Thursday, June 21, 2018
  Satan interviews Satan

Satan dba Deutsche Welle interviews Satan dba Comey. Satanic question, satanic answer.
When asked whether he felt like he might get "tainted" by remaining in the Trump administration, Comey said that although there was potential for that, "I thought that was my duty."

"The nature of the president actually increased my commitment to stay in my role and serve and protect the FBI and the American people," Comey said.

"I knew it was going to be hard. I knew there were going to be all kinds of difficult situations, but I thought what a coward I would be to walk away from that when I'm supposed to be leading an organization that's, by spirit and culture, independent."
In other words, the FBI's duty is crime and treason and mass murder. Ever since its founding 100 years ago, FBI's sole mission is to EXTERMINATE EXTERMINATE EXTERMINATE anyone who shows the slightest signs of sanity or normalcy or goodness, including Presidents who even PRETEND for a moment to be serving America. Only absolute infinite infinite infinite infinite evil is permitted.

Satan is rarely shy. He always announces his purposes clearly and openly.


Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  Stupid warning

Still trying to find a proper replacement for a Just Right soup bowl that I carelessly broke a few months ago. Ordered some items from JCPenney. They might do the job. Worth a try. But they're still not Just Right. I may have to commission a stoneware bowl from a potter on Etsy.

The box from Penneys:

Okay. So how should you open it? Sandpaper? Gunshots? Throw rocks at it? Burn the cardboard with Elon's flamethrower?

Or do they mean that you should open it with sound waves from a precisely tuned piano? White keys only? (Racism! Racism! Deprivileging Keys Of Colour!)

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Irrelevant footnote on burning: Last night I was pondering the "needle in a haystack" cliche. Needles are made of iron. Just tape a magnet on a long stick and start poking around. Click! Got it. Or if you don't have a magnet, you could burn the haystack to expose the needle. Either way it's not an impossible task if you really WANT the needle.
Monday, June 18, 2018
  Jesus. Fucking idiot.

Via ZH:
Moments after Angela Merkel received a 2-week ultimatum to resolve Germany's increasingly contentious refugee issue which could culminate with Merkel resignation, Donald Trump decided to capitalize on Merkel's misfortune, and in a tweet claimed that "the people of Germany are turning against their leadership as migration is rocking the already tenuous Berlin coalition. Crime in Germany is way up. Big mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture!"
Jesus. Fucking idiot.

Now all Krauts will UNITE behind Merkel.

This is why Putin is successful and Trump is a grotesque failure. In fact this is a long-lasting difference between Russian and American behavior.

Russians (and sane adults everywhere) KNOW WHEN TO SHUT UP. When your enemy is falling apart ON THEIR OWN, you don't NEED to do or say anything. Just keep doing your duty, keep fulfilling your own purpose. Watch and enjoy the enemy's failure. Anything you say or do will give the enemy a reason to stick together.

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Footnote: This entry is mainly a REMINDER to myself. I noticed some neocon asshole defending "rights" against duties with a pile of false arguments. I got all weeweed up in typical Web Mode and prepared to BLAST him as they say in clickbait. And then the sane adult took over. Do your duty, fulfill your purpose, let the idiots show their colors.

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  Constants and variables 94, pills vs chills edition

Just calling attention to an ELEGANT use of constants and variables in this article on the importance of fever.

The article starts with a dubious reading of history:
Until a few decades ago, fevers were thought to be an unavoidable but unpleasant side effect of illness. But modern research suggests that most fevers are actually integral to effective immune responses.
I don't think the concept is new. Conventional wisdom has always seen a fever as the body's attempt to evict the pathogen by making the internal environment uncomfortable for the pathogen. The idea that you must relieve the fever is quite recent, and arguably driven by the pharmaceutical industry in cahoots with pill-pushing MDs.

Here's the beautiful and elegant part:
The evolutionary importance of the fever was first examined by comparing fevers to other dangerous spikes in temperature. Writing in American Zoologist, physiologist Matthew Kluger notes that responses to increased body temperature are different when the cause is a fever compared to, say, exercising in the heat. When our body temperature rises in response to an infection, we take actions consistent with trying to warm up even more: shivering, huddling under blankets. When hyperthermic, we sweat, feel the urge to drink cool water, and make every effort to cool down. In other words, when we’re sick, our bodies try their best to be hot.
Kluger is observing what REAL ORGANISMS do in response to heat from two separate causes. He grasps the variable of PURPOSE in our natural responses. We're not just a bimetal thermostat. The signal from our thermosensors is combined with some (not yet understood) sense input from the immune system.

Heat + immune activity = goal of preserving heat.

Heat + muscle activity = goal of shedding heat.


Saturday, June 16, 2018
  Manweller vs Einstein

Okay, the title is stretchy, but I think there's a point to be made.

A lot of political "debate" is based on mechanistic assumptions. Groups are treated as soulless automatons, like Einstein's fashionable preconceptions about China.

Supposedly "immigrant hordes" are brought in solely to insure D victory. "47% largesse" is given solely to insure D victory. Felons are allowed to vote to insure D victory.

It never works that way.

I disproved the 47% largesse crap easily.

The immigrant horde crap isn't quite as obvious, but it's fairly clear that new immigrants don't vote, and second-generation immigrants follow local tendencies because they have the same needs as the older locals. No automatons in this group.

Prison? Most prisoners are black, so they are automatically D. The mechanistic assumption is correct at that level. BUT pro criminals of all colors weren't voters before they were arrested, and still aren't voters afterward. Pro criminals have a FAR MORE REALISTIC view of life. They understand that force solves problems. They see that the stageplay of "voting" never makes a difference. So it doesn't matter if they're allowed to vote or not. They're too smart to waste time on frivolity.

Pro criminals understand Manweller's rule. Elections only count when they verify the decisions made by force. Real decisions are made before and above the decorative ceremony of elections.

The same basic point applies to all expansions of the voting population, from women to 18-year-olds to disputes about requiring ID. It doesn't matter who is ALLOWED or ENCOURAGED to vote. ACTUAL voters behave the same no matter how you configure the ALLOWANCE.
Friday, June 15, 2018
  More Soviet surprises

RT mentions a new Russian law raising the age for Social Security. Here in wonderful USA STRONG we're raising the age from 65 to 70. Russia is raising the age FROM 60 for men and 55 for women TO 65 for men and TO 63 for women, gradually over the next 10 years.

Surprised me. Turns out that the 60m/55w age has been in place since 1930, longer than our system with its 65 limit. Our original Townsend Plan was meant to start at 60, but by the time it was written up it was "compromised".

Found an excellent brief account of pensions and similar services. Better than the 1968 Dept of Commerce document I've been using, which was a good source on banking and profits but not useful on these subjects.

This PDF is a brief 1959 article by Robert Myers in a trade journal for actuaries. Myers goes into heavy detail on stuff that actuaries find interesting, but also gives a clear and concise description of savings, insurance and medical care.

Myers felt the need to pre-defend his findings against our idiotic pre-conceptions about Communism, which haven't changed one fucking bit since 1959.
Most people in the United States and Canada do not realize that the Soviet Union has an effective social security system. Undoubtedly, this position is subconsciously based on the feeling that the small concern shown by the Soviet government for the rights of individuals extends to aged and disabled persons, who can no longer be productive. This would also seem to be in accordance with the Communist principle, "He who does not work, neither shall he eat."

Actually, the USSR has a very broad social security system that bears many resemblances to such programs in other countries. The Soviet Constitution provides for social insurance protection. Individuals on this side of the Iron Curtain, after learning of the existence of the Soviet social security system, might well expect the benefits to be flat amounts in accordance with the Communist principle, "From each according to his ability; to each according to his need." However, benefits under the Soviet system vary with earnings. Still another misconception that might arise is that the entire economic security of the Soviet citizen is provided by governmental programs. Although this is true to a very considerable extent, rather surprisingly it is by no means completely the case.

Savings accounts:
The Soviet Union has more than 50,000 savings banks. About 43 million people have accounts of an average size of 1,850 rubles. (=about 185 dollars at that time.) Interest is paid at the rate of 2% for short-term deposits and 3% for deposits of 1 year or more. Since there are no personal checking accounts in the Soviet Union, it would seem that most of the savings in these institutions are for short-term purposes.

Life and accident insurance:
A single government-owned insurance company operates in most ways like insurance companies in other countries. This company sells not only life and accident insurance, but also casualty and fire insurance.

Policies are sold and serviced by an agency force of about 40,000. Each agent has an exclusive geographic territory and is remunerated by commissions that vary from 6% to 20% depending on the type of insurance. The earnings of the agents appear to be relatively good, since they are about 50% higher than the average wage in industry and commerce.

It appears that about 10 million persons are insured for life and accident, with the average life policy being about 5000 rubles. and the average "accident only" policy about 10,000 rubles. Considering the Soviet philosophy, the amount of individual insurance in force seems relatively large.

Medical care:
Almost complete medical care is available for all persons in the Soviet Union under a system of government-operated clinics and hospitals with salaried doctors. The only direct costs to individuals are partial charges for inexpensive medicines and similar items. There is a small amount of private practice of medicine by salaried doctors during their off-duty hours. This is used primarily by higher paid patients to avoid long waits at the clinics for minor ailments.
Here's a chart of the pension age system. Note the distinction between ordinary, hard, and dangerous work, and also note the special provision for mothers of large families. Women were expected to work, and child care was provided free.

Overall this illustrates yet again the distinction between the Natural Law system of employment versus the Yankee system. The Natural Law system, which Yankees call "slavery", provides lifetime security in exchange for a restricted range of income. The Yankee system, which Yankees call "rights", makes no provision at all for security. If you are a New Yorker you get vast rewards. If not, you have the "right" to die and nobody will give a fuck.

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Footnote: While I was looking up other sources to be sure Myers was right, I repeatedly noticed that the old structures are still there. The state insurance company Gosstrakh is still running, and the pension system and medical system haven't changed much. In other words, Russia has preserved the GOOD PARTS of the Soviet system while releasing total state control. In my previous discussion, I saw that the Soviet system was in fact capitalist and profit-based. The most successful parts of modern Russia, like Rosneft and Rosatom, are still mostly state-owned and capitalist and profit-based.

CONCLUSION: State-owned and state-planned profit-based capitalism WORKS BETTER than our current share value system. Central planning vs "free" planning is no longer a variable. Our corporations are centrally planned by a few oligarchs (Bezos, Zuckerberg, Buffett, Bloomberg) so we can't claim "the invisible hand". There are only a few perfectly visible and perfectly bloody hands.

It shouldn't be surprising that central planning by government to serve the nation works better than central planning to serve a few psychotic alien lunatic monstrous genocidal demons.

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  Spain commits national suicide

Spain has gone ALL THE WAY with Satan.
Spain’s new center-left government unveiled a series of measures Friday to “put people's rights first” in migration policies, AP reported. The new cabinet took the first steps toward extending public health care to foreigners without residence permits, Education Minister Isabel Celaa said, adding that the government would have a decree ready in six weeks. The government also planned to assess how to remove – “without losing any security” – the barbed wire capping the border fences of Ceuta and Melilla, the two Spanish enclaves in North Africa.
Rajoy had been cautiously pro-Spain and pro-God. Sanchez is reversing the field AND MORE.

This deserves more than my usual purple area on the map of Sorosia.

Spain IS Satan.


  Speaking of memory....

Speaking of trauma and memory:

Back in Sept 2016 I was resuming my morning walk, carefully and minimally, the day after hernia surgery. I was still in pain and slightly anesthetized, so I didn't trust my brain. I saw a miraculous sight, one of the cars I'd always been hoping to see. A 1939 Champion two-door, light tan in color. I had seen a few of the big prewar Studies when I was a kid, but never a Champion. This one was just sitting in the driveway of a house that perfectly matched 1939.

Given the circumstances, I wasn't sure of the validity. Hallucination? Good omen? Bad omen? Or just real?

This morning the reality was verified. Saw the same car on the road, driving to work like all the modern cars. Sounds like a modern V8 under the hood, not a prewar six.

Here's a factory picture of the Champ two-door, along with another dreamy element that unfortunately wasn't part of my sightings.

Correction after looking at more pictures: The car I'm seeing has long vertical taillights, which means it's a '41. The '39 and '40 had short vertical taillights, and the '42 (like nearly all '42 American cars) had horizontal rectangles.


  Se-lu 25, soulless automaton edition

One of Einstein's soulless herd-like automaton Orientals shows us his herd-like soulless automaton nature.

Problem: Got a motorcycle. Need to deliver a big rack thing. You're a herd-like automaton. What do you do? Obviously you surrender to the herd and automatonically sit down on the ground in great stench and filth, doing nothing. Einstein said it, so it must be right.

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In reality, you tie a side-trailer onto the motorcycle, then tie the rack thing onto the side-trailer, then tie on some shopping bags for overwidth warning, then put a couple of helmets on the side-trailer to satisfy legalities, then start up the bike and deliver the big rack thing. Problem solved, job done.

It couldn't happen in Einstein's Krautland and it couldn't happen in modern America, because Krautmericans are ACTUALLY herd-like automatons blindly obeying all rules and regulations. We are physically incapable of LOOSENING our souls.

(Incidentally, all of the abovementioned tying took about three minutes. This dude clearly has plenty of experience in improvised delivery.)


  Why it works

Here is an IMPORTANT piece of research.
In the field of treating traumatic memories there has been a long-debated question of whether fear attenuation involves the suppression of the original memory trace of fear by a new memory trace of safety or the rewriting of the original fear trace towards safety. Part of the debate has to do with the fact that we still don't understand exactly how neurons store memories in general. Although they don't exclude suppression, the findings from this study show for the first time the importance of rewriting in treating traumatic memories.

Using a fear-training exercise that produces long-lasting traumatic memories, the scientists first identified the subpopulation of neurons in the dentate gyrus that are involved in storing long-term traumatic memories.

The mice then underwent fear-reducing training, which resembles exposure-based therapy in humans -- the most efficient form of trauma therapy in humans today. Surprisingly, when the researchers looked again into the brain of the mice, some of the neurons active at recalling the traumatic memories were still active when the animals no longer showed fear. Importantly, the less the mice were scared, the more cells became reactivated.
In other words, re-conditioning a memory away from panic doesn't mean getting rid of the memory. It means drowning out the panic waves with new comfort waves, which must be more intense than the original panic waves.

The conditioning specifically affects one area in the dentate gyrus:

Finally, when the researchers enhanced the excitability of these recall neurons during the therapeutic intervention, they found that the mice showed improved fear reduction. Thus, they concluded that attenuating remote fear memories depends on the continued activity of the neurons they identified in the dentate gyrus.

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The hippocampus is the 'hemstitch' at the bottom edge of the temporal lobe, seen here:

This picture is dominated by the light blue arch of the fornix, which crosslinks the hippocampus into other parts of the cortex.

A closeup of the connection point where the fornix merges into the hippocampus shows that the dentate gyrus is a crucial 'modulator' for the connection.

So it's not surprising to find the dentate gyrus controlling associations, but the swamping or drowning-out effect is new and meaningful. It shows why one form of therapy works, and SHOULD cause "social" "scientists" to refine the effective therapy and abandon other forms of therapy. It won't, of course.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
  Fucking asked and fucking answered

At the top of the world, Randians are cheering:

Why the decrease?

Answered by the bottom of the world:

See? Even the homeless have fine cloth napkins. No problem.

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The Randians might ask next: Well, why don't those homeless folks just get up off their asses and buy a house?

Zillow answers this one. The green X is where these folks are.


  Theorist as always

Headline on BBC:

Einstein's travel diaries reveal physicist's racism

I read the article expecting to find the standard crap, as in James Watson or James Damore. Simple factual statements, based on accurate observation of reality, must be defined as "racist" and "sexist".

Nope, I was wrong. Einstein's comments were NOT factual.
He also describes his time in Colombo in Ceylon, writing of the people: "They live in great filth and considerable stench down on the ground, do little, and need little."

... He describes Chinese children as "spiritless and obtuse", and calls it "a pity if these Chinese supplant all other races". In other entries he calls China "a peculiar herd-like nation," and "more like automatons than people", claiming there is "little difference" between Chinese men and women, and questioning how the men are "incapable of defending themselves" from female "fatal attraction".
This is pure prejudice. Einstein was parroting fashionable preconceptions, not observing reality.

Later, after getting a job with Deepstate, he parroted Deepstate's fashionable preconceptions:

...described racism as "a disease of white people" in a 1946 speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.

Good old 1946.

All of this is perfectly consistent. Einstein's mind was totally filled with fashionable delusions, which are called "theories" in the world of science. He never paid the slightest attention to plain old reality.


  What would Roosevelt do?

As always, the real question is not what WOULD but what DID. FDR faced the same problems we face now, and he handled them correctly. We do the opposite every fucking time.

Someone in the Trump admin pretended to do the right thing for a moment:
Last year, Energy Secretary Rick Perry proposed a plan for subsidizing coal and nuclear plants for providing base load generation—that is, round-the-clock power, but the plan was rejected by the utility regulators who said they will study the national grid’s resilience to supply interruptions. Many grid operators said they are already factoring in everything that has to do with their grid’s resilience to disruptions.

Meanwhile, coal and nuclear plants are shutting down as they can no longer compete with cheap natural gas and can barely compete with subsidized renewables. Two months ago, utility FirstEnergy approached the Department of Energy directly with a request for what would have been a bailout package for its coal and nuclear subsidiaries, but just days after this, the parent announced the bankruptcy of the two units.
FDR faced two similar problems.

First, farmers were failing because of disorganized unregulated competition. His admin recognized (1) farmers are a crucial BASELOAD for the entire economy, (2) farming isn't an occupation you can jump into and hope to succeed. FDR subsidized good farmers and discouraged upstarts.

Second, industry and commerce were unable to expand because of patchy electricity and water utilities. FDR built dams and power plants and water systems to enable further growth.

Above all, FDR didn't let entrenched bureaucrats conspire with bankers to stop his efforts. He fired bureaucrats and closed banks.

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Coal and nuclear are parallel to farms, but the parallel isn't really necessary. A nuke plant relies on a long trail of experience and engineering, and runs steadily with very little input. Nuke plants here in USA STRONG can no longer be built AT ALL because the government has ALLOWED envirodemons and lawyerdemons to block construction forever. In sane countries a nuke plant only takes about two years to build, as Russia is profitably proving in MANY sane countries.

Natural gas is much easier to build, mainly because the regulators have decided to ALLOW it. A gas plant needs constant input via pipelines or tankers, which are much more susceptible to interruption and price variation.

"Renewables" are a fraud. Nothing more, nothing less. As always, our dysgovernment SUBSIDIZES CRIME and SLAUGHTERS honest useful industries.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  No, we don't need more "scientific" literacy.

Article about a hi-tech IPO that supposedly preserves your mind by preserving the neurons and synapses of your brain at a snapshot moment. Immortality! Oh boy! My favorite!

Article ends with:
The solution to the dangers of hype, experts say, is a more scientifically literate public and less clickbait-driven journalism. Until then, it seems that companies like Nectome will continue to enjoy at least 15 minutes of fame.
Fuck. I'm scientifically literate enough to see the IPO is bullshit.

Memory is dynamic, not static. Memory is more like a song than a CD.

LOTS of people are equally or far more literate, and LOTS of us could have told them it's bullshit.

Why do we need MORE literate people when MILLIONS of currently literate people are TOTALLY FUCKING POWERLESS? Why bother with literacy when nobody will FUCKING LISTEN?

On the other side, this IPO "partnered with well-known MIT neurologist Edward Boyden." Why is Boyden still working and still well-known? He proved that he is either illiterate or corrupt.

Literate and UNCOOL people get no respect. Corrupt and COOL "scientists" get all the rewards.

Crime pays MAGNIFICENTLY. Cheaters win EVERYTHING. Honesty is SUICIDE.

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Footnote for clarity: Scientific literacy isn't even the main variable in most tech frauds. It wouldn't help with Theranos because there's no scientific or technical reason why Holmes's machine couldn't work. Holmes had to be exposed by internal whistleblowers who realized that she wasn't trying to build the promised machine. She was just setting up a vast array of magic tricks and stagecraft to manipulate share value.

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  What's the secret?

Pepe Escobar points out the contrast between the G7 or G6+1 or G8-56 or G321.5/2Pi or whatever meeting, and the simultaneous meeting of SCO, the economic organization of God's side.

The G7 or whatever meeting is a cacophonous nursery filled with psychotic retarded alien infants, and the SCO meeting is grownups dealing sanely with serious questions. Making new agreements to build the Silk Road facilities, bringing in Mongolia and Persia cautiously, preparing the ground for a unified Korea.

What's missing in all of these discussions? India. In fact India always manages to stay out of the spotlight. Its population is equal to China now, and will beat China next year because China's one-child policy flattened the curve. The biggest country in the world makes less news than Ecuador.

India has maintained strategic flexibility ever since independence, constantly fighting Pakistan over worthless Kashmir but not taking part in the big battles. East and West have always tried to lock India into taking a side, but India has always refused, and has never paid a price for refusing.

What's the secret?
  Speaking of "global warming"

This warming is chilling us! Oops, I mean killing us! Obviously these temperatures must be Fake News generated by RUSSIAN_INTERFERENCE_BOTS.

In fairness, May was unusually warm. Now June is unusually cool. This year is pretty much normal, which is a relief after two consistently abnormal years.



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