Category: History & Culture

not art, music, performing arts or literature

Florida bridge collapse – unethical, lying feminists of no discernible talent

I knew it, I knew it! I knew something stank in all this. The moment she inserted that line in red in the report, I couldn’t say anything more because I didn’t have the data.

Here are “minority” workers at work:

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The whole Speakers’ Corner biz was right to do, the outcry over Telford is also right and well done but this other issue below is kept low priority and it should be something much higher.

Perhaps that won’t be apparent in the first item from France:

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Death of science?

Albion Awakening:

Hardly anybody nowadays feels the above sense of oppression by ‘science’ – science has waned in the public consciousness, even as the number of people employed as ‘scientists’ has increased more than tenfold… partly because the number of people employed as ‘scientists’ has increased more than tenfold.

With the death of Stephen Hawking, famous more for being crippled and anti-religion than for the scope of his scientific achievements, and the non-personing of Jim Watson in 2007; most people could not name a single living scientist – nor could a single living scientist’s name be recognised by most people.

The reason is obvious enough – real science has disappeared from the official and professional institutions and been replaced by, absorbed by, The Bureaucracy. The biggest and most heavily-funded ‘scientific’ projects are actually engineering (the human genome project, hadron collider, renewed interest in space travel…) and/ or a pack of lies propagated for political reasons (anthropogenic global warming, the best-selling ‘new’ medical drugs…).More here ...

Perge indeed

In 2001, he was awarded a knighthood for “Services to Art and Design Education” and chose as his motto “PERGE SCELUS MIHI DIEM PERFICIAS”, which can be translated as “Proceed, varlet, and let the day be rendered perfect for my benefit”. That is, ‘Go ahead, punk, make my day’.

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Something I saw yesterday had me thinking of a lesson I taught in Russia one afternoon.

And this today:

As a professor in that faculty, it did not mean just lectures and symposia, it also meant tutoring and that was my favourite work – about 12 girls and sometimes a boy or two from 18 years of age to about 22.  If you’re not fascinated by human interaction, I’d suggest you shouldn’t be in the game and these were interesting young men and women.… More here ...