New English 2.0 Typeface
No matter the era, written language will remain the prevalent form of communication. The apparatuses that platform these symbols however, have evolved dramatically through out human history. The modern era utilizes several dynamics which are hindered by particular stagnant elements of the evolution of the English alphabet. As of this posting, we progress to adapt by reconfiguring the baseline descending lower case letters of g, j, p, q and y.

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How Culturalism and Racism Works
Forbes Top 10
Dangerous Cities in America

1. Detroit
Black: 82.7% 590,293
White: 10.6% 75,660

2. St. Louis
Black: 49.2% 157,092
White: 43.9% 140,170

3. Oakland
Black: 28.0% 109,471
White: 34.5% 134,925

4. Memphis
Black: 62.6% 406,962
White: 31.7% 206,081

5. Birmingham
Black: 62.4% 151,665
White: 35.0% 84,987

6. Atlanta
Black: 54.0% 226,801
White: 38.4% 161,281

7. Baltimore
Black: 63.7% 395,552
White: 29.6% 183,804

8. Stockton
Black: 12.2% 35,548
White: 37.0% 108,044

9. Cleveland
Black: 53.3% 254,988
White: 37.3% 178,444

10. Buffalo
Black: 38.6% 112,962
White: 54.4% 159,288
Forbes Top 10
Safest Cities in America

1. Plano
Black: 7.60% 19,747
White: 66.9% 173,833

2. Henderson
Black: 3.76% 6,489
White: 80.4% 141,006

3. Honolulu
Black: 1.50% 5,058
White: 17.9% 60,368

4. Santa Ana
Black: 1.50% 4,856
White: 45.9% 148,838

5. Lincoln
Black: 3.80% 9,818
White: 86.0% 222,205

6. San Jose
Black: 2.90% 27,508
White: 28.7% 271,382

7. Mesa
Black: 3.50% 15,366
White: 64.3% 282,303

8. Colorado Springs
Black: 6.30% 26,234
White: 78.8% 328,144

9. Aurora
Black: 15.7% 51,037
White: 61.1% 198,622

10. New York City
Black: 23.0% 1,896,329
White: 33.3% 2,745,555

Top 10 Dangerous Cities National Demographics

Black: 2,441,334 | 63.0% of 3,874,018 | 6.2% of 38,929,319
White: 1,432,684 | 36.9% of 3,874,018 | 0.7% of 196,817,552
Note: Non-Hispanic White or European American

Top 10 Safest Cities National Demographics

Black: 5.2% 2,062,442 of 38,929,319 (12.6%)
Note: New York City is 91.9% 1,896,329 of 2,062,442
(w/o New York City) 166,113 | 8.3% of 1,992,814 | 0.4% of 38,929,319
White: 2.3% 4,572,256 of 196,817,552 (63.7%)
(w/o New York City) 1,826,701 | 91.7% of 1,992,814 | 0.9% of 196,817,552

[Examiner] Top 10 Dangerous Cities each led by a Democratic Mayor ... a-democrat

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Particle-Thrust Pressure Propulsion Efficiency
[Down On Paper] Dimensional Rhetoric

[Update] g via displacement distribution of
multi-dimensional density relative to m^1.

[Update] Weak quark graviton density compression increases as heavy quark particle density increases to a displacement g buoyancy. m^1 spatial index equates displacement resistance relative to heavy quark particles causing equatable g.
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[Question Part III] Galactic Apparition
Six years ago we asked for a perspective on photons traveling outward and what effect this would have on the depth of the universe or eventual perception of the source of light.

This topic does not consume us (preference towards propulsion engineering) however, recently a conversation led to the suggestion of a curvature of space that would refract (previously stated) or curve (new) back light. A given is that light can be lensed or bent by gravitational force. It beckons this conjecture to astro-theorists:

Assuming the universe does not expand relative to c, then outward bound photons emitted towards a more condensed universe, based on the curved boundary model, curve back and escape(?) the boundary, refract and arrive at Earth, giving a ghost or reverse image of a photon source and false distance to an existing measured source. Savvy?

Upon the edge, collision would almost certainly occur, causing a resemblance of background radiation, enabling further interference. A questionable 13.7 billion years of discharging photons, the universe should either be far brighter, limitless or there is a misunderstanding of the conservation of light energy.

But what do I know?! Reply via @TvMiller button below.
Lincoln-Douglas 1858 Charleston, SC Debate Anniversary Clarifeality
Much is made of idyllic moments in American history that are often misconstrued with reality. "Reality" being not the staging of events for more (significantly least) entertaining television programming but as in circumstances that actually transpired to a significantly eventful conclusion. The absence of lucidity that seems damning of our education are the convictions of Abraham Lincoln and seeing as we are within the season of presidential debate, why not on this anniversary of his 1858 Charleston, South Carolina debate with Senator Stephen Douglas, take a brief moment for realiclarity.

"I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality. And in as much as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race. I say upon this occasion I do not perceive that because the white man is to have the superior position the negro should be denied everything. I do not understand that because I do not want a negro woman for a slave I must necessarily want her for a wife. My understanding is that I can just let her alone." - Abraham Lincoln (18 September 1858)

As an added caveat, 1962 Nobel prize winning biologist James Dewey Watson who co-discovered the Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) strand with Francis Crick in 1953 was ostracized in 2007 for inferred comments he had made that seemed scientifically suited to Lincoln's understanding 149 years prior.

In the interview with The Sunday Times, Watson said he was "inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa" because "all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours whereas all the testing says not really." He went on to say he hoped everyone was equal but that "people who have to deal with black employees find this is not true."
- BBC News (18 October 2007)

What I would like to leave you with is an opportunity to self discovery by scientific deduction. The understanding of human evolution is that adaptation is a catalyst for intellectual growth. Suppose an individual were to stand in place while another were to visit every corner of the world. Which would you be inclined to say is more well versed? With that said, watch this extraordinary animation of the Journey of Mankind by The Bradshaw Foundation. Pay particular attention to the notation upon 85,000 years ago at the Gates of Grief.
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Cross legged comfort in a pliable left or right idiotic design.
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