The book of inspiration

October 8, 2015


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Note to self. Watch The Principle. It has been hidden well. Can you say Streisand effect? DVD release in late November?

Cool. Will we get true 360 video, showing we live on a flat earth under a firmament? Or will we get some cool computer graphics showing the missing satellites and space as one would imagine.

Experience the world’s first virtual reality footage taken in space! See the earth pass underneath you and get the same view the astronauts do from the International Space Station!

Once you go flat there is no going back.

  1. The Earth doesn’t have centrifugal force. Gravity is the same all over the Earth because the Earth doesn’t move. If it did, the centrifugal force would make objects weigh TWICE less on Equator than for example in Vancouver, Canada.
  2. Doing the same experiment with a SOUND WAVE fortunately can check this. Doppler’s effect would apply.
  3. Michelson-Morley experiment doesn’t indicate that the light travels with the same speed independent of Earth’s motion. It indicates that the Earth is stationary.
  4. Microwave radiation is 2.7 all over the Earth because the Earth doesn’t move.
  5. Weight of objects would be affected depending on which side of the Earth they would be. The “density distribution” theory wouldn’t help, because it would have to change non-stop as the Earth rotates. If the weight of objects is not changing with the location on Earth, then the centrifugal force couldn’t possibly make the Earth bulge at the equator. That proves Newton wrong.
  6. The Earth doesn’t have its “density” distributed so exactly as to ideally match the centrifugal force. Such argument is self-serving, arbitrary and logically invalid because there is no evidence to measure it and therefore to support it.
    ( Note Earth’s “density” for which there is no evidence other than that it “has to be this way” ).
  7. The shapes of “constellations” don’t change over thousands of years.
  8. Earth is the only planet with millions of life forms. The Bible mentions only life on Earth.
  9. Only humans are capable of having a “point of view”, therefore it’s OUR point of view that matters as CENTRAL.
  10. Copernicus didn’t provide evidence to support his theory.
  11. Contrary to Copernicus, it’s not mathematically possible to “calculate” if the Earth is revolving around the Sun.
  12. Newton’s thought experiment with a bucket of water, indicates that the Earth is not revolving. ( The water should sway if the Earth was revolving ). That’s a classic example of lack of centrifugal force of supposedly rotating Earth.
    Now we know that the Earth is not flattened on the top and bottom. If that was true, objects would weigh differently.
  13. On time-delayed pictures of stars, the Polaris star almost doesn’t move. The only way it can work is if both the Earth and Polaris don’t move. The Earth is therefore the centre of the universe and Polaris is its end.
  14. The circular movement of stars on time-delayed pictures cannot be created by Earth’s rotation. If the Earth revolved the paths of stars would be horizontal not circular.
  15. Satellites go around the Earth because the space around revolves, thus acting on satellites. You can even put a can of Coca Cola and make it a satellite.
  16. The constellations don’t change, year after year.
  17. Heavenly bodies don’t collapse together, because their attraction is perfectly balanced by equal centrifugal force resulting from revolving around the Earth.
  18. The universe is found to expand AWAY from the Earth with EQUAL speed, that means that the Universe STARTED from the Earth.

Information Mercenaries

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A conspiracy theorist is a person or a group of persons, including contractors and agents, acting as information mercenaries, to introduce and reinforce propaganda programming agenda, to distract, to confuse the general population. They work by means of inaccurate reporting, identity theft, black mail, industrial espionage, fraud.

Artificial Intelligence can identify and render their work ineffective.




October 6, 2015

x83 daylight moon 47%

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Include in your contract a Limitation of Liability clause, an agreement between you and the client to establish the maximum liability you will be responsible for if there is a claim by the client on the project.

Any professional firm that continually accepts unlimited project risks can eventually expect huge losses and, perhaps, financial disaster. An LoL allocates a project’s risk in some reasonable proportion to the profits and other benefits to be derived by each party.

You may have more success in obtaining a Limitation of Liability from your client if you use a preprinted form that contains an LoL provision with a blank space you can use to specify the liability cap.

Be sure to select a limit that is meaningful (e.g., an amount tied to your project fees) and takes into account potential damages on a project.



  1. As a general rule, any contract without an LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. (Some exceptions are projects for public entities, which almost never agree to an LoL.) Also, don’t use a preprinted liability cap in your agreement, as it may weaken the premise that the clause was negotiated.
  2. Language that would permit your client to withhold payment of disputed invoices.
  3. Other terms that, in effect, guarantee, such as “all,” “every,” “insure,” “ensure,” “assure,” “state” or “declare.”
  4. Any language in a client-drafted contract that would make you responsible for consequential damages.
  5. Any language that calls for your “supervision” on a jobsite, or any extreme contract language that calls for you to “assure strict compliance” with plans and specifications or to provide services beyond the traditional standard of care. Delete any client-provided contract clause that gives you control or charge of the contractor, including the authority to stop work.
  6. A contract that doesn’t call for mediation as the first step in dispute resolution. Otherwise, you’ll have a difficult time convincing a client to use mediation when the two of you are in the middle of a dispute.
  7. Any client-drafted clauses that ask you to agree (or even certify) that the scope of services proposed will be “adequate to meet the project needs,” that you will “provide any and all professional services necessary for completion of the project” or similar sweeping language.
  8. A client’s contract language that requires you to “perform to the highest standard of practice.” Nor should you accept broad or ambiguous language such as “appropriate” or “necessary,” or provisions that would have the client making a unilateral determination as to the performance of your services, such as “to the satisfaction of the Client,” or “in the Client’s sole judgment.”
  9. Language that permits only the client to terminate or that transfers the ownership of documents.
  10. A contract that doesn’t address the issue, since, in the absence of such a clause, a court may follow what it believes to be precedent or it may make new law based on its predilections.



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360 1941 Battle

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October 4, 2015


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A fellow had just been hired as the new CEO of a large high tech corporation. The CEO who was stepping down met with him privately and presented him with three numbered envelopes. “Open these if you run up against a problem you don’t think you can solve,” he said.

Well, things went along pretty smoothly, but six months later, sales took a downturn and he was really catching a lot of heat. About at his wit’s end, he remembered the envelopes. He went to his drawer and took out the first envelope. The message read, “Blame your predecessor.”

The new CEO called a press conference and tactfully laid the blame at the feet of the previous CEO. Satisfied with his comments, the press — and Wall Street – responded positively, sales began to pick up and the problem was soon behind him.

About a year later, the company was again experiencing a slight dip in sales, combined with serious product problems. Having learned from his previous experience, the CEO quickly opened the second envelope. The message read, “Reorganize.” This he did, and the company quickly rebounded.

After several consecutive profitable quarters, the company once again fell on difficult times. The CEO went to his office, closed the door and opened the third envelope.

The message said, “Prepare three envelopes.”

October 3, 2015

GearVR N-Trig Stylus

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360 Grand Canyon

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October 2, 2015


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September 28, 2015

Limitations Of The Human Condition

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A year from now you will wish you had started today

  • There is only so far you can see in detail. x83
  • There are only  so many new items per day one can learn. 7
  • There are only so many tasks one can do at the same time. 1
  • There are only so many people ones inner circle. 7
  • There are only so many hours per day one can be productive. 5
  • There are only so many things and procedures one can remember. not much. out of sight out of mind.
  • There are only so small changes one can detect in time. Gradualism.
  • There are only so many ideas one can process. write them down.

This video previously contained a copyrighted audio track. Due to a claim by a copyright holder, the audio track has been muted.

x83 sun down

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Social Programming

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September 27, 2015

Where Are The Sattelites

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Manufactured Consent

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September 25, 2015

Star Wars – The Force Awakens

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September 23, 2015

x83 moon 64%

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September 21, 2015


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September 20, 2015


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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

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Soverignity and jurisdiction bypassed by contract. Fiction, AI vs people, humans.

September 19, 2015


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September 17, 2015


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September 13, 2015


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