My wife and I were both born in Australia, as were two children and four grandchildren. Our parents were born in Australia as were all of their parents. And some ancestors go back much further in this land. I feel rage every time I have to sit through another patronising “welcome to country” charade, designed to make me feel an intruder in my own land. Indigenous history on this continent is the same as our family story – it just goes back a bit further. The first aboriginals probably walked here over a land bridge and Europeans came later in sailing clippers. All caused displacement of prior inhabitants. They brought dingos which are now “protected” – we brought cattle, sheep, horses and ploughs which are increasingly condemned. They mined ochre, quartzite and basalt, which are now heritage sites – but our coal mines are widely condemned. They brought spears and boomerangs – we brought guns and swords. Racial referenda, indigenous “Welcomes”, talk of Treaties and special land rights for some Australians just create and maintain division. How long before we are one people with the same rights and responsibilities? Two centuries is surely time enough?
We heard about mirror worlds in the movie Dr Strange (2016), but now physicists are trying to interact with such worlds. Do they have any consent from the rest of the world for conducting experiments that could destroy the universe, or create unexpected hazards? Of course not, but it will be done anyway, because … just science. And, if females are involved, any possible criticism becomes impossible … just women in STEM.
“At Oak Ridge National Laboratory in eastern Tennessee, physicist Leah Broussard is trying to open a portal to a parallel universe. She calls it an “oscillation” that would lead her to “mirror matter,” but the idea is fundamentally the same. In a series of experiments she plans to run at Oak Ridge this summer, Broussard will send a beam of subatomic particles down a 50-foot tunnel, past a powerful magnet and into an impenetrable wall. If the setup is just right — and if the universe cooperates — some of those particles will transform into mirror-image versions of themselves, allowing them to tunnel right through the wall. And if that happens, Broussard will have uncovered the first evidence of a mirror world right alongside our own. “It’s pretty wacky,” Broussard says of her mind-bending exploration. The mirror world, assuming it exists, would have its own laws of mirror-physics and its own mirror-history. You wouldn’t find a mirror version of yourself there (and no evil Spock with a goatee — sorry "Star Trek" fans). But current theory allows that you might find mirror atoms and mirror rocks, maybe even mirror planets and stars. Collectively, they could form an entire shadow world, just as real as our own but almost completely cut off from us. Broussard says her initial search for the mirror world won’t be especially difficult. “This is a pretty straightforward experiment that we cobbled together with parts we found lying around, using equipment and resources we already had available at Oak Ridge,” she says. But if she unequivocally detects even a single mirror particle, it would prove that the visible universe is only half of what is out there — and that the known laws of physics are only half of a much broader set of rules. “If you discover something new like that, the game totally changes,” Broussard says.
It is possible; God threw rocks in the Old Testament (Joshua 10:11), so who am I to judge, for He must have had a good reason for doing so, as well as stopping the Earth, or was the sun, in its tracks? A whole lot of rocks from space are on the way, and who knows what will hit, and where the hot rocks will land?
Individualism is a great and noble philosophy, but as seen with American libertarianism, it can go too far, like any doctrine pushed to the limits. Of course, the collectivism of socialism and communism goes too far in the opposite direction. Yet, anyone with knowledge of anthropology and human prehistory would understand that individualism arose as a philosophy along with the emergence of capitalism. Liberal ideas would have puzzled the ancient Greeks, who, no doubt contributed the best examples of individualism as well, paradoxically.
Still, in an age where other ethnic groups have group identity, almost to the extent of a “hive mind,” Anglo Saxons, and Northern Europeans (Nordics/ Nordish peoples) are a tribal group that will disappear unless they immediately begin stop falsely seeing themselves as “universal,” and assert group rights and identity. Sorry, but the deracination and dispossession has got to the level that these once majorities are soon to be demographically replaced:
“The Malcolm Turnbull Murray Darling Basin plan has failed and must be abolished.
“We need to change the way we manage what is our most abundant renewable resource, and the only obstacle to this is politics.
I am not a climate change denier. In fact, I am a radical climate change actionist! How so, Mr Crazy Person Reed? Well, I do not believe in global warming. I have always felt that a new ice age is approaching, or at least a period of great cold. As I type this on a freezing Melbournian day, my arthritis tells me that this is so, and that is more proof than most fanatics opposing me have. Also, the prostate … but we will not go there … it’s just too sad … imagine a rusty tap …
“Let me warn you right up front – the information in this article might freak you out. If what some experts are telling us is true, a global food crisis appears to be inevitable. Even during good years, we have a really difficult time feeding everyone on the planet, and now a major climate shift appears to be happening. Our sun has become exceedingly quiet, and many experts believe that this is a sign that a solar minimum is now upon us. Of course, we have seen solar minimums happen quite regularly in the past, and if this is just a normal solar minimum then conditions should begin to return to normal after a couple of years. Unfortunately, evidence continues to mount that we have entered what is known as a “grand solar minimum”. In fact, Professor Valentina Zharkova says that what we are facing is a “super grand solar minimum”, and if that is true we are going to be facing climate chaos like we have never seen before. During previous “grand solar minimums” the globe was gripped by devastating famines and vast numbers of people died. Could a similar scenario potentially be in our future? Ice Age Farmer has compiled a “Grand Solar Minimum Crop Loss Map” which you can view right here, and I appreciate our friends at ANP for pointing it out to us. Ice Age Farmer’s map shows that there are literally dozens of locations all over the globe right now that are reporting significant crop losses, and this is really unlike anything we have ever seen before. Some parts of our planet are dealing with horrific drought, but in the middle of the United States it just won’t stop raining. In some areas of the world it is too cold, while others are experiencing record heat. Everywhere we look we see extremes, and the behavior of our sun is the primary reason this is happening.
I just helping out for the day, the only time I have been let out of the institution where they keep me. Not to worry, the likes of me are soon to go the way of the dinosaurs, because of the grand plan to eliminate most of he human race, who have become useless eaters and polluters of the planet. Sacred IT will now allow the super-elites to live without their population of slaves, using robots, so the answer to the end of work scenario is that it will be the end of most of us, probably killed off by some genetically engineered zombie virus. Why else make movies about this if it has not got some grain of truth? Anyway, here is Mike Adams’ take on this, extra-terrestrials included, fantastic, classical conspiracy stuff:
“Based on the urgency of the revelations that are now undeniable, I’ve decided to go public with information that shows Earth is being terraformed and prepared for a “post-human era.” At the same time, humanity is being mass-poisoned, indoctrinated and driven to cultural suicide. This is all part of the planned genocide of human beings and the occupation of planet Earth by non-human biologicals which need a colder planet, a collapse of plant life, dimmed sunlight and lower oxygen concentrations in the lower atmosphere. (These are all goals of the so-called “climate change” narrative being pushed by Earth’s globalists, who are obviously working against the interests of humanity.) This September 13th, I will be presenting a detailed collection of compelling evidence that supports this hypothesis during the “True Legends” event in Branson, Missouri. The event is organized by Steve Quayle of GenSix.com, and I will be the keynote speaker on Friday evening, starting at 7pm central time. Tickets are available to attend in person or to watch a live stream of the entire event, which continues Saturday and Sunday with other expert speakers. I am not compensated in any way for ticket sales. Get tickets at the GenSix Store page. To hear a preview of what I’ll be presenting at the event, you’ll want to listen to my interview with Dave Hodges, recorded just yesterday. Hodges is the publisher of The Commonsense Show. Here’s his report:
At first it begins with the migration into new spaces by a few, then, slowly, increasing numbers. Local insects may at first be mildly concerned, but soon it is a battle for existing food resources, which the invaders can more effectively utilise. Over time, natural selection works its magic, and the populations change, by demographic displacement:
“BRITAIN is braced for an invasion of “killer” Asian Hornets as 80 queens have already been found in the UK. The insects – which can grow up to 1.6 inches – have powerful stings which can be fatal to humans with just a single strike if the person is allergic. Record numbers of nests have been found on Jersey as there are fears they will move onto the mainland. The fight is on-going on the Channel Island and is seen as a crucial battle-ground to stop the spread. Just one of the foreign menaces can eat up to 50 bees a day and their impact on honey production could be devastating.”
To The Australian Controversy over the new classroom inclusivity guidelines published by the University of New South Wales needs to take account of several factors ("Uni puts ethnicity into study of science", 2/7). One is the need for science to be "race, region and sex-blind", since "science is culture-free by definition", but this does not mean that the claim for science that it is "universal knowledge" can be supported. There is reason to believe that the fundamental outlook and methodology of science is limited, that there are other kinds of knowledge which are accessed by faculties other than the logical mind and reason on which science relies. Wollongong University archaeologist Richard Fullagar rightly points out that there is an overlap between science and indigenous knowledge, and that indigenous beliefs are often supported by scientific research. Other indigenous knowledge is more profound than that and relates to areas of experience and human faculties beyond the purview of science. One example is the "pointing the bone" ceremony and the "singing to death" of targeted individuals hundreds of miles away. Such knowledge is worthy of study, but not under the rubric of science.
Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic
*Editors Note: The author has personally experienced the destructive power with the bone used in 'pointing the bone' ceremonies.
The standard model of cosmology, of the origin of the universe has it that it all began with all matter and energy concentrate in a singularity, some say like a mathematical point, as science geeks/gerks are the conceptual slaves of mathematics and can’t think without it, then somehow it all exploded and there was inflation and before you would know it, a universe. But, workers in quantum mechanics, which is a branched of mathematical-magic, where objects do things that wizards of old would be envious about, now seemingly can jettison the big bang. Just like that, the big bank goes Bang! Or, is it, bust?
“The universe may have existed forever, according to a new model that applies quantum correction terms to complement Einstein's theory of general relativity. The model may also account for dark matter and dark energy, resolving multiple problems at once. The widely accepted age of the universe, as estimated by general relativity, is 13.8 billion years. In the beginning, everything in existence is thought to have occupied a single infinitely dense point, or singularity. Only after this point began to expand in a "Big Bang" did the universe officially begin. Although the Big Bang singularity arises directly and unavoidably from the mathematics of general relativity, some scientists see it as problematic because the math can explain only what happened immediately after—not at or before—the singularity. "The Big Bang singularity is the most serious problem of general relativity because the laws of physics appear to break down there," Ahmed Farag Ali at Benha University and the Zewail City of Science and Technology, both in Egypt, told Phys.org. Ali and coauthor Saurya Das at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, have shown in a paper published in Physics Letters B that the Big Bang singularity can be resolved by their new model in which the universe has no beginning and no end.
Is there environmental protection for outer space? That seems like something a law student would come up with for a PhD topic, but, it is seriously considered by legal academics:
“Should regulations for environmental protection be valid beyond our solar system? Currently, extra-terrestrial forms of life are only deemed worth protecting if they can be scientifically investigated. But what about the numerous, presumably lifeless planets whose oxygen atmospheres open up the possibility of their settlement by terrestrial life forms? Theoretical physicist Claudius Gros from Goethe University has taken a closer look at this issue. On earth, environmental protection has the primary goal of ensuring the availability of clean water and clean air for human beings in the future. Human interests usually take also precedent when it comes to protecting more developed animals and plants. Lower life forms such as bacteria, on the other hand, are considered worthy of protection only in exceptional cases. Claudius Gros, professor for theoretical physics at Goethe University, has now investigated the degree to which the norms for the protection of planets can be derived analogously from issues that arise in environmental protection on Earth. The international COSPAR agreements on space research stipulate that space missions must ensure that any existing life – such as possibly on the Jupiter moon Europa – or traces of previous life forms – perhaps on Mars – are not polluted, so that they remain intact for scientific purposes. The protection of extra-terrestrial life as valuable in and of itself is not stipulated.
This was something people in the past would not have thought about but is a product of modern urban living - people spending time outdoors have happier lives:
“It's been established that people who spend more time in parks and other natural settings tend to report higher levels of health and happiness, but new research shows there's actually a magic number for it. According to a study published this week in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, spending 120 minutes a week strolling a tree-lined street or sitting by a lake can greatly enhance a person's overall sense of well-being. Less time didn't yield any significant benefit, the research showed. Those who got in two to three hours in nature were about 20% more likely to report high overall satisfaction with their lives than those who spent no time outdoors at all. The benefits to physical health were even greater, with those who met the outdoors benchmark being 60% more likely to report being in good health than their cooped-in counterparts. The figures were adjusted for a number of characteristics known to influence health and happiness, including socioeconomic factors, neighborhood characteristics and general demographics.
Even if the official narrative, dominated by the IPCC climate gurus was true, and please all climate change deniers, God bless you, don’t throw a fit, because in science it is possible to assume certain things even if false to see what conclusions can be deduced, it would still not follow that every variable has been considered, since these climate change gurus have an Earth-based bias, and there is the role of the principal energy-giver, the sun, to consider, in long sentences:
“While there is no dispute among scientists that the Sun and its cyclical output is the true external force driving Earth’s energy and climate system as part of a Sun-centered Universe, the IPCC’s exclusion of the Sun from its consideration can only be seen as a deliberate thwarting of a basic fundamental law of science, a process which assures a free inquiry based on reason and evidence. It is the Sun which all planets of the solar system orbit around, that has the strongest gravitational pull in the solar system, is the heaviest of all celestial bodies and its sunspots in relation to Earth’s temperatures has been known since Galileo began drawing sunspots in 1613. Yet the IPCC which touts a ‘scientific view of climate change’would have us believe the Sun is irrelevant and immaterial to the IPCC’s world view and Earth’s climate; hardly a blip on their radar. In the GW debate, CO2 is dismissed as a colorless, odorless pollutant that gets little credit as a critical component for its contribution to life on the planet as photosynthesis does not happen without co2. A constant presence in Earth’s atmosphere since the production of oxygen, all living organisms depend on co2 for its existence.
I am in such a state of mental decline due to psycho-political psychosis that I even typed my own name wrong, but I really like “Jammers,” so let it stay for today. I will even wear my baseball cap sideways, not back-to-front, starting a new trend, yeah, cool and other buzz words, like “global warming.” And speaking of buzz and fuzz, what’s new with the climate change hokum? Glad you asked:
“Alan Jones has responded after being attacked on the ABC last night. Q and A featured a stacked panel of climate change scientists who went after Alan, despite him not even being on the panel. A question was asked by a television viewer, with CSIRO scientist Professor David Karoly responding with, “Not everything Jones says is factually accurate.” Despite admitting that many of Alan’s statistics are in fact correct, Professor Karoly continued the attack. “I am a climate scientist, and Alan Jones is wrong.” Alan has defended himself, saying it was a “stacked outfit” on the program, not designed for debate but to further their agenda. He also spoke with Swedish climate scientist Dr Nils Axel-Morner who says it’s “completely nonsense” to claim sea levels are rising and carbon is bad.”
Pigs worry me, not to upset any pig farmers out there; indeed, I grew up on a Victorian piggery, and love pigs, the smell is not so bad. I have even been known to eat a meat pie with sauce while at the old-style abattoirs markets. But there are a lot of diseases that can jump from pigs to humans, especially in China. Pigs are also highly vulnerable to disease in the tight living conditions they are put in:
“We have never seen an animal disease outbreak like this before, and it is rapidly getting worse. African Swine Fever, also referred to as “pig Ebola”, has already wiped out millions upon millions of pigs and it continues to spread to even more countries. There is no vaccine and there is no cure, and so essentially we don’t have any way to stop this disease. At this point, the only solution is to kill all the pigs wherever the virus is found and desperately hope that it doesn’t spread anywhere else. But that approach clearly hasn’t been working, and according to a recent Fox News report this epidemic has now become the “biggest animal disease outbreak we’ve ever had on the planet”… “This is the biggest animal disease outbreak we’ve ever had on the planet,” Dirk Pfeiffer, a veterinary epidemiologist at City University of Hong Kong and swine fever expert, said. “It makes the foot and mouth disease and [mad cow disease] outbreaks pale in comparison to the damage that is being done. And we have no way to stop it from spreading.”
China is the epicenter for this outbreak, and it is also home to half of all the pigs in the world. Actually, to be more accurate, I should say that it used to be home to half of all the pigs in the world. In a normal year, China slaughters approximately 700 million pigs. But according to Rabobank, that number will be down 30 percent this year due to this outbreak… Researchers at Rabobank are estimating that this year China will suffer a 30% loss in pork production as a result of ASF. To put that into perspective, that 30% loss in production is equivalent to Europe’s entire annual pork supply, and almost 30% larger than U.S. annual pork production. So let’s do some quick math. 30 percent of 700 million is 210 million. Let that sink in for a moment. 210 million pigs will be lost in China alone in 2019, and when you throw in the rest of the world we are talking about cataclysmic losses already and the outbreak is still getting worse. One of the primary reasons why this virus is so fearsome is because it survives just about anywhere and it is incredibly hard to kill…
The germ is hardy, capable of remaining active in water for a month, in meat and blood at room temperature for several months and for six years in cold, dark conditions. It’s resistant to temperature extremes, and can survive a day in vinegar-strength acids. Even if we had an effective treatment, attempting to eradicate this disease would be a complete and utter nightmare. But as I stated earlier, there is no vaccine and there is no cure. All we can do is keep killing pigs. But of course global demand for pork just continues to grow as the global population increases. So with increasing demand and rapidly falling supply, it was inevitable that pork prices would begin to rise substantially…
The implications of the outbreak are already being felt beyond Asia. Global pork prices have risen by almost 40%, and long term it is likely to lead to more pork imports from Europe and America to meet demand, which will also push up global meat prices. And what we have seen so far is just the beginning. In fact, China’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs is now telling us that the price of pork is likely to rise 70 percent by the end of 2019. Of course if this disease continues to spread, we could be talking about an epidemic that could literally end the global pork industry as we know it today. Already, there is a tremendous amount of paranoia about the spread of this virus, and for good reason. In fact, the virus has been found “in Chinese pork products that were confiscated by customs officials in Japan, South Korea and Australia”…
But the virus has been in Chinese pork products that were confiscated by customs officials in Japan, South Korea and Australia, suggesting that the virus has permeated the food chain in China. And could it be possible that pork products tainted with the disease were able to slip through the inspection process in various countries? We don’t know. But what we do know is that African Swine Fever has been spreading all over Asia. It has now spread to Mongolia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, North Korea and Vietnam. In fact, it is now being projected that Vietnam will lose 10% of its pork production this year…
Rabobank is projecting that Vietnam, which in May mobilized its military in the fight against the disease, will lose 10% of its pork production. Today, pork accounts for three-quarters of all meat consumption in the nation of Vietnam. This disease is already a major national crisis in that country, and we are still in the very early stages of this outbreak. Meanwhile, this virus is starting to pop up in Europe as well. According to one report, the disease was just identified at a major pig farm in Poland…
A farm with more than 8,000 pigs in Poland has broke with African swine fever. According to the World Organization for Animal Health, the farm is located in Bielsk Podlaskie near the border with Belarus. And in Denmark, they have actually constructed a 43-mile border fence in order to keep out wild boar. It is a good thing that they are taking this threat so seriously, because African Swine Fever is incredibly deadly. Up to 90 percent of the pigs that catch the virus end up dead, and once it starts spreading on a pig farm it is inevitable that all of the survivors will have to be killed as well in order to help prevent the spread of the disease. Unfortunately, most people in the western world still don’t seem to understand the seriousness of what we are facing. Essentially, what we are dealing with is an existential threat to the entire global pork industry. And considering the fact that we really struggle to produce enough food for the entire planet in a good year, this should be a major wake up call for all of us.”
If pig Ebola does a species jump, as happens, we will have on hand an already distributed pandemic, resulting in the arrival of the long-awaited zombie apocalypse. After all, most people today are little more than slightly sophisticated pigs, or even battery chooks, living in the pens of modernity, I am sorry to say. Humanity would die like the pigs:
On a cold and miserable winter’s day, nothing beats a hot drink, a plate of bacon with eggs smeared over them, a cooked tomato sitting on the side of the pool, coy about diving intro to the gooey yellow protein joy … and a good UFO story. So, let’s go!
“After upgrading the radar systems on F/A-18 fighter jets, several Navy pilots operating from the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt began to see unidentified flying objects that appeared to defy the laws of physics.
Between 2014 and 2015, the strange objects - one of them spinning like a top as it travelled against the wind, appeared almost daily in the skies above the East Coast. The crafts had "no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes," and "could reach 30,000 feet and hypersonic speeds" according to the New York Times. To be clear, these craft were reported in March of 2018 so this is not a new report, however the accounts of five pilots who witnessed them have never been published until now. "These things would be out there all day" said Lt. Ryan Graves, an F/A-18 Super Hornet pilot who has been in the Navy for a decade. Graves reported his sightings to the Pentagon and Congress. "Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy. With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect." In late 2014, a Super Hornet pilot had a near collision with one of the objects, and an official mishap report was filed. Some of the incidents were videotaped, including one taken by a plane’s camera in early 2015 that shows an object zooming over the ocean waves as pilots question what they are watching. “Wow, what is that, man?” one exclaims. “Look at it fly!” -New York Times.”
The warmist ABC today trumpeted a forecast from an unproven academic model that global warming and urban heat will make Brisbane too hot for many residents within 30 years. But what about people in Darwin and Cooktown right now - should they migrate to Brisbane?
What happened to Australia’s once-bipartisan policies favouring decentralisation? Why is every proposal to develop an outback mine, dam, irrigation scheme or a real power station now labelled “controversial” by the ABC and opposed by the ALP/Greens? This coastal-city focus and the hostility to new outback industry (except for wind/solar toys) has surely reached its zenith with the recent state budget for Queensland. The population of coastal and metropolitan Queensland is surging with baby-boom retirees, welfare recipients, grey nomads, tourists, overseas students, migrants and winter refugees. But the outback is dying with lagging industry and many aging farmers retiring to the coast. We are creating a country with no heart. The growing urban and seaside population needs power, water and food.
However two critical power-water-food infrastructure projects that have been on the drawing boards for decades did not even rate a mention in the state budget – an expansion of coal-fired power at Kogan Creek and a water supply dam at Nathan Gorge. The current policy of all major parties is cluttering the countryside with piddling subsidised intermittent power producers like solar panels and wind turbines plus their expensive network of roads and transmission lines. This is inflating electricity prices, and future generations will see this bi-partisan energy policy as a disastrous blunder. It is also a mistake to encourage or subsidise private electricity cartels and put politicians, not engineers, in charge of power generation. The Kogan Creek power station with its adjacent coal mine was opened in 2007. It is connected to the National Grid and integrated with local gas-fired and solar supplies. It was always planned to add another generating unit at Kogan Creek, but twelve long years have passed with no action.