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'As we acquire knowledge, things do not become more comprehensible but more mysterious.' - W. Durant That statement will also apply to moi 2. "Our Identities are the essence of what we are" - Elizabeth Haydon

Monday, November 22, 2010

Ponder this!

'Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality.'


'Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.'

His thoughts on conspiracy theories

'Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were, but without it we go nowhere.'

Then physicists invented the theory of parallel universes. Then along comes great science fiction novels.


"One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time."


Good reason to stick with older books

'I consider it an extremely dangerous doctrine, because the more likely we are to assume that the solution comes from the outside, the less likely we are to solve our problems ourselves.'


Don't rely on God or aliens to save you. If they do exist, they will just observe us doing something counterproductive and write us off as failed experiment.

'Science is a way of thinking much more then it is a body of knowledge.'

'Science is based on experiment, on a willingness to challenge old dogma, on an openness to see the universe as it really is'


The internet connects us with the insight and knowledge of the greatest minds that ever were, with the best teachers, drawn from the entire globe and from all our history, to instruct us, and to inspire us to make our own contribution to the collective knowledge of the human species. I think the health of our civilization is depended upon our awareness about the workings of our society that the internet is not infected with disinformation from religious, political and economic institutions.

Problems do not go away by pouring money into them. They will remain forever a barrier to the growth and development of technology.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Why 'red' cars sux?

It is not the make of cars that everyone assumes but the 'color' of the car.
You see the color 'red' emits a magnetic anomalies.

I owned (3) red cars in my lifetime:
86 Nissan Pulsar
2000 Chevy Prizm
and 86 Ford F-250
They all burned out the alternator and had numerous electrical problems.


Retribution

How far does one go for the pursuit of conquest?




'Since the hour of its inception, our empire has been predicated on tyranny. Territory and resources have been seized by force of arms, dissent crushed and made criminal, loyalty secured through intimidation. War is an inefficient means to an end. It leaves ruin in its wake, resources expended for naught, lives taken and given in vain. It is the most egregious form of waste known to sentient beings, and, like all waste, it is illogical.'- Spock's speech on the reflection of war,

taken from The Sorrows of Empire

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

How NPR warps your mind

1) a lot of centrists and liberals listen to NPR and think they are getting the truth, and NPR delivers far from the truth

2) The other thing NPR is real good at is talking around an issue, without actually dealing with diverse opinions about it

Monday, November 15, 2010

Yesterday's Wisdom

I started to read older books.

Melissa Rossi does not cut it anymore...too many inaccuracies in her research.
Peter Joseph still got lots to learn about this world. But I admire his courage to take on the corrupted system.

The hypocrisy of Stephen Hawking ceases to amaze me. He calls UFOs the work of quakes and weirdos and then he cites the possibility of time travel and parallel universes another thing.

Good writers are popular in various countries. Be wary of writers that are not popular in certain countries. There are many writers today that tell you something but have a slick agenda that you find out later... which is too late.

Watch out for Steve Martini; his novels contain slick liberal agendas!

Writers that I like are:
Paul Erdman- telling it like it is; you know he went to jail for it.

George Carlin- his witty commentary on the nature of reality. His books are more insightful than his comedy acts.

Carl Sagan- his rational reasoning on everything. Like Sagan, Clive Cussler draws conclusion form ancient history; our ancestors are no dummies! Craig Dirgo, Jack Du Brul, and Dale Brown are good reads recommended by Clive Cussler.

Graham Hancock- does not go overboard when writing about ancient history. His Indiana Jones writing style inspire you to learn more about history.

Ursula K Le Guin- the immortal wisdom of her poetic writings. Her visionary is similar to of Ben Bova

Jacques Ellul discloses that all politicians are liars in 'Propaganda'
The true works of propaganda are from George Orwell and HG Wells.

One thing I like about older books is their low cost to read. You will either find them in your local library or used book store. When their copyright runs out, they are freely available to download at manybooks.net.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Why the US is losing?

1) 'Today's global population is held hostage to the dynamics of political competition and political succession in an imperial republic.'- Walden Bello

2) 'Iraq is going to suck the oxygen out of everything.'- Colin Powell

Obviously, he knew that invading Iraq was a bad idea.

3) 'Historians will someday have to explain why the golden age of Western democracy, like the Age of Antoines, lasted only about 200 years.'- Richard Rorty

4)'Societies and regimes driven by ideas and objectives opposed to characteristically American ones will persist in the world and remain a source of international friction'- Steven Lambakis

5) Excessive pride in its military capability and its technology drain the United States economically as well as politically while trying to exploit Iraq's oil resources.

6) Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq cost the US $5 billion per month.
(Our wars are putting us deeper in debt)

US Hegemony is not sustained on the power of reason. In the case of Iraq, it was
based on propaganda trail of forgery, plariarism, and outright concoction that the media refused to question. The nation rebuilding was built on the foundation of
falsehood and fabrication. Few will believe any promises that the US hold up to the
light. Let's see how far the US will fulfill them.

Social Contract of the NWO

Section I: I will surrender a percentage of my property to the Government. Also I will apply for a Government identification number that I will use in all my major financial transactions

Section II: I will surrender my freedom for a period of time when the Government demand it.

Section III: I will only consume those drugs permitted by the Government. Also I will limit my sexual activities as permitted by the Government.

Section IV: The Government will permit me to find employment subjecting to the limits that restrict my choice of career or wages I may accept.

Section V: The Government will permit me to reside in the area of North America.

Section VI: The Government will protect my life and my property. I agree not to hold the Government liable if it fails to protect me or my property.

Section VII: The Government will determine which candidates I may vote. I agree not to hold the Government liable if their candidates break my best interests or promises.

Section VIII: I agree that the Government may hold me fully liable if I fail to abide by the above terms. In that event, the Government may confiscate any property that I have not previously surrendered to it. I also agree that the Government may alter the terms of this contract at any time.

Sign it and be happy. The social model of 'Free Planet' and the Venus Project look pretty good. If there is no money, there is no need for jobs.

We need to recreate this world without money not create a new world with money.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Why I started this blog?

I was silenced by the largest corporation. There are certain corporations who do not share empathy with human race. They keep secrets to perpetuate their power. At the same time, they support other organizations that makes them look good in the public eye. Behind every good good cause, lies a dark agenda.

Don't expect me to know everything since I used to work for them. I am just as clueless as you are.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Why waste money on video card?

When you can settle on the superior capability on today's integrated graphics. The latest complain I hear about today's reliability on video cards is that they burn out too quickly.

When shopping for a computer, check to see what powers your graphic capability. If it is Intel, then it is basically a linux machine. Hopefully you are lucky and it is equipped with Nvidia 6150SE. It wont play the latest game but it will play 'Most Wanted' just fine. Also it has very good video encoding ability, in which I prefer to do my video editing.

Another thing you do not need is a new power supply. Waste more electric energy than needed.