Greg Tingey

Greg Tingey

  • Commented on Happy 21st Century!
    Interesting ( If depressing ) More details, please, if it's not too sensitive / cover-blowing?...
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    EC @ 168 & Moz @ 169 Let me guess... Either Ultra-strict jewish "community" &/or ditto muslim ... Mustn't "offend" religious sensibilities, you know, even if it fucks everyone else over ... As Moz says, but I would put it...
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    Agree. Education leads to smaller families, everywhere - Charlie has also stated this. Also agreed that we are in overshoot territory, since there are so many of "us" around & that that overlap period is the dangerous bot. I think...
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    COBBLERS As several others have pointed out. Reproductive rates are aleady dropping EVERYWHERE All it needs is better education & better lving conditions, with an option on silencing the "priests"...
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    Compliance with genocide READ THIS: https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/armenia-genocide-nazi-germany-poland-isis-looting-war-a8367071.html...
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    Bellinghman @ 132 The organisation in question has been in existence for over three quarters of a millennium, so it has survived the Black Death amongst other events. The Corproration? Jay @ 134 Cobblers. PROVIDED we can get the reprodcution...
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    Nile @ 97 Banks and tech companies actively seek out graduates with no family commitments, and cultivate socipathic traits among those who progress to management. And women's pay, prospects & employment-grades are lower ... Anyone notice a correlation here? Charlie...
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    Moz @ 73 "The Company Store" Which is 100% illegal in Britain, & probably is in AUS. [ Look up "The Truck Acts" ] Given that, how come "they" - the AUS right-wingers are getting away with it, I wonder....
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    Megpie71 @ 41 HOW dis AUS get that bad - really, slowly, boiling-frog style, so that no-one noticed? This makes the cruelty of the convict times look almost benign. [ Mind you, many years ago at ( I think Brtighton...
  • Commented on Happy 21st Century!
    To which I would add the iran-Iraq war ... WWI type battles with late 20thC technology. What was the body count again?...
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    cdodgson @ 4 Yes, well, there are always people who will join the SS same as there are always people who do the opposite thing. The qustion is: Which "faction", not so much wins, as gets the greatest traction? I...
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    I've already commented on this dystopian take. It's a very useful warning, but some of it won't happen at all, some of it will be headed off by people power & some of it is plain wrong. Unless DT manages...
  • Commented on Cthulhu Counterfactual
    I was in a central London office at that time (!) All work stopped, as we tried to access the latest news, & the internet slowed to a creaking crawl under the weight of people trying for information...... Conversely, on...
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    Antipope STORM Refuge, dammit (!)...
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    It also uses cookies to maintain your login session if you create a username and password so that you can comment .... And it &/or my computer are screwing with that process at the moment - I THINK I've changed...
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    Whitroth @ 159 There WAS a n other form of Libertarianism - I assume you've heard of Kropotkin? Agree re R Paul & the other hypocrites, though .... Other sub-thread. If the Visitors from Outer Space arrive, with sales brochures...
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    Martin @ 147 Ever come across a book called: "Mud, Blood & Poppycock" ?? Well worth a read about the myths endlessly repeated about WWI Points out that over the whole battle, you were much more likely to be killed...
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    [ Answering several points, because of my re-logging problem ] Frank Landis @ 117 Yes, this is why properly looked-after allotment "farming" is so efficient. Disadvantage - very time-consuming - almost impossible for a family with both parents in full-time...
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    ADMIN NOTE of my own I assume that the unable-to-repost in a short timespan has been deliberately extended - not a problem if so. BUT: My login has been corrupted & I have to retype the password every time &...
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    NO And partially yes - much more in the usa than here & probably not in most of the EU Starvation for the untermenschen - not going to go that far, the push-back is already under way. See here, f'rinstance...
  • Commented on Cthulhu Counterfactual
    You omitted the Iran-Iraq war, which cost many lives.Though, of course neither the "West" nor the Soviets were directly involved....
  • Commented on Not dead but dreaming
    "No wave-function collapse" Yes, well, & R Feynman suggeste that this was the case, some time ago ..... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ joat @ 297 BOLLOCKS I don't know about "nobody is right" ( Though a physicist or engineer would disagree under certain...
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    Wars start because someone ( or a group of same) think that they can "get away with it" &/or that the "costs" will be low ( "The Short Victorious War" clanger, in fact. ) Whatever the UK's failings, most notably...
  • Commented on Cthulhu Counterfactual
    Barring some kind of powerful intervention I expect WWII-level violence in the next ten years. Yout too? But how are the "sides" going to be divided? And who will they be - which leads to the other question: Are we...
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    Already on my "To read" list, assuming I get that far ( As usual! )...
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    AH the cyclical fal or even "fall" of civilisations. No matter what the reconstructionists/revisionists say, the period approx 400-1200 CE in W Europe was a pretty dark Age, even though much was kept further East. If you really want a...
  • Commented on Not dead but dreaming
    That's approx half a million tonnes - coming in at a relative velocity of what ... Would make a big splash/hole, wouldn't it?...
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    More & more epicycles ........
  • Commented on Not dead but dreaming
    Carefully trimming, on the off-cahnce that E Verlinde's TESTABLE hypotheses concerning gravity might actually have something in them ... oops. Is a paradigm shift approaching? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Tim H @ 272 Almost There's not much doubt that anything at all which...
  • Commented on Not dead but dreaming
    And everyone else ... A lot of this is obviously aimed at US so-called "banks" The story is very different over here, where regulation is much tighter, I'm glad to say. There have been cases of banks screwing around, and,...
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