Friday, December 23, 2016

Liberal Krapocalypse

Now they worry.

Do you know what I think?

I think they know that with their own quislings out of power and the soft kill options limited under a Trump Presidency ... the hard kill strikes are far, far more likely. Either way, the New World Order is not just packing up their tents after two centuries and going home good losers. Will never happen.

Despite a record drop in prepping orders worldwide after reaching a peak under Obama, Vault-Co is telling you the exact opposite of everybody else as usual ... there is no time better than the present to get ready. Trump has purchased time and forward planning is now a luxury that even the poorest man can afford. There is no better opportunity to pack your rice.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Recruiting Megateam For CD-OS

I've been thinking about this subject a lot while packaging up source for my private Github account.

I want to release CD-OS into open source so others can fork the code but I don't want to open the main development tree to everybody.

I'd like to gather a private team on Bitbucket who know what the requirements are and will keep the project on track for survivalists.

If you are interested in helping me to develop CD-OS in the New Year privately with regular updates to my Github account, I would really like the assistance of other enthusiasts in 2017.

If you are comfortable working in ANSI C with BSD Sockets, SQLite, Lua scripting and general Javascript/JQuery web page delivery, I would like to hear from you. If you also have experience writing cross-platform code that would be excellent.

CD-OS is the result of twenty years of thinking specifically about the requirements of a civil defense shelter or survivalist retreat. Although it can handle almost anything it is not intended to drift towards general industrial use or home automation. I want to specifically keep the main development stuck into these requirements and want the people who work on it to be thinking Batcave-In-A-Box. I regularly share components with my efforts in industrial controllers but I think that CD-OS is unique in the environment it is imagined to be running in.

I will be starting this team in January of 2017 and will be doing all the advanced development on the Bitbucket account with a private team of 5 people.

If you are interested you can reply to this post and I will get in contact with you through your Google profile. Note : You Have To Add Your Email Address or Make Your Google Account Contactable. No comments will be made public on this post, all kept private.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Do We Still Count As Crazy?

Vault-Co says it for twenty years, we're lunatics out of touch with reality.

Now the Pentagon admits it out loud.

Nobody has had any idea of what we were talking about the last two decades. We're crazy. America is #1 and her military is the most advanced on Earth. People like me would have a screw loose to suggest otherwise.

This is like a game of Chess. If you are sweating and realising you are in big trouble when you are down to a Queen and a pawn, you were probably asleep for most of the game. Good chess players don't find out they got owned when somebody announces "Checkmate." That's far too late to do you any good at all.

You need think tanks that employ weirdos like me to tell you these things twenty years in advance. Twenty years afterwards is hopeless, that is much too late.

What is missing at this stage is the critical mass of engineering culture and uber-nerds who could turn this all around and come out with the kind of weaponry China is fielding every day now. What is really disturbing is how much working hardware that the Chinese are producing that looks like it came off theoretical planning boards from the United States in the late 1970's. Those engineers retired and their plans went into mothballs. It is the Chinese who are launching the carbon-hulled hypersonic doomsday drones that could probably give the Empire in STAR WARS a serious run for the money. Meanwhile in America they are still getting ready to fight Hitler in 1939. Good luck with all that. Might as well be on horseback with a ceremonial sword for WW3.

The next war is going to be over quickly. It's the aftermath that is going to be the ordeal.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Tee-Shirt Season Is Almost Here.

Pilot light went out on the Sun

Assumption based on the misapprehension that the temperatures of the Holocene are natural for Planet Earth.

They are not natural. These temperatures are. We are simply returning to average climate for Terra Firma.

God is smart. He knows it sharpens his children to keep the thermostat set a lot lower. You could call the normal climate of the planet an idiot-killer. That's what it is. The Neanderthals were brighter because they had to be. They survived a million years of these temperatures like water off a duck's back because their minds were sharp and their wits keen. All others ended up watching the spring thaw from inside of a glacier. You could not beat an Ice Age with hooey and double-talk. That stuff doesn't work when the needle drops. All those talking heads who dominate the culture now and fill that television screen would all be dead and anybody who took their advice on any subject would end up dead with them. They just don't know what they are doing. A phenomenon of the 12,000 year summer that is now closing. This is not grasshopper weather. It is time for the long winter of the ants once again.

I want you to imagine just how swiftly somebody who spoke about privilege and unfair distribution in a Neanderthal tribe would be put out onto an ice floe. They would spin on their ass as it drifted out to sea. Would take two seconds to conclude by unanimous vote they were completely loco. There are just no openings for professional opposition and career whiners in these groups of people. There is too little quantity and too much quality to make this viable as a biological strategy.

I had a conversation with my daughter about this a few nights ago. I told her the most difficult thing to understand is how people so practical had such a rich dream culture and vivid imaginations. They would need it to wind the ongoing narrative of their lives into something refreshing and continuously inspiring through times that were hard, demanding and sometimes frightening. The long hibernations and the constant need to keep the fire burning created a rich fertile ground for a very elaborate and engaging love of the fabulous that was intertwined closely with the natural world. The Neanderthals dreamed with their eyes open and still didn't miss a trick. I can remember when I first read Stan Gooch's books I wondered what in the hell he was going on about. I had to think about it for twenty years before it all began to make such good sense to me. In particular recently I have thought about the Neanderthal's deep love of twilight and the moon and how much it would have contrasted with the Cro-Magnon's Sun Monkey zombie horde. The Cro-Magnons would have had the most intense fear and hatred of the Neanderthal because they seemed so magical and so much closer to God. Whispering to animals, mimicking their calls, perhaps as Gooch suggests drawing voices out of plants and even stones that breathed life into matter- ventriloquism? Or just doing for these things what they could not express themselves? The Cro-Magnons lusted after the beautiful women and loathed the males as incredibly powerful and capable creatures compared with their own meagre list of talents that hardly exceeded spear chucking and burning villages. We know how the Cro-Magnons viewed the Neanderthal. When they elected to hunt and kill one of them, they brought at least 300 of their own people. That tells you everything. They viewed the Neanderthal as a creature with nearly supernatural powers who was invulnerable to ordinary threats.

P.S. I was listening in on an anthropology mailing list in 2002 shortly after I started Vault-Co and I remember these guys (when they thought they were speaking privately to their peers) spoke quite seriously of Stan Gooch. The main thrust of the discussion was how to gradually take credit for his ideas without actually crediting him as the author. They even spoke of the duality that he enumerated and seemed to accept it was the source of conflict not just between Cro-Magnons and Neanderthals but the conflict in the resulting race of mankind as well. They were admitting Gooch was right but saying he should not be taken seriously since many of his ideas had been described earlier by classic psychologists and they also spoke of his irrational claims about his experiences as a medium. There was not much scientific about it, they simply didn't like the man. They nevertheless pored over his notions without realizing they were plagiarizing a poor, broken has-been who had his career as a professor destroyed by people exactly like them.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Pacific Ocean Is Nearly Dead

Horrible, bleak empty waters devoid of life ...

It's not humans. Fukushima has certainly contributed. It was dying long before Fukushima.

Deep water volcanism has been acidifying the oceans for decades.

Happens this way in Revelations 16. First in the oceans and tributaries. Scientists have said all great extinction events begin with a massive collapse of the ecosystem in the ocean first.

Vault-Co was just an early adopter of the new paradigms. They are spreading very rapidly.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

The Waffle Rock : 300 Million Years Too Old To Exist

Many natural explanations offered. None of them convincing in my estimate.

Most people will listen to whatever scienmagists toss out there and take it for gospel. If the orthodoxy scoffs then they figure it is nothing worth their attention.

Interesting the Indians considered it sacred. Leftover piece of melonhead temple from some mega city? I am in agreement with the Founding Fathers that the history of North America is much deeper and more mysterious than ever imagined.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Embedded Integrated Message Stack For CD-OS With Discovery

I first added some minimal support for LAN messaging to assist in autodiscovery of other workstations with zero configuration back in 2002. It worked fairly well but only on platforms supporting the Microsoft SMB network standard. It was not what I would call a really robust, hardcore discovery and messaging system. It worked for a long time in registering URLs for other servers which I could then load resources from using JSONP. It was always sort of a hack pending a better mechanism. The slightest security on a network can block this method.

I think I did an experiment with a UDP broadcast back in 2006 which appeared to work but seemed way too lightweight for what was needed.

In 2010 I worked for a couple months integrating UPNP into Mongoose code. It worked very irregularly and was subject to all kinds of network security blocking it. I tried again to do some hacking at it in 2012 but the general security patches added to UPNP implementations by Microsoft tended to make it extremely unreliable. I decided for this reason I would not touch the code any longer and just work on the server stuff, particularly the client end. I thought if I ruminated for a while I'd come up with something better. A "little while" ended up being 4 years before I even looked at it again. It was still crap when I turned it back on in 2014. Just not the right approach.

I started to experiment with this a few months back :

I have been integrating this since October, doing most of the work during my commute. It is amazing and super compact. It has only added about 60K to the existing server. I have only touched on some of the features and they work astonishingly well. With the client end running Socket.IO (fully supported by fallbacks on IE6), any workstations participating in the CD-OS intranet populate a list box at the right side of the screen and if approved previously by the administrator now constitute links to the front ends of those servers. So you boot one CD-OS server and you can now see your generator room, your inventory pantry, your aboveground weather station, your security center with CCTV feeds. Since every CD-OS has all the functionality built-in of every other workstation, if you want you can just run every single required feature locally without surfing anywhere. A more likely scenario is a server running your shortwave communication radio (connected from that machine to a radio service), one box running your "Memex" with all your PDFs and another running all your IP security camera feeds to distribute some the work around to different decoupled devices in larger retreats and shelters. I need to do more experimenting of my own but I expect the most important feedback will come from when I get it up on Github on just how much you can run on one server without overloading it.

I am going ahead with this 0MQ code for my first Github release. All I know about it is that in the ten hours I have devoted to integrating it I have discovered it to be the best of all at real-time asynchronous discovery in cross platform code. I intend to improve a lot on this, particularly in the area of broadcast alerts for emergencies, global messaging, cron jobs and general alert handling. At present it just works and that is better than the other alternatives I have tried in the past.

Very early shot of "VAULT-OS" from around 2010 or thereabouts.

The Neanderthal Dreamer Constructs A Civilisation, The Cro-Magnon Mob Tears It Down

This is why the Glubb Limit is at 10 generations.

5 Generations for it to reach it's nadir while the majority get their boots on, 5 generations for them to march through the institutions and destroy it all.

"Civilizations" criminalise the Neanderthals who built them as soon as they get situated and the foundations are then undermined by opportunists who believe any successful crime for which they are not prosecuted is proof of one's industriousness.

Opportunists lauded as ambitious accelerate every single natural and organic process of decay and block attempts at remedy. Each man who observes no principles other than advantage is freed up to attack the sacred, which is why the loss of religious faith always puts the society on greased rails to the bottom.

The capacity to even imagine the world better than it is now is all legacy of the Neanderthal. (Read entire article to see just how desperate science is to conceal it. Incidentally, I have eavesdropped on one of the sources for this article and can tell you that in his private email discussions he openly admits it without qualification.)

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Minix 3

If you're a frequent reader of this blog you need no exposition. Listen to what the guy is saying and think about the applicability to our needs as survivalists.

ARM version is downloadable at site. I just bought an Orange PI for $10.
Also, the basic design of CD-OS is essentially inspired entirely from Tanenbaum's ideas in his original MINIX book. I was using them before they were called "Microservices" as a paradigm. A long time before because I had read this guy's book. My messages have always been asynchronous but I have variable length for convenience. (Formerly in JSON, now converted to STOMP .ini style format in middle of 2016) This is the reason my web server has been deployed to industrial sites and simply run forever without a single hitch for months and even years. My own clients have told me my embedded stuff will put me in the poorhouse because it never needs maintenance or repairs. I talked to somebody from a mining company just the week prior and he told me my networked weather station running on a solar panel in a toolshed was nearly demolished because nobody has had to go in there since 2011. They thought I was crazy when I replaced their Lithium battery with a slow discharge capacitor. Now marching for five years without a single stumble.