Archive for the ‘Culture’ category

Hypothesis of Evolution

October 4, 2015

Evolution is a pretty weak theory. I think people ascribe to it too much scientific credential, on par with the Theory of Relativity, say.

To put it into perspective, the speed of light has been measured physically and reproduced in the Theory of Relativity and its derived formulas such as E=m c^2

Yet, biologists and chemists cannot recreate life, that is why they pay Planned Profit so much for stem cells (that’s why Bush II was against the legalized research of such things, since he did the research on where it had to be procured).

It would be like Einstein telling us his theory works and describes models of the universe, but could not prove what the speed of light is nor conduct an experiment that could reproduce light at all, in any phase, wave or particle.

The Primordial Soup is a complete mystery to people. All they “know” is that it had life in it, it had water, but that is about it.

So there are two fundamental break points in any kind of evolutionary theory or explanation based model.

1. They cannot recreate the conditions to start life.

2. They cannot use mutations to create new species, only breed different variations of current species or non viable versions of the same species which cannot reproduce into a new branch.

Until the “mythical god in the sky” people worship called Science, breaks through either 1 or 2, the “Theory of Evolution” isn’t even a theory. It’s a hypothesis with no proof. Like the Hypothesis of Peak Oil, that oil runs out in 2015 or the Mayan Apocalypse calendar.

Carson doesn’t need X to disprove the theory of evolution a to z. Theory of Evolution A to Z already disproves itself.

Check out his speech if you wish, he has some highly intelligent ideas to share, although he dumbs a lot of it down due to his audience, due to the need to actually communicate those ideas. It is pretty long though but it is the vid that sparked this issue at Neo Neocon.

The Wages of the Left

October 3, 2015

It is what happens when the Left takes over and disarms people, making them into very easily harvested human livestock. And they thought guns were going to be the primary problem.

Theodore Roosevelt: Concepts of the early 20th century United States

September 24, 2015

We are bound in honor to refuse to listen to those men who would make us desist from the effort to do away with the inequality which means injustice; the inequality of right, opportunity, of privilege. We are bound in honor to strive to bring ever nearer the day when, as far is humanly possible, we shall be able to realize the ideal that each man shall have an equal opportunity to show the stuff that is in him by the way in which he renders service. There should, so far as possible, be equal of opportunity to render service; but just so long as there is inequality of service there should and must be inequality of reward. We may be sorry for the general, the painter, the artists, the worker in any profession or of any kind, whose misfortune rather than whose fault it is that he does his work ill. But the reward must go to the man who does his work well; for any other course is to create a new kind of privilege, the privilege of folly and weakness; and special privilege is injustice, whatever form it takes.

To say that the thriftless, the lazy, the vicious, the incapable, ought to have reward given to those who are far-sighted, capable, and upright, is to say what is not true and cannot be true. Let us try to level up, but let us beware of the evil of leveling down. If a man stumbles, it is a good thing to help him to his feet. Every one of us needs a helping hand now and then. But if a man lies down, it is a waste of time to try and carry him; and it is a very bad thing for every one if we make men feel that the same reward will come to those who shirk their work and those who do it. Let us, then, take into account the actual facts of life, and not be misled into following any proposal for achieving the millennium, for recreating the golden age, until we have subjected it to hardheaded examination. On the other hand, it is foolish to reject a proposal merely because it is advanced by visionaries. If a given scheme is proposed, look at it on its merits, and, in considering it, disregard formulas. It does not matter in the least who proposes it, or why. If it seems good, try it. If it proves good, accept it; otherwise reject it. There are plenty of good men calling themselves Socialists with whom, up to a certain point, it is quite possible to work. If the next step is one which both we and they wish to take, why of course take it, without any regard to the fact that our views as to the tenth step may differ. But, on the other hand, keep clearly in mind that, though it has been worth while to take one step, this does not in the least mean that it may not be highly disadvantageous to take the next. It is just as foolish to refuse all progress because people demanding it desire at some points to go to absurd extremes, as it would be to go to these absurd extremes simply because some of the measures advocated by the extremists were wise.

As a reminder, this quote by Theodore Roosevelt from one of his speeches, was taken of a person who liked to go to war in Cuba with his Rough Riders. Just to put that into context.

This is the more famous quotation.
It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.

And also an additional commentary on our current affairs.

Science is strange: Power of Water

September 22, 2015

My immediate instinct is to reject that as being too crazy to be true, but then I have to remember all the many things humanity rejected as untrue in science merely because they failed to explain it. It is scintillating though to consider new horizons of research, knowledge, and development. Stuff like the Gaia Theory. A notable alternative to the environmentalist belief that humanity is the pollution on Earth, perhaps we are merely the products of a greater intelligence and entity, one that wishes us to carry its seeds to other planets.

This is often why I said in the past that current orthodox scientists with their mantle of awards and their authority of being experts know “nothing”.

If our “creator”, water, is some higher order god… well who knows what’ll happen to the human perspective. It will also affect chi gong and various other martial art or healing practices, since water is in our body and our body/bones produce an EM field. What does that do when combined? The soul?

So, time for me to connect the dots. Let’s match this up with something else I’ve been researching, ancient Sumerian gods.

Such as the god of water and life. Coincidence?

Then God said, "Let there be an expanse in the midst of the waters, and let it separate the waters from the waters." 7God made the expanse, and separated the waters which were below the expanse from the waters which were above the expanse; and it was so.-Genesis Firmament

That never did make much sense when I read it. Water of waters, was that a divine revelation talking about the primordial soup that nobody understood at the time? Where would they even get this divine revelation, to turn water into wine? Why is touching water going to turn it into wine? Why would a dead sea split apart for Moses?

Previously the orthodox and common sense explanation for all these myths about water is that water is necessary for life. But something else happens if water=life, then something is different. Fuel is necessary to run an internal combustion engine, most people know about that or have used it to great effect. However, if it came about that the fuel and the engine exchange information and change each other, before they are used up in the engine… something different results. The chemical equation for combustion is well know. But if the results do not match the inputs… well, we have a problem equal to the Higgs Boson theories or the fact that when an atom splits apart there are unaccounted for energies that are not part of the law of conservation. Quantum mechanics is pretty “spooky” on its own, but now we’re dealing with an entity or material that is far more common than sub particles in the human list of priorities.

Notable other examples of anomalies in the universe that current day limited scientists and scientific models fail to explain would be the reactioness drive . Previously in human history, scientists were unable to explain electro magnetic fields or electricity in general, and they also failed to appreciate what radioactivity was from certain ores before the researchers started dying from radiation poisoning.

So, there is no such thing as “scientific consensus”. Only a fake or non scientist would think in such ways about this universe.

The Crusades

September 21, 2015

Many think of the crusades as being offensive wars against the Middle East, but that just shows how much of a generation gap there is now.

From the beginning of his reign, Pope Innocent III attempted to end Catharism by sending missionaries and by convincing the local authorities to act against them. However, in 1208 Innocent's papal legate Pierre de Castelnau was murdered while returning to Rome after excommunicating a Count Raymond VI of Toulouse, who, in his view, was too lenient with the Cathars.[10] Pope Innocent III then abandoned the option of sending Catholic missionaries and jurists, declared Pierre de Castelnau a martyr and launched the Albigensian Crusade.

Islam has its own heresies, the notable ones being the Yazidi and the Shia. Recently, the new Christian heresy is the Leftist death cult. But many of the old Christian heresies I thought were closer to Jesus Christ’s life and teachings than the secular versions of Catholicism and vassal patriarchs of Byzantium.

What were the notable features and benefit of this crusade few ever heard before?

The Albigensian Crusade or Cathar Crusade (1209–1229) was a 20-year military campaign initiated by Pope Innocent III to eliminate Catharism in Languedoc, in the south of France. The Crusade was prosecuted primarily by the French crown and promptly took on a political flavour, resulting in not only a significant reduction in the number of practising Cathars but also a realignment of the County of Toulouse, bringing it into the sphere of the French crown and diminishing the distinct regional culture and high level of influence of the Counts of Barcelona.

I’m currently watching and running simulations over that area of Europe from 790 AD to 900 AD, the Viking eras and the time of Charlemagne (Karl Karling) in France vs the Muslim occupiers of Basque Spain and Barcelona. What that essentially means is that I’ve been looking at the details surrounding these historical abstract dry facts, but I haven’t gotten to that 1200 era quite yet. There’s a lot to run through, one step at a time.

Suffice it to say that the Cathars believed in equality and practiced it along with poverty and the virtues related to such. They had little if any discrimination between males and females for work related fields. Quite the social instability factor back then, as one can imagine given the Catholic Church’s power being invested in marriage and the lines of agnatic succession. The local feudal lords like the French king weren’t above using religion for politics either, as we can also see in the modern era. The reason is simple, that area between Spain and France, faced some of the toughest Islamic raids and invasions. The Spanish Basque culture got hammered and it was a culture notable for its less discriminator views of women. Catholic Christianity at least allowed succession to go to the cognatic branch, the female heirs if there were no male heirs of the primary line. Islam absolutely forbid inheritance based on matrilineal branches. Well, that’s because Islam is Islam. It wouldn’t work given their priority on jihad and slaving/raiding for females. What would a female ruler need more female slaves in the harem for? She wouldn’t be motivated to start jihads and conquer more territory for Islam or the Caliph. It just doesn’t work in the Islamic system. If there is an Islamic heresy that allowed this, that’s why they are a minor minor faction that barely exists in the 21st century. Anyways, going back to the main topic.

So that’s what was going behind that political, cultural, and/or religious re alignment mentioned in the wiki. The actual details to go along with the meaningless dry abstract stuff most people read about and then forget the next day their sports team loses or their political masters give them a new order. As I continue my research, my “findings” will continue to be refined at a higher level.

Sexual culture and the Leftist alliance

September 20, 2015

Tim Larkin is hosted by an independent Ted network. The lecture deals with some of the contextual background of violence, which crimes may be part of.

The Leftist alliance and its propaganda or religious networks, often tout their moral superiority over others by the fact that they are advancing the Progress of the Race or the Species. That they are breaking open New Horizons, that we should be thankful to our masters in the elite halls of DC for throwing whatever crumbs come our way because “we didn’t build that”.

In reality, the Left is lying. SJWs always lie is a now common theme or meme on the net. They are deceiving people when they talk about empowering women. When they get their hands on women, they put them into a cage where women are helpless except to rely on their Leftist religion or the social circle of conformity (universities and homo networks). That’s not independence, that’s not giving people individual power to affect their reality. Victimhood is their ability to lure people in and say that if you become a victim and embrace the rituals of the victim, you will have power over society and reactionaries. Power in which they did not have against the Democrat rapist, the violent black thug, or the deceivers.

So when other people outside the Circle of Conformity talk about being responsible, having the power to change your circumstance, being at fault or not being at fault, this breaks the Circle of Conformity. Slaves are not responsible for what happens to them, because they have no power. And the Left considers women and minorities in the same place, but the reality is different as some of us may have noticed. Victimhood, totalitarian tyranny, and political force is its own power. A power used for evil.

The women under the Left’s influence are not free and they are not independent. An independent ruler would welcome help from males or other factions, so long as they weren’t a threat to the ability to rule with reason or conscience. The women under the Left are controlled and weaponized, far more than the Democrats ever could have done using social controls in 1820 against women. So yes, I think the tightest social controls in human history, can be seen in the contemporary Leftist alliance’s modes of behavior. They are not the Advance of Reason or the Progress/Improvement of the Race. They are instead, a throwback, a regression, a retardation. An evil.

Right after the youtube play list is that one, coincidentally. about porn’s conditioning effect on the native population.

Which might lead to Rot in England or something else.

Quote from child molestor/rapist: “The culture did a lot of the grooming for me.”

Ishtar=Libertas=Statue of Liberty?

September 18, 2015

Through some survivor or preparedness sources, I’ve come across an interesting theory or claim. It is merely that Mystery Babylon=United States of America

In search of research to corroborate the issue, we have to go into the far far past.

Ishtar was also known as the goddess of war because she fights for freedom and liberty. She was also known as the goddess of victory because there is no freedom without victory. She was also known as the goddess of love because of her sexuality and her promotion of all types of sexual perversion in the name of freedom.

The ties to the ancients were well known, I thought, by me, yet these roots is much deeper than merely the Roman or Greek traditions in the West.

If the Bible can be taken as a book of (literal) prophecies, then this becomes sort of like a science fiction time loop scenario, doesn’t it. Were they talking about Babylon back or the US right now? Babylon wasn’t Babylon to the Babylonians, they were the Sumerians, so where did the name Babylon even come from?

It’s an interesting scenario exercise for people who can run parallel simulations at the same time, for different hypothesis and theories. Who knows where this train will take us.

Personally I go with the 3 mode pov for believing in things. If there is enough evidence to support it, then belief may be justified. If there is evidence against it, then disbelief may be justified. If there is no evidence for or against, then neutrality is justified. But I changed that formula around a bit. I prefer to have one part of the psyche do the “believe as if it was true”, one part does the “believe it as false”, and one part as neutral observer, then watch as the experiment plays out. If this is true, then X must also be true, one part thinks. This is false, so this other explanation must be true, the other part thinks.

And I just let my mind run through the various courses. A couple of sleep cycles added here and there, and a lot of crunching would be done.


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