Pre-election [1]

9. Physical properties

1. One side effect of the sun bending light?
2. What’s the double slit electron experiment show?
3. How does E=MC squared work?

8. Criminal farce going on in the US

Developed further over at OoL.

7. Gal Gadot is the ONLY exception to the rule

Looks a rubbish film, awful costume but Gal is quite a gal.

6. Anyone into divination?

https://phys.org/news/2019-12-critical-gap-weather.html

Scientists working on the next frontier of weather forecasting are hoping that weather conditions 3-to-4 weeks out will soon be as readily available as seven-day forecasts. Having this type of weather information—called subseasonal forecasts—in the hands of the public and emergency managers can provide the critical lead time necessary to prepare for natural hazards like heat waves or the next polar vortex.

5.  Some more tweets

4. Havilland DH-89A

https://dailytimewaster.blogspot.com/2019/12/havilland-dh-89a-little-awkward-looking.html

3. There’ve been some good tweets of late

And:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/12/08/boris-johnsons-three-part-plan-has-ingredients-economic-boom/

2. Monday morning [2]

How’s yours going?

I was lying on my bed
Feelin’ like I was nearly dead
Got my soul on fire
Mama you can’t mean it
I was bleeding from my pride
I was bleeding from my eyes
Got my soul on fire
Mama you can cream it
Early morning rise
Got my guts in my eyes
Got my soul on fire
All right

Stunning lyrics, Goethe and Pushkin were almost worthy of Radio Birdman. Australian too. Not just Australian either but from Sydney Town. Not just from Sydney Town either but from the Oxford Tavern in Taylor Square. So there!

1. Monday morning [1]

Stirring from, escaping from, this flu-ridden abode to get some much-needed jobs done, before returning to some ‘proper’ blogging postprandially.

Wandered over to OoL and the ‘fanciful’ post on Gabbard and Hazza and of course, standard positions have been resorted to by commenters, I see.

Interesting thing, really, how, for something which does not exist in their stated positions on sky fairies, there is so much expenditure and organisation behind the job of burning churches, infiltrating denominations and occupying key positions, fleecing customers seeking salvation and generally preaching that which even an atheist knows is apostasy.

The parallels with the mania, at all levels, to label anyone calling out the jihadi imperative ‘phobic’, that it’s all baseless ‘hate speech’ on our part – the parallels are uncanny.

And examples abound. In 2007, I latched onto some excellent work by people such as Brian Gerrish and started calling out an organisation out of the ODPM called Common Purpose, under one Julia Middleton. Oh no, said some fellow bloggers and the sillier readers – whack-job, swivel-eyed loon, tinfoil-hatter.

Fine. Now it’s mainstream and there’s a new one. I also latched onto a phenomenon called Momentum, hellbent on taking over Labour and relating it to a speech by Senator William Jenner in 1954, the text which has been run here many times.

I latched onto Amanda Bynes and many other ‘starlets’ as being drugged out shells of humans, so clearly abused and with minder tagging along. Fanciful, that was called. Vivid imagination. Ditto Alyssa Milano now and hundreds can be listed.

Posts were run here on Laurel Canyon being behind the flower power SF revolution of the 60s and its connection with Woodstock. That connection was easy to establish – John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas, whose daughter refuses to retract the rape and mental cruelty allegations.

Which then gets us into all the rest, from Monarch and MK Ultra to the old boy psychiatric net and of course the military. Check out Laurel Canyon’s Zappa’s father’s bio. Check out that of many in that hippy enclave and all is not as it seemed to the world.

Why the mass spreading of narcotics? Check out Yuri Bezmenov and the demoralisation of a nation. Look at it from the point of view of the Russian brass, with NATO and the CIA on its doorstep. What would you do, were you the Russian Papa?

I mean, somewhere along the way, you really must drop this river in Egypt stuff and start to acknowledge what is. Ah, but some have an agenda not to, do they not? Each time I see a piece of trolling, some mockery of someone laying some chapter and verse down, my first reaction is to check out the background of the mocker and why that might be so.

It’s no different, really, to someone on Twitter saying don’t split the vote, only the CP can deliver Brexit, and then you see his connection with the CP. I’m being dropped again by many old friends who are hardline Tory, they never really were wedded to Brexit itself. That’s how it goes. The farce in the States starting today and I don’t mean Bill Barr’s report – it’s yet another example of the subterfuge stemming from the agenda.

Nuff for now.

Further reading, via Chuckles

https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=19238
The phrase “conspiracy theory” now applied to anyone dredging up old scandals or old controversies. You can be sure that next year, anyone mentioning the FBI spying scandal will be called a conspiracy theorist.

[H/T Chuckles and haiku]

14 comments for “Pre-election [1]

  1. Mark Matis
    December 9, 2019 at 13:29

    Well it’s not actually the “Barr report”. It is instead the Horowitz report. Barr is the Attorney General. Horowitz is the Inspector General for the DoJ. Horowitz is responsible for investigating malfeasance within the organization. And was appointed by Barry Soetoro.

    There are no “good employees” in either the FBI or the DoJ, and there have not been any since at least Whitey Bulger. And the stench goes all the way down to the lowest levels. Execute every one of them for their treason, then put their heads on pikes around the Beltway. Pour encourager les autres!!!

    • December 9, 2019 at 15:10

      Yes, just looked through it. I read Comey’s already exonerated.

  2. Andy5759
    December 9, 2019 at 17:57

    9. Rainbows, quantum entanglement, Albert was almost right. I am always wrong.

  3. Chuckles
    December 9, 2019 at 18:44

    1. Daylight Saving Time.
    2. Two slits?
    3. It’s called an equation.The left-hand-side equals the right-hand-side.

  4. Twisted Root
    December 9, 2019 at 19:50

    #9

    1. People who believe the earth is a globe can pretend it isn’t flat.
    2. Two mutually exclusive things can be true at the same time.
    3. It doesn’t.

  5. Andy5759
    December 9, 2019 at 22:18

    2. It went very well, so well that I think it may not have happened at all. The afternoon lasted a wee bit longer, until it morphed into evening at about half last three. Evening proper usually happens after I have spent a rewarding few minutes shouting at the BBC News. That’s when my mind turns to getting out, not out of itself but out of the house. The siren call of squeaking beer pumps hails me. It’s that time of year again. Office parties, amatuere drinkers, cocaine floating in the air, uneaten food. Regular drinkers being informed that there’s no room at the inn. I told them that I am very wise and come from the east, that’s when I scurried to the dingy back street boozer. Where I am now until this evening becomes this morning. Life is fine.

  6. woodsy42
    December 10, 2019 at 00:43

    I’m not sure about 1. Maybe showing that light is affected by gravity, therefore has mass, therefore can be regarded as a particle as well as wave energy?
    And No 2 demonstrates (in old fashoined 20th C physics)that electrons can be regarded as waves or particles.
    Maybe everything can sometimes behave as a wave and sometimes a particle – that could explain a lot of day to confusion!
    As for No 3, I dunno, approximately I suppose.

  7. Wolfie
    December 10, 2019 at 00:52

    The regional investment programme looks much like every other we’ve seen over the years, another vehicle for putting taxpayer’s money into the hand of cronies. Does nobody understand economics anymore?

    • December 10, 2019 at 08:24

      It does have that feel to it, even to a layman [me].

  8. December 10, 2019 at 01:05

    1. You’re seeing light distorted, so technically, I guess you’re seeing something where it is actually not.
    2. “Is light made up of particles or a wave?”
    3. Mass at the speed of light is converted to energy.

    • December 10, 2019 at 08:23

      N1 spot on, N3 matter of great dispute.

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