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 on: July 17, 2018, 01:19:38 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

(I usually post here on Sundays, but I forgot this time.)

Real ID: Americans Forced To Comply By 2020—No Compliance, No Entry and The Bill Already Passed

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers at center of 40-day standoff

Traces of chemical weapons agent found in shrimp in Sweden

Germans favor withdrawal of US troops, not paying more for US 'protection'

Leak at Porton Down lab may be behind UK nerve-agent poisonings

Is anyone else really truly sick and tired of seeing forced diversity and multiculturalism coming from all angles in modern Western society?

You have been watching one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president

1995 clip of a-hole Eric Holder saying people need to be brainwashed daily about evils of guns

How Entertainment Shows Have Become Vehicles for Gun Control Propaganda

UK Vigilantes Attack Rape Gang Suspects

Woman commits suicide after Syrian rapist is set free

Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Deploy U.S. Military Inside Mexico to Stop Illegal Immigration, Drug Smuggling

Trump actually dropped a really big threat, but everyone missed it

Top Voting Machine Vendor Admits It Installed Remote-Access Software on Systems Sold to States

A Female 'Firefighter' Shows Why You'd Want a Man to Rescue You

Sixteen states including the swing states of Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia use voting machines provided by Soros-connected company Smartmatic

Feels like shareblue and company shifted gears

Algeria Sick of Sub-Saharan Invaders Deports Tens of Thousands Back South to Niger

MGM Resorts International sues more than 1,000 victims from Las Vegas mass shooting, denying any liability [one of many events that never happened in reality]

Vatican says nuns don't have to be "chaste" during service - physical virginity optional

PUTIN BLOWS APART RUSSIA COLLUSION PROBE [Both sides are probably faking the whole thing]

Democrat Steve Cohen Calls For A Military Coup To Unseat Trump

Dem Fraud: Identical Anti-Kavanaugh Letters Run in 21 Papers, All Signed Differently

Confessions of An "Economic Hitman" - Peels Back A Thick Layer of What's Going On [It's probably fake too]

Planned Parenthood Kills More Blacks in 2 Weeks than the KKK Killed in a Century

Why hasn't google been tamed by anti-trust laws yet?

Judge Gives Black Antifa Leader Probation for Rapes of Underage Children [Was the prosecution competent?]

Trump-Putin Summit Success: Neocons Furious

Denmark Passes a "Ghetto Plan" to Deal with "Underpriveleged Areas" Created by Muslims

This is what happens when you disagree with intelligence agencies

Japanese women commonly experience mental breakdowns when visiting Paris

Obama Legitimizing South African President Cyril Ramaphosa -- Who Calls for White Genocide and Land Confiscation / Blatant and Disgusting RACISM from Ex-President

Judge Shrugs At 1st Amendment, Orders News Site To Take Down Info It Got From A Publicly-Available Court Filing

Uber driver kicks out Young Republicans for supporting Trump

Peace Talk Between Nuclear Superpowers Offends America's Assholes And Morons

US Federal Judge Rules Jews are a Protected Race - Not Just a Religion

Deep State is in a Panic Fearing Putin Shared with Trump Devastating Information Not Yet Reported [probably fake]

Shock and Awe Is Director Rob Reiners 6th Mega-Flop in a Row

End All Foreign Aid

Has the media declared war on white people?

Ron Paul calls Trump-Putin meeting 'a success'

Texas' New Sanctuary City Bill No Freebies or Help For Illegals

Electric Trap Donald Trump Sign! Hillary Clinton Supporter Gets Shocked Stealing Yard Sign

Maine Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Ban Gay Conversion Therapy

 on: July 15, 2018, 08:03:51 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

NH: Concord politician is sharp, except...

NH: Politician blows off my question (Concord, First Amendment audit)

NH: Politician pretends I'm not asking her questions (First Amendment Audit)

City of Dover law threatens anyone under 21 who possesses tobacco products

Ian Freeman, NH Libertarian Senate Candidate’s Response to NEA Questionnaire on Education

Keene Selected As Test Market for “DASH-Back” – Instant Cryptocurrency Rebates at Local Merchants

Another Anarchist Website [Anarchist is a stupid label to use]

NH Libertarian Senate Candidate Answers Questionnaire on Gun Freedoms

Video: Conan on Trial for Uninspected Vehicle

America: 10th Most Dangerous Country on Earth for Women?

The Bitcoin Scam

See some of the latest FSP news on Facebook

New Federal Stormwater Permit Kicks In For 60 N.H. Towns

How a Blind Spot in N.H.'s Juvenile Justice System Keeps Some Kids From Getting Help

Vermont Senator Leahy Offers Bill to Limit Border Patrol Checkpoints

Harassment Probe Reveals Long-Standing Concerns in Dartmouth’s Psychology Department

Online Sales Tax Ruling Focus of New N.H. Task Force

Many N.H. Towns Struggle With Recycling Costs, But Not Derry

Sununu Signs Bill For Year Supply of Birth Control Pills

Former N.H. Judge Disbarred from Practicing Law

Family Vacationing In N.H. Reeling After Arrest At Checkpoint 90 Miles From The Border

How Trade Tariffs Impact New Hampshire’s Export Economy

Concord City Council Expected To Pass Renewable Energy Goal

PSU Teams Up With Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network of N.H. to Address Bullying in Schools [School is for fish]

Big Crowd for MakerSpace Opening in Claremont

Curbside Compost Business Launches in Keene

Keene Woman Seeks Help For Relatives Separated At Border

Former Exeter High School Counselor Sentenced For Sexual Assault

Rochester Drug Recovery Center Faces Pushback From Neighbors

Split Supreme Court Says N.H. Residency Voting Bill is Constitutional

When It Comes to Cross-Border Sales Tax Fight, N.H.'s Been Here Before

 on: July 15, 2018, 07:18:23 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck


High-power thermoelectric generator utilizes thermal difference of only 5C

Compact and flexible supercapacitor developed using simple spray coating method

Engineers develop origami electronics from cheap, foldable paper

Salt is key ingredient for cheaper and more efficient batteries

Neural network to allow a car to learn to drive itself in just 20 minutes

Dubai's vertical farming to help quench thirst for own supply chain

How Nantes team's 3-D printing may alter shape of homes to come

Cooling buildings worldwide

Researchers use coal waste to create sustainable concrete

This Honda lawn mower can reach speeds up to 150mph

Russian cargo spacecraft makes fastest-ever trip to ISS

Virtual Reality May Help Save Ancient Egypt's 'Sistine Chapel'

1st Color X-Rays of Human Body

Russian cargo ship makes fastest-ever trip to space station


Researchers discover encryption system in genetic code

'Two-headed' ancient Egyptian mummy

Jumping genes: Cross species transfer has driven evolution

4 genetic traits that helped humans conquer the world - With thanks to interbreeding

13,000 year old clues of deluge and abrupt ice age found in Arctic

Slime molds are able to remember - but do they really learn?

Neutrino that struck Antarctica traced to galaxy 3.7 billion light years away

Crust-formation on Mars means red planet could have been habitable 100 million years before Earth was

New control of cell division discovered

What powers the most luminous galaxies?

Europa's ocean ascending

Faint outburst of an accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar observed by astronomers

Plasma-spewing quasar

Sound of electromagnetic energy moving between Saturn, Enceladus

Scientists discover 'ghost dunes' on Mars

First space tourist flights could come in 2019

Observatories team up to reveal rare double asteroid

NASA Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io

Fifty years ago, at Lake Mungo, the true scale of Aboriginal Australians’ epic story was revealed

The Stonehenge dead tell their stories

Scientists in Argentina discover ‘first giant’ dinosaur, pushing evolution of gigantism back 30 million years [Conventional dating is nuts]

Mexico earthquake leads to discovery of ancient temple

Archaeologists prepare to open huge granite sarcophagus in Egypt

A Minilithic Artefact for Rebooting Human Civilization in the Event of Global Cataclysm

Why won’t this debate about an ancient cold snap die?

Fingerprint of ancient abrupt climate change found in Arctic

Catastrophes & Climate Variations Timeline: Is there a cycle?

The Master Pattern of Sacred Metrology

Sacred Geometry, Geodyssey & the Bible. Revelation 11-1

The Cosmic Temple

Randall Carlson - Lost Civilization, Joe Rogan, Michael Shermer & Graham Hancock

*Burckle Crater Impact and Mega-tsunami

Ancient Rituals or a Stone Age Gallows : German ‘Stonehenge’ Revealed

NEWS: Earthquake-damaged Aztec Pyramid Reveals Ancient Temple

NEWS: Gold-Gilded Death Mask Discovered + Egyptian Mummification Workshop

 on: July 15, 2018, 06:03:52 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

WPA3 security protocol will keep Wi-Fi connections safer

Facebook, Google 'manipulate' users to share data despite EU law

'Breakthrough' algorithm exponentially faster than any previous one

This Supercomputer Can Calculate in 1 Second What Would Take You 6 Billion Years

Russian scientists improve neural network's ability to 'deep learn'

US Special Forces develop 'talking' leaflets

Ultrathin electronic tattoos for wearable computing

Test tube artificial neural network recognizes 'molecular handwriting'

Is your smartphone spying on you?

Privacy conversation turns to enabling smart TV tracking services

Google lets 3rd-party app developers read your emails

Pirate Sites Are Affected By Market Forces Too

I never said that! High-tech deception of 'deepfake' videos

Game changing invention to revolutionise cybersecurity

California high court: Yelp can't be ordered to remove posts

What happens when people lose trust in the Internet?

Facebook responding to US regulators in data breach probe

How suppliers of everyday devices make you vulnerable to cyber attack – and what to do about it

Wikipedia down in several countries in EU law protest

EU Parliament rejects controversial copyright law

India's richest man unveils broadband plan

Russian search engine alerts Google to possible data problem

New model for large-scale 3-D facial recognition

Space IoT takes off

An online game to educate children on safe internet use

Parental controls do not stop teens from seeing pornography, new research finds

Team finds many of mobile applications are open to web API hijacking

Microsoft urges regulation of face-recognizing tech

Researcher blogged about workaround for Apple OS update's USB Restricted Mode

 on: July 15, 2018, 05:43:51 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Happy Independence Day To All Regardless Of Your Being American

Abortion and Libertarianism: Framing the Issue

Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruled University Can't Fire Conservative Professor For Wrong Think

Libertarian Mad Max won't tow party

Why Conservatives and Libertarians [and Liberals] are Natural Allies

Cannabis legalization reveals the INNER LIBERTARIAN in "progressives"

Libertarian Party Convention 2018 'Rising From The Bottom'

20 Most Important Organizations in American Politics 2018

Libertarians on Child Labor, Monopoly, and Inequality

Abortion and Libertarianism: Human Beings or Clumps of Cells?

Trump Tariffs Are Only An Excuse For BMW To Start Moving SUV Production To China

USPS Hypocrisy, Delivers High Times, Won’t Deliver Local Paper With Legal Marijuana Business Ad

We All Have To Listen & Learn From Each Other

 on: July 15, 2018, 05:33:07 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

'Smart' prosthetic ankle takes fear out of rough terrain, stairs

Opioid addiction may be tied to brain chemical implicated in narcolepsy

Fundamental rule of brain plasticity discovered by MIT scientists

Self-learning bionic hand

Smart bandages designed to monitor and tailor treatment for chronic wounds

Remediation Tips From an EMF Expert

Terminal Cancer Patient Who Sued Monsanto Gets His Day in Court

Conspiracy to Hide New Data on Water Pollution

Gout Pill Poses Major Risk for Your Heart

Cannabis: A Lost History

New York City to Require Flu Shots for Preschoolers and California Moves to Eliminate Vaccine Exemptions for the Poor

Mercury Fillings Leak After Medical Scan

Jackass Whole Foods Withdraws Promise to Label GMOs

Understanding the Opioid Epidemic

Chiropractic BioPhysics and Gonstead Technique for Spinal Health

Low B-12 and folate in mature adults are 'of concern'

World's first local hospital calls for its community to ditch sugar and processed foods

*Why modern "Medicine" is the greatest failure of our time

Barbara Loe Fisher: Zero tolerance vaccine laws in America

Fines are now in effect for Australian parents who refuse to vaccinate their children

Boys Adrift: The boys are not alright

Aptamil new baby milk formula is making babies sick, parents claim

It's bread and pasta that is killing us, not fatty foods

Anti-Vaxxers provide new model for the world in Australia

The 'Wifi Alliance' will include 5G Wireless - and with it a huge increase of dangers to our health

Samoa recalls MMR vaccine after two babies die within minutes

The ongoing battle between breast milk and infant-formula companies

Mitochondrial transplant: Dying organs restored to life in novel experiments

Australian scientists perform experiment successfully wiping out over 80% of disease-carrying mosquitoes

 on: July 15, 2018, 05:10:56 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Blockchain-based property registries may help lift poor people out of poverty

The Bitcoin Scam

Translating the code in a news article

Do you know more than a university economist?

The fake trade and NATO wars

It's not business as usual for vegan businesses

UK sharing economy usage rises by 60 per cent

 on: July 15, 2018, 04:54:55 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
(Continued from above)

Do you know more than a university economist? Now you will
Friday, Jul 6 2018

The six propositions lead to the following conclusions:

    Every form of money is “fiat,” i.e. created by the fiat of an issuer. (Contrary to popular belief, “fiat” does not mean “paper” as opposed to gold. There is no “paper” money, nor is gold money. Unlike barter commodities, money has no physical existence. )
    The U.S. government can pay any obligation denominated in U.S. dollars. It is impossible for the U.S. government unintentionally to run short of its own sovereign currency.
    No agency of the U.S. government can run short of U.S. dollars unless that is the intent of Congress and the President. (This includes such agencies as the White House, the Supreme Court, the military branches, Social Security, and Medicare.)
    The U.S. government neither needs nor uses tax dollars nor borrowing to pay its bills. (Because the Monetarily Sovereign U.S. government cannot unintentionally run short of its own sovereign currency, it has no need to obtain dollars from outside sources.)
    FICA does not pay for Social Security of Medicare benefits. (Even if FICA  were $0, the government could pay unlimited benefits, forever.)
    The federal government does not borrow. (It accepts deposits in Treasury Security accounts. It does not use the dollars in those accounts. The dollars remain in the accounts until maturity, at which time they are returned to the account owner.)
    Deposits in T-security accounts provide a safe depository for U.S. dollars (which stabilizes the dollar), and assist the Fed with its interest rate (and inflation) controls.
    Raising interest rates increases the Demand for dollars (to purchase dollar-denominated debt.)
    All dollars received by the U.S. government are destroyed upon receipt. (They disappear from any money supply measure.)
    There are two ways to create dollars and two ways to destroy dollars:
    Create Dollars
    I. Lend dollars
    II. Federal deficit spending
    Destroy Dollars:
    I. Pay off a loan
    II. Federal taxation
    Lending creates dollars. When a loan is supported by a loan document owned by the lender, the loan document is money. Like a dollar bill, it represents dollars owned by the lender, while the borrower receives new dollars. That is the difference between a loan and a payment. Though both are transfers of dollars, loans create new dollars, payments do not.
    Federal spending creates dollars. To pay a creditor, the federal government sends instructions (not dollars) to the creditor’s bank, instructing the bank (“Pay to the order of”) to increase the balance in the creditor’s checking account. The instant the bank obeys those instructions, new dollars are created an added to the money supply (M1).
    Paying off a loan destroys dollars.  It reduces or eliminates the value of the loan document owned by the lender.
    Federal taxes destroy dollars. They remove dollars from all measures of the nation’s money supply.
    State and local taxes do not destroy dollars. These taxes are held in private bank accounts (M1 and M2), from which the state and local governments take them for paying creditors.
    The purpose of federal tax dollars is to control private spending (i.e. “sin” taxes, tax deductions for businesses, etc.)
    The Social Security and Medicare “trust funds” are bookkeeping fictions. (In private-sector trust funds, receipts are deposited and invested. In federal trust funds, receipts are recorded and removed from the nation’s money supply. Spending creates new dollars, ad hoc.)(Medicare Part A supposedly is paid by a fictional “trust fund,” while Medicare Parts B and D are paid out of the Treasury’s “General Fund.” The Medicare “trust fund” supposedly is running short of money; the General Fund never can run short of money.)
    The formula for Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is: Federal Spending + Non-federal Spending + Net Exports.
    Federal deficit spending stimulates GDP growth by adding dollars to the economy, i.e. by increasing Federal Spending and Non-federal Spending.
    Reductions in federal deficit spending lead to recessions. (Vertical bars are recessions. Red line is deficit spending.)
    Recessions are cured by increases in deficit spending.
    Decreases in federal debt lead to depressions.
    1804-1812: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 48%. Depression began 1807.
    1817-1821: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 29%. Depression began 1819.
    1823-1836: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 99%. Depression began 1837.
    1852-1857: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 59%. Depression began 1857.
    1867-1873: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 27%. Depression began 1873.
    1880-1893: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 57%. Depression began 1893.
    1920-1930: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 36%. Depression began 1929.
    1997-2001: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 15%. Recession began 2001
    The Federal Reserve controls inflation via interest rate control. (Interest rates support Demand for dollars.)
    The primary cause of inflation has been an insufficient Supply of goods, not an excessive Supply of dollars.(Most modern inflations have been related to a shortage of oil. Every hyperinflation also has been caused by a shortage, usually a shortage of food.)
    Despite endless concerns that the federal “debt” (deposits in T-security accounts)) may be a “ticking time bomb,“ the federal government has no difficulty servicing its “debt” and inflation has averaged close to the Fed’s 2.5% target.
    Red line is federal “debt.” Blue line is inflation.
    The commonly referenced federal Debt/GDP ratio has no function or meaning. It does not indicate economic health, nor does it indicate the federal government’s ability to service its obligations (which is infinite).
    Interest rate increases are economically stimulative. They force the federal government to pump more interest dollars into the economy.
    A trade deficit is more beneficial to a Monetarily Sovereign nation’s economy than is a trade surplus. In a trade deficit, the Monetarily Sovereign entity receives scarce goods and services, while sending money it has the infinite ability to create from thin air. In a trade surplus, the Monetarily Sovereign nation, receives money it doesn’t need in exchange for goods and services it must create by valuable labor and scarce resources.
    People stimulate GDP by being creators, producers and consumers. Political entities (nations, cities, counties, states) that have net immigration grow compared with entities that have net emigration. GDP is a spending measure; adding immigrants increases government and private spending.
    Federal anti-poverty spending is economically stimulative. It increases the nation’s money supply, and it helps the poor population to be more creative and productive.
    Bigotry is economically depressive. Bigotry marginalizes a population (a gender, a race, a religion, a sexual preference) and prevents that population from being as productive as it otherwise could be.
    The sole purpose of government is to improve the lives of the people.  Liberals think the purpose of government is to protect the poor and powerless from the rich and powerful. Conservatives think the purpose of government is to protect the rich and powerful from the poor and powerless.

In answer to the title question, now you know more than most university economists. Read the “Ten Steps” below, and you’ll know even more.
Rodger Malcolm Mitchell

 on: July 15, 2018, 04:54:17 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Do you know more than a university economist? Now you will
Friday, Jul 6 2018

Federal finances are much different from state & local government finances, and different from business and your personal finances.

Many people find the federal government’s finances to be counter-intuitive, because the federal government is Monetarily Sovereign, while state & local governments, businesses, and people themselves are monetarily non-sovereign.

The purpose of today’s post is to demonstrate a step-by-step logical progression, that will make federal financing more intuitive and defendable.

All science begins with certain propositions or axioms that in themselves, cannot be proved, but are assumed to be true. From these axioms flow the conclusions of the science.

For example, in Euclidian (plane) geometry, there are five propositions:

1. A straight line may be drawn between any two points.
2. Any straight line may be extended infinitely.
3. A circle may be drawn with any given point as center and any given radius.
4. All right angles are equal.
5. For any given point not on a given line, there is exactly one line through the point that does not meet the given line.

None of the above can be proved. They are statements that are felt to be self-evident. From these statements, all of plane geometry flows.


For millions of earth’s years, there was no U.S. government and no U.S. dollar. Finally, in 1792, a group of men arbitrarily created certain laws out of thin air. Like all laws, these laws had no physical existence. They were mere concepts.

The laws created, also from thin air, a legal entity known as “The United States dollar.” Although some U.S. dollars are represented by printed paper, dollars themselves have no physical existence. Dollars are nothing more than bookkeeping entries.

The men who created the U.S. dollar created as many dollars as they wished. They could have created many more or fewer.

The original dollar arbitrarily was given a value related to 371 grains of silver, and since then, Congress and the President have retained the power to give the dollar any value they chose.

Just as a car title is not a car, and a house title is not a house, the dollar bill, being a title to a dollar, is not in itself a dollar. The vast majority of U.S. dollars are not represented by paper dollar bills.  All dollars — indeed all forms of money —  are nothing more than bookkeeping records.

The popular belief that gold or silver are money or once were money, is false. Gold never has been money. It is a barter commodity. In world history, many commodities have been used for barter: Cattle, horses, wheat, diamonds, land, buildings, silk, etc., though none is money.

Money is the debt of an issuer. Dollars are the debt of the U.S. government. All debt has collateral, and the collateral for the U.S. dollar is the full faith and credit of the U.S. government. See: Full faith and credit.

Six propositions, a basis for U.S. Monetary Sovereignty, are bolded:

    All money is debt.
    (Money is a debt of its issuer, backed by the issuer’s full faith and credit. Debts are bookkeeping entries, having no physical existence.)
    The U.S. dollar bill is a title to a U.S. dollar, not a dollar in of itself.
    The U.S. Congress and the President retain the unlimited ability to create as many sovereign dollars as they wish.
    The U.S. dollar, like all commodities, is valued according to its Supply and Demand [Value = Demand/Supply].
    (In 1971, President Richard Nixon arbitrarily decided that the Value of the dollar no longer would be related to gold or to silver, and the Supply of dollars no longer would be limited by the federal government’s Supply of gold or silver.)
    The Demand for a U.S. dollar is based on Risk and Reward. [Demand = Reward/Risk]
    The Risk of owning a dollar is inflation. The Reward for owning a dollar is interest.
    (The dollar not only is a “good” in its own right, but also is an exchange medium. Its market Value is related to the market Value of Goods & Services. The formula for the market Value of the dollar):
    Dollar Value = (Demand/Supply of dollars) / (Demand/Supply of goods & services)

The U.S. government is Monetarily Sovereign. It is sovereign over the dollar, and has the unlimited ability to create, destroy, or change the value of the dollar.

Other Monetarily Sovereign governments include Canada, Japan, China, Australia, and the UK.

Governments that are monetarily non-sovereign include those of euro nations, and U.S. cities, counties and states. These governments do not have the unlimited ability to create their sovereign currency, as they have no sovereign currencies.

They can run short of money and be unable to pay their financial obligations.

(Continued below)

 on: July 15, 2018, 04:32:02 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Ten lessons from ten homeschool years

EU131: Deschooling with Maria Randolph

What if the classroom had no walls?

Our Unschooling Adventures

Are you keen to look into an alternative learning path for your child?

Podcast Ep. 1193 Insights from 17-Year-Old Unschooling Listener and Budding Historian

15 Important Life Skills: An Essential List of Life Skills for Kids

How will my unschooled child survive in the future?

How to Quit Parenting

Stop Putting Subjects into Hierarchies

What Is Unschooling and How Do You Do It: Unschool Q&A

Why we started unschooling

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