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(The New York Times)   Russia comes to the defense of the Syrian government, says U.N. chemical report on the attacks is a bunch of hooey   ( ) divider line 3
    More: Interesting, Syrians, Russia, hooey, poison gas, Secretary of State John Kerry, Sergey V. Lavrov  
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2013-09-19 12:07:34 AM  
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cptjeff: They lied when they asserted that it's still an open question of whether the regime ordered the attacks. It's not. We have the evidence, both from public and non-public sources, both from UN data and US data.

Oh captain my captain have you seen the US data you like to talk about? That was the link I was asking for not news reports that it exist somewhere. I'll leave it at that and I'm not responding anymore for tonight.

max_pooper: Israel has nuclear weapons as a defensive deferent. Iran's stated mission is to destroy Isreal.

Which one of those country's positions is destabilizing?

All a mater of perspective isn't it.
/Again I really am done with this thread the Nationalism is a bit thick here..
2013-09-18 10:40:38 PM  
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enemy of the state: As regards trajectories, I have a PhD in physics and know a bit about the sorts of craters meteors make under different circumstances and I greatly doubt that you could calculate a missile trajectory with any reliability based on a hole in the ground.

And here I was worried that a limited military strike on Syria would be a waste of money. Whoever negotiated your student loan, makes it look downright frugal.
2013-09-18 06:24:42 PM  
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sign_of_Zeta: Apik0r0s: Almost Everybody Poops: And of course, there's the evidence that two of the rockets' trajectory points straight back to a Syrian Republican National Guard base that was already assumed to contain CW.

Really? Is the rocket's trajectory still stuck there in the sky like a rainbow?

Based on the impact crater, you can determine information about where the projectile came from.  Physics is our friend.

Physics have a well-known pro-Obama bias
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