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Posted by p/kresica Submitted 3 months ago.
Great Recession 2. 0
The one question I get is - "if they are doing this lockdown knowing it is just a regular virus then how can they gain from wrecking the global economy?" A fair question and here is my theory.

We have no economy in any real sense and probably haven't since the Arab Oil Crisis in 1973. What we have is a global credit economy. Money is free with nothing to back it apart from printing more money. You can get away with this for so long. Eventually a colossal economic crash occurs which is equal to the amount of borrowings. Just look at the debt of the average middle class family in the West and do the sums...

In recent decades they have used oil and oil wars to off-set the certain massive economic collapse. Whatever you think of Trump, he is not a Bush, Clinton or Obama and will not murder a million more Arabs to keep the global economy going. He is not a politician like them. This is the main reason all these CEOs have stepped down and why the EU has done a runner. The ponzi scheme is up.

There would be uprisings in every country if the collapse happened naturally and politicians, bankers and business leaders would be swinging from every lamppost. It would lead to massive civil unrest everywhere. Armies would form juntas in what are currently considered 'stable democracies'.

So what was their alternative? Scaling back the global economy to what it was in the early 70s as quickly as they can without them being lynched. Tell people it happened because of a virus. The Normies will accept this rather than an outright crash. The lockdown also allows behavioral modification and social controls to be introduced - via 'emergency legislation' to get people ready for food, fuel and unemployment shortages/queues. We are being trained right now.

This is the major global economic crash predicted for years. It's here. Disguised as pandemic so you do not murder your government. This is it. The Great Depression 2. Micro and Macromanaged ...
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Posted by p/kresica Submitted 3 months ago.
Great Recession 2. 0
The one question I get is - "if they are doing this lockdown knowing it is just a regular virus then how can they gain from wrecking the global economy?" A fair question and here is my theory.

We have no economy in any real sense and probably haven't since the Arab Oil Crisis in 1973. What we have is a global credit economy. Money is free with nothing to back it apart from printing more money. You can get away with this for so long. Eventually a colossal economic crash occurs which is equal to the amount of borrowings. Just look at the debt of the average middle class family in the West and do the sums...

In recent decades they have used oil and oil wars to off-set the certain massive economic collapse. Whatever you think of Trump, he is not a Bush, Clinton or Obama and will not murder a million more Arabs to keep the global economy going. He is not a politician like them. This is the main reason all these CEOs have stepped down and why the EU has done a runner. The ponzi scheme is up.

There would be uprisings in every country if the collapse happened naturally and politicians, bankers and business leaders would be swinging from every lamppost. It would lead to massive civil unrest everywhere. Armies would form juntas in what are currently considered 'stable democracies'.

So what was their alternative? Scaling back the global economy to what it was in the early 70s as quickly as they can without them being lynched. Tell people it happened because of a virus. The Normies will accept this rather than an outright crash. The lockdown also allows behavioral modification and social controls to be introduced - via 'emergency legislation' to get people ready for food, fuel and unemployment shortages/queues. We are being trained right now.

This is the major global economic crash predicted for years. It's here. Disguised as pandemic so you do not murder your government. This is it. The Great Depression 2. Micro and Macromanaged ...
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Posted by p/kresica Submitted 4 months ago.
#BeAnAstronaut
NASA is hiring astronauts for the future Moon and Mars missions from the civilian sector, and the conditions even are not that high.

Mostly they want a masters degree from some related technical science or from medical osteological science. In some cases, bachelor degree is enough if applicant worked in the studied field after (for X-number of hours).  Details in link.

Aspiring Moon to Mars explorers have until 11:59 p.m. EDT Tuesday, March 31, to apply.
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A similar sight was seen above Hutchinson, Kansas. Weather satellites confirmed the bizarre feature, which highlights the meteorological caprice that can give rise to such narrow swaths of snow. More than a foot of snow fell in the band, which was 10 to 15 miles wide in places. Just a few miles on either side, there were hardly flurries.

The thin stretch of intense snow was oriented northwest to southeast, passing through parts of Russell, Lincoln and Ellsworth counties in Kansas. The snow persisted toward Cottonwood Falls and Marion. Flight data shows that Marts' flight crossed over Interstate 70 heading west-southwest in the vicinity of Wilson and Dorrance, Kansas, a 15-minute car ride east of Russell and about 40 minutes northeast of Great Bend. Waconda Lake, just west of Beloit and Glen Elder, is visible in the distance.

Meteorologists have long vented about the challenges of prediction when it comes to difficult winter storm forecasts. But Tuesday's hyperlocal snow band was a step beyond what most Great Plains forecasters are accustomed to.
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"An early Earth without emergent continents may have resembled a 'water world,' providing an important environmental constraint on the origin and evolution of life on Earth as well as its possible existence elsewhere," geologists Benjamin Johnson and Boswell Wing wrote in a paper just published online by the journal Nature Geoscience.

Johnson is an assistant professor of geological and atmospheric sciences at Iowa State University and a recent postdoctoral research associate at the University of Colorado Boulder. Wing is an associate professor of geological sciences at Colorado. Grants from the National Science Foundation supported their study and a Lewis and Clark Grant from the American Philosophical Society supported Johnson's fieldwork in Australia.

Johnson said his work on the project started when he talked with Wing at conferences and learned about the well-preserved, 3.2-billion-year-old ocean crust from the Archaean eon (4 billion to 2.5 billion years ago) in a remote part of the state of Western Australia. Previous studies meant there was already a big library of geochemical data from the site.

Johnson joined Wing's research group and went to see ocean crust for himself -- a 2018 trip involving a flight to Perth and a 17-hour drive north to the coastal region near Port Hedland. After taking his own rock samples and digging into the library of existing data, Johnson created a cross-section grid of the oxygen isotope and temperature values found in the rock.

(Isotopes are atoms of a chemical element with the same number of protons within the nucleus, but differing numbers of neutrons. In this case, differences in oxygen isotopes preserved with the ancient rock provide clues about the interaction of rock and water billions of years ago.)

Once he had two-dimensional grids based on whole-rock data, Johnson created an inverse model to come up with estimates of the oxygen isotopes within the ancient oceans. The result: ...
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