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Voluntarist

United States

#62354 Nov 11, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
You know the FUNNIEST part of that article (I just read the whole piece)??
It recognizes that unbridled population growth is terrible for the environment. And at the end, the solution is MORE government.
LOLOL
You won the argument but just lost the debate.
to quote:
".....What's more, the parts of the world where populations are growing fastest are also those most vulnerable to climate change, and a rising population will exacerbate the consequences of global warming—water shortages, mass migration, declining food yields....
....Mankind needs to develop more and cheaper technologies that can enable people to enjoy the fruits of economic growth without destroying the planet's natural capital. That's not going to happen unless governments both use carbon pricing and other policies to encourage investment in those technologies and constrain the damage that economic development does to biodiversity.
Falling fertility may be making poor people's lives better, but it cannot save the Earth. That lies in our own hands..."
That is the exact point, and right from the alarmists mouth.
The important part of the article is the statistics, the rest is the opinionated nonsense from you alarmists.
Voluntarist

United States

#62356 Nov 11, 2013
Transparent rule of law government at work.

Company Admits New ‘Smart’ Street Lights Can Analyze Voices, Track
People
To aid Homeland Security in “protecting its citizens”
Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
November 11, 2013
The company behind a new ‘smart’ street lighting system which is being rolled out in major cities like Las Vegas
admits that the technology has the capability of analyzing voices and tracking people, features that will aid the
Department of Homeland Security in “protecting its citizens.”
We first reported on Intellistreets bragging of its product’s “homeland security” applications back in 2011 , with the
backlash from privacy advocates causing the company to remove a promotional video from YouTube. The video was
later restored (see above), although comments were disabled.
However, Illuminating Concepts, the company behind Intellistreets, seems to be more comfortable in acknowledging
the “security” aspects of its devices now that it has secured numerous lucrative government contracts to supply street
lighting in several major cities.
A page on the Intellistreets website which highlights “benefits and applications” features a section on security wherein
it is admitted that the hi-tech system includes “voice stress analyzers,” amongst several other sophisticated sensors that
“assist DHS in protecting its citizens and natural resources.”
The ability to record street conversations is merely one special feature of the Intellistreets lighting system, which is
linked back to a central data hub via a ubiquitous wi-fi connection. The ‘smart’ street lights can also act as
surveillance cameras, make loudspeaker security announcements (See Something, Say Something), as well as track
“RFID equipped staff,” which could be any of us given the increasing amount of clothing and products which are RFID
tagged.
The company’s website highlights how the system is now being installed in areas of Las Vegas, Chicago, Detroit,
Auburn Hills, Asbury Park, and at stadiums like the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
As we reported on Sunday, the Las Vegas Public Works Department has begun testing the devices although they denied
they would be used for surveillance, at least for the time being.
Authorities in New York City also recently announced that they would be replacing the city’s 250,000 street lights with
new LEDs by 2017, although it is not known how many of these if any will be provided by Intellistreets.
As we reported earlier, Intellistreets are just one component of a huge network of microphones embedded in
everything from games consoles to gunshot detectors that are beginning to blanket our streets and dominate our home
life.
A 2012 New York Times report on ShotSpotter audio sensors, which are installed in at least 70 major US cities,
acknowledged that they can and have been used to record conversations on the street.
The next level of NSA snooping, which will rely on systems like Intellistreets to record people’s conversations and
detect antagonism or political extremism, will make the recent revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden pale in
comparison, and represents the potential for a ubiquitous wiretapping system that outstrips George Orwell’s worst
nightmare.

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#62357 Nov 11, 2013
Where's Hugh? Busy in church? LOL.

Since: May 13

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#62358 Nov 11, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>

Define normal. Many would argue that obsessing over conspiracy theories is not normal.
Hey Retard,

Supported by the growing body of objective evidence, most would agree that only retards like COR keep supporting the conjecture that insentient matter gives rise to sentience.

COR = Sub-human type.

LOL.

Since: May 13

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#62359 Nov 11, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>

You wouldn't be related to Ted Kaczynski, would you?
How can a mathematically challenged dunce like you have the faintest clue about the mathematical genius of Ted Kaczynski?

ROFL.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#62360 Nov 11, 2013
TED KACZYNSKI, MATH & MK ULTRA:

1) Obsession with mathematics upset the mental balance of Ted Kaczynski and turned him against humanity in later years.

2) The CIA further damaged his mental balance by turning him into a mind control slave by using him as a test subject in the highly controversial MK Ultra program. Most mind control slaves are used as assassins by their controllers to create panic among the common public.

3) Most of those who obsess with mathematics lose their mental balance after some time or if not this they could turn cold, calculating, insensitive and rigid after over-exposure to mathematics. I have seen this happening all too often.

4) The surface phenomenon of nature and being can be expressed mathematically but the deeper aspects of nature/being exceed the scope of mathematical rigidity.

Since: May 13

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#62361 Nov 11, 2013
HOMOSEXUALITY & EVOLUTION:

1) I often wonder whether homosexuality has any evolutionary advantage.

2) What I see is that many, if not a majority, of the most creative inventors, scientists, litterateurs and artists were/are gay. I also see that many if not most homosexuals suffer great mental anxiety.

3) The common notion of fertility in the minds of the common herd refers to a man who's fathered many kids (not online but in real life - LOL), whereas most homosexuals do not procreate.

4) What accounts for a higher incidence of genius and mental disturbance in homosexuals?

5) I can understand that when a new phenomenon is about to manifest in a system there occurs a period of instability that breaks down the old paradigm for a time until the old is replaced by the new aspect.

6) For biologists, development is a fundamental property of life. According to the new systemic understanding of life, every living system occasionally encounters points of instability where there is either a breakdown or, more frequently, a spontaneous emergence of new forms of order. This spontaneous emergence of novelty is one of the hallmarks of life. It has been recognized as the dynamic origin of development, learning, and evolution. In other words, creativity — the generation of new forms — is a key property of all living systems. This means that all living systems develop; life continually reaches out to create novelty.

7) The biological concept of development implies a sense of multi-faceted unfolding; of living organisms, ecosystems, or human communities reaching their maximum potential.

8) The experiences in the exacting discipline of the Integral Yoga has revealed to me the possibility of Nature throwing up higher degrees of consciousness in matter via phases of instability that lasts until the new range of consciousness in matter emerges and stabilizes and becomes a novel part of the existing system provided the system survives the shaking up that manifests as instability during the process of the new emergence.

9) The whole history of Nature reveals a continuous march towards manifesting higher and more radical aspects of intelligence and form.

10) Where sentient beings, especially where the mental race of beings which is the human race is concerned, Nature is moving towards an apogee of consciousness that could eventuality turn out asexual and supramental through various intermediate phases - this mechanism is becoming increasingly visible logically speaking and based on the evolutionary mechanism of human progress over the ages in sheer intellectual and biological terms.

11) It is said that the Y chromosome is deteriorating but if the Y chromosome loses its genetic capacities would it imply the asexualization of the male species? Will this be accompanied by a novel shift in consciousness? Will this radical shift in consciousness create an appropriate form for itself? How would the female X chromosome and phenotype and degree of consciousness be impacted by this transformation in males?

12) Will the human species survive this period of instability and break into a higher rhythm with the appearance of a radical consciousness that's supported by an appropriate physical form - a movement seen in increasing behavioral dysfunction, growing global unrest, rapid globalization, shattering of religious teachings that belongs to a perverse past, breakdown in morality, outbursts of new forms of creativity and changing genotypes? Does the transition from sexuality to asexuality first manifest as homosexuality and genius that we see in many gay men and in lesbians? What about heterosexual people? Does the advent of cloning technology in recent years support this hypothesis of Nature's intention of bringing forth an asexual species with heightened sensitivity and superior intellectual faculties and non-attraction to opposite gender thereby implying non-procreation via sexual methods?

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#62362 Nov 11, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
TED KACZYNSKI, MATH & MK ULTRA:
3) Most of those who obsess with mathematics lose their mental balance after some time....
Dont need to be convinced of that!

“Act Interdimensional ly”

Since: Jan 08

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#62363 Nov 11, 2013
With over a Billion people, most of which live in abject poverty, India could do with a lot MORE homosexuality.

While euthanasia and forced abortion are the methods most considered by overpopulation wags to deal with the issue -- these solutions are cruel, immoral and often applied along racial or ethnic lines.

"Going gay", on the other hand, deals with the issue in a much more humane manner. With the added benefit of finally getting some decent musical theatre to replace all that Bollywood nonsense.

Do your part by sending all your unwanted "Will and Grace" DVDs to India c/o this address.

Rainbows for India
Box 69
Polk Gulch, California 94109

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#62364 Nov 11, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
That is the exact point, and right from the alarmists mouth.
The important part of the article is the statistics, the rest is the opinionated nonsense from you alarmists.
But there were no statistics in that article. Those were interpretations. Start quoting me probabilities and alpha levels, and we can talk about statistical conclusions.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#62365 Nov 11, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
TED KACZYNSKI, MATH & MK ULTRA:
1) Obsession with mathematics upset the mental balance of Ted Kaczynski and turned him against humanity in later years.
2) The CIA further damaged his mental balance by turning him into a mind control slave by using him as a test subject in the highly controversial MK Ultra program. Most mind control slaves are used as assassins by their controllers to create panic among the common public.
3) Most of those who obsess with mathematics lose their mental balance after some time or if not this they could turn cold, calculating, insensitive and rigid after over-exposure to mathematics. I have seen this happening all too often.
4) The surface phenomenon of nature and being can be expressed mathematically but the deeper aspects of nature/being exceed the scope of mathematical rigidity.
rabbee: yes joel! we have all noticed your over obsessing, with mathematics. because that is what paranoids do, they obsess in an unreal way. but don't worry here, there ain't nobody here out to get you.

and i suppose that the evening dawn of the third day of G-D, was insufficient time for somebody to be here in TheTorah. when adam and his mate arrive, here in IT. so i can't be paranoid, because there is nobody here in TheTorah left to get me.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#62366 Nov 11, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Dont need to be convinced of that!
:)
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#62367 Nov 11, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
With over a Billion people, most of which live in abject poverty, India could do with a lot MORE homosexuality.
While euthanasia and forced abortion are the methods most considered by overpopulation wags to deal with the issue -- these solutions are cruel, immoral and often applied along racial or ethnic lines.
"Going gay", on the other hand, deals with the issue in a much more humane manner. With the added benefit of finally getting some decent musical theatre to replace all that Bollywood nonsense.
Do your part by sending all your unwanted "Will and Grace" DVDs to India c/o this address.
Rainbows for India
Box 69
Polk Gulch, California 94109
rabbee: did you misspell, soylent youth in asia on purpose?
Voluntarist

United States

#62368 Nov 11, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
But there were no statistics in that article. Those were interpretations. Start quoting me probabilities and alpha levels, and we can talk about statistical conclusions.
There were statists quoted in the article that should be easy to cross reference
Voluntarist

United States

#62369 Nov 11, 2013
T
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FUTURE TENSE WHAT'S TO COME?
JAN. 9 2013 7:45 AM
About That
Overpopulation
Problem
Research suggests we may
actually face a declining world
population in the coming years.
By Jeff Wise
From 1960 to 2009, India’s fertility rate
dropped from six live births per woman to 2.5
Photo by Deshakalyan Chowdhury/AFP/Getty
Images.
he world’s seemingly relentless march
toward overpopulation achieved a notable
milestone in 2012: Somewhere on the
planet, according to U.S. Census Bureau
estimates, the 7 billionth living person came into
existence.
Lucky No. 7,000,000,000 probably celebrated his or
her birthday sometime in March and added to a
population that’s already stressing the planet’s
limited supplies of food, energy, and clean water .
Should this trend continue, as the Los Angeles Times
noted in a five-part series marking the occasion, by
midcentury,“living conditions are likely to be bleak for
much of humanity.”
A somewhat more arcane milestone, meanwhile,
generated no media coverage at all: It took
humankind 13 years to add its 7 billionth. That’s
longer than the 12 years it took to add the 6 billionth
—the first time in human history that interval had
grown.(The 2 billionth, 3 billionth, 4 billionth, and 5
billionth took 123, 33, 14, and 13 years, respectively.)
In other words, the rate of global population growth
has slowed. And it’s expected to keep slowing.
Indeed, according to experts’ best estimates, the total
population of Earth will stop growing within the
lifespan of people alive today.

And then it will fall.
This is a counterintuitive notion in the United States,
where we’ve heard often and loudly that world
population growth is a perilous and perhaps
unavoidable threat to our future as a species. But
population decline is a very familiar concept in the
rest of the developed world, where fertility has long
since fallen far below the 2.1 live births per woman
required to maintain population equilibrium. In
Germany, the birthrate has sunk to just 1.36 , worse
even than its low-fertility neighbors Spain (1.48) and
Italy (1.4). The way things are going, Western Europe
as a whole will most likely shrink from 460 million to
just 350 million by the end of the century. That’s not
so bad compared with Russia and China, each of
whose populations could fall by half . As you may not
be surprised to learn, the Germans have coined a
polysyllabic word for this quandary: Schrumpf-
Gesellschaft, or “shrinking society.”
American media have largely ignored the issue of
population decline for the simple reason that it hasn’t
happened here yet. Unlike Europe, the United States
has long been the beneficiary of robust immigration.
This has helped us not only by directly bolstering the
number of people calling the United States home but
also by propping up the birthrate, since immigrant
women tend to produce far more children than the
native-born do.
http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/futu...

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#62370 Nov 11, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>

Dont need to be convinced of that!
LOL.

Your jealousy and intellectual inferiority are showing, Mon.

Are you still earning $ 5 an hour?

ha ha ha

Chill.

Since: Nov 13

Denver, CO

#62371 Nov 11, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
Your jealousy and intellectual inferiority are showing, Mon.
Are you still earning $ 5 an hour?
ha ha ha
Chill.
rabbee: no joel, we are not out to get you, your math, or your arrogance.

Since: May 13

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#62372 Nov 11, 2013
yehoshooah adam wrote:
<quoted text>

rabbee: Yes Joel! we have all noticed your over obsessing, with mathematics.
My late Dad was some kind of a genius in Math and I too excel in the subject....

If things settle down in my life by which I mean if the yoga progresses smoothly without any sustained attacks coming from that rogue and from the other hostile forces, then I'd really like to enter deep into pure math or into a related discipline that's heavy on math at an advanced level. I was well on my way to cracking the national level entrance exam for entry to doctorate studies conducted by the BARC back here but then I was struck down by a horrific force attack and was ill for quite some time and am only now recovering. I soon hope to pursue my academic aim. Most of my friends from IIT have almost completed their doctorate degrees abroad, while here I am languishing in inaction and not using my intellectual gifts and sound academic background.

Rabbee, wish me well so that I can achieve my academic aim and stay healthy. Money is not a problem. I don't need to work for a living. With me intellectual pursuits mean a lot.

Thank you in advance.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

Since: Jan 08

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#62373 Nov 11, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>

Are you still earning $ 5 an hour?

.
I see where you might be confused. While in India $5 per hour (IR300) might be CEO money. In most of the rest of the world it's not very much at all.

Since: Nov 13

Denver, CO

#62374 Nov 11, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
Your jealousy and intellectual inferiority are showing, Mon.
Are you still earning $ 5 an hour?
ha ha ha
Chill.
and i only make about $3.88+ an hour for 24 hours a day in retirement. or the equivalent of $11.64, for an 8 hour day of work. as $34,000 is about 1/3 of what, i used to make per year.

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