Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Plantas ideales para cercas de patio

  • Jueves, 17 de septiembre de 2015

Tres plantas ideales para cercos 


Los cercos verdes son útiles para cortar vientos, dar 

privacidad o separar espacios. Conocé las plantas 

adecuadas para hacerlos.

Es un arbusto de 4 metros de altura que es ideal para que esté pleno sol o a media 
sombra. Tolera todo tipo de suelos salvo los arcillosos y soporta heladas. Es un 
arbusto muy interesante por sus brotes rojizos en primavera y sus flores blancas 
en racimos que son perennes. Soporta la poda regular, además de ser una planta 
de crecimiento rápido y tupida.
OLEA TEXANA (ligustrum japonicum)
Son arbustos perennes rústicos, fáciles de cultivar que crecen rápido y aceptan 
todo tipo de suelos aunque no encharcados. Sus hojas son verdes oscuras, tiene 
flores blancas y chicas de aroma dulce que aparecen en primavera. Resisten bien 
el trasplante, aunque suelen ser las favoritas de las hormigas. Alcanzan hasta 
4 metros de altura.
LIGUSTRINA (ligustrum)
Es perenne, de atractivo follaje y es una planta muy fácil de cultivar. Es resistente
 al frío y al trasplante aunque es blanco fácil de las hormigas. Se recomienda plantar
 a pleno sol para no perder el color de sus hojas y soporta la poda. Su crecimiento 
es rápido aunque lo hace de forma desordenada.

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Monday, March 20, 2017

The Shocking Truth About Sweden (The White Rose Mirror)

Rh- Negative Blood and Antediluvian Civilizations (Robert Sepehr)

Top 20 best chess engine from 2017

CCRL 40/40
Downloads and Statistics
March 18, 2017
Testing summary:
Total: 698'425 games
played by 1'846 programs
96217 CPU days (X2 4600+)

White wins: 240'830 (34.5%)
Black wins: 178'969 (25.6%)
Draws: 278'626 (39.9%)
White score: 54.4%

Rating list

CCRL 40/40 Rating List — All engines (best versions only) (Quote)

Ponder off, General book (up to 12 moves), 3-4-5 piece EGTB
Time control: Equivalent to 40 moves in 40 minutes on Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (2.4 GHz), about 15 minutes on a modern Intel CPU.
Computed on March 18, 2017 with Bayeselo based on 698'425 games
Color legend: CommercialFreeOpen sourcePrivate.
Bold font - tested with 200 games or more. Normal font - less than 200 games.
1Stockfish 8 64-bit 4CPU3390+17−1769.4%−124.757.1%1015 
2Houdini 5.01 64-bit 4CPU3386+20−2067.6%−112.357.6%786
3Komodo 10.3 64-bit 4CPU3380+21−2167.3%−115.552.4%698
4Deep Shredder 13 64-bit 4CPU3287+21−2155.8%−33.664.8%619
5Fire 5 64-bit 4CPU3273+23−2352.3%−13.464.9%524
6Fizbo 1.9 64-bit 4CPU3253+26−2651.1%−4.154.1%416
7Andscacs 0.89 64-bit 4CPU3243+25−2550.1%+1.858.0%450
8Chiron 4 64-bit 4CPU3207+26−2642.8%+45.555.3%416
9Gull 3 64-bit 4CPU3196+11−1145.9%+24.157.5%2564
10Equinox 3.20 64-bit 4CPU3186+12−1242.7%+46.960.6%1927
11Booot 6.1 64-bit 4CPU3179+21−2139.5%+64.060.9%632
12Fritz 15 64-bit 4CPU3172+14−1441.1%+57.357.4%1591
13Critter 1.6a 64-bit 4CPU3169+8−847.5%+16.656.0%4727
14Hannibal 1.7 64-bit 4CPU3168+18−1840.0%+61.555.8%942
15NirvanaChess 2.3 64-bit 4CPU3162+20−2039.7%+67.657.1%730
16Bouquet 1.8 64-bit 4CPU3159+11−1143.6%+41.356.6%2395
17Rybka 4 64-bit 4CPU3156+10−1048.8%+7.250.8%3130
18Protector 1.9.0 64-bit 4CPU3150+17−1744.5%+37.155.2%1074
19Alfil 15.7 64-bit 4CPU3146+18−1840.7%+62.255.5%878
20Texel 1.06 64-bit 4CPU3143+21−2144.7%+34.553.6%683

Sunday, March 19, 2017

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TRUMP WAS RIGHT – Intel Confirms ISIS Hid Among Refugee Hordes Flooding Europe

TRUMP WAS RIGHT – Intel Confirms ISIS Hid Among Refugee Hordes Flooding Europe

Donald Trump has said all along that islamic refugees could be a trojan horse for ISIS – now he has been proven right with the latest incident in Germany.
The Federalist Reports

In Germany last week, the vice president of Bavaria’s intelligence-gathering agency, Manfred Hauser, announced ISIS “hit squads” had entered Europe with the flood of migrants that came across the borders over the last year and a half. According to Hauser, there are hundreds of reports that these kinds of terrorist cells have infiltrated European countries, and “irrefutable evidence that there is an IS command structure in place” that will “likely” launch a coordinated attack on Germany.

It appears ISIS took advantage of Europe’s generosity by concealing its fighters in the mass of people desperately seeking a new home. If this comes as a surprise, you haven’t been paying attention.
When the migrant crisis began in 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was quick to inform all would-be refugees that Europe would take in anyone who crossed its borders. She famously said that anyone who could reach Germany would be welcome to stay. Merkel’s proclamation and the ensuing million-and-a-half migrants who came knocking on Europe’s door raised concerns that terrorists based in Syria and Iraq, or elsewhere, would blend in with the crush of refugees and wreak havoc in countries that ISIS considers apostate.

The Politically Correct Insisted This Wouldn’t Happen

National Review’s Ian Tuttle wrote in September 2015, “Given the sheer magnitude of the migration, it is a virtual certainty that terrorist organizations are taking advantage of the crisis to insinuate themselves into Europe.” Months later, after the Bataclan nightclub massacre in November, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who had erected a razor-wire fence on Hungary’s Serbian border, said migrants “present a security threat because we don’t know who they are. If you allow thousands or millions of unidentified persons into your house, the risk of…terrorism will significantly increase.” Frontex, which manages European Union borders, warned of this possibility in early 2015.

But these concerns met censure from European and American politicians and media elites for being xenophobic and bigoted against refugees. The Huffington Post listed terrorists embedded with refugees among their top five myths about the migrant crisis in September 2015. Another myth-buster at the Washington Post came to a similar conclusion in response to Tuttle: “Yes, in theory, terrorists could exploit the same porous borders exposed by human smugglers. But in practice, they are unlikely to use migration routes to infiltrate Europe — and checks are in place to catch them if they try.”

The Southern Poverty Law center reacted to the Paris attack with shock and horror that anyone would connect refugees to fears of Islamic terrorism, calling the mere mention of it Islamaphobic. Of course, no one was accusing refugees themselves of being terrorists. They were simply pointing out that it would be difficult to vet every migrant coming in, and therefore bad actors could easily slip in under the guise of being a refugee.

The deputy chairman of a parliamentary committee on immigration and security in Italy, Giorgio Brandolin, said last year, “Terror groups spend money on training militants; it makes no sense for them to send them over on death boats, risking them drowning on the way.” But Brandolin made the mistake of thinking that ISIS, which sends its men and women on suicide bombings, cares about putting its soldiers in harm’s way.

He further assumed he understood ISIS’ strategy. But the reality is that he, like many others, lacked the imagination to see what ISIS was capable of. They thought that because there was then no proof that terrorists were posing as refugees, it couldn’t have been happening and would never occur in the future. Of course, this is exactly what ISIS was doing.

Political Correctness Contributes to Mass Murder

Now, in the face of the recent attacks in Germany, Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière has proposed a number of new security measures, including expedited deportations for migrants who are denied asylum or pose a threat to public safety, and increased scrutiny for asylum applicants specifically targeted at detecting Islamist radicals. But will these measures be sufficient, or has Europe learned the lessons of its own folly too late?

What has happened with Europe’s migrant crisis is evidence of an ongoing pathology in the West, especially with regard to Islam. Anything perceived as offensive or xenophobic is off-limits for discussion, even if it affects national security. Looking clearly at issues of public safety, immigration, integration, and the threat of terrorist organizations takes second chair to keeping up the pretense of inclusivity that multiculturalism mandates. Political leaders and the media get to feel smugly compassionate and morally superior while accusing everyone of bigotry who express concern about mass immigration.

This pathology manifests itself when authorities and media insist an attacker doesn’t have any affiliation with Islamism or ISIS before much is known about the individual, often in face of contrary declarations from the attacker himself. This happened with Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hassan, the San Bernardino killers, the University of California-Merced student, the Orlando shooter, the so-called lone wolf attackers in France and Germany, and countless others.

Many world leaders and members of the media would rather swallow their own tongue than state the obvious. They’d much prefer to acknowledge a risk in retrospect than warn of an impending threat. But as I’ve argued before, Europe’s leaders, and our own, don’t have the luxury of being politically correct about national security. Their sworn duty is to look clearly at the world and spot the risks even if it makes them look cold, not to hold our hand and make us feel good about ourselves.

Yet Merkel remains defiant, repeating “We can still do this” in a speech delivered in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Germany, two of which were confirmed to be ISIS-related. She won’t back down. But Germany is quietly beginning to acknowledge the threats. So far this year, the country has let in far fewer refugees than in the same period last year, and increased deportations. Merkel’s rhetoric notwithstanding, her government sees the threat and acknowledges this new population is overwhelming their country. Merkel just won’t say so out loud because she wants to retain the role of compassionate leader.

So here we are. Exactly where so many said we’d be, facing unpredictable attacks by men who traveled to Europe pretending to be the most vulnerable people in the world. Instead they’re the most threatening, attacking indiscriminately and infusing fear into the continent.

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