Month: November 2018

To go back

In Quebec, the number of students in difficulty has doubled in 15 years, from one hundred thousand to two hundred thousand. Some MPs or officials propose to create adapted classes. Immediately, others rebel by saying that we will not come back more than 20 years back. Oh? When a policy, a philosophy of life or […]

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Glance on the Apocalypse

As in other troubled times, such as the Great Plague of the Middle Ages, many humans seek to mitigate their growing concern for the future by consulting soothsayers, oracles, psychics, and prophecies of all kinds. Beside them, others fear nothing of this order. Two major questions then arise: what distinguishes those who are afraid from […]

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Let’s stop the cows!

There is a fairly recent tendency to reject cow’s milk and dairy products under the following pretexts: It would be indigestible for lack of lactase (which allows the digestion of lactose). It would be allergenic. It would be pathogenic growth factor (promoting cancer). It would produce diabetes and autoimmune diseases. It would produce many other […]

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A blogger arrested on 11-11-11

https://stopmensonges.com/arrestation-de-laurent-freeman-et-son-proces-contre-le-grand-orient-de-france/ https://stopmensonges.com/arrestation-de-laurent-freeman-et-son-proces-contre-le-grand-orient-de-france/ [Translation of his article:] Dear readers, friends and seekers of truth, Namaste, I have been detained since 11 November 2018 (11-11-11) at the Henderson Detention Center (Las Vegas) following a mundane roadside check for vignette and driver’s license expiration. What should have taken twenty-four hours to go out has been prolonged because my […]

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In crisis

For at least a few decades, modern civilization has been in a state comparable to the adolescence of the human being. It experiences the crisis of a transition from childhood to adulthood and maturity which in theory accompanies it. This particular crisis touches all its dimensions, from the most material to the most subtle. It […]

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The Bureaucracy Against Freedom

Our modern societies have gradually developed an increasingly burdensome and omnipresent bureaucracy. It now manages almost every aspect of our lives and has significantly diminished our freedom of movement and action. It has such a hold and such a presence that it seems natural to many people. These are born with it and will die […]

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Note on the Collapse of Civilizations

Civilizations, like individuals, face diverse needs and seek to fill them by accessing resources that can satisfy them. The needs Resources mineral mineral plant vegetable animals Animal materials Hardware Energy Energy psychological psychological mental mental psychic (para) psychic spiritual spiritual (pro) creative (pro) creative   The potential of a civilization depends on the average potential […]

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Cold

Could the climate be related to some of our health problems, especially to colds and flu? Materialistic science, generally seeking immediate and tangible causes, concluded in recent years in the negative. For it, illnesses such as colds and flu come only from microbes when it’s not from quarter crobes (bad pun). Is science always right? […]

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Immigration

Since the origins of humanity, the possible movement of different human groups has been conditioned mainly by the presence or absence of resources essential for its survival, especially food resources. Nomadism was more prevalent in desert, semi-arid or periodically snow-covered areas. The others had a more sedentary life. Large migrations or invasions could also be […]

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WatInFood

WatInFood is a free software running on Windows or Apple. It makes it easy to determine the nutritional value of food products sold in Canada. WatInFood Importante note: to work, the software requires the presence of Java (www.java.com) on the system. The app does not have a certificate and may need to temporarily change access […]

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Isydata

Isydata is a free software running on Windows or Apple. It allows you to simply create data sheets and graphs. Isydata Importante note: to work, the software requires the presence of Java (www.java.com) on the system. The app does not have a certificate and may need to temporarily change access rights to allow its launch […]

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Machines to play God

For only about two centuries, human have invented machines and instruments. These work with non-animal and non-human energies, whereas before he used his muscles or those of his domesticated animals. He has created more and more sophisticated machines, from the smallest, as small as microbes, to the most gigantic ones, such as particle accelerators that […]

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Human Relations

Nowadays, concrete human relations tend to be replaced by virtual relationships in which we often ignore the real identity of the interlocutors. The so-called “social” networks replace proximity relations. At the same time, we ignore more and more our neighbors even if we live in the same block, the same building or the house next […]

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The Soul of a Nation

Knowing that a nation is a human group sharing the same culture, the same history and the same language, we can consider that this group is also united by a common conscience or soul. Even if geopolitical, military, or economic events are at the origin of the formation of a nation, it eventually also develops […]

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Accumulate or Create

Still under the influence of survival instinct and related fears, and stimulated in this direction by advertising and marketing, many human beings tend to amass a large amount of material objects that they use in definitively very little. The overconsumption society works by stimulating the desire for material possession which can only be accompanied by […]

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Overcoming the Conflict

The existence of individual and collective conflicts seems as old as humanity. If the causes seem at first sight multiple, digging a little more, they are reduced to a more fundamental cause: the illusion of separation that accompanies the process of individualization of consciousness. In leaving the collective consciousness of animal races, the primitive human […]

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Multiple Thinking

A truly free society admits the multiplicity of ideas and points of view on the different questions that concern it. Each individual perceives reality only through his subjectivity of the moment, the position he temporarily occupies in space or in a hierarchy, the filter of his prejudices, his tastes and beliefs, and so on. In […]

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Public and Private

Today, companies and properties are generally considered to be public or private, although states may also hold shares in private companies. It is also understandable that a private business is only accessible to the particular group of people who own or manage it. One can thus think that a business or a public structure (whether […]

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