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Please add the facts that you know here. « injusticefacts 1Randomness Revisited Posted on May 25, 2011 by admin Thank you to all of you, including a Mathematics Ph.D., who have educated me on the randomness issue. My initial reaction that the results were not random was based on the unusual skewing of the results and the possibility that the results were manipulated, warranting further investigation. Please add the facts that you know here. « injusticefacts


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The OWS Library: What the Protesters are Reading Taking a step back and examining something as vibrant as the Occupy Wall Street protests is very difficult from a sociological or anthropological standpoint. It is like trying to pick up Jell-O with tweezers. The object of your interest is both amorphous and in a constant state of flux. This is made more challenging by the absence of concrete objectives in the movement itself. However, looking at the OWS library can provide some valuable insight into the movement and the motivation behind it. The OWS Library: What the Protesters are Reading