2022·05·07 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

SPECIAL SECTION: Message For Our “Friends” In The Middle Kingdom

I normally save this for near the end, but…basically…up your shit-kicking barbarian asses. Yes, barbarian! It took a bunch of sailors in Western Asia to invent a real alphabet instead of badly drawn cartoons to write with. So much for your “civilization.”

Yeah, the WORLD noticed you had to borrow the Latin alphabet to make Pinyin. Like with every other idea you had to steal from us “Foreign Devils” since you rammed your heads up your asses five centuries ago, you sure managed to bastardize it badly in the process.

Have you stopped eating bats yet? Are you shit-kickers still sleeping with farm animals?

Or maybe even just had the slightest inkling of treating lives as something you don’t just casually dispose of?

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

And here’s my response to barbarian “asshoes” like you:

OK, with that rant out of my system…

Biden Gives Us Too Much Credit

…we can move on to the next one.

Apparently Biden (or his puppeteer) has decided we’re to blame for all of the fail in the United States today.

Sorry to disappoint you Joe (or whoever), but you managed to do that all on your own; not only that, you wouldn’t let us NOT give you the chance because you insisted on cheating your way into power.

Yep, you-all are incompetent, and so proud of it you expect our applause for your sincerity. Fuck that!!

It wouldn’t be so bad, but you insist that everyone else have to share in your misery. Nope, can’t have anyone get out from under it. Somehow your grand vision only works if every single other person on earth is forced to go along. So much as ONE PERSON not going along is enough to make it all fail, apparently.

In engineering school we’re taught that a design that has seven to eight billion single points of failure…sucks.

Actually, we weren’t taught that. Because it would never have occurred to the professors to use such a ridiculous example.

Justice Must Be Done.

The prior election must be acknowledged as fraudulent, and steps must be taken to prosecute the fraudsters and restore integrity to the system.

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is hopeless otherwise. Which is not to say one must never talk about this, but rather that one must account for this in ones planning; if fixing the fraud is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

Kamala Harris has a new nickname since she finally went west from DC to El Paso Texas: Westward Hoe.

Busy Week

Between 2000 Mules and the SCOTUS leak, things have been hectic out there. The latter item is “real” to the establishment (i.e., the Left), and they’re melting down. 2000 Mules, on the other hand, isn’t “real” to them.

I’m sure you’ve noticed now that no revelation gets any sort of traction in Washington DC, traction that causes someone in authority to actually act, until it gets into the Yellow Stream Media. (And these days, only information they want to act on, gets there.) 2000 Mules will probably never do so; and if not, it won’t show up on the DC radar and nothing will come of it. The claim that the election was stolen will continue to be dismissed by anyone who has any power to do something about it.

This is not the same as them not knowing about the election being stolen. They do know. It’s just that while the YSM isn’t hollering and screaming about it, they can ignore it. And they do. The YSM still continues to act as agenda billboard, and the Left controls the YSM. So this week we deal with abortion, not the stolen election. Last week it was Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine.

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. Zeroth rule of gun safety: Don’t let the government get your guns.
5. Rule one of gun safety: The gun is always loaded.
5a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
6. Rule two of gun safety: Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
7. Rule three: Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
8. Rule the fourth: Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

Spot Prices

All prices are Kitco Ask, 3PM MT Friday (at that time the markets close for the weekend).

Last week:

Gold $1.897.70
Silver $22.84
Platinum $948.00
Palladium $2,404.00
Rhodium $18,800.00

So here it is, Friday, 3PM MT after markets closed and we see:

Gold $1,884.10
Silver $22.44
Platinum $966.00
Palladium $2,122.00
Rhodium $17,400.00

Precious metals continue their downward slide. This is partially due to manipulation, but the fact of the matter is that investors will put their money where it will make a return. With interest rates going up, they actually like dollars, because dollars earn more interest. Gold, to them, is a way to not lose money most of the time.

JWST Update

JWST instrument commissioning proceeds apace.

NASA made a blog post explaining one of the more practical aspects of the James Web Space Telescope. Where can it point?

It must perpetually present the heat shield towards the sun, or it’s toast. Literally. Well, “toast” is a relative term; getting up to room temperature would be bad for the optics and sensors.

James Web Space Telescope. Mirror in gold, sunshield in gray “below” it.

So it seems like JWST can only look at half of the sky, basically the same half someone on Earth would see at midnight, with the sun on the other side of the big heat shield we call Planet Earth. And it doesn’t rotate like we do here, which lets us see almost all of the sky between just-after-sunset and just-before-sunrise, with the thin band in between only up when the sun is up and thus washed out. So even though we can see most of the sky on any given night, JWST can only see half of the sky (albeit 24/7, there being no daytime for it), right? [Note: I am ignoring the effect–on the Earth observer–of latitude, which permanently hides part of the sky from him or her, but on the other hand allows other parts of the sky to be seen any time at night.]

Yes, and no. JWST in orbit about the sun, once a year (since it sits at Earth/Sun L2), so six months from now, it can see the other half of the sky, just like our midnight astronomer here on Earth.

But it’s a bit more restricted than that. The JWST mirror cannot be moved. It’s not on any kind of a swivel. It cannot swivel either left-right or up-down in the picture above.

To aim the telescope, the entire spacecraft has to be rotated, with gyros. In the picture above it can be rotated 360 degrees about a “vertical” axis, keeping the sunshade where it is but turning it (and the antenna) like a record on a record player. (This is the yaw direction of rotation.)

It can also tip, just a bit, up and down, “nodding” basically, this is called the pitch direction. It has about a 50 degree travel in the pitch direction, as shown in the following two diagrams.

When JWST’s sun shield is face on to the sun, that shield is getting the maximum amount of solar radiation, and thus this is called the “hot” attitude. When the telescope is pointed halfway towards being pointed directly away from the sun, the sun shield is presented to the sun at a 45 degree angle and thus collects 70.7% percent as much energy as in the “hot” attitude (i.e., the sine of 135 degrees). We don’t dare tip the spacecraft any more than that lest the actual telescope (and sensors) be exposed directly to the sun (and thereby become “toast”).

The practical effect is that the patch of sky directly opposite of the sun cannot be looked at by JWST; that part lies outside the telescope’s “field of regard.” However if you actually want to look at something there, you can wait three months and get it when that patch of sky is at a 90 degree angle to the sun because JWST has moved 90 degrees around the sun.

Over the course of one year, JWST has access to the entire sky.

Full explanation here:

The Hot and Cold of Webb – James Webb Space Telescope (nasa.gov)

As to the current commissioning activity, at least part of it is “astrometric calibration.” In other words, if we tell the telescope to point at such-and-such pitch and yaw, what does each sensor actually see? There might be a tiny bit of error from what we would expect, no instrument is exact straight from the fabrication. We’ll be able to specify an exact right ascension and declination (the analogues to longitude and latitude in the sky) and know exactly how to rotate the spacecraft to look at that point.

There’s a lot more to it than that, but I’m going to let NASA explain it:

Examining the Heart of Webb: The Final Phase of Commissioning – James Webb Space Telescope (nasa.gov)

Other Space News

Do you remember the moon rocket that was undergoing a “wet dress rehearsal”?

Well, it has gone through several of them, and the test was a success. They found problems they now know they need to correct.

Yes, I called it a success, even though the spacecraft would have likely malfunctioned if it had launched. Because that’s the purpose of testing: to find such problems. We found them. A test isn’t a failure just because it found something wrong; it’s a failure if it fails to find problems that do exist.

If you remember the attention given to something called Biosphere 2 about 25 years ago, that’s another example. Biosphere 2 was an attempt to build a large, perfectly sealed greenhouse and see if people could live in it indefinitely, growing their own food and being sustained as part of a balanced system (plants to absorb the CO2 they exhaled and generate O2 for them to breathe).

The idea is if we are ever to start living in space or on other planets, we need to know how to do this, at least long enough to “terraform” other planets (make them more earthlike and establish an earthlike biosphere on them so we can live there as if we were native to the place). A long manned space mission probably won’t be able to bring several years’ worth of food along; we’ll have to grow it…inside a tin can that had better not leak. The only resource “out there” is sunlight (and that’s the one thing that could get in and out of Biosphere 2 once the doors were sealed).

It was a test of our ability to make a closed system.

And the test “failed.” The concrete in the structure continued to absorb oxygen even after we thought it was done curing.

But it wasn’t a failure; we learned a lot from it. Sure on one level our first attempt at building a closed system “failed” because it couldn’t sustain people for two years, but no one actually expected it to work perfectly; the point of the exercise was to discover what we don’t know. And for that, it worked beautifully.

Biosphere 2 is still standing; you can take tours of it. It’s being used for botanical research because it’s the most isolated environment on earth (even with people traipsing about on tours).

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

Remember Hong Kong!!!

Whoever ends up in the cell next to his, tell him I said “Hi.”

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

China is in the White House

Since Wednesday, January 20 at Noon EST, the bought-and-paid for His Fraudulency Joseph Biden has been in the White House. It’s as good as having China in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden is Asshoe

China is in the White House, because Joe Biden is in the White House, and Joe Biden is identically equal to China. China is Asshoe. Therefore, Joe Biden is Asshoe.

But of course the much more important thing to realize:

Joe Biden Didn’t Win

乔*拜登没赢 !!!
Qiáo Bài dēng méi yíng !!!
Joe Biden didn’t win !!!

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The “K” stands for Kamala…..

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One of the best jps ive seen.


For certain meanings of the word “best”…..

Barb Meier

reminds me of NY fashion editor Lynn Yaeger’s lipstick look.


lol….I forgot about ‘ it’ !!


That’s the woman who criticized Melania’s fashion choices. Gotta be mentally ill.

Wolf Moon

The entire fashion world went mentally ill. It was a test by “them”, IMO.


That woman is nuts….”fashion…”


WOW .. NO‼️


that’s too scary. The slaughter bots are the type of thing that should never have been funded or invented but they seemed to be crowd pleasers.. It’s all shock and awe until one busts your head open.


The thing is, all the pieces are around, working at about 75% of what they’d need to for that video to happen. There are probably secret labs out there where they’ve got them 90%+ operational.

It’s never too early to start thinking about OPSEC.


When thinking about OPSEC, you don’t need to become a spymaster. You need to get some simple concepts and beat them like they owe you money.

The first is that a picture isn’t just a picture. There’s a whole bunch of info attached to it. If you send this picture to your mom and she posts it into her facebook group, there are a whole bunch of people who can see the attached info — which may include the closest cell-tower (if you took it with your phone) or GPS coordinates. If you scanned it from a physical picture you have, it may include the brand and serial number of the scanner, as well as date of scan.

Needless to say, most of the recipients of a picture don’t need to know any of this.

The second thing to realize about OPSEC is that email isn’t private. Not only are the to/from/subject/cc/bcc open (and necessarily so if you want your email delivered), but also your contents and your attachments. Unfortunately, you have to get agreement between your senders and receivers to fix this — and most of your counterparts will think you are a nut.

For quite some time now, “public-key cryptography” has been the thing. You use your computer to generate a pair of matched keys, one private and one public, then you can distribute your public key widely (there are even websites called “keyservers” to help this).

If you encrypt something with your private key, only someone with your public key (basically anyone) can read it, and know it was from you and nobody else. If someone encrypts something with your public key, they know that only you can read it — but it could be coming from anyone.

If you have a friend who has her own keypair (and you’ve already got her public key), things ratchet up nicely. If you first encrypt your message with your private key, and then with her public key, she can know that only she can read it and it can only have come from you — she merely decrypts the message with her private key and then your public key.

An email client like Thunderbird can handle all this in the background, and just let you know that the email was sent or received securely.

It should be noted that the reason schmoogle provides free email is because they get to read all of it. If you send business plans, ideas to patent, or financial data over an unencrypted link, you are allowing schmoogle to steal your IP (whether they openly do so or not).


FDA catches up to where we’ve been for a LONG time. Dumb asses, they are.


The FDA Finally Admits that COVID-19 Should Be Treated Like the Flu

Wolf Moon

LOL! The irony is that using antihistamines with it does little other than symptomatic relief, as far as treatment of the disease itself – just like we always knew for flu – but also prevents death for the tiny sliver of mortality, due to cytokine storm.

End of problem.

That was all we needed. Treat it like the flu, badly, and live.


Hope they’re happy.


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Only bc its Saturday,
did you know Dan Aykroyd was in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom?


Whatever little math I’ve learned, I’m pretty sure I learned it the hard way.