Category Archives: Political science

This is my strongest field and I had an excellent opportunity to hone my ability to reason in this field from some very knowledgeable thinkers at one of the top international schools in the field (U of T). Either I’m a good researcher, can effectively write and argue BS, have some capacity to original intuitions, or some combination of all three. As far as I’m concerned, nothing is truly apolitcal or amoral the moment it enters the public sphere. Still, I’ll limit use of the tag for domestic and international political issues, involving institutions and/or people at the level of villages and the international community and perhaps occasionally for more abstract stuff in political theory.

This study means that remote sensing (up to 100 feet) of emotional and physiological indicators, including through walls, was possible by 1992

Microwave sensing of physiological movement and volume change: A review, written by JC Lin and published in Bioelectromagnetics in 1992. The article presents evidence of several remote sensing approaches which consist of a microwave generator, a sampling device, a transmitting-receiving … Continue reading

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How to bring down a free country

Possible methods to castrating the future leadership potential of a free country: 1) Brainwash everyone into obsessions of dominating others, so that everyone will be so busy trying to dominate people that they will have no time or energy left … Continue reading

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Neurotechnology mainstreaming in highschool science, in order to capitalize on opportunities and be sufficiently informed to mitigate risks (1st review draft notes – conceptual)

Reviewing the Ontario grades 9-12 science curriculum, the following would be fairly unobtrusive ways to introduce many aspects of neurotechnologies into the curriculum: Related topics/concepts presently included in grades 9-10 curriculum: – angles of incidence/reflection/refraction: these are related to photonics. … Continue reading

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Roman peace is Roman peace – therefore any peace is Roman peace?

Some people seem to have this idea that if there is such a thing as “Roman peace”, then to speak of “peace” can only possibly refer to “Roman peace”. This could maybe be placed into the same category as “there … Continue reading

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Virally enforced ‘borrowed’ subcultures of 2017

People go around making various insults, engaging in slander of diverse types, etc., for little or no apparent reason. However, as compared to, say, 3-4 years ago when trying to point this out would be met with denials and claims … Continue reading

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Net neutrality rehash

Setting lower speed limits for small players is not right. Consumers should be empowered to make these choices through the bandwidth speeds they pay for. (This is the status quo.) It should not be left to the ISPs to decide … Continue reading

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Neurowar truths: Nothing happened. All I know is we won

Nothing happened. All I know is we won.   What happened? (P.S. – Whatever happened, it needs to be kept a secret) _____________________________________________ How to find a leader a) try to drag everyone down (especially to get extensive information about … Continue reading

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Corruption Perceptions Index, the presence of non-zero corruption in Canadian corruption, and questions of why mountains would be made of such molehills

Many people have previously heard of the Corruption Perceptions Index. It is produced annually by Transparency International. Canada ranks 9th on the index, after 1) Denmark, 1) New Zealand, 3) Finland, 4) Sweden, 5) Switzerland, 6) Norway, 7) Singapore, 8) … Continue reading

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Reasons to provide more constructive pathways for our innate rebelliousness to be manifest

‘I prove [to myself] my power through the ability to manipulate truth, while in fact brainwashing myself through my mouth‘. The issue might be related to a certain rebelliousness inherent to us all, which may prove useful at times when … Continue reading

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Man-in-the-middle attack for Zersetzung-style political suppression, eugenics or other purposes, by combinations of psychometric profiling and suggestively introduced (sonic or electromagnetic) directions. Illustration of risk.

  Together with the graphic entry on ‘Would do’ and ‘would say’ modification. A.k.a., computer-programmable statements of thought reform … … and the example of a specific operationalization of this concept in ‘would do’ and ‘would say’ modification: Encounter severely (non-fatal) … Continue reading

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