Tie Breaker Test For A Recent Pole Shift.

There are several lines of evidence suggesting we had a recent pole shift.  But they are not decisive.  The biggest difficulty is imagining that the Antarctic ice managed to run ashore, and climb over the land.  We ought not consider this impossible.  After all ice tends to move like water but in slow motion.  But it is a bit of a difficulty just the same.  To me at least.  Someone who knows more about the specific mechanics involved might be able to explain this but probably wouldn’t, not wanting to besmirch his professional reputation.

But we have a tie-breaker because there is a great wad of ice at Greenland. Ice that is where it is not supposed to be.  And ice that ought not be particularly deuterium depleted if it has always been where it is now.

So the tie breaker would involve getting ice of various ages and finding out if there is a sudden downward drop in deuterium levels at a specific time period in the past.  The two most likely time periods for the pole shift are during the late bronze age collapse.  Or during the quaternary extinction event(s).  I think there were two events … one associated with the initial central galaxy impulse …. about 12,300 years ago.  And also another maybe 700 or so years later, and associated with the Vela supernova.  But we ought to be testing deuterium back maybe 20 000 years to see if this drop in deuterium, especially on the Southern East Coast of the greenland ice sheet, comes about.

If it does then this ice would become very valuable to the health of the humans on earth.  Because it would become the cheapest low-deuterium water available.  It could heal the mitochondria of everyone who could afford it.  Would be a wonderful thing.

Right at the moment the oligarchy are hiding our true heritage with a coverup to do with that part of Antarctica that is directly South of South America.  These are disgraceful hoarders of true history.  So while we want this low-deuterium ice for our health, we need it also, to reclaim our heritage.

64 thoughts on “Tie Breaker Test For A Recent Pole Shift.

  1. Lets get to know “The Good Judge” agent Mark Weinberg. Sterilised from his involvement in a faked incident, by way of being the only judge allowed to deliver a sane judgement in the Pell appeal case. Skip the first 5 minutes. Seems like a human being but still he’s definitely an op. in an outrageously corrupt system.

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  2. Turns out some sort of reforms were indeed necessary because Judge directions in Victoria were running out of control with a world record of 21 days instruction for juries. There is both good reasoning here and scary stuff as well. He seems to have streamlined things, but at the cost of being able to convict people on the basis of uncorroborated evidence. The classic bait and switch. So he’s actually been part of setting the Victorians up for the Pell travesty. Even though at appeal he’s sterilised himself from his role by being Mr Reasonable. Agent Reasonable here is the man at the ships wheel.

    Soon we will get to know the other two stooges, to see how they shape up against the good judge.

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  3. “I don’t see how someone can genuinely be found guilty beyond all reasonable doubt in relation to events alleged to have occurred 20 years just because a judge or jury found the complainant a reliable witness especially given the science on how poor people, including judges, are at detecting lies.”

    Hugo is empirically correct because considering the following; Even putting aside oligarchical influence and fakery, supposing that all this is ignored,. and we assume that Weinberg, is as he seems to be, a reasonable man. Well he is a reasonable man ….. And he had reasonable doubts.

    Now if while we were paying attention, this insular community of people with legal degrees …. have become akin to an Pharaonic priesthood, only accountable to themselves ….. and if they have decided that guilt beyond reasonable doubt, is no longer the standard, and truth and falsehood, is a kind of secondary concern ….. then we ought to be very serious about leaning on them to get their act together. Because this sort of thing doesn’t go on forever without a hard rain falling.

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  4. Jesus was by some theologians thought to be all human and yet simultaneously all God. Well you know. That sounds a bit like the bogus wave-particle duality. I have my own idea of science which could justify this. But I won’t extrapolate here. But we have another human being whom we have the full verified documentation for. She was like a cross between just a little girl and Cool Hand Luke.

    Luke was certainly a loser in any mainstream view of where he was at. But he exhibits a strength of human spirit that seems to shine even greater than with the more successful movie tough guys.

    But Joan is all Cool Hand Luke. Joan is all teenage girl simultaneously. And Joan is more successful than any movie tough guy that anyone has ever written into a Hollywood screenplay. And Joan is real. She is no fictional character. She is such a powerful exemplar that if you are theistically inclined and you want to stay that way, her example could help you shore up your belief in the Gods or if you wish, the one true God.

    Joan is my new Hero. Cardinal Pell is no Joan of course. Not even close. But if he can inherit just one scintilla of her spirit I hope he can stick it out, and avoid all attempts to murder him in prison.

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  5. Graeme Bird says:

    Who cares what Curly Larry and Moe think? Even the “good judge” is suspect. I would judge the judges and I would be a hanging judge of those judges, because the alleged “good judge” presided over a fake event not long ago. The “good judge” was integral to changing the law in Victoria. The Victorians are completely corrupt. The “good judge” who pretended to make an independent assessment was actually crucial to changing the rules such that an uncorroborated claim could be deemed as evidence. These people are just a joke despite their honorary degrees, position, praise and attention.

    Get closer to the problem Anthony. Just you and me and any evidence you can find. You will see that if this isn’t merely a Kangaroo court, still you are without any firepower to condemn our good good friend Pell, on the SPECIFIC activities alleged.

    You might be able to find 50 people on the basis of rumour that can place him as a kiddie-fiddler in the 80’s. I have no judgement on these matters. But I can assure you that you cannot find evidence for him being guilty of the specific claims attributed to him. I am used to the pros getting it wrong. Thats nothing new. Economists believing in the Keynesian multiplier and Physicists believing in space bending. Stupidity in the professions is old hat.

    But you want to put a friend of ours in prison, you want to put a good man in prison, you better not be naive about the inherent flaws of professionalism. George Bernard Shaw said that:

    “All professions are conspiracies against the laity.”

    That they are. That they are. And this alleged “Good Judge” is part of the corruption like everyone else in the republic of Victoria; Too cold to grow bananas.

    This is a banana republic this is a disgrace. And this idea that there were two evil judges and one good judge has got to be sent to the fires also. The good judge is a collaborator. They all have to be considered agents until proven otherwise.

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  6. It does herald serious damage to our legal system. Certainly it shows Victoria to have the legal system of a banana republic.

    Because the so-called “Good Judge” was the driving force behind changing the law in Victoria so you could be convicted on one persons say-so. He can be seen talking about how 30% of the people getting off on appeal was a big problem. There was a problem with the court cases taking too long, with two many appeals, and excessively long Judges instruction to the Jury. This was compared to other jurisdictions and found wanting. So they delivered this bait and switch and now you can be convicted on the sayso of an intelligence agent, a paid whore, or anyone at all, and if you then go away and investigate, finding the whores testimony is provably wrong, your appeal won’t be treated seriously.

    If you go and listen to the two evil judges, and the alleged one good judge, its just one of the evil judges talking. Its very evident that truth, falsehood, innocence and guilt are very far from her main concerns. So clearly the Victorian legal system has run right off the rails. To me its not even a place worth visiting that being the case. And I lived there for seven years. But I won’t visit there. Anyone or his Momma can accuse you of something and there is no recourse. No valid appeals process.

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  7. What is wrong with my black plague analysis? I was getting the barely reconstructed hillbillies off the hook? The loss of effective immune function in our ancestors and the 13 years of trees barely being able to grow at all …. this smacks of relentless cosmic rays penetration. Or perhaps sustained X-ray pollution or something of this nature. Its too good a fit for it to be a coincidence and so it would be even more of a coincidence to allege a conspiracy.

    Imagine getting a sick black rat with sick fleas to invade Europe. You lay him down on the shore and slap the sand behind him. And all he wants to do is lie down. Its not a credible story and in most other situations plagues are more local and often associated with sieges. They aren’t so constructed as to be able to travel that far and that fast.

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  8. Even though bad economic policy makes life for people at the bottom of society, life myself, oppressive and hopeless, still there is on great thing we have going on. We can sit in our bedroom and watch fabulous scientists like Eric Lerner giving these lectures.

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  9. Campo Italy. In the 14th century this was a small town but built up. The centre looked much the same but with countryside surrounding. Houses coming out from the centre linearly. Very cool. We want to build our populations up as a series of small towns like this. But is there room for gigantic high-rise? Yes I think gigantic skyscraper high-rise apartments close to every train station. Gigantic cheap parking hi-rise that doesn’t look anything like parking, right at the edge of town. Very cheap long-term car storage but a fee coming in and out.

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  10. Dude I was just about to suggest you could take the moderation off if you stopped lying about White nationalists and Muslims being the problem and stopped pretending that there isn’t third party rich guy funding here.

    You think that White Nationalists have a problem with this Muslim?

    You got to be tripping. This Muslim is a brother. And this enforced blog rule that we have to sit around believing that Antifa and Isis are unfunded organic movements …… There is something very psychopathic for you to insist on this, supposing you were brought up Catholic.

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  11. If after all alternative efforts are taking, it turns out that being gay or carrying some other development disorder, amounts to being the best person that this individual can be, well so be it. But the natural way to happiness is boy meets girl, they work as a team, they have children, and when they are older it dawns on the kids to be grateful to their parents and now the parents become much beloved grandparents and so forth.

    I had a developmental disorder that damaged my capacity to have a family and that was ADD and then later various other problems. Should a fat girl have fat pride and stay fat? An ADD person have ADD pride and not work with diet and other methods to not overcome this? Should a person with Tourette syndrome not attempt to work around this problem?

    So much pain and suffering has come about by not calling this problem what it is. Its a developmental disorder. If it cannot be fixed or ameliorated then maybe you’ve got to take on the life-style that goes with it. But this pretence that its not a disorder is the heartbreak of millions.

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  12. When it comes to human sacrifice, the Aztecs are gone, but the Jews are with us still. Note also how France has been subjected to a Church been burned down every odd month for awhile leading up to the Notre Dame fire. But here we see who has form when it comes to destroying old Mosques and Churches. Note also the shared hatred for our archeological paternity with ISIS. I hope there is no-one out there who still does not know that ISIS is a Jew front group.

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  13. Its a beautiful building alright. Its just so structurally “real”. Where is it? We have some of these close to where I am. But we have so many disappointments. Now that I have developed an eye for these things I feel bad about these rectangular openings.

    Rectangular doors and windows are almost okay with wood. Not quite but almost. They can never be acceptable with stone or bricks. And their ought not be bricks at the top of the arch. Because the entire magic of it is that granite WILL NOT BE COMPRESSED. A good piece of granite can take all the force from above not matter what. For practical purposes infinite force can be directed into that point.

    The arch focuses that force INTO THE KEYSTONE. So at least the keystone ought to be granite or quartz or something else awesome.

    But then forces are equal and opposite. So lets get our keystone right, then the forces get angled outwards and down. But once the keystone is right, good, and true, it becomes an artistic consideration how we then morph to lighter, and less expensive stones, and then also to non-stone materials in the rest of the structure. Lets at least get the arch and the keystone right.

    Now it might be if a colourblind Philistine such as myself were to try it on I’d make a garish mess of it. But I think we need this experimentation of using multiple materials for the one structure. So the arch is strong, it needs a good quality stone where the keystone is, but we need much of the building to have lighter materials. We need reinforced concrete to take the building really high.

    How do we combine all these elements in such a way as to uplift the people when they see it every day? How do we seamlessly integrate what might be expected to result in a Frankensteinian disaster that will make all the children seasick?

    I don’t think people are experimenting enough with this stuff. There just isn’t the attention to detail. People think that research and development always has to be in Silicon Valley and it has to be digital. No way. We have so much of the old stuff that we need to get right for a change.

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  14. To me the idea of targeting third party civilians in a dispute is so horrifying that I now hate Winston Churchill, Hitler and Eisenhower as well. Hitler for his murdering of millions of civilians in the Soviet Union. Non-Russian non-Jewish Soviet minorities. The same people Stalin was killing, therefore showing they had the same bosses. I was livid with Catallaxy that they were still okay with the carpet bombing of German civilians. I couldn’t think of a greater crime against humanity than that. So if Islam were targeting third party innocents and if white nationalists were doing so also, this would be the cause of a lot of emotionally incoherent displays of anger against these people. Even from me.

    But we both know they aren’t doing it. You don’t have the data. Just like for the global warming fraud you don’t have the evidence that this is happening.

    Real physics tells us that planets aren’t suitable for the existence of intelligent life for very long. There is only a window lasting tens of millions of years and not hundreds of millions of years. For our species to survive we cannot be tolerant of third party human sacrifice. We need to know that only regime leadership and military targets are valid. Nuclear weapons are only valid at sea because the water is a great shock absorber and you need to stop the massing of forces as in an Inchon landing or a D-Day invasion. They really don’t have any other valid applications except for immoral planning where people aren’t willing to make alternative investments decades in advance.

    So you must not keep supporting false flag terrorism by blaming the patsies in these situations. If you were brought up as a Catholic you must see what this is simply not acceptable on any moral level. Its not in keeping with the proud intellectual heritage of your paternity.

    Real physics tells us that planets grow to gas giants and then onto stars. That means only just war theory can lead to the survival of the species, which means that the saviour of Christianity is the saviour of us all because just war theory comes directly out of his teachings. The false flag terrorist attack has to be the ultimate evil in this framework. What could be more wicked? Better to die with a millstone around your neck, sinking down to the Mariana Trench, than to be going out of your way to defend the practice. Because thats what you are doing. To go with the story of the terrorists, consistently, virulently and every single time … How could you defend this practice any more strongly? And how do you explain building 7 under your anti false flag idiocy?

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  15. Thats not Sinclairs great crime. If Islam supported human sacrifice, as you yourself contend, then of course we should be dubious about it. The real problem is that Sinclair quickly wipes criticisms of the community of the rabbinical persuasion. It is not his tolerance of the criticism of Muslims that makes Sinclair a racist. Its his instant censoring of any anti-Jewish comments … Thats where he is a confirmed racist.

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  16. You won’t have many buildings like this in Queensland. But actually they are quite common in the Southern Highlands. But your building is exceptionally beautiful because there is nothing obviously wrong with it. Yes I would rather the keystone was always granite and that incredible artistic sensibility was channelled to bring this in line with all the brick. But aside from this carping your building is beautiful because it is excellent.

    But take the town hall of Picton. Its got arched windows … But then its got rectangular windows. Why? Why pollute a fine design by bringing rectangular brick into it?

    The Picton Town Hall has got great arches, particularly the doorway arch. But then its got two arches that could have only been held together by the mortar because they were too flat. They are too flat as judged by the human eye. What do you think has happened to them? It was a disgrace from the start, and the immorality was central to the original design. So what happened to the two excessively flat arches?

    Well one of them is still all brick. And they have a metal triangle holding up the brick keystone region. Its an eyesore. And completely unnecessary because the arch was too flat. Now the other flat arch isn’t supported by a metal triangle. No no. It already broke down and so they went with restoring it with the highest quality rock they could find. But the shape of the arch was wrong from the start and I would say that FOR THE KEYSTONE, and for a few rocks around the keystone …. the best quality rock ought to have been used from the getgo. It might amount to three exquisitely shaped and placed stones. Is that too much to ask?

    But further South, you do find buildings where its all brick, all good arches, and nature doesn’t lie. Immediately we recognise the truth and beauty of it.

    So we beat you Queenslanders because we have quite a few buildings of this sort. But you have a win up there, because your one is the more perfect exemplar of anything that I’ve seen so far. But we even have train stations that come pretty close.

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  17. “I will take the assessments of respected science institutions like the Royal Society and US National Academy of Science over any blog comments and strongly recommend anyone with doubts to look to them.”

    A bunch of clowns. They don’t have the evidence. They don’t have the data. If they did I would have found it by 2008. But if we can get good data then we can have an understanding over whether the extra CO2 cools a little bit, or warms a little bit. But you cannot make judgements without good data. Particularly not with rigged data. And before this very morning I didn’t have good data, neither did you, and even now we don’t have enough of it.

    “Drier and hotter is NOT a good combination.”

    Try drier and colder. Thats what is barrelling down on us for the 2030’s. But on the other hand you are right to worry about bushfires in a high CO2 environment. Because the CO2 makes the plants grow faster. We have to be able to manage public land better than we are doing. Goats with mobile electric fences, fallen wood harvesting and so forth. Bad analysis leads to poor decision-making by your local council. Who ought to have had the programs necessary to clear up the excess fuel.

    In California the Governor built a high-speed rail, but didn’t fix the excess fuel situation and so he got wildfires. Good rail is important but high-speed rail is a vanity. How did the Governor react to his negligence? He blamed it all on “climate change” by which he means growing CO2 levels. And of course there is this scintilla of truth to what he is saying but this cannot excuse his negligence. But the idea is not to prematurely declare the end of coal. The idea is to fix the excess fuel problem. If you fix the problem you get a net gain from the extra growth. A net gain is normal from extra plant growth but it all goes up in flames if you are going to be negligent about it.

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  18. Modern corporations are just like Stalin’s Communist party. The communist Congress is the shareholders meeting. They appoint a central committee, which is like a non-executive directors board. The politburo is like the executive board. This has nothing to do with Misean Praxeology, natural law, or anything that could justify Randian social ethics. We need serious business reform. Misean reasoning is flawless but it doesn’t conform to anything we have on the fly right now. Its not just about another tax cut Sinclair. We must get money right. Corporate law right. Business ecology right. We have to be serious about these things.

    Whose poking who? Things are upside down. Its not good enough for Australians. Australians deserve better.

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  19. “Summits with terrorists have been held before at Camp David.

    Arafat comes to mind.”

    If you haven’t figured out that Arafat was an Israeli asset its not time for your second pair of bootees.

    “Iran has been at war with the US, along with arguably being the world’s greatest supporter of terrorism, since 1979.”

    Completely delusional. Coming as it does out of some terrorist yahoo’s mouth. Netanyahoo’s mouth in fact. Get better sources. Don’t believe everything a yahoo says. He’s just a rabbi selling donut holes to the children.

    Because some vampires want to mass-murder Persian children, there will be a continuous drumbeat of fake events and false flags, where it is claimed or insinuated that Iran did it, as a lead up to the mindless slaughter. We saw it all before didn’t we? With the lying claims that Syria used chemical weapons for example.

    So they’ve got this drumbeat going, and they’ve got to keep the incidents pretty small and drop the accusations after a little while, so that no one allegation is investigated in any real depth. Or else these bloodsuckers will get caught. Sooner or later Iran will retaliate for real, and then the pent up fury will justify another small children carrion production machine. Look around and see who likes killing unarmed children and there is your culprits.

    So its just this drumbeat drumbeat drumbeat from the usual suspects. Not Iran. Its never been Iran. And you won’t find a major terrorist attack from Iran that has any real data behind it. Its just some Yahoo talking.

    Saudi Arabia sets the price for oil. But only in the same way as London sets the price for Gold. They don’t have the capacity to vary the production, the way they could back when Reagan got them to help him bankrupt the Soviets. The wells don’t have that sort of pressure any more. The shutdown will probably actually let these oil wells build up pressure, as well as give the Sauds and Americans a better price, and maintain the illusion that the Sauds are calling the shots with oil price.

    So in reality the damage is tiny to the Sauds. The incident was designed to not hurt any of the actual culprits, and the photos show what amounts to four scratches.

    Here is sane commentary on the this incident. Its not going to be the last incident. Unless the great negotiator springs peace on us prior to the next election in a similar way as what he did with North Korea.

    Trumps real estate negotiating tactics are nasty stuff. Pretty disgraceful really. Sanctions can do as much damage as nukes. But the thing is these tactics actually work. So one hopes that Trump wraps up this deal BEFORE the election while he is still in control.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/DwIBEkOcWqC4/

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  20. What a completely ridiculous link KT2. The University of Michigan has not provided evidence for CO2-warming in that link. Its merely reinforcing the prejudice that the CO2-warmers do not know what evidence is. They actually have no understanding of what constitutes scientific evidence.

    In other prior ages in earth history cold eras were associated with high CO2 levels, hot times were associated with high CO2 levels and so forth. Also there is the trivial understanding that if the oceans heat up they will release a great deal of CO2 hence it would be surprising if heating didn’t lead to higher CO2 levels. It would be so surprising it would imply less extensive oceans.

    I think you true believers need to look at yourselves and think “Good Lord. I don’t know what evidence is” and then try and come to grips with the basics. Here you are attempting to be arbiters of science when you don’t know what evidence is. Thats ridiculous.

    In an era of population overshoot, combined with decades long energy stress, and global cooling clear through mid-century, we really need the CO2 levels up at 700 parts per million. If we don’t have that we are going to be in a lot of trouble. In fact we aren’t going to get to those levels so its going to be a hard time for us. We could have coasted through these world-wide problems here in Australia, but we’ve had excessive immigration, we’ve damaged our grid, we’ve allowed our finance system to hurt exports generally, so we’ve become too dependent on coal exports. So we are in a great deal of trouble like everywhere else. This is not the time to wean off hydrocarbons. Its about two generations too early. But I agree the energy diversification should start now. The reason being because energy diversification takes so long.

    Thats what came out of the energy economics paper I studied in 1985. It was under a renowned Indian Professor and there were only about six people in the class. What came out of it was the very slow substitution rates away from the primary source of energy. Completely different from other areas of economics. Anyone hoping that we will get it done by the 2030’s hasn’t specialised in the field. We should be very patient and we ought to be thinking more about the 2080’s as the decade where we may be less dependent on coal. Not the 2030’s. Thats why I don’t like to see so much coal exported. Except where diplomatic and humanitarian factors come into play. We ought not hurt our good relations with the Japanese or risk a Chinese invasion. We ought not completely deprive the Indians of coal. But we can still at least slow down the exports some because we need to burn more coal at home.

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  21. If we ever get to the perfect Misean/Georgist minarchy, depending on how we get there, then yes that will be economic justice.

    But everybody knows that the dice is loaded, everybody ROLLS with their fingers crossed, everybody knows that the war is over, everybody knows that the good guys lost. Everybody knows that the fight was fixed, the poor get poorer the rich get rich.

    We know that now don’t we? The finance system has corrupted the corporate system, and this has corrupted everything else. Amongst my group I have to say that the fellow I thought was my student, Fisky, got the reality test first, then me, and now I think Genghis is onto it. Now everyone knows.

    But see the great Jewish songwriters, the really good guys, knew ahead of us. The Jews are our enemy and the saviour of Christianity has told us we need to love our enemies. But so many of our Jewish friends were never our enemies. They were our brothers from the start. So we must be patient and win this thing through building coalitions.

    Today Frank from national Tiles was still showing gullibility that mass immigration was still benign. Even though we are far into the Malthusian side of the spectrum. That spectrum that has Malthus on one side, and Julian Simon on the other. I wish we were still towards the Julian Simon side of the spectrum. But thats a fantasy. Fisky got there before me and so I’m going to have to destroy him in an armwrestle the next time I see him.

    To wipe this egg off my face.

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  22. Birds new law of economics: The Curse Of The Economists; Their correct theories are always unwound by the turn of events right about the time their ideas are presented.

    You find the greatest scholars are undermined almost as soon as their gear gets out there. Malthus was a great economist. Yes he did screw up with his proto-Keynesian stuff. But his Malthusian thinking was correct right up until the time he went and published it. As if affected by a curse, he was shown to be “wrong” by the extraordinary efforts of Celtic peoples either side of the Scottish English border who kicked off the Industrial Revolution.

    Julian Simon and Thomas Sowell are also great scholars. Working with the data of his youth, with the experience of the 50’s and 60’s Thomas reversed his earlier Marxism and became a great and deep thinker for free enterprise in America. Right at about the time that free enterprise in America was slowly starting to degrade.

    Everything Julian Simon said was perfectly correct .. right up until just about the time he said it. Then it started unwinding. And now with every year that goes by things are shifting back towards Malthus. Now we want to get back in the Julian Simon world. But we are not there now. And we are not getting back there until late century, and only if we don’t collapse. This almost seems to be a law of economics. That the best economists are unwound by changing conditions right about the time that they get their ideas out there. Milton Friedman’s pure monetary theories were undermined by the explosion of debt and the changing banking conditions, just as one more “for instance.”

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  23. Originally Answered: What’s the difference between Bigfoot and a Yeti?
    The two creatures are likely to be very closely related;

    Footprint evidence and eyewitness descriptions show the American Bigfoot and the Chinese Yeren to be the same creature. Also there is a very good match between the Russian Alma and the supposedly extinct Neanderthal. The Yeti is likely related to one or the other of these two species and more likely the Yeren.

    The Brown Bear and the Polar Bear are thought to have diverged from a common ancestor 400 000 to 500 000 years ago, with some intermixing in the interim. But if the Yeti diverged from the Yeren, the time period is likely to be far more recent. The reason being is that the divergence is almost definitely to do with being forced into niches where they could maintain superiority over the humans. Such niches would have become less extensive and less-inherently-attractive as the humans became more powerful and numerous.

    The American Sasquatch habitat is between 1600 and 3200 feet above sea level, in areas of dense bush and high rainfall. The survival mechanism for hominids, once homo-sapien came on the scene, was to go to the dense bush and get used to being nocturnal. In so doing they likely lost the capacity to fashion even the crudest tools, or to leave fossils.

    Humans lack the relative strength of the primates. But the hominids have maintained this strength and are still of large stature. At least in North America we can see a good reason for this. One would need to maintain such huge strength as is necessary not to be concerned about bears. In North America Sasquatch and Bear territory is pretty much the same territory, but the bears are more daytime beasts. No bear in his right mind would disturb the far more powerful Sasquatch, even if he were sleeping.

    The Yeti has gone for an even more difficult niche. They have settled for the upper Montane forest areas of the Himalayas. And when they cross between such niches they do so over the mountain rather then under the forest. So they are seen infrequently crossing the snow-covered mountains between these niches.

    The large intelligent hominid with huge muscular strength is a very successful model for an organism, and would work well in many more fruitful niches. But clearly it is we who have sent these hominids into the outer dark of the thick forests, and into the habit of nocturnal life. The very reason why the existing hominids are so elusive, and their habitats seem so improbable, is that our ancestors sent them to places where one would rather not try and make a fist of things.

    ‘Well, as of October, yeti is officially a species of prehistoric bear. I suppose it’s only a matter of time before the North American bigfoot is determined to be a bear, too.’

    Here Gregory is calling case closed on the basis of a story that is truly wild. In this story a hair is taken from a mummified bear …. a bear that is believed to be extinct, but was somehow mummified. And yet this mummified bear was believed to be a mummified Yeti by mistake.

    Anyway in this story a Frenchman no-one knows took this hair from the mummified extinct bear no-one has seen and it is this hair that has landed up in the hands of a distinguished geneticist.

    Obviously the story is ridiculous but it illustrates two points.

    1. We can always count on extreme science fraud when it comes to the shoring up of a pet mainstream scientific view-point.

    2. The fix is in when it comes to people providing static in order to undermine the evidence that is out there for hominids. No amount of bear hair can make the evidence for hominids go away. So I suggest skepticism be applied and care be taken when you see these stories about bear hair with dubious chains of custody.

    Gregories link really is the most ridiculous thing I have seen in a long time. Has anyone else EVER heard of a mummified bear. Extinct or otherwise.

    Its not hard to spot an area of study wherein the oligarchs have made up their mind as to their strategic position. Note the abuse the poor DNA tester has been subject too. She’s lucky. Lloyd Pie was less lucky.

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  24. Bigfoot has purely human mitochondrial DNA. There is no doubt bigfoot exists. For starters he’s been captured on film, seen many times, his tracks are found every year, he has counterparts on other continents, and so forth.

    Such fraudsters as do try and mock up a set of tracks are easily discovered and don’t pose a problem for those who have the capacity to analyse tracks. The fraudsters usually have these crude carved wooden foot shapes. But these cannot be used to make a set of tracks that are going to fool anyone and no such tracks have ever taken anyone in. Since the information doesn’t come from a single impression, but from analysis of a set of tracks. People standing there with a couple of carvings aren’t going to fool anyone, since you would need all sorts of carvings to try and fake up all sorts of articulations of the foot leaving many kinds of impressions on the ground. There is an whole science to the analysis of tracks called ichnology but those who choose to ignore Sasquatch evidence are asking us to pretend that such analysis does not exist.

    For the people who get upset over the existence of Sasquatch to make a serious case they would need to bring forth an alternative hypothesis and flesh it out, since they would need to explain their belligerent aversion to the evidence.

    ‘I’m a hunter who has spent many seasons in deep brush hunting deer. American white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), are found in the eastern portion of the United States, mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) are spread over most of the western half of the country. While they are abundant, they are quite a challenge to hunt.’

    Does the hunter have night vision, and can he smell the sleeping animals. You see an intelligent hominid who is nocturnal has a great many advantages in some habitats.

    ‘If we assume the creature is a hominid of some sort, supporting a mass over double that of the largest human, it would consume thousands and thousands of calories a day. Where would the creature derive such a calorie-laden diet? Foraging? Perhaps, if that meant foraging at a McDonalds or a Blimpie. Highly unlikely, as of last report, bigfoot has not been sighted at either place.’

    There really is no telling the diet of animals until you find them and study what it is they eat. But note here Wills thinking. The big bear gets along okay. Stupid that he is, and less physically adept then a bipedal hominid. The bear somehow finds enough calories, but Will suggests that he has figured out that the Sasquatch cannot. The Bear can cut it, but Will gives the Sasquatch, with its many advantages, the thumbs down.

    Will seeks to make the Sasquatch evidence go away by the power of his skepticism to do with finding a good lot of food in the woods. Yet many animals find a lot to eat in the woods, and Will doesn’t need to detail their cleverness in finding food in these cases.

    Bigfoot has 100 per cent human mitochondrial DNA. This is not a fact complementary to our mothers, sisters, daughters and girlfriends but science is science.

    Now this video is a really important scoop. And the science mafia will not take this lying down. Presentations and presenters of this sort tend to disappear. My advice is for everyone to listen to this presentation as soon as they can, because it will not be around forever. And these sorts of test results may explain the frantic behaviour of Gregory, my current spammer, who seems to be manning the hominid desk this month.

    Just by the way, and this is not all that important actually. But this is the first video since the Patterson film, wherein we have confirmed bigfoot creatures on video footage. That is not actually that important. But some of you may regard it to be so. You have new bigfoot individuals available on video, on this youtube.

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  25. Many years ago I put this post on quora. I know I’m right about this. I’ve tried to find anyone in the last 30 years who have discovered this. I believe its original to me, at least in the modern era. Of course I’ve been posting it everywhere under many different names.

    “John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 10, 2014 · Author has 137 answers and 27.6k answer views
    The rotational pattern demonstrates that the sun never lost its oceans. Inside the gas layer an oceanic body spins faster and is more oblate.

    The evolution of the sun from gas giant would lead to highly isotopic water near the limits of pressure and heat near the surface. The potential for energetic phase change should be apparent from the implied instability of the scenario.

    So far this is the only model which looks like it may explain instabiliy, the rotational anomaly and the orbit of Mercury.

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  26. The American State Department in co-operation with other criminals, not excluding Israel, staged a coup. They had done a trial run in Thailand a couple of years earlier. You bus people in to protest from out of town and then you have troublemakers in both camps. But in Thailand it was just a dry run.

    Victoria Nuland admitted to a 7 billion investment in the coup. This was blood money involving snipers murdering civilians.

    A largely Jewish operation, The coup was brought in using cover from allegedly anti-semitic groups which is a long-standing tactic.

    Victoria is wife to Robert Kagan and daughter in law of superb Classics scholar Donald Kagan. So it was shocking to discover her demonically in her element running this bloodstained and despicable enterprise. You see she was busted with a smoking gun when a phone-call to the Ambassador was taped and the tape released.

    I kept thinking “What would Donald Say?”

    It’s like you cannot trust anyone. This was terrorism openly revealed. Victoria Nuland is a terror master.

    Not figuratively and not as metaphor.

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  27. What are the disadvantages of the quantity theory of money.

    John Christoff Marie

    1. V is only determined after the fact.

    2. If you are talking the US they distort P

    3. Debt repayment is like an alternative flow of spending not appreciated in the formula hence large increases in M are not getting the price rises you would expect.

    4.Y is assumed to be GDP but GDP is an highly netted figure.

    5. As for 3. When it comes spending on shares, options and other derivatives.

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  28. How does one explain in layman’s terms the exact concept of time slowing down for a moving object as compared to a stationary object?

    John Christoff Marie

    You explain it as a con job. As something mandated precisely because it can never be true under any circumstance. As a technique calculated to inhibit real answers and authentic understanding. As a deliberate and calculated brain drain.

    You flying away from earth is no different than the earth flying away from you. Velocity is purely relative and therefore cannot be invoked as a lone causal agent EVER. To do so is to get in the way of finding the true cause, which is the purpose of the scam.

    Imagine a choir singing “nobody home” endlessly to Beethoven’s 5th. Eventually if they continue long enough, many people will be pummeled into believing nobody is home.

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    See if you can get a middle power to extend free coinage and printing of notes. That is all the foreign aid you will ever need. Don’t make the notes legal tender. Rather maintain and increase their value purely as tax vouchers.

    You want big copper coins, small silver coins and small gold bars. In the longer run you want as many different types of metal money, but pure one thing or another, some of them laminated. You can use platinum, palladium, titanium, chromium, tungsten.

    Outlaw fractional reserve banking. Regulate and police vigilantly against this practice with great redundancy.

    Only allow foreigners to act in your country as individuals or sole traders. No NGO’s. No companies. No real estate millionaires. But apart from real estate, make it sole trader heaven for foreigners who are from countries without an oppressive secret service.

    Get money right and protect from subversion and you won’t be poor a long time.

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  30. Assuming God exists, how did he come into existence? (Kindly read the details)

    He would have to come from reproducable anti-entropy. Same as everything else.

    When the big bang creation myth was first publicised the timing and marketing was such as to make theists feel good about matters. After all wasn’t it kind of eeire that ‘science’ was mimicking Genesis so faithfully?

    The science maffia is nothing if not patient and strategic. From the theists point of view the big bang lie has been a psychological bait and switch. But it is an example of science fraud that demoralises all of us. Atheist and Theist alike.

    But if cosmology is based on reason we would be advised to give a starting age for our universe as a trillion to the power of a trillion years old, just for arguments sakes.

    Once we do this that leaves serious time for evolution, the rise of a deity and spirituality, and it leaves a.more hopeful universe for natural atheists.

    The big bang fraud is demoralizing for everyone across the board. Which is how it was designed to be.

    With an old enough universe God could evolve out of the randomness that lead to reproduceable-anti-entropy. In other words in an ancient universe God could arise out of the same processes that produce reality as we know it.

    We cannot get reality until reproduceable anti-entropy emerges from the flux.
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    Are Ukrainians happy with the revolution and the new government?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The American State Department in co-operation with other criminals, not excluding Israel, staged a coup. They had done a trial run in Thailand a couple of years earlier. You bus people in to prot…(more)
    What would happen if we changed the mass of earth?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The mass of earth is growing continually. Gravity increases along with this growth. One result is that land animals are getting smaller after peaking during the dinosaur area.
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    What would be considered as ‘logical proof’?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Strictly logical proof comes easily when logical impossibilities have beem advovated. For example conservation of matter can be summarily dismissed on logical grounds sine if it were true there wou…(more)
    If there is a war between two countries, both equipped with nuclear warheads, and if country X doesn’t fire a nuclear warhead on country Y, then is it safe to say Y will also not fire a nuclear warhead on X?

    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    No since both countries may be under effective control of the same criminals. This is empirically verified. The US has not retaliated against Israel for its role in the 9/11 nuclear attack. Israe…(more)
    Was the United States government behind 9/11?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The elites that control the US government were behind this nuclear attack.
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    How do you argue against 9/11 conspiracy theorists?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Why argue when you know its a nuclear attack? Check the stable isotope ratios.
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    How did WTC 7 collapse?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why did building 7 collapse on 9/11?
    Like the two towers, and building 6…… Building 7 was demolished with a nuclear weapon.

    Anyone can confirm this by comparing stable isotope ratios to background.
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    Which is the worse atrocity: 9/11 or Hiroshima/Nagasaki?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Which is a worse atrocity: 9/11 or Hiroshima/Nagasaki?
    They were both nuclear attacks. The first was a worse crime when done. But if possible 9/11 was far more evil and racist in intent. With much worse longer term consequences.

    Total proof of the nuclear nature of the attack can be confirmed by anyone at all. It just takes a willingness to look at the stable isotope ratios.
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    How does a Boeing 757 crash into the Pentagon and only leave a hole that size?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: How does a commercial 757 crash into the Pentagon and only leave a hole this size?
    In all cases the holes were made by missiles. In one case they had to quickly put a computer image of a plane over the missile to try and obscure the missile.
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    Why did the attacks on 9/11 happen?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why did 9/11 occur?
    It was an unprovoked nuclear attack in order to justify further unprovoked attacks. It was motivated by pure malicious evil and lust for power.
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    Did America overreact to the September 11 attacks when seemingly appropriate governmental and societal regulations and norms, respectively, were already in place at the time?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Did America overreact to the September 11 attacks?
    The people doing the reacting were the people who were involved in the nuclear attack in the first place. So the answer is yes. You see it wasn’t a reaction. It was all an act of unprovoked aggression.
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    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    What nuclear attack?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    9/11 was a nuckear attack. We know this with 100% certainty from the USGS stable isotope survey which shows extra neutrons punched into the dust. Two thirds of the expected rubble was missing in the two towers and building 7. And building six had its centre vapourized.

    Check it out. The proof is TOTAL.
    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    Ok thanks for telling us.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Great. Refreshing reaction.
    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    ok thanks for telling us
    Can one call the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki terrorist attacks?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Yes these were war crimes and definitely a form of terrorism.
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    What’s your most rigorous argument that something exists, as opposed to the alternative, things don’t exist?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: What’s your most rigorous argument that something exists rather than nothing?
    Knowledge doesn’t come out of bivalent deductive exactitude, But rather from convergent evidence. Evidence for reality assaults us every waking momentt. But we cannot conjure a reality merely from getting our syllogisms perfectly arranged.
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    Greg Sunderland
    Greg Sunderland
    Nov 20, 2014
    Use of evidence requires a theory for its use. Are you assuming that you are not in some kind of conspiracy like The Truman Show or The Matrix? Are you assuming that you are not dreaming? Are you assuming that reality is comprehensible by humans? How do you justify those assumptions?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    I assume that I am in such a conspiracy. But one doubts that rich slobs can control reality the way they control the public mind.
    Greg Sunderland
    Greg Sunderland
    Nov 24, 2014
    Do you have a rigorous argument that shows that there is no conspiracy to control reality, one that does not assume existence a priori? If not, then you can’t use observations to justify existence. To do so is already to assume that an observer exists, making the argument circular.
    What are some of the drawbacks of the quantity theory of money: MV = PY?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    1. V is only determined after the fact.

    2. If you ate talking the US they distort P

    3. Debt repayment is like an alternative flow of spending not appreciated in the formula hence large increases in M are not getting the price rises you would expect.

    4.Y is assumed to be GDP but GDP is an highly netted figure.

    5. As for 3. When it comes spending on shares, options and other derivatives.
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    Which gas creates the most lift?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Hydrogen, if you are talking as in a balloon or a blimp. I think this gas may have been unfairly maligned as a lifting gas and one suspects that hydrogen blimps and balllons are likely under-utilized.
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    Scott Young
    Scott Young
    It does have a difficulty with diffusion through a lot of materials. This adds to the cost of us…
    Is philosophy a science?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Philosophy is historically all of science less those subjects that have been cast off as specialisations. Philosophy is what is left over from that process, which is like a division of labour. Aristotle started off as a biologist I think. But today philosophy would only barely touch on biology.
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    Why do you eat meat?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why do people need to eat meat?
    I can only tell you why I eat more meat than I would prefer or believe to be ethical.

    1. Proper milk is outlawed or made hatefully expensive.

    2. I have no faith in the nutrient-value of commercially grown vegetables.

    If you cannot get nutrient-dense vegetables then meat makes a lot of sense.

    Our food quality is at crisis levels. Mono-culturalists adjust soil oH. They chuck some phosphate, fixed nitrogen and various poisons everywhere. But no minerals. They breed for shelf life and glossiness. The food value is questionable and has to be presumed near absent.

    We ought to be having seaweed enhancement to soil s a normal basic requirement. Everywhere we ought to be taking pride in soil quality. Bar room brawls should break out over which town has the best soil.

    You solve these problems and I for one will only eat small amounts of meat.
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    Quora User
    Quora User
    Jun 6, 2018
    Can you be specific about the nutrients you are referring to?
    Why is the US so obsessed with Middle East oil when it has the country with the world’s second largest oil reserves right next to it (Canada)?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why is the US so obsessed with middle east oil when it has the country with the world’s second largest oil reserves right next to it (Canada)?
    Individuals make decisions not countries. Truly the last thing the oligarchy cares for is the welfare of the American people. Americas foreign policy is in aid of these parasitical welfare queens. It is not for the benefit of Americans.
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    Why does the universe exist? Why is there something rather than nothing?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why is there something rather than nothing?
    I shall try and avoid the usual ontological Anselm-esque jive by starting with a concrete incident in statistics class. Ivor got us trying to produce random dots on a piece of graph paper. We were asked to make these dots as randomly as we could contrive. He then handed out booklets filled with random numbers. We then did the exercise over using the random numbers for guidance. In every case, authentic randomness had the dots more bunched than any feeble attempt at randomness any of us had tried and failed at.

    So FLUX is natural. Reality must somehow flow out of the flux.

    Endless time and space can be taken for granted. But what is it that is fluxing such that reality can emerge out of it?

    What we need is two subsets of space such that when they meet they don’t pass through each other. One subset of nothing that will not pass through the other subset of nothing.

    To even get this far is pretty miraculous and I doubt we can go further back than this.

    So we have bubbles of nothing that don’t pass through each other. From here it may have developed in one of two ways.

    1. A three-dimensional aetheric cobweb may have formed first in which case the matter which came later is less substantial and in comparison like a ghost which moves through the aether. Or …..

    2. It could be the matter which is of greater substance and the aether more ethereal. When a neutrino passes through the earth is it the earth or the neutrino which is less substantial. If an arrow passes through a marshmellow we usually would think of the arrow as the more solid object.

    Whatever the truth from there combinations can come out of the flux over trillions of years. And some may be akin to matter as we know it. But it’s all for nought until the emergence of reproductive anti-entropy. Insofar as straight matter is concerned a form of matter must emerge that aids in the conversion of new matter. The proof is in the reality we see. Since all evidence shows earth to be growing and no evidence shows otherwise.

    It may have been a trillion to the power of a trillion years before a system of reproductive anti-entropy emerged. But matter must help create more matter or new matter creation would be a new miracle each day.

    The end.

    Or should I have said “The beginning.”
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    Can you name your heroes/idols or benevolent figures that have influenced you? What qualities in a hero are most admired?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Name your heroes/idols or benevolent figures that have influenced you? What qualities in a hero are most admired?
    George Reisman. Finally got economic science right. Loyalty. Truthfullnes. Sheer brain power.
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    How does one explain in layman’s terms the exact concept of time slowing down for a moving object as compared to a stationary object?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    You explain it as a con job. As something mandated precisely because it can never be true under any circumstance. As a technique calculated to inhibit real answers and authentic understanding. As a deliberate and calculated brain drain.

    You flying away from earth is no different than the earth flying away from you. Velocity is purely relative and therefore cannot be invoked as a lone causal agent EVER. To do so is to get in the way of finding the true cause, which is the purpose of the scam.

    Imagine a choir singing “nobody home” endlessly to Beethoven’s 5th. Eventually if they continue long enough, many people will be pummeled into believing nobody is home.
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    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    Odd, then, that time dilation can be, and actually has been, measured.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Not even once. No competent macro experiment ever. Nor would such an experiment ever be allowed to go ahead.

    And it would be pointless in any case since we already know it would fail.
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    Here you are, moron: just one of thousands of articles noting that time dilation has actually been observed.

    Time dilation
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Just wiki lying again. The con-artists have slown technology down. There has never been a persistent clock callibration problem.
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014 · 1 upvote from John Christoff Marie
    When did you lose your mind?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Don’t be an idiot Ed. Just admit that these snti-scientific conmen have stooged you.
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    Please just block users like this and don’t allow yourself to be provoked into violating Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy.

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    I like being an idiot.
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    This comment is a violation of Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    This comment is a violation of Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Is the Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu, good or bad?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    The most plausibly insincere psychopath we have seen on the world stage since WWII. After 9/11 he talked up a storm. It was as though he were advancing just war theory to an extent not seen for 100 years.

    It is no pleasure to have been made a fool of by this child-killer.
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    John Wayne
    John Wayne
    Jun 3, 2015
    Hamas is much worse: they don’t give their people any help and spend all the money they get from Qatar and the US on arms to blow up Israel. When Hamas shoots rockets at people of all ages at Israel, should Netanyahu defend his country or surrender?
    Hadia
    Hadia
    May 2
    Moral of the story: Treat people the way you want to be treated. Netanyahu kills innocent people of foreign countries, then doesn’t expect Hamas to kill his people?
    Imagine that you are a leader of a country that is facing extreme nationwide poverty. From which organizations would you seek assistance, and why? What kind of assistance could you expect to receive?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    See if you can get a middle power to extend free coinage and printing of notes. That is all the foreign aid you will ever need. Don’t make the notes legal tender. Rather maintain and increase their value purely as tax vouchers.

    You want big copper coins, small silver coins and small gold bars. In the longer run you want as many different types of metal money, but pure one thing or another, some of them laminated. You can use platinum, palladium, titanium, chromium, tungsten.

    Outlaw fractional reserve banking. Regulate and police vigilantly against this practice with great redundancy.

    Only allow foreigners to act in your country as individuals or sole traders. No NGO’s. No companies. No real estate millionaires. But apart from real estate, make it sole trader heaven for foreigners who are from countries without an oppressive secret service.

    Get money right and protect from subversion and you won’t be poor a long time.
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    If coils induce a magnetic field, then what do rotating galaxies induce?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    I don’t know if one can extrapolate the right hand thumb rule to galaxies.

    But then again; has anyone ever seen two spiral galaxies and one is sitting directly above the other? If this never happens it will be notable for its absence. We ought not rule your intuition out.
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    What is the root cause of all suffering?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Fractional reserve banking.
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    Was Rosetta worth the cost?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    The justification for these missions is the search for enlightenment. What do we now know more about comets after Rosetta?

    A hundred million dollars could have been used to attack NASA and the science maffia. There could be the general attack and a campaign specifically relating to comets.

    For decades now the liars have been trying to tell us that comets are snowballs. There has never been any snow, never been any balls, never been any snowball. No snow no ball no snowball.

    A lot more enlightment could have been had on the cheap.

    Next time save your fuel.
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    What’s the point in living? We’re all eventually going to die and be forgotten (even with a short-lived legacy of a famous luminary, the majority of us won’t become dignitaries). We can live to do something or for someone, but it seems senseless.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: What is the point of living when we all know that our ultimate destination is death? Isn’t it better to die today itself as it is a more efficient way of reaching our final destination?
    There is enough technology out there now to create a second stay at execution. Long enough to have us live forever. But this is denied to us by money maffia, science maffia division, office of medical secrets, lies and deceptions.

    So the idea is to get these weasals off our backs or die trying
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    Vijyes Yechuri
    Vijyes Yechuri
    Nov 19, 2014
    The medicine is to make genetic modifications so that the next generation can be immortal. But those who are already born can’t be made immortal. Also, making people immortal will lead to uncontrolled population.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    As important as genes are they can be over-rated. The task is to take ones 70 trillion cells and make 70 trillion better cells with them.
    Assuming God exists, how did he come into existence?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: Assuming God exists, how did he come into existence? (Kindly read the details)
    He would have to come from reproduceable anti-entropy. Same as everything else.

    When the big bang creation myth was first publicised the timing and marketing was such as to make theists feel good about matters. After all wasn’t it kind of eeire that ‘science’ was mimicking Genesis so faithfully?

    The science maffia is nothing if not patient and strategic. From the theists point of view the big bang lie has been a psychological bait and switch. But it is an example of science fraud that demoralises all of us. Atheist and Theist alike.

    But if cosmology is based on reason we would be advised to give a starting age for our universe as a trillion to the power of a trillion years old, just for arguments sakes.

    Once we do this that leaves serious time for evolution, the rise of a deity and spirituality, and it leaves a.more hopeful universe for natural atheists.

    The big bang fraud is demoralizing for everyone across the board. Which is how it was designed to be.

    With an old enough universe God could evolve out of the randomness that lead to reproduceable-anti-entropy. In other words in an ancient universe God could arise out of the same processes that produce reality as we know it.

    We cannot get reality until reproduceable anti-entropy emerges from the flux.
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    Larold Goodspeed
    Larold Goodspeed
    Mar 15, 2018
    Science mafia – Yes they came round to my fathers house who is a science teacher, told him to shut the fuck up, then gave him a revised version of the “truth” to teach. cos they are everywhere. Evil. Probably watching everything you do for some reason.

    You said – “But if cosmology is based on reason we would be advised to give a starting age for our universe as a trillion to the power of a trillion years old, just for arguments sakes.” No. Our observations of the universe show it not to be that old. This the view of experts that know far more about physics than you. Unless all of them have been victims of this science mafia. Cos that is such a realistic idea by you deserves attention. Clearly your not full of shit. But you clearly somehow know more than all of them, including my Dad who is not part of this science elite. But you obviously know better.

    The rest of what you say makes no sense. You clearly have no knowledge of actual physics or cosmology. Unless the science mafia got to every scientist who ever published a peer reviewed paper. And made them publish lies. Theism or Atheism has nothing to do with this argument of yours. You have produced one of the worst answers i have ever seen.

    But please present your actual evidence that backs up your point then I will consider it with an open mind. I’m not sure if you are too into this evidence thing though!
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    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Entropy is the tertestrial norm. Not disputing that. But in the wider sense synthropy sources must over-ride the ubiquitous entropy tendency or we would have nothing except perhaps space and maybe a slightly altered cosmological constant.

    So where is the anti-entropy? Once you decide that they must be there then you will be surprised at how close to home they are.

    If matter is conserved there could never be matter. So matter must be in constant creation. BUT WHERE??????

    Once you choose logic you will find the new matter production not a million miles away.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    Synthropy. Good term.
    Is it a neologism, or does it have a discipline behind it?
    In a closed system, the earth, there is adequate fuel for conservation of matter, but not for animation; for life.
    Entropy is a degrading force on earth.
    Synthropy implies a creative force, synthesis.
    Entropy can be calculated.
    I would argue that synthropy should also be quantifiable. It is visible, palpable and can be experienced daily.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Yes I got the word synthropy from quora. But from now on I think I’ll use my own phrase. Actually I will alter it a little bit;

    Reproductive Anti-Entropy.

    If you don’t have the above I say you cannot have a meaningful reality.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    Clearly.
    But there is so much more.
    It has limits, this reproductive anti-entropy. It begins at conception, ends at death.
    It grows, self feeds, self heals, self lubricates, moves, reproduces and dies.
    A beginning, middle and end.
    Quantifiable, Responding to the physical forces of the earth and planets.
    But then, does it matter? Will anyone see? Does anyone care?
    It seems like, that which is so obvious, so present, so palpable, should be universally recognized and understood. Yet people argue about such silliness… Living lives of quiet desperation.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    The quiet desperation is systematically engineered.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Yes experienced daily. Yes I think if we had an honest NASA ……… I think we would find that the moon/earth rotation was creating anti-entropy DAILY.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Mark it is not my intention to be cryptic. But too much to soon and you won’t get it.

    Earlier I answered a thread to do with the size of animals versus gravity. I had to choose the giraffe niche as the limiting niche. To my fortune another respondent seemed to know about giraffes. But the other gentleman could not handle what I said because he chose goose-stepping over logic. He asked me for a citation. Once you reject these clowns and start looking for the anti-entropy and the new matter ……. it all begins to jump out at you.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    As long as we stay on this line of reasoning, I am with you John.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    I am not attempting to be diplomatic here. If you are a strong Christian, whereas I am only culturally Chritian and a well-wisher of Christianty …… our joint interest lies in getting this anti-LOGOS science maffia off our backs. Probably after that we would part company until beer-o-clock. Or Guinness-O-Clock.

    Don’t get me wrong I like good theology.

    What I cannot abide is this third-rate theology posing as science.
    Do we accept the fact that every other person will die before we accept the fact that we will die?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    I don’t accept any of it. I am sick of going to funerals. Criminals like Kissinger and David Crockefeller just won’t die. Why won’t those evil bastards die?

    They have treatments that they have taken covert and had their minions ridicule and outlaw.

    So lets get those guys off our backs and help each other get the best treatments.

    No more funerals.
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    Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi
    Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi
    Sep 3, 2018
    David Rockefeller died on March 20, 2017 – just in case you didn’t hear.
    Why is deflation worse than inflation?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: Which is the greater economic evil? Inflation or deflation? Why?
    Deflation is more crippling because of the pre-existing debt burden and the associated high asset prices that we depend on.

    Otherwise inflation would be more damaging due to its deleterious effects on resource allocation.

    So it’s really the excessive debt that is the problem. It forces our hand into holding an inflation preference that makes mockery of the price systems resource allocation.

    David Hackett Fisher wrote an interesting book called “The Great Wave”. In this book we discover that rising real wages are usually associated with long periods of falling prices.

    Our generation of economists don’t associate these two because of the era between the end of WWII and Nixon cutting the last link with gold. This era was a rare case when higher real wages and rising prices were together.
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    James Lew
    James Lew
    May I ask why does inflation lead to bad resource allocation? Isn’t it just a price signal like d…
    Quantum physics, if “space-time” is wrong what could replace the idea?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    The first specific step is to bring back the luminiferous aether. The wider step is , with Intel-protection, have zero tolerance for crimes against logic in science. So no conservation of matter. No Einstein-coterie lies. No big bang science fraud.

    And no place on the public teat for anyone who advances logical impossibilities of these sorts.

    Once you cull science fraud and crimes against logic a lot of low-hanging fruit abounds.
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    When Americans landed on Moon, did they build any buildings up there?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    We don’t have that information. Since whilst Apollo was fraudulent, they may well have gone there under other technology.
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    How did Apatosaurus avoid getting neck pain? And what counterforce on the base of its neck was necessary in order to support its super-long neck?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Updated Nov 19, 2014
    The short amswer is that it took a much smaller planet with a lot less gravity.

    An animal may survive with a neck he cannot fully utilize, but he cannot evolve a neck that way. Rest assured that in the real world Apatosaurous reached up with his neck vertical. No doubt about that at all. But contemplate what loop-de-loops we must all be put through to appease the doctrinaire physics irrationalists.

    I recommend reading Amy’s answer many times to cure oneself of the misapprehension that the planet is not growing.

    Back in the 70’s he was brontosauraus. They drew his head smaller and told us his brain was the size of a walnut. They said he stood around in the swamp the whole time
    All this nonsense because they weren’t allowed to comprehend that the planet was smaller then and gravity much less.

    In reality his brain was huge and his neck gave him acces to food no-one else could reach.

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    Are Ukrainians happy with the revolution and the new government?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The American State Department in co-operation with other criminals, not excluding Israel, staged a coup. They had done a trial run in Thailand a couple of years earlier. You bus people in to prot…(more)
    What would happen if we changed the mass of earth?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The mass of earth is growing continually. Gravity increases along with this growth. One result is that land animals are getting smaller after peaking during the dinosaur area.
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    What would be considered as ‘logical proof’?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Strictly logical proof comes easily when logical impossibilities have beem advovated. For example conservation of matter can be summarily dismissed on logical grounds sine if it were true there wou…(more)
    If there is a war between two countries, both equipped with nuclear warheads, and if country X doesn’t fire a nuclear warhead on country Y, then is it safe to say Y will also not fire a nuclear warhead on X?

    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    No since both countries may be under effective control of the same criminals. This is empirically verified. The US has not retaliated against Israel for its role in the 9/11 nuclear attack. Israe…(more)
    Was the United States government behind 9/11?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    The elites that control the US government were behind this nuclear attack.
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    How do you argue against 9/11 conspiracy theorists?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Why argue when you know its a nuclear attack? Check the stable isotope ratios.
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    How did WTC 7 collapse?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why did building 7 collapse on 9/11?
    Like the two towers, and building 6…… Building 7 was demolished with a nuclear weapon.

    Anyone can confirm this by comparing stable isotope ratios to background.
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    Which is the worse atrocity: 9/11 or Hiroshima/Nagasaki?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Which is a worse atrocity: 9/11 or Hiroshima/Nagasaki?
    They were both nuclear attacks. The first was a worse crime when done. But if possible 9/11 was far more evil and racist in intent. With much worse longer term consequences.

    Total proof of the nuclear nature of the attack can be confirmed by anyone at all. It just takes a willingness to look at the stable isotope ratios.
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    How does a Boeing 757 crash into the Pentagon and only leave a hole that size?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: How does a commercial 757 crash into the Pentagon and only leave a hole this size?
    In all cases the holes were made by missiles. In one case they had to quickly put a computer image of a plane over the missile to try and obscure the missile.
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    Why did the attacks on 9/11 happen?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why did 9/11 occur?
    It was an unprovoked nuclear attack in order to justify further unprovoked attacks. It was motivated by pure malicious evil and lust for power.
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    Did America overreact to the September 11 attacks when seemingly appropriate governmental and societal regulations and norms, respectively, were already in place at the time?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Did America overreact to the September 11 attacks?
    The people doing the reacting were the people who were involved in the nuclear attack in the first place. So the answer is yes. You see it wasn’t a reaction. It was all an act of unprovoked aggression.
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    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    What nuclear attack?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    9/11 was a nuckear attack. We know this with 100% certainty from the USGS stable isotope survey which shows extra neutrons punched into the dust. Two thirds of the expected rubble was missing in the two towers and building 7. And building six had its centre vapourized.

    Check it out. The proof is TOTAL.
    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    Ok thanks for telling us.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Great. Refreshing reaction.
    Charles O’Connor
    Charles O’Connor
    Nov 20, 2014
    ok thanks for telling us
    Can one call the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki terrorist attacks?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Yes these were war crimes and definitely a form of terrorism.
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    What’s your most rigorous argument that something exists, as opposed to the alternative, things don’t exist?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: What’s your most rigorous argument that something exists rather than nothing?
    Knowledge doesn’t come out of bivalent deductive exactitude, But rather from convergent evidence. Evidence for reality assaults us every waking momentt. But we cannot conjure a reality merely from getting our syllogisms perfectly arranged.
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    Greg Sunderland
    Greg Sunderland
    Nov 20, 2014
    Use of evidence requires a theory for its use. Are you assuming that you are not in some kind of conspiracy like The Truman Show or The Matrix? Are you assuming that you are not dreaming? Are you assuming that reality is comprehensible by humans? How do you justify those assumptions?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    I assume that I am in such a conspiracy. But one doubts that rich slobs can control reality the way they control the public mind.
    Greg Sunderland
    Greg Sunderland
    Nov 24, 2014
    Do you have a rigorous argument that shows that there is no conspiracy to control reality, one that does not assume existence a priori? If not, then you can’t use observations to justify existence. To do so is already to assume that an observer exists, making the argument circular.
    What are some of the drawbacks of the quantity theory of money: MV = PY?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    1. V is only determined after the fact.

    2. If you ate talking the US they distort P

    3. Debt repayment is like an alternative flow of spending not appreciated in the formula hence large increases in M are not getting the price rises you would expect.

    4.Y is assumed to be GDP but GDP is an highly netted figure.

    5. As for 3. When it comes spending on shares, options and other derivatives.
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    Which gas creates the most lift?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Hydrogen, if you are talking as in a balloon or a blimp. I think this gas may have been unfairly maligned as a lifting gas and one suspects that hydrogen blimps and balllons are likely under-utilized.
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    Scott Young
    Scott Young
    It does have a difficulty with diffusion through a lot of materials. This adds to the cost of us…
    Is philosophy a science?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Philosophy is historically all of science less those subjects that have been cast off as specialisations. Philosophy is what is left over from that process, which is like a division of labour. Aristotle started off as a biologist I think. But today philosophy would only barely touch on biology.
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    Why do you eat meat?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 20, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why do people need to eat meat?
    I can only tell you why I eat more meat than I would prefer or believe to be ethical.

    1. Proper milk is outlawed or made hatefully expensive.

    2. I have no faith in the nutrient-value of commercially grown vegetables.

    If you cannot get nutrient-dense vegetables then meat makes a lot of sense.

    Our food quality is at crisis levels. Mono-culturalists adjust soil oH. They chuck some phosphate, fixed nitrogen and various poisons everywhere. But no minerals. They breed for shelf life and glossiness. The food value is questionable and has to be presumed near absent.

    We ought to be having seaweed enhancement to soil s a normal basic requirement. Everywhere we ought to be taking pride in soil quality. Bar room brawls should break out over which town has the best soil.

    You solve these problems and I for one will only eat small amounts of meat.
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    Quora User
    Quora User
    Jun 6, 2018
    Can you be specific about the nutrients you are referring to?
    Why is the US so obsessed with Middle East oil when it has the country with the world’s second largest oil reserves right next to it (Canada)?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why is the US so obsessed with middle east oil when it has the country with the world’s second largest oil reserves right next to it (Canada)?
    Individuals make decisions not countries. Truly the last thing the oligarchy cares for is the welfare of the American people. Americas foreign policy is in aid of these parasitical welfare queens. It is not for the benefit of Americans.
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    Why does the universe exist? Why is there something rather than nothing?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Why is there something rather than nothing?
    I shall try and avoid the usual ontological Anselm-esque jive by starting with a concrete incident in statistics class. Ivor got us trying to produce random dots on a piece of graph paper. We were asked to make these dots as randomly as we could contrive. He then handed out booklets filled with random numbers. We then did the exercise over using the random numbers for guidance. In every case, authentic randomness had the dots more bunched than any feeble attempt at randomness any of us had tried and failed at.

    So FLUX is natural. Reality must somehow flow out of the flux.

    Endless time and space can be taken for granted. But what is it that is fluxing such that reality can emerge out of it?

    What we need is two subsets of space such that when they meet they don’t pass through each other. One subset of nothing that will not pass through the other subset of nothing.

    To even get this far is pretty miraculous and I doubt we can go further back than this.

    So we have bubbles of nothing that don’t pass through each other. From here it may have developed in one of two ways.

    1. A three-dimensional aetheric cobweb may have formed first in which case the matter which came later is less substantial and in comparison like a ghost which moves through the aether. Or …..

    2. It could be the matter which is of greater substance and the aether more ethereal. When a neutrino passes through the earth is it the earth or the neutrino which is less substantial. If an arrow passes through a marshmellow we usually would think of the arrow as the more solid object.

    Whatever the truth from there combinations can come out of the flux over trillions of years. And some may be akin to matter as we know it. But it’s all for nought until the emergence of reproductive anti-entropy. Insofar as straight matter is concerned a form of matter must emerge that aids in the conversion of new matter. The proof is in the reality we see. Since all evidence shows earth to be growing and no evidence shows otherwise.

    It may have been a trillion to the power of a trillion years before a system of reproductive anti-entropy emerged. But matter must help create more matter or new matter creation would be a new miracle each day.

    The end.

    Or should I have said “The beginning.”
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    Can you name your heroes/idols or benevolent figures that have influenced you? What qualities in a hero are most admired?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: Name your heroes/idols or benevolent figures that have influenced you? What qualities in a hero are most admired?
    George Reisman. Finally got economic science right. Loyalty. Truthfullnes. Sheer brain power.
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    How does one explain in layman’s terms the exact concept of time slowing down for a moving object as compared to a stationary object?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    You explain it as a con job. As something mandated precisely because it can never be true under any circumstance. As a technique calculated to inhibit real answers and authentic understanding. As a deliberate and calculated brain drain.

    You flying away from earth is no different than the earth flying away from you. Velocity is purely relative and therefore cannot be invoked as a lone causal agent EVER. To do so is to get in the way of finding the true cause, which is the purpose of the scam.

    Imagine a choir singing “nobody home” endlessly to Beethoven’s 5th. Eventually if they continue long enough, many people will be pummeled into believing nobody is home.
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    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    Odd, then, that time dilation can be, and actually has been, measured.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Not even once. No competent macro experiment ever. Nor would such an experiment ever be allowed to go ahead.

    And it would be pointless in any case since we already know it would fail.
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    Here you are, moron: just one of thousands of articles noting that time dilation has actually been observed.

    Time dilation
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Just wiki lying again. The con-artists have slown technology down. There has never been a persistent clock callibration problem.
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014 · 1 upvote from John Christoff Marie
    When did you lose your mind?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 20, 2014
    Don’t be an idiot Ed. Just admit that these snti-scientific conmen have stooged you.
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    Please just block users like this and don’t allow yourself to be provoked into violating Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy.

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Ed Esping
    Ed Esping
    Nov 20, 2014
    I like being an idiot.
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    This comment is a violation of Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Tatiana Estévez
    Tatiana Estévez
    Dec 3, 2014
    This comment is a violation of Quora’s Be Nice Be Respectful policy

    Tatiana, Quora Admin
    Is the Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu, good or bad?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    The most plausibly insincere psychopath we have seen on the world stage since WWII. After 9/11 he talked up a storm. It was as though he were advancing just war theory to an extent not seen for 100 years.

    It is no pleasure to have been made a fool of by this child-killer.
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    John Wayne
    John Wayne
    Jun 3, 2015
    Hamas is much worse: they don’t give their people any help and spend all the money they get from Qatar and the US on arms to blow up Israel. When Hamas shoots rockets at people of all ages at Israel, should Netanyahu defend his country or surrender?
    Hadia
    Hadia
    May 2
    Moral of the story: Treat people the way you want to be treated. Netanyahu kills innocent people of foreign countries, then doesn’t expect Hamas to kill his people?
    Imagine that you are a leader of a country that is facing extreme nationwide poverty. From which organizations would you seek assistance, and why? What kind of assistance could you expect to receive?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    See if you can get a middle power to extend free coinage and printing of notes. That is all the foreign aid you will ever need. Don’t make the notes legal tender. Rather maintain and increase their value purely as tax vouchers.

    You want big copper coins, small silver coins and small gold bars. In the longer run you want as many different types of metal money, but pure one thing or another, some of them laminated. You can use platinum, palladium, titanium, chromium, tungsten.

    Outlaw fractional reserve banking. Regulate and police vigilantly against this practice with great redundancy.

    Only allow foreigners to act in your country as individuals or sole traders. No NGO’s. No companies. No real estate millionaires. But apart from real estate, make it sole trader heaven for foreigners who are from countries without an oppressive secret service.

    Get money right and protect from subversion and you won’t be poor a long time.
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    If coils induce a magnetic field, then what do rotating galaxies induce?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    I don’t know if one can extrapolate the right hand thumb rule to galaxies.

    But then again; has anyone ever seen two spiral galaxies and one is sitting directly above the other? If this never happens it will be notable for its absence. We ought not rule your intuition out.
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    What is the root cause of all suffering?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Fractional reserve banking.
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    Was Rosetta worth the cost?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    The justification for these missions is the search for enlightenment. What do we now know more about comets after Rosetta?

    A hundred million dollars could have been used to attack NASA and the science maffia. There could be the general attack and a campaign specifically relating to comets.

    For decades now the liars have been trying to tell us that comets are snowballs. There has never been any snow, never been any balls, never been any snowball. No snow no ball no snowball.

    A lot more enlightment could have been had on the cheap.

    Next time save your fuel.
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    What’s the point in living? We’re all eventually going to die and be forgotten (even with a short-lived legacy of a famous luminary, the majority of us won’t become dignitaries). We can live to do something or for someone, but it seems senseless.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 19, 2014
    Originally Answered: What is the point of living when we all know that our ultimate destination is death? Isn’t it better to die today itself as it is a more efficient way of reaching our final destination?
    There is enough technology out there now to create a second stay at execution. Long enough to have us live forever. But this is denied to us by money maffia, science maffia division, office of medical secrets, lies and deceptions.

    So the idea is to get these weasals off our backs or die trying
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    Vijyes Yechuri
    Vijyes Yechuri
    Nov 19, 2014
    The medicine is to make genetic modifications so that the next generation can be immortal. But those who are already born can’t be made immortal. Also, making people immortal will lead to uncontrolled population.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    As important as genes are they can be over-rated. The task is to take ones 70 trillion cells and make 70 trillion better cells with them.
    Assuming God exists, how did he come into existence?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: Assuming God exists, how did he come into existence? (Kindly read the details)
    He would have to come from reproduceable anti-entropy. Same as everything else.

    When the big bang creation myth was first publicised the timing and marketing was such as to make theists feel good about matters. After all wasn’t it kind of eeire that ‘science’ was mimicking Genesis so faithfully?

    The science maffia is nothing if not patient and strategic. From the theists point of view the big bang lie has been a psychological bait and switch. But it is an example of science fraud that demoralises all of us. Atheist and Theist alike.

    But if cosmology is based on reason we would be advised to give a starting age for our universe as a trillion to the power of a trillion years old, just for arguments sakes.

    Once we do this that leaves serious time for evolution, the rise of a deity and spirituality, and it leaves a.more hopeful universe for natural atheists.

    The big bang fraud is demoralizing for everyone across the board. Which is how it was designed to be.

    With an old enough universe God could evolve out of the randomness that lead to reproduceable-anti-entropy. In other words in an ancient universe God could arise out of the same processes that produce reality as we know it.

    We cannot get reality until reproduceable anti-entropy emerges from the flux.
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    Larold Goodspeed
    Larold Goodspeed
    Mar 15, 2018
    Science mafia – Yes they came round to my fathers house who is a science teacher, told him to shut the fuck up, then gave him a revised version of the “truth” to teach. cos they are everywhere. Evil. Probably watching everything you do for some reason.

    You said – “But if cosmology is based on reason we would be advised to give a starting age for our universe as a trillion to the power of a trillion years old, just for arguments sakes.” No. Our observations of the universe show it not to be that old. This the view of experts that know far more about physics than you. Unless all of them have been victims of this science mafia. Cos that is such a realistic idea by you deserves attention. Clearly your not full of shit. But you clearly somehow know more than all of them, including my Dad who is not part of this science elite. But you obviously know better.

    The rest of what you say makes no sense. You clearly have no knowledge of actual physics or cosmology. Unless the science mafia got to every scientist who ever published a peer reviewed paper. And made them publish lies. Theism or Atheism has nothing to do with this argument of yours. You have produced one of the worst answers i have ever seen.

    But please present your actual evidence that backs up your point then I will consider it with an open mind. I’m not sure if you are too into this evidence thing though!
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    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Entropy is the tertestrial norm. Not disputing that. But in the wider sense synthropy sources must over-ride the ubiquitous entropy tendency or we would have nothing except perhaps space and maybe a slightly altered cosmological constant.

    So where is the anti-entropy? Once you decide that they must be there then you will be surprised at how close to home they are.

    If matter is conserved there could never be matter. So matter must be in constant creation. BUT WHERE??????

    Once you choose logic you will find the new matter production not a million miles away.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    Synthropy. Good term.
    Is it a neologism, or does it have a discipline behind it?
    In a closed system, the earth, there is adequate fuel for conservation of matter, but not for animation; for life.
    Entropy is a degrading force on earth.
    Synthropy implies a creative force, synthesis.
    Entropy can be calculated.
    I would argue that synthropy should also be quantifiable. It is visible, palpable and can be experienced daily.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Yes I got the word synthropy from quora. But from now on I think I’ll use my own phrase. Actually I will alter it a little bit;

    Reproductive Anti-Entropy.

    If you don’t have the above I say you cannot have a meaningful reality.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    Clearly.
    But there is so much more.
    It has limits, this reproductive anti-entropy. It begins at conception, ends at death.
    It grows, self feeds, self heals, self lubricates, moves, reproduces and dies.
    A beginning, middle and end.
    Quantifiable, Responding to the physical forces of the earth and planets.
    But then, does it matter? Will anyone see? Does anyone care?
    It seems like, that which is so obvious, so present, so palpable, should be universally recognized and understood. Yet people argue about such silliness… Living lives of quiet desperation.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    The quiet desperation is systematically engineered.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Yes experienced daily. Yes I think if we had an honest NASA ……… I think we would find that the moon/earth rotation was creating anti-entropy DAILY.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    Mark it is not my intention to be cryptic. But too much to soon and you won’t get it.

    Earlier I answered a thread to do with the size of animals versus gravity. I had to choose the giraffe niche as the limiting niche. To my fortune another respondent seemed to know about giraffes. But the other gentleman could not handle what I said because he chose goose-stepping over logic. He asked me for a citation. Once you reject these clowns and start looking for the anti-entropy and the new matter ……. it all begins to jump out at you.
    Mark Finneran
    Mark Finneran
    Nov 19, 2014
    As long as we stay on this line of reasoning, I am with you John.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 19, 2014
    I am not attempting to be diplomatic here. If you are a strong Christian, whereas I am only culturally Chritian and a well-wisher of Christianty …… our joint interest lies in getting this anti-LOGOS science maffia off our backs. Probably after that we would part company until beer-o-clock. Or Guinness-O-Clock.

    Don’t get me wrong I like good theology.

    What I cannot abide is this third-rate theology posing as science.
    Do we accept the fact that every other person will die before we accept the fact that we will die?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    I don’t accept any of it. I am sick of going to funerals. Criminals like Kissinger and David Crockefeller just won’t die. Why won’t those evil bastards die?

    They have treatments that they have taken covert and had their minions ridicule and outlaw.

    So lets get those guys off our backs and help each other get the best treatments.

    No more funerals.
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    Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi
    Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi
    Sep 3, 2018
    David Rockefeller died on March 20, 2017 – just in case you didn’t hear.
    Why is deflation worse than inflation?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: Which is the greater economic evil? Inflation or deflation? Why?
    Deflation is more crippling because of the pre-existing debt burden and the associated high asset prices that we depend on.

    Otherwise inflation would be more damaging due to its deleterious effects on resource allocation.

    So it’s really the excessive debt that is the problem. It forces our hand into holding an inflation preference that makes mockery of the price systems resource allocation.

    David Hackett Fisher wrote an interesting book called “The Great Wave”. In this book we discover that rising real wages are usually associated with long periods of falling prices.

    Our generation of economists don’t associate these two because of the era between the end of WWII and Nixon cutting the last link with gold. This era was a rare case when higher real wages and rising prices were together.
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    James Lew
    James Lew
    May I ask why does inflation lead to bad resource allocation? Isn’t it just a price signal like d…
    Quantum physics, if “space-time” is wrong what could replace the idea?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    The first specific step is to bring back the luminiferous aether. The wider step is , with Intel-protection, have zero tolerance for crimes against logic in science. So no conservation of matter. No Einstein-coterie lies. No big bang science fraud.

    And no place on the public teat for anyone who advances logical impossibilities of these sorts.

    Once you cull science fraud and crimes against logic a lot of low-hanging fruit abounds.
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    When Americans landed on Moon, did they build any buildings up there?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    We don’t have that information. Since whilst Apollo was fraudulent, they may well have gone there under other technology.
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    How did Apatosaurus avoid getting neck pain? And what counterforce on the base of its neck was necessary in order to support its super-long neck?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Updated Nov 19, 2014
    The short amswer is that it took a much smaller planet with a lot less gravity.

    An animal may survive with a neck he cannot fully utilize, but he cannot evolve a neck that way. Rest assured that in the real world Apatosaurous reached up with his neck vertical. No doubt about that at all. But contemplate what loop-de-loops we must all be put through to appease the doctrinaire physics irrationalists.

    I recommend reading Amy’s answer many times to cure oneself of the misapprehension that the planet is not growing.

    Back in the 70’s he was brontosauraus. They drew his head smaller and told us his brain was the size of a walnut. They said he stood around in the swamp the whole time
    All this nonsense because they weren’t allowed to comprehend that the planet was smaller then and gravity much less.

    In reality his brain was huge and his neck gave him acces to food no-one else could reach.
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    If general relativity is “more” correct than Newtonian physics on gravity, how do things fall on planets?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Right. Since the Einstein coteries fraud science really only addresses two orbiting bodies it’s quite hard to think of space being so bent that anything could fall to the ground.
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    Permaculture: What is the minimum amount of land to feed a family of 4?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: What is the minimum amount of land to feed a family of 4?
    To me this may be a little outside the permaculture concept. For very intensive growth, without high technology, or massive outside input you could go two ways. You could go with the Jon Jevons intensive growing system. Or you might go with these vertical growing units like with the ‘garden tower project.’
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    Are there any political entities (i.e. countries) that are not likely to exist much longer?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 18, 2014
    Originally Answered: Are there any political entities (like countries) not likely to exist much longer?
    The United States is being ripped to pieces. It may not last.
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    Does a bigger planet command bigger sized life forms? Or smaller ones?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 17, 2014
    Originally Answered: What’s the relationship between a planet’s gravity and the potential size and weight of lifeforms on that planet?
    If the earth had one third the gravity it has now you would expect the animal filling the giraffe niche to be 27 times the weight of the giraffe. The giraffe niche is that of a herbivore so big that it doesn’t face much of a predator problem and it can reach food in the trees that no other leaf eater can.

    The earth used to have a lot less gravity and many niches were filled with much larger animals accordingly
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    I really like Jews and even Israelis, but I think Israel should be liquidated and its citizens given a parcel of land in Germany. How can I express this without being branded an anti-Semite?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 17, 2014
    The Kosher Nostra has stolen enough off the Germans. Stealing more land won’t help. The problem is the oligarchy and how they use Jews for evil purposes. Their religion is a racist conspiracy against the rest of us. They need to be under strict imperial control.

    Forget about trying to stay on their good side. It cannot be done and it is not desirable. They use the less fortunate amongst them as human shields and they will always cause war and genocide if not carefully managed
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    David Rosen
    David Rosen
    Nov 18, 2014
    These people?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 18, 2014
    Suggest better phraselogy.
    James H. Kelly
    James H. Kelly
    Nov 18, 2014
    “The Jews” maybe. “Israelis”? Or “anti-Semites”? It’s not clear who you’re talking about.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 18, 2014
    What would make you happy David? Let me re-write to better suit your mood.
    David Rosen
    David Rosen
    Nov 18, 2014
    Dont get you panties in a twist, it was asking to elaborate on who exactly these people are. The answer is ambiguous.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 18, 2014
    Its hard to please a chosen one.
    David Rosen
    David Rosen
    Nov 18, 2014
    No, its impossible to please a bigot.
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Original Author · Nov 18, 2014
    That is what I meant really.

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  33. Why isn’t the USA stopping China from becoming an economic superpower? While China might not have the same military superiority as USA, it is becoming clearer that China is going to overtake USA economically.
    John Christoff Marie

    Originally Answered: Why isn’t the USA stopping China from becoming an economic superpower?

    1. Countries don’t serve national interests. They serve oligarchy.

    2. Oligarchy is not fixed as to location.

    3. Oligarchy seeks to get the rest of us fighting eachother. This is a tough ask if one entity is superior. So currently the oligarchy is ripping the US to shreds.

    4. The US would never need to restrain China. It would easily have been able to maintain an insurmountable lead instead, and extend brotherly love and goodwill.

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  34. What is a solar flare?
    John Christoff Marie
    John Christoff Marie
    Answered Nov 12, 2014
    I can only give you an alternative model. In my model high temperature inhibits fusion. Fusion that warms us directly happens on or above the photosphere. Planet’s grow to gas giants. Gas giants grow to stars. Stars grow larger. The sun never lost its oceans. The ocean kept growing.

    Under this scenario the suns oceans hover near the limits of heat and pressure for liquid water. The situation is unstable. A disturbance leads to an explosive phase change. A large amount of water is vaporised. The atoms in these water molecules are already highly isotopic.

    The second phase explosion is far more powerful and comes directly out of the first. After the first explosion peaks a massive low pressure zone becomes operational. It’s like a big hole punched into the air and the sea. The dual low pressure demands an even larger phase change so a new explosion erupts.

    Why does the excitement end? The situation will become quiescent again, because the enthalpy of vaporization will have a refrigerant effect on the oceans surface and in the lower atmosphere.

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  35. If Catallaxy doesn’t get a new moderator its headed for the same fate as Larvatus Prodeo. Its dying of old age. Its becoming an old persons social club. There is still life there but its becoming so decrepit that soon the more intellectually vital people will be too embarrassed to show up. When I met JC he was only 49. He’s still good at raiding peoples retirement funds but the others have grown old with him and there just isn’t that intellectual ferment there any more.

    What if Rafe gets tired, and then Tel, Infidel Tiger, Two-stix, and John Constantine become embarrassed to hang around with the old guys who will soon start talking about their numerous drug prescriptions? Arky may have just had a heart attack live on Catallaxy. About half an hour ago. The whole thing will just die in the ass.

    Its been me infiltrating all the time lately. But I’ve caught Sinclair tossing off at least two people that weren’t me. That was a few months back, but I haven’t monitored it over the years. So what we can assume is that Sinclair gets rid of anyone who wants to go a bit deeper. Thinking its me or generally being allergic to taking things deeply. When Jason handed things over to Sinclair I believe it was to do with work pressure. Its continued for a few years as an energetic but blinkered blog. Totally skewed by Sinclairs Jewish gate-keeping. Now its getting a bit less blinkered but its tired. Its a tired blog.

    Imagine a blog so tightly controlled that a scientist as good as Bruce Of Newcastle cannot see anything suspicious about the 9/11 story after 18 years? Thats some pretty good bubble management Sinclair.

    So I’ll get on there and keep suggesting that Sinclair needs to pass on the reigns before its too late. But I think I’ll mostly talk at “The Conversation” for a little while.

    Graeme Bird

    logged in via Facebook

    Thanks to Clive Hamilton for making respectable the subject of Chinese subversion. We want to now turn our gaze on other forms of international subversion including that coming from the Americans. If we want to be friends to both countries we need to make sure we are immune to subversion by either. There has been a lot of very suspect American hirelings on our continent. I won’t name names here but we need to take the Clive Hamilton approach and expand it. Friends don’t let other friends undermine them in any way.

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