Category Archives: Science

CIA and NSA funding seeded Google founders first research in that direction

This article outlines an interesting but generally unknown detail at the origins of Google, namely that CIA and NSA funding was at the origins of first research leading towards Google, via university research grants. It also addresses how this made … Continue reading

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How your local cause stalking interest group (e.g., Nazis, anti-Nazis, mysogynists, feminists, socialists, anti-socialists, capitalists, anti-capitalists, etc.) could use off-the-shelf drone hardware to assassinate you using facial recognition

Drones can now be readily outfitted with facial recognition technologies for assassination purposes, as demonstrated by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, who believe that the general public and also defense policymakers are insufficiently aware of the risk.   What … 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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How to arrive at a result that says cannabis “causes” violence when the opposite is (?) the case

The following relates to a study of teenagers who’d been taken to a mental hospital and told they were mentally ill, and then compares the frequency of recorded physical altercations between those who had previously smoked pot and those who … 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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High quality argumentation: Pro-freedom edition

Serve as protector of non-bias, for example by filling the head with nothing in order to prevent thoughts which may be arrived at independently. Seek to enforce black/white alternatives of abandoning a course of action or engaging in an orchestrated alternative. … 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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