Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Homo Sapiens Is Not A Learning Animal

The current period is nearly a perfect mirror with modern trappings of the turmoil right before World War II.

Remember, the weapons were essentially stone age in World War II. Tanks and artillery.

The Third World War is going to be many exponential magnitudes of order greater in civilian casualties. It is likely they will be the primary targets where formerly the second World War was fought "over there" by the military for the 'Stain.

Mankind never learns anything from history. Whenever you think they have learned, you yourself have failed to learn from history. Learning that humans don't learn is one of the most important lessons you can learn.


Anonymous said...

I don't think anyone is gearing up for a 3rd world war. As revealed by a "hot microphone", Obama is promising "flexibility" in relation to the missile defense system to Medvedev, after Obama gets re-elected. China is looking to limit their own growth to contain rapidly-rising house prices. Hardly the actions of nations gearing up for war.

Anonymous said...

Of course we don't learn. That's why we have spread all over the planet and are at the top of the food chain and have technology that makes life easier.

What have you learned, Tex? You're digging a hole in the ground and burying boxes of cereal. Wow. I bow down to your superior intellect.

Anonymous said...

Sapiens collapse: People falling apart and going batshit inshane over completely fabricated, undefined, imaginary threats that their overlords brainwashed them are for real:

"The unidentified pilot seemed disoriented, jittery and constantly sipped water when he first marched through the cabin, then began to rant about threats linked to Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan after crew members tried to calm him down in the back, passengers said."

“They’re going to take us down. They’re taking us down. They’re going to take us down. Say the Lord’s prayer. Say the Lord’s prayer,” the captain screamed, according to passenger Tony Antolino."

Anonymous said...

"I don't think anyone is gearing up for a 3rd world war."


Texas Arcane said...

1. Homo Sapiens can't learn
2. See one above if you are Homo Sapiens

As I said, you don't learn. You know what else has spread all over the planet? Jock itch. Jock itch lives off your dead skin cells, so technically it is at the top of the food chain.

Top of the food chain. Why do you bother posting stuff this naf?

Anonymous said...

Tex, I'm worried that you've formed your entire personal ethos about being a Neanderthal Super Human based on an "infotainment" piece of fun from the HuffPo Living section. The guy ends his article with a call to direct traffic to his paid membership-only website.

Also, despite his peddling of his theory to people who feel different, his article claims that Neos couldn't do anything on their own either. So you've appeared to have picked and chosen what you liked, based on an opinion piece written for entertainment / attracting revenue and are peddling this yourself as an inarguable truth.

Anonymous said...

War...war never changes

Anonymous said...

Insurance: Speading the risk by using the resources of another party.
Survivalism: Insurance such that the counterparty risk is to the greatest possible extent eliminated.
A superior intellect would realise that there are some risks that cannot be insured against.


Texas Arcane said...

3:39 AM

First mistake, as always - underestimating my native intelligence. I get that a lot, believe me.

I figure in 2011 alone I read over 1400+ peer reviewed monographs in anthropology. You think I get my information from some link I put up here to illustrate my point?

You're a moron. The argument has moved so far beyond your tiny brain there is no possibility you will ever be able to understand what is being talked about ever again. At some point in the last five years, you need an IQ of at least 140 just to comprehend the conversation. You can't even join the club without at least that much going on upstairs.

That Huffington Post article is the merest tip of the iceberg compared to what is talked about behind closed doors.

You don't know what you don't know.

The origins of the genes required to think is starting to be old news at this point. There's so much you don't know about you cannot even imagine. You're not going to learn it from me. I'd need to feel I had something to prove even to volunteer that. I don't. I am not interested in debating you or anyone else.

Get informed and come back in fifty years.

Anonymous said...


I was revisiting some of the Neanderthal literature and noticed something interesting about the herbs found in the Shanidar grave site (

Althea is anti-inflammatory and an expectorant (

Achillea is a stimulant (

Ephedra altissima is a stimulant and a broncodialator (

Muscari is a stimulant.

Instead of ADHD, did the Neanderthals get hay fever? Hay fever from their dairy herding activities maybe?

-Melonhead Anon 6:51

Anonymous said...

I'm reminded of these old Chinese proverbs, which sound like nice things to say to someone, but are actually curses:

"May you get what you wish for"

"May you live in interesting times"

Israel's #1 shabbat goy, the United States was destroyed demographically by multiculturalism. The Zog bux are not buying as much as they used to.

The disease of liberalism is completely unsustainable.

So I say give the liberals everything that they want. By voting for the Kenyan, you are voting for the collapse of the Great Satan.

Die Amerikwa, die.

Solsys said...

Anonymous 3:39 AM

Mankind was always full of certitudes and remained static. Most of the time mankind even ignores contrary evidence, because it doesn't want the trouble of resting on false assumptions. It evens suppresses the messenger (routinely, as can be evidenced in any corporation).

That is, until some guys that kept on thinking strange things came up with another view on reality.

I don't care if Tex is right or not about the Super Neanderthal, but I surely am interested in the thinking process involved. The "dairy farmer" hypothesis of late for instance is very interesting stuff as such.

You, on the other hand, seem to have nothing new or interesting to contribute.

Anonymous said...

Russia eyes development of futuristic weapons based on "new physics principles":

Anonymous said...

You read ~4 peer-reviewed monographs per day by scienmatists for a year and believed them? I'm disappointed in you Tex. If there's one thing I learnt from this blog, it's that peer-reviewed science is all lies, funded by the elites.

Texas Arcane said...

I think that stimulants like caffeine are Neanderthal kryptonite. I read the same monograph and immediately thought of how coffee and coca-cola has nearly killed me at times.

A polyphasic sleeper who always has something else he wants to do would initially think he had hit the motherload when he chewed ephedra leaves or drank some caffeine tea. It would be a devil's bargain, the first few weeks working like crazy with hardly any proper sleep. Then you'd need more to stay awake and more, until finally your polyphasic sleep cycle would be hopelessly screwed up.

I would be willing to bet that the meth scourge sweeping America has something to do with the high incidence of Neanderthal genes in the European population there.

I reckon that stimulants were a Neanderthal achilles heel and they could easily become addicted to such herbs. Look at the Western world's preoccupation with coffee in the morning.

Texas Arcane said...

1:41 AM

I always discard the conclusions when I read them. I just want to know the facts of what was found and where, be it in an excavation or on the human genome. I generally draw my own conclusions and ignore the academic.

You see stuff like "because they were night hunters" and "their primitive brains couldn't make decent tools clearly so instead they coated them with a super carbon compound as hard as steel" and then there's always "they used these pigments because they were close at hand" and "they apparently painted fantasy horses who looked like domesticated breeds because as we all know horses weren't domesticated until 5000 years ago" etc. etc. etc. disregard all as rubbish.

Anonymous said...

Not to mention white people and cocaine.

Anonymous said...

US to further increase military presence in Australia - China watching.

Anonymous said...

Everyone who is really informed knows ITZ coming, and prepare accordingly:

Anonymous said...

March 28, 2012 6:27 PM

"I reckon that stimulants were a Neanderthal achilles heel and they could easily become addicted to such herbs. Look at the Western world's preoccupation with coffee in the morning."

I didn't take up drinking coffee or tea, because I knew it was expected I take it up, to be part of the "group/herd". I had the same attitude regarding social drinking.

Now I look at people that drink stimulants, to try and stay awake during the day and wonder why, if they are so damned tired, they don't just go to bed a little earlier. Saps are odd.

Texas Arcane said...

I've been cold turkey for a month now. About twelve years ago I quit Diet Coke and then got hooked on coffee for the next ten years. It's a weakness with me and it makes me weaker the longer I do it. I plan to never touch the stuff again. Coffee was killing me. I've never used any drugs in my life, I figure coffee was just as bad as any of that crap.

Anonymous said...

Anon March 27, 2012 6:48 PM

You're a clueless moron.

The intentional leak sought to dupe the public that El Presidente Barry Soetoro and the US administration have good intentions regarding the Missile Defense and Russia. Nothing could be further from the truth. They see that their long-drawn plan for destabilization and "reform" in the middle east (all part of the "Clash of Civilizations" agenda in replacing semi-secular stable regimes with Islamist fundamentalists) is about to be collapse in Syria as long as Russia backs Assad. You're stupid to think that these kind of people will simply fall back and let it go. They would rather start a nuclear war and end all life on earth than not having their way with things. The only way to overcome this obstacle is by launching a first strike against Russia, and as long as the US is run by these neocon/globalist psychopaths it is inevitable that it will come to this eventually. However, if they think that by asking for more "space" - just as they can convince gullible idiots such as you - they can do the same with the Russian administration and trick them into lowering their defenses so that they can launch a first strike, then they are really, really stupid. Won't these people ever learn that trying to fool a state apparatus run by former KGB agents who run circles around their tiny brains will never work?

Anonymous said...

Must see: WWIII - Strategic Destabilization in the Middle East