To robot or what to robot?

When robots make everything, who will be able to buy anything? This oneway technocracy street with no turning back on which we have to adapt or die, you might want to consider this: unless you have a society with no money and everything is abundant and free … a utopia far beyond UN Agenda 2030 and living wage socialism…then this oneway street is going the wrong way.

Did you want to hook up to the matrix now Mr. Heinlein?

Or, instead perhaps many of us will adapt, reverse course and grow our own bananas in the country, happy to let technocracy run the cities. But then the question is: will the technocracy let us be free? You should know that the answer is no, that is not how technocracy works. Technocracy is driven to control everything. Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated. If that day comes, the robots will be farming humans.

Technocracy is a sad dystopia if you are human. I am not suggesting that we all become Luddites. I am suggesting that there several ethical, moral and economic problems that must be dealt with before suiting up. There is little trust in any political system anywhere, too many lies and liars, no trust in mainstream media, shooting wars in 10 countries, one or more political systems who want to dominate the world, and a worldwide credit bubble that is ready to blow. Who wants to bring a robot up in that environment?

Since government is the least effective and most wasteful system in existence, shouldn’t government and public services be the first system to be fully automated and artificially intelligent? A goal of politician-free government is something that will unify humans and improve life far more than burger flipping robots and employee-free businesses. Let’s automate government first; great payback.

Just a thought.

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Put a light on this conspiracy

President Trump tweeted that he had been spied upon.  A media frenzy began which was intended to negatively impact President Trump in his first quarter in office.  How was that organized?  Who led that effort?  The American people and the world would like to know.

It was all over the news that last December 2016 a meeting occurred between Jared Kushner, Michael Flynn and the Russian Ambassador.  Flynn was fired.  In some reports it was mentioned that such meetings by members of a president’s transition team and ambassadors of many countries occur commonly and are not illegal.

Nevertheless, the implication that played through the press and politicians was that Trump and his team and/or the Russians had done something wrong.   And Congress is still spinning its wheels on that story.

But the most significant questions, the questions for criminal law, the questions ignored by the press and people who claim to be journalists, academics, inspectors general, Judges and Congressmen are (1) how did intelligence know about the meeting?  And (2) how did intelligence know exactly what was discussed at the meeting?  And (3) how did that information end up in a story reported in the New York Times?  At each step, who requested and who authorized that spy craft?  The answers to these questions lead to serious federal crimes and jail time …and perhaps the gallows.

Many Americans and other nationalities can see that there is a civil war going on inside the “Deep State.”  It is past time to put it all on the table and to let Americans judge for themselves without your filters.  We will decide for ourselves.  Don’t try Obama’s non-transparent most transparent administration ever.  We are talking about hanging offenses.

Lest you forget: you work for us.  Stop your warmongering.  If you don’t come clean, and fast, then we will get rid of all of you, “drain your swamp” as Trump said, and we will watch many of you swing from the gallows after adjudication.  As the smartest man in the room said, “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”

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Another problem with the World Trade Center collapse on 9-11

Here is a sequence of photos of WTC1 collapse, which was the second WTC building to collapse but the first building to be hit by an airplane. The fires were in floors 94 through 98. From the 2005 NIST report and photos, the first floor to collapse was 97. Prior to the collapse, there were no fires or damage to more than 90 floors below. The smoke near the ground in the far left photo was from the collapse of WTC 2 which had already collapsed.
Shown in these photos, WTC1 collapses very rapidly and the timing of the collapse is only 0.8 seconds more than an object falling in free fall in a vacuum (i.e. no resistance to the fall) from height equal to the top of this building, 110 stories. For this building, or any object, to fall at near free fall rate of acceleration, it cannot meet any resistance to its fall. Any resistance would slow the fall.
In free fall, the floors cannot have impacted the floors below, which is in fact what happened. The official revised government report from NIST acknowledges the building was in near free fall, as do many engineers and architects. The floors fall together and accelerate downward together until they finally meet resistance from the structure and ground below.
If the floors were pancaking on top of each other, collapsing down vertically on top of each other, that impact could have produced massive dust and smoke clouds since the concrete, wall board, desks, etc would be crushed by the massive weight and momentum of the falling mass from above. But, the photos, video and timing definitively show that pancaking did not happen. NIST and other official reports have backed away from the pancaking theory. Based on timing confirmed by multiple videos from different angles, the falling building met no resistance to its fall, even though the lower 90 floors were undamaged by the airplane or weakened by fires.
So, beginning in the second photos from the left, followed by the 3rd and 4th photos, what caused the smoke and dust?
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The Physics of 9-11-2001

In the following video, a high school physics teacher carefully explains the physics of the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings on 9-11-2001. 58 minutes. Watch and change your view of the world.

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Precautionary Principle and AGW

Over in another social media, an executive of a major corporation responded to me that his company “like Apple, Google, Walmart, P&G and others”… “reaffirm our Act on Climate Pledge” based in part on the Precautionary Principle. The Precautionary Principle is a false premise in this context and must be discarded. The Precautionary Principle requires that you do no harm or less harm.  In other words, he and his company presume that reducing CO2 emissions does no harm or less harm than doing nothing about CO2. But that is categorically false.

The ONLY vector for carbon to enter the biological food chain is via CO2 in the atmosphere which is used by plants in photosynthesis. Animals, bacteria, etc then metabolize the carbon containing molecules produced in plants and thus progressively that carbon is passed up the food chain where it becomes part of your body.

In other words, for his company or for the world to decide to reduce CO2 emissions is a decision to reduce the growth of plant life which will consequently reduce all life on this planet. Therefore that decision contradicts the principle to do no harm. Removing or reducing CO2 emissions is NOT a harmless decision, and you can easily prove that for yourself.

Here is a simple and inexpensive experiment to prove that more CO2 is better.  Make two terrariums with the same mix of various plants and fish, frogs etc if you wish in both terrariums, both with glass plates on top to seal them. Put them both in normal sunshine side by side. In one terrarium have only normal tap water. In the other terrarium replace some of the tap water with some seltzer water or add a small amount of dry ice to increase the CO2 concentration in that terrarium. You can then watch the terrarium with higher CO2 become greener and more abundant. And after that, to further prove it, add some seltzer water or dry ice to the terrarium which previously had only tap water. You will then see the growth of that terrarium improve. This is the reason CO2 is used widely in commercial greenhouses to increase the growth of green plants.

In summary, reducing the emissions of CO2 harms all life by reducing the growth of plants in the oceans and lands of earth, which in turn will reduce all life on earth.  Removing CO2 is not harmless.

In the last 600 million years, only the last part of the Carboniferous Period and in the ice age and in our present age have CO2 levels been less than 400 ppm. Plant life is starving for more CO2 today at only 400 ppm.  Average global temperatures in the Early Carboniferous Period were approximately 20° C (68° F), then cooling over millions of years to about 12° C (54° F), which is about average global temperature today. CO2 concentration in the early Carboniferous Period was about 1500 ppm, almost 4 times higher than today, declining to about 350 ppm CO2 by the middle of the Carboniferous. The explosion of abundant plant growth and coal beds that formed in the swamps occurred 286 – 360 million years ago and is the reason for the name, “Carboniferous Period.” This was still 30 million years before dinosaurs lived, and as far as we know there were no humans, factories or SUVs. The Carboniferous was a time when Earth was ruled by giant plants and insects in vast jungles and swamps, and glaciers grew and melted. It is a period well worth studying since there were many similarities to today in climate changes and environmental conditions. It is interesting to read about it as you observe your terrarium experiment.

We’ll see whether this executive accepts my proposal to debate. (This is an illustration of the Carboniferous period.)


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9-11: All 3 buildings destroyed by controlled demolition

EuroPhysics News: The Magazine of the European Physics Society. “15 YEARS LATER: ON THE PHYSICS OF HIGH-RISE BUILDING COLLAPSES”


“It bears repeating that fires have never caused the total collapse of a steel-framed high-rise before or since 9/11. Did we witness an unprecedented event three separate times on September 11, 2001? The NIST reports, which attempted to support that unlikely conclusion, fail to persuade a growing number of architects, engineers, and scientists. Instead, the evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that all three buildings were destroyed by controlled demolition. Given the far-reaching implications, it is morally imperative that this hypothesis be the subject of a truly scientific and impartial investigation by responsible authorities.” Article begins on page 21.

In the following video, a high school physics teacher carefully explains the physics of the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings on 9-11-2001. 58 minutes. Watch and change your view of the world.


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Bigger than Scopes

Point by point rebuttal of the mistakes in science underlying the fraud of human-caused climate change.  Time for subpoenas and disclosure to determine who knew and when did they know.

Greenhouse Gases in the Atmosphere Cool the Earth!

Written by Robert Ashworth, Nasif Nahle and Hans Schreuder

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Where the evidence leads


Architects and Engineers On 9/11! Excellent Must See!

“Your life may never be the same.”

“We need the truth in order to heal.”


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Repeal Obamacare NOW

The cost of providing healthcare must be reduced and soon. For example, in 2015, $35 billion was spent by the U.S. on foreign aid in all its forms. But Medicare, Medicaid, and HHS spent nearly $980 billion. “In addition to these direct outlays, various tax provisions for health care create tax expenditures that total nearly $260 billion.” On top of that, much of Medicaid is paid by the states.

Drug cost is not the problem at all, trivial in fact, compared to the benefits of drugs including cost containment.

The overall administrative cost of compliance with all the regulations and laws at state, city, county and federal levels is the BIG problem that must be resolved and reduced. Expenses directly correlate to the number of transactions administered.

Now look at this chart of Obamacare’s complexity. The number of transactions implied by this chart is a exponential equation for growth of healthcare cost. This implies a rapid bankrupt/crash of the entire U.S. followed shortly by most other nations if Obamacare is not repealed soon and free market capitalistic competition is not implemented across all state lines. In the second graph, the U.S. Government Accounting Office (GAO) calculates that entitlement spending alone will exceed all tax revenue sometime between 2030 and 2040.



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Analyze the dark side

It is widely known and accepted that our known universe is composed predominantly of dark matter and infused with energy known as dark energy.  Our planet, our solar system, and our Milky Way Galaxy and all light and matter which we are able to see and sense are journeying through a universe of dark matter and dark energy which we are – so far – unable to see or sense directly except by the absence of dark matter and dark energy.

Therefore, science would be more informed by comprehensive scientific analyses of the noise in our various signals and sensing systems.

Almost everything that we know and understand is just a disturbance or interference in the noise, a disturbance or interference in the dark matter and dark energy.

“Using the world’s most powerful telescopes, an international team of astronomers has discovered a massive galaxy that consists almost entirely of Dark Matter. Using the W. M. Keck Observatory and the Gemini North telescope – both on Maunakea, Hawaii – the team found a galaxy whose mass is almost entirely Dark Matter. The findings are being published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters today.”

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