS has a new paper that proposes the best solution to matching genetic and morphological data with the past is two major pulses of OOA migration for modern humans:

Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Africa and a southern route into Asia

The abstract doesn’t mention it, but the first pulse would have hung out on or around the Arabian peninsula for many thousands of years, before moving east to India, and then later some of them moving all the way to Australia.

The article at ScienceDaily:

First Eurasians left Africa up to 130,000 years ago

includes this graphic:

[Embedded image]

During the time of the second exodus out of Africa there was probably some back-migration into East Africa, taking with it some Neanderthal DNA from then recent inter-breeding in SW Asia.

Mongrels, all of us.

Combine this with the recent discovery that the paleness of Europeans is a very recent phenomenon (likely driven by sexual selection) in modern human evolution, with the discovery of the circa 25k-20k common ancestors in central Asia of both east Asians, Native Americans, which also influenced European gene pool … and we see just how wrong “racial” divisions of old are, as far as dividing up people today.

Oh, heck. If only they’d published this paper during my evolution class that ended in March. Wonder how much they charge for a single paper…

26 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 7:01:27pm

re: #24 FemNaziBitch

Everyone goes to Australia?

Tourism Australia would hope so.

27 CuriousLurker  Apr 23, 2014 7:02:10pm

re: #17 Charles Johnson

The crafty honey badger will not be confined.

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Found the full version, if anyone’s interested. Later, lizards.

Youtube Video

28 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 7:02:23pm

re: #25 William Barnett-Lewis

Wonder how much they charge for a single paper…

Too much. You could probably contact the author and get a preprint.

29 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 7:03:40pm

re: #25 William Barnett-Lewis

$10? Oh hell yeah. Print that baby… ;)

30 Stanley Sea  Apr 23, 2014 7:07:02pm

I just read Jim Wright’s Stonekettle Station post - posted in last thread (much thanks to the poster!)

Brilliant, succinct and uproarious writing. A long MUST READ.

stonekettle.com

I’ll say brilliant again.

31 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 7:07:40pm

re: #28 freetoken

Nope, 2 days access to the pdf version for $10. I grabbed that puppy.

I think some of the journals are learning how to be semi-sane.

Now I need to check my prof’s blog and see if he’s posted anything on it yet.

johnhawks.net - great place if you’re into this stuff.

32 freetoken  Apr 23, 2014 7:09:07pm

re: #31 William Barnett-Lewis

I think $10 is too much, especially given that PNAS is published by the National Academies, for which taxpayers in the US already paid.

33 FemNaziBitch  Apr 23, 2014 7:09:12pm

34 FemNaziBitch  Apr 23, 2014 7:10:11pm

Allergies still have me with Dorothy in the poppy fields.

geez

35 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 7:12:25pm

re: #32 freetoken

I think $10 is too much, especially given that PNAS is published by the National Academies, for which taxpayers in the US already paid.

Compared to not getting any access - the usual reality for non academics in the US - I consider that acceptable. Would I prefer less? Sure. But I can afford that, save the PDF to hard drive & print a hard copy for about the cost of 2 issues of a crappy popular magazine (discover, etc) and actually learn something. Libraries here in flyover can’t afford the real journals so I buy these when I have to. It’s better than not having them at all.

36 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 7:20:20pm

37 jaunte  Apr 23, 2014 7:21:09pm

re: #36 Gus

That wild animal really pulls the room together.

38 FemNaziBitch  Apr 23, 2014 7:21:14pm

re: #36 Gus

What is with the guys head showing above he guys head?

The ladies hat is weird too!

39 Stanley Sea  Apr 23, 2014 7:22:51pm

re: #23 FemNaziBitch

Photoshop finished, t-shirt and dog tags ordered for this years MS Walk. All those walking with Team Oscar will be sporting this kewl design on t-shirts and all dogs walking will have a matching dog tag!

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Is that brat puppy?

40 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 7:27:53pm

re: #38 FemNaziBitch

What is with the guys head showing above he guys head?

The ladies hat is weird too!

Dunno.

41 jaunte  Apr 23, 2014 7:30:22pm
42 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 7:32:25pm
43 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 7:33:29pm

44 Randall Gross  Apr 23, 2014 7:37:11pm

re: #11 Romantic Heretic

I’ve always found the Sentinels the most frightening and angering of all the X-Men’s foes. What sort of moron gives the power to decide who lives and dies to God damned machines?

South Korea?
singularityhub.com

45 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 7:37:37pm
46 kirkspencer  Apr 23, 2014 7:45:07pm

re: #38 FemNaziBitch

What is with the guys head showing above he guys head?

The ladies hat is weird too!

Interpreter (edited to add - I’d guess. That or aides). Look close you’ll see one behind the president as well (silhouetting to the left of the president).

What really caught my attention was the position of the empress. Kind of shifted to the periphery of the conversation.

47 goddamnedfrank  Apr 23, 2014 8:02:36pm

That Trump portrait looks exactly like the kind of thing Berkley Breathed would have tossed into the background of a Bloom County / Outland panel.

Art / Life

48 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 8:08:24pm

re: #47 goddamnedfrank

That Trump portrait looks exactly like the kind of thing Berkley Breathed would have tossed into the background of a Bloom County / Outland panel.

Art / Life

Just in case… I Photoshopped that.

49 Killgore Trout  Apr 23, 2014 8:21:27pm

interesting
F.B.I. Informant Is Tied to Cyberattacks Abroad

The details of the 2012 episode have, until now, been kept largely a secret in closed sessions of a federal court in New York and heavily redacted documents. While the documents do not indicate whether the F.B.I. directly ordered the attacks, they suggest that the government may have used hackers to gather intelligence overseas even as investigators were trying to dismantle hacking groups like Anonymous and send computer activists away for lengthy prison terms.

50 Killgore Trout  Apr 23, 2014 8:28:02pm
“The F.B.I. took advantage of hackers who wanted to help support the Syrian people against the Assad regime, who instead unwittingly provided the U.S. government access to Syrian systems,” the statement said.

It also illustrates how easily these idiots are manipulated. If we’re doing it I think it’s a safe bet other governments are doing it too.

51 Lidane  Apr 23, 2014 8:33:45pm

re: #21 freetoken

Meanwhile, down in NC:

After two debates, GOP Senate candidates still sound a lot alike

Same thing here in Texas. They had a billion debates on the GOP side for their primaries and all the candidates sounded identical. There wasn’t a dime’s worth of difference between them. It just came down to name recognition in the end.

52 GeneJockey  Apr 23, 2014 8:41:12pm

Ya know, when you tell a minion “You’ve done everything you need to do”, it would be nice if that minion would understand you mean to LEAVE IT THE HELL ALONE!!!

53 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 8:41:55pm

Youtube Video

▶ President Obama Holds a Joint Press Conference with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - YouTube

54 Kragar  Apr 23, 2014 8:49:20pm
55 andres  Apr 23, 2014 8:49:56pm

re: #4 Kragar

I actually think the new Tom Cruise movie looks pretty good

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Larger

I’ll have to say, Tom Cruise can certainly surprise. Oblivion was an excellent movie. This one seems in the same calibre.

56 Stanley Sea  Apr 23, 2014 8:50:15pm

Everest 2014 is basically cancelled.

Sherpa’s said no way.

peakfreaks8000.blogspot.com

alanarnette.com

57 Kragar  Apr 23, 2014 8:50:52pm

re: #55 andres

I’ll have to say, Tom Cruise can certainly surprise. Oblivion was an excellent movie. This one seems in the same calibre.

I skipped Oblivion, just didn’t interest me. I’ll probably check it out if it ever gets on Netflix though.

58 Gus  Apr 23, 2014 8:52:33pm

re: #54 Kragar

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“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro,” he said. Mr. Bundy recalled driving past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas, “and in front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there is always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch — they didn’t have nothing to do. They didn’t have nothing for their kids to do. They didn’t have nothing for their young girls to do.

“And because they were basically on government subsidy, so now what do they do?” he asked. “They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.”

59 jaunte  Apr 23, 2014 8:53:10pm

re: #54 Kragar

60 jaunte  Apr 23, 2014 8:53:46pm

Time passes slow out on the desert.

61 Mattand  Apr 23, 2014 8:54:57pm

*Sigh*

Just had a family member present “without comment” a video Rep. Joe Barton throwing a hissy fit about hidden code in the healthcare.gov webiste, that supposedly threatens your privacy or murders babies or something.

For point of reference, this particular family member works for the feds and was out of work for weeks during the shutdown. Who does she blame? Everyone, of course!

Your “independent” voter, ladies and gentlemen…

62 GeneJockey  Apr 23, 2014 8:58:14pm

re: #54 Kragar

[Embedded content]

Quelle surprise.

63 andres  Apr 23, 2014 8:58:30pm

re: #57 Kragar

I skipped Oblivion, just didn’t interest me. I’ll probably check it out if it ever gets on Netflix though.

I found it interesting. The trailer doesn’t give much of the plot1, and I wasn’t interested enough to run see it on the first day. It’s very intriguing once the real plot starts and they tie everything2.

1. That was a small mercy. Most trailers these days give the twists.
2. And I mean even the small details.

64 William Barnett-Lewis  Apr 23, 2014 9:02:29pm

re: #56 Stanley Sea

Everest 2014 is basically cancelled.

Sherpa’s said no way.

peakfreaks8000.blogspot.com

alanarnette.com

This is a very good thing.

65 Stanley Sea  Apr 23, 2014 9:16:06pm

re: #56 Stanley Sea

Everest 2014 is basically cancelled.

Sherpa’s said no way.

peakfreaks8000.blogspot.com

alanarnette.com

What I am seeing here is exactly why we no longer climb on adjacent Ama Dablam 6856m and later Mount Pumori at 7145. We no longer climb those mountains due to global warming, the ice is melting, the glue that holds them together.


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