Chem Trails and Geoengineering: Climate War By James Reed

     I knew it, I knew it, they were up to no good in the skies: 

“Remember when the mere mention of “chemtrails” in public was immediately shot down by scientific know-it-alls as a wacky “conspiracy theory” with no basis in reality? Well, chemtrails have now been given an official name – geoengineering – and even the mainstream media now openly admits that they’re real and being used to combat “climate change.” Scientists from developing countries like Bangladesh, China, India, and Thailand are actively studying how chemtrails might be used to “dim” the sun’s rays by putting a chemical layer between them and the earth.

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Open, In-Your-Face Chinese Colonisation By James Reed

     Back in the early 1990s the Australian elites were falling over themselves licking Japanese boots in the hope of the Japanese building a high tech city in Australia (ultimately in the polluted swamp lands of Gillman, Adelaide), believing that all sorts of riches would be given to them. Oh, how the academics went along for the ride on that one, hanging out of the politically correct train and screaming “racism” to critics, their puny chest’s puffed up with moral superiority. Then, the scheme all fell apart, wasting millions of dollars, and the Gillman land was sold off in a fire sale:

A big book could be written about the whole sorry mess, but it would probably be a waste of time since things have moved on. China is now fast colonising us, and is now at the level of building cities in Australia:

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The Mpemba Effect: Why Hot Water Freezes Faster than Cold! By Dr John Jensen

     I continue my series on amazing things about physics that people may not know. Take the so-called Mpemba effect for example:  

     Some folk like to put African people down, belittling their IQ, as we see in the so-called racial realist school, but it was a  poor Tanzanian form 3 school boy, Erasto Mpemba who noticed the effect, previously noted, and variously explained by historical figures such as Aristotle, Francis Bacon and Descartes, that hot water freezes faster than cold. Mpemba, posed this question during his high school education to visiting physicist Dr Denis G. Osborne: “If you take two similar containers with equal volumes of water, one at 35 °C (95 °F) and the other at 100 °C (212 °F), and put them into a freezer, the one that started at 100 °C (212 °F) freezes first. Why?”
The teacher and class mates ridiculed him, but Dr Osborne, as a good empirical scientist went and conducted some experiments and confirmed the results. He then published a paper with the lad, rather than keeping it for himself: 

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The Moon Illusion: A Mystery in Your Head? By Dr John Jensen

     This one is a real puzzler, that perplexed the ancient Greek and Chinese scientists. The moon appears to be larger in size when it is near the horizon than when it is higher in the sky. The moon does not increase its size, nor does it get closer nor is there any atmospheric effect generating this, such a refraction. One can take a photo of the full moon on one’s mobile phone when the moon is full, and see that the object which seems so large and close that one could touch it, is really the same size as before. Thus, the effect is an illusion, but what causes it?

     This puzzle has resisted explanation from scientists for over 2,500 years, and according to one frequently cited review, is still unexplained: F. Egan, “The Moon Illusion,” Philosophy of Science, vol. 65, 1998, pp. 604-623; S. Nanavati, “A History and Experimental Analysis of the Moon Illusion,” The New School Psychology Bulletin, vol. 6, 2009, pp. 15-25. The later paper gives a good historical overview of proposed solutions, but my article will focus upon modern attempts since it is generally agreed that the ancients failed to solve the problem.

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Searching for Life on Earth? By Brian Simpson

     It seems that NASA are about to spend a whole heap of money in the search for alien life:

“Now, the U.S. House of Representatives has proposed a bill that includes $10 million in NASA funding for the next two years “to search for technosignatures, such as radio transmissions, in order to meet the NASA objective to search for life’s origin, evolution, distribution, and future in the universe.” Such technosignatures would come in the form of radio waves that have the telltale features of being produced by TV- or radio-type technologies. An intelligent civilization could also produce those signals intentionally to communicate with other civilizations like ours. “If it passes, it would definitely be a sea-change in Congressional attitude since Sen. Bryan terminated NASA’s SETI program, the High Resolution Microwave Survey, in 1993,” Tarter told Live Science in an email. She added that the funding seems to be an extension of the efforts of Rep. Lamar Smith, R–Texas, to bring attention to the search for life beyond Earth when he was the chairman of the House Science Committee. (Smith, who announced that he will retire at the end of his term this year, is a known denier of human-caused climate change.)

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Bitcoins Bites too Hard, Dies By James Reed

     Mike Adams was issuing a lot of warnings about Bitcoin a few month’s ago, or was it longer? Things have gone a bit quiet on the Bitcoin doomsday front. Until now: 

“This paper has outlined various methods that are currently used in determining the current and future electricity consumption of the Bitcoin network. These methods tell us that the Bitcoin network consumes at least 2.55 GW of electricity currently, and that it could reach a consumption of 7.67 GW in the future, making it comparable with countries such as Ireland (3.1 GW) and Austria (8.2 GW). Additionally, economic models tell us that Bitcoin’s electricity consumption will gravitate toward the latter figure. A look at Bitcoin miner production estimates suggests that this figure could already be reached in 2018. With the Bitcoin network processing just 200,000 transactions per day, this means that the average electricity consumed per transaction equals at least 300 kWh, and could exceed 900 kWh per transaction by the end of 2018. The Bitcoin development community is experimenting with solutions such as the Lightning Network to improve the throughput of the network, which may alleviate the situation. For now, however, Bitcoin has a big problem, and it is growing fast.”

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Now Aliens are going to Destroy Us because of Global Warming! What! By James Reed

     This is one of those stories where you can’t trust secondary sources and “professional” (not really) journalists like me go right to the primary source to check. Yep, its true: out there in university land there are scientists who think that extraterrestrial aliens may destroy us because global warming indicates that we are a destructive species, and thus a cosmic pest: 

“It may not rank as the most compelling reason to curb greenhouse gases, but reducing our emissions might just save humanity from a pre-emptive alien attack, scientists claim. Watching from afar, extraterrestrial beings might view changes in Earth’s atmosphere as symptomatic of a civilisation growing out of control – and take drastic action to keep us from becoming a more serious threat, the researchers explain. This highly speculative scenario is one of several described by a Nasa-affiliated scientist and colleagues at Pennsylvania State University that, while considered unlikely, they say could play out were humans and alien life to make contact at some point in the future. Shawn Domagal-Goldman of Nasa’s Planetary Science Division and his colleagues compiled a list of plausible outcomes that could unfold in the aftermath of a close encounter, to help humanity “prepare for actual contact”.

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Mirror, Mirror… By James Reed

     So, if you think all of those global warming socialists are environmentally friendly, and I am thinking of you Al Gore, think again:

“Published in the April edition of the Journal of Environmental Psychology, the one-year study broke 600 participants into three groups based on their level of concern about climate change: “highly concerned,” “cautiously worried,” and “skeptical.” The study by Cornell and the University of Michigan researchers found that those “highly concerned” about climate change were less likely to engage in recycling and other eco-friendly behaviors than global-warming skeptics, according to The Washington Times. Those “highly concerned” about climate change were the most supportive of government climate policies (meaning they want others stolen from and forced at gunpoint to pay for their beliefs) but were the least likely to report their own individual-level actions.

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Let’s Talk about the Coming EMP By John Steele

     I am not aware of any interest, outside of this site about the EMP (electromagnetic pulse) issue in Australia. With the threat of a war with China fast approaching, ordinary people should be aware that EMP attacks, by exploding an atomic bomb in the atmosphere, have the capacity to knock society back to a pre-electric era, by destroying unprotected electronics, and that is a lot of the modern world: There is some discussion of this issue in the US, where, unlike Australia, the issue is being taken seriously:

“A federal EMP commission report warns that even the smallest EMP attack on our grid system would down it for about a year, if not longer.  A year-long blackout would certainly be coupled with a massive death toll that would devastate entire populations. The so-called EMP Commission report said that this threat is very real, jeopardizes “modern civilization,” and would set back living conditions to those last seen in the 1800s. As a result of the chaos, millions would likely die, according to the report titled “Assessing the Threat from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP),” from the recently re-established Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack.

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Sweden Says War is a Comin’ And They Would Know By James Reed

     I don’t normally report on Sweden because it just sets off my already sky high blood pressure, but, I notice that this nation of cucks and sissies is preparing for war:

“The government of Sweden has produced a 20-page pamphlet which they’ll be sending to each of the 4.8 million households in the country urging them to get prepared for…WAR. Although they haven’t been at war for over 200 years, for some reason, right now, they want their citizens to get prepped – and fast. This goes along with an article I wrote in January of 2018 when the government urged their people to be ready to cope “without help” for at least a week. Shortly before Christmas, the Swedish government quietly published a paper called “Resilience.” Initially, the requirement had been for people to be prepared for 3 days without help, but it seems like that was a baby step.

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Are Atheists Genetic Mutants? By Brian Simpson

     Not just atheists, but related insect species such as liberals, have been the subject of my late night  deep mediations with a bottle of wine, regarding the hypothesis that such beings are genetic mutations, and deleterious ones at that. Until now, I have not revealed my deep, dark thoughts. But, then there is this paper: “The Mutant Says in His Heart, “There Is No God”: The Rejection of Collective Religiosity Centred Around the Worship of Moral Gods Is Associated with High Mutational Load,” Evolutionary Psychological Science, December, 2017, at

“Industrialisation leads to relaxed selection and thus the accumulation of fitness-damaging genetic mutations. We argue that religion is a selected trait that would be highly sensitive to mutational load. We further argue that a specific form of religiousness was selected for in complex societies up until industrialisation based around the collective worship of moral gods. With the relaxation of selection, we predict the degeneration of this form of religion and diverse deviations from it. These deviations, however, would correlate with the same indicators because they would all be underpinned by mutational load. We test this hypothesis using two very different deviations: atheism and paranormal belief. We examine associations between these deviations and four indicators of mutational load: (1) poor general health, (2) autism, (3) fluctuating asymmetry, and (4) left-handedness. A systematic literature review combined with primary research on handedness demonstrates that atheism and/or paranormal belief is associated with all of these indicators of high mutational load.”

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How to Foster Famine - By Viv Forbes

     Famine has haunted humans for most of their history. In the days of the Pharaohs, whenever the Nile River failed to flood, Egypt starved. Joseph was called in and he organised stockpiling of grain for famine relief. Even mighty Rome suffered famines – in 436 BC thousands of starving people threw themselves into the Tiber. The cold Middle Ages in Europe were haunted by famines. In the 11th and 12th century, famines averaged one in 14 years. Even in England there were 22 recorded famines in the 13th century. In 1235, 20,000 people died in London and people ate horse flesh, bark and grass. There were great famines in India, Bengal, France, China and Russia.

     In more recent times, man-made famines were more common in the Comrade Societies – some wit once remarked that “Soviet agriculture has just suffered its 23rd consecutive year of unseasonal weather”. Some famines were deliberate policy such as Stalin’s liquidation of the Kulaks in 1918 and his starvation of Ukraine in the 1932-33, while other dictators like Mao in China and Pol Pot in Cambodia caused famine with destructive collectivist farm policies. Famines eased in Europe and North America from about 1860, partly because crops improved with warmer weather and also because of the great increases in land opened up in the Americas for farming and grazing.

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Will America be Destroyed by a Mega-Tsunami of Biblical Proportions? By Brian Simpson

     I am the science guy of sorts at this site, so I don’t go into apocalyptic collapse or religious end times scenarios, unless the evidence suggests it. But, with all those volcanoes across the world suddenly going off their “noodle,” it makes one stop and ponder, hmmm… volcanic apocalypse … maybe. Guatemala’s “volcano of fire’ has obliterated entire towns, and it make one wonder what would happen if one of these geological pus boils decided to pop up in, or near a major Western  city:

     Then there are thoughts that that Yellowstone may be getting ready to blow, which will devastate America like nothing ever seen:

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From the X-Files: Incredible, Unbelievable, Swimming UFOs By Peter Ewer

     I do not believe that UFOs represent visitation of aliens from other planets. First, the West has more than enough aliens to deal with, trillions too many. Second, why would any creature with more than two neurons to rub together want to visit Earth anyway? Surely, there is no intelligent life on this planet, given human behaviour?

“An in-depth government report “prepared by and for the military” and obtained by a Nevada newsroom, details a 2004 incident involving an alleged “UFO” sighting recorded by the US military off California’s coast 14 years ago. Dubbed the “Tic Tac” incident, the unidentified flying object “rendezvouses” with a huge underwater object. So named for the white, fast-moving, mint-shaped object that was involved, the video’s release made waves last year when it was first revealed by the New York Times. Over the course of two weeks in 2004, a 13.7-meter-long (45-foot-long) Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV) defined as “aerodynamic” with “no visible means to generate lift” was detected by US naval ships in short glimpses.

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Save the Crabbies, Not the Economy! A Lament from the Resident Job By Peter West

     At this advanced state of the decay game, we should not be surprised to see projects that give people jobs sacrificed at the altar of the environment:

“The community of Christmas Island could face an economic collapse after a proposal to expand the island’s phosphate mine was knocked back over fears of the impact to the island’s wildlife, including its world-famous red crabs. Phosphate Resources Limited has been mining on the Indian Ocean Territory for more than 100 years, but claims it needs to clear more crown land to access new deposits in order for the operations to remain viable. Under the expansion, the company wanted to clear an additional 6.83 hectares of land to undertake exploration drilling to determine the extent of more phosphate resources, in what has been described as a pristine area of the island.”

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Only in Kalifornication By Chris Knight

     How absurd does it get? In California it is now illegal to have a shower and do laundry on the same day! This is to conserve water, even in times where there is no water  shortage, “just to be sure”:

“Senate Bill 606 establishes a “governing body” to oversee all water suppliers, both private and public and will require extensive paperwork from those utility companies. Assembly Bill 1668 is where it gets personal.  This establishes limits on indoor water usage for every person in California and the amount allowed will decrease even further over the next 12 years. The bill, until January 1, 2025, would establish 55 gallons per capita daily as the standard for indoor residential water use, beginning January 1, 2025, would establish the greater of 52.5 gallons per capita daily or a standard recommended by the department and the board as the standard for indoor residential water use, and beginning January 1, 2030, would establish the greater of 50 gallons per capita daily or a standard recommended by the department and the board as the standard for indoor residential water use. The bill would impose civil liability for a violation of an order or regulation issued pursuant to these provisions, as specified. If you’re wondering how the government would know how much water your family is using, the utility providers will be obligated to rat you out of face massive fines. And they’re encouraged to spy in all sorts of creative ways. They “shall use satellite imagery, site visits, or other best available technology to develop an accurate estimate of landscaped areas.”

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Bees Die; Then Us By Brian Simpson

     Colony collapse disorder, which is threatening bee populations across the globe, continues to be an unsolved problem, but a problem that will ring in an era of hunger, if not starvation, if bee populations continue to crash. Around one third of all humanity’s food, and 80 percent of crops are pollinated by bees, so the best case scenario would be economic collapse:

     While many internet sites like to take a quick fix approach to this problem, putting the blame on neonicotinoid chemicals alone, a search of the scientific literature reveals that there are probably a whole range of insecticides, and maybe herbicides, and perhaps industrial pollution, which are impacting upon the honey bee:

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Cutting Off the Head of the Snake By Tom North

     Is there a metaphor buried in this story, somewhere, anywhere? A man kills a snake, cuts off its head, but then, by accident he gets bitten by the severed head. So, how is this possible? Demonic magic? The New World Order? Globalism? White privilege? Political correctness in the land of the snakes and ladders? No. No:

“The answer has to do with the snake’s physiology. Snakes are cold-blooded creatures, meaning they get heat from external sources, such as sunlight and warm surfaces. (The scientific term for this is “ectotherm.”) Because snakes don’t need to internally maintain their body temperature, they don’t need as much energy — which is burned up using oxygen — as warm-blooded “endotherms” do, said David Penning, an assistant professor of biology at Missouri Southern State University who wasn’t involved in the Texas case. If a mammal loses its head, it will die almost immediately. But snakes and other ectotherms, which don’t need as much oxygen to fuel the brain, can probably live on for minutes or even hours, Penning said. “Severing the head isn’t going to cause immediate death in the animal,” Penning told Live Science. “It doesn’t need that much oxygen in the first place.” Granted, the snake might not have been self-aware that it no longer had a body. Rather, it likely just felt the pain from the decapitation and then tried to defend itself, Penning said.”

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Coming Soon: An AI Caused Nuclear Apocalypse By James Reed

     It is straight out of the Terminator movies, with advances in artificial intelligence destroying humanity, the ultimate hubris:

“A new study conducted by the RAND Corporation warns that advances in artificial intelligence could spark a nuclear apocalypse as soon as 2040. The researchers gathered information from experts in nuclear issues, government, AI research, AI policy, and national security. According to the paper, AI machines might not destroy the world autonomously, but artificial intelligence could encourage humans to take apocalyptic risks with military decisions. Humans will inevitably trust in AI technology to a greater extent, as advances are made in AI for detection, tracking, and targeting. The newfound data intelligence that AI provides will escalate war time tensions and encourage bold, calculated decisions. As armies trust AI to translate data, they will be more apt to take drastic measures against one another. It will be like playing chess against a computer that can predict your future moves and make decisions accordingly. Since 1945, the thought of mutually assured destruction through nuclear war has kept countries accountable to one another. With AI calculating risks more efficiently, armies will be able to attack with greater precision.

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The Enriched Pope By Peter West

     If you want to get a taste of the New World Order globalist religion, than the no hope Pope provides a one-stop shop.

    Here is the usual rhetoric of the Left; the global warming crisis, and migrants are right at the top of the list, but spiritual matters, what his day job should be, go way down the list. It is just about being a cool kid with the other globalist elites, showing that he is doing his bit to create the New Age religion of the New World Order.