Dee-Lighted Politics
Image by Cornell University Library

(Title)  On the pretext of “security” and “prevent illegal acts” to operate 64 cameras at the new City Hall Thessaloniki recorded all our movements complaints by workers
The dedeomena be stored, resulting in a ghetto work supported by the faction “Democratic Race Cooperation workers the municipality asking “Who is active electronic informers. “No employee will be monitored,” says B. Papageorgopoulos together “There are cameras in the workplace, but in elevators, corridors and outdoor areas for security reasons”

PRINCIPLE PRIVACY has to say about the above KAFRILIKI ;;;


pinch TV

pinch TV ©

Smith-Robinson Campaign Buttons and Lapel Pin, ca. 1918-1928 Politics
Image by Cornell University Library

Despite great strides in our understanding, the average person still does not understand science in the facts or in the practice, and instead fills the void with pseudoscience. This reflects a worldview that values an emphasis on commonly accepted, traditional lore, and a general disinterest in the role of science and reason in our lives. Science is perceived by the media, government, and popular conciousness as something that happens to other people. This is unacceptable. We need to find a way to reach out with reason to the unreasonable, with knowledge to the ignorant, or else we will be unprepared when the moment of crisis finally arrives. There has never been a more important time to value and respect science, technology and reason. Those who value science can not retreat into their academic towers. We are dependent on popular, political support for this effort, and we will never advance to the next stage without overwhelming public momentum. Outreach is essential, and it can start anywhere, and at any level. I have a message and a challenge to all viewers. Do something to raise awareness of the role of science in our society, the importance of reason. Take it as a personal responsibility, or no-one will. Figures are mostly from the 2008 NSF Report on Science and Engineering Indicators. I highly recommend this site. “As the scientific and technical content of modern life grows, citizens increasingly need to be more scientifically literate to make sound public policy Video Rating: 4 / 5

William Henry Harrison Tortoise Shell Hair Comb, ca. 1841 Politics
Image by Cornell University Library