Category Archives: Science

Do everything in a regulated manner or they will figure you out

Everyone does things in their own sort of way. This enables to observe, mine data on, predict psychology and attempt to manipulate them using observed habits, patterns, preferences, dislikes, etc. In order to evade such efforts to model the behaviour, … Continue reading

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Biological systems are sensitive to thresholds

Higher temperatures are turning 99% of green sea turtles female. Climate change effects on the Great Barrier Reef are also increasing turtle egg mortality rates. (The Guardian) Keep that in mind next time someone tries to tell you that a … Continue reading

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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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Alternative lame conclusion not willingly forthcoming

Some metals linked to certain organic molecules in 1, 2 and 3D frameworks have properties that enable them to easily capture and hold on to water molecules. This can be as high as up to 80% of weight for the … Continue reading

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Population-level on-call informal army to be enlisted in psychological operations against any individual

Jeff Rense, in opening the June 2017 discussion of how to define “Gang stalking” (a term that Eric Karlstrom resists in favour of more accurate terms which identify roles of criminal factions operating within certain parts of the state): “Dozens … Continue reading

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The level of freedom that people in 2037 will have if we do nothing

Non-standard-issue thinking processes to be blocked, while purporting assistance in the form of enforcing to think in a regulated manner at the level of how you do your arithmetic. A library of approved thought, and the immediate shutting down of … 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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Earning some extra cash in 1997 vs. 2017

1997 process to earn some extra cash. Sign up with temp agency for … whatever … some work. Start work within the day or week. Alternatively, print off a few CVs, go for a walk, literally just walk into any … Continue reading

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Macho macho man … : female edition

Teaching people that using and abusing them is a problem that will cause them to be weak. For example, if a girl or women is “taught” that another person (such as a man) using and abusing her body, mind or … Continue reading

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“AI is destroying our free will …”

AI is destroying our free will. Replacing human curation with data-backed judgment narrows our perspective in a way that chokes our social and economic choices. also … When our choices are constrained to narrow trajectories of consumption, relationships, news, and … Continue reading

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