Monthly Archives: May 2017

If one person knows something and the other does not, therefore one or the other is delusional.

It used to be accepted that most people don’t know quite a large number of things and that people disagree on many things. These are now commonly framed as “delusion” or “mental illness.” That is a sign of societal malaise, … Continue reading

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Ways to win #9183

A.k.a. ways to prostrate-win. Learn to respect what you disrespect, or else you will be unhappy or dissatisfied with the state of things. (Also, learning to respect yourself while rolling over on command may prove useful – for example, some … Continue reading

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One effect of Harper years: “Majority” aspect of a governing coalition must now be specified

After facing a “rebellion” of the MAJORITY of MPs comprised of all representatives of all parties other than the Conservatives, immediately after an election in 2008, parliament was shut down for several months. By mid-winter, “coalition” had become a sufficiently … Continue reading

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Predictably Craigslist: Handjob ads allowed, review of neurotech glossary flagged

A listing under “Gigs” entitled “discreet handjobs” remains, but an offer entitled “Seeking doctoral candidates to review neurotechnology glossary, $50” is flagged for removal.

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As if airline “security measures” in the USA were not already absurd enough …

The U.S. Homeland Security Secretary says that the USA may ban taking laptops as carry on, on all flights leaving and entering the USA. That would enable direct access to the main working device of any person entering or leaving … Continue reading

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Image depicting microwave hearing

Here is an image depicting microwave hearing. For a relatively recent article by perhaps the most widely published author on the subject, you could consult Hearing of microwave pulses by humans and animals: effects, mechanism, and thresholds by Lin & … Continue reading

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Proof of power by doing whatever is recommended against, installation #5134

Since psychopathy is defined as a mental illness, and psychopathy is a pathway to power, therefore in order to access power, one must consistently reject all statements and definitions regarding mental illness. Otherwise stated, in order to achieve power, embrace … Continue reading

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Neurowar risks #812321B (for which reason formally orchestrated and openly discussed civilian defense must be part of common sense thinking on such matters)

The programming associated with neuroweapons used towards particular individual and generalized domination objectives includes much use of sticks during periods of introspection other than sanctioned and promoted forms of introspection A major means of avoiding the use of sticks applied … Continue reading

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How to get really good leaders

Let’s make it maximally a pain in the ass to be in positions which influence the largest dollar value decisions made in the country. It will surely promote the ability to attract top talent into those positions. Also, national leaders … Continue reading

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Duration of time elapsed before first wrong number call on new number

Less than one day. I don’t even know my own number yet. Is it possible to reach the once or more daily frequency prior to the decision not to answer calls unless the number was already in my phone? The … Continue reading

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