The Observer view on North Korea and the role of the UN | Observer editorial

Trump’s rhetoric is a danger to the world. Higher authorities must act Barely a day passes without a reminder of Donald Trump’s unfitness for America’s highest office. The president’s performance during the past week has plumbed new depths of irrationality and ineptitude, even by the low standards he has set since January. Trump’s random, splenetic threats of unlimited military action against North Korea and now, bizarrely, against Venezuela , have exacerbated an already dangerous situation in east Asia. They have raised the real prospect of war, either by design or miscalculation . 13-08-17
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The Observer view on North Korea and the role of the UN | Observer editorial
Trump’s rhetoric is a danger to the world. Higher authorities must act Barely a day passes without a reminder of Donald Trump’s unfitness for America’s highest office. The president’s performance during the past week has plumbed new depths of irrationality and ineptitude, even by the low standards he has set since January. Trump’s random, splenetic threats of unlimited military action against North Korea and now, bizarrely, against Venezuela , have exacerbated an already dangerous situation in east Asia. They have raised the real prospect of war, either by design or miscalculation .
I have friend but all the time is doing some thing, when that friend is kind plus this manner, what I am going to do you just tell, with it? just observer his/her weakness search the solution about his/her weakness about to tell him/his make u r personalty to his/her answer ,, but don't took about weakness after some time his observer u ,, they will give u same important ,, ok
What's the scientific answer for 'If a tree falls in the forest, and nobody is there, does it make a sound?'? Yes, sound does travel in the medium even if nobody is there to listen to it, but this is not a real physical question, it's more philosophical about the role and the definition of "observer" I guess.
Is the phrase "outside spectator" redundant? Possibly, but I have a feeling that I know what the writer wanted to say. And actually I would use the word "observer". A "spectator" is a fairly specific word naming a person at a sports match or similar visual; spectacle. A person using "spectator" as a general word is probably not a native user of English. An "outside observer" is a person who has no emotional attachment to the process he/she is observing. That might apply to a scientist.
What do you think of this guys christian proof of god? "Scientist (sic) now believe in quantum physics , where they understand that there has to be some "Intelligent Ultimate Observer"who is manipulating all matter . Great, except that to "manipulate all matter" this "Intelligent Ultimate Observer" would perforce have to personally supervise every single quantum transition in the universe, now and forever! So OK, suppose he CAN do that? How the hell can he STILL find the time to watch you having a sly swift one off the wrist? It makes no sense!
As you hurtle across the Universe at the speed of light you turn on a flashlight and point it in front of you; what happens to that light? From a thought experiment perspective, let’s add a couple of things: you also have a clock, and a meter stick pointed in the direction you’re traveling, and you’re passing an observer that provides a “rest” frame. From your perspective, the light streams from the flashlight at the speed of light, you see a one meter long stick, and a clock that is ticking normally. The “rest” observer sees this: the light never leaves the flashlight (because they’re both moving at the speed of light), the clock is at a standstill. The reason for this is that per the special theory of relativity, light ALWAYS travels at the speed of light in any non-accelerated reference frame. Since both you and the observer are not accelerated, and you’re both looking at the SAME light, what happens is that lengths contract and time dilates to make it so that light is observed to be moving at the speed of light in both frames simultaneously. If that seems counterintuitive, it is, but it’s how the universe works.
A star of Right Ascension 6 hours is crossing the meridian. What is the sidereal time? You are very confused. Right ascension is is in degrees, not hours., hour angles go in the opposite direction to right ascension degrees.. Sidereal time, IS 0 hours. when ANYTHING is on the meridian. You are VERY confused. ",,,Relation with the right ascension[edit] The local hour angle (LHA) of an object in the observer's sky is {\displaystyle {\text{LHA}}_{\text{object}}={\text{LST}}-\alpha _{\text{object}}} {\text{LHA}}_{{{\text{object}}}}={{\text{LST}}}-\alpha _{{{\text{object}}}} (If result is negative, add 360 degrees. If result is greater than 360, subtract 360 degrees.) or {\displaystyle {\text{LHA}}_{\text{object}}={\text{GST}}-\lambda _{\text{observer}}-\alpha _{\text{object}}} {\text{LHA}}_{{{\text{object}}}}={{\text{GST}}}-\lambda _{{{\text{observer}}}}-\alpha _{{{\text{object}}}} where LHAobject is the local hour angle of the object, LST is the local sidereal time, {\displaystyle \alpha _{\text{object}}} \alpha _{{{\text{object}}}} is the object's right ascension, GST is Greenwich sidereal time and {\displaystyle \lambda _{\text{observer}}} \lambda _{{{\text{observer}}}} is the observer's longitude (positive west from the prime meridian).[3] These angles can be measured in time (24 hours to a circle) or in degrees (360 degrees to a circle)— one or the other, not both. Negative hour angles indicate the time until the next transit across the meridian; an hour angle of zero means the object is on the meridian...."
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Where might I observe refugees escaping across the North Korea-China or North Korea Russia border illegally? I will try to visit northern China and/or eastern Russia on this trip.I've visited South Korea many times and I'm really interested in the plight of North Koreans trying to flee from the repressive regime in the their country.Which spots on the border are known for escapes? I know I've seen documentaries and news stories on it but don't know if they said where.Actually even if I don't see anybody going for it it would still feel amazing to be at a place where I know people do often attempt this amazing personal challenge to find their freedom.Is there somewhere near Weihai perhaps?
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On a clear night when an observer in Los Angeles sees a first quarter Moon an observer in London would see? That person in London would see a new moon.
After an approaching ambulance passes a stationary observer what does the frequency of the sound of the siren heard by the observer appear to do?
When an observer in Germany sees a first quarter moon an observer half way around the world and south of the equator on the same night would see? Assuming the Moon is above the horizon, the other observer would also see a first quarter moon.
For an observer at the north pole what would the star trails look like? A dome of concentric circles, that appears as straight horizontal lines at the horizon.
When will the sun be observed to rise north of east by an observer in New York state? Every clear morning from roughly March 22 until September 20...
What is the line that passes from north to south through an observer's zenith called?
What would be the altitude of Polaris the North star for an observer located at 64oN latitude? The altitude of polaris for an observer is always the same as your latitude so it would be 64oN
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How is the altitude of the North Celestial Pole above the northern horizon related to the observer's latitude? The altitude of the NCP above the observer's horizon is equal to his north latitude.
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The Doppler effect says that if v0 is greater then vs then an observer will hear a higher pitch in front of source does that mean if vs is greater v0 an observer will hear a higher pitch BEHIND source?
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