“Conspiracy theories” serve a number of uses. On an individual level, they can provide a comfortingly simple explanation for the swirling complexity of existence. Chaos can be a more terrifying concept than even the most evil of imagined villains. On an evolutionary level, a certain level of paranoia probably kept our ancestors alive. People who acted as if there was a tiger behind the tree, or hordes of enemies over the hills, were more likely to survive than those who didn’t. And on a political level, that fear can be exploited with frightening ease. …
The article below outlines the case for what Qanon is, where is came from, and who was behind it:
Given its length and breadth, there were many elements on which it could only touch briefly. It focused on the narrative, rather than the evidence. This article will focus on the evidence, rather than the narrative. Its purpose is to provide the supplementary documentation to support the claims in the article above. It offers material found in the course of investigation. Make of it what you will, that’s the whole of the law.
The influence of perception is one of the defining features of modern life. Ever since Thomas Barratt used a nice painting to make Pears Soap more appealing, people have competed to change our minds about things. De Beers created the idea that their product, diamonds, were an essential part of marriage. Edward Bernays put cigarettes in the hands of marching suffragettes to make them “Torches of Freedom”.
It’s clear that this phenomenon is a massive danger which poses a serious threat to our society. The de-stabilisation of truth, combined with the increased militarisation of both civilians and state forces, on the way towards what’s looking sure to be a contested election, is a recipe for deadly disaster.
The Great Awakening
You have arrived.
It’s been a long journey. Take a moment. Take a deep breath. Get a glass of water and sit down. This is going to be long. It’s going to make you uncomfortable. It’s not what you thought it was going to be, but it’s what you didn’t even know you needed to hear. The totality of this is greater than the sum of its parts and I implore you to read all the way to the end. It’s going to make you angry. It’s going to make you feel a lot of things you…
1. Do humans release Greenhouse Gases?
2. Does the earth produce GHGs?
3. Does the earth absorb GHGs?
4. Do humans absorb GHGs?
5. So what is happening to the total?
7. Now, what is that total, as a percentage of the atmosphere?
8. Can 0.05% percent of something make a difference?
8. So what do these gasses do? Plant food right, plants love a bit of carbon.
9. Do they also regulate the temperature of the planet?
10. So will more of them will make it warmer?
11. What was the concentration of GHGs in 1800?
12. And what…
Every few hundred years, the planet Venus passes directly between the Earth and the Sun. And if you watch it really carefully, and measure the time it takes its silhouette to cross the Sun’s face from one side to the other, from a few different points on Earth, you can use those measurements to figure out all sorts of sizes and distances within the solar system.
Johannes Kepler was the first person to predict it, in 1627, saying that it would happen 2 years later. Humans were on their way to figuring out the cosmos and their place within it…
Just trying to figure it out