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Pressing the archival switch

Friday, February 24th, 2017
There are now arguments to conclude that humanity will enter a terminal decline, or worse, go extinct somewhere this century. Yes it is terribly difficult to destroy the species (there may be a few straggling survivors in deep mountain survival complexes even in the worst case scenario for centuries) but we must conclude that most of terrestrial, human survival is now at stake. For reasons I won't have to become sensationalistic and point a finger to the trump phenomenon - far more pressing concerns consist of humanity quickly losing its primary source of energy depletion, while we as a species are nowhere near to transitioning to alternative… Read More

I joked about it a year ago.

Friday, January 20th, 2017
And now we are here. What. The. Fuck.  Read More

Dealing with a US president that’s going cold turkey of cocaine

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017
Obese Donald Let's face the facts - soon to be president Donald J. Trump is heavily addicted to cocaine. This is no longer merely speculative, it's a near certainty. We can already see the signs he has sharply decreased his intake, as he is visibly bloating more every day. Trump has gone from overweight and pudgy to severely… Read More

Stop fucking whining about “Political Correctness”

Friday, November 18th, 2016
I am through with people whining about "safe spaces" and "politicical correctness". I am through with people whining that "freedom of speech" is under threat by "libruls". Maybe there are some autistic types on some few US universities that have reached the breaking point in terms of being attacked by extreme right wingers, oligarchist neoliberals, theocratic fascists and other assorted psychopaths. Yes some people have blindly and indiscriminately lashed out against decades of right wing vitriol, and they have done so like complete… Read More

So where will you live in 2100?

Thursday, November 17th, 2016
So it's settled - we are headed for the worst case estimate in terms of population of 10 to 15+ billion humans on the planet, and we are headed for a full seven degrees average global temperature rise by 2100. And it's pretty much certain that advances in medical sciences will cause the richest 1+ billion of humanity to live substantially longer and - in some extreme cases - we can anticipate that most people born this century will be able to live… Read More

Two now social media buttons

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
"This is factual, verifiable and I deem this correct", and "this isn't".  Read More

How to get rid of Donald J. Trump

Monday, November 14th, 2016
Sure I can hang that target a few hundred meters downrange We can safely state that Trump is positioning himself to cause instability. His climate policies, his stance of detente towards the middle east and continued "operation iraqi liberation", his investment in look at the 911 attacks and aftermath and now the appointment of Steve Bannon - there is a point where Trump become subject to being removed. It's hard to say from the grassroots level who is in charge of what these days, but Trump is stirring in so many hornets nests the odds for a premature Trump removal are increasing. IT's obvious… Read More

Отдача (Blowback)

Friday, November 11th, 2016
putin-muahaha Read More

Not really

Monday, November 7th, 2016
The elites will force everyone to work - the handicapped, women, immigrants, refugees, mental patients, senior citizens, the young, middle classes, lower classes - everyone. This while the portion of 'fungible' or "work that's worth actual money" work rapidly decrease. Politicians will keep doing the same thing over and over, and it'll get worse and worse.
Not really. It's much simpler and much much worse. People are very predictable, and behave according to models. These models have been charted out quite well, the last decades, and only get better with automation and algorithms. People revolt, protest, unionize, strike,… Read More

The simple graph that will shape the next few centuries.

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Asteroid Mining Resources Read More

The importance of humanity and empathy in politics

Friday, October 14th, 2016
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Phoooh Cocaine, purrr

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
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Let’s hope we are in Peak Denial

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016
The last time humanity went off the deep end (or at least - western civilization did) was at the end of the Roman era an signified the Dark Ages. While some deny the Dark Ages were not in any way particularly bad. Also, it may not be the ebb and flow of human civilization that was the cause of the dark ages. It may actually be that recurring (1,2,… Read More

Joseph Goebbels’ 105-year-old secretary: ‘No one believes me now, but I knew nothing’

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016
Source Brunhilde Pomsel worked at the heart of the Nazis’ propaganda machine. As a film about her life is released, she discusses her lack of remorse and the private side of her monstrous boss
It was rare for us to see him in the mornings,” says Brunhilde Pomsel, her eyes closed… Read More


Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
I have long worried about ideology, and ideology being consistent. It is very difficult to come up with a position regarding fellow human beings that takes most philosophical and political dilemma's in to account. So I came up with a particular way to look at the world, mostly as an answer to Libertarianism, i.e. Planetism. I know there are other people out there already toting that term, but I've tried to put a unique slant on it, to make a point. The world we live in can right now be assumed under a state of emergency. The population of the planet, all humans that live here, deserve a humane standard of living, and most human beings deserve… Read More

Is the U.S. Due for Radically Raising Taxes for the Rich?

Monday, August 8th, 2016
That’s what has usually happened whenever a large proportion of Americans have been upset with the distribution of their country’s wealth. In one of the biggest moments of Hillary Clinton’s convention speech, the Democratic nominee promised that under her presidency, “Wall Street, corporations, and the super-rich are going to start paying their fair share of taxes.” The crowd went wild. This idea, that the wealthiest Americans have been helped along financially by their ability… Read More

Pedophyle Politics

Friday, August 5th, 2016
Clear what I mean already?
. The US political system is in extreme and immediate danger and it simply does not understand how massive the danger is. Once this psychological dam bursts, there will be hell to pay, and it looks like it set to burst very very soon. The most horrible betrayal is the betrayal of the vulnerable by someone in absolute power, who - even when confonted by the wickedness of… Read More

Erdogan and the “Coup”

Thursday, August 4th, 2016
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The friction between necessity and special interests

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
Societal disparity is a hot button topic sure to arouse emotions. Those who currently have or make comparatively more money as always follow heir self-interest and stick to decennia old post cold war talking points best summarized as "anyone who works hard will eventually be successful". This is clearly a self-validating and wealth consolidating statement and it's completely understandable from a zero sum perspective. For the lucky few at the top of the economic food chain any compelling statement that "if most people who work hard in life will not be successful", pretty much means that society is injust and is subject to renegotiation. And we… Read More

Anonymous – Chasing Edward Snowden Full Documentary

Monday, July 25th, 2016
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The problem with black African Americans

Saturday, July 23rd, 2016
America has a major problem, as depicted in his video here.
An African American women was slammed to the ground and arrested by a police officer, and she asked him why everyone was afraid of black people. His answer was pretty shocking. Brett Erlich, Grace Baldridge, and Hasan Piker, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. “Dash cam footage surfaced Thursday of a white Austin, Texas, police officer violently arresting Breaion King, a blak elementary school… Read More

How Sexual Dominance Influences Politics

Saturday, July 23rd, 2016
written by Gregory Gorelik (original article) The link between sex and dominance is age-old and pervasive. From the works of the Marquis de Sade to Vladimir Nabokov, literature is suffused with its ecstasies and tortures. Its depictions in popular cinema and print, from 9½ Weeks to Fifty Shades of Grey, suggest that this inseparable link is more than a fringe fetish, and that its dark fantasies haunt even the dungeons of respectable minds. This popular… Read More

The world of Islam has soft targets too

Friday, July 15th, 2016
Yesterday a man drove a truck in to a crowd and kep driving for kilometers during the Bastille day celebtrations om Nice. Since he is half french and half meghreb it seems safe to assume this was a terrorist attack by islamic (lower case) radicals. Enough is enough. I can't and won't make any threats here, but make of it what you will. I am going to make a prediction now - this act went too far. I understand how hatred of radicals work - the radicals work actively top dehumanize their targets, and to elevate this while wahabbi version of islam to some kind of apocalyptic status where it simply… Read More

Parag Khanna says ‘Europe “needs” more migrants’. I say, probably not.

Monday, July 11th, 2016
Here's an article where Parag Khanna offers his insights. I completely disagree with these conclusion and I am not the only one who says this. Here's my take. First there is technological unemployment. In the span of the next *few* decades most jobs will be replaced by machines, automation, new software suites and robots. This will be an extremely difficult transition, and the nett effect will b a substantial decrease… Read More

Kessler syndrome and the formation of AGN

Friday, July 1st, 2016
Observed galaxies in the cosmos nearly all contain a supermassive black hole. These SBH's have masses closely tied in the hosting galaxy size, suggesting a strong correlation in formative history. Our galaxy's SBH has a mass of over 3 million solar masses, crammed in to a region smaller than the orbit of Mercury around the sun, and the biggest galaxies can generate SBH's up to several tens of billions of… Read More