Category Archives: Agriculture

Rape acceptance programming (“date rape pulse patterns and frequencies”) – security threat potentially related to observations of degrees of puppeting

This refers to microwave pulses or other electronic weapons, including possibly in conjunction with sonic ones (the conditioning aspect here is likely to be exceedingly minimal in any given instance, particularly if someone is aware, but the power of suggestion … Continue reading

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Why is the cutting edge moving forward at the same rate despite 25 times as much research activity?

Through marginalrevolution.com┬áthere is a paper called Are Ideas Getting Harder To Find?, which shows data indicating that the rate of new ideas has not increased, despite about 25 times more researchers involved in a certain area of research activity. Some … Continue reading

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How to get fruit to ripen when you want

Tired of buying too bananas which then go off all at the same time so you don’t eat them? Someone has a solution. It involves spraying edible coatings onto produce that alter their speed of ripening. So, each banana in … Continue reading

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Albertan oil, distribution of gains and risks, and long-term social end economic development processes

Some time in the future, when the oil runs dry and an undiversified shell of an economy turns back to wheat and cows, and some number of weather-related bailouts have been fully internalized, it may start to register that the … Continue reading

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The actual reason for “why they fucked you”

Any possible reason that you might believe that you might have deserved it (in the sense of punishment if you failed to “get in”), or that any group whatsoever might have held something against you, until you GET IN and … Continue reading

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Clinton Foundation meetings at State. Is it a big deal? Well … what’s the Foundation up to anyways? Maybe it matters.

So, I’ve long stated that Republicans are ripping into Clinto for all the wrong reasons, suspecting that they didn’t go after her for other types of dodgy practices that they themselves do or want to do. For example, the $250,000 … Continue reading

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What else could possibly enter one’s mind when the word “purity” comes along than a pure white Arian race?

Yeah, because something like that would ever cross my mind independently. I derive my sense of worth from my skin colour and the bloody accomplishments of people dead 200 years already.

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What we can learn from black men and monkeys

Some people cannot tell the difference between an African and a monkey, yet, consider themselves as so ‘intelligent’ that they feel themselves required to speak on behalf of the genetic future of the species, for example wanting to eliminate people … Continue reading

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Pan-African free trade agreement coming in 2017?

Some basic reporting here. I’m not sure where exactly I stand on the issue, because it is very complex and involves many different types and magnitudes of issues ranging from tradition and culture to technological advancement and economic development, not … Continue reading

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Third follow-up important message

I’m under a lot of pressure from external mind influencing technologies right now, so please consider carefully who you send this message to.

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