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  • Is the universe a bubble? Let's check: Making the multiverse hypothesis testable

    07/19/2014 10:16:37 AM PDT · 9 of 36
    Yollopoliuhqui to blueunicorn6
    "Big bang", "black hole", dark energy", "dark matter"...it's all total claptrap based on Einstein's erroneous relativity theory. You'll never see a word in the MSM about the thousands of physicists and astronomers who subscribe to alternative theories such as Eric Lerner, Alfred De Grazia or Edwin Hubbel's chief assistant Halton Arp.

    http://www.haltonarp.com/articles http://www.grazian-archive.com/quantavolution/QuantaSeries.htm http://bigbangneverhappened.org/p7.htm

  • 10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs found in Chhattisgarh[India]

    07/19/2014 10:07:06 AM PDT · 59 of 72
    Yollopoliuhqui to Natufian
    Ancient people witnessed plasma discharges in the sky visible all over the world during a period of solar instability, sort of an aurora borealis on steroids. The image of the "squatter man" and its variations is found in petroglyphs all over the world.

    http://tinyurl.com/lukekan

  • Elizabeth Warren Supporters Launch ‘Ready for Warren’

    07/16/2014 7:36:50 AM PDT · 9 of 61
    Yollopoliuhqui to SeekAndFind

    Warren is an air head sock puppet of the financial oligarchy. How conservatives can take her seriously is beyond me. Ben Carson, period.

  • Psychological Warfare vs. Islam (vanity)

    07/14/2014 1:21:37 PM PDT · 1 of 7
    Yollopoliuhqui
    I'm posting this as a vanity post because, although it was reported in Israel's Arutz Shiva web news outlet, its original source was a blog. The ideas here need to be analyzed for use universally by conservatives.
  • Did Adam Really Live 930 Years?

    07/14/2014 11:24:41 AM PDT · 77 of 81
    Yollopoliuhqui to Ingtar

    Dwardu Cardona “God Star”. Part of a series of 7 books on ancient mythology and ancient astronomy

  • America, the bullied

    07/13/2014 9:18:42 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    Yollopoliuhqui to rktman

    Stop being a cry baby. We lost the media to the lefties. How did that happen? We piss and moan continuously about this yet do nothing to take the media back, encourage our children to seek careers in news and entertainment. I don’t care how you measure it, we were outflanked, out acted, out manipulated, out gamed, out played, etc. What we should be doing is discussing how to FIX IT or at least be discussing why conservatives don’t have the required media chops.

  • The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control

    07/12/2014 10:07:51 AM PDT · 13 of 22
    Yollopoliuhqui to drunknsage

    Dude, put me on your mailing list.

  • The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control

    07/12/2014 10:05:08 AM PDT · 12 of 22
    Yollopoliuhqui to OneWingedShark

    There are many entities working for the goal of total world domination. The question vis a vis the NSA should be: WHO ARE THE UNOFFICIAL CUSTOMERS for NSA data? Who besides the military and Homeland Security are clandestinely being given access to this data stream?

    CLUE:

    http://www.ted.com/talks/william_black_how_to_rob_a_bank_from_the_inside_that_is

  • The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control

    07/12/2014 9:02:52 AM PDT · 1 of 22
    Yollopoliuhqui
    wakeupwakeupwakeupwakeupwakeupwakeupwakeup
  • The Minoans were Caucasian

    07/12/2014 8:14:45 AM PDT · 24 of 39
    Yollopoliuhqui to Daveinyork

    “The Baltic Origins of Homer’s Epic Tales” Felice Vinci

  • Marine-Artist “Sabo” Attacks Political Correctness

    07/07/2014 8:25:28 AM PDT · 17 of 21
    Yollopoliuhqui to Kaslin

    This artist needs to be supported and encouraged by conservatives and then supplied with an army, period. After 3 generations of getting our butts walloped in a LOW INTENSITY CULTURAL CONFLICT, we are finally beginning to learn how to fight this war. (Slaps forehead, rolls eyes, walks off muttering “frickin’ ‘tards”)

  • Kongsberg unveils for the first time a Submarine Launched NSM at Balt Military Expo 2014

    06/27/2014 9:03:26 AM PDT · 3 of 3
    Yollopoliuhqui to sukhoi-30mki

    Shouldn’t that be “Konigsburg”?

  • Sarah Palin calls for tea partyers to 'take back' the nation

    06/27/2014 8:59:36 AM PDT · 2 of 42
    Yollopoliuhqui to deoetdoctrinae

    Smarter, faster.

  • We Know The Whereabouts of Lost IRS Emails…

    06/21/2014 9:00:48 AM PDT · 11 of 41
    Yollopoliuhqui to Renfield

    That Utah real estate needs to be rendered uninhabitable.

  • ‘Dracula’s Tomb’ Discovered in Italy (Naples)

    06/18/2014 6:57:56 AM PDT · 49 of 55
    Yollopoliuhqui to plain talk

    >>I give him no credit. A truly evil man. One does not have to pick sides between evil and evil. :-).

    Effectively kept the Turks out of Europe for a few years. You want evil, Google “Helena Bathory”

  • Rothschild Crony Capitalist Summit Plots Against Free Markets

    06/17/2014 9:19:44 AM PDT · 2 of 6
    Yollopoliuhqui to drypowder

    The fact that no one is commenting this article shows me why conservatism is on life support in this country. Oh, there will be a small surge next election due to Obama’s utter incompetence, but on all social value fronts, conservatism is a day late and a dollar short.

    Conservative minds are simply locked out of any critical analysis of Wall St. and its fascist-monopolist policies. “Too big to fail” IS fascism. We beat our chest and bellow about leftism leading to the ruin of civilization and fail to detect the globalist financial oligarchy fifth column movement behind our lines. What, you think that little Bilderberg meeting a few weeks ago was a harmless wine tasting get-together?

  • Environmental groups' lawsuit could upend Sonoma County vineyard policies

    06/15/2014 8:00:31 AM PDT · 21 of 22
    Yollopoliuhqui to Starwolf

    You are getting a bill for a new keyboard...!

  • Manning says US public lied to about Iraq from the start

    06/15/2014 7:59:00 AM PDT · 19 of 25
    Yollopoliuhqui to Bigg Red

    Good freaking gravy, people, get your butts out of knee jerk mode and read what the little peckerwood revealed. Both Iraq adventures were an idiot replay of Viet Nam, doomed to the same ending from the start, and for what...? Weapons of mass destruction my backside. You ever read the skinny on the “Gulf of Tonkin Incident?” Just Google it, the energy required is a mouse click. We either get smarter or we crash and burn. (Walks away shaking head, muttering...)

  • Environmental groups' lawsuit could upend Sonoma County vineyard policies

    06/14/2014 8:39:09 AM PDT · 16 of 22
    Yollopoliuhqui to dljordan

    Sonoma county has a huge grape growing industry, a spinoff from the neighboring Napa valley which is poised to over take that world famous grape growing region in production and quality. Sonoma County contains large remnants of the great northward migration of the “Summer of Love”, the San Francisco hippy culture that flowed northward into the dope growing region of Humboldt County and points north in Oregon and Washington in the mid 70’s. Sonoma County’s second largest city, Sebastopol, was one of the first cities in the state to devote governmental effort towards declaiming itself a “Nuclear Free Zone” and has the highest Prius ownership per capita in the world.

    Santa Rosa, Sonoma County’s governmental seat, had an Occupy movement that lasted longer than the one on Wall St. and currently has an ongoing radical organizing and agitation effort centered on the shooting of a teenage latino kid carrying an exact air gun replica of an AK47. This radical demographic bemoans the end of the apple groves which in the past were the major industry in the county along with dairy production. 80% of the old apple groves are now vineyards and the geriatric hippies see this as a violation against some ancient pact with the Earth goddess of your choice. This from the people touting “change” as a rallying cry to pretty much any cause de jour.

    At heart, the rad enviros are more conservative than any of us, to the point of wishing the whole “western civilization” thing engineered back to the stone age and work ceaselessly to paralyze any and all “progress” which springs from capitalist vanguardism.

    Actual change, the sort that springs from the human capacity to invent, is an anathema to them. They hate change and would have us spending our holidays in Druid groves slitting the throats of farm animals and humans in an endless panoply of ritual and ignorance.

  • Edward Snowden was in Moscow's sights six years before leaking

    06/08/2014 4:06:43 PM PDT · 12 of 20
    Yollopoliuhqui to PoloSec

    Is this Karpichkov on the CIA payroll?

  • Archaeologists Excavate Lower City of Mycenae

    06/07/2014 8:15:56 AM PDT · 11 of 25
    Yollopoliuhqui to SunkenCiv

    From: http://tinyurl.com/pzrenat

    Felice Vinci’s Baltic Origins of Homer’s Epic Tales was my first introduction to this body of scholarship which I found to be deeply intriguing and thought provoking. Vinci makes the argument that the Homeric tales show evidence that these well known myths took place in the Nordic regions rather than in the Mediterranean as commonly understood. His evidence is linguistic and geographic. For instance, he walks through key components of the tales illustrating that the geographies of The Faroe Islands, Norway, and Sweden, match the described details of the Ogygia, Scheria, and Ithaca remarkably closely, and certainly more closely than anything near the Mediterranean.

    For a similar instance, in his linguistic argument suggesting Ogygia lies in the Faroe Islands, he points out that Hogoyggj, the name of the mountain, is very similar to Ogygia as referenced in the story. Finally, while walking through his geographic and linguistic arguments that these epics are of Baltic origin, Vinci refers to the many times the weather is cold, misty, freezing, foggy, and with deep velvet colored seas, pointing out that this bears little resemblance to our warm, sunny, and blue understandings of the Mediterranean. This is but one series of examples in a few pages, with the book explicating many more throughout its length.

    I found Vinci’s arguments compelling, although scholars more familiar with the epics will want to review the evidence for themselves. As this was new information for me, it set my imagination alight, and I found myself looking into other similar scholarship. This is a burgeoning literature, including Vinci’s other writings, and stretching back to Olof Rudbeck’s discussion of Atlantis as Sweden. It is worth noting that Vinci also gives a treatment of Atlantis in this work – but the reader can find out for him or herself where Vinci stands. Vinci’s work comes across as competent, separating it from some of the pseudo-scientific work which was propagandized by the Nazis. But this is where familiar scholars will be able to more quickly separate the legitimate and paradigm-challenging work from the rest.

    As a sociologist with an interest in cultures, the follow-up question is intriguing. If these epic tales took place in the Baltic region, then how did they eventually take on a Mediterranean home? By what mechanism does a piece of culture move from one corner of the globe to another, but forgetting key such key elements as Sweden = Ithaca? Vinci addresses this in the 4th part of the book, appropriately titled “The Migration of Myth.”

    A key component to the migration of myth here is the role of climate. Vinci locates much of the narrative in the climactic optimum (4000-3000 BCE) when a warmer climate made regions near the arctic much more pleasant and habitable. With the ending of this warm and favorable period, at least some of the northern people migrated southward. He argues that in the mythologies of many cultures, there are remnants of climatic collapse, and provides several examples of cultures that were disrupted or dislocated by the negatively changing climate. For examples of these possible migrations he draws from several northern Europe locations for sources of Indo-European cultures. He provides numerous cultural and mythic references creating potential links. These include possible cultural origins of several peoples in the Scandinavian or Russian Arctic, Aryan migrations southward and potential northern links to Egypt and Rome. Much of this argument is built on similarities between mythologies, biblical tales, and place names.

    This part of Vinci’s work is much more speculative in my opinion, and creates something of a “kitchen sink” feel by throwing in all the possible connections. In looking for the potential northern origins of mythologies and peoples, Vinci brings in enough possibilities that it feels much more exploratory than the first half of the book. In all fairness, the research may only be at the exploratory level at this point. Nevertheless it is not as convincing as the argument that the origins of the epics themselves are Nordic – regardless of how those tales ended up in the Mediterranean.

    The base outline of Vinci’s argument is as follows (p 327)

    The Iliad and the Odyssey are properly situated in northern Europe
    The original sagas on which the epics are based on Baltic regions
    The tales travelled from Scandinavia to Greece at the end of the climactic optimum by blond seafaring Mycenaeans
    In rebuilding their world in the Mediterranean, familiar place names and mythological events were reused
    Through the epics, the tales of their ancestors were preserved, although their homeland was lost

    He finishes his work by suggesting several lines of archaeology to investigate this line of reasoning, and provide physical evidence reinforcing the mythological and linguistic evidence.

    This work is broad in scope and presents an utterly fascinating reordering of the epic sagas of the western world. As such, the realm of possibilities for new research and analysis is deeply exciting.

    http://www.kiskoseura.fi/troija/english/3.2.html

  • 'Smoking Gun' Proof of Big Bang Already In Doubt

    06/06/2014 10:13:38 AM PDT · 22 of 25
    Yollopoliuhqui to Buggman

    “The Big Bang Never Happened” Eric Lerner
    “Seeing Red” Halton Arp

  • Mould for minting Roman coins found in Talkad [India]

    05/31/2014 8:48:14 AM PDT · 13 of 14
    Yollopoliuhqui to SunkenCiv

    About 70% of all Roman coins were melted down, adulterated and re-coined via using such molds. Counterfeiting was a big business back then.

  • New study sheds light on survivors of the Black Death

    05/31/2014 8:38:59 AM PDT · 45 of 49
    Yollopoliuhqui to cripplecreek

    >>Survival of the fittest is a good thing.

    Yah, particularly when observed to be survival of the smartest, eh.

  • Art World in Review (Fine ART -the bankers' new toilet)

    05/28/2014 5:51:10 PM PDT · 3 of 4
    Yollopoliuhqui to cripplecreek

    >>Joos?

    There are “Joos” in every walk of life. This is the short term, get all you can while you can, mindset that comes from a deep existential insecurity, like obsessive compulsive hoarders.

  • Art World in Review (Fine ART -the bankers' new toilet)

    05/28/2014 5:37:17 PM PDT · 1 of 4
    Yollopoliuhqui
    High finance is just another mafia. When are we going to learn that Wall St. banks are the actual enemy? Just because they are well groomed and tastefully attired doesn't mean that they aren't some of the nastiest, most narcissistic, money grubbing swine on the planet. We gotta get smarter faster, that's all there is to it.
  • This Army Colonel’s Epic Takedown of ‘White Privilege’ Leaves Interviewer Speechless (Video)

    05/20/2014 1:56:01 PM PDT · 44 of 44
    Yollopoliuhqui to AuditTheFed

    He was good but not that great. We need to graduate mass quantities of media types from the University of Ann Coulter.

  • Coffee Industry Hit by Fungus, Coffee Prices Rising

    05/19/2014 9:44:32 AM PDT · 49 of 49
    Yollopoliuhqui to luvbach1

    >>I remember Postum. Haven’t heard that name in 50 years at least.

    You can still get it on Amazon- 8oz for between $16 and $20.

  • DIY: Make your own self-igniting flaming arrows in case of siege

    05/18/2014 10:49:48 AM PDT · 53 of 58
    Yollopoliuhqui to null and void

    Never mind flaming arrows. You need to pack them with gunpowder, attach a primer to the arrowhead and make them into a low velocity personal body armor buster.

  • How IPAs conquered the beer world

    05/16/2014 9:58:11 AM PDT · 65 of 65
    Yollopoliuhqui to Yo-Yo

    Andechs

  • Phantom Menace: How unproven, widely-mocked technology scared the Soviets into ending the Cold War

    05/12/2014 11:28:33 AM PDT · 16 of 18
    Yollopoliuhqui to Nip

    We had been “losing” technology to the Ruskies for years just to keep them competitive enough to justify our military/industrial “Merchants of Death” spending. It was the biggest scam in history. Reagan’s defeat of the Soviet Union (and China) pissed off a lot of Cold Warriors.

    The computer capability we generated to guide the various Star Wars bits allowed us to decode their tactical battlefield traffic in real time. They knew that any ground attack on Europe would be suicidal. Then too, MTV, etc. was pulling the cultural rug out from under them...

  • Asteroid Breakup May Have Doomed Dinosaurs

    05/05/2014 9:12:40 AM PDT · 47 of 47
    Yollopoliuhqui to LibWhacker

    This is a ploy to divert attention from the use of our nuclear ICBM arsenal to meet the threat of an incoming meteor or comet. Imagine liberals acceeding to the fact that the world’s nuclear weapons could be a savant technology. Simple geometry tells you that many smaller fragments will ablate in the Earth’s atmosphere whereas one large chunk of rock will punch through and do serious damage. This is such a no brainer.

  • The end of Sarah Palin: An Obama-era-novelty. As O's tenure ends, so does career of Sarah Barracuda

    04/29/2014 7:42:40 PM PDT · 40 of 144
    Yollopoliuhqui to 2ndDivisionVet

    There is no one on the conservative horizon that sends bladder emptying spasms of utter horror through liberal ranks like Sarah Palin. If they could burn her at the stake, they’d do it tomorrow like black plague inquisitors. I want to see a zillion 4” stencil graffitis of her face on every unguarded surface in America. Stencils are real easy and fun to make. Any conservative who can make a rag quilt or fashion a walnut monte carlo stock can do it.

  • Oligarchy in the Twenty-first Century

    04/27/2014 11:12:18 AM PDT · 8 of 10
    Yollopoliuhqui to Rummyfan

    Banks, Bankers, Banking. Conservatives need to stop rubber stamping every whim and whimper of the Wall St. financial oligarchy. Read Anthony Sutton’s “Wall St. and the Rise of Hitler” and Carrol Quigley’s “Tragedy and Hope”. We need to get smarter faster.

  • **vanity** Cliven Bundy is an ignoramous!

    04/25/2014 5:39:34 PM PDT · 5 of 38
    Yollopoliuhqui to Kevin in California

    Conservatives better take some camera savvy lessons first thing in the morning.

  • Why Do Dogs Bark? It's Still Mostly a Mystery.

    04/25/2014 9:39:29 AM PDT · 86 of 99
    Yollopoliuhqui to NonValueAdded

    “Hi, Yortuk. Hi, Georg. Sorry we’re late.”

    Dude, send me a new keyboard, LOL!

  • Mental And Physical Toll Of Bullying Persists For Decades

    04/22/2014 10:23:25 AM PDT · 25 of 40
    Yollopoliuhqui to wbill

    Kids who are bullied need to learn how to drive a pencil deep into the eye socket of their tormenter.

  • Governor Mike Pence In Berlin: Diplomacy with Russia Has Failed

    04/19/2014 12:22:52 PM PDT · 24 of 36
    Yollopoliuhqui to Tailgunner Joe

    Of course no way we could term adding former East Bloc nations to NATO as aggression, or installing ABM’s in Poland. NATO policy is generated at the HQ of the World Bank and the IMF and the City of London. The only countries on the planet not up to their necks in debt to those loan shark outfits are commie countries. Restructure globalist banking, pass Glass-Steagall acts, stop the bail outs, jail the debt bundlers, outlaw derivatives trading. Too big to fail IS fascism. Repeat after me: “Banks, Bankers, Banking”.

  • What Really Happed at the Bay of Pigs

    04/19/2014 9:18:49 AM PDT · 40 of 65
    Yollopoliuhqui to Kaslin

    Making Cuba safe for mob boss Santos Trafficante. The presumed anti-Castro citizens of Cuba were supposed to rise up in support of the invasion. Bad bit of intel gathering there. Apparently were so disgusted with their tin horn dictator Batista, they were willing to trade for one without the mob or C&H sugar as the invisible hand in Cuban affairs. Our raw materials exploitation throughout the 3rd World handed nation after nation to the commies and still does today. We need to get smarter faster, that’s all there is to it.

  • Cults In Our Midst: Patty Hearst And The Brainwashing Of America

    04/16/2014 8:40:19 AM PDT · 6 of 6
    Yollopoliuhqui to nathanbedford

    Full article at http://cannonfire.blogspot.com/2009/03/late-breaking-news-on-sla.html


    The oddest birds in the SLA aviary were those two notorious “radicals” William and Emily Harris, who somehow managed to avoid the police shoot-out and conflagration in Los Angeles which killed Donald DeFreeze and most of the other SLA cadre in May, 1974. That fire — which took place only a few months after the kidnapping of Patty Hearst — shocked the public, especially when it was revealed that one of the SLA women was shot while trying to escape the blaze. (At the time, right-wingers applauded the cremation of the SLA — yet conservative Americans were later infuriated by the similar Waco and the Randy Weaver incidents. Go figure.)

    The Harrises came from Bloomington, Indiana — where, according to local news reports, they functioned as police informants. “Narcs,” to use the argot of the time. (This account lacks footnotes, at least in its published version, but I recall seeing newsclips which prove the point.) William Harris, a former Marine, had shown no interest in radical politics before his sudden move to California in 1972. Once on the West Coast, he immediately set out to ingratiate — or infiltrate? — his way into various left-wing organizations.

    Many of the more suspicious lefties of that era tended to view the Harrises as the true leaders of the SLA.

    The man generally generally credited with heading the group, Donald DeFreeze (or “Cinque” — always hilariously mispronounced as “Sin-cue”) was really just the front man. He was, to put the matter bluntly, an idiot — a blowhard, a wanna-be badass. A perfect dupe.

    Like the Harrises, he had a history as a police snitch throughout the 1967-69 period. He spied on the Panthers and other “black power” groups. The cops used him up and spat him out the moment he started to show pangs of conscience.

    Between his “snitch” period and his SLA period, Defreeze spent some time in Vacaville and Soledad prisons, due to an exchange of gunfire with a bank guard. There, he came under the special care of a CIA psychologist named Colston Westbrook. Previously, Westbrook had conducted interrogations in Vietnam — yet he was allowed to teach special classes in communism to black inmates in Vacaville!

    Westbrook made sure that DeFreeze was granted special treatment — for example, DeFreeze was permitted to use marital trailers even though he was not married. Eventually, he was allowed to walk out of the joint in March of 1973. His “escape” was attended by no barking dogs, no searchlights, no Tommy Lee Jones, and no news coverage.

    The SLA was formed later that year, after he met up with the Harrises. Patty was kidnapped in February of 1974. For months, the story dominated the headlines. The SLA demanded a ransom, and the Hearst family set up a food distribution program in poor neighborhoods to appease the terrorists.

  • All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power

    04/14/2014 9:11:35 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    Yollopoliuhqui to Count of Monte Fisto

    The Globalist Banksters not only ran Crony Capitalism they also financed Communism.

    WALL STREET AND THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION

    THE BEST ENEMY MONEY CAN BUY

    Problem - Reaction - Solution


    Don’t forget Anthony Sutton’s “Wall St. and the Rise of Hitler”.

  • All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power

    04/14/2014 9:10:18 AM PDT · 6 of 13
    Yollopoliuhqui to Axenolith

    Conservatives have a reputation for possessing financial savvy, being business oriented and all. But there is a curious, almost willed ignorance, among mainstream conservatives about how banking works and how powerful banking families have been through history, taking over the “shadow government” and “invisible hand” influence that used to be the Vatican’s area of expertise.

    The GOP has traditionally rubber stamped any and every whim Wall St. promoted, and it has been a serious error to do so. Tea Party, libertarian and old JBS conspiracy oriented elements are the only sanity left in the GOP. We need to demand debate with the GOP mainstream, corner their candidates in winnable primaries and use all the smarts we possess to stir up enough guerilla theater mischief to make our data impossible to ignore. Winteregg’s “Electile Dysfunction” campaign is genius.

  • All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances that Drive American Power

    04/14/2014 8:05:08 AM PDT · 1 of 13
    Yollopoliuhqui
  • 4,500-year-old boat among Viking artifacts hoard discovered in Galway

    04/13/2014 6:54:33 AM PDT · 17 of 17
    Yollopoliuhqui to Gluteus Maximus

    There are problems when archaeological dating overlooks stratiography in favor of isotope decay rates which can be effected by volcanism and other factors. If items are found buried together, chances are they were contemporary. Prof. Gunnar Heinsohn has done work on this issue: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunnar_Heinsohn in which his stratiography moves European history closer to us by 700 years and makes Charlemagne into a Roman General. His work is controversial but needs to be looked at. There is also some fascinating work by Prof. Felice Vinci who interprets the event of Homer’s epics as occurring in Scandinavia, that the Trojans were Finns and the Greeks were Swedes who later migrated to the Aegean as the enigmatic “Peoples of the Sea” recorded in Egyptian records. See his well documented and rigorous “The Baltic Origins of Homer’s Epic Tales”. Most of this dating controversy stems from Immanuel Velikovsky’s “Ages in Chaos”.

  • Pope presses anti-AIDS chastity strategy in Africa

    04/08/2014 8:04:26 AM PDT · 17 of 18
    Yollopoliuhqui to Mrs. Don-o

    You miss my point in your sectarian hair splitting. Any form of birth control in the 3rd World, whether by the use of drugs or implements or abstinence, is going to be trumped by biological survival urges. It won’t work, it will make fools of those who think it will and waste a lot of time and resources. Industrialize the 3rd World now!

    Over population is an 18th century Malthusian lie that was formulated in the absence of the power of technology. More people succumbed to famine up to WWII than do so today with double the WWII era population. In fact, there is no famine today except in North Korea. This planet can easily support 100 times its present population, probably more.

    If the Pope wants to encourage morality and stable family life, good on him. But trying to couple that effort to population control simply admits that population control issues are a better sell than morality and is being used to propel morality into wider use. So when population control fails, its propaganda link, morality, also will take a hit and be delegitimized as another failed Western diktat.

  • Pope presses anti-AIDS chastity strategy in Africa

    04/07/2014 10:09:53 PM PDT · 11 of 18
    Yollopoliuhqui to Yollopoliuhqui

    “When reproduction becomes a matter of choice and not instinctive, biological necessity, birth rates go up”

    Sentence should read “...birth rates go down.”

  • Pope presses anti-AIDS chastity strategy in Africa

    04/07/2014 10:08:11 PM PDT · 10 of 18
    Yollopoliuhqui to Amberdawn

    >Despite all the tragedies you mention, Africa’s population continues to grow. AIDS has been terrible in the continent, but no where near as bad as AIDS groupies have said. Besides, Uganda’s program WORKED.

    I’d need to see the WHO report on that. Birth control, let alone abstinence has been a dismal failure wherever it has been tried except in China where it was carried out at the barrel of a gun. Authorities utterly disregard the fact that Western nations and Japan are seeing stagnant or falling birth rates. And why is that? My take is that it is because there is not threat to survival, simple. When reproduction becomes a matter of choice and not instinctive, biological necessity, birth rates go up. This is a forehead slapper.

    If all the social Darwinist and Malthusian over population mongers, most of whom reside in leftyville or among the fascist oligarchy would instead start agitating for bringing the 3Rd World up to industrial nation standards, the birth rates there would naturally subside just like our did. Try and sell that to an environazi.

  • Pope presses anti-AIDS chastity strategy in Africa

    04/07/2014 9:12:49 PM PDT · 8 of 18
    Yollopoliuhqui to lightman

    Yah that’s gonna fly. Tell people who face insane infant mortality rates, high early death rates due to mal nutrition, chronic grinding poverty, bacteria ridden water, internal parasitic infections and no hope for a decent future to stop trying to procreate their species. You go, Popester, tell them to abstain from surviving, let God sort it out.

  • Noah’s Ark would have floated…even with 70,000 animals

    04/07/2014 9:00:46 PM PDT · 53 of 54
    Yollopoliuhqui to Olog-hai

    I’m trying to wonder what the food stores amounted to? Did Noah know how long he’d be at sea? With only two of each species, good thing none of them died except maybe the unicorns and the jackelopes. The lamas from Peru must have arrived in time, same for the marsupials from Down Under. So where did the water go after it covered pretty much everything? Did it pour into the underground caverns of Hollow Earth? Apparently it didn’t extinguish the fires of Hell. Where did the rain come from, BTW?

  • How the Internet Is Taking Away America’s Religion

    04/06/2014 10:52:03 AM PDT · 69 of 85
    Yollopoliuhqui to angryoldfatman

    >> We need to learn how to give every citizen a case of Asperger’s

    >Boy howdy, I called that one.

    LOL! So what’s your problem with being smart?

    > I have interacted with and understood as many humans as you or any other career cynic on this planet.

    >>No, you haven’t.

    Have so. I’ve had more run ins with sociopaths, bad tempered Napoleons, scheeming bitches, welchers and back stabbing psychic vampires in my life than you have in a jute mill sack full of your worst nightmares.

    >I used to be a naïve little thing like you, believing everybody could work everything out if they just talked like adults to one another.

    I ain’t buying into your grizzled, battle scarred, fox hole weary script. You have suffered defeat and you are letting that defeat move your mouth.

    >You know, like the Canadian career academic Marshall McLuhan.

    Neither Canadian nor career nor academic are cause for a wave off on my boat. If you fear being swamped, break out the caulking iron, shred that surrender flag into usable bits and get to it.

    >30 years in the workforce, with the last 5 of it being underemployed with reality beating me in the face, slowly made me realize that I had indeed been a naïve fool. Humans are nasty creatures who, if not checked by any higher authority, will take every opportunity to dehumanize, demoralize, and dominate their fellow members of the species.

    Workplace politics, what else is new. Yah, it isn’t easy for men of integrity having idiots get promoted and tell you your job and it ain’t that easy swapping out jobs either. So you better get smart in a way that gives Patton goose bumps.

    >McLuhan, much like our current President, never had a real job. Great work, if you can get it. One’s pragmatism tends to suffer in ivory towers, though. It does, however, leave one free to propose all sorts of hogwash that would never work in real life. Like Marxism, or Randian utopias where radical individualism turns all basement dwellers into Der Ubermenchen, or what have you.

    No argument here. But occasionally grant funded academia will field an original thinker. They can’t all be Eric Hoffer. Some of what McLuhan talks about is shite, no question, but he’s got some good ideas in there. You need to get off that all or nothing, on/off switch and figure out that the game often occurs on a 49%-51% Thunder Dome.

    >> technophobes of all stripes.

    >LOL! I’m a Luddite-Amish computer programmer & technician!

    I’m a flat track Harley racer with a keyboard zip tied to the handlebars myself. Nice to meet you.

    >> You simply need to see how much worse it could have been without the Nikola Teslas or DaVincis or hard working farmers or soccer moms of the world.

    >People with real jobs! Huzzah! Amazing that you actually admire some people with real jobs.

    Nah, I admire people with real brains.

    >I love Tesla and Leonardo DaVinci, by the way. Absolute geniuses. They had their mistakes, of course, but they were very far-thinking men. Even before the Internet could grab them and assimilate them Akira-style.

    What does it take to be far thinking? How can that be judged without letting preconditions or preconceptions tell us whose mind is valuable and whose isn’t, without letting trigger phrases set off our hot button Avoid! panels?

    BY THE WAY,

    >The elimination of Islam is not a Christian goal per se. Muslims, unlike many New Atheists these days, believe that there was a historical Jesus.

    True, Abrahamic religions, yadda yadda. But they were all formed in an era of brahminic caste social hierarchies and served those theocratic hierarchies. Those hierarchies are now officially obsolete. Beyond that delusionaly idealistic (ringing a bell?) afterlife claptrap, religions have no patent on ethical behavior norms.

    >There IS a group in America, though, that wants to eliminate Abrahamic religion in general; Christianity and Islam in particular. That group right now is using Islam (as well as many other growing social movements) as a grinding stone to chip away at Christianity, because Christianity is their biggest threat.

    I’m not sure we’ll find many remnants of the Vandals or Alemanni wishing revenge upon the Roman Empire, since the Roman Empire no longer exists, along with said Vandals and Alemanni. But I’m afraid that victims of the Crusades, or European religious persecutions or indigenous tribesmen still bear a bit of a grudge against the Petrine oligarchs on Vatican Hill. I’m a bit amazed that latter day Huguenots are not screaming for the blood of the Bishop of Rome.

    >It’s this group’s mantras that you seem to be parroting.

    The only mantra I parrot, and I parrot it from my muse, Calliope, is “Get smarter faster”.

    >The Progressive elite. Or as I like to call them, Gramscian Marxists.

    Now you are walking your tracers up to the brain of the beast. Conservatives got their butts snookered by Gramscii and his students. I hear nothing but a chronic wail on FR about liberal control of the media, academia, govt bureaucracy, and culture in general, bleeding into the churches, law enforcement, the courts, ethics, the whole enchilada.

    Yet at no time do I hear any conservative here admit that this indicates a defeat of, dare I say it, cosmic proportions. We are now fighting the Battle of Tours because or our intractable ignorance of what culture is, how it works and how it evolves. While we were still listening to “How Much is that Doggy in the Window”, tiny studios were recording Bill Haley, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins. Then came the Beatles and Viet Nam and you know the rest. Revisit those helicopter views of the 2011 Tsunami that hit the Japanese coast. That’s what hit us on the Gramscian battle front and we didn’t have a clue, not a jack rabbit’s inkling of what was in store or even where it was coming from sociologically.

    Smarter faster.