The Politcal Side of my roaming mind.
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September 10, 2005 by DPS
2 Number Related Items with Katrina. The first is one observation made by my math teacher on friday. The other is an estimation dealing with a 700 buses statistic.

"Politicians have estimated that 200 x 10^9 dollars will be invested in repairing New Orleans. Let us consider that the population of New Orleans is 500,000,000 or 5 X 10^5. That is 4 x 10^5 dollars per person. Let us be pessimistic and say there are 2 people per household. That means $800,000 people per household. What is the ave...
July 1, 2005 by DPS
[originator=The Register]An extraordinary statement by the US government has sent shockwaves around the internet world and thrown the future of the network into doubt.

In a worrying U-turn, the US Department of Commerce (DoC) has made it clear it intends to retain control of the internet's root servers indefinitely. It was due to relinquish that control in September 2006, when its contract with overseeing body ICANN ended.

The decision - something that people have long feared may happen -...
February 1, 2005 by DPS
Down here in Jersey Acting Governor Dick Codey announced that he will not be running for the governor seat. Richard Cody, who has been governor for 10 weeks in light of Mcgreevy's scandal has said that he does not plan for the position of governor. It seems that the Democratic Nomination will most likely go to Senator Corzine, the rich guy. I personally think that goverenor was trying to be to powerful especially when he was not elected by the people but public approval of him seemed pretty hig...
November 1, 2004 by DPS
The Principles of Democracy A La Carte and it’s Betrayal To the American Dream

Over the course of the last few years America has slipped into a mess in the Middle East, Iraq. It seems that this war is becoming more and more dangerous and less and less rewarding. Sometimes it seems like the only good is giving Iraq a ‘democratic government’. Yet to some it doesn’t really seem much like rewards. It seems that no one has ever asked the true question of whether the Iraqis deserve that government...