Sitting by myself thinking, I'm my own world.
In my head, everyone cares, out there everyone just stairs.
Everyone is dead, but I'm alive when in my bed.
Records playing those old songs that piss off your mom, I feel better once everyone is gone.I'm in my head the world is full of love and passion, out there they only care about money and fashion.In my place I feel safe, don't need to be fake or put on my face.In my head I talk about the meaning of life, out there it only causes Strife.
In my zone, I won't pick up the phone, I need some time to recharge.
Solitude is my best friend, she's always there without someone to offend.
I'm my quiet place, I'm not alone, I have the moon and the stars, the wind and the sun because In my head, Is where I have the most fun.
When you create an environment where you say it's ok for me to be disrespected because I don't have any respect for myself, people get comfortable with your lack of self-respect for your own self and act accordingly. It is you who sets the theme for how the world should treat you. If you want respect, act like you're a person who values respect, starting with your own body.
We all know that how we dress sends a message. Whether it's wearing sweats and a t-shirt to the grocery store that screams don't look at me, I just had to run in to pick something up quick but I hope I don't see anyone I know don't look at me, the business-suit that you wear to an interview that says I want you to recognize and respect me as a professional, the black dress you wear to a funeral that says my dress reflects respect for the loss of the family, or the nano-skirt with the peek-a-boo blouse that is an obvious invitation to "come play".
I am one of the skeptics who people like to insult by labeling us as "denialists". No one is arguing that the climate isn't changing but I continue to be very skeptical of the catastrophic prediction that have come out of the IPCC and others. Their predictions have not been fulfilled invalidating the IPCC models used to make the predictions. The pro AGW argument now being made is that the catastrophic changes are still coming but oh, we were wrong only in the timing. The other area of skepticism arises in the role CO2 plays in this argument. There is a very significant scientific debate ongoing with regard the role and impact of CO2 on the global climate. The CO2 issue is at the heart of the catastrophic AGW community and its effects are still very much an open and unresolved question.
The debate climate change debate proves that there is no consensus about why the earth warms and cools. One thing is certain: there are many poor people in the world who do not have the basic necessities, and there are many rich people in developed countries who have way more than we need. Instead of trying to stop people from being born, or countries from developing, we need to find ways for rich countries to foster more simple lifestyles, so we stop wasting the goods of the earth, and so there will be enough for all people to live with dignity. If we thought of everyone in the world as a brother and sister, rather than as someone to compete against and eliminate, we would all be happier, and there would be a better chance for lasting peace on earth.
I hate when people bring up the founding fathers and the constitution when referring to liberty. Thomas Jefferson was in Paris during the constitutional convention. John Adams was in London. Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, and John Hancock refused to go to the constitutional convention because they thought it was basically a big statist plot. Many of the people that signed the constitution were slave owners, and all of the signers hated it. The federalists didn't think it gave the government enough powers, and the anti-federalists thought that everything in the constitution would be taken out of context in order to grow the government. They just thought signing it would be better than doing nothing. Also, the constitution did not stop the government from invading Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Iran (1953), Korea, Vietnam, or any of the other countries since world war 2. The second amendment did not stop the national firearms act in 1934, gun control act of 1968, the machine gun ban in 1986, the background check bill in 1993, or the gun free school act in 1995 (although it did stop the one in 1990). The third amendment did not stop the asset forfeiture laws which allow police (which are essentially soldiers today) to steal a house if the person is suspected of being a drug dealer. The fourth amendment did not stop the Patriot Act or the NSA Prism / Xkeyscore programs. The fifth amendment does not stop eminent domain because the term "just compensation" is subjective, and with regards to the NDAA it's still in the court system, it was banned for a little bit then a higher court declared it to be constitutional but we'll have to wait until it goes to the supreme court- and we can all guess how that will turn out. I could go on about every other "constitutional right" that is violated, and the government can get away with it by saying "rights aren't unlimited, so these policies aren't a violation of your constitutional rights" which basically means they determine our rights. Also, the original constitution has 3 federal crimes (there have been 4 since the 13th amendment) but the government has over 4,500 federal crimes. Also, the constitution says only congress can coin money- not the federal reserve- but that hasn't stopped the fed in the past hundred years. I don't think congress should coin / print money- but the point is that the constitution does not allow the federal reserve to print money. Believe it or not, the government's guns have a little more power than a piece of paper.
There may be more technology today than in the past, but amazingly, people's awareness about what actually exists is still the exact same: People still base reality upon what they are told by the elite. If I traveled back in time and told the ancient people that their god-king was, in fact, an alien, they would laugh at me because their worldview was solely based off of what their god-king told them. And, unfortunately, it is the exact same case with you guys. So, if you are wondering how ignorant people were back then, you need not wonder because times have not changed. Earth's knowledge-ignorance control pyramid is still in full effect.
I have learned to believe that Obama is just a puppet put there on purpose.These politicians are smart...they knew how to hook line and sinker most black Americans in this country into trusting a president because he is half black.Obama can't do anything...were still going to war..setting up war bases everywhere.The economy is still in a horrible state because presidents are doing what the system has designed them to do. Obama also appeals to white people because he is half white...so Obama really takes care of both sides of the issue so to speak atl east.Sadly race is still a tool that is used to control the masses nothing changed when slavery was "abolished" they just got smarter about how the had slaves...modern day wage workers are no different from most slaves back in the day.The system is playing out exactly how it was programmed to do.It's not really about race I don't think it's just about power and the people in the government want it.They want obama in because people are easily duped by all his many failed promises .This goes for every other president in the past for the most part besides a few good apples.I do fear the alternative to Obama and that is Mitt Romney this country will go to shit if he becomes president.We are not voting for the lesser of two evils here we are voting for the same exact evil just wrapped in a different package.Obama and Romney both want war more laws and economic spending.Democrats and republicans are the same party..no matter how much you might like Obama for overcoming such a hardship and becoming the first black president of the united states.Under different circumstances I would love Obama the problem is obama is a joke and a puppet for the masters someone put them in place and it was done very strategically .The game is designed to enslave us..the people in government are kings and queens and we are the pawns.I know it's easy to fall for Obamas crap I voted him in.He seams caring and warm and honest but remember folks we pay good money to Hollywood just to see some people lie to us.Obama has bad people working for him...very bad people but that's not problem.If he cant do the job then screw it..we can't settle..they are supposed to be representing WE THE PEOPLE not war..not money..not their ranks or the power structures..not states nor judges WE THE PEOPLE have the power to over turn our government and create a new one.The notion that Republicans and Democrats are diametrically opposed political parties. You know, the idea that they're bitter political opponents. They fight over everything. They hate each other. divide and conquer has worked.Trust me Obama isnt there to protect anything or help anyone he is put there to keep repeating the same bullshit over and over again..you should feel sorry for Obama because he is nothing but a tool.We are more powerful than the big business and politicians realize... we have the power to stop buying their products, banking with them. Your dollar, that you worked hard for, does have power. together we can say - WAKE UP A-HOLES! The game is over.""And children who need a meal go without because our politicians won't stop thinking of themselves long enough or how to win the next election, too look around them and see how bad it is. You aren't helping Mr. politician... Im f**kn (sic) angry that Children are dying everyday... "
"Problem is those with the power - government and big business, want this system to keep going. Its (sic) suits them. I don't want to do business with these f**kers anymore. Do you? if a company isn't giving back, stop buying from them... "
When many different, widely separated cultures tell the same story, the probability exists that these are not mere flights of fancy, but valid observations.In earlier times man worshipped heavenly bodies as gods. Myths proclaim, "We once lived in the presence of the gods". These gods were visible powers, often capricious, and frequently violent. The priestly astronomers of ancient Mesopotamia and elsewhere make clear that these remarkable powers were planets. If the myths surrounding these gods are to be taken seriously, they raise many questions. Why did ancient man worship the god Saturn? The planet Saturn is very difficult for the average person to even find in the sky today.
Some mythologists postulate that there is evidence in ancient lore to connect the scarred warrior hero of legend with the god Mars. Yet the planet we know as Mars is only a tiny speck in the sky today; and its deep, 2,400 mile-long canyon (scar), Valles Marineris, cannot be seen from Earth without a powerful telescope.
Why did the ancients depict Venus as a fiery dragon or a goddess with flowing hair, when that planet is merely a bright dot in the sky today?
If these ancient writings were based on valid observations rather than fantasy, what do they tell us? Cochrane, Cardona, and Talbott theorize that Earth formerly moved in an assembly of planets having no resemblance to our current solar system. As seen from Earth, several planets appeared together as towering forms in the northern sky. In its stable phase, the planets moved in "collinear" equilibrium - they stayed in a line as the system moved through space. For observers on earth, the result was a unified configuration in the heavens, visually dominated by a large glowing planet – one we theorize to have been Saturn (then seen without its present ring system). This highly unusual planetary assembly was centered on the north celestial pole. It was regarded around the world as the cosmic center, the theater of the gods.
This can only mean that the axis of Earth was directed along a line running through the collinear system. When the earliest religious texts and mythical sources are permitted to speak for themselves, this is precisely the arrangement they describe. What the ancients were seeing when they depicted the Sun as three concentric discs was a different alignment of planets from what we see in the sky today. They suggest that at one time Earth was in a polar alignment - an alignment Talbott, Cardona, and Cochrane theorize as having been with Saturn, Venus and Mars; - the large outer disc in the pictographs being Saturn, the next inner disc representing Venus (often with rays emanating from it) and the center dark or red disc being Mars.
The view of a crescent with a star-like body at its center is impossible if our moon were the crescent. However, it would indeed be the scene viewed from Earth in its polar alignment if the crescent were Saturn, somewhat illuminated by the Sun, and the star-like object, Mars, being superimposed upon Venus.
Might the flowing hair of Venus, or the "fiery dragon" (as that planet is depicted in many ancient myths and drawings) actually have been the glowing ions of twisting Birkeland currents (or "stringy things" as mainstream astronomers call them)? Pictographs showing ladder formations and tales of a "Ladder to Heaven" or "Jacob's Ladder" might well be based on sightings of Birkeland currents and plasma instabilities such as those Peratt has seen in his plasma laboratories. It is interesting to note how often a sphere (planet?) is included in pictures of the Chinese dragon.
One of the attributes that separates the human from the animals is our yearning to know about our world and our sky - to wonder about the cosmos and have a desire to find out how it works and what is up there. Another attribute is that we do not like to be told things that are untrue and have these ideas forced on us by people who claim to have superior knowledge and intellect. We have been told that we average humans are not capable of really understanding the cosmos - that it is inhabited by mysterious and invisible forces and entities that only impenetrably abstract mathematics can explain. We are told to just passively accept whatever the 'experts' tell us. We have become so intimidated by how complicated modern science has become that we throw up our hands and say, "You're the experts - we'll believe what ever you tell us." And they say, "That's good, because our continued funding depends on your feeling that way." What will the reaction of the taxpaying public be if and when they realize the full extent to which they are being bilked by the scientific power-structure?
Educated lay-people have abdicated their responsibility to think proactively and ask the questions that will keep science honest. It seems we would rather just lie back and believe whatever we read in "Discover" magazine. If 'they' tell us black-holes and dark matter exist - so be it. The public has become enthralled by the magic show that astronomy, particle physics, and some other sciences have become. Why does every TV 'science' program have background music that is more appropriate for a sci-fi horror movie? And a narrator's voice that sounds like God? The public apparently enjoys the magic, mystery-tour aura of most of present day science 'shows'. The ship of science, captained by astronomy and astrophysics, is not just steering a wobbling course - it is miles off track and it is intentionally laying down a smoke screen - implying that modern science has to be counter-intuitive and mysterious. The astronomical world badly needs a reality check. The challenges embodied in these pages constitute just that.
The real "truth" is that everything affects earth. The greatest influences on earth are not as manmade as these guys say. If we think about lunar, solar and other cycles, the earth goes through so many of them that science ought to study them and far more than they do. If they study this, they need to make their findings more open to the public. The truth, however, might scare the heck out of some.
The impending doom predicted in 2012 is an example of such a cycle. Some folks many thusands of years ago took a reading of the point we on earth were at in the whats known now as the "Milky way cycle". They determined what they saw as the beginning or end of a cycle. Move that forward to 2012 and the cycle starts over or ends as predicted. To put it mildly, they were "spot on" with their knowledge. Yet, the spot picked to begin with was when they first started. Of course that could have been given to them some way, but might also have been a simple decision to START somewhere, anywhere, here.
Yet there is no record of what has been changing on earth for the whole cycle. We can get close, but records from 5000 years ago are hard to interpret. I'm sure that rounding things of will irritate someone. I know the real figures.
The real point is that the planet, the whole universe, moves in cycles. Since we have grown up only thinkng in seasons we are nuts to assume this is all there is. For instance; if the Milky way cycle is there, which it really is, then what should we call the cycle that moves the milky way around. It probably has a name, but it certainly has not been out in the public knowledge base.
Do we know enough to make prediction from any of this, no. So science takes our lack of knowledge and takes full advantage of us in their political leanings.
There is truly only one basic ingredient at the root of all this. When we get to where those scientists really live in their minds, we find out that all wrongs are plainly human wrongs. Their basic goal must be interpreted as a wish to eliminate human interference with the planet.
This for all the people out there like to call people "welfare queens".The myth of the Welfare Queen has not died. Ask anyone on the street and they will almost all tell you they know someone who is living fat off the system and doing nothing for it. It was never true to begin with and is still not true but Reagan did one heck of a job selling it and to this day people believe it.It appears the true "welfare queens" are sitting in their corporate offices, smiling :)
Amazing how people complain about the money given out for social programs, but don't complain about gross over spending in other places. The military, stimulus programs and bailouts being the biggest culprits.
Yes, there is a small percentage of those who abuse the system, but the majority of those on government assistance these days need it.
Newsflash folks, there aren't enough jobs in this country due to our government allowing their corporate bosses to make the products we buy overseas free of tax and tariff. Nothing is made in this country anymore except weapons and trash, and a healthy economy can't survive off perpetual war and endless trash.
And the few jobs that are out there have a wage scale that doesn't match the cost of living.
Welfare and other social programs aren't the problem, it's the overspending and corruption by our so called elected officials that is.