Monthly Archives: July 2016

Guess who: Dr or Rs?

There are two main political parties in the USA. At a public event for one of the parties, the father of a fallen solider said the following: “__________ are as patriotic as _________ are. They are half of the goodness … Continue reading

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Is butt crack washing a matter of national security?

The synthetic telepathy operators seem to have particularly strong interest in butt crack washing. So … what’s with the intense curiosity about butt crack washing? Did I get a passing grade? It seems I was not attentive enough in taking … Continue reading

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Something you don’t believe exists is influencing you

How do you explain to someone who does not believe that mind influencing technologies exist, that those same technologies are being used to make them irritable, easily angered, and highly disinterested in all conversation topics – at all times when … Continue reading

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Neurowar I: paid unprotection – ambush of civilians by rogue arms of the state

This is a title I am considering for a book. Science fiction fantasy, of course. I might be forced to place it in the non-fiction section, however, due to the large number of scientific references…

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Conservative gross misrepresentations of truth #18721

As background, let me define a “technical recession”. A “technical recession” is when measured GDP declines for two consecutive quarters (6 months). Canada had a technical recession in 2015, but it was not a very severe one. This is the … Continue reading

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Recognizing influences and free will

Recognizing influences in order to exercise free will as to whether these are influences that you want to influence your decisions or not, is critical for cognitive liberty in an era where mind influencing technologies are advancing with every passing … Continue reading

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What to do with the clinically sane?

We live in an era where neuroweapons have been developed. They have been widely deployed in recent years in conjunction with many on-the-ground deployments of informal slave armies (including highly Nazi-esque types in addition to other who promote the view … Continue reading

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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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Stalking or just creepy? (initial post at 10:45am)

10:34am: The people getting paid to clean at my aunt’s apartment, 10:34am July 23, talking about “pussy”, the woman making some suggestive sounds, and also suggestive talk of someone else around maybe “wanting it” or something (the tenants would be … Continue reading

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Digital cameras -> other sensors of electromagnetic waves

Digital cameras read millions of specific wavelengths within the visible spectrum alone. How implausible is it that some other “camera” attuned to other wavelengths, such as in the microwave spectrum, couldn’t take such an accurate “picture” or even “video” with … Continue reading

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