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  • http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/06/1... Last June, about nine months into the ATF operation known as "Fast and Furious," suspects had "purchased 1,608 firearms for over $1 million in cash transactions at various Phoenix-area gun shops," according to internal documents obtained by CBS News. The documents indicate ATF already knew that 179 of those very weapons had turned up at crime scenes in Mexico, and 130 in the U.S. Yet, ATF allowed some of the same suspects -- accused of being middlemen for Mexican drug cartels -- to continue to buy and transfer assault weapons. Sometimes, agents say, they videotaped the buys, but didn't interdict the guns.............But several ATF agents strongly objected to letting any guns "walk." Darren Gil was ATF's lead official in Mexico during "Fast and Furious." He told CBS News, "We're in the business of interdicting weapons; we're not in the business of putting weapons out there for criminals to use. And that's what happened in this case."
  • From what I gather, the Obama administration is looking to make him the fall guy. He wants to tell the whole story to Congress but the Obama Justice Department is refusing to allow him to. He may not be the culprit in all this. Something of this magnitude doesn't happen in a vacuum. I have plenty of issues with the zealots in the BATF but I do not believe for a minute they would be willing to deliberately arm the Mexican Drug Cartels. *
  • The agents them self testified that the orders came from above their bosses head. The AFT were simply following orders to let those weapons go. I wonder who does the AFT answer too? Couldn't be an old Obama buddy, could it? At least some more of the pieces are falling into place about why the border isn't seriously being protected.
  • What the hell did Gil think the weapons were going to be used for if not killing Americans and drug trafficking. He should resign his post with an apology to the American people.
  • He should rat out Eric Holder and help bring down the Obama Administration over this.
  • Why doesn't the senate approve Obama's nominee to head the atf , The head of the atf is the acting , he was never nominated or approved
  • YES. But if they were honorable men, this deadly corruption wouldn't have happened in the first place.
  • Libs never admit to failure.
  • Hello all, I am a reservoir engineer/petroleum geologist engaged in locating oil and gas reserves before a drill bit ever hits the ground. A core role of my job is to track the flow of ancient rivers and basins back hundreds of millions of years to see where the basins would have been deposited during "hot spots" in the past (which are periods of intense global warming that led to mass extinction events). I recently was working on tracking the flow of sediments in the San Juan basin in New Mexico, and successfully located a 20 foot wide patch of Methane bearing Permian sediment located 9000 feet below the ground that my team of geological and engineering professionals pinpointed before a drill bit ever hit the ground. Several (apparently fundamentalist) relatives of mine told me that my findings were wrong, and that the earth is 6000 years old, and it says so in the bible. I then went online to see if this is a view held by many Christians and after a little trolling (lol) I found that quite a few (but not a majority of) Christians do believe that the earth is in fact 6000 years old due to lineages in the bible. My question to those ppl is this, how do you argue with the profits that we are able to attain? I am paid over 150k a year to trace the history of these flows back millions of years, and have been responsible for finding hundreds of millions of dollars worth of hydrocarbons? Do you think that the oil companies are ignorant for paying me such a hefty sum of cash to find oil that you claim can only be several thousand years old? I am not asking the Christians who agree with the scientifically agreed upon date of a 4.5 billion year old earth, just the ones who think that the science my career is based upon is all wrong.
  • Perhaps I wasn't clear. I think that most Christians do believe that the earth is very old (I work with some). I just wonder how the few that do take a literal date view my field of study (geology). Do they view is a psudo-science, and if so how do they dismiss the benefits to humankind (i.e. oil) it has provided
  • Jehovah: I graduated with a B.S. in petroleum engineering and a M.S. in Geology, my job is more concerned with the location of specific traps of hydrocarbons in subsurface plays. I didn't get into the details of my work because I tried to limit the amount of B.S. in my question. You are correct though, locating specific traps does utilize all of those instruments, however.. how do oil companies know where to deploy all those seismic instruments. It is not as random as you would think.
  • Wow, I didn't expect so many answers so fast. It appears as though my career is more controversial than I thought, I will keep that in mind from now on!!! And as far as being an athiest.... I'm Jewish. I just don't take the Torah as a literal translation. I was just asking for opinions from those who take Genesis literally, not asking for pep talks on the merits of my job lol. I know how sesmology works.... I did my dissertation on the applications of Seismology in the location of Shale Gas Traps. Shell finds me valuable and that's all that matters lol
  • Kissthepilot brings up the best point yet. The dating of rocks through radiometic dating is based off of the rate of electron expuslion from radioactive material. How do we know that the rate is constant? Well, it isn't. Electrons do not leave radioactive materials at a constant rate, however it is darn close to a constant value, thats why materials that have near-contant rates of decay are chosen, the error is typically +-3%. How do we know that the rate wasn't more in the past? Because if it is true that that the earth is 6000 years old, and we are reading 400 million when we test our rocks, then the rate of decay would have to be EXTREMELY random in order to account for the 99.8% error rate. Over the past 100 years the decay rates have been very stable, therefore it is not logical to assume that elements decayed fast as hell for 5,900 years then suddenly decided to all of a sudden become stable for the past 100 years.
  • I think earth is 4.5 billion years, give or take a week ;p. Bible does not say earth is 6,000 years old and the Hebrew word "yom" translated as "day" can also mean "time period" so 6 creative time periods possibly lasting thousands, millions or billions of years. Yes, I know you didn't want answer from me, but I am trying to educate others.
  • Do you think you would be paid less for the same oil, if it were only 5000 years old? Care to meet some geologists that don't believe the Earth is old? Where is the proof of your dating methods? To be truly science, you would have to test a rock, and then test it again in four million years in order to say it's four million years old. Do you know the three assumptions that radiometric dating is based on? How do you know how much of the mother and daughter elements are in the rock to start with? How do you know that the decay rates are constant over millions of years? And, how do you know none of the elements were leached out by water or some other method? I believe the Earth is young, and I've seen no evidence to the contrary. I wish they would pay you more to find the oil, but how much they pay you has to do with what they do with it, not how old it is. Perhaps you should take an economics course, to go with all the science you know.
  • a company making profits has nothing to do with the age of the earth it is trial and error you are not what you say you are http://science.howstuffworks.com/environ... Locating Oil Seismology Photo courtesy the Energy Institute Searching for oil over water using seismology Whether employed directly by an oil company or under contract from a private firm, geologists are the ones responsible for finding oil. Their task is to find the right conditions for an oil trap -- the right source rock, reservoir rock and entrapment. Many years ago, geologists interpreted surface features, surface rock and soil types, and perhaps some small core samples obtained by shallow drilling. Modern oil geologists also examine surface rocks and terrain, with the additional help of satellite images. However, they also use a variety of other methods to find oil. They can use sensitive gravity meters to measure tiny changes in the Earth's gravitational field that could indicate flowing oil, as well as sensitive magnetometers to measure tiny changes in the Earth's magnetic field caused by flowing oil. They can detect the smell of hydrocarbons using sensitive electronic noses called sniffers. Finally, and most commonly, they use seismology, creating shock waves that pass through hidden rock layers and interpreting the waves that are reflected back to the surface.
  • If what you say is true, you are paid to trace the history of the flow back to it's original source. You have no way of knowing the age of that flow, or how long it took to create. All you have is guesses, and raw data that an Atheists Scientist came up with. This data is subject to scrutiny, and many other scientist would argue it's validity. You only know for sure what you can see... ie. "This river came from such and such place". That is all you really know. You can not know for sure how long it took to make that river, or what factors have played into it's creation over the years. There are many scientist who look at the same data and come up with completely different views. If you decide you don't want to believe God's Word, that is one thing, simply go your way and don't believe, but don't try to throw out information as fact that simply is not.
  • Well I know that some Christians believe in the young-earth-appearing-to-be-old, they believe that the earth was being created before space-time, and that whole 1 day is like a thousand years thing in "eternity time", made the earth seem to be millions of years old when translated into regular space-time. I think it's something like that.
  • For what it is worth ... the Bible does not give an age for the earth. The 6,000 year old thing was an estimate of Dr. John Lightfoot, a 17th century Anglican clergyman. He estimated that creation occurred during 4004 BCE. Bishop James Ussher in the 17th century made the same estimate a decade later, and got almost all the credit.
  • Look at it this way: These same fundamentalists who think the earth is under 10,000 years old also reject evolution which not only provides the basis of all of modern biology, but creates millions of dollars to sustain itself with practical advances in medicine, genetics/gene therapy, and computation (evolutionary algorithms). They don't care about the practicality/success of evolution or radiometric dating. They've been conditioned to simply reject anything that conflicts with their primitive bronze-age superstition.
  • "Do they view [it] a psudo-science" Like palmistry and astrology... LuLz “Evolution, and or science in general, can't be true, since I lack the mental capacity to understand it; moreover, to accept its truth would cause me to be uncomfortable… therefore, God exists.” ~
  • The earth is between 6000 and 7000 years old.
  • It's typical and stupid, i mean any idiot can turn on the tv or listen at the bus stop and here something. last poll i saw showed 62% of the people are now racist and don't like the way he runs the country. As far as the border states with over 200 murdered by the gunrunner operations and still about 1,700 weapons out there and in gangs hands here and in Mexico, he doesn't have a chance, even with the Hispanic vote*. No one in their right mind in the administration would give 2,000 weapons to the MS 13 gang in Honduras* with out a reason. So it might look like the Gestapo but in this case they will have to mobilize their entire base and many are just not up to the task. Ironic Americans are being murdered and you here nothing on the news about it. MSNBC just doesn't have the base, but had to laugh when Maddow and Joe were touting the 'bridges*, I sat and wondered what happened to the original cash from the original stimulus that was earmarked for them, the schools and the roads? *bridges http://www.betterroads.com/category/brid... Honduras http://ironicsurrealism.com/?s=operation... whole story http://ironicsurrealism.com/2011/07/11/a...
  • No, I think the department of homeland security is the new Gestapo and terrorists are the new Jews. But hey, if you think Attack Watchers are making people disappear, I encourage you to warn the people before they come for you.
  • Absolutely! After all, Jews are the equivalent to people who lie about the President, aren't they? (sarc) Meanwhile, the only thing that will happen to reports of errors in Presidential attacks is that the correct information will be put out to counter the lies. I guess that feels like a threat to you. Let it!
  • No, because the White House has not physically attacked its own people.
  • lol they away gave Obama a pass ... Attack Watcher what a joke Obama is , wonder how much of our money this is costing ... mommanuke ---who would have to lie about that man ? i call him the coverupman
  • No. Attack Watch doesn't take info on who is attacking Obama, just what kind of attacks are being made. This is so they can do a better job of defending Obama's record. Ironically, I think the TEA Party sees liberals like the Nazis saw Jews.
  • Gestapo was Nazi Secret Police, this is a website. Big difference.
  • They are not smart enough to be the Gestapo, just wannabes.
  • I hope someone has the balls to confront Obama about that in the debates. The media is giving him a free pass.
  • Yes, it would seem so. Can you imagine if Bush had attempted it? Wow, there would have been war.
  • I fly fished in New Mexico and i really enjoyed it. In fact, im trying to save up to get the proper equipment, cause im just starting. I just need some advice on what type of equipment i should get and maybe some tips. I would also appreciate it greatly if you could explain what some of the accesories do.... like retractors, scientific angler fly floatant, leader straighteners, and strike indicators do etc. I would really appreciate it=) thxs
  • I am assuming you are talking trout. My advice for larger western rivers would be to go with a 9' 5wt rod of moderate fast to fast action Orvis makes a full line-up of rods ranging from the Clearwater starting at $169 to the ZG Helios - upwards of $755. They are 4 piece rods. The nice thing about Orvis is that you can choose the action of the rod - they make their rods from full flex (trout bum series) to mid-flex and tip flex in all their other series, and are covered by a 25 year warrantee. Loomis flyrods are generally fast action. You can spend $660 for a GLX, $300 for a GL3 (which is old technology ) or now they have a new series for beginners called the Neptune - for $215 all are 4 piece rods Sage makes great fly rods - Introductory rods include the Sage Launch ( I bought one of these for my daughter) which is a medium fast action rod and not too expensive and casts well at $250 and the Sage Flight which is a fast action introductory rod for $280. You can step up to a Z-Axis for for about $630 All are 4 piece rods There are others to consider that are not as expensive Echo makes a great casting rod (called the Carbon) for under $200 that is terrific, check out www.kmdtackle.com for a great deal on it. I like this rod ALOT St. Croix makes some nice value series rods as well, the Triumph series is not bad for $120, but in my opinion, most St. Croix fly rods have a "clunky" feel to them. Redington (owned by Sage) makes a decent rod for money as well. Reel: you don't need to break the bank here either. Depending upon how much cash you want to spend, I would argue that a Bauer or a Galvan is your best bang for the buck in the $300 world of fly reels Under $200 it would be hard to argue with a Ross Cimmaron, Under $150 I would hands down say an Orvis Mid-Arbor Under $100 I would no doubt say a Cabela's Prestige Plus. I use this reel on occasion for Salmon and Steelhead with no problems at all. Don't skimp on your flyline - Rio, or Scientific Angler make good value series lines. You'll need a vest to carry your stuff in. again, you don't have to spend a great deal on one. You will need the following accesories: Nippers - for trimming your leader and clipping the tag end from your fly Floatant: I prefer Aquel for larger flies and Frogs Fanny for smaller flies Leader Straightners - don't bother, use your fingers Hemostats for removing hooks Polarized Sunglasses Indicators - leave them at home until you learn the proper technique. A good book such as "Fly Fishing, Learn form a Master" by Bill Mason would help out alot with equipment selection, knots, techniques, casting and how to read water. Some Basic Dry Fly patterns: Adams - parachute or not is your choice. Imitates a wide variety of mayflies Elk Hair Caddis - take this in tan and olive anywhere and you'll catch fish Blue Wing Olive - This is the most common hatch and is year round. often time this fly will produce a strike when nothing else will Stimulator - Imitates a big stonefly or a grasshopper or it just gets a trouts attention, works well near dusk or at first light Wulff Pattern - Au Sable or Royal - possibly the best choice when fishing fast water because they float very well - also great for using as as part of a "dry and dropper" rig Tan Comparadun - Wil imitate March Browns, Grey Foxes, and any other tan/brown mayfly, also a good searching pattern Rusty Spinner - simply a "go to " fly, needed for almost every spinnerfall Black ant, cinamon ant, beetle - you always need some terrestrials in your arsenal - these 3 choices are staples. Griffiths gnat - indespensable for when they are feeding on midges, and other micro-flys Here's a link to a question about nymph fishing I answered - you should get some more ideas and info (and save my fingers from typing) http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • I could steer clear of the type of reel that feeds off a spool that you wish to have thumb manipulate to make use of. Go with an open face spin solid reel with a heavy cord bail. The line and pole rely on in which you're and what you're fishing for. Always cross slightly higher than you suppose you'll want if fishing within the ocean. For contemporary water, lighter gear is normally well. Fly fishing is a entire different deal and will take years to best. Save that for a couple of years down the avenue. The fish do not know the way skilled you're, so cross with mid variety priced stuff. Avoid inexpensive, you'll waste your cash having to improve.
  • what i did when i started fly fishing is i went to walmart and bought the scientific anglers starters kit its $80 with fly rod, reel, line, and some flies and i still have this rod for a couple years now, also you will need fly floatant (this is all at walmart) strike indicators leaders, tippet, fly boxes, flies, and a vest will help you can get it at cabelas or a local fly shop and if you do go to a local fly shop you can ask them what else you will need, whats necessary whats not also you can purchase flies from my website www.natureboyoutdoors.weebly.com
  • Click on the following link, scroll to the bottom of the page and you will find many useful fly fishing resources like, animated knot tying instructions, fly fishing glossary, casting and fishing tips, and much more. http://www.orvis.com/store/shop.aspx?dir...
  • i need some money cause im trying to help out my mom with things sence my dad left...so i kinda need money. no online things, just things that i can do like in my neghborhood and stuff like that i live in Albuquerqe New Mexico so if you know anyplace they are hiring that would help too! plz help me out to reach me eaither answer here or at my email tori2325@yahoo.com thanks much love, tori
  • You can't get a real job yet... but doing odd jobs around the block is a great way for some quick cash. If you are looking foreward to a job at a fast food place, or some such thing, then it would be great experience for dealing with strangers, be them interviewer or customer. If you want to actually experience a taste of a job, Sonic sometimes offers to let organizations work there on some Saturdays and keep the tips- my class of 17 raised over $500! Of course, we donated it to ACS, but if you had enough kids and parent volunteers...
  • Tori, you're very young and please be careful about giving out your personal e-mail address. I would recommend selling something. Think about something that you really enjoy, like to use, like to have. And, consider selling it. Or, are you involved in a sport? Perhaps you could put together an event? You could even consider a special "fundraiser golf tournament." Are you part of a church or any other type of organization? You could sell tickets for the golf tournament and ask someone at the golf course for advice on how to do it. Make flyers, call your friends to see if any of the dads (or moms) would like to attend. If you don't know many avid golfers, you could do a golf clinic or workshop and pay an instructor to run it for you. You can serve lunch at the golf course as well. Just double whatevre your cost is for your tickets. As a young teenager, people will be willing to participate to fundraise for a good cause. Good luck!
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