[S2E19] The Human Factor
CLICK HERE ::: https://shoxet.com/2tkBED
The Transformers Prme season 2 shows continues with an extra heapin' helping of cyborg mutant goodness. If you missed Transformers Prime Season 2 Episode 19 \"The Human Factor.\" You can watch them online and catch up on Silas's transformation from human to sentinet robot by way of Breakdown's old body. Watch the full episode where Silas gets his bot on now.
How does one quantify grief How does one determine how long someone should grieve and whether or not every decision they make is a direct result of it Also, how do other human traits like self-doubt and insecurity factor into determining mental fitness
A president is still a person with human emotions that have to be factored in somehow, and it's completely unrealistic to expect a man who didn't run for or choose to be president to not have self-doubts about his actions. Given Kirkman's unique ascent to the office, there are too many other components that have to be evaluated when taking anything into consideration.
Savage seems uncharacteristically glad to see Superman and he soon explains why: the planet they are on is Earth, 30,000 years in the future and the entire human race, except for the immortal Savage, is dead, meaning that the whole Earth belongs to him now.
Savage explains that, only a few months after Superman disappeared, he stole a piece of white dwarf star matter from Dr. Ray Palmer and used it to create a gravity-based superweapon. Without Superman, Savage killed the rest of the Justice League and proclaimed himself ruler of the Earth. However, the weapon disrupted the balance of the solar system, killing the rest of the human race. Upon hearing this, Superman attacks Savage in rage, and Savage does not resist. Superman almost crushes Savage's head with a rock, but refrains due to the awareness that Savage cannot die. Savage acknowledges he deserves such treatment and more; after millennia of loneliness and isolation, he's come to realize that his obsession with conquest was meaningless.
Starscream has interests in being Decepticon commander, after the previous death of Megatron. He awakens Skyquake, a Decepticon who's leader is truely Megatron. While Optimus and Bumblebee have a battle with Skyquake the other Autobots help the humans with their science projects, for their science fair.
Aside from her professional accomplishments, Ruth is a published poet, writer and public speaker. Ruth has worked with clients using various energy medicine and body-centric coaching techniques for trauma recovery. Drawing on her childhood experiences growing up in an abusive, religious cult and as a survivor, she is a fierce advocate for those who have experienced abuse. She is dedicated to helping survivors and allies understand behavioral coping mechanisms arising out of trauma and mitigating societal and personal judgments surrounding common human responses to violence and harm. This transformative approach helps those who have experienced violence and their allies better understand how to support, nurture and nourish survivors in a common-sense manner and without blame.
They are anthropomorphic dogs who act as a typical, essentially human, family of four. Each of the seven minute episodes follows the silly, frustrating and the bittersweet moments of their everyday lives. Bluey is targeted at preschool-age children, but has gained an avid audience of teens, young adults and parents.
DAN: But I am curious in your experience, what was the determining factor in who was in the classroom sections and who was in the online sections I mean, I did they self-select, so the online students intended to be online, or were they just put there
Delve into stories and up-to-date discussions relevant to economic geology that explore the technical, scientific, and human aspects of the world of ore deposits. Each episode is filled with current geoscience and technology topics in mineral exploration and mining.
SEG launches a podcast that highlights the technical, scientific, and human aspects of responsible mineral exploration and development. The first episodes of the podcast focus on the themes from the SEG 2020 Vision Conference and celebration of the centenary to frame the stories and interviews. Episodes will be released starting in May 2020.
A weekly podcast that brings you geoscience and technology stories from the world of ore deposits. Delve into stories and up to date discussion of topics relevant to economic geology exploring the technical, scientific, and human aspects of the world of ore deposits.
Tracy YoungLincoln, Chief Client Officer at Kinesso, joins the podcast to discuss the human factor of marketing, which includes building a first-party asset and thinking beyond the point of data capture to the points of delivering value from the data.
The radical shredder from the rap-metal quartet (not to mention Audioslave) is a big believer in the philosophies of Trek. Before appearing as the human crewmember Mitchell aboard Voyager, the Trekkie made a much more subtle cameo in the film Star Trek: Insurrection, wherein he portrayed a Son'a warrior. Morello requested a cameo in the film, and fortunately the producer's son was a big fan of Rage.
*Note: No animals were harmed in the recording or editing of this episode. Truly, Hunter was not starving, but it took his human brother a REALLY long time to get all the way upstairs and rescue him from his misery.
Sagara and her rakshasa team arrive in Kalibloom. She wonders why Gandharva has yet to finish the job. Even in his weakened state, there should be no problem killing one measly human. They need the Chaos barrier to be deactivated first, otherwise they are unable to use transcendentals to break the second barrier. But at the moment, all they can do is sit and wait.
Meanwhile in Atera, Brilith tries to use the Staff of Agni on the vacated site of the destroyed Temple of Destruction. She tells herself that she should be able to wield it, since she is the Priest of Fire and in need to be able to protect herself. But the Staff just explodes in her face, making Agni laugh at her. Her Flame Mastery (silent fire magic) is exceptionally bad, but when she is frustrated about it, he explains that it is actually a good thing. Silent magic is not an ability originally meant for humans. Being bad at it means being more human. A desire for strength, a lack of compassion for the enemy, and a cold-hearted willingness to sacrifice everything else for the sake of one's objectives are the qualities that make a magician proficient in silent magic.
The Kalibloom Magicians Guild President is honored to compare the scores of both the only A++ magician and the only magician to achieve a perfect score in Mistyshore. He notes how the scores are exceptionally high, and when he compares their divine affinity scores, Ran's appears higher, but Asha's score has that suspicious leading zero. The deciding factor becomes the 4th exam, where Asha received a 0. The president says he can't compare the last score since Asha was prevented from taking that exam, but Asha concedes anyway, and admits her loss in the bet. Ran suddenly asks an assistant to lend him her glasses. After confirming the score sheet depicting Asha's gender as \"female,\" he pats her, saying that apparently there's a mistake in the data. The assistant corrects him, noting that Asha is indeed female. Ran is at a loss, trying to tell himself that there was no harm done, but then remembers all the situations he treated Asha like a man. He then thinks of Rana, somehow believing that she would be heartbroken if she knew the truth. Unwilling to admit he was wrong this whole time, he denies Asha's true gender, insulting her further.
Season 4, Episode 14Written by Cathryn Humphris; Directed by Charles BeesonFor a split second it looked like the show was going to tackle domestic abuse in the very real, grounded way of just letting humans be the bad guys again. But after the opening scenes shows a guy bludgeoning his wife, the show opts to make a woman the villain. Sure, he commits the crime, but behind his actions was a siren (masquerading as a stripper), seducing men to terrible acts. After the evocative, triggering images of the first scene, weaving such a narrative just feels dangerously misguided.
After giving this some thought: In a reality where a non-human is the president of Earth, it would seem that people are judged as individuals and not on race. He wasn't the president of earth, he was the president of the federation, whos capital planet was earth. bad argument, it all boils down to cannon has it been said that trill is a member or not the episode where miles and ezri go to visit her mom i think says that the federation has no influence there but that was the orion sector, however they did use a trill to make contact...ezris mom, i think thats as close as i have seen to a cannon ref.KetracelWhiteJunkie 00:29, 20 February 2006 (UTC)
RE Jaz: Worf was raised by humans on a Federation world, so he is not entirely comparable to Curzon. If something similar is true of Curzon, I am not aware that it is anywhere stated in canon. However, to my way of thinking, that does still leave the question open.
And as for Jadzia having to cover up her spots when on the original USS Enterprise... Her covering them up could have nothing to do with Trill being unknown to the Federation or humans of the 2260s, but it could be that since the Constitution-class ships had such a smaller crew compared to the Federation ships of the 2370s she may have covered her spots because there were no Trill crew members assigned to the USS Enterprise. If the DS9 crew weren't historically knowledgeable enough to remember the crew roster of the NCC-1701, it would be easy enough to look up on the ship's computer. 59ce067264