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Mobile applications for smartphones, tablets and other gadgets can turn just about anyone into a citizen scientist.
App-equipped wireless devices give users worldwide the ability to act as remote sensors for all sorts of data as they go through their daily routines—whether it’s invasive garlic mustard weed in Washington State or red-bordered stinkbugs in Quintana Roo, Mexico.
“If they’re not going to be activist on the pro-life, they’re not going to be activist on the issue same-sex marriage because that’s an even further deviation from the Constitution beyond belief.” He also points out that Trump will need to fill additional vacancies for there to be any hope of overruling the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
“Just give the opportunity to fill those seats to someone who respects the Constitution and this razor-thin 5-4 decision on same-sex marriage, I think, will be in the same trash bin of history that Dred Scott found itself to be in when people began to wake up and have common sense,” Staver said.
Donald Trump made headlines Sunday, telling “60 Minutes” that he considered same-sex marriage settled law and had no plans to revisit it during his time in office, a statement that doesn’t appear to dampen the spirits of the overwhelming majority of evangelicals who backed the GOP nominee last week. They’ve been settled, and I’m fine with that,” Trump told CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl.
Liberty Counsel Chairman Mathew Staver told WND and Radio America he would not expect Trump to aggressively address the issue since he has spent so little time on it.
Smartphones can automate data collection and incorporate many important data-gathering functions—such as capturing images, audio and text—into a single tool that can “stamp” the date, time and geographic coordinates associated with an observation, says Alex Mayer, a civil and environmental engineering professor at Michigan Technological University.
Mayer is leading a project with Michigan Tech colleague Robert Pastel, an associate professor of computer science, and a group of students to develop new citizen science mobile apps.
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“I’ve been pleased with his position on appointing pro-life judges and justices and vetting them through the Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society. “That’s a huge deal, not just on the issue of life, but across the board.
You get the justice or judge that has a judicial philosophy to interpret the Constitution, rather than to create a brand new Constitution.” Trump actively courted the LGBT vote in the 2016 campaign.
“All our mobile apps are for the Android platform, since it’s open, so developers have more freedom,” Pastel says.
The popularity of data gathering by lay people, greatly facilitated by the ease and convenience of mobile devices, has helped entire communities dedicated to citizen science form around efforts like Marine Debris Tracker and Project Noah.