Weekly Update: to

by | December 3, 2016

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for to .

[Photo of Maryam Monsef holding up a sheet of paper with the equation for the Gallagher Index of election proportionality on it (which is just a simple least squares regression).]

Yet somehow the Trudeau government manages to approve two pipelines, despite how much more complex pipeline flow equations are.

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2 thoughts on “Weekly Update: to

  1. Randy

    “an indication that Canada is seen as a relatively safe place to store information”

    Anybody who knows their stuff knows that Canada is one of the LAST places you want to store information.

    It was probably a tradeoff between pragmatism and censorship, and they favoured pragmatism.

    In any case, the real solution to preserving culture has nothing to do with centralized storage, and the Archive’s solution is sadly centralized.

  2. Randy

    “frighten them with SCARY MATH!!!1!!11!”

    This reveals the lie that the Liberals are somehow more science-friendly. This quota appointee opposed her own partisans on the committee, and her own party’s election campaign, by complaining about a high-school math formula being too hard. She is an insult to women, an insult to Liberals, and an insult to Canadians.


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