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Monday, December 10, 2007

2012 : She's Gonna Blow

Repost of previous Yellowstone article.

Note that it is precisely this development - movement of an unwieldy blob of rock into the root of the caldera - that causes the catastrophic detonation of the super volcano. We're seeing geological history in the making. This is one of the most important processes driving evolution on this planet ... not asteroids or comets from outer space, but volcanic eruptions that trigger mega-extinctions down here.

Overdue by at least 40,000 years. The Solar Max that hits this planet in 2012 (see post below) should fire this cannon. A much smaller magnitude flare caused the plate movement and subsequent Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Will La Palma collapse in 2012? It's a very real possibility. We could get ten Yellowstones worldwide blowing, some of them near Australia in the Ring of Fire. Get those air filters ready for your intakes.

The whole human race has it ass-backwards and is looking in the wrong direction

I thank god every day I drank that sodium lye at 18 months old. What a blessing. Like the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, it was the most incredible thing that could ever happen to a human being. I wake up every morning and wonder if I'd be as dense as the rest of mankind if my aunt had not left that Drano in the Coca-Cola bottle. What good would my IQ be if it weren't paired with my super-Asperger's perception? Useless, likely. I'd probably be googling Paris Hilton right now in lieu of an actual brain. The lye did something to me. I wouldn't have it any other way.

Something Really, Really Bad Is Getting Ready To Happen Inside The Sun

Check out the spin in that title. The journo tries to spin this back somehow to globowarmthink.

Humans are stupid. Sometimes when I try to imagine myself in their shoes and see the world through their eyes, I figure I'm looking out of the head of something that isn't even human compared to me. "Disempower." Isn't that incorrect usage altogether? What is the sun, a civil rights movement? Who is editing this stuff before it goes to the printer?

NASA isn't kidding. They are stopping just short of apocalyptic conclusions here.

The Sun hasn't gone "quiet." It seems to have gone insubstantial. If they trust their own instruments, it is unprecedented.

Something is going to happen in 2012. It's going to rock your world.

Everything else is just incidental compared to this, including nuclear war.

Something is getting ready to happen. That's a fact. You don't have to be an astrophysicist to connect the dots here.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Primate Reasoning : It must be true if enough of the other primates say it is true

Globo-warmthink makes no sense. It's insane. There is no rational consistency to any of it. Good luck trying to get any of the druids in that nature cult of Rousseau to listen to sound arguments. I've tried - it's like arguing with an Eliza-bot. Computer simulations prove that computer simulations prove that simulations prove we are right. Forget about melted ice caps on Mars. Watch this computer simulation instead.

What Globo-Warming is really about is demonstrating the genetic obsolescence of nearly half of mankind. They've got old software. It works off of consensus. They ain't going to the moon to harvest helium 3 with those neolithic brains, trust me.

(Another hilarious rant from The Guy from Boston. Requires Broadband, much profanity)
Global Warmthink beats working for a living if you get on the gravy train

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To World War III

Reason is gone, yet the plan to place ABM sites right outside Russia's borders will continue. How odd. It's as if nothing is what we are told it is by the televitz device.

These guys must think the Russians are stupid.

Wrong answer. The Russians are not the stupid ones. A nation pushing a world war with no civil defense program for it's own civilians is the stupid one.

(Hilarious link requires broadband, warning 7 mb .wmv with a lot of cursing)
Times like these with no civil defense program? You have to be kidding.

There isn't going to be any evacuation, either ... if all the bridges fall down.

It's getting hard to even report this stuff. It's all pretty much Monty Pythonesque style biting satire. Service jobs will power our economy for more services. Yeah. That'll happen. Good luck with all that.

America is a doomed nation. It will be destroyed in the space of a single day sometime soon.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Doomsday Seed Vault Now Operational

I told you.

Pack your rice.

Itz coming.

Put those non-hybrid seeds someplace safe.

Extrapolate from the implications, think about this news a little bit. You'll know why the most important project on my plate after I finish Sparkgap is my hermetically sealed underground permaculture lab.




Originally I was planning another underground quonset connected to a bird roost below grade, but I've been thinking lately about two or three structures like this, ferrocreted with cement and buried under at least a meter or so of earth. The frame looks like it would be extremely easy to construct and very strong compared with other projects built mostly from scrap. I was thinking of building three domes using this method, the one in the middle the largest, divided into hydroponics (biggest dome), aquaponics (silver perch and freshwater lobsters/shrimp) and the remaining dome connected via a ramp up to a feedyard for chickens, rabbits and possibly a goat. I was running the plan by my significant other last night and she nixed the chickens/rabbits/goat because she was worried the smell and maintenance would be too much during peacetime. We sort of negotiated a compromise where I might put all the machinery in place for it but not actually acquire the livestock and fowl until a few weeks of international tension seemed to be building to a crescendo.

One of the reasons I started to grow keen on these domes is that they can be done in a series of incremental steps and be operational before they are fully completed. For example, as illustrated in the link, your dome can theoretically go into service as soon as you can pull a tarp over it. Pouring a concrete foundation, covering it with rebar and mesh, ferrocreting the shell piecemeal by hand ... all these things can be done kind of haphazardly in small units of work sort of the way I have been completing Sparkgap a couple of days here and there every month.

For example, by the time I get around to whistling for the bobcat to return to my property and backfill the domes with crushed rock, they could be fully set up inside and working - or at least fully stocked and outfitted with the correct hardware.

The aquaculture dome could also be set up with something truly economical like a steel swimming pool with liner, they are under a $100.00 here in Australia for a two meter wide, 1 meter deep pool that could hold an awful lot of fish. Fingerlings, lobsters and shrimp could be in tanks surrounding the central pool in glazed bathtubs. The circular shape of the dome interior would be much better suited to an aquaculture pool than an oblong quonset like Sparkgap.

I will probably begin by building one dome and seeing what is involved. If it works out then I can go ahead and build the entire Permaculture Lab as three connected domes. I'm not sure what the budget will be on the job but I'll bet it would be less than Sparkgap if I can scrap up a big mess of hollow steel bars for the frame and a lot of rebar mesh. Likely less labor intensive as well.

Turns Out That The Only Honest Man in The Room Was In Iran

Iran was telling the truth.

Everybody else was lying.

'Nuff said.

Vault-Co Prediction Confirmed : North Korea Will NOT Disarm

Toldya.

If they were smart enough to develop the nukes, they're not stupid enough to surrender them.

The United States has proven with it's actions that it believes might makes right and that it is incapable of respecting anybody who cannot hurt them back. Ask the civilians of Iraq if it's a good idea to be on the weak side of Amerikwa. It's not. It's a death sentence.

North Korea will never disarm, unless you count using their nukes on San Francisco in WW3 to be a kind of disarmament.

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Advanced Nuclear & Bio Weapons ... 1949?!?

I'm going to stop telling people they are living fifty years in the past with their delusional notions of a 14 day stay following nuclear war.

Fifty years ago, that notion was just as fantastic as it is today.

Believing that nuclear wars will not be deliberately dirty is kind of like imagining the League of Nations was going to be able to enforce their ban on warfare.

Nuclear weapons don't really start to deliver a punch until they're salted with dirty ingredients like cobalt. You might as well use conventional munitions if all you were interested in was a big explosion. Who will be able to resist tossing in the dirty stuff when World War III begins? Nobody. MAD is dead. It doesn't apply anymore.

Did Thomas Jefferson Have Precognition?

"The spirit of the times may alter, will alter. Our rulers will become corrupt, our people careless. A single zealot may commence persecutor, and better men be his victims. It can never be too often repeated that the time for fixing every essential right on a legal basis is while our rulers are honest and ourselves united. From the conclusion of [their] war [for independence, a nation begins] going down hill. It will not then be necessary to resort every moment to the people for support. They will be forgotten, therefore, and their rights disregarded. They will forget themselves but in the sole faculty of making money, and will never think of uniting to effect a due respect for their rights. The shackles, therefore, which shall not be knocked off at the conclusion of [that] war will remain on [them] long, will be made heavier and heavier, till [their] rights shall revive or expire in a convulsion."
--Thomas Jefferson: Notes on Virginia Q.XVII, 1782.
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