Monday, September 17, 2018

PseudoScience Monday: Sunspots on My Shoulders


Obelisk much?

Well, the mysterious closing of the Sunspot Observatory in New Mexico has been followed by an equally mysterious reopening. It's not every day a Federal installation is evacuated under military orders and left deserted for several days. 

But this is 2018 and the rulebooks for normal have been delisted, shadowbanned and deleted.



Luckily, intrepid Aussie Paul Seaburn is on the case and is pointing out the gaping chasms in what passes for an official explanation of the closing.



So an entire installation is evacuated due to the alleged crime of a single individual? That make sense to anyone?
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And what exactly are these crimes? I guess we have to take their word for it. The government would never lie about something like this, right?




Well, I guess that entire episode wasn't creepy enough so I guess they had to outdo themselves. There's definitely a headline I thought I'd never read outside of an old episode of The X-Files.
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Quite literally, in fact. I think Millennium had a similar storyline back in Season Two. If memory serves, that particular subplot didn't work out all that well.


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And the Republic of Georgia, eh? What do you think that might be about?  Huh.
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And what's the big fascination with blood lately? Is Bathory-chic the next hot trend?



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So I'm pretty sure this headline here is a MADLib joke that went too far. But it also kind of reminds me of that episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show when Mary and Murray write gag headlines to amuse each other but somehow they land on Ted's desk and he reads them on-air.
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Hilarity ensued.


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But this? This is an assembly of words that should never have been used to construct a single sentence. I mean, is it just me or are you picturing the reactor room scene in Aliens too?

Maybe there was a contest at ScienceAlert to see who could come up with the most revolting headline ever.
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So in other words, a random boner pill has to undergo far more rigorous legal review than a technology that could literally create Hell on Earth.
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Growing brains in labs leads to ethical dilemmas, eh? Next you're going to tell me that diplomats carting around dangerous pathogens and the military collecting racially-targeted DNA samples do so as well.

Chill the fuck out, Nostradamus.
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Yes, it's called "they've been growing human organs in pigs for decades now." Works pretty good, so I hear.


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So I had this dream where there were a bunch of crappy mumble-hop rappers with day-glo hair and tattooed faces. But the dream got really weird...
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...because one of them went on TV and told the world he was a clone of another garbage rapper and that Gucci Mane was cloned from Michael Jackson's DNA.

Then I woke up and realized it wasn't a dream. Worse, I realized he's probably telling the truth.
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Great idea. I mean, it's not like mosquitoes are a vital part of the food chain or anything, right?

I think this is just a shot across the bow, though. What they really meant to say is "Exterminate Humanity for the Sake of Mosquitoes."
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Like I was saying.

Didn't I see this headline in the opening credit sequence of I Am Legend? Or am I thinking Phase IV? Maybe Where Have All the People Gone? My memory isn't what it used to be.
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Man, what a bummer, huh? Almost as bad as that flesh-eating STD that popped up a few weeks back.

In more cheerful news, there's a new dating app called BootECall that scores users on a point system for each confirmed hookup. You can use the points to win fun prizes at the end of every month. Those with the most conquests at the end of each calendar year are eligible to win an all-expenses paid trip to Ibiza.

In a related story, rain is falling as things get wet.
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In a saner world this would read, "OxyContin makers given multiple consecutive life sentences for crimes against humanity at the World Court in The Hague."
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Hmm...you think Oxy maybe has something to do with this phenomena? I think someone should order a 20-year study on the topic. Just make sure its findings stay sealed.


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Here's a more encouraging bit of news. I hope so, at least.
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I don't suppose Antarctica warming has anything to do with all those new and active volcanoes they're finding there, do you?


Well, I guess they can't tell since they have better maps of Mars than Antarctica.



Apparently not of Greenland, however.

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In a totally-unrelated story, "NASA CGI department gets whole new bundle of Photoshop filters." 




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Yes, because these are Gnostic times. Don't worry though, lawmakers. Next time vids leak out of you having sex with a horse or stuffing dead hookers and/or bundles of coke into your Beamer you can just tell the press they're "deep fakes." Don't worry, the press is stupid. Plus, extremely trend conscious, especially when it comes to high tech
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Finally, another weird beaching in Massachusetts Bay. I know Cohasset extremely well and this is quite odd. But it's 2018, innit? 

This tragedy in turn was followed by the horrific killing of a boogie-boarder by a great white shark at a beach in Wellfleet, the first such death since 1936. That gave me chills because my boys and I used to boogie-board a few hundred feet south at Marconi. 

Bonus sync: Wellfleet was originally settled by my descendants, including John Doane. I recommend you go sometime, but just stick to the Bayside. The water's a lot less icy there. Plus, less sharks. Close to P-Town. Terrific drive-in theater there, too. Incredible sunsets. Plus, wonderful views of the Milky Way at night.

I like to end things on an up note.

87 comments:

  1. Hey Chris, have you ever thought of putting out some sort of primer (in blog or book form) that could guide us noobs into the gnostic world? I’m thinking of a deeper definition/explanation of garlands, pearls, a run through of 17-44, etc.

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    1. I was thinking of it but then I thought that would take all the mystery out of it. Then I thought that was kind of a dick thing to think. Then I thought I'm trying to finish up my current book right now. Then I thought it would all probably work better on YouTube.

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    2. "The killing moon, the river of death" is the post where it pretty much all comes together. The comments are good, too.

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  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lil_Xan
    pharma puppet. this kids has legions. finding it not so easy to change names.

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  3. Chris,

    That shark attack death came two weeks after an incident, also off Massachusetts, where a fella nearly died from his wounds. Add this to the seemingly weekly drowning deaths in the waters, fresh and salty, outside Boston this summer and one has to wonder wtf is going on. River gods and sea witches on the rampage.

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  4. The highest rain total in North Carolina is 35.93 inches (near Elizabethtown).This breaks the rain total record for a tropical cyclone for the state.Related : The record rainwater hammering North and South Carolina could contain toxic contaminants from hog farms,coal ash and nuclear waste.

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    1. I guess Travis Bickle was mistaken then.

      I could live without pork. In fact I pretty much do. Be a good place to start cleaning things up, don't you think?

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    2. Actually, giving up pork might be a pretty good start for everyone (and I'm saying this from a strictly secular perspective;this has nothing at all to do with my religion).

      Consider: pigs are so close to us that cross-species transplants are possible (I have a cousin with a pig valve in his heart). People who have been in survival situations where they're had to resort to cannibalism universally report that we *taste* like pork. And certain tribes of New Guinea that used to practice organized cannibalism referred to the people they hunted as "long pig".

      Then consider the horrific conditions under which pigs are raised in modern factory farming. Human beings have specific hormones connected with specific emotional states (adrenaline and endorphins, for instance). I've not been able to find any specific research, but I'd be extremely surprised if swine didn't have similar hormones. So by the time they're slaughtered, these animals must be full of the hormones for fear, pain, and despair.

      So that when a human sits down to bacon, they're also getting a heaping helping of biochemicals coding for fear and pain. And that very well may be similar enough to ours to cause the same reactions in us.

      Sounds crazy, I know. But then consider that the rise of modern factory farming roughly coincides with the rise of the modern epidemic of anxiety and depression.

      I've convinced a few acquaintances and friends to give up pork. They all report an improvement in general mood. I know this is *far* from a scientific study. And the improvements I've heard reported could very well be the placebo effect. But it wouldn't hurt anyone to try, and there's at least some chance it might help.

      Just some food for thought.

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    3. Some people say that the link between bacon and cancer is totally unproven and just a media scare story. But then they say the same thing about tobacco and global warming. Oh, that formaldehyde is cigarette smoke is totally safe, just like nitrites in bacon! CO2 in the atmosphere? Why, all it does it make plants grow faster and make your summer holidays more fun!

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    4. I agree Khadir, not crazy at all. Pigs seem to be a hybrid of boars and human DNA. Hence the organ compatibility, the taste similarities, etc. Pigs also are considered the most intelligent/emotional of all animals. The huge marketing campaign for Bacon over the last decade or so and the fact they use it to create a correlation of alpha male manliness and a love for Bacon is definitely not for the health or benefit of humanity. I was once told pigs, not monkeys, are the closest animal species to humans and when humans abuse their power they reincarnate as a pig, hence the real reason police are called pigs because that is what most will become.

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    5. The experts agree then. Drop pork and bacon from your diet. The Earth will thank you. Your arteries will thank you.

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    6. The religious objections to pork didn't come out of nowhere. It's a scientific fact that, of all sorts of meat, pork is the most dangerous, for all the reasons that Khadir listed above.

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    7. There‘s this guy who makes a case for a theory that humans are actually pig (some kind of) + ape (some kind of) hybrids. Makes an interesting read: http://www.macroevolution.net/human-origins.html

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    8. Thumbs up to this one. Gordon is a fan too.

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    9. Stabilization Theory is ultra compelling and seems to jibe with the mystery schools on a broad number of levels.

      It does indeed seem that Eve was made from Adam's pork rib.

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    10. Manbearpig. Nuff said.

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  5. Here are your “deepfakes.” They haven’t cracked the nut on blinking though, so if the target and face actor blink, both blinks show up. So if you see a live feed with someone blinking like crazy it might not be real.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ohmajJTcpNk

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    1. Like I always say, Star Trek: First Contact was not science fiction. Except for the all the parts where the Borg don't take over the Earth, I mean.

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    1. Perhaps, if as part of The Mystery they were Taken "Where No One Has Gone Before".

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  7. So check this out, there was this dude who filmed himself walking the restricted grounds of the closed Sunspot research center last week and came across, of all items, a DVD copy of X-files : Unrestrcited Access. 10:01 into video. Of course, I immediately thought of Beyonce Knowles when I saw this:
    http://amp.timeinc.net/thedrive/the-war-zone/23609/watch-this-guy-go-up-to-the-mysteriously-evacuated-sunspot-observatory-and-walk-all-around?source=dam

    https://youtu.be/_AVdVBvSjcU

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    1. Wish Chris Carter would just "spill the beans" and tell us the real reason for the Sunspot New Mexico LARP.In Today's News : The UK MET office is warning that Solar storms are real and it is inevitable that another Carrington Event will soon occur. http://yahoo.com/news/devastating-solar-storm-matter-not-175409329.html
      The last major near-miss Solar Storm event was in 2012. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_storm_of_2012 Revolution tv series 2012 - 2014 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolution_(TV_series) More news stories last week about America's so-called 'Elite' aka deep state criminals building bomb-proof bunkers in New Zealand. "Tech Titans Are Plotting Their Doomsday Escape To Luxury New Zealand Bunkers" http://Bloomberg.com/features/2018-rich-new-zealand-doomsday-preppers/

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    2. Yeah, you gotta kind of wonder how a 20 year old junk video game wound up at the top of a trash can in a scientific establishment like that. Someone having a laugh? Maybe. But what's the punchline?

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    3. anon2;00, those new zealand bunkers will need to be in the mountains, and the would be inhabitants will need to already be there. no good waiting for the fat lady...

      http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfo24q.htm

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    4. Actually, what looks to me like the answer of the National Solar Observatory mystery was in the comments of their Facebook page. Check it out.

      Also, somebody told me that there is a connection to the strange sonic attacks in the US embassy in Cuba.

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  8. This is less a comment than a kvetch. But: that pic of Saturn is why I hate, despise, detest NASA.

    They could've released a true-color picture of the hexagon at Saturn's pole. That would have been interesting enough in its own right, and somebody might have learned something from it. Instead they released this. A chunk of people who see it will say "Whoa, Saturn turned purple. And it's got a hole in it. I wonder if it's, like, gonna blow up, or something?" And another chunk will say "See? I *told* you there wasn't any such thing as Planets. (They tried to blow a hole in the Sky Dome with atomic bombs in the 50s, but couldn't do it.)"

    And no one learns a thing about the Wilderness all around us.

    And we get squeezed into smaller and smaller spaces here on our empty Earth.

    And we're one day closer to Global Gaza.

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    1. NASA is a psychological operations program. The rest of it is just cover.

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    2. @CLK: I've phrased it as "NASA does a lot of perfectly valid science. That's to keep people from noticing all the psychological warfare and ritual magick". I'm just curious if you'd agree with the "valid science" part, or if you think they're pretty much a sham from start to finish.

      In any case: as always, keep up the stellar work.

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    3. A true-color picture of Saturn would be either black or white. Not kidding. The main reason NASA mess around with the color filters is that otherwise, you don't see much.

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    4. Oh, and of course NASA do mostly valid science. And Chris isn't the right person to ask about that one. If your question is whether X does magic, sure, ask him. If your question is whether they do science, ask somebody who works in science. And as somebody who does science, yes, NASA do mostly valid science.

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    5. Maria Rigel, I think you may have misunderstood the gist of my question. It's not that I'm wondering about the validity of most of NASA's science (I've always made it plain that I think NASA does a great deal of valid science; if they didn't, more people would notice the psy-war and ritual magick). I'm very simply curious about CLK'S worldview.

      For the record, CLK might not have a background in academic science, but he still understands it very well for a layman. I've yet to see him seriously fumble any science topic he's had occasion to bring up in the course of his exploration of synchronicity, and that's no small feat, not in America 2018. Consider: I've got a background in Astronomy and Physics, but can't tell you what the notes on the musical scale are named (I *think* E is lowest and F the highest...right?). Now suppose I were to try my hand at music journalism. I'd almost surely fall flat on my face a couple of times.

      I've not yet seen CLK do that; so give the guy the credit he's earned.

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  9. Wait... Mars is actually Greenland?! These DeepFakes have gone to far. I’m gonna have to get me a robot smashing stick. And say sweet one liners while I smash bots! Fuck we are doomed lol well Chris bang up job. I do agree that the whole sunspot story isn’t adding up. My money is still that someone got H.P.madness and ate someone at the post office. Or this is the real shimmer event zone.. And you do deserve a Ken Burns styled documentary, but it would have to be Ken Burns on Acid. And that would be dope.

    -Greg

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    1. Well, I don't think we'll ever know. But I have to say it really looks quite lovely out there. I love the high desert.

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  10. Re. your quote from Quillette: The poison-filled drones are meant to kill *people* not insects:
    "A hundred species of beetles will go extinct unless we eliminate 830,000 people each year to protect the insects’ habitat."
    Though it was only an attempt in shock humour by the writer of that article:
    "Okay, I made up the parts about the beetles and drones ..." (https://quillette.com/2018/09/07/exterminate-mosquitos-for-the-sake-of-humanity/)

    Re. Big Pharma: There was a great commentary regarding the opioid crisis last week at Colbert:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cJ_lyeH7Os

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    1. Well, Colbert's the one to talk to, given his drinking buddies. I'm sure he knows exactly how the whole thing was rolled out.

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    2. Though there are these pictures where Stephen is having fun with the Podestas, I still hope that he is one of the good ones. I'm a fan of his since the Colbert Report, and I always enjoyed his interviews with Republicans much more than those with his "buddies". It's much more satisfying to watch "opponents" finding common ground than the liberal echochamber interviews. But judging by his last Bill Clinton interview, at least Stephen and the Clintons are not buddies anymore.

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    3. If you are on mainstream TV I doubt you are a good guy. Colbert seems to be a mouth piece of the Jesuits and their propaganda. They take the role of the Jester and use humor to create apathy and complacency, and to give the perspective that the government are just humorously incompetent, when they are actually very calculated and competent in destroying the middle/lower classes.

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  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNTzuZwgDQ0

    Cate Blanchett on Kimmel. Compares the facilities at his theatre to a Turkish prison and room 101 from Orwell. Then goes on to call the masons Machiavellian.

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    1. Cate's is yesterday's news. I'm all about Emma Booth. Same source code, but the formula's apparently been refined.

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    2. Have you seen 'Glitch'? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4192782/?ref_=nv_sr_1

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    3. Yeah, she's something else. I even sat through Gods of Egypt for her!

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  12. NASA claim to have sent Cassini all the way to Saturn bouncing off Venus and Jupiter along the way, but decide to have the craft destroyed rather than bring it back to earth. Wouldn't they want to bring this zillion dollar masterpiece of modern technology back to earth for particle analysis and/or stick it in a museum as a showpiece?
    Hollywood phony baloney!

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    1. I'm not privvy to the exact liturgy at work so I can't really comment.

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    2. "Liturgy"--HA! Good one, Chris. I see the forge is still hot from your Word Smithy.

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    3. It's been working overtime as I try to finish this beast of a book, Bill.

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  13. A "misguided attempt to be light-hearted" or are you NJ-types just funning with us again?

    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/nasa-package-donald-trump-new-jersey-gold-course-weather-atmosphere-a8486711.html

    Come on Chris, fess up!

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    1. Messages beamed from Mars
      Straight in my mind
      Trying to get in my mind
      They made me do it
      They made me do it

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  14. New video of an older story
    https://youtu.be/4QILFwbsPx4

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    1. That's hard to watch on account of my various phobias.

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  15. Speaking of Cassini, this story reads like a Thomas Pynchon novel:

    http://realitysandwich.com/322274/cassini-interrupted-how-a-hippie-in-a-lawn-chair-delayed-the-launch/

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    1. What doesn't anymore? I mean, really.

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    2. Anon 1.29 great story!

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    1. You ended up here because you seek truth and meaning. Plus you might be a bot. Or both.

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  17. Bill Gates, the vax-worshiping eugenicist of some renown claims he is concerned about a future "Disease X." You know, like the one spread by the crazy lab assistant in "12 Monkeys." Maybe our overlord is trying to tell us something? With our warming planet, I would not be surprised if a super-virus was incubating in some tropical locale right now, waiting for that moment ... https://www.yahoo.com/news/bill-gates-super-successful-held-041636204.html

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    1. Guys that rich believe they're gods. Always.

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  18. P.S. And I guess it comes as no surprise that the "growing" hexagon on Saturn and the Kid Buu "clone" story came up in conversation over coffee just this morning. As the old salts used to say: "red sky in morning ..."

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  19. "they sent in the clones" was the point of the last post from some anonymous angelic-friendly blog in the way back machine. The next weekend the apparent author was found dead in a hotel room in Mejico...

    same week eye heard a story second=hand from a woman whose story indicated she was a clone (even seeing herself from a distance, and oh yea, seeing some of those 9(7)evil-leven boys a couple (k)nights before their show, late summer one year, before A fall).

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    1. Links are always nice in cases like this...

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  20. Not sure if this is particularly synchworthy or relevant to this post at all, but it involves strawberries and Australia....the word 'piggy-back' is also mentioned...so yeah, still very much a white belt on the business of synchery to be fair

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6183267/Scott-Morrison-introduces-new-law-strawberry-needle-copycats-jailed-10-YEARS.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ito=1490&ns_campaign=1490

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  21. Good news, sportsfans! Effective 12:21 EST 9-18-18 we finally have a National Biodefense Strategy!

    I wonder if the first responders will adopt the Nazi Hazmat Hugo Boss look enshrined at Denver International.

    Flamethrowers by Elon Musk. Space Force for when only a nuke will do.
    No Time Bandits were harmed during the course of this presentation.

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    1. Speaking of Time Bandits....

      https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/13-crazy-terry-gilliam-stories-to-celebrate-the-time-bandits-anniversary

      I know the article is over a year old, but still timely in its own way. Check out the bit towards the end about Heath Ledger. Gilliam is quite the character!

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  22. First part of this blog reminded me of this Netflix trailer I saw on TV yesterday. Tagline: "The mind... can be 'solved'." Holy shitfuck!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzjD65c_8wU

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    1. "What's normal?" = the insinuation serving to predicate the abnormal, abhorrent & abominable.

      'Netflix & chill' = acquiesce to obscenity.

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  23. OK, this is very possibly going to be my most paranoid comment yet here at the Secret Sun, but, for whatever it's worth: here goes....

    I'm pretty much convinced that the NY Post article referenced above (and all the rest of the media attention on the topic) are part of a deliberate misdirection campaign. Consider: researcher publishes article suggesting that transfusions of young blood into older patients *might* have some mild anti-aging benefit; then the media go crazy with "Vampirism is the Fountain of Youth!" headlines; then the researcher steps in to correct the headlines...and ever after, anyone who brings up the idea that the elite are using the blood of the young to keep themselves young gets laughed at. I mean, the idea was debunked right at the source, right?

    Except: there's *documented*historical*evidence* that the elite have been using the blood of the young to keep themselves young for at least a century now.

    When I read that NY Post headline, I got an itching feeling that, even though it's presented as something relatively new, I'd read about a British scientist who was pursuing similar ideas in the 90s, and had read a bad translation of an *old* Russian sci-fi novel based around the idea way back when. So I did some digging; turns out what both were proposing wasn't consumption of blood (which won't do much for you unless you're anemic; and it's nothing a rare steak won't do), or even young-blood transfusions (which have a mixed record), but something called 'parabiosis', where two organisms have their circulatory systems joined together (in the case of humans doing it for anti-aging purposes, joined temporarily, obviously).

    Turns out the British anti-aging researcher pushing human parabiosis is one Aubrey de Grey; when he, or his foundation, get mentioned these days, it's usually presented as something relatively new...but he seems to have been experimenting with joining the circulatory systems of old people and young people in the mid-90s; strangely enough, *before* he had a degree in Biology, back when he was just a thirtysomething mathematician who was morbidly afraid of aging. Go to his Wikipedia page, and you'll find a blizzard of broken links, one-way links...and, well, missing links; as a ton of on-topic related info is out there, but never gets a citation. In the same way, the press rarely mentions any of the progenitor research antecedent to de Grey's. All by coincidence, I'm sure.

    Turns out the Russian sci-fi novel I remembered was "Red Star", by a physician named Aleksandr Bogdanov: it's fairly typical Utopia, where the narrator is given a guided tour of a Communist paradise on a Mars populated by humans; the Martians have normal human lifespans, but manage to extend them greatly through old-young parabiosis. The kicker? The book was published in 1908. Most sources say that Bogdanov didn't actually get around to doing real-world parabiosis until either 1923 or 1928 (the year of his death), but it just seems bizarre to me that he would write so enthusiastically about the procedure in 1908, then wait two decades to actually try it out in practice. But it gets stranger still...

    Bogdanov didn't invent parabiosis. The record is spotty,but it is documented that no less a figure than the Father of Aviation Medicine, French physician Paul Bert, won the Academy of Sciences prize in 1866 (!!!) for his experiments in conjoining the circulatory systems of different organisms. So this is an idea that's been around for at least a century and a half. And it's strange how this idea keeps popping up ever so often, getting reported as if it were new, then being forgotten. Forgotten by the common people, at least.

    A warning to anyone looking to research the history of human parabiosis, be warned: you will find a lot of animal experimentation that seems like nothing more than intricate excercises in sadism. You will seriously find more, and worse, nightmare fuel than you would think possible.

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  24. https://kotaku.com/fortnites-cube-destroys-the-games-unluckiest-building-1829174187

    we dealin with black magic, or black-hearted trolling, at least, in Fortnite at this time. A massive Cube of Saturn, or what is referred to in the lore as an "Alien Cube" is moving across the map, and has crushed a building in the area known as "Twisted Towers." This, after the cube itself appeared from within one of the previous anomalies deposited in the game, a rift created in the sky. This is the latest in the line of some strange form of trolling, winking, or otherwise nasty drollery. I am only wondering how few people understand the nein-11 resonances intended by this newest set-piece. Twisted Towers was already a strange thing to go naming something in-game, and now this. They have now done cracked-firmament flat earth theory, ominous comets that destroy with ample lingering forewarning, large symbolic objects that appear first in the imaginary game and then in real life, and now this cube. At first it sat still, if i am not mistaken, then eventually began moving.

    Fine work, Chris, and fascinating, thank you

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    1. "Tis the Season" Magnetic portals : Equinox cracks are opening in Earth's magnetic field http://strangesounds.org/2018/09/equinox-cracks-magnetic-portals.html

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  25. Total fucking bullshit. Do people really believe this stuff?

    https://www.ktsm.com/news/local/el-paso-news/child-pornography-reason-behind-sunspot-observatory-closure-according-to-court-documents/1460386237

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    1. Anon11:05, Are you one of those guys that doesn't believe we went to the moon or sommat?

      Of course people 'really believe this stuff' - it's more comforting than the alternative.

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    2. Anon 11:05 Disinfo for sure. The word "janitor" is antiquidated, and really, how much clean up is required at a solar observatory? Not like it's a public restroom on the NJ Turnpike. And why shut down the science equipment and evacuate the entire staff anyway? Somethings up.

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  28. The National Sunspot Observatory, the post office, and the local surrounding area shut down for... a janitor with child porn. https://www.ktsm.com/news/local/el-paso-news/child-pornography-reason-behind-sunspot-observatory-closure-according-to-court-documents/1460386237

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    1. & yet hollywood remains open for It's casting couching business.

      5, 17, 22, 42 = years between the release of each new version of 'A Star is Born' (including It's proto-genesis form 'What Price Hollywood?' (1932)), I'm no gematriot so cannot divine any significance in this numbers game theory.

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    2. Knowles is like one of those doomsday predictors. The world will end on February 6 2012. Oh, opsie! We miscalculated.

      Those grey aliens and their butt probes and their barely legal child porn. Roswell, hur hur hur

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    3. Funny you should mention it because today is the 30th anniversary of the last day that butt probe jokes were funny or clever.

      It's also the 20th anniversary of the first day butt probe jokes became sad and embarrassing.

      Thanks for the reminder.


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  29. She moves in mysterious frais:

    https://news.sky.com/story/young-boy-arrested-over-strawberry-needles-11502148

    '"He'll be dealt with under the youth cautioning system." ... Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said those caught piercing supermarket strawberries with needles are comparable to people guilty of possessing child pornography or financing terrorism ... He has called on parliament to raise the sentence for those caught contaminating fruit from 10 to 15 years in jail.'

    'punnet' = 'origin obscure' according to dictionary.

    Old news is no news:

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/03/01/scientists-discover-how-to-download-knowledge-to-your-brain/

    'Researchers claim to have developed a simulator which can feed information directly into a person’s brain and teach them new skills in a shorter amount of time, comparing it to “life imitating art”.'

    inculcation 'A Star is Born' way?

    https://www.newsweek.com/nuclear-pasta-neutron-star-strongest-material-universe-1127491

    'The strongest material in the universe has been discovered: nuclear pasta from neutron stars. The material is so intense it could never exist on Earth—if somehow a tiny amount were transported here, it would explode like a nuclear bomb. Instead it can be found deep inside the crust of the smallest, densest known stars, scientists have discovered via computer simulations.', 'Caplan ran computer simulations where he stretched and squeezed nuclear pasta to see how it breaks.', 'Understanding the strength of nuclear pasta will help astronomers studying neutron stars to better understand their physical properties—allowing them to test out theories and models. It also opens up the possibility of observing gravitational waves.'

    Pearly Pastafarian / PastaFrasian cosmic rays D:Wave simed as pop-cult evolutionary accelerant?

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  30. Ritual hu-mediation:

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/sep/20/english-heritage-seeks-stonehenge-holiday-snaps-for-digital-album

    '“People have been visiting Stonehenge for centuries and since the 19th century people have felt compelled to take photos of themselves and their loved ones in front of the stones.'

    https://www.avinteractive.com/news/world-first-stonehenge-mapped-for-paul-oakenfold-gig-20-09-2018/

    Nothing's sacred & all as the Harvest Moon heralds the Vernal Equinox, this gig an attack in commemoration of last year's LV event?

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