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We decided to give it a go anyway. We ran the text of the New York Times column through some writing enhancement software to identify the author’s stylistic traits (more on those later). The New York Times said the column was written by someone “in the Trump administration” – this could mean the White House, the Pentagon, the state department or any number of departments. So we ran a few weeks of statements issued by certain departments through the same software, to see which of those best matched the NYT column. We assessed only speeches or official statements attributed to a person that were pre-prepared and not off-the-cuff (this ruled out a lot of President Trump’s speeches). The NYT said the author was “a senior official” in the administration. Not all senior officials issue statements – many work behind the scenes, as this author may well do And yes, not all official statements are written by the officials themselves – this is why they have staff The column will have gone through the hands of New York Times editors, so we don’t know how closely the published column resembled what was submitted Having said that, opinion editor James Dao has said the submitted piece was well-written, telling the newspaper’s The Daily podcast : “I was really quite impressed by the clarity of the writing and by the emotional impact of the writing” It may even be possible that the newspaper chose to remove stylistic clues to the writer’s identity – they haven’t yet said if they did this or not We don’t know if the writer is male or female: in a tweet, the NYT referred to the author as “he” ; it then put out a statement saying the tweet “was drafted by someone who is not aware of the author’s identity” Our sample size is small and this is not a scientific method, so make of our conclusions what you will… Image caption Yes, we used good old fashioned pen and paper The software we used hones in on certain characteristics of writing style, including how often the writer repeats words, when they use rare words, how often and where they use punctuation, how many characters they use in each word, and how long their sentences are. Compared with most of the official statements and speeches we analysed, the New York Times column had a distinctive style (again, some of this could be down to the editing process). For a start, the average length of the sentences in the column is very low compared with government statements: only 19.3 words per sentence. Compare this with statements by Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Syria on 4 September (31 average words a sentence) and Mr Trump in a letter to the Senate on 28 August (30 words a sentence).
YouTube also quietly deleted more than a dozen other channels associated with Infowars for trying to circumvent its rules. Since then, Mr. Jones has made the companies a central theme of his near-daily show. In recent shows broadcast on his website, he has falsely accused YouTube and Facebook of being controlled by the Chinese government and assisting in an elaborate global conspiracy to control the world’s population. “It is a panopticonic, total internet-of-things-integration, global-social-score, complete command-and-control system,” Mr. Jones said three days after the ban. “It is the virtual-reality, A.I. weapon system now attacking the United States with traitors inside the major security agencies blocking Trump’s resistance of the program.” He added, “I have been chosen for destruction because I brought you this information.” Mr. Jones also directly appealed to Mr.
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A fire burns at the National Museum of Brazil on Sunday.CreditBuda Mendes/Getty Images Giovana Xavier, 39, a professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro’s Teachers College, remembers being dazzled by her first visit to the museum, when she was 5. Later, she took delight in taking her son. “For many people in my family, it was the first and only museum they ever visited,” she said. “Along with the museum’s collection, which is immeasurable, there is the important loss of building historical awareness in children.” Natan Campos, 37, a street sweeper who works at the park that surrounds the museum, said such calamities were the byproduct of the systemic neglect of cultural institutions in Brazil. “The corruption that affects our health, our education, makes me sick,” he said. “But the feeling I have about the museum is sadness. We are forgetting our history. This amplifies our ignorance.” Still, Mr. Kellner, the museum director, sought to find a whiff of hope in the resilience of the meteor known as Bendengó, which was among the few items spared.
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