Category Archives: History

EMG mindfuck, by use of adults as neurally whipped independence-ridden toddler-replacements

Background: When you think some specific words, regardless of whether you actually vocalize the words or whether they are only vocalized in your heads, “subvocalized”, this leads to the initiation of motor movements going to your throat (larynx). This occurs … Continue reading

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When accidentally consuming faux miniature carrots, be attentive to psychological associations, for puppethood avoidance purposes

Theoretically you could have an EEG headset programmed to remind you of certain minutae that you don’t want to forget about. For example, while reviewing a paper (I review/proofread/edit academic papers and similar such documents), if  subvocalizations of “et al” … Continue reading

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Is the timing of the pre-election French terrorist attack time suspicious? Was the perpetrator also a mind control victim?

There was a terrorist attach on a bus in central Paris, just days before the election. How much you want to bet that the terrorist who made the attack just before the French election makes numerous complaints that are 10% … Continue reading

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Psychological dominance by proposing alternative explanations for actions which always place one in the dominant position

Any time you go to do something, they propose an explanation which revolves around them having had control over the situation. This is along the lines of telling the dog to roll over whenever you observe that it is already … Continue reading

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Causes of attack (getting at some micro level psych stuff wherein neurotech is used to assist in pupetting and enslaving people at the level of thought itself)

Causes of attack – don’t want to look at the insurance policy number in a document being translated for a new client – don’t want to be habitual in ignoring external manipulations applied for the purpose of altering meaning while … Continue reading

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Vulnerablity to involuntary recruitment

It would be good to have some good indicators on such risks.   Presumably, particularly nefarious types are likely to obtain them in advance of those without such nefarious inclinations. So … in the context of anti-brainwashing curriculum, what might this … Continue reading

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Some imagery to promote a project

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Female judges interrupted more often than male judges; female judges do less interrupting

On the US Supreme Court, Women have made up an average 24% of the bench over the past 12 years, and while 32% of all interruptions were of women, only 4% were by them. Surprising no women anywhere. More at … Continue reading

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“Authoritarianism” should not get credit for catchup growth

“Authoritarianism” should not get credit for catchup growth. If that does not make sense to you, read up about the Solow Model and variants thereof. If you do not understand the Solow Model (nearly the simplest possible presentation of how … Continue reading

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Pinpointing the human role in the expansion of the Sahara desert

Growing agricultural addiction had a severe effect on the region’s ecology. As more vegetation was removed by the introduction of livestock, it increased the albedo (the amount of sunlight that reflects off the earth’s surface) of the land, which in … Continue reading

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