Friday, November 30, 2018

PseudoScience Friday: Maybe Tomorrow, Maybe Someday




Well, the P.T. Barnum Memorial Permanent Moon Base Roadshow pulled into town again and performed its song and dance for bored reporters. I'm not sure why this old saw was pulled out of the toolbox but it seems to me this act plays to smaller crowds every time it takes the stage.

Guess it's true. You can't fool all of the people all of the time.





You do know I'm older than dirt, so I've basically spent a half-century being told by NASA that Clavius Base is just around the corner and young lovers will able to actually honeymoon on the Moon soon.

I mean, I was hearing this corny spiel back when I was a just a wee wane. My dad actually splashed cold water on my astro-dreams when I was about 8 or so when he told me there will never be a base on the Moon. 

Of course he'd had a few screwdrivers so I just laughed it off at the time. But now I'm beginning to suspect he was right. 

But hope springs eternal: they'll lay my ashes to rest at Mare Crisium yet.



"Fake Moon Dust." Isn't that redundant, like "fake space agency?" LOL jk

I do wonder why they don't just use real Moon dust, though. After all, the Apollo boys brought what, a metric ton of the stuff back with them? Don't bogart the Moon-dust, NASA.



Damn, it's too bad they knocked off Michael Crichton passed away. Being a Harvard-trained physician and all he might have been able to lend a hand with this dilemma.



And this just in, a new image from a... OK. Listen, I'm sorry; this is so stupid any stupid wisecrack I could make about it would pale in comparison.



Given how big NASA is into the merch and the swag lately I do wonder if, after all is said and done, it's not so much a space agency as it is just To The Stars Academy with a multi-billion budget. 

Note it's Apollo 17. Why 17? I guess we'll never know. Maybe we should ask Tom DeLonge.



I love to tease NASA, but I kid because I love. I mean they did just land a robot on a permafrost plain in Greenland Mars, so that's something, right? I mean, nothing ritualistic there, right?



And these bloody-red Christmas trees Melania--who is absolutely, positively not an adept in any kind of witchcraft at all, so stop asking-- just happened to put up in the White House had no connection with the "Mars" landing at all. So stop asking.

And hey: how about those funny stupid people at Vogue with the corny allusions to their favorite escapist fantasy program? You know, the one about the mathematically-impossible future they fixate on so they don't have to confront the mathematically-probable future they're actually afraid of? Funny stupid people.

Stupid people are funny.  



44 years, eh? Wow. That's an interesting anniversary to be calling on our fast-approaching Lyran overlords our space alien friends, don't you think? What's so all-important about 44? It's a real mystery, I suppose.


Or maybe this must be why I'm thinking of the Vegas. Share your opinion in the comments.



I know we're all strapped for time, what with the holidays and all, so I'll capsulize: the onboard A.I. crashed that plane.  



Ah, our Communist chums in China "forcing" yet another corporation to bend to its totalitarian whims. So when those very same totalitarian whims are put into practice over here, those corporations can shrug their shoulders and apologize and blame China for everything.

Hey bro, we didn't want to turn over all your private data to some hideous, unaccountable bureaucracy but we have to harmonize our programming and junk.


Sorry, dude. We're still besties, right?



But who needs Communist China when you have no-longer-even-remotely-great Britain, right? "Raises privacy concerns!" That's adorable. 

I hear the Swedes are big into microchipping because of course they are. What hellish Orwellian agenda isn't Sweden big into?

Got you there, didn't I? I know, it's a real brain-teaser.



A lot of folks have been asking me about this. I'm as stumped as anyone, though. I guess if you held a gun to my head I'd guess it had something to do with, y'know, the Apocalypse.



Especially given the fact that it seemed to emanate from Mayotte, whose flag has those familiar seahorse motifs we all have come to associate with... well, you know. Don't make me dredge all that up again. I'm saving it for a future post.



Speaking of the Shimmer, a bright pink light was captured on video by a fisherman. Apparently this Pink light looked vaguely like a Viking ship, believe it or not. No word if it was Opaque yet.



In other Shimmer news, the Ocean is more terrifying than your worst-ever nightmares. No wonder ol' HPL there was so terrified of it.  It's all the more so now that the Shimmer is messing around down under there. I think maybe Howard was a little ahead of the curve, Jack Kirby-style.




The Shimmer isn't just gettin' jiggy with it in Davy Jones' Locker, it's also messing around with the livestock. Other mammals as well. Lots of anomalous all-white creatures showing up lately. No word yet if they also have glowing prismy Shimmer-bits all over them.

Maybe the Shimmer doesn't show up on video all that clearly. Or it simply hasn't manifested yet.


No word if this tragic event was Shimmer-related. If you held a gun to my head, I might guess it was, but with the "Mason Bay" thing it might be something else. Something to do with Leviathan or Tiamat or whatever. I can't keep track of it all anymore.



But yeah-- Mason Bay, meet Pearl Island. Oh, you know each other already? Small world.



I got nothing. Sorry, sometimes this ritualistic crap just stumps me.



Really? Why is that? Is there something behind this rise in mortality? What could be causing these deaths?



Oh. Right.  



Well, there's a shocker. A show glamorizing teen suicide is increasing the risk of teen suicide? How can this be? Why, I never!

Next thing you know you'll be telling me that Purdue Pharmaceuticals knew that Oxycontin was addictive and deadly and covered it up.

 

Oh, cruel stars! Must every illusion be shattered? 



Google now? Is there any tech titan not planning to eliminate mosquitoes worldwide? I guess it's best to start small, right? Alpha-testing, I believe it's called.



Why's that? Not performing as well in the field as they did in the lab? Back to Plum Island with the lot of them! ROTFLMAO jk



Well, back where I come from, that's what they call locking the barn door after the Shimmer-mutated two-headed pony is gone.

Once the tech exists, it will follow its own path. Of course there's the added bonus of prohibition putting this kind of engineering out of the proles' reach. Not that it would ever be within their-- or rather, our-- reach to begin with.

Tough shit, us.  




Of course, I'm sure all this CRISPR business will be all gumdrops and cotton candy and nothing will ever, ever go wrong. I mean, isn't that the way science always works?

Pharmaceuticals never produce unforeseen side effects. Chemicals released into the environment never cause cancer. Attempts to alleviate a problem with one species by introducing another into its environment has never led to disaster.

What are you, anti-science? What are you, Alex Jones or something? Think the frogs are turning gay or some shit? OK then. STFU.



So all you proles and incels, get busy with those sexbots. We need that air your progeny would be breathing for Humanity 2.0.

But hey, have you fellas met Tiffany? She will rock your world! Take her for a spin, bro!



What a dumb article. No one eats people for nutrition. They do it because taboo violation is H-O-T hot! Plus, delicious.



So what do you think? Is this stuff cannibal chic? Cannibal entrainment? Submit your answer in the comments.




For mice, maybe. But seeing how this is already the usual American diet, I'd say not so much for humans.



Finally, this is what the kids used to call an "epic troll." Doing a hit piece on conspiracy theorists backed by a set that looks like Albert Pike's favorite absinthe 'n' laudanum hallucination? Is the way that anchorman is holding that envelope meant to symbolize his favorite York Rite apron?

He should have worn it. It would have looked really snazzy with all that Blue 'n' Gold.



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  1. Wait... wait... "Mars" is hollow too?

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    1. Is it possible to travel from one hollow to another? Are all hollows the same hollow?

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    2. Maybe with the exception for 'Sleepy Hollow.' Yes, it's a real place in New York. My friend graduated from High School there. Their mascot is, in fact, the Headless Horseman.

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    3. Bill Valles, "Mars Attacks" director Tim Burton made "Sleepy Hollow" a "real place", at least in the Hollywood sense of such a thing & he'd know all about impossibilities being the auteur bringing "Dumbo" back to silver-screened animation.

      KTV

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  2. The idea that the American diet is low protein is hilarious. Perhaps if those poor malnourished martyrs for the low protein lifestyle could get immigrant slave children to shovel uncooked offal directly into their mouths they would finally get the protein they need to be whole. And in case anyone is confused the carbs that don't instantly give you diabetes are not the ones in fizzy drinks and cakes but the starch and fiber you get in vegetables.

    Really, the technology of the future that I'm waiting to see developed isn't the flying car or robot "housemaid" but the automated suicide process. Is it going to be like Soylent Green, Logan's Run or Futurama? Are they going to pretend that it's some sort of simulation upload process so as not to scare the livestock?

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    1. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euthanasia_Coaster

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    2. Call me crazy, but I don't think death by roller coaster seems at all elegant or euphoric. It sounds like a ride into hell.

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    3. Adding to my anon comment at 4.04...surely this is along the lines of bonsai kitties. It has to be a joke. Please tell me it's a joke??!

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    4. The roller coaster aligns with the "carnival" theme of Logan's Run's Carousel. Fate can be seen as a result a high synergistic relationship between the living dead and hedonistic risk taking. You see it in Pinocchio and it's reworking to the movie "AI". It might be an obvious "ride to hell" but it's a sort of ride to hell that many don't opt out of, being in the state of behaving as a sort of zombie or marionette. What sort of defective person would become a "runner" to avoid something as meaningful as "carousel"?

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    5. Hmmmmnnn ...Bryan Singer's "Bohemian Rhapsody", the subject of which died due to "hedonistic risk taking" (a suicide by pleasures), as his reimagined/homage to "Logan's Run"?

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  3. MH370 was also a Boeing. Kinda makes you think, huh?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_370

    "Electronic hijacking uses systems and programming already factory-installed within the B777 flight management system. This is different from hacking or cyber-attack in that it requires access to the B777's security system through access purposefully programmed into the software. Notable proponents of this theory include current Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad.[22] He said: "Clearly Boeing and certain agencies have the capacity to take over uninterruptible control of commercial airliners of which MH370 B777 is one". "

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_370_unofficial_disappearance_theories#Electronic_hijacking

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    1. That's good stuff, Chloe. There's always Boeing and the alphabets but there are also Lyrans. Just throwing that out there.

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    2. Boeing / Bowie / Bowman / Boring / Rainbow?

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    3. Boeing / Bowie / Bowman / Bower / Bauer / Boring / Rainbow ?
      - Jake

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  4. Hey Chris, this post had me laughing out loud the most. Nicely wagged a moondoggie there!

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  5. Just when I feel like it can’t get any more hopeless...

    ...and yet, the illumination from each seemingly-sadistic sync makes me reach deeper into self-determination.

    You’re doing somesuch deity’s work, CLK. Bless you.

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    1. There's a lot of hope to be found out there. Self-determination creates it as well. Soldier on!

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  6. Wait, are you serious about them knocking off Michael Crichtion?Because that's actually something I've suspected for a while but never seen anyone else say something about.

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    1. Actually, a friend of mine is convinced of it. I countered the guy was a pretty heavy chainsmoker. But he was an increasingly aggressive gadfly in the techno-science elite's ointment, so there's that.

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    2. As everyone seems to be sure that smoking is dangerous and stuff, it's probably not. Tobaccophobia is at least as silly as belief in the moon landings, eh?

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  7. Regarding the strange "quake" of 11/11, note that its frequency was 1/17 hertz or once every seventeen seconds, according to this source:

    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/11/strange-earthquake-waves-rippled-around-world-earth-geology/

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    1. "Open on all channels
      Ready to receive
      And we're not at the mercy
      Of your shimmers or spells"

      - (not) J. Geils Band

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    2. Continuation of marine symbology and names as "7.0 Earthquake near Anchorage,AK" http://www.Watchers.news

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    3. "Dreaming of that face again.
      It's bright and blue and shimmering.
      Grinning wide
      And comforting me with its three warm and wild eyes"
      -DEVO

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    4. It's The Universe confirming that all of us who care about arbitrary notions like 17 are onto a Good Thing.

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    5. Scientist says strange frequency with 17 second intervals was "too perfect" to be natural occuring and must be artificial.

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  8. // Is this stuff cannibal chic? Cannibal entrainment? //

    To re-coin a couple of old memes, Real Food Is Real People. Mmmm. Delicious!

    Alternatively, this more or less refers to this.

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    1. That's how it always begins, my man.

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    2. You mean, it begins with Gods Who Wear Flank Steak...?

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  9. FYI: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/austrian-company-behind-louvre-abu-dhabi-dome-is-insolvent-after-non-payment

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    1. What a shocker. I don't know if I can face the day now.

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  10. Supposedly the reason why "we've never been back to the moon" (because "we no longer have the technology") is due to the Apollo program etc. technology having been unique per launch & dependent on working on knowledge gleaned from specialists who "never wrote things down" regarding idiosyncracies of each Saturn engine etc. hence it's being "lost/destroyed" at least that's according to a channel called 'Curious Droid' on youtube.

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    1. Sometimes it's fun to pretend the technology was lost and/or destroyed. And those rocket engineers. Such flighty right-brain types, never recording their data. Bunch of lazy hippies.

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    2. If there's one thing bureaucracies lack it's paper, always running out of the stuff hence those apparently doing the actual number crunching needing to use squirrelled scraps/napkins/cigarette boxes etc & there's no filing system for such randomness so no wonder things get "mislaid"!

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    3. It's very probably just the sad truth. Some blogs have complained a lot about illusions of progress when in reality many shiny design procedures never worked as claimed. Have you guys never been to university and experienced the double truth phenomenon? One version is published in conference procedures & reports, but insiders know that things were quite different in the meetings & labs.

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  11. Have you had a look at the stuff Grimes is posting on her Instagram recently? It's almost like she's quoting your blog... let's see:"neanderthal to human being, Evolution, kill the gene, biology is superficial, intelligence is artificial" and "we appreciate power, we submit to the robot overlords". She could learn some subtlety from Liz Fraser.

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    1. We all could, my friend. We all could.

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    2. "Grimes" rhymes with "Shines", Musk's bird as "Shimmer" personification?

      Anyone know of any links between Grimes(/Musk) & Natalie Portman?

      (Grimes Musk???)

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    3. Perhaps Musk's bird "Starship" will Shimmer like Fraser's eyes on lift off.

      Fraser's eyes as conduit through which Shimmering is made manifest?

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    4. What if Natalie Portman is a product of the same google artificial neural network "hallucinations" that were being zeitgeisted "back in" 2016?

      KTV

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  12. Chris, as I read the post I kept hearing it in the voice of Norm Sherman from the Drabblecast with all the whit and hilarity that is spun into his commentaries. First time I was smiling throughout an entire post. Thanks

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  13. On the "humans transforming into butterflies" thing: I grew up in the area and an inordinate amount of ghost stories floating around concerned Pinckeny Island. Weirdly, it would almost always be a variant on the theme of a young girl whose love life ended with extreme & violent tragedy. Not sure how it is nowadays, but in surrounding places like Hilton Head (lower-income people, mind you) still took this stuff very seriously.

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  14. First time I ever saw the word Mayotte and now just saw this article. Have you seen this?

    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/11/strange-earthquake-waves-rippled-around-world-earth-geology/

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    1. Something strange is occurring at the same depth below the earth's surface! http://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=N7Apmm5hoqQ http://mrmbb333.com

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    2. There was also a strange electromagnetic wave about a week later:

      https://spaceweatherarchive.com/2018/11/24/quiet-sun-makes-musical-waves-in-earths-magnetic-field/

      And today there was this more local event:

      https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/11/30/earthquake-strikes-near-anchorage-tsunami-warning-issued/2163178002/

      PS: That meat stuff may be real. I remember an artsy band dressing up with meat decades before this or Lady Gaga, so it's nothing new. More to the point, skeletal remains also seem to have quite a "nutritional value" as well:

      https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/11/30/indian-corpse-smuggler-arrested-50-human-skeletons-luggage/

      "Mr Prasad was part of a gang who supplied human skeletons to “tantrics and occultists” in the Himalayan Kingdom, police said. They also claimed there was “huge demand for skeletons among medical students in China”.

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    3. More strange stuff below the surface:

      https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/11/a-mysterious-radioactive-heat-source-is-melting-antarctica-from-below/

      This might explain a lot of the activity down there over the past few years.

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  15. Hey there Chris, hope all is well.

    I have a general question, looking back over your entire oeuvre.

    How much of this connectivity, symbology, and ritual do you think is consciously intentional by humans, vs part of the fractal pattern that makes up the zeitgeist/our collective conscious.

    As a 'creative' type person, I have had enough experiences over the past years where I've found much deeper meaning in my own stuff after-the-fact to understand how much is subconscious.

    Do you take a side? I'm sure it's relatively noncontroversial to say your work has a 'conspiratorial' tone, but as I've read your work (and truly enjoyed it!) for some time, I notice though the tonal implication is 'vast intentional conspiracy' you rarely (never?) actually straight-out say that it is this way.

    I'm curious in your own option. I understand there's no real way to quantify "how much," but in your best estimation, "how much" of this is intentional (read 3d-meatspace) vs 'just the patterns that are reflected from the nature of existence?'

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    1. everything is as it should be is very hard to undersit

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  16. Interesting about that bacteria found on the ISS, considering NASA's head is so gung-ho about wanting to privatize the ISS now:

    https://www.vox.com/the-big-idea/2018/6/8/17438332/privatizing-international-space-station-iss-nasa-bridenstine

    Maybe they'll rename it "Elysium"...

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  17. We WILL all be one!

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/students-undergo-sensory-experience-to-drive-out-prejudice-against-illegal-border-crossings-video/

    'The students, attending an immersive theatrical performance designed to fight “oppression,”...'

    Experimenting on Humans is Love! I know because Unicef Goodwill Ambassador Millie Bobby Brown shows me so!

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    1. Potential side-effects include emergence of psychic abilities/insanity/both/"We're All 'Mexicans' Now!"

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    2. Didn't the forced consumption of us drinking water with added chinese factory imported Neurotoxin called 'fluoride' + heavy metals including lead / mercury ie. (Prozac),toxic brain-killing vaccines, deadly cancer-causing gmo transbiocide pesticides and unsafe gender-bending plastic chemical lobotomies work? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dumbing_down

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  18. Hey Chris,

    Right on time for the sexbot apocalypse, we have this! Start here:

    https://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3883

    Note the gal with the purple hair is a recurring character named - wait for it - Roko Basilisk.

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  19. I'm thinking of tribal family who lived solely on buffalo. Hmmm.

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  20. Laser beams shooting from Saturn has made me really question what reality i'm living in....hardly a peep in the "News"

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  21. Hindenburg here: I heard a science person on Doug Henwood's podcasrt saying CRISPR is really low budget science. They have the genetic sequences but no real idea how all the data fits. It's ike having a page of text and thinking you can edit words on a page you can't actually see the words on. Expect a clusterfuck.

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    1. The main issue is that we have around 20000 protein-coding genes and figuring out what everything does is a slow process because of the way it is done - knocking out single genes and looking at what happens in their absence and how the protein network is affected

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    2. That's why we need the NorKs. What do you think is going on in those Korean gulags? Human testing of the most perversely creative sort, I'm sure. Just ask the Falun Gong crowd what the Chinese did to them — and Koreans are on average many times crazier than Chinese people!

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    3. Gene-editing Scientist Hu Jiankui: dubbed the "Chinese Frankenstein" reported missing since November 28th and is rumored to be under house arrest.

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  22. lulu means ''mixed one'' in SUMERIAN!!

    https://twitter.com/LaurelCoons/status/1068570405714169863

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  23. This post is everything!

    My partner gets enraged at me if I even bring up questioning the "moon landings". Honestly, wouldn't you just laugh if you thought I was talking shit? There is a real visceral reaction from him if I talk of any of the things posited on this site.

    Speaking of opioids, I was addicted for about 15 years. I've now been off them for about 7 months. Still miss it like you wouldn't believe.

    And how can one now be a rebel or a devil when cannibalism has gone mainstream? Sheesh, what's a girl to do now for street cred?!

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    1. You can use it like a test. Present different theories to people. The theories that get them enraged are probably touching on an important truth.
      -Jake

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    2. Jake, you nailed it. "Systems justification bias" us a somewhat newly described type of cognitive bias that doesn't get anywhere near the coverage it deserves, imo. Contested historical events (among other things) upsets people if their preferred "system" for understanding and explaining those events is challenged in the process.

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    3. I suggested to someone recently that they consider the possibility of faked moon landings not as an assertion but rather a thought exercise, and she literally started screaming epithets at me. Same with 9/11 for some folks. The hypnosis goes deep.

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    4. Maybe some people want some structure and stability at home rather than having all rugs pulled from underneath them, so to speak. Likely most people don't really care if the moon landing was fake or not or if strangers still believe in the tooth fairy. But they might have a deep need to be able to trust the judgement of their friends and family.

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    5. Similar to how "normies" react to the Mandela Effect.The Scientism materialist programming keeps them chained in the box.

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    6. The Mandela Effect seems to be a hoax. It's just a strange weirdness that is mostly limited to American pop culture. Maybe you guys just had too much fluoride? Or how do you explain that gap of ME effects with other regions?

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    7. The so-called Mandela Effect was already a little-known phenomenon called "Reality Changing" in the USA,during the 90s - early 2000s.Many believe the phenomena has always existed.The phenomena is apparently "dormant" until recognized and experienced by an individual. (reference) "Reality Shifts : When Consciousness Changes The Physical World" English-language Book Published Year 2001 in USA. http://GoodReads.com/book/show/13632706-reality-shifts/

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    8. Xinxi, I believe at least one person (Cliff High?) has reported ME reports go up in areas with higher D-Wave concentrations (which would obviously rule out large parts of the world public).

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    9. "What The Bleep Do We Know!?"

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    10. Xinxi, "The Mandela Effect" may well be some kind of hoax, at least in the sense of It's being a psyop, a psyop serving to misdirect awareness from more insidious, pervasive & far reaching machinations than pop-cultural & "indisputable" historial "fact" inconsistencies (& that potentially overturned in It's wake) by the drip-drip-dripping of these seemingly inconsequential & superficial changes, & the discussion of said trivialities, as the defining "conspiracy theory" of this archontic gatekeepen age, & no self-respecting npc one wants to be a "tin foil hatter" do they?

      KTV

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  24. Hi Chris, the HBO series sharp objects has everything from emerald green eyes. to garlands, the series is flooded with wicked rock and roll from LED Zeppelin. A series I cant get out a my head, A great watch and I’m looking forward to your commentary!

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  25. https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-7N6a8PQH9U4/XAC37gSYgpI/AAAAAAAAqUw/fIcjBntwASsGeeIeRWyJrdYrXUVojOHWgCK4BGAYYCw/s1600/Screen%2BShot%2B2018-11-29%2Bat%2B12.30.45%2BPM.png


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/e7/64/e7/e764e712a309f02587a4e231b7c457cc.jpg

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  26. Looking further into and at Moyotte there are very interesting facts that kinda separates it's distinction from most other islands, in the world.
    Looking at Moyotte from G-maps, one can stumble upon this: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Mayotte/@-12.7637105,45.2827726,284m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x220a0e33dcf28dbb:0xff32176795fe2a4b!8m2!3d-12.8275!4d45.166244

    Now tell me, wtfis that? It's agiant antenna that caused the surface area around in to form a sunburst pattern from the center of the structure. Oh and it so happens to be a part of a secret French base. French because it's off the shores of Africa and in the Indian Ocean.
    I am booking my reservations to Moyotte (translated in aribic as Island of Death!(I swear I didn't make it up)!!)!

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    1. Sounds like some semi-fictional place out of The Illuminatus Trilogy.

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    2. Could it be the spawning ground of macron?

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  27. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/breaking-anchorage-earthquake-tsunami-warning-13669639.amp

    'There is no tsunami threat to the Californian coast.'

    Hollywood escapes yet again.

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  28. The truth about conspiracy theories. The man who killed JFK died today.

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  29. Was it the msm pieces on jeffrey epstein the past day or so that set geoge h.w. bush off on a hellride/re-upload to another vessel?

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    1. Here's one of those "fake propaganda" articles on that very subject from those very bad "underminers" on the other side of the world.

      https://sputniknews.com/us/201811291070222465-Labor-Secretary-Billionaire-Pedophile-Ring-Charges

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    2. Or was he given a flu shot the day before he died?

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    3. 'aitch dubya IS "the flu".

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  30. well there were strange waves across the earth. A massive earth quake. Then George HW bush died.
    Makes you think.

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    1. The tried & tested method the planet uses to rid itself of disease.

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    2. The Force. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schumann_resonances

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  31. Hi Chris... slightly off topic yet science related... you may well be familiar with the electric universe model , but I wanted to share two recent videos.

    The first is about the dipolar characteristic of plasma with respect to star formation, which could possibly point to the secret sun theory:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jMgtWFqdPK0

    The second deals with “empty space”, and had a more esoteric feel to me about how the stars influence life on earth:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CPQRv_6J8WM

    I am looking for something on the bootes void in the context of the electric universe model but haven’t found it

    truebadore

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  32. Keeping to the Under-the-Sea theme, Spongebob Squarepants creator, Stephen Hillenberg died on Nov. 26th. Sad.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Hillenburg

    Hillenberg's first career was as a marine biologist.

    His first job at Nickelodeon was on the cartoon, "Rocko's Modern Life". (Keeping with the Rococo theme of 11/26 Secret Sun post.)

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  33. Fox Is Investigating Neil DeGrasse Tyson After Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/neil-degrasse-tyson-sexual-misconduct-allegations-metoo-cosmos-fox-investigation-a8662386.html%
    The Pope of Science is a Neanderthal groping gals? Say it ain’t so!
    Toostoned

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    1. He is just an Actor.

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    2. And this headline from 11/20 - Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Elon Musk is more important than Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg

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    3. "Watch out, We got a Badass Over Here!"

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    4. With Musk in the news all the time, sometimes stories like this are overlooked:

      https://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/Drunk-driver-slept-while-Tesla-drove-Hwy-101-on-13435295.php

      Musk is, in at least this way, a poster boy for a techno-obsessed America literally asleep at the wheel.

      BTW, a familiar theme (from here) about the stagnancy of science:

      https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/cross-check/facing-the-end-of-science/

      And for all you science-y types who thought submitting your DNA to strangers was a good idea, guess again! Big Science wants a piece of you. Literally. Here's your last chance to opt out (maybe).

      https://www.businessinsider.com.au/dna-testing-delete-your-data-23andme-ancestry-2018-7

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    5. That odd moment you check twitter to see if the NDT Sex Scandal was trending (it wasn't for some inexplainable reason ie. because twitter top trend topics are decided by employees not the public) and discover Hootie and The Blowfish is trending!

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    6. @anon6:39
      It's already too late to opt out. They caught a killer using one of those DNA services by comparing it to relatives (though when this made the news they conveniently left out that they first compelled a man via warrant to hand over his DNA-- and it didn't match.) So unless you can convince all of your relations to opt out.. And once they build large-scale databases, it will be a simple matter to find out who isn't there..
      -dan

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  34. 1. See people wearing costumes that look like raw meat.
    2. Remember that human bodies are composed primarily of meat.
    3. ……?
    4. Profit!

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    1. One Greek politician is specifically calling attention to the meat biz known as organ donation.

      https://www.rt.com/news/445278-greece-diplomats-child-trafficking/

      "Diplomats from Greece have been blasted as “traitors” by the country’s former foreign minister, after he shockingly repeated allegations that visas were issued “to unaccompanied children to illegally traffic their organs”.

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    2. The Bible is full with tales about everyone and his buddy sacrificing children to Baal. And killing babies seems to have been a pastime of American Indians, too. Why should that change? I just hope there is an especially nasty Hell waiting for such monsters.

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    3. Baal's back in the news - notice all the ties to Roman gods like Jupiter, Venus and Mercury. Also Bacchus.

      https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/11/a-mysterious-ancient-city-in-lebanon/

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  35. With all these aero and space events, lets remember there may be a military Cult of the Sky Penis!

    https://southfront.org/us-air-force-commander-fired-for-drawing-dicks-inside-b-52-cockpit/

    For some reason, this is the second mention of this fixation on sky dicks I've read in the last couple of months. This one involved a flight map and another involve actual flight patterns mapped later.

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  36. What will it take for Americans to Wake Up and put on a Yellow Vest?

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  37. On the subject of environmental and industrial pollutants, a huge victory for the anti-vax side as it proves HHS failed to follow the law to ensure monitoring of vaccine safety:

    https://www.aimintegrativemedicine.com/aim-integrative-medicine-blog/why-kennedy-sued-the-government-over-vaccine-safety-won

    "since 1986, HHS has had the primary and virtually sole responsibility to make and assure improvements in the licensing, manufacturing, adverse reaction reporting, research, safety and efficacy testing of vaccines in order to reduce the risk of adverse vaccine reactions. In order to assure HHS meets its vaccine safety obligations, Congress required as part of the 1986 Act that the Secretary of HHS submit a biennial reports to Congress detailing the improvements in vaccine safety made by HHS in the preceding two years."

    In an effort to gain access to these safety reports, ICAN filed a Freedom of Information Act request In August of 2017 to the HHS only to be blocked from receiving information for over eight months. Do to this delay, ICAN and Kennedy were forced to bring a lawsuit against HHS to provide copies of these reports to Congress or to admit that they never actually filed these reports.

    "The result of the lawsuit is that HHS had to finally and shockingly admit that it never, not even once, submitted a single biennial report to Congress detailing the improvements in vaccine safety. This speaks volumes to the seriousness by which vaccine safety is treated at HHS and heightens the concern that HHS doesn’t have a clue as to the actual safety profile of the now 29 doses, and growing, of vaccines given by one year of age."

    This may open the floodgates on the vaccine court, which has already paid out over 4 billion dollars over the last 30 years with 12% still undecided.

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/4-billion-and-growing-u-s-payouts-for-vaccine-injuries-and-deaths-keep-climbing/

    Vaccine ingredients mercury and aluminum may also be implicated in our increased Alzheimers.

    https://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-health/mercury-research-on-the-environmental-neurotoxin-link-to-dementia-zbcz1801


    And just to catch up on a few items back about global warming/cooling, turns out one of our very first pre-human relatives (Teilhardina, a small primate) thrived during an unprecedented time of global warming.

    https://phys.org/news/2018-11-oldest-known-ancestor-modern-primates-north.html

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    1. Maybe German men were given a special "coward vaccine"... so they won't protest Merkel's globlist agenda social destruction of Germany and Europe?

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  38. Hymn to Buckley https://youtu.be/ciA5JKwwYW0

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  39. More shimmery fun!

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7873614/cattle-muscle-internet-argument-mutation/

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  40. Chris, you got me intrigued about the film, Annhilation, so I watched. Later I found this video artwork at Simon Haiduk Studios by various artists.

    https://simonhaiduk.com/pages/mettamorphs

    Simpler, but the trippy shimmer vibe is there.

    Fractal art has been around for a while but there is a lot of this virtual psychedelia going around. You'd think they were trying to initiate everyone!

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    1. Neophytes, unaware of their status, "useless eaters" may be, but they're still initiates.

      KTV

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  41. @ Anon 6:45: excellent question. If they suddenly lost access to tv and internet and the supermarket shelves were empty of hot pockets, Brawndo and lite beer; I think that might do it. Short of that, fuggetaboutit.

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  42. And here's the alien-owl connection: https://i.imgur.com/q0BHGeO.gifv
    -Jake

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  43. Looks like we're following in the Annunaki's footsteps. I wonder how that worked out for them.

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    1. Ridley Scott made a movie about this, a hybrid cautionary(?) tale/boc office cash grab.

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    2. A gold-grab to honour the annunaki "I can do it too daddy!"

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  44. Apparently "The Girl with the Pearl Earring" and other works from that artist, dubbed "The Sphinx of Delft," are being digitized. I never noticed the striking blue and gold in that one.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/see-vermeers-complete-works-augmented-reality-153304284.html

    Found out about it through this PBS-backed piece, emphasizing its place in the Hague, where all the international justice is apparently centered. They also point out its proximity to the king and queen, and a statue of William of Orange.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHb5nMUC2Es

    Wikipedia notes that art critics originally attributed 66 works to him, though now it's 36. I don't know how that mistake could have been made! Looks like a number of his works feature checkered floors, curiously enough.

    Peace

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    1. Are any of these apparently misatributed works by assistants/students/followers of Vermeer? If so '66' still stands.

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  45. I realize I'm kinda late to the party, here are a few more syncs for the pile concerning Mayotte...

    As another commenter has pointed out, its name derives from the Arabic "al-Jazirah al-Mawt", which literally translates as "the Island of Death" or "the Island of the Dead"; apparently the native pronunciation of Mawt was "Mawuti", which got turned into "Mayotte" by the French. But I've yet to find any explanation as to how the island got such an inauspicious moniker in the first place. Mayotte has an area of 144.4 square miles; and I'm sure my fellow Secret Sunners will have no problem seeing a double 44 there.

    Mayotte is geographically, though not politically, part of the Comoro Islands, which derives from the Arabic "Juzur al-Qamar": literally, "the Islands of the Moon" (sync to the news CLK started the post with). And again, I can't find anything to explain the unusual name. And, of course, the Comoro Islands are centered around 44°E.

    But, of course, it gets stranger. The type of folk Islam practiced on the islands involves a great deal of trance-possession by djinn (I've heard it described as "Muslim shamanism", and as "Sufi voodoo": the latter was intended as an insult, but I didn't take offense, because the Islam practiced there really does have a surprising amount of systemic overlap with Voudoun). Something like half the women there have experienced trance-possession at some point in their lives, which is very likely the highest per-capita rate in the world.

    A little further down the rabbit hole...the largest island in the group is the mountainous Gran Comoro; in the 1800s, the name was generally written "Cumorah". The island's capital is Moroni. Joseph Smith, founder of Mormonism (and who was to have a steady succession of spirit visitors all the rest of his life) said he was shown the location of the golden plates from which he translated the Book of Mormon by an angel named Moroni, who insisted that the otherwise unnamed hill where the plates were hidden was actually called "Cumorah". Anti-Mormon polemicists have tried to make hay out of this, claiming that the dirt-poor, near-illiterate Smith must surely have lifted the names from an atlas (which no one in his social circle could have afforded, and which Smith could not have read, in any case; and, if you're going to steal names from an atlas, why steal two names that are immediately going to get you called out?); Mormon apologists try to gloss it over as a huge, but meaningless, coincidence.

    I'd offer the suggestion that the key to understanding the whole affair might be the fact that trance-possession (of the kind a certain Caledonian Siren seemed to be so adept in?) and communication with spirits/angels is part of daily life there in the Comoros. Which is to say: the spirit that was appearing to Joseph Smith connected the names "Cumorah" and "Moroni" from having actually *been* there...and from having a twisted sense of humor.

    But all this is off to one side. As always, CLK, keep up the stellar work!

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    1. A (sort of) French connection:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isle_of_the_Dead_(painting)

      'Böcklin himself provided no public explanation as to the meaning of the painting, though he did describe it as “a dream picture: it must produce such a stillness that one would be awed by a knock on the door.”' ... 'In 1888, Böcklin created a painting called Die Lebensinsel ("Isle of Life"). Probably intended as an antipole to the Isle of the Dead, it also shows a small island, but with all signs of joy and life.'

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_B%C3%B6cklin

      'His father, Christian Frederick Böcklin (b. 1802), was descended from an old family of Schaffhausen, and engaged in the silk trade.' ... 'The many sights of Rome were a fresh stimulus to his mind. These new influences brought allegorical and mythological figures into his compositions.'

      Böcklin's 'Villa by the Sea' is an orange/blue painting depicting a shrouded woman standing b the sea.

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