Category Archives: Economics, pure theory

If you don’t know what “pure theory” in economics means, you probably won’t have an enormous interest in reading posts with this label. To make matter worse, I’m likely to make life difficult even for the technically inclined by occasionally mashing up lots of philosophical and scientific concepts in highly particular ways, making the logic tough to follow without pages of parenthetical explanations. Whatev … I write for me. But if it’s worth theorizing about, I’ll probably link in policy stuff.

Reasons not to use neural activity to directly power a calculator

The fact that the brain is not encrypted and that there would be huge risks of hacking for basically any neurally-directed activity (from electromagnetic interference and/or direct stimulation of the brain) could be an important concern for having a calculator … Continue reading

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How to help a project go forward

In order to ensure that a project can progress in a satisfactory manner, first sabotage any efforts which are inconsistent with nano-management according to one’s specific objectives which valuate other participant’s views or interests at precisely zero except to the … Continue reading

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Torture is benevolence, designed to helpfully help victims to have opportunities to seek disclosure

Whoever mentions to you the existence of the contents of Chapter 1 or 2 of the standard texts or support materials related to some skills for a project being undertaken is extremely deserving of credit for such assistance, and for … Continue reading

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A Show of Force Operation (SOFO) is …

A Show of Force Operation (SOFO) is an activity that is used to warn, intimidate, and showcase capabilities … … The BSSR describes a SOFO as an impressive display of … power and resolve, which is used to convey an overwhelming … Continue reading

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Silent reading may have been key for intellectual advancement and freedom

There’s much debate about when Europeans began to read silently, but it’s likely that the development “helped facilitate intellectual rigor, introspection, criticism of the government and religion, even irony and cynicism that would have been awkward to read aloud.” More … Continue reading

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Pain/reward stimuli responses have biophysical bases – therefore the robotic humanoid should welcome what potential they might be permitted within a system controlled on the basis of highly refined (data-intensive and) oppressive psychosocial control

Unedited reflections on efforts to induce robot-esque self image based on biophysical reality of pain/reward response, which I do not believe I have effectively addressed elsewhere: Consistent with many hypnotic-related psychological warfare and brainwashing strategies, this in no small part … Continue reading

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My Chineseness

For maximum strategic advantage, when engaged in remotely applied covert hostilities over extended periods of time, be sure to project an faint accompanying image of one’s ethnic identification to assist the recipient of the hostilities to identify those responsible. This … Continue reading

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In order to prevent danger of losing, get with this guy

If it’s not going to get me more F35s or convince other people that remote control of their brains is good for both them and everyone, then it’s a stupid idea. And anyone who disagrees with me is either brainwashed, … Continue reading

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If you don’t (whatever I try to force), then you’re (whatever I say)

If you won’t (be OK to) feel what I want you to feel, when I want you to feel it, that means you’re a psychopath (as proven by the non-feeling-ness). If you won’t (be OK to) think what I want … Continue reading

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Stockholm Syndrome programming: Any ‘push you down’, to then offer a hand up while implying the debt of gratitude that will bring return favours

For example, if someone’s trying to accomplish some particular thing, have some way to screw them up while they work on it – and then present oneself to save the day in some way that demeans the individual while promoting their habituation to … Continue reading

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