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Friday, January 01, 2100

BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, the official 9/11 story is very very wrong.

Please see here for an overview of the 9/11 Frame-Up. Summary: they faked the plane crashes, they faked the videos, and they nuked the towers.

"The powers that be" are very sick, evil creatures.


Please note that "Anonymous Physicist", who has contributed articles here in the past, is a different person from "Spooked", the owner of this blog. Also please see here for a note regarding the commenting policy on this site.
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Monday, August 14, 2017

What Does It Mean to be Human?

Transhumanism and artificial intelligence (AI) is really mind-blowing stuff that hardly gets any attention and will seriously rock our world in the coming decades. A really interesting interview here with Zoltan Istvan.

To be sure, the Dept of Defense is doing serious R&D on both of these right now, particularly bionics to make better soldiers, but also AI to out-think the enemy and their computers. There's an intense race for the US to be first in these transformative technologies.
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Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Donald Trump Cannot Be President Anymore -- he's less rational than Kim Jong-un

Until this April, Donald J. Trump, the President of the United States of America, thought China could easily solve this pesky North Korea problem that’s been bugging world leaders for over 60 years now. But then he met with the President of China, Xi Jinping, at his Mar-a-Lago resort, after which he told the editor-in-chief of The Wall Street Journal that, “After listening for 10 minutes, I realized it’s not so easy.”
Trump went on: “I felt pretty strongly that they had a tremendous power [over] North Korea . . . But it’s not what you would think.” Again: The President of the United States assumed that because he didn’t know about something, no one else would know about it either, including the editor-in-chief of one of the country’s premiere news publications.
Worse, that “something” he didn’t know about was this: turns out, North Korea is complicated.
Turns out, healthcare is complicated. Turns out, the import-export bank is complicated.
Four months later, this guy is threatening nuclear war.
Which brings us very quickly to my point: Trump cannot be President anymore.
I know you had fun while it lasted, MAGAs (you won the election!), but if it hasn’t sunk in yet, Donald Trump is a bona fide existential threat.
He’s not fit to command the U.S. military in a war. He has no relevant experience, no ideology beyond narcissism, no guiding light, no steady hand. He believes whatever the last person he spoke with said. He gets information not from his security team, but from bots and memes and Fox News. He’s a walking, talking turnstile. And he’s threatening nuclear war.
The biggest threat here isn’t that Trump just drops the big one on the NorKors, a scenario that, at least at this time, is thankfully still far-fetched. But there is a danger that Trump gets into an ever-escalating conflict, then makes blunders that beget reactions he’s not prepared for and that spiral out of control.
He’s selfish, volatile, and vindictive, and in a time of crisis he’d be unpredictable, slave to the hot thrums of his angry little lizard brain. In other words, Trump is exactly the wrong person to lead a war. Trump, friends, is a less rational leader than Kim Jong-Un.
Beyond this, Trump, who took five deferments from Vietnam because of a bone spur in his feet, would be leading the most powerful human force in history into a ground war in Asia, and he doesn’t have a high-school understanding of world history. Worse, he can’t even recognize that he doesn’t have a high-school understanding of world history. And Trump doesn’t have a North Korea policy yet (he’s focus-grouped several different ideas on Twitter). Even if he did, he’s gutted the State Department, so we’d have few resources to negotiate and enforce whatever diplomatic solution he wanted to pursue.
So here’s a breakdown of what might happen next in the Korean peninsula, where war sadly seems more and more inevitable. It’s not a hopeful outlook, but it’s not hopeless, either: For one, there’s a chance Congress will remove Trump before we go to war, if war comes. (This isn’t a political wish. Give me Pence. Really.) And there are matters of Constitutionality that might (but probably won’t) hold Trump back.
Here’s the bottom line: After yesterday, Congress has a moral imperative: We cannot let Donald Trump, a reality TV game show host, have the chance to start a nuclear war. Now that we as a culture have been so directly confronted with this horrifying possibility that we’ve created, we can no longer abide it.

It's a long piece, the rest is well-worth a read. 

Personally, I think the #1 thing someone needs to do (or Congress) is remove the POTUS as sole authority over launching nuclear missiles. It really needs more oversight, it's way way way too important for one person to have the power to do, even for a sane person, and Trump is not sane.
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Sunday, August 06, 2017

WTC Steel Columns-- Heavy Metal

I stumbled by accident onto this 9/11 memorial in downtown Indianapolis.

The memorial consists of two 11,000-pound beams from the Twin Towers. Behind the beams stand granite monuments with inscriptions and timelines of the events of 9/11/01. Perched atop one of the beams is a bronze, life-size sculpture of an American Bald Eagle, with wings outstretched and gazing east toward New York City.

Official photos of the memorial from the website:

My photos are below.

I don't know what floors these are from but they aren't columns from the very base, for sure. This column has a good 4 inches of solid steel on the two sides.

Interesting to see this second column filled with cement along with 2-3 inches solid steel sides:

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Thursday, August 03, 2017

Looks Like Trump and Putin Colluded to Cover-Up the Collusion

The likely sequence of events:
Sometime around June 20th, the president learned that the media was aware of a meeting his son had organized at Trump Tower with Kremlin-affiliated Russians.
At that point, he presumably asked for all relevant information about the meeting and tasked people with organizing a response.
While he was in Germany at the G20 meeting, he and his advisers learned that the story was about to break. They strategized about what they could use as a defense.
The president spontaneously joined Putin at the July 7th dinner with no American interpreter present and discussed the Russian adoption cover story with him.
On July 8th, on Air Force One, he drafted or “dictated” the Russian adoption cover story over the protests of his legal team.
After the story broke, Trump insisted that he had no prior knowledge of the meeting. He and his lawyers and surrogates insisted he had no role in drafting the statement.

The evidence continues to mount of deep guilt by this president in colluding with the Russian government, to help his election.
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Alex Jones, the Snake Oil Salesman

John Oliver does a brilliant job of exposing Alex Jones not so much as a crazy conspiracy theorist, but a crackpot peddler of all kinds of over-priced personal care and nutrition items. But by inference, it casts doubt on everything else Jones says, much like a televangelist spouting nonsense to make money.

Actually a really funny segment too:
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Friday, July 28, 2017

Steve Bannon's Very Weird and Disturbing Political Views

The racist Breitbart editor Steve Bannon, who is THE key advisor for Trump.

All quotes are from here.

So, Bannon, who was raised in a very traditional Catholic family, who went to a right-wing Catholic military high school and has been steeped in this right-wing, Western sieve curriculum, believes, as Guénon does, that we are entering a dark age, that the rise of the Enlightenment in the 1500s has led us toward apocalypse, and that if he can’t prop up traditional values and do what Guénon had hoped to do, which was to, quote, "restore to the West a traditional civilization," then mankind is going to be destroyed. And that is his animating belief.
WTF is a "traditional civilization"??? The Dark Ages? I'm sure he thinks that a primordial belief in religion is part of that, but that is just idiotic. Why would ANYONE want to go back into that?

This next part is just completely nuts:
What all three of these men have, though, in common is the belief in—at the heart of Guénon’s religion was the belief in the Hindu concept of cyclical time, the idea that the world passes through set stages. And Evola believed, as Bannon does, as Guénon does, that we are in what the Hindus call the Kali Yuga, a 6,000-year-long dark age in which man’s connection to God and the transcendent is wholly forgotten. 
Again, just fucking nuts:
Bannon has come to this through a kind of populist, hard-right politics, where, through Breitbart and some of these affiliated organizations, he’s tried to not only take over American politics, but look at what he’s doing in places like the European Union. He’s trying to destroy what he would call these globalist edifices, which he believes is a manifestation of the rise of modernity and something that needs to be destroyed to pull us back to a pre-Enlightenment era.
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The "Flight 175" Fuselage Fragment on WTC5

I analyzed this in 2008, and you can see in the image I found, it was clearly two pieces, as this guy shows again, recently.

Meaning of course, the part may well have been (and probably was) planted.

There's also this weird piece, which could be from flight 11 but isn't clearly from either flight.

The biggest mystery WTC plane debris is still this one.

I haven't seen anyone analyze either of these last two pieces.
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More 9/11 Sites Are Disappearing

Sad to see Webfairy's site gone, Killtown's site gone, gone, etc.

Thankfully blogs persist for the most part.

Purchased websites just don't last if the owner stops paying or gives up, for whatever reason.

I hope the Killtown data survives somewhere at least, I liked his work.  Webfairy was more unreliable and made more extreme claims, though she had some useful videos. I think she used to actually host Killtown's work as a backup too, but that's obviously gone now.

And of course, there are so many 9/11 videos that are gone from Youtube, for whatever reason.

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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Similarities between the Election of Trump and the 9/11 Attacks

1) Trump presidency and 9/11-- both major national and international crises, upending traditional politics, creation of paranoid and dizzying political environments in Washington DC

2) both boondoggles for corporate news media, rapid series of breaking news, normal progress of time is hard to gauge, things moving both faster and more slowly than normal (time contraction and dilation)

3) both have crude, relatively ignorant Republican presidents (GW Bush and Trump) pushing far right agendas

4) both have treasonous aspects (9/11 with Israel, Trump with Russia)

5) multiple bizarre, hard to believe aspects of both 9/11 and Trump presidency; incredible coincidences

6) the in-your-face, incredible brazenness of the Trump campaigns lies, obnxiousness and treason, and the incredible brazen lie of the official 9/11 story -- both are incredible insults to the intellect

7) Both still lead to endless bombings and war in Iraq ...

8) Dates: terror attacks on 9/11, Trump declared winner of election on 11/9

Finally--9/11 & al Qaeda vs Trump & ISIS.

In other words, if the GWB administration spawned "al Qaeda",  a terror group that plotted fiendishly clever terror plots, the Trump administration is like ISIS: a more blunt, stupid and evil terror group.
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The Media "Loves" Trump and His Reality Show Presidency

As disastrous as the Trump presidency is in every possible way, he is a ratings gold-mine for the corporate controlled news media, particularly cable news channels like CNN and MSNBC. The non-stop scandal is just perfect for attracting viewers. Even though Trump constantly derides the media as fake news, his bizarre and treasonous actions are perfect for the media. They thrive on his idiocy and madness-- JUST AS THEY DID IN THE CAMPAIGN. The corporate media love of spectacle was a big reason why Trump won.

As I've noted here before, the media is a real problem for the US in a complicated way. Trump is right that the media is the enemy of the people, but ONLY IN THE SENSE THAT THEY BROUGHT US TRUMP IN THE FIRST PLACE!

A free press is still ABSOLUTELY necessary for our country to have a chance of remaining free from outright authoritarianism/fascism/dictatorship/martial law, but the corporate media and their greed is still a real problem for us.

At the same time-- the Trump presidency is almost like a scripted reality TV show, isn't it? It's like there couldn't be a more perfect vehicle for the news media than Trump's madness, and even though Trump is clueless about so much real world, I'm sure he knows the media loves his madness. How much of his insanity is an act? Hard to know. Is there a conspiracy between Trump and the corporate media to keep the insanity going? I doubt there is any firm agreement, but maybe a tacit agreement.

There is also a seriously fake aspect to this presidency. His constant lies seek to create a fake reality. He does most things by executive order, which might sound important, but have limited real effect on laws and policies. He makes claims about accomplishments that are just lies or have nothing to do with what he's directly done. Significantly he made a big deal about withdrawing from the Paris climate accords. However, this means nothing since 1) the US is still obligated to stay in the deal another 4 years no matter what he says, 2) the deal is non-binding and the vast majority of his complaints about the deal were nonsense. You could call him a Potemkin president, since as bad as he is, his incompetence and inexperience have kept him from the doing worse.

But this President Trump reality show cannot go on too long. In the big picture, it is too real and too destructive, too chaotic and too mind-boggling, too maddening and insulting. There are real world consequences for people's lives. We need the season finale to this crazy show soon.

Note, how much Trump distorts reality-- new limits of the law are being tested every day. He is trying to see if he can pardon himself, which surprisingly is unclear in the constitution, as is the question of whether the president can be criminally indicted.

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The Abominable, Evil Trump Presidency Continues

He is still a complete idiot and ignoramus, who can barely talk in coherent sentences. It's quite shocking for any sentient being, that this man is the "most powerful person in the world".

He is still a traitor with his inexplicable actions towards Putin, and the clear collusion of his campaign with Russia in the election.

His policies are still horrible, cruel, sick right-wing policies that will not help the people who elected him. In particular, he is appallingly ignorant on how health insurance works and how bad the GOP healthcare plan is.

His "voter integrity project" is a transparent scam to suppress minority votes, and is led by the racist Kris Kobach.

He has incredibly shady ties to the Russian mob and oligarchs, which no doubt tie into the whole collusion with Russia during the campaign.

Finally, the active denial of climate change by his administration deeply threatens the future of humans on earth.

His policies are all truly evil, he is shitting on the country.  But to be fair, Trump is a reflection of the standard Republican line on all these issues.

The GOP and their support of the greedy conservative oligarchy is the major political problem the US faces, and is a major threat to the planet.
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The Hijacked Presidency

This piece by Charles Blow is a couple weeks old but just a great summary of our current situation as long as Trump is president:
Every now and then we are going to have to do this: Step back from the daily onslaughts of insanity emanating from Donald Trump’s parasitic presidency and remind ourselves of the obscenity of it all, registering its magnitude in its full, devastating truth.
There is something insidious and corrosive about trying to evaluate the severity of every offense, trying to give each an individual grade on the scale of absurdity.
Trump himself is the offense.
Everything that springs from him, every person who supports him, every staffer who shields him, every legislator who defends him, is an offense. Every partisan who uses him — against all he or she has ever claimed to champion — to advance a political agenda and, in so doing, places party over country, is an offense.
We must remind ourselves that Trump’s very presence in the White House defiles it and the institution of the presidency. Rather than rising to the honor of the office, Trump has lowered the office with his whiny, fragile, vindictive pettiness. The presidency has been hijacked.
Last week, when Donald Trump attacked two MSNBC hosts, people were aghast. The condemnation came quickly and from all quarters. But his words shouldn’t have shocked. His tweet was just another pebble on a mountain of vulgarities.
This act of coarseness was in fact an act of continuity. Trump was being Trump: the grossest of the gross, a profanity against propriety. This latest episode is simply part of a body of work demonstrating the man’s utter contempt for decency.
We all know what it will add up to: nothing. Republicans have bound themselves up with Trump. His fate is their fate. They have surrendered any moral authority to which they once laid claim — rightly or not. If Trump goes down, they all do.
It’s all quite odd, this moral impotence, this cowering before the belligerent, would-be king. A madman and his legislative minions are holding America hostage.
There are no new words to express it; there is no new and novel way to catalog it. It is what it is and has been from day one: The most extraordinary and profound electoral mistake America has made in our lifetimes and possibly ever.
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