2022·05·21 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

The Chinese Should Think Before Wiping Us Out As Sometimes They Need Us To Solve Their Problems For Them

Okay you knuckledragging ChiComs trying to take us down…here’s a history lesson for you.

For millennia, you had to suffer from this:

Yep. Steppe Nomads. They laid waste to your country, burned, raped and pillaged (but not in that order–they’re smarter than you are) for century after century.

You know who figured out how to take them on and win? The Russians.

Not you, the Russians. And it took them less than two centuries. And Oh By The Way they were among the most backward cultures in Europe at the time.

You couldn’t invent an alphabet, you couldn’t take care of barbarians on horseback, and you think you can take this board down?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! We’re laughing at you, you knuckledragging dehumanized communists…worshipers of a mass-murderer who killed sixty million people!

I mean, you still think Communism is a good idea even after having lived through it!

By my reckoning that makes you orders of magnitude more stupid than AOC, and that takes serious effort.

His Fraudulency

Joe Biteme, properly styled His Fraudulency, continues to infest the White House, and hopium is still being dispensed even as our military appears to have joined the political establishment in knuckling under to the fraud.

One can hope that all is not as it seems.

I’d love to feast on that crow.

“No Chemicals”

A detailed analysis of the contents of His Fraudulency’s skull was performed.

Absolutely no chemicals found!

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.

Small Government?

Many times conservatives (real and fake) speak of “small government” being the goal.

This sounds good, and mostly is good, but it misses the essential point. The important thing here isn’t the size, but rather the purpose, of government. We could have a cheap, small tyranny. After all our government spends most of its revenue on payments to individuals and foreign aid, neither of which is part of the tyrannical apparatus trying to keep us locked down and censored. What parts of the government would be necessary for a tyranny? It’d be a lot smaller than what we have now. We could shrink the government and nevertheless find it more tyrannical than it is today.

No, what we want is a limited government, limited not in size, but rather in scope. Limited, that is, in what it’s allowed to do. Under current circumstances, such a government would also be much smaller, but that’s a side effect. If we were in a World War II sort of war, an existential fight against nasty dictatorships on the brink of world conquest, that would be very expensive and would require a gargantuan government, but that would be what the government should be doing. That would be a large, but still limited government, since it’d be working to protect our rights.

World War II would have been the wrong time to squawk about “small government,” but it wasn’t (and never is) a bad time to demand limited government. Today would be a better time to ask for a small government–at least the job it should be doing is small today–but it misses the essential point; we want government to not do certain things. Many of those things we don’t want it doing are expensive but many of them are quite eminently doable by a smaller government than the one we have today. Small, but still exceeding proper limits.

So be careful what you ask for. You might get it and find you asked for the wrong thing.

Political Science In Summation

It’s really just a matter of people who can’t be happy unless they control others…versus those who want to be left alone. The oldest conflict within mankind. Government is necessary, but government attracts the assholes (a highly technical term for the control freaks).

James Webb Space Telescope Update

None of the 19 boxes I showed last time have been checked, yet, but NASA has published another blog entry about what they plan to do with JWST once it is ready to do science, this time focusing on our own solar system.

Webb Nearly Set to Explore the Solar System – James Webb Space Telescope (nasa.gov)

The article makes the point that we haven’t sent a spacecraft to Uranus and Neptune since 1986 and 1989, respectively, and that was Voyager 2 (which, by the way, is still alive and kicking, and 129.9 AUs away from the Sun, the second furthest we’ve ever sent a probe [you are a mere 1 AU from the Sun]).

We’ve even managed to put orbiters around Jupiter (two of them), and Saturn (one) and even landed on a moon of Saturn, but we’ve not been back to the two ice giants. So we need to watch them from here. Hubble has taken pictures of Uranus and Neptune, and JWST will, also.

[As an aside, I still remember New Horizons’ 2015 flyby of Pluto. In my lifetime Pluto went from being a dot (marked with an arrow) among an array of other dots (which are stars) in a photograph, to being a world we had some very detailed images of, and almost all of that progression was in one week. (Hubble had gotten very blurry images in 2002-03.) Suddenly I was able to buy a six inch globe of Pluto, something flat-out (pun intended) undoable mere months earlier.

[If we can launch New Horizons, we can launch more probes to Uranus and Neptune, though they might not be orbiters. New Horizons was launched at solar escape velocity directly from Earth. (Its speed immediately after launch, relative to Earth, was over 36,000 miles per hour, a record that still stands, though other spacecraft like the Helios sun probe have gone much faster well after launch.) It didn’t need a gravity assist “slingshot” like the Voyager probes needed to get to Saturn and beyond, though we did use one off Jupiter to shorten the voyage by a few years. New Horizons was a very lightweight (884 lbs) probe compared to the Voyagers (1820 lbs), and that’s what made the difference–a lighter probe can be pushed to a higher velocity by the same rocket.]

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.)

(Paper) Spot Prices

Last week:

Gold $1,813.20
Silver $21.24
Platinum $951.00
Palladium $2,020.00
Rhodium $16,950.00

This week, 3PM Mountain Time, markets have closed for the weekend.

Gold $1,847.70
Silver $21.88
Platinum $964.00
Palladium $2,039.00
Rhodium $16,150.00

We’re seeing some recovery of gold, silver and platinum, but well below the levels that were starting to look normal before the Fed raised the rate.

Greatest Physicists and Greatest Scientists

Physics World (a British journal) did a poll back in 1999, presumably only quizzing actual physicists. They were asked to name the greatest physicists of all time. Here’s what they got:

  1. Albert Einstein
  2. Isaac Newton
  3. James Clerk Maxwell
  4. Niels Bohr
  5. Werner Heisenberg
  6. Galileo Galilei
  7. Richard Feynman
  8. Paul Dirac
  9. Erwin Schrödinger
  10. Ernest Rutherford

All of these have gotten mention here; I probably didn’t spend enough time on Heisenberg. (Or maybe I did. Can’t be sure.) I’m a little surprised to not see Michael Faraday on the list. It’s heavily tilted towards post-1894 people, which shouldn’t be too surprising; physicists’ heads are the quantum world constantly, and Einstein, Heisenberg, Dirac, Schrödinger, and Feynman had a lot to do with shaping that world, and Bohr and Rutherford investigated the atomic nucleus (which also depends on quantum concepts). That just leaves Newton, Maxwell, and Galilei (almost always referred to by his first name) as representing classical (“old”) physics.

There’s also a site named famousphysicists.org and they list twenty names:

  • Albert Einstein (for Advancing the Theory of Relativity)
  • Neils Bohr (for Contributions to quantym theory, nuclear reactions and nuclear fission
  • Stephen Hawking (for Explaining black holes and advances on the General Theory of Relativity and quantum mechanics
  • Isaac Newton (for explaining the theories of gravity and mechanics)
  • Nikola Tesla (for creating the first alternating current system)
  • Galileo Galilei (for providing a mathematical analysis of the relationship between astronomy and physics)
  • Marie Curie (for discovering radioactive nature of thorium and the discovery of polonium and radium)
  • (Lord) Kelvin (for advancement of the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics; developing absolute thermometric scale
  • Robert Hooke (for explaining Hooke’s Law of elasticity)
  • Richard Feyman (for work on path integral formulation on quantum mechanics, particle physics, theory of quantum electrodynamics, and superfluidity)
  • Michael Faraday (for discovering electromagnetic induction and for coming up with the idea for the first electrical transformer)
  • Ernest Rutherford (for supporting the theory on the existence of an atomic nucleus)
  • Marconi (for work on wireless telegraphy)
  • Max Planck (for formulation of quantum theory)
  • Allesandro Volta (for inventing the first electric battery)
  • J. J. Thomson (for showing the existence of the electron)
  • Erwin Schrodinger (for extensive advancements of quantum mechanics and the Schroedinger equation)
  • James Clerk Maxwell (for work on the theory of electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases)
  • Werner Heisenberg (for work on quantum mechanics and the uncertainty principle
  • James Chadwick (for discovery of the neutron).

The only ones I missed completely during the physics series were Hooke (and I’ve noted I shouldn’t have skipped that particular topic, especially when later stuff turned out to depend on it somewhat), Marconi. and Tesla. Though Tesla, I noted, did have a unit of measurement named after him.

Discover Magazine came up with their own list of scientists (not specifically physicists) here: The 10 Greatest Scientists of All Time | Discover Magazine (Warning, this is one of those sites that gives a very limited number of free reads to non-subscribers…sort of a demi-paywall.) Their selection criteria seem just a bit…odd.

  • Albert Einstein
  • Marie Curie
  • Isaac Newton
  • Charles Darwin
  • Nikola Tesla
  • Galileo Galilei
  • Ada Lovelace
  • Pythagoras
  • Carl Linnaeus
  • Rosalind Franklin.

I definitely haven’t mentioned all of these, many are biologists and one is a geologist, and I haven’t talked about those fields (which are more closely tied to each other than many might imagine). Charles Darwin is famous enough, clearly (though many suffer from misconceptions as to what his theory addressed–it says nothing about the origin of life) and he definitely deserves a spot in the top ten. Ada Lovelace was in fact the first programmer, but the man who designed the machine she programmed is absent. Carl Linnaeus came up with a classification scheme for living things close to what we use today and is definitely a biologist of the first rank. Pythagoras is famous for his theorem about right triangles, and Franklin was part of the DNA sequencing team, denied her rightful share of the credit. All on this list are worthy of mention, but only a few of them should be in a Top Ten Scientists list. I suspect some PC or even wokester influence in the cases of Lovelace and Franklin. If Franklin should be on this list, so should her two teammates Watson and Crick. It could be worse, though; at least no one on this list was totally useless.

Readers of Discover Magazine sent in some other suggestions, including Isaac Asimov, Richard Feynman, Robert FitzRoy, Lucretius, Katherine McCormick, John Muir, Rolf O. Peterson, and Marie Tharp. Frankly the only one of these in the absolute top drawer is Feynman, though all of the others did worthwhile things. Asimov was a very good explainer of science (more so than me!). Marie Tharp discovered the mid-ocean terrain that was an important piece of the evidence for plate tectonics (without which, geology makes no sense). FitzRoy was the captain of the HMS Beagle (the ship on which Darwin voyaged) and made contributions to meteorology; Peterson has been running a predator/prey study on Isle Royale for decades.

T5 The Kinetic Theory of Gases or Why The Earth Leaks Hydrogen

The second list above contains the name “(Lord) Kelvin” and explains that he’s famous for his work on the kinetic theory of gases. The original article says a bit more, crediting him with enunciating the first two laws of thermodynamics. Which, for review, are:

  1. If you put energy into (or take it out of) a system, the energy remaining in the system changes by that much. This is essentially the conservation of energy.
  2. In a natural thermodynamic process, the sum of all entropies of the interacting items never decreases. As it turns out, this is equivalent to saying that heat never passes from a colder body to a warmer body.

Even in your refrigerator, the heat inside the refrigerator goes into the refrigerant; it’s piped away and compressed (to warm it up), the heat leaves the hot refrigerant, which is allowed to expand and cool…and sent back into the refrigerator. Energy–work–is used to alter the temperature of the refrigerant by mechanical means so it can suck heat out of the refrigerator then dump it outside the refrigerator; that work itself creates more heat.

But what’s really behind all of this? We’ve talked about heat, we’ve established that it’s a form of energy, but why does it always flow hot to cold? And what is it, really?

The kinetic theory of gases goes all the way back to Lucretius, who suggested that all objects consisted of a large number of moving particles, but Aristotelian theory was more widely accepted. In the 1700s some scientists revived the theory, but it ran into difficulty because it required perfectly elastic collisions. I’d better explain what that means, because it’s probably counter-intuitive. When you hear “elastic” you’re probably thinking of bouncing a rubber ball, which after all, is an elastic material, but to a physicist an elastic collision is one where the bodies do not deform and do not lose their kinetic energy in any way–whereas with rubber objects some of the energy goes into compressing and bending the rubber. Billiard balls are close to elastic in this sense.

William Thomson (1824-1907) was a key figure to elaborating and getting the kinetic theory of gases accepted. He was actually a very important figure in physics, and you may recall he had things to say with regard to the (then) mystery of where the Sun (and other stars) gets its energy. He was first knighted by Queen Victoria in 1866, becoming Sir William Thomson, then eventually ennobled and made Lord Kelvin in 1892, the first scientist to be elevated to the House of Lords. And he is more commonly known as Lord Kelvin today, and so the metric unit of temperature is named the kelvin, not the thomson.

In 1847 Thomson attended a conference at which James Prescott Joule argued against the then-dominant caloric theory of heat, which stated that heat was a fluid, named “caloric,” that repelled itself and thus would tend to flow to where it wasn’t (i.e., to colder objects). Joule was having little success, but Thomson became intrigued and eventually during the mid 1850s the two collaborated, mostly by mail, with Joule doing the experimental work and Thomson suggesting new experiments and working on the theory.

And they ended up arguing convincingly for the kinetic theory of gases.

This theory models a gas as a collection of very small particles, identical particles if the gas is pure, which are spaced much further apart than the diameter of the particles. And they’re all bouncing around, smacking into each other and their surroundings, sort of like in the GIF below (ignore the different colors for now).

It’s like the world’s biggest game of billiards–perfectly elastic. And it’s in three D, and there’s no friction at all. Air resistance? This is what the air is made of, how can these spheres be encountering air resistance? In other words, the space between these little particles (atoms or molecules) of gas is a vacuum.

If you watch that GIF for a while, you’ll see that some of the particles move quickly, some move slowly, and a particle’s speed can change. Part of the loop, just for instance, shows a red particle in the lower left that is nearly stationary until it gets smacked by another particle.

Just looking at that, there’s a fair amount of kinetic energy in all these particles. But it’s more than just the particles flying all over the place and smacking each other; the particles can vibrate and rotate as well, and all of this is kinetic energy in different guises.

It turns out the temperature of the gas is directly related to the average kinetic energy of the particles.

If you have, say, about six hundred sextillion particles of gas, you have a mole of the gas, in other words, if it’s hydrogen molecules, H2 (molecular weight 2), it’s two grams of hydrogen, and so on; physicists and chemists like to work in moles because if two samples of two different things are of the same number of moles, they have the same number of molecules in them.

So if temperature is directly tied to the average kinetic energy of the particles, in other words energy per particle, then you can get to total energy by multiplying by the number of particles, and every mole has the same number of particles in it. So they like to write this law out in energy per mole.

So the kinetic energy in one mole of a gas is equal to a constant, R, times the temperature in kelvins, so Ek = 3/2 RT. And if you have n moles of the gas, it becomes Ek = 3/2 nRT.

R = 8.31446261815324 J/(K mol)

But scientists then like to divide this energy per mole, by the number of particles in a mole, to get the average kinetic energy of each molecule in the gas, and when they do that the constant becomes:

k = 1.380649×10−23 J/K

And k is known as the Boltzmann constant.

So the average kinetic energy of a molecule in a sample of gas is simply this number, times the temperature of the gas, times 3/2.

Kinetic energy in general is Ek = 1/2 mv2, i.e, one half the mass of the object, times the square of its velocity.

So we have the average kinetic energy of a molecule of the gas expressed in two different ways, one the traditional formula for kinetic energy, the other in terms of temperature. So we can set these two things equal to each other, like this:

Ek = 1/2 mv2 = 3/2kT

If you do a bit of algebra, you can get the average velocity of a molecule of gas, at some temperature–skipping past energy.

vaverage = sqrt( 3kT / m )

Notice…now that we’ve done it this way, it becomes clear that the lighter the molecule, the faster it must move at a given temperature (on average). A molecule of oxygen is sixteen times heavier than one of hydrogen; so at some temperature, the average hydrogen molecule must move four times as fast as the average oxygen molecule.

Those are averages. Can we say anything about the individual molecules? Well, there is a distribution known as Maxwell’s Distribution (named after the same James Clerk Maxwell who worked on electromagnetism; he also did work on this topic). With it you can determine, given an average kinetic energy (or velocity), what percentage of molecules are moving faster than some given velocity, or how many are moving slower. So perhaps the average molecule is moving at 100 meters per second, but you want to know what fraction of them are moving at more than 120 meters per second. The Maxwell Distribution will tell you. (It’s an ugly mess of a formula with derivatives in it…so I’ll spare you.)

This has a practical consequence, and explains something we take for granted.

You can imagine, perhaps, a temperature at which oxygen molecules (on average) travel slower than a planet’s escape velocity, so they tend to stick around, and hydrogen molecules, moving four times as fast, exceed the planet’s escape velocity and will escape the planet. Of course there are a couple of caveats. If the hydrogen is down close to the surface, it’s likely to bump into another molecule and perhaps lose its energy; it will certainly be deflected before it zooms off into outer space. So this applies to the upper reaches of the atmosphere, where the hydrogen has a straight shot to interplanetary space.

Also, the temperature doesn’t quite have to be high enough that the average velocity is over escape velocity. In fact, it can be quite a bit lower. This is an average velocity; some molecules move faster, some slower. What if the average is quite a bit lower than escape velocity, but one percent of the molecules are exceptionally fast and exceed escape velocity? Well, then over time that gas will slowly bleed away. Any hydrogen at high altitude will lose one percent of its number to outer space…and what’s left over, of course, will maintain the average and it will lose one percent to outer space. Repeat this a lot, and all the hydrogen in the upper atmosphere is gone, but then replenished by hydrogen from lower altitudes–but it bleeds away too. Eventually all of the hydrogen will be gone, even though it’s cool enough that at any given time, only one percent of the molecules are above escape velocity.

The earth is actually warm enough to bleed hydrogen like this. And in a fairly short amount of time, geologically speaking. This is why even though hydrogen is ridiculously common in our universe, much, much more common than oxygen, that we don’t have a world that consists of rock, water, and left-over hydrogen after all the oxygen forms rocks and water. That excess hydrogen, if it was ever here (it might not have ever stuck to the Earth in the first place during planetary formation), is long, long gone.

Helium is twice as heavy as hydrogen, and also very common…and it too bleeds away. When you open the valve on a cylinder of helium and it leaks out into the atmosphere, it rises, and eventually bleeds away into interplanetary space. Remember that the next time you get a party balloon. The helium in that balloon is gone forever once it leaks out. Helium is slowly generated by radioactive decay inside the earth, but once we pump out helium that has accumulated over billions of years and lose it, it’s gone. It’s the ultimate non-renewable resource…at least until we go mine it from gas giant planets, which is a ways away. This is why it’s so hard to get helium for balloons now–we’re saving it for MRI machines, where at least it’s continually recovered instead of leaked.

Even water (nine times as heavy as hydrogen) leaks from the earth, very slowly. GIve it enough time and the earth would become bone dry, as water evaporates, and some bleeds away. But something as heavy as oxygen and nitrogen has an average velocity low enough that, according to the Maxwell Distribution, virtually none of it gets fast enough to escape.

Jupiter, by contrast is colder and has a higher escape velocity, so it keeps its hydrogen. And helium. (Which is in large part why it is so massive.)

OK, I was hoping to get farther than this, and connect combinatorics and thermodynamics.

But alas, I have run out of time. It’s four minutes after 10 PM mountain, and I gotta publish this. I don’t even have time to edit for clarity (more than I have as I wrote it).

Hope it made some sense.

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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Regarding —

I probably didn’t spend enough time on Heisenberg. (Or maybe I did. Can’t be sure.)

Do you know where he is?


That’s classified.


Ty for all your effort into these Saturday posts Steve!


Pythagoras is also famous for the fundamentals of tone and harmonics.


The funny thing is, all that mucking around with weights and strings and shims to make them longer or shorter to produce longer or shorter wavelengths in harmonic proportion……eventually met up with his triangles and squares…..to provide all the underpinnings of trigonometry.

My dad tried to teach me trig in fourth grade, and I fought it bitterly…..but then I met Pythagoras in Descartes-land and thought it was almost too obvious to teach.


Of course.


Now that there is doggone funny I don’t care who you are.


[rim shot]


[loud groan; cheap seats]


Since I don’t deal with physicists and scientists in everyday life and rather take for granted their accomplishments, seeing those lists rouses a sense of awe at their contributions to humanity and each of our lives.

Richard Feynman probably came to the attention of non-scientists when he discovered what caused the space shuttle Challenger disaster.

To find out what happened to the shuttle, he went straight to the people who put the shuttle together. He learned many things from these people that would help him to discover the cause of the explosion; and also information that helped him realize what a risky business flying a shuttle really is. NASA officials said that the chance of failure of the shuttle was about 1 in 100,000; Feynman found that this number was actually closer to 1 in 100. He also learned that rubber used to seal the solid rocket booster joints using O-rings, failed to expand when the temperature was at or below 32 degrees F (0 degrees C). The temperature at the time of the Challenger liftoff was 32 degrees F.

Feynman now believed that he had the solution, but to test it, he dropped a piece of the O-ring material, squeezed with a C-clamp to simulate the actual conditions of the shuttle, into a glass of ice water. Ice, of course, is 32 degrees F. At this point one needs to understand exactly what role the O-rings play in the solid rocket booster (SRB) joints. When the material in the SRB start to heat up, it expands and pushes against the sides of the SRB. If there is an opening in a joint in the SRB, the gas tries to escape through that opening (think of it like water in a tea kettle escaping through the spout.) This leak in the Challenger’s SRB was easily visible as a small flicker in a launch photo. This flicker turned into a flame and began heating the fuel tank, which then ruptured. When this happened, the fuel tank released liquid hydrogen into the atmosphere where it exploded.

As Feynman explained, because the O-rings cannot expand in 32 degree weather, the gas finds gaps in the joints, which led to the explosion of the booster and then the shuttle itself.


During a televised hearing on February 11, Feynman demonstrated the loss of rubber’s elasticity in cold temperatures using a glass of cold water and a piece of rubber, for which he received media attention. Feynman, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, advocated for harsher criticism towards NASA in the report and repeatedly disagreed with Rogers. He threatened to remove his name from the report unless it included his personal observations on the reliability of the Space Shuttle, which appeared as Appendix F.[50][51] In the appendix, he lauded the engineering and software accomplishments in the Space Shuttle’s development, but he argued that multiple components, including the avionics and SSMEs in addition to the SRBs, were more dangerous and accident-prone than original NASA estimates had indicated

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I have a book about him that I need to look at again. He seems to have spoken in such everyday terms, and with humor. Not pretentious at all.

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Here is something very interesting that I discovered on the web, regarding the shuttle disaster.

Apparently one of the NASA scientists (Chinese name, IIRC) immediately suspected the O-rings, and claimed that he had warned his management about the problem, but his warnings were not heeded.

When I heard that, my thought was that Feynman was brought in to “turn the goof into a mystery” to then be solved – essentially covering up the error.


Sounds more reasonable, the rubber not expanding when brought to low temps sounds like something that might be elementary to a physicist.


Didn’t just claim it, he put it in writing. He refused to sign off on the last safety check sheet and told them flat out he wasn’t going to be responsible for that particular launch.

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I would have loved to hang out with him and glean whatever I could.


^^^ THAT explains a bit, why a child, incessantly asks, WHY.

Enjoyed listening to Feyman.

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If you had over $27.5 million, would you buy Epsein’s New Mexico ranch? It has a 30,000-square-foot home and lots of amenities.


No. way.


It’d be an interesting property to monetize [and sanitize, and exorcise], but I’d never want to live there.


How many acres?

Are there tunnels and caves like on Epstein’s island?

Is there any proof of the rumored transcontinental child-trafficking tunnels?

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All good questions…


I think that was a sarcastic comment.


It absolutely has an enormous walk out basement, and the labyrinth is a helipad, imo.

Hop, skip and a jump to the ranch where the cinematographer was killed.


Bureau of Land Management, and State of New Mexico land leases and contracts? When? Gov. NM? Dir

Epstein was just the property manager, imo.


The energy there would be horrible. I would not even do a walk-through, much less own it.


There’s an elaborate estate next town over where a dr. murdered his wife in their bedroom and staged it to look like a shower fall. Found guilty. The house was sold and not too long after was relisted again. Something wrong there. I clicked thorough a few of the listing pics and had to stop. You could see the “bad”.


You could see the “bad”.

Seriously? Can you describe what you mean by that?


I’ve been in some house where bad things happened. I leave fast.


Me also.


Me too. One needs to be careful in places like that.






When I was 15, I did a lightning guided trip to Europe. One stop was Dachau. As we walked from the parking lot to the “Visitor’s Center”, there was one man standing at the edge of the path, weeping. Just as we got to the building, another man bolted out the door, made it about ten feet along the side of the building, then threw-up onto its foundations.

Epstein’s Ranch would likely be slightly more cheerful.


Jeez. I’m not sure I could stand it.

Along those lines, I visited the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. The first day, I was only on the shore. I kept walking over “bad spots,” where I knew someone had died. I was honestly terrified about going out to the memorial itself, but I was determined to go.

The second day, we showed up early. That’s recommended, because the chop on the water gets worse in the afternoon, and sometimes they stop the boats going out.

We watched the film about the Japanese attack first, narrated beautifully by Stockard Channing. I was also shocked by how many of the visitors who were there were Japanese. And then we got on the boat.

As we exited onto the dock at the memorial, a feeling of calm and peace descended. Voices became hushed. As we walked inside, I was overcome with the peace, the quiet, nothing but the sound of waves lapping. It was incredible.

As I walked around, I heard a guide telling about how some veterans of the ship were still having their ashes interned there. Incredible that having lived the entire rest of their lives, this was where they chose to be buried. The guide said one of the Navy Seals who dives down with the ashes told him that, as he puts the box into the hole in the side of the ship, he can FEEL the ship pull the box out of his hands. He said it felt like the ship was welcoming the person home. My God, I can still feel the chills that went through me.

On the way back to the shore, I looked back at the memorial. A full rainbow had appeared right over it. As I got off the boat, I thanked the crew of sailors, and commented about the beauty of the rainbow. They said “that happens all the time.”

This was one of the most incredible, emotional, defining experiences of my life. If you ever have the chance, just go.


I’ve been, and it is moving and peaceful now. And, yes, there are a conspicuous number of Japanese tourists.

I figure that they are there to think about the sort of people that could be aroused to defeat the Imperial Japanese military — island by bloody island, ship by ship, plane by plane, and what it took to kick that hornet’s nest.

I figure they want to see what they did that allowed the US to justify nuking Hiroshima and Nagasaki — and every other city in Japan had they not surrendered.

I figure they want to see the kind of people who sheltered Japan under their postwar nuclear umbrella, helped to stabilize their post-imperial economy, and sent them Deming to bring them to prosperity — https://www.wyohistory.org/encyclopedia/w-edwards-deming .

The Japanese tourists I saw at the Arizona were respectful and nearly reverent. In return, they were respected.


Same for me.



I’ve shared a bunch of video from people who traveled to cichlid spots to observe the fish in their native environment. They are spectacular and enthralling videos.

But there is another side to staying at these resorts on these lakes or rivers….there aren’t a lot of beef and dairy cattle to provide cheeseburgers.

Very often, then, you will be provided with fish for dinner. And it is not unusual to be presented with a specimen that might cost over $100 back at home…..pan fried.

As Euell Gibbons used to say, “many parts are edible!” — cichlids tend to be tasty and nutritious, and often provide the majority of protein in human diets in places where they are found.

You may be able to find tilapia in your grocery store — they’re cichlids. But if you’re in the deep Amazon and you look in a fish market, you might well see

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— and your resort may have one on your dinnerplate.


Please know that your “fish stories” have helped lighten some tough days here. Thank you.


Thanks for making my ‘fish stories’ moniker worthy.

Barb Meier

There is just something about ^^^ fish. Maybe it’s his tall forehead, those big eyes, or even his pretty spots. I cannot imagine eating that fish. He needs a name. I think I will name him George.


One of the common names for that fish is the Wolf Cichlid.


His scientific name is Parachromis dovii — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parachromis_dovii — and he can grow to be over two feet long.

Essentially all the Parachromis are large, handsome, South-American fish-eating fish. Another fun one is Parachromis managuensis, the Jaguar Cichlid.

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I Love America News

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Perfect 😉👍🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸

Good morning W0lf 🐺 … happy Saturday 😜
Thank you very much I really appreciate everything you do. God bless you and your loved ones abundantly, always.

.. 🙋‍♀️ ..

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Kari Lake for AZ Governor

Why would we let an illegitimate president sell-out our sovereignty to the WHO??
Joe Biden may be bought & paid for by the CCP, but We the People of Arizona will NEVER give up our Sovereignty.

We abide by the US Constitution and the Arizona Constitution.

Nice try, Joe




I swear, every time that woman says something she gets prettier and prettier.  😍 

JW in Germany

You got that right! 🔥 


Imagine Kari as VP with POTUS Trump.

Kari would SHRED Pravda News AND Uniparty daily.

Then, Kari steps up to POTUS.

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She’s a good one! Definitely up there with DeSantis so far!


 👉 🙈  🙉  🙊  DON’T EAT THE BUSHMEAT !!!  🐒  🐒  🐒 


…and such coincidental uncanny timing !


Great closing line.

Can’t believe it’s Monkey Pox season. I still have my Ukraine decorations up.

The lunacy rolls on to the “new thing”.


Here is town is a church seem mostly Republicans people that belong there flying Ukraine flag at their homes. I am wondering what is up with that? Are they MAGA or are they establishment do not know. I have seen several flags.

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Barb Meier

Ukrainian immigrants so soon? (just teasing)


Yes do not know what the reasons are. One would think they fly the American flag? Maybe they have people as missionaries in Ukraine do not know.


That is what it is. It is a conservative fundamental church.


They may not know the truth …


Most likely . Everything depends on the leader of the congregation.


Them “Republicans” flying Ukraine flags likely believe McConnell & McCarthy are good guys.


Would not surprise me.


Paul Joseph Watson! 🐒

Sadie Slays

Yesterday I posted that there was an Event 201-like simulation for a Monkeypox epidemic starting in May 2022. Only a few hours later, I find an article with the WHO warning people about it spreading during the summer through “mass gatherings.” This narrative is in line with the simulation where the virus spread for months in 2022 before the lockdowns started in 2023. One recommended “solution” in the simulation was shutting down “mass gatherings.”


The World Health Organization’s European chief on Friday said he is concerned that monkeypox could spread in Europe in the next few months, as people gather for parties and festivals during the summer.

Driving the news: “As we enter the summer season in the European region, with mass gatherings, festivals and parties, I am concerned that transmission could accelerate

From the Monkeypox simulation:

NPIs such as mask mandates and ceasing mass gatherings were deemed to be critical for blocking chains of disease transmission. 

Move 2 (January 10, 2023) occurs six months later, at which point the virus has spread to 83 countries with 70 million reported cases, causing more than 1.3 million fatalities. With no known effective therapies or vaccines, countries have had to rely principally on non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic. Highlighting significantly different national outcomes in managing the pandemic, some governments, including the fictional Republic of Dranma, promptly adopted aggressive measures to slow virus transmission by shutting down mass gatherings, imposing social-distancing measures, and implementing mask mandates. These countries have also established large-scale testing and contact-tracing operations and scaled-up their health care systems to support anticipated growing case numbers. By contrast, the scenario depicts another group of countries, including fictional Cardus, that have prioritized keeping their economies open, undertaking little-to-no NPIs, and downplaying the virus and its potential impacts. These countries have experienced much worse outcomes in terms of illness and mortality (Figure 2) than those that responded early and energetically. As Figure 3 shows, Dranma experienced far fewer cases and fatalities than Cardus.

[PDF] https://www.nti.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NTI_Paper_BIO-TTX_Final.pdf


Sadie Slays


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And follow-on to Paxlovid (or whatever the pill is).

Soon to be announced, Paxonkeypox pill, or whatever they name it.

HARD NO to all the Safe & Effective Big Pharma BS.


Heck, I don’t submit to my wife and she’s a lot better looking than these fascist govt vermin. Plus, she has WGTTs.


I’ve just been reading the tail end of yesterdays posts and tried to spread that pdf to another blog. All went into oblivion untill I guessed the trigger word and removed it.


Did somebody say trigger?

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Filed under “TDS” for posterity!!! 😃


Good lord, can everybody just wake the hell up? READ the symptoms list for monkeypox!

If everybody in the whole world got it, big deal. We’d all be ugly for a few weeks, then immune.

This hair-on-fire shit for every little thing needs to end. Humans used to be more resilient than this.


THIS may be helpful…

From Malone.

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I keep getting asked the same question again and again; is this outbreak of monkey pox a real threat, or is this another case of overstated and weaponized public health messaging? I am going to save my answer to this question for the end of this article and instead focus on what monkey pox is, the nature and characteristics of the associated disease, what we know and don’t know.

(Ends the article with)

In my opinion, based on currently available information, Monkeypox is a virus and disease which is endemic in Africa, emerges sporadically after transmission into humans from animal hosts, and is typically spread by close human contact. It is readily controlled by classical public health measures. It does not have a high mortality rate. Unless there has been some genetic alteration, either through evolution or intentional genetic manipulation, it is not a significant biothreat, and has never been considered a high threat pathogen in the past.

So stop the fear mongering, misinformation and disinformation.


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I don’t give a pile of monkey shit whether it’s a high threat or not. The truth is not in those grifting lying govt hemorrhoids anyway.


Agree. Malone is saying as much.


THANK YOU! And thanks, Dr. Malone!


I saw Melone on Bannon this morning.

Looks the regime tries to scare us again into a psychosis. I think we all snapped out and with this monkey business is not working 🙂


I hope not! I’ve had about enough.

Brave and Free

Love the way you put it in plan language! 👍
I am beginning to believe half the population is dumber than a bag of rocks anymore.


Lol, I think it’s more than half! And thanks. I am just fed up with the fearporn.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I’m excited by the possibility that my smallpox immunity may work on this monkeypox stuff. BRING IT ON!!! 😍


I was vaccinated for smallpox, too.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Monkeypox is very likely a powerful vaccine for smallpox. If it starts spreading, and has low mortality, I want to be exposed. I expect a mild case at most, and full immunity to smallpox afterwards.


Right! That’s good.


Maybe the White Hats knew they were going to try smallpox on us, and this is another “vaccine” like the Omicron?

I’d believe anything at this point.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It’s a reasonable theory. They’ve had lots of time to create a self-spreading cowpox, and “monkey” would likely be the sweet spot for that.


So you’re one of those immune types too? 😊

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

There are some advantages to being old enough to remember honest vaccines!!! 😅

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Well, we’ll find out. Biggest “pox” experiment since we were kids.


I never got a reaction (the big sore, the scar) to the vaccine. Was always told that meant I was naturally immune. Who knows 🤔


Thank you for bringing this here.
IMO, this NTI organization appears to be a “front group” and/or a “fellow traveler group” of the WEF / {[DS] / Cabal. IMO, guess that these entities are concerned that the November elections in the U.S. could possibly not go the way these entities want them to go.
The NTI analysis report talks about how national governments “must adopt a “no regrets” approach to pandemic response, taking anticipatory action—as opposed to reacting to mounting case counts and fatalities, which are lagging indicators.”
There’s also a lot of “loose talk” about oversight / control by the UN and the WHO.
** Interesting ** that the analysis report was written by a former head of the FDA under Obama (Dr. Margaret Hamburg); the CEO of a company that works on “DNA synthesis” (Dr. Emily Leproust); and a VP of the NTI organization who oversees the group’s programs related to reducing “global biological catastrophic risks” (Dr. Jaime Yassif).

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I want to see one of these Event 201 simulations where there’s something like:

Move 4 — Dranma marines interrupt WHO meeting in Switzerland, killing all participants. Public Health authorities in Dranma are chased down by crowds and executed throughout the country. Dranma politicians flee as their houses are burned. As shown by Figure 17, popularity of Dranma-type measures soars in Cardus.


Well through out their documents they advocate a “No Regrets” policy be adopted so I think your right! 😁


Another virus, another mask! New Yorkers told to mask up again after local patient tests POSITIVE for same genus virus as monkeypox: CDC issues alert and WHO calls emergency meeting after US probes six cases while Europe confirms 100

  • An NYC patient has tested positive for orthopoxvirus – the genus of viruses that includes smallpox, cowpox, horsepox, camelpox, and monkeypox
  • The CDC is still waiting for confirmation that the patient has monkeypox itself
  • Health officials have suggested residents wear masks amid the outbreak 
  • The NYC cases comes as Europe confirms 100 infections of the rare disease
  • The CDC issued an alert Friday telling doctors to be ‘vigilant’ for cases
  • WHO called an emergency meeting to discuss the virus’ unprecedented spread 

By Natasha Anderson For Dailymail.Com
Published: 04:44, 21 May 2022 | Updated: 09:27, 21 May 2022
Here we go again, ride the carousel of crazyness


None of this will stop until there is no Uni-party and We the People assert our God and Constitution given rights.


I will not comply.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Better yet, get this one. It’s a smallpox vaccine.



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Father God, I now follow your command to put on the full armor of God, because my battle is not against flesh and blood but against rulers, authorities, the powers of this dark world and against spiritual forces of evil in the unseen world.

I first pray on the Belt of Truth that it may be buckled around my waist, may I be centered and encircled by your truth dear Lord. Hem me inside all that is true and right, and may I be protected and held up by the truth of your living word, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Breastplate of righteousness, please protect my vital organs and my inner man, cover my integrity, my spirit, and my soul. Guard my heart for it is the wellspring of life, please strengthen and guard the most vulnerable places in my life with that which is right, good, and noble that I might not receive a fatal blow from the enemy, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Gospel Shoes of Peace. I choose to stand in the shoes of your good news, and on the firm foundation of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the solid eternal rock. All other ground is sinking sand, I pray that I will not slip or fall, but that my feet would be firmly fitted on your lordship, my Lord Jesus. I choose to stand on you, so that the peace of God, which transcends all understanding will guard my heart and mind in Christ Jesus, the eternal Rock of Ages. I receive your holy peace now my Lord, from the sole of my feet to the crown of my head, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray the Shield of Faith into my hand now. As I take up the shield of faith, I ask that you might extinguish every dart and arrow, that is launched from the enemy to take me down spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and every attempt of the enemy to destroy my joy. I ask that my faith in you would make it flame out. Extinguish every flaming arrow that would come against me, my life, my family, my home, or my ministry. May my faith always be out in front of me like a shield. Give me the courage to “faith my fears” by choosing to walk by faith and not by sight, in my Lord Jesus name.

I pray on the Helmet of Salvation, that you might protect my mind from the thoughts that can lead me astray. I choose to take every thought captive, and arrest all intentioned ideas and motives that would harm others, or distract me from your holy will for me. I submit every captured thought to the Lordship of my Lord Jesus Christ, and ask that you would imprison those thoughts that are not of you my Lord. Transform my mind and renew my thinking that I may think God thoughts, and have a sober mind that is focused on your glory. Please protect me from being double minded that I may allow my mind, I reject to live an earthly life, because I choose to live a holy one, governed by you My Lord Jesus, the prince of peace, please have my mind to be saturated with the holy mind of Christ, in my Lord Jesus name.

Finally, I take up the Sword of the Spirit which is the holy word of God, I pray this powerful offensive weapon into my hand, and ask that your holy word would be fitting for every encounter I face. As the enemy gets close to me, please give me the insight, wisdom, and skill to wield the word of God to drive away the enemy, in my Lord Jesus name.

May the enemy and his team flee from me, upon hearing the word of God spoken by the power and direction of the Holy Spirit. Give me the sword of the spirit to cut through the wiles of the devil, so that I may discern the schemes of the enemy when he is near.

With all kinds of prayers, supplication, and intercession I pray to you my Lord God as the one who fights my battles. Now that I’m in your holy powerful armor, I walk away covered and ready to face my day as you go before me, and please protect me in the midst of the spiritual warfare in this unseen world, in my Lord Jesus name.

Thank you my Lord, for the spiritual weapons of armor and prayer that you have given me. It is written no weapon formed against me shall prosper, and you will refute every tongue that accuses me. 

Thank you Father God, my Lord Jesus and the Holy Spirit, that I am more than a conqueror in my Lord Jesus. I pray all of this in the mighty name of my Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ.


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From further down in the replies to that…

CryptoDaddi.LYX https://abs-0.twimg.com/emoji/v2/svg/1f9e8.svg

Replying to

Elon out for blood now. Love to see it


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Elon Musk

Replying to

I am indeed out for blood
8:26 pm · 20 May 2022·Twitter for iPhone

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎


No TW Censorship for ELON!!! 🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️


It’s about time!


Will she get a big Bishop or Archbishop funeral, like Ted Kennedy did?


Of Course.

(Money talks)

Cuppa Covfefe

More like an “infernal flame”…

She has enough alcohol in her she ought to burn for weeks…..


Boy will she be surprised … 🙄😑😂🤚

Deplorable Patriot

Ever have one of those weeks when things just get to you?

Well, I have, and I’ll be away for a few days while I regroup.


🕊️ 💕


Take care , Dep Pat. Find a large garden in bloom where you can soak up the beauty. Kind of along the lines of the quote (as I remember it), “The country for a wounded heart”.


You give so much – and we are grateful. But we don’t want you to give out.

Go get refilled with joy, peace, hope, every blessing.


Take care and God bless you DePat. Decompress, and pamper your mind and body.


… 🙂 …


Beautiful 🙂


Please take care of yourself.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

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We’ve all been there. As you say, “regroup”. And, we move forward.

In my case, QTree is the glue that helps me keep it together AND move forward with positive outlook. Yea, the latter may appear illusive at times. So many mine fields out there for us to navigate.

DP you are a QTree treasure. Hope to see ya soon. Real soon. 🙂

Sadie Slays

Hope you have a nice relaxing weekend.

Barb Meier

Know you are loved by many. You’ve been doing so much here and we appreciate it very much. hugs


“There is, of course, an incomprehensible moment in the logic of the Azov people who surrendered. They dragged all their belongings into captivity: medicine, sleeping bags, mattresses, five-liter bottles filled to the brim with cereals. Ours saw it all, they were stunned, of course, and forced to quit.

The impression is that the Ukrainian command promised a field camp after the exit, where all this would come in handy, and the pre-trial detention center came as a surprise to the militants.”



“Throughout the assault on the Azovstal factory shops, the servicemen of the People’s Militia of the DPR constantly wiretapped the enemy’s negotiations.

The military recorded the movements of neo-Nazi fighters and knew about the real situation in their hideouts.

Until recently, these shots were a military secret. Today, however, that is history.”



“Works on demining “Azovstal” have begun.

After demining, the systematic work of assault groups will begin, which should comb the territory of the plant to check if any of the Nazis or foreigners are hiding in some caches, so that later they can quietly escape from Azovstal by changing into civilian clothes.”



“The tribunal over the militants who left Azovstal is inevitable, this is the request of citizens and society — the head of the DPR Pushilin”



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Excellent! 💥💥


Perfect !

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

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LOL 😂👍 … miserable murmur murmur’s


Im wouldn’t put it past the miserable scum to send infected people throughout the country to spread this … 😡


REMEMBER – Monkeypox is a virus – and HCQ, IVM and Quercetin + Zinc, D3, C are antivirals.


mon(k)ey pox is readily identifiable so how are they going to manufacture the needed hysteria ?
Are they going to mandate jabs to supposedly prevent ?
Are they going to actually release the virus ?


It seems weird that they’ve chosen M pox as the next plandemic. Covid had no rash or visible symptoms, easy to assume it was covid , easy to make everyone scared of this killer they couldn’t see…but Mpox…you can see it .


Thinking the same. Seeing is believing for most.

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There will have to be some creative fear mongering

OR….IF We join WHO there may not be any need to anything. They will say what measures will be taken and enforced regardless of the actual existence of the alleged threat

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Head fake of sorts. Keep people off balance…skeered.

In a week or two, maybe WHO will come out and say NBFD.

  :wpds_mad:  Conditioning to “believe” WHO Chinee.   :wpds_evil: 

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Welp, Gen. Clarke has it all figured out. It’s the messaging, folks. Russia and even Ukraine are better at it. They need to use more AI for “sentiment analysis” purposes to craft messaging.

Yep – 17 was right. These people are stupid and they lead our “military”. They assume everybody is stupid like them. So they think they can message their way into remaining in power. How did that work out down in the bowels of that steel mill there, Clarke?



SD retweeted this EXCELLENT thread by one of our old favorite personalities. Shows continuity between Trump and Musk aims and public engagement.


From above, for emphasis…

…my favorite Trump move is the relentless denouncing of “fake news” propaganda media.

No single entity is more damaging to our lives than the media

No single entity is more damaging to our lives than the media

No single entity is more damaging to our lives than the media

No single entity is more damaging to our lives than the media
NOT to watch this video again, but do recall the video message.

MONOPOLY – Who owns the world? [MUST SEE]


Thanks for the link – Kalbokabs


Thanks for the helping hand, pointing out the media IS the problem.

(Slow Guy, gonna be slow.)  😂  😅  😂 

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Another great comment from the Treeper crowd…..


Stellar tweet



“Do not forsake wisdom, and she will protect you; love her, and she will watch over you” (Proverbs 4:6). 

If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, . . . Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him” (James 1:5-612). 

“When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom” (Proverbs 11:2).


Excellent post!

A day missed in reading God’s Word results in transformation being delayed.


Oh yes, when I miss reading the Bible/devotional’s my soul hobbles around .. better to have the firm foundation ..

Thank you TB2 … and God bless you and your loved ones abundantly every day.

(if you use headphones for this hymn you’ll be able to hear the harmonies 🙂)


Beautiful. Thank you. God bless you and yours, wowohwow.


… 🙂🤚❤️ …


One last one of these for the day to illustrate the propaganda.

Norway. Applying for NATO membership as we know. Erdogan/Turkey say “hayir”, better known as “nyet” in Russian, or, “ain’t happenin'” in hillbilly.

But in this article, our military propagandist trots out statements from Norway’s Chief of Defense on Russia’s poor performance in taking over a third of a neighboring country of 44 million people, compared to Norway’s total 5.4 million population, in less than 90 days. They are a “wounded bear” I tell you. Believe it.

If the wounded bear wanted Norway they would take it in far less time, just like the Nazis did in WW II. Norway knows it and why they desperately want in NATO. So why, when they have remained neutral all these decades? Methinks the C-B knows why.

Better get those concerts and politician visits lined up.


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Norway has been a member of NATO since the beginning. Like one other NATO member, Turkey, Norway has a common border with Russia. The current head of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, is a former Norwegian Prime Minister.

The countries now wanting to be members of NATO are the neighboring countries Sweden and Finland. Finland is adjacent to Russia, but Sweden does not have any border common with Russia.

And the potential for the Russian Bear attacking and eating Norway has been there ever throughout the Cold War and since. But something has deterred — possibly the way Norway faces west and south, towards the North Sea, the UK and the US, has kept the Bear away. Or the buffer of the neutral Sweden and Finland.


Yes. Turkey had the border with USSR back before then. I was thinking Cold-War-era geography.

It does look like it is Erdogan who is most concerned about the new members, Sweden in particular. On the news here it may have more to do with Kurdish diasporas there, and not Russia.


I love East Prussia and its people. Have known many from there. The people are very intelligent and accomplished. I also love their songs. What special people they are or were before WWII. Do not know who lives there now.


Yes I think that might have been. Many were caught by Russians and put in their Gulag.


I stand corrected – confused them with Finland.


Thank you for another great lesson!
It appears that the price of Rhodium has gone down a bit from the “palmy days” when it was in the 29K range. (Have the “Rhodium hoarders”, assuming there are such, dumped their holdings?)
The graphic of the gas molecules bumping around reminds Yours Truly of the old Pennsylvania Lottery “tanks” that had the number balls bouncing around inside before the “winning numbers” were selected.
Are the theories / discoveries of James Watt supplanted by those of Lord Kelvin? Yours Truly is seeing light bulbs that have Kelvin ratings, with the wattage information either in the small print, or sometimes missing entirely.


Thank you so much for explaining this! Yours Truly was starting to wonder if light bulbs were on the way to being their version of “metric measurement” (something one has never gotten the hang of).
Back to the old Pennsylvania Lottery “tanks” that had the numbered balls bouncing around for the lottery selection — one wonders if the person who came up with this idea had been exposed to the kinetic theory of gases!


Good 🤨
Wait till he receives his just, rewards for eternity

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎


That’s great news! I’m glad someone is doing something to stop this because individuals in the midst of huge bureaucracies saying, “You can’t do that; the Constitution doesn’t allow it” isn’t going to work.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎



After we’re all done with their Monkeypox scam, the DEADLY ‘Crocpox variant’ will be upon us!
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LOL 😂 … perfect 😜👍❤️

Cuppa Covfefe

If that’s a pic of Howard Stern’s feet, would that be Shock Jock’s Croc Pox??? 🙂


😂👍 … ahhhh, yes! ..


Oh, my! LOLOLOLOL!!!

Scared the dog again.


Rodney Short posted these horrors last night:

Today I found this at Christian news site – https://noqreport.com/ 

Fisher-Price Introduces Drag Queen Dolls for Children – https://noqreport.com/2022/05/19/fisher-price-introduces-drag-queen-dolls-for-children/

Did you ever think Disney and Fisher Price would go full-on ped0propaganda – child s3x grooming mode?

Brave and Free

Sick evil people are in charge of these companies. The result their looking for won’t be the results they’ll get.


This week – Valerie brought disturbing images of the surgeries and medications that the child ‘gender’ clinics are pushing. These monsters are preying on vulnerable children, wreaking emotional trauma, identity confusion, unhealthy self-perceptions and grooming them into high risk lifestyles.

Cuppa Covfefe

I keep remembering the Dutch Financier, Ronald Bernard, and how he described the upper echelon of the high-finance world. People with no conscience, no morals (or regrets), and no hesitation to have CHILD SACRIFICES at meetings (which was what led him to leave that world, at which point he endured torture for having left)…

And people like Satan Sauros, WEFfenSS SSchwab, and BillyGhoul Gates all belong to and LOVE that Satanic world…

The wokeness over here is almost unbearable. But the Devil and his Green and Red minions want to march through our institutions and befoul and deprave them…


Another one that’s gone full transwoke is Tiny Beans. It’s a parent site..articles,advice, picture sharing…sole focus families and kids.

They recently sent an email to their members offering Ru Paul dolls, gender fluid toy chameleon toys, Barbie “extra” and several other toys maybe all Fishcer Price to inculcate toddlers on up.
It floors me


Yes, they’re depraved. If they don’t repent, well …

it’s the old “eat, drink no be merry for tomorrow we die” and death would be easier then what they will get for eternity.


Did you ever think Disney and Fisher Price would go full-on ped0propaganda – child s3x grooming mode?

I never would have believed it. It shows that any company, organization, or country has only the amount of integrity that the people who are running it have.

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Cuppa Covfefe

I wonder how many of these companies have investments from Blackrock, either openly, or via proxies?

I know that Blackrock has their cloven hooves in many, MANY industries; perverting childrens’ toys would seem to be a natural “extension” of their wicked influence…


Happy Saturday, and thanks for the physics story. It had just the right length and complexity for one day.


Wall Street Journal put this one out in front of the pay wall to include comment section. At least I think it’s outside the pay wall as I was able to access it all and then tested another story which I was not able access.

China Insists Party Elites Shed Overseas Assets, Eyeing Western Sanctions on Russia


Gist of the story is China is telling their elites to disinvest in overseas assets. Prelude to something for sure. Story presumes this is linked to actions against Taiwan.

Last edited 2 years ago by para59r

Prelude or not, AND I believe it is, WISE move by Chinee.

After the USG unilaterally locking down and or stealing Russia assets, the USG can NOT be trusted.


In the spirit of Feynman, WHY?  😂  😅  😂  (Jus kiddin)


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Barb Meier

I had wondered whatever happened to Olive Oil.


LOL … 😜🤚❤️


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That’s Dr. May, now a professional astrophysicist (although amateur in 1978).

Barb Meier

Don’t look back. Look at today. NASA, SpaceX, US Space Force (USSF)… it’s never too late, Steve. 😎

Barb Meier

You remind me of this nugget…


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Valerie Curren

Hey guys, my husband Michael just left to go to his truck driving re-test for his CDL-A, scheduled for 1 pm. We’d sure appreciate your prayers for this to go well! Blessings

Valerie Curren

Thanks Steve!


Will do, Valerie.

Valerie Curren

Thanks TB–Blessings!

Cuppa Covfefe

Prayers up, Valerie!

To you, your husband, and your family…

Valerie Curren

Thanks Cuppa…those prayers were much needed–God Bless!