I’ve been immersed in the Stefan Lanka writings linked below, and will cite a passage from a Wisssenschafftplus 4/2020 article called The Causes of the Corona Crisis are Clearly Identified Virologists … I printed this article yesterday, as I don’t like on-screen reading, and now cannot find it again. If someone has the link, please add it to the comments. Here a the passage from the beginning, a long paragraph that rocked my world:
“Humanity is facing a great challenge: the inherent dynamics and consequences of fear and anti-biosis through the discipline of biology and medicine, disturb and destroy the environment, plants, animals, people and the economy. The corona crisis is only the visible tip of an iceberg on a collision course with everyone and everything. One of the reasons for this challenge is materialism, the attempt to explain life by purely material models. Our materialism of today was invented in “post-Socratic” antiquity as an explicit counter-reaction to fear and abuse of power by religions. This is a comprehensible, human and humanitarian motivated action, but it has dramatic consequences. This materialism has produced the taught good-evil-biology, the “prevailing opinion” in medicine based on it and the resulting anti-biosis (antibiotics, radiation, chemotherapy, disinfection, restriction of basic rights, vaccination, lock-down, quarantine, social distancing etc.). More and more people, environment and economy are harmed by this ideology. Their materialistic good-evil theory, which has no actual basis but is based on disproved assumptions, developed unrecognized into the most powerful religion. The materialistic theory of life states that there are only atoms, but no consciousness, no spiritual forces and no animator who would’ve created them and set them in motion. In order to be able to explain the cosmos and life in a purely material way, are “science” is forced to assert a huge bang, in which all atoms were created out of nothing, which flew apart. Some atoms would touch each other by chance and form molecules. These molecules had formed the primordial cell by accidental coming together, from which all further life had developed by struggle and selection. All of this is said to have happened in unimaginable length of time in the distant past, and is therefore not subject to scientific examination and must therefore not be called scientific.”
One emerging framework within the massive scope of digital transformation — riding in on the crowned Trojan horse of the Fourth Industrial Revolution — is Digital Twins (DTs). In June 2017, Ben Rossi of Raconteur, defined digital twinning as “the mapping of a physical asset to a digital platform.” In its simplest explanation, digital twins digitize the physical world. The approach of using a digital replica of its original physical representation can be applied to nearly any sector of business and society, and integrates big data (captured via embedded sensors), machine-to-machine communication, and machine-learning technology.
Digital twin technology has been practiced since the 1960s, first gaining ground by NASA in space programming. The actual terminology of “digital twin” was reportedly first mentioned in 1998, referring to a digital copy of actor Alan Alda’s voice.
In this essay, I am focusing on one small element in the field of digital twinning, involving healthcare and bioinformatics, and the merging of these two domains within the context of purported epidemics.
Since this pandemic narrative began, I have imagined a scenario in which the alleged virus had its day in court. In this instance, I pondered that the case of a novel virus causing a widespread disease did not “hold water.”
When I watched this recent discussion from October 14 between Dr. Tom Cowan and Sally Fallon regarding the sloppy science and trickery amidst this pandemic myth, I had a “positraction” moment. I could not help but envision the iconic film clip from “My Cousin Vinny,” that made the word “positraction” famous. (1) I suggest watching Dr. Cowan first (from the 7:30 timestamp to the 12:25 timestamp), and then for fun, watch Marisa Tomei as Mona Lisa Vito (see the linked video above). So classic.
Nerd/nərd/noun: a foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious.
There must be no real joy in the fields of medicine or medical research. I have expressed my gut feeling before that the fascist nerds controlling this psyop seek revenge on the non-nerd population for being hazed and belittled in school and in homes with multiple siblings. Sports and music events and other popular social gathering places like bars, restaurants, and political rallies seem to piss off the “white-coats” more than other activities. Skiing in now in the cross-hairs. Not many nerds out on the slopes craving that sensation of floating in bottomless powder (pow) or feeling “the need for speed.” How insensitive? How long should this bullshit go on?
Dean Henderson’s interview with Richie Allen lays out many of the underlying causes of our present predicament. Months before the pandemic scare and lock-down the global financial system was in another meltdown. The old British Mercantilism, now referred to as “economic interventionism,” has run its course. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_interventionism
Negative growth cannot sustain “The System.” So, what we’re seeing is the demolition phase and preparation of the new global order, or “The Great Reset.” As always, thanks Dean for the insights.
Schwab lays out more details of how this is all being planned and implemented as the commoners are struggling to keep small businesses from going bust, families are trying to pay rent or find jobs, and as the health care rug is being pulled out from under millions of unsuspecting serfs around the world.
It’s a frightening prospect we all face, but there is one thing each of us can do to keep our sanity, and prevent this travesty from happening. As former 1st lady Nancy Reagan was so fond of saying: “Just say NO!”
We went on a three-hour hike today at nearby Staunton State Park, a very busy place, especially on a Saturday. Parking lots were full.
There are no regulations in place in Colorado regarding outdoor wearing of masks except in places like Boulder, aka the “People’s Republic,” an oppressively liberal place. Up here in the mountains, I rarely wear a mask indoors, and never outside.