> Addressing a Chambers of Commerce meeting in Boca Raton today, Zelensky thanks BlackRock, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and others for their support of Ukraine. Adds that sending Ukraine heavier weapons, like Abrams tanks, represents a "big business" opportunity for US corporations
I'm running Firefox 109 with arkenfox (mostly default settings). When I try and connect to lemmygrad.ml, I'm given an `SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN` error. Once I create an exception, I can use the website like normal. Is this something going on in the backend of things or are my browser settings just too high?
Note: lemmy.ml doesn't have this issue, I can connect with no warning about certificates.
- Serif: Palatino Linotype, Garamond, Liberation Serif
- Sans serif: Noto Sans Display
- Monospace: Liberation Mono
The sans serif and mono fonts are what I have my computer set to; they're very pleasant to the eye. For writing, I prefer serif fonts because of the improved readability with large portions of text, especially on paper.
I really want to know why I got this recommended, on a music-related video of all places. Do they not know who I subscribe to?
EDIT: Here's the [video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1DpVYqdI14) (it's a US soldiers coming home compilation).
I just started *The Three-Body Problem* and have really been enjoying so far. That being said, the first chapter takes place during a struggle session at a university, where a professor is accused of reactionary thought by teaching Einstein's theory of relativity and the Big Bang Theory by his own accord in an intro physics class.
Is there any historical truth to this sort of backlash, and if so, why? I'm no physicist, but I don't understand how ToR/BBT contradict dialectical materialism.
> China’s murky statistics are fueling widespread public distrust. Its narrow definition of Covid deaths “will very much underestimate the true death toll,” the W.H.O. says.
>In the United States, for over a hundred years, the ruling interests tirelessly propagated anticommunism among the populace, until it became more like a religious orthodoxy than a political analysis. During the cold war, the anticommunist ideological framework could transform any data about existing communist societies into hostile evidence. If the Soviets refused to negotiate a point, they were intransigent and belligerent; if they appeared willing to make concessions, this was but a skillful ploy to put us off our guard. By opposing arms limitations, they would have demonstrated their aggressive intent; but when in fact they supported most armament treaties, it was because they were mendacious and manipulative. If the churches in the USSR were empty, this demonstrated that religion was suppressed; but if the churches were full, this meant the people were rejecting the regime's atheistic ideology. If the workers went on strike (as happened on infrequent occasions), this was evidence of their alienation from the collectivist system; if they didn't go on strike, this was because they were intimidated and lacked freedom.—Michael Parenti, *Blackshirts and Reds*, 41.
>the U.S. military has the distinction of being the only U.S. government agency to have never passed a comprehensive audit.
>The Navy plans to expand its ship production in an effort to maintain an edge over China, with a particular focus on a new attack submarine and destroyer ship.
Ah, there it is.