## [ Politics ] Open question: Is Fox News really "fair and balanced"?

[Politics] Open question: Is Fox News really "fair and balanced"?

## 11,000 scientists issued a statement last week calling for a weather emergency, Fox news did not report. Is this why studies show fox watching?

Yes, it seems suspicious to me that they literally link you with everything, but this document that was written and signed by an 11000 scientist …….. But you know I went to college and studied this shit and I'm not worried and you know what I know about everything they taught me, the industries, the community and the credible sources.

Edit: I checked the link separately, there is nothing that really links to what they are signing. I mean, why is a neuroscientist something that should be considered worthy of opinion about the climate emergency, even if it is actually linked to what the * 4 article writers * wrote? Even one of the signatures was from a graduate, so not even a scientist. Jesus Christ, this is a disaster.

Edit: I looked through the signatures again, there are many teachers. You only need a master's degree to be a teacher, but you need a doctorate to be a scientist and have already used a graduate, so not a scientist, how many of these professors are scientists or not? Why is your profession more important than clarifying your qualification if you are really signing what the * four * boys are claiming? Look at the list of signatures, there is nothing that links them to anything they are really signing. the only thing that links it is the upper line inserted "for the article" no "from etc.". so they are not even giving you the original source of what these people are signing.

Edit: **** I couldn't concentrate enough to count how many PhD students signed, but there were lots. Which means they have not completed a doctorate, that is, they are not scientists. They even included laboratory technicians who are licensed, not doctors or scientists.

So up to 11,000 scientists signed and many are not scientists and many are not verified if they are scientists or not. yes credible **** me. what a mess.

Edit: In fact, I had to Google that **** to get the bioscience article that ** includes a separate link to these signatures that aren't really linked to anything.

Edit: I'm sorry, I miss telling there are 4 authors for this, but there was a lot of **** to read, so sorry.

Edit: the more I look at the list, it worsens. 11000 scientists sign is simply a lie. There is no real link to what they are signing too. If you are willing to lie directly about that and do not clarify the link, you are simply not a legitimate man.

Edit: Oh, you have a survey to quote, yes, that's totally final. You know I'll tell you the real shit. Each news source has its own bias and personal interest, so it is important to understand how to see if a new source in particular is credible or not. Choosing one medium of news over another will not prevent you from seeing a lot of biases and personal agenda junk.

## [ Politics ] Open question: Did you know that people who see nothing but Fox really think that Republicans "won" the first political trial hearing?

[Politics] Open question: Did you know that people who see nothing but Fox really think that Republicans "won" the first political trial hearing?

## [ Politics ] Open question: Did I block Fox News on my mom's TV and she is angry?

How long until brainwashing disappears? .

## [ Politics ] Open question: Fox calls Greta "mentally ill." Who is really mentally ill, Greta or Trump?

[Politics] Open question: Fox calls Greta "mentally ill." Who is really mentally ill, Greta or Trump? .

## Algorithms – Generating all possible permutations in the problem of fox, goose and beans

I learned the theory of graphics and I am using it to solve the classic puzzle of fox, goose and bean bag. If we consider that there are three locations for each of the foxes (X), geese (G), farmers (F) and beans (B) (near the river, in the boat, on the other side of the river), and there are Four characters, therefore, there are 4 ^ 3 = 81 combinations.
Two of these combinations would be

``````(Near)    (Boat)    (Far)
F,G,B,X     -         -

(Near)    (Boat)    (Far)
B,X        F,G        -
``````

… for the initial state and the state in which the farmer and the goose have entered the boat, respectively.

I want to generate all these states programmatically (in C ++, but that's beyond the point), but I just can't understand how to do it. (I know that some of these 81 possible states will not be valid (for example, with all the characters in the boat at the same time), but I can search and delete them later.)

I know the binary well and how I get 81 combinations, and I know that using C ++ I could generate all the combinations of the characters F, G, X, B, but I still can't understand how to add the three "locations" in this.

EDIT:

OK, can the voter explain how "this question does not show any research effort, is it unclear or not useful"? Do you want me to list everything I've tried and every search I've done?

(And yes, I searched for many solutions before posting here).

## [ Politics ] Open question: Are you the dumbest taxpayer of Tomi Lahren Fox? How did you get your job?

[Policy] Open question: Are you the dumbest taxpayer of Tomi Lahren Fox? How did you get your job? .

## General Topology – The fundamental group of the "Introduction to Knot Theory" circle, Ralph H. Fox (1 & # 39;)

The book says at the beginning of discussing this title:

"Let the field of real numbers be denoted by R and the substitution of integers by $$J$$. We denote the additive subgroup consisting of all integers that are multiples of 3 times $$3J$$. The circle, whose fundamental group we propose to calculate, can be considered as the group of factors $$R / 3J$$ with the identification topology, that is, the largest topology such that canonical homomorphism $$phi: R rightarrow R / 3J$$ It is a continuous mapping. A good way to imagine the situation is to consider $$R / 3J$$ as a circle of circumference 3 mounted like a wheel on the real line $$R$$ so you can roll freely from side to side without skidding. the possible points of tangency determine the $$many-one$$ correspondence $$phi$$"

And then the book began to try the following:

The image below $$phi$$ of any open subset of $$R$$ it is an open subset of $$R / 3$$ (5.2)

And the test is given below:

My question:

I do not understand why $$phi ^ {- 1} phi (X)$$ is given by this form, could someone please explain this to me?

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## [ Media & Journalism ] Open question: Why do people hate Fox News?

[ Media & Journalism ] Open question: Why do people hate Fox News? .