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TAKE THAT, CHINA!

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/23/2011 11:48 PM
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Don't think you understood that seekingalpha report.
 Quoting: Ex-AFOSI



China's domination of the rare-earth supply chain as more than 95 per cent of the market. Thus magnet ideas are a dime a dozen vs. production supplies.


You're a classic example of what's wrong with Amerika, as an illiterate financial dumbass who thinks paper is the same as possessing hard commodities.. Molycorp LOL, go buy it fool and buy a tent for your next home.
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01/24/2011 12:06 AM
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Isn't G.E. setting up shop in China?
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01/24/2011 12:23 AM
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China may graduate more engineers, but they are very much stuck when it comes to innovation.

They are good at copying or tweaking what others have discovered or invented, not at all good at making discoveries or innovations themselves. That lack of originality may be cultural or it may be racial, but it is very real.
 Quoting: m_astera


This coming from an ignorant tortilla maker.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1075365


LOL. They don't eat tortillas in Venezuela, dimfuck.

I'm not Venezuelan, but pre-Chavez this place was known as the best educated country in S America; they graduated lots of engineers and physicists and produced plenty of patents and innovations.
 Quoting: m_astera


You are also an ignorant prick and totally full of shit. You fuckers would have never reached S. America if it hadn't been for the Chinese. The magnetic compass, printing technology and gunpowder all originated in China, and much else besides.

Why don't you make a start on relieving yourself of that giant burden of ignorance you're humping around by reading up on Science and Civilisation in China:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

SCIENCE AND CIVILISATION
IN CHINA SERIES

VOL. I. Introductory Orientations. Joseph Needham, with the research assistance of Wang Ling (1954)
VOL. II. History of Scientific Thought. Joseph Needham, with the research assistance of Wang Ling (1956)
VOL. III. Mathematics and the Sciences of the Heavens and Earth. Joseph Needham, with the research assistance of Wang Ling (1959)
VOL. IV. Physics and Physical Technology.
Pt. 1. Physics. Joseph Needham, with the research assistance of Wang Ling, and the special co-operation of Kenneth Robinson (1962)
Pt. 2. Mechanical Engineering. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Wang Ling (1965)
Pt. 3. Civil Engineering and Nautics. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Wang Ling and Lu Gwei-djen (1971)
VOL. V. Chemistry and Chemical Technology
Pt. 1. Paper and Printing. Tsien Tsuen-Hsuin (1985)
Pt. 2. Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Magisteries of Gold and Immortality. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Lu Gwei-djen (1974)
Pt. 3. Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Historical Survey, from Cinnabar Elixirs to Synthetic Insulin. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yu [Ho Peng-Yoke] and Lu Gwei-djen (1976)
Pt. 4. Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Apparatus and Theory. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Lu Gwei-djen, and a contribution by Nathan Sivin (1980)
Pt. 5. Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Physiological Alchemy. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Lu Gwei-djen (1983)
Pt. 6. Military Technology: Missiles and Sieges. Joseph Needham, Robin D.S. Yates, with the collaboration of Krzysztof Gawlikowski, Edward McEwen and Wang Ling (1994)
Pt. 7. Military Technology: The Gunpowder Epic. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yu [Ho Peng-Yoke], Lu Gwei-djen and Wang Ling (1987)
Pt. 9. Textile Technology: Spinning and Reeling. Dieter Kuhn (1986)
Pt. 11. Ferrous Metallurgy. Donald B. Wagner (2008) NEW
Pt. 12. Ceramic Technology . Rose Kerr and Nigel Wood, with additional contributions by Ts'ai Mei-fen and Zhang Fukang (2004)
Pt. 13: Mining. Peter Golas (1999)
VOL. VI. Biology and Biological Technology
Pt. 1. Botany. Joseph Needham, with the collaboration of Lu Gwei-djen, and a special contribution by Huang Hsing-Tsung (1986)
Pt. 2. Agriculture. Francesca Bray (1984)
Pt. 3. Agroindustries and Forestry. Christian A. Daniels and Nicholas K. Menzies (1996)
Pt. 5. Fermentations and Food Science. H.T. Huang (2000)
Pt. 6. Medicine. Joseph Needham and Lu Gwei-djen, edited by Nathan Sivin (2000)
VOL. VII. The Social Background
Pt. 1. Language and Logic. Christoph Harbsmeier (1998)
Pt. 2. General Conclusions and Reflections. Joseph Needham , edited by Kenneth Girdwood Robinson, with contributions by Ray Huang, and an introduction by Mark Elvin (2004)
The Monk
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01/24/2011 12:27 AM
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Rare earth battle takes a new turn.

[link to www.technologyreview.com]

Quote;

"Stronger, lighter magnets could enter the market in the next few years, making more efficient car engines and wind turbines possible. Researchers need the new materials because today's best magnets use rare-earth metals, whose supply is becoming unreliable even as demand grows.

So researchers are now working on new types of nanostructured magnets that would use smaller amounts of rare-earth metals than standard magnets. Many hurdles remain, but GE Global Research hopes to demonstrate new magnet materials within the next two years."


This could be one more reason GE has so much clout in the White House.
 Quoting: Ex-AFOSI


GE Rocks. Period. It's one company left that Americans can be proud of. That and Apple, even though apple uses Chinese slave labor to build its products.
Anonymous Coward
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01/24/2011 12:32 AM
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GE Rocks. Period. It's one company left that Americans can be proud of. That and Apple, even though apple uses Chinese slave labor to build its products.
 Quoting: The Monk 959567


Wrong you stupid sheep...

How GE Is Arming China to Compete With Boeing -- and America
[link to www.dailyfinance.com]

GE expects China market to outstrip US soon
[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]

General Electric Plans to Invest $2 Billion in China
[link to www.bloomberg.com]
Anonymous Coward
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01/24/2011 01:15 AM
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Countries mean very little and should not be so revered.
We are all one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1240796


verycold Spoken like a good little NWOrderist.
 Quoting: Judeth



there already is a one world government, a one world slave farm

this thread is complaining about one slave farm being better than others but the fact is they are still slave farms

you can cheer that yours is better but its pointless, sure some slave farms like North Korea are run more strictly and they might have more work hours and less "freedoms" but its like the old slaves in America they might have been able to sleep at masters house on Saturdays or play baseball on Tuesdays but those extras dont mean real freedom
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1240298

^ Excellent Post
Trench

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01/24/2011 01:34 AM
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Plus I've always preferred socialism to raw lawless greed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1241129
Stalinist Russia would make you sing a different tune..
“The difference between combat and sport is that in combat you
bury the guy who comes in second.”

"The more skills you have,the less shit you need"

Philosophy of Liberty: [link to illuminati-order.com]

email anytime: trenchhawk@gmail.com
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01/24/2011 05:19 PM
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Isn't G.E. setting up shop in China?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1239400

Exactly!
WTF is this Take That China BS?

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