Month: March 2019

Three lessons from the “failed” Mueller inquiry

Three lessons from the ‘failed’ Mueller inquiry 25 March 2019 Here are three important lessons for the progressive left to consider now that it is clear the inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russiagate is never going to uncover collusion between Donald Trump’s camp and the Kremlin in the 2016 presidential election. Painting the pig’s face 1. The left never had a dog in this race. This was always an in-house squabble between different wings of the establishment. Late-stage capitalism is in terminal crisis, and the biggest problem facing our corporate elites is how to emerge from this crisis with their power intact. One wing wants to make sure the pig’s face remains painted, the other is happy simply getting its snout deeper into the trough while the food lasts. Russiagate was never about substance, it was about who gets to image-manage the decline of a turbo-charged, self-harming neoliberal capitalism. The leaders of the Democratic party are less terrified of Trump and what he represents than they are of us and what we might do if we understood how they have rigged the political and economic system to their permanent advantage. It may look like Russiagate was a failure,…

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The Usefulness of Mirrors and of the Observer

It seems that the best way to know something is to experience it ourselves directly. Can a knowledge that remains bookish or through videos, to mention just two examples of intermediaries, indeed achieve the same completeness? Can we know the sculpture without sculpting ourselves, an emotion without feeling it ourselves, the sea while staying on the beach, an ideology or a religion without connecting to it, another person without going to see him or her ...? Oh! of course, we can always criticize them from the outside. "Criticism is easy, but art is difficult." If we do not experience what one is talking about, that remains external and superficial. This is especially good for generating conflict. And we often end up criticizing the people themselves instead of trying to know or to understand who they are, what they say, what they do and what motivates them ... Of course, criticizing is also part of the human experience. But, in doing so, it is often well afterwards that one realizes the real object of criticism: self-knowledge! If the best way to know something is to experience it, how can we know ourselves? For to "experiment" us, we must somehow split ourselves.…

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Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria That Neutralizes Nuclear Wast

Russian Scientists Discover Bacteria That Neutralizes Nuclear Wast The unique bacteria, discovered in a nuclear waste storage site in Siberia, shows promise as a tool for the creation of a natural barrier to the spread of radionuclides. Researchers from the Moscow-based Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and the Russian Academy of Sciences' Federal Research Center for Biotechnology have been able to isolate microorganisms which can be used to safeguard the surrounding environment from liquid radioactive waste. Scientists made the discovery while conducting microbiological studies of the groundwater at the Seversky deep radiation burial site in Seversk, Tomsk region, Siberia, where liquid radioactive waste from the Siberian Chemical Combine, which supplies and reprocesses low enriched uranium for nuclear fuel, is stored. Their research, recently published in Radioactive Waste, a Russian scientific journal, suggests that the bacteria is capable of converting radionuclide ions, including those found in uranium and plutonium, into sedentary forms, thereby preventing the spread of dangerous radiation into the surrounding environment. Through lab experimentation, the scientists were able to fine tune the conditions necessary for the bacteria to carry out its useful work. The researchers say their findings are a first step in creation a biogeochemical barrier for radionuclides for use in deep burial sites containing liquid radioactive waste. Research into microbiological tools to limit the effects…

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Note on the Breath of Humanity

Like an individual, Humanity "breathes". It alternates phases of inspiration and expiration. As a collective organism, it does not breathe air, but consciousness. In a phase of inspiration, society is reborn, evolves, and organizes itself in more and more complex forms. Particularly inspired individuals and groups create masterpieces, some of which can span the centuries. The arts flourish. New resources are discovered. Communication networks are weaving. Religions are born and others are in full expansion. Consciousness turns in all directions and guides human achievements. The faith of human beings transcends their fears ... During the phases of expiration, societies collapse, "involute" and are generally subject to The law of degradation or increase of disorder and chaos (generalization of the law of entropy). The consciousness is mainly downward, towards materiality, towards materialism. The moral conscience is losing ground. The letter replaces the spirit. The shape and the surface are more important than the background. Material resources are lacking. Consciousness has been trapped by the magnetism of matter and can no longer be born out of the Matrix. The human being forgets his origins and is afraid of the future. Schematically, we can translate the two phases of the breath of humanity…

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The Real Reason Why Globalists Are So Obsessed With Artificial Intelligence

It is nearly impossible to traverse web news or popular media today without being assaulted by vast amounts of propaganda on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is perhaps the fad to end all fads as it supposedly encompasses almost every aspect of human existence, from economics and security to philosophy and art. According to mainstream claims, AI can do almost everything and do it better than any human being. And, the things AI can't do, it WILL be able to do eventually. Whenever the establishment attempts to saturate the media with a particular narrative, it is usually with the intent to manipulate public perception in a way that produces self fulfilling prophecy. In other words, they hope to shape reality by telling a particular lie so often it becomes accepted by the masses over time as fact. They do this with the idea of globalism as inevitable, with the junk science of climate change as “undeniable” and they do it with AI as a technological necessity. The globalists have long held AI as a kind of holy grail in centralization technology. The United Nations has adopted numerous positions and even summits on the issue, including the “AI For Good” summit in…

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The Concept of Navigator

The concept of navigator replaces advantageously those of leader, chief, president, king, etc. He benefits from serving those who provide the goal as those who prepare the roadmap to achieve the best. He knows how to make the best decisions in the face of unforeseen events or when different paths are possible, but he also benefits from validating his decisions and his choices by those he is responsible for bringing to the right place. He must be at the service of these, but not their tyrant.

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The seven functional human tendencies

There are seven main ways to understand the formal world, that is the one of material things, social organizations and living things. Naturally, the human being often or generally tends to favor one of them by his tastes, aptitudes and choices. Navigators Organizers Motivators Choice of forms (structures, systems…) to embody, preserve and destroy Coherent and inclusive organization of forms Inspiration and stimulation to bring new adaptable shapes to existing forms or to work effectively with established forms Conciliators Discoverers Watchmen Constructors Harmonization of old and new forms as well as individuals functioning by or in social or collective forms. Adaptation of forms (and the laws that govern them) Discovering new forms and the laws that govern them Preservation of shapes in the most ideal way possible Incarnation des nouvelles formes dans le respect des cycles de vie naturels des diverses formes existantes et de l’ordre des choses

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Groups and Individuals

A human group is at least equal to the sum of the individuals that make it up. The behavior of a group therefore depends closely on the behavior of its individualities. Humanity is a group. We can establish a functional and behavioral analogy between humanity and a human being. For Humanity to change, individuals must change as well. If one wants to build a free humanity, individuals must change voluntarily, but not according to the will of a minority imposed on the majority. If one wants humanity in peace and in harmony, the individuals must harmonize their relations and welcome for that their differences. The harmony of a painting is not obtained by replacing all its colors with a single color.

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Freedom and Responsibility

Whoever is free of his movements chooses his direction. This can lead to a dead end, a crossing, or other places. If he chooses his direction in an irresponsible way, without paying the least attention to the consequences of his choice, he is likely to produce dramatic consequences for him and for the other individuals who come to cross his path. The latter may then consider that he is dangerous and accordingly restrict his freedom of movement. Freedom is only sustainable if it is accompanied by a sense of responsibility. This means including taking into account the possible or probable consequences of one's actions before undertaking them. In a schematic way, we can say that: FREEDOM = RESPONSIBILITY

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Sovereignty

The sovereignty of a state is the supreme power it has to have exclusive jurisdiction over its territory and to be independent at the international level. By extension and analogy, the sovereignty of an individual is the supreme power he has to have exclusive jurisdiction over his body and personality, and to enjoy relational and social independence if he wishes. Intermediary, the sovereignty of a given group of human beings is the supreme power it has to have exclusive jurisdiction over the territory it inhabits and to be independent of other groups, located in other areas or places. However, a difficulty can arise if groups based on different criteria mingle in one place. Should one group have priority over others in the same territory? We can also ask the question for an individual: should he have a priority over others? Under what pretexts and justifications? In the human body, the brain seems to have a priority, at least decision-making power over other organs and components. However, if it abuses this power, or its freedom more or less irresponsibly, or even knowingly, he increases more or less strongly its chances of obtaining adverse consequences for the body in general. The body…

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Respect for life

A bright future will probably be in the sense of respect for life, possibly in all its forms. However, there is a reality to which human beings and other living creatures of the planet Earth do not escape for the moment: they need to feed themselves and for that they kill in general other species (animals, plants, bacteria, viruses) ... Can we at least compensate for or reduce the damage in one way or another and thus find ourselves closer to an ideal of respect for life? Or does humanity have to commit suicide, to sacrifice itself so that all other species survive? If, in the ideal, respect for life implies killing nothing, for the moment we are far from this goal with different human practices that not only take away the lives of other creatures, but also very often cause them to suffer beforehand. It is only necessary to mention scientific experiments (animal and even vegetable), but also abortion. Are some of them less damaging, more legitimate than eating?

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The Matrix?

Is there a so-called Matrix from which it would be necessary to go out? The point of view briefly presented here is "No, there is no Matrix". There is an infinity of matrices. Living beings keep coming out of one to find themselves in another. The period of passage in a matrix (like the maternal womb) is that of conception. And the exit of a matrix is ​​the birth into a new reality. If anything is urgent enough to come out today, it is primarily the current system. In doing so, we will be born into a new reality. However, there are probably other levels of reality as different from what we are currently able to understand that the reality of a virus may be different from that of a human being. Consciousness goes through different phases and continues to grow, even though it regularly goes through cycles of wakefulness and sleep. The output of a matrix is ​​not an end nor the goal. It is only one step and marks the beginning of a new adventure, as surely as the birth of the baby marks for him the beginning of a new life. It is often accompanied by a…

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Ethics?

Ethics is initially synonymous with morality. By rejecting the religious foundations of morality, ethics has become relativistic, eventually confounding or even reversing the old notions of good and evil related to a divine or superior principle. Man wanted to define himself what was right and wrong, thus allowing himself to do whatever he wanted and liked without being bothered by considerations that would otherwise be able to moderate his appetites. However, what a human being desires can be radically opposed to what another wants. When all act without restraint in the sense of their desires, they define one day the good according to certain criteria because that day these allow to provide an ethical base, a cover to their consciousness so that they can freely satisfy a given desire. And another day, they define it according to other criteria that may even be opposed to those of the day before, because in this new day, their desires have changed direction. When all individuals act in different directions instead of an overall one, and when these directions are guided by desire, they end up making war on each other. The confusion of notions of good and evil leads to chaos. The…

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Back to nature

A growing portion of construction and agriculture is becoming aware of the need for respect for nature. Speaking of environment is already a beginning, even if this concept can evoke an artificial environment far removed from natural conditions. It will be here more a question of nature than of the environment, and in particular of all the initiatives which favor the regeneration of the nature rather than the maintenance of a status quo able to aggravate the planetary situation by exhaustion of resources and generalization of the pollution. The modern way of life based on consumption and economic growth has widely demonstrated its destructive impact on global life. For a healthy future on all fronts, humanity will probably have to make a radical change and everyone will have to agree to reduce a significant part of the material comfort in favor of a return to rural life. Modern knowledge and experimentation in agriculture (including "permaculture"), urbanization and construction tend to demonstrate that even with the present human population we could build a future much more harmonized with nature to the point of healing it totally from current evils. To this end, the big cities will gain from being gradually dismantled…

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