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Monomial 8 points ago +8 / -0

The issue isn't a million here or a million there from private citizens. It is the possibly quadrillions of dollars of derivatives that can't be unwound. They aren't even quantifiable as they are mostly unreported except as footnotes in accounting ledgers. There is so much systemic risk that the only way to reset is to collapse the whole thing. If even a small portion of those become unbalanced it will suck all the wealth from the entire world into the pockets of a select few.

I don't see any sane way forward without a complete implosion. Maybe they'll surprise me, but I wouldn't bet the bank on it.

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Monomial 3 points ago +3 / -0

$6.5 trillion is not the correct number. Most of the Federal budget was borrowed. So nothing changes there. You still either need to learn to live within your means or you don't.

Total income taxes paid by individuals was only $2.2 trillion, substantially less.

Of actual taxes (that would be affected by eliminating the income tax) 40% goes to pay interest on the debt, so simply allowing this to default recovers a lot. And you can bet the budgets for a lot of the Federal programs are going to be heavily slashed. The entire Dept. of Education for one is going to be eliminated.

It is possible. You have to consider what is going to be thrown out though.

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Monomial 13 points ago +13 / -0

The plane hadn't yet reached the halfway point in the flight, so they had more than enough fuel to return. It took them 30-40 minutes less to fly back to London than to continue on to their destination.

We would have to see the numbers to see if this really made sense. Rebooking all those seats may have cost them something, but if they knew they had mostly empty alternative flights anyway, then perhaps it really was cheaper to return than to go forward.

I agree it all sounds strange, but conceivably there are ordinary circumstances where this would be a sound business decision. No way to really be sure if that was the case here or not.

In any case, hell of an inconvenience for the passengers.

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Monomial 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wow. That is awful. There is just no safe way to keep crypto in a 3rd party wallet I guess. You are taking this much better than I would.

Writing your on chain, private keys by hand on a piece of paper and sticking them in your personal safe seems to be the only truly safe option.

And on a side note: everyone please remember that a sufficiently powerful quantum computer running Shor's Algorithm can defeat all known public key cryptography algorithms. Once you've exposed your public key, you should consider your private key to be compromised. Send your change to a new wallet address. All wallets should be considered single use only.

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Monomial 4 points ago +4 / -0

They forgot the Clott Adams denial of:

Nobody could have forseen this is actually how it would turn out. Those people who saw it early just guessed and got lucky.

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Monomial 2 points ago +2 / -0

Unless the assets of Blackrock have already been seized in accordance with Trump's EO and are being put to use to rebuild the infrastructure we will need after the globalist structures are torn down.

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Monomial 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not what they are saying. The critical exponent is a well understood physical property in thermodynamics. What they showed here is the model they have for the brain looks similar to a thermodynamical model of a phase transition, even though they can't identify the specific characteristics of the distinct phases.

It is an intriguing paper, and may hint that the brain is actually bridging some new, exotic kind of energy or matter than we haven't yet identified. There is still so much we don't understand about the true nature of our universe, and these kinds of early experiments are exactly what led to breakthroughs like quantum mechanics.

Things that you can mathematically describe, but make no conventional sense.

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Monomial 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don't know what legal action actually transpired, but I do remember the mayor was forced to resign a few months later.

You can't attack deep state pedophiles this way. This is why we have the Q plan. Try and take JFK's approach to these bastards, and you know what will happen.

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Monomial 15 points ago +15 / -0

OK,

This is actually pretty big news. It's a brand new, never before observed/understood effect that appears to break physics as we know it for liquid to vapor transition. This could conceivably lead to all kinds of new, more efficient technologies for sea water distillation and air conditioning systems.

The explanation for why plants are green isn't directly addressed in the video, but it is in the comment section. It's still speculative, but it makes perfect sense. Nobody has ever been able to explain why plants reflect green light. When you ask, all you get is handwaving arguments from the experts.

There is so much we still don't understand about the biosphere. It is pure arrogance to put forth climate change models and claim they are accurate. They haven't been accurate in the last 40 years, and they are very unlikely to be accurate today. How many other "unknown effects" are we not accounting for when engineering this politically driven "green" agenda?

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Monomial 1 point ago +1 / -0

All I know is I ate my fill long ago, and my invitation promised dinner AND a show. When is the show going to start?

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Monomial 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just do what you believe is best for humanity. Stop caring what other people think, and stop trying to second guess the larger picture.

Whatever you do, do it from a place of gratitude and love. Pain and suffering is unavoidable during times of extreme change. Just accept it. Also remember Trump is not supposed to be a unifier. His job is as a wrecking ball, to destroy all those institutions which no longer serve us.

Just decide what kind a society you want, and live everyday like that society is already here. And if people don't get it, it's not your job to explain. Show them the light that is inside of you. That's how you avoid a civil war. People instinctively know goodness and honesty. They will follow you.

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Monomial 21 points ago +21 / -0

34 minutes. 34 Felonies. I'm beginning to see a pattern here. Been waiting for what's promised in drop #34 for 6 years. If I hadn't been disappointed so many times already, I might actually start to get excited now.

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Monomial 5 points ago +5 / -0

Pascal Najadi has been saying for several weeks that the Temporary Flight Restriction over Mar-a-Lago is scheduled to end at the end of May and that they mayhem is about to begin.

Would make sense if the plan was to find Trump guilty this week and send him to jail. That would be a great excuse to get Trump completely out of the public eye and protected while all the nonsense ensues. Obviously you wouldn't need the TFR anymore.

But I'm ready for anything. Most important thing is to remember that this is all scripted. Whatever happens, it's all just a distraction. We've all been waiting so long for the precipice it's hard to conceive that it's only a few short months away.

Really curious to see what Trump meant when he said this was going to be an unconventional election.

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Monomial 3 points ago +3 / -0

Any law that increases transparency of NGO's and limits their ability to promote espionage is a good one. Glad to see Georgia is doing this. NGO's are rarely a force for good.

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Monomial 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not true. Actually only Bitcoin and 3 other cryptocurrencies meet even the minimum characteristics:

  1. Proof of Work Consensus
  2. Fixed Supply
  3. Liquidity > $100 million/24 hours

Those are BTC, BCH, LTC and ETC. And of these, BTC has liquidity of over $14 billion per day, with its nearest competitor (BCH) all the way down at only $270 million.

All the other coins either have no significant trading market, or are crippled in some way, like having unlimited supply or using Proof of Stake.

This isn't a choice by the bankers. They are just catering to the only market that has a large enough market cap to accept the cash inflows from institutional investors.

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Monomial 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is possible. But once you have a system like this in place, it opens the possibility to come in later and have a less corrupt government, or even less corrupt courts, to use the number to verify citizenship and toss the illegal ballots.

Even if you don't tie the number to a particular ballot, if you can simply show that there was a significant number of non citizens voting it could be used as a basis for further reforms.

So I'm not really sure this would be a smart tactic for them. The current, completely blind voting environment, is obviously far superior from a fraud perspective.

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Monomial 1 point ago +1 / -0

The point is that it WAS a unified country for thousands of years before the globalist cabal engineered its separation. And we can't move into an era of peace until that has been undone. Ultimately, it has to be reunified somehow, and I believe that is exactly what Trump and Xi talked about when he was there. Whatever happens, I'm convinced reunification with Taiwan is part of the plan.

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Monomial 5 points ago +5 / -0

I have no idea how it will play out, but Taiwan is yet another of those globalist inspired "countries that isn't really an official country", just like Ukraine never registered its borders and officially remains an administrative district of the USSR, which was transferred to Russia.

There is no possibility we can enter a post war world without resolving the China/Taiwan reunification issue, and I don't see Xi or anyone in mainland China being willing to say that Taiwan isn't China.

They are going to have to reunify somehow. The white hats know this, so they obviously have a plan on how this is going to occur. I say sit back and watch without judgement, because it is likely part of the psyop we're living through.

As for the chip manufacturing industry, that just confirms my suspicion. They are moving high tech production out of Taiwan and into places like Arizona. Taiwan is going back to China one way or the other. Count on it.

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Monomial 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't know why. This arrogance of this guy just bothers me. If you have a Twitter account, please vote your conscience in his poll.

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Monomial 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's not a small task. You are talking about rewriting the entire work for hire legal code. There honestly is no difference between allowing another human to take over your position, or an AI. The fact that an AI is better and faster at mimicry really doesn't change anything.

The company paid you for your time while you were working there. You have no rights to work product beyond that compensation. Trying to legislate anything else would be nearly impossible at this point. It would be akin to doing away with employer/employee relationships altogether.

Arguably not a bad thing, but I don't see it happening.

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Monomial 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes. It's called work for hire, and every employee agrees to it. There is no difference if you turn the work product over to an AI or to another employee.

The company owns everything you produce.

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Monomial 2 points ago +2 / -0

The issue is not now, nor has it ever been, about proven reserves. These are political attempts to obfuscate the problem. It has ALWAYS been about flow rates.

Oil doesn't exist as a puddle you suck out with a straw at any rate you want. It must be squeezed out through tiny fractures in a rock. And if you push with too much pressure, the water cuts through and the remaining oil gets stranded.

It annoys me that this has become such a political issue that nobody talks about the real challenges in this.

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Monomial 2 points ago +2 / -0

The US has a long history of doing shady shit when it comes to apportioning representation. Let's never forget the abominable 3/5th's compromise. Slaves weren't considered people in any other circumstance, except when it came time to give Congressional seats. Slavery was completely wrong, but it was the hypocrisy here that really drives me nuts.

Yes. Only US citizens should be counted. Sadly, America has never actually done the consistent and rational thing in this case. Expect it to fail in the Senate.

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