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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

CD-OS : Implementing Diagnostics For The System In The Browser

It is no good if you design an architecture for the Internet-of-Things and have to go in person to inspect every device that has a problem. One of the problems with some previous installations of my server has been that it doesn't have enough diagnostics and maintenance utilities built-in (no matter what it runs on) to allow you to remotely browse to it and find out what is going on inside it. This iteration I am putting in all of the stuff that I identified from feedback should have been in there previously ... full diagnostics of all versions of software both client and server side, the browser, environment and operating system. I still have a ways to go but I am getting there. I have gone through several methods so far and my goal has been to avoid bloat. There are platform detection libraries for Javascript that run up to 100K, I am not using those. I have figured out a way with around 40 lines of Javascript to determine the browser, OS and versions across many different devices and platforms. This is just the start, I can think of a lot of other things that should go in here like server uptime statistics, etc.

The more information you can pull out through a browser window the less you need a standalone HUD for the server when it is running. You can think of the browser as the UI for the application no matter what you want to do - edit server pages, manage files, investigate logs, do the kinds of things that remote administrators of any system should be able to do. Ideally you could put this server on a postage stamp sized computer with no display, no keyboard and no dedicated user interface other than going over the wire into it's server via it's own provided web pages. There are more and more consumer network devices that function this way and it has influenced me a lot seeing how good that can work. Security for this kind of executive function is currently turned off but I will be implementing it shortly as an OAUTH style token with an expiration date that is drawn from a user table. It was working around 2012 but I turned it off while I experimented with other functionality.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Helping Restore Diversity In Coral Reef Biospheres

The Zircon reef-in-a-box changes World War II naval carriers into decorative environments for fish to frolic and hide in.

The Russians are also researching how to change dry land into coral reefs that glow at night. Ocean tourism will be the hottest entertainment venue of the 21st century.

Meanwhile America's F-35s are just spinning around in circles trying to find magnetic north. Only two years from now they will actually have guns that fire.

They can send the magnificent bazillion dollar Zumwalt in to replace the navy, a ship that converts itself into a submarine the second it hits the water. It does not re-emerge.

I will never forget the Navy fanbois who were telling me I was crazy in 2012 predicting the Zumwalt was going to be a train wreck at sea. They told me I didn't know anything about navy technology. I was predicting the death of the naval carrier in 2004 right here on the old Vault-Co site.

The Civilization Where Everybody Is An Expert On EVERYTHING

... but that doesn't explain why the West looks like an amateur whorehouse with chimpanzees answering the phones at the front desk.

I judge the worst fate that can befall men is to not even know they don't even know what they don't know ... and what little they think they know is wrong.

Bankers love these kids because they can be loaded up with debt like beasts of burden pulling an oxcart.

"The opinion of 10,000 men is of no value if none of them know anything about the subject."
-- Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor from 121-180 A.D. and Stoic philosopher in MEDITATIONS

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Keep Winning Socialism

Big wins in Venezuela for the whole country.

Insanity is trying the same thing over and over again but expecting this time the results will be different. Also known as history.

They want to help the whole world the way they helped Venezuela. Imagine a big worldwide socialist government. You think you know what pain is now. The living would envy the dead under the New World Order. Life would be hell on earth - convenient for people who worship Lucifer.

"Treason Johnny" is what his fellow veterans call him. Enemy combatant inside the gates working for foreign interests.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Nobody Hates TED More Than I Do

Nobody.

I despise TED and all the poseurs who frequent it.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

More Amazing Looks Inside Vivos

The wealthy intend to spend their time underground in great opulence.

If you've ever read "Swan Song" by Robert McCammon you'll know exactly what I expect to happen in these large communal shelters once supplies run low.

Survival is not something you should outsource. You can't because you have to contend with the fact that the guy you are paying money to might just decide to keep your cash and take your place. It's a very reasonable concern. The stranger you task with your safety also has to survive and it may be a decision made in a setting where money isn't a priority at all anymore. They've already got your money. These places operate on advances and deposits. They've also got complete power over you because they are running the place. Guarantee you that you will surrender your arms at the door of these joints. Think that is going to end well with the staff armed to the teeth? Chances are they will be hiring the dregs of ex-military and mercenaries from the private sector as employees like Colonel Macklin in "Swan Song." That's why I think these communal shelters are deathtraps when they are designed to house a bunch of strange people with no common context who come together at the last minute when it hits the fan.

Sweden schedules major review and renovation of existing shelter system, one of the best in the developed world.

The Swedish and Swiss both employ the elevated walkways in their designs. Very cool and helps to break up the monotony of the environment with interesting shifts in levels. If I could afford it I'd like to buy some metal gangway kits and do the same in my next shelter. I see them offered secondhand at auctions all the time for factories and warehouses that have been closed down. For example to bridge over a large storage connex in the shelter and come down into a corridor at the back for maintenance or access to another area. This way if the shelter was compromised you could drop that bridge and the intruder would have to figure out how to get over on that side while you lock'n'load or retreat to an emergency tunnel. I'd like to do a Vault-Co episode on YouTube one of these days showing what you might consider if you had a shelter breach to turn it into a death gauntlet for trespassers. Isolating the intrusion with successive doors so that even if a large enough invasion force was able to get in they'd have no idea where to find you once inside. They could spend hours hunting for you while you either retreat or lock them in and pump the place full of noxious gas.

Read "Swan Song" online at this link. I bet most Vivos shelters turn into Chapter 8 around 30 days after they drop the big one. Vivos managers will realize they should have installed CD-OS and they would not have ended up in that mess. When they are trying to find a replacement part for a controller connected to a SIEMENS industrial backup generator that nobody knows who manufactured and nobody knew was important until it failed, CD-OS users will be making due with millions of commonplace scavenged components around them which are found anywhere they care to look. You pop the hood on a car, you found a replacement and two spares.

Monday, March 20, 2017

The Oracle Says Grand Minimum


Every sign is there that this ain't no Maunder Minimum coming up.

Why do I say that? Some unfounded exaggeration? Wishful thinking? Stab in the dark? Nope. It's the result of more than 25 years of reading on this subject.

Even during the Little Ice Age, observations recorded of sunspot frequency described the Sun as "barely patched." This meant that looking through pinholes that monks and astronomers could see faint mottling on the Sun here and there. If the Sun had been as smooth as a baby's bottom they would have recorded it as such. Almost no such written descriptions can be found of the Sun as perfectly unblemished. Yet this was a period of extreme cold, famine, disease, war and migration.

If the Little Ice Age was this bad with very few sunspots, what can be expected in the next 20 years of a Sun that is increasingly so smooth it looks like something out of a cartoon? See where I get my crazy sandwich panel THE END IS NIGH vibe from?

There was a transformative moment in 2002 that changed this site from TEXAS ARCANE'S SURVIVAL REPORT into the VAULT-CO we all know and love today. It's the crux where I realized that a leaked real report compiled for President Bush about a coming Grand Minimum was spun by disinformation posthumously as some sort of "climate change" fallout by the Carbonazis. It suddenly hit me that the ruling classes were planning for a new Ice Age behind closed doors even as their useful tools in public were claiming the planet was "heating up." It is like that seminal moment in 1984 when Winston Smith holds two diametrically opposite press release stories in both hands at once and realizes nothing the government ever says is true. Hey, I thought ... I better beef up that silly blog of mine a little, this is really happening.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Fasting Today For First Time In Months

It's Monday 2 pm in Australia and I have not had anything to eat yet.

Already starting to feel fantastic. Mind sharper, keener than any time in weeks. Things becoming crystal clear to me. Other than the mildly troubling impulses of hunger, everything else is already booting up after being dormant a while. Around noon I solved a programming problem I have been stuck on for a while. It just popped into my head.

I would give anything to see if I could fast for four days. I have this feeling it would work wonders for me. The last time I went four days without eating or barely eating was about 30 years ago.

By the way - KNEW IT! This is why the population is so magnesium deficient! Nobody could figure it out! That glyphosate crap is on EVERYTHING! (Update : Magnesium is critical to development of the nervous system! No wonder the kids are turning out so dumb! It's the damn food!)
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