“THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM IS TO CALL THINGS BY THEIR PROPER NAME.” ― Confucius- 2019 Overview, Recap 2011-2019 – Contexts going forward, #BlockChain, #Disintermediation #Psychgraphics, #Propaganda, #Cambridge Analytica. Reality Based communities, Procrustean Elephant Graph fitting. Etc and so on and so forth.

Von Neumanns Elephant GIF-downsized_large (1)

created at TagCrowd.com
Selection_705

Full 3-hour amble through my notes on the past 6 months.  ( processing will update later.)

created at TagCrowd.com

Selection_704

Eleven local authority areas have been running voter ID pilots at these elections, where people were asked to provide particular forms of ID when they turned up to vote. At Woking borough council, which was trialling a version involving people having to show photo ID, turnout was 36.3%, slightly down on the 37.7% in last year’s election. There

were 133 rejected papers, up from 89 last year.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/may/02/local-elections-2019-results-votes-counted-live-news?page=with:block-5ccc49528f086f179813a7f6

“THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM IS TO CALL THINGS BY THEIR PROPER NAME.”

― Confucius

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/polishing-the-progressive-neo-liberal-turd-tina-takes-a-dump-and-the-ngo-sockpuppet-complex-polishes-it-new-paradigm-alliance-pdc-joeblob20-cluelesselites-keeppolishingtheturd/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/17/sunday-bloggers-pedagogy-of-the-obsessed-brexit-brino-brexitrebellion-democraticendtimes-controlfiles-mi5-mi6-cia-mossad/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/reality-is-infinity-is-love-is-infinite/

https://youtu.be/KakCnjwk4Pw

this is a blog about the local elections

02:35

and local elections 2019 and I’m just

02:42

going to do my usual format which is to

02:44

skip between a few screens and then just

02:48

explain what’s been going on this

02:51

morning so I did a blog which I put out

02:54

this morning called polishing the

02:56

progressive neoliberal turd Teeter takes

02:58

a dump and the NGO sukuk complex

03:02

polishes it new paradigm Alliance PDC

03:08

that’s personal destiny control and the

03:10

Kenton model direct democracy Joe blog

03:14

xx that’s the John Ward slog the

03:18

incorrigible dissident blogspot and then

03:25

clueless elites and keep polishing the

03:28

turd so John put out a blog the other

03:33

day true colors or sober analysis of the

03:35

potential for long-term political

03:36

freedom in Britain which came in part 1

03:40

and part 2 and then he also put up

03:43

another blog this morning which is this

03:46

window here and with this blog liked it

03:54

yet I will press Mike

03:59

the central idea that John’s putting

04:04

forward is that the poor showing by both

04:05

part in the local elections makes a

04:08

brexit deal between them more likely ah

04:13

well I’m packing that slightly it’s

04:17

debatable whether or not the local

04:20

elections were a poor show for I’d read

04:26

that if they’d like 120 seats then there

04:30

may be another leadership challenge

04:32

they’ve actually lost 88 the Tories have

04:36

lost north of 1300 years and lost

04:43

quite a swathe of seats but the analysis

04:48

of what that actually means I agree with

04:50

John that you know such a low turnout

04:54

and against the backdrop of what people

04:59

say the elections are about and what

05:01

they are actually about very important

05:04

questions and that’s where the title on

05:08

this string actually comes in and that’s

05:16

this quote here from Confucius the

05:20

beginning of wisdom is to call things by

05:22

their proper name I’ve done this stream

05:27

once already and it crashed about

05:28

happily and fixing that crash I’ve

05:30

managed to fix my setup there’s a

05:33

bargain that bun – which means that

05:36

occasionally I lose my second scream

05:38

scream and when I do that it kind of

05:43

disrupts my work for a bit but I fixed

05:46

the crash earlier and that’s actually

05:50

fixed my second screen so I’m quite

05:52

quite happy but that quote there which

05:57

is in this blog on the 16th of March

06:02

way back then when the Christchurch

06:05

shootings happened and since then we

06:11

also have the sri lankan

06:16

explosions etc and the subtext of the

06:20

war on terror actually do fall into this

06:24

whole idea of calling things by their

06:27

proper name and the start of wisdom so

06:33

Sunday bloggers pedagogy of the obsessed

06:36

brings it brian o brings it rebellion

06:39

democratic democracy end times control

06:44

files no.5 mi6 CIA and mossad well since

06:47

I wrote there

06:49

Sir Mark Sidwell has kind of come out of

06:51

the shadows and we’ve had the who are we

06:54

episode with the resignation not the

06:58

resignation but the sacking of Gavin

07:01

Williamson the British defence secretary

07:03

and at the end of this sort of news

07:11

cycle if you like where the House of

07:15

Commons went into the Easter recess the

07:18

memory hole kind of swallowed up the

07:20

whole Briggs it narrative I think even

07:23

now in the BBC website the most recent

07:25

Briggs it things are from the 11th of

07:27

April and the establishment really are

07:31

struggling to get on to the next page of

07:34

their story and the narrative which are

07:38

being followed

07:42

slate briefs amazed case because she

07:46

can’t operate off script the 2017

07:50

election showed that sort of better than

07:52

anything

07:56

these narrative based stories of

08:00

democracy and calling things by their

08:02

proper name we don’t have democracy

08:06

which is a representative or delegated

08:11

democracy whereby the political people

08:15

who are sent to the various forums which

08:19

we’re told govern us are not responding

08:22

to the requirements of the people but

08:24

they’re responding to the requirements

08:26

of the corporate Lobby and the corporate

08:32

state which is a function of oligarchy

08:35

and we live in a corporate monopolies

08:39

state where things are run largely for

08:45

the benefit of global corporations and

08:49

their access to markets and this is the

08:55

idea of Tina there is no alternative and

08:58

the idea of because markets and now

09:02

we’re also getting this underlying

09:04

mantra of because climate change I’ve

09:11

gone offline again

09:22

so I see that my stream is cutting in

09:25

and now that just press the recall

09:30

button as well so anyway I was just up

09:34

to the part of saying that the narrative

09:36

base structure the what karl rove

09:39

referred as the actors in history

09:46

reality based communities where the idea

09:49

is that the storytellers will tell

09:52

people what is reality now in scientific

09:56

discourse michel foucault the french

10:02

philosopher

10:03

I think he’s known as a French

10:04

Situationist or whatever but he cooked

10:09

for was the notion of the Epis team and

10:12

in epistemology that’s the study of

10:16

philosophy of knowledge what what is and

10:19

the knowable and he narrowed that down

10:23

to the SD which is not only what is

10:26

knowable what but what is allowable to

10:28

say what is allowable to be brought into

10:31

the paradigm and then the question of

10:37

paradigm shifts comes into play and

10:39

Thomas Kuhn and Kuhn described a process

10:46

whereby when there’s a paradigm shift a

10:50

shift from one paradigm to another the

10:54

existing establishment that have

10:56

operated in a older paradigm as they are

11:01

falsified are they cling to their their

11:05

own truths and narratives but eventually

11:09

new blood comes in and the old paradigm

11:13

is cast often the new one is then

11:15

adopted and we seem to be at a juncture

11:20

in our politics where what we see

11:25

happening is a switching or an attempted

11:29

switch from the Washington Consensus

11:32

paradigm around

11:35

some people say the Bretton Woods system

11:37

but the Bretton Woods system actually

11:39

fell down in 1972 during the Nixon shock

11:45

because the Bretton Woods system did

11:48

have a dollar gold standard post 1972

11:53

the dollar was free-floating and other

11:55

three floating currencies basically

11:58

attached to the dollar and at that point

12:01

then there was no no basis other than

12:10

trust or submission to Authority for the

12:17

central bank system under the

12:20

International Bank of settlements and

12:21

international trade effectively became

12:26

based upon them well the wind really of

12:29

Federal Reserve’s policy and the Federal

12:31

Reserve isn’t federal and so that

12:35

undermined American democracy

12:38

republicanism because Republic is a

12:42

peculiar species of democracy and a

12:46

parliamentary democracy such in the UK

12:50

is a peculiar saw species of

12:53

constitutional democracy

12:58

so there are different ways of doing

13:01

what we call democracy but what we have

13:04

is not what is the accepted common

13:10

understanding and that is that the

13:14

people that they then go and do our body

13:16

they are bidding the people who are put

13:19

up for election effectively have passed

13:25

various tests which established their

13:29

loyalty to an overarching establishment

13:32

and the problem of the establishment

13:37

path with Jeremy Corbyn is he’s got

13:39

through the net arguably he’s got

13:44

through the net I I think that’s

13:47

sustained by argument and what that

13:51

represents at the moment is the natural

13:55

switching from the red the blue team the

13:59

Tories to the red team whereby you get

14:03

the pacification of the voters because

14:04

they feel that they will then have

14:06

punished punished one lot and have

14:07

another more team who they in turn all

14:14

the while pretty much doing the same

14:16

thing and being behold not to the

14:20

bonuses but the understanding is they’re

14:25

beholden to the supranational global

14:30

corporate state and so what we have

14:33

calling it by its proper name is a

14:36

corporate state monopoly

Get video transcripts for Word Cloud.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpbeOCKZFfQ

Reaction as former Cambridge Analytica CEO is grilled by Mps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cc5J3Y9QRU

Alexander Nix said he was “tricked” into boasting to an undercover reporter – working for this programme – that his political strategy firm used honeytraps and bribery to smear political opponents. Subscribe for more: https:/bit.ly/c4news_sub The former Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix said he had lied to impress our reporter, who was posing as a potential client He blamed the “global liberal media” for attacking his company – which has since closed down – because he had worked for Donald Trump’s election campaign.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4sLMwdpF9U

Did Cambridge Analytica play a role in the EU referendum? – BBC NewsnightDid the data analytics company Cambridge Analytica play a role in the UK’s EU referendum? BBC Newsnight’s Gabriel Gatehouse reports.

Newsnight is the BBC’s flagship news and current affairs TV programme – with analysis, debate, exclusives, and robust interviews.

Website: www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight

BBC Newsnight

Published on 13 Jul 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1Lz8pm2npQ

Fourier Analysis (and guitar jammin’) – Sixty Symbols

https://www.reddit.com/r/web3/comments/bld9jv/web3_foundation_is_hiring/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app

Web3 Foundation is hiring!

The Web3 Foundation was created to accelerate the development and adoption of the decentralized web. We’re providing the framework for an ecosystem in which the most cutting-edge projects can work together for one another’s benefit, thereby multiplying their benefit to society as a whole by building the future of identity, privacy, financial markets, commerce, and more. At the core of this work is Polkadot – a platform of fully compatible interacting blockchains of unrestricted variety and capability.

This is an opportunity to work at the forefront of technological development and to be part of shaping the future of society for the better. You will be working closely together with team members in Zug, Switzerland, in Berlin, Germany, and in remote locations.

Currently we are hiring for:

Director of Communications

Security Lead

Head of Research

Community Manager

Junior Finance Controller

Research Scientist

Technical Educator

Grants Manager

Apply here:

https://web3.bamboohr.com/jobs/

https://polkadot.network/assets/img/teams/ewf.svg

https://twitter.com/gavofyork

https://forum.web3.foundation/t/teams-building-on-polkadot/67

Jan 5

A number of teams have started researching or building Polkadot infrastructure and parachains.

Some of these teams are preparing for Polkadot’s launch today by building on the Substrate technology stack. Polkadot parachains don’t have to be built on Substrate, but they can be and it is easy for them to be used in Polkadot. For Substrate chains to become parachains there is very little technical overhead or extra coding. The chain simply needs to bond DOT tokens to lease a parachain slot on the Polkadot platform.

This is a rundown of the teams building out the Polkadot ecosystem. Please comment as more come online.

Teams Building on Substrate and Polkadot

ChainLink – developing an oracle (announcement 134)

0x protocol – decentralized exchange (Tweet 165)

Aragon – unstoppable organizations, DAOs (Presentation 25)

AdEx – implementing their registry (announcement 34)

ChainX – developing a Bitcoin and Ethereum bridge (announcement 36)

Ocean Protocol – ecosystem for sharing data (presentations 54)

Energy Web Foundation – building an energy network (announcement 27)

iExec – decentralized cloud computing (announcement 38)

Edgeware – building a WASM-based smart contract platform (website 22)

ZeroChain – zK-SNARKs chain built on Substrate (announcement 20)

Robonomics – cyber-physical systems integration (Twitter status 19)

MXC – IoT protocol (website & technical paper 19)

Katallassos – financial contacts (website 34)

Joystream – A user governed video platform (announcement 9)

Asure Network – social security network (website 22)

Kilt Protocol – identity trust market (website 17)

PACTCare – Metadata Blockchain based on Substrate called Starlog (GitHub)

Blink Network – lightning fast payments (website 26)

Akropolis – global pensions infrastructure (announcement 14)

LayerX – zk-SNARKs chain (announcement 20)

Plasm – Plasm is a Substrate Runtime Module Library allows developers to add Plasma functions to their Substrate chain (GitHub 11)

Speckle OS – universal identity and account parachain (announcement 39)

Agora.Trade – a cryptocurrency exchange for non-custodial trading

(Website 22)

Tooling

https://blog.joystream.org/sparta/

We have previously written about why we are paying users monero to participate on our testnet, and how much you can make. This post aims to explain what you can do to earn real money on testnet!

After launching our first testnet on Tendermint using the cosmos SDK before christmas, we have become more convinced Polkadot and Substrate are the better choice for purpose. There are always trade offs when choosing between different software package solutions, but in sum we are quite confident in our choice. If you want to learn more about the Joystream project, please consult our whitepaper.

How to claim your rewards

If you successfully have become a Validator or Council Member, you need to prove your monero address by putting your XMR address in the My memo tab under My Accounts sidebar. (Note that this feature this not work with zero

balance.)

https://www.parity.io/substrate/

https://github.com/paritytech/substrate/releases

https://github.com/paritytech/substrate/releases

https://polkadot.network/dot-token.html

Governance

DOT holders control Polkadot’s future. All privileges, which on other platforms are exclusive to miners, will be given to the relay chain participants (DOT holders), including managing exceptional events such as protocol upgrades and fixes.

Operation

Game theory incentivizes token holders to behave in honest ways. Good actors are rewarded by this mechanism, while bad actors will lose their stake in the network. This ensures the network stays secure.

Interoperability

For messages to be passed from one blockchain to the next, the sender pays a fee in DOTs to the validators ferrying the message.

Bonding

New parachains are added by bonding tokens. Outdated or non-useful parachains are removed by removing bonded tokens. This is a form of Proof-of-Stake.

Stiglitz get rid of cryptos, Twiiter CNBC segnment-

https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1125450982354300934

http://londonconversation.com/news/5g-vs-climate-change/

5G vs Climate Change

https://modernmoneynetwork.org/sites/default/files/biblio/the_mathematical_economics_of_compound_rates_of_interest_a_four-thousand_year_overview_part_ii__michael_hudson.pdf

The Mathematical Economics of Compound Rates of Interest: A Four-Thousand Year Overview Part II April 24, 2001 By Michael 2. Why Economies Develop Debt Crises: The Mathematics of Compound Interest

Bittube Tubes , distributed intermediary tokens instead of intemediary institutions or persons. Legal fictions or otherwise.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/interview-blochainblitz-ipbc-ceo-saber-maram-saber-maram/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/saber-maram/detail/treasury/summary/?entityUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_treasuryMedia%3A(ACoAACXkPNUB61c9OA9HxqnkncFYPqWX4hpX_MM%2C1520456764480)§ion=summary&treasuryCount=1

https://paper.li/RogerGLewis/1464084601#/

https://iconetwork.io/refine-medium-is-a-decentralized-media-platform/

How it works

The interface for Refine Medium is very intuitive and makes viewing, uploading and evaluating videos very easy. It is based on the principle of decentralization, and videos are uploaded only if they get a certain number of votes. The network has moderators who vote for videos, and subsequent evaluations generate rewards for content creators.

The application will have the following essential features:

  •  24/7 video streaming and easy upload
  • Automatic Rewards via Smart Contracts
  • Space Boost
  • Data Boost
  • Refine Medium Wallet
  • Transparent and secure transactions with the XRM token

https://refinemedium.com/

https://ethereumworldnews.com/heres-why-ethereum-eth-is-in-the-early-stages-of-a-possible-mega-rally/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/19/this-motley-fool-from-2009-via-2011-freinds-gained-and-innocence-lost-2/

THIS MOTLEY FOOL, FROM 2009 VIA 2011 FREINDS GAINED AND INNOCENCE LOST. THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION AND FRAMEWORKS OF UNDERSTANDING.

THIS MOTLEY FOOL, FROM 2009 VIA 2011 FREINDS GAINED AND INNOCENCE LOST.

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/this-motley-fool-from-2009-via-2011-freinds-gained-and-innocence-lost/

WORLD GOVERNANCE UNENTANGLED IN TWEETS.EGREGORE (ALSO EGREGOR) IS AN OCCULT CONCEPT REPRESENTING A “THOUGHTFORM” OR “COLLECTIVE GROUP MIND”, PART 1

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/15/world-governance-unentangled-in-tweets-egregore-also-egregor-is-an-occult-concept-representing-a-thoughtform-or-collective-group-mind-part-1/

CALCULATING THE LOCAL ELECTIONS PROJECTED NATIONAL SHARE (PNS) AND PROJECTED HOUSE OF COMMONS IN 2019. BULL SHIT IS LIKE FARTING EVERYBODY LIKES THE SMELL OF THEIR OWN. #TURDPOLISHINGNGOSOCKPUPPETS #CONQUESTOFDOUGH #PDC

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/calculating-the-local-elections-projected-national-share-pns-and-projected-house-of-commons-in-2019/

https://electionsetc.com/2019/05/01/calculating-the-local-elections-projected-national-share-pns-and-projected-house-of-commons-in-2019/

CALCULATING THE LOCAL ELECTIONS PROJECTED NATIONAL SHARE (PNS) AND PROJECTED HOUSE OF COMMONS IN 2019

 ELECTIONSETC LEAVE A COMMENT

By John Curtice and Stephen Fisher.

POLISHING THE PROGRESSIVE NEO-LIBERAL TURD. TINA TAKES A DUMP AND THE NGO SOCKPUPPET COMPLEX POLISHES IT. NEW PARADIGM ALLIANCE. #PDC @JOEBLOB20 #CLUELESSELITES #KEEPPOLISHINGTHETURD

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/polishing-the-progressive-neo-liberal-turd-tina-takes-a-dump-and-the-ngo-sockpuppet-complex-polishes-it-new-paradigm-alliance-pdc-joeblob20-cluelesselites-keeppolishingtheturd/

NEW US GRAND GEO-POLITICAL STRATEGY AND BREXIT, BRINO AND EU MILITARY UNIFICATION. THE PETRO EURO, THE EURO DOLLAR , THE PETRO POUND STERLING. IT’S NOT THE ENERGY ITS THE ACCESS OLIGARCHICAL TURF WAR ON THE ENERGY ACCESS NUMBERS RAQUET. @2013BOODICCA #WRONGKINDOFGREEN#DISTRACTIONREBELLION #NGOSOCKPUPPETCOMPLEX #LIESBASEDINTERNATIONALORDER #CONQUESTOFDOUGH

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/04/21/new-us-grand-geo-political-strategy-and-brexit-brino-and-eu-military-unification-the-petro-euro-the-euro-dollar-the-petro-pound-sterling-its-not-the-energy-its-the-access-oligarchical-turf-war/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/04/08/remain-yorks-humber-gp-eu-election-hustings-6-4-19/

REMAIN!! (YORKS & HUMBER GP EU ELECTION HUSTINGS 6.4.19)

GET UP STAND UP STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS. ZERO HEDGE THE HUFF POST FOR ARMCHAIR ANARCHOCAPITALIST PREPPERS.

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/04/06/get-up-stand-up-stand-up-for-your-rights-zero-hedge-the-huff-post-for-armchair-anarchocapitalist-preppers/

NEWPORT BY-ELECTION CANTON MODEL DIRECT DEMOCRACY #MAGNAPEDIA LATE EVENING SPECIAL EDITION WITH SOUTH WALES ARGUS. #THESLOG #IABATO #CANTONDD #GREATESTHAPPINESS #HEDONS @JOEBLOB20 @BILL1303 @DAVIDGOLEMXIV @WESFREE @STEPHENSTILLWE2 @PROFSTEVEKEEN @SCIENTIFICECON #CONQUESTOFDOUGH

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/04/04/newport-by-election-canton-model-direct-democracy-magnapedia-late-evening-special-edition-with-south-wales-argus-theslog-iabato-cantondd-greatesthappiness-hedons-joeblob20-bill1303-davidgole/
THE U.K. COMMONS HAS GRABBED POWER FROM THE EXECUTIVE. TIME FOR ‘THE PEOPLE’ TO GROW SOME POWER AGAINST THE COMMONS

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/30/the-u-k-commons-has-grabbed-power-from-the-executive-time-for-the-people-to-grow-some-power-against-the-commons/

THE NGO SOCK PUPPET COMPLEX. WATTS UP WITH THAT, USEFUL IDIOT OF BIG FINANCE #DONTEATYELLOWSNOW #WRONGKINDOFGREEN #CONQUESTOFDOUGH

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/28/the-ngo-sock-puppet-complex-watts-up-with-that-useful-idiot-of-big-finance-donteatyellowsnow-wrongkindofgreen-conquestofdough/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/25/energy-economy-renewables-including-nuclear/

ENERGY ECONOMY, RENEWABLES INCLUDING NUCLEAR.

A PARLIAMENT FULL OF ; CUNT’S, TWAT’S AND ASSORTED PRICKS, PUSSIES AND WANKERERS. #BREXIT #WITHDRAWAL METHOD #SELFABUSEONGREENBENCHES

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/13/a-parliament-full-of-cunts-twats-and-assorted-pricks-pussies-and-wankerers-brexit-withdrawal-method-selfabuseongreenbenches/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/12/the-military-industrial-complex-and-brexit-a-hypothesis-eumilitaryunification-brexit-brino-jocox-annalindh-olofpalme-tina/

THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX AND BREXIT. A HYPOTHESIS. #EUMILITARYUNIFICATION #BREXIT #BRINO #JOCOX #ANNALINDH #OLOFPALME #TINA

https://www.bitchute.com/video/J4qMaIvuBpLV/

Please join the Atlantic Council on Friday, March 8, 2019, from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. for a discussion with Sir Mark Sedwill on

“Looking beyond Brexit: opportunities for the United Kingdom and the transatlantic relationship”

Sir Mark currently serves as Cabinet Secretary, Head of the Civil Service, and National Security Adviser of the United Kingdom.

The event will be held at the Atlantic Council (1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20005).

We hope you are able to join us for this important and timely conversation.

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/17/sunday-bloggers-pedagogy-of-the-obsessed-brexit-brino-brexitrebellion-democraticendtimes-controlfiles-mi5-mi6-cia-mossad/

SUNDAY BLOGGERS PEDAGOGY OF THE OBSESSED. #BREXIT #BRINO #BREXITREBELLION #DEMOCRATICENDTIMES #CONTROLFILES #MI5 #MI6 #CIA #MOSSAD

#AANGIRFAN, WHAT THE ESTABLISHMENT DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW. THE LAST #TABOO! #BREXIT #CONTROLFILES

https://aanirfan.blogspot.com/2019/03/new-zealand-mosque-attacks-false-flag.htmlAangirfan

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/03/08/brexit-unentangled/?fbclid=IwAR1F1OzLHERuo1UvDoK18F1101CGK0n4tRqE2k0TOQdrnYh_earULBkHe9k

Inconvieient Truths , Is MSM All in with the lies on everything?

tonefreqhz (34) in dumberanddouma •  last year

HAS THE HOLOCAUST REPLACED CALVARY AT THE CHRISTIAN FESTIVAL OF EASTER?

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/03/31/has-the-holocaust-replaced-calvary-at-the-christian-festival-of-easter/

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/may/03/david-stein-cole-holocaust-revisionist

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/may/03/david-stein-cole-holocaust-revisionistHollywood conservative unmasked as notorious Holocaust revisionist

Republican Party Animals operator David Stein says he is really David Cole, and that he still holds controversial views

http://www.whatreallyhappened.info/decrypts/hw16_65_zip_os3_29.10.42.html

https://archive.org/details/Morethantaboo2013HolocaustWhatstrueandWhatsfalseHD

WWIII IS NOTHING BUT ANOTHER COLONIAL RESOURCE WAR.

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/04/wwiii-is-nothing-but-another-colonial-resource-war/

HOLOCAUST CONTROVERSIES: OPEN LETTER TO NICK KOLLERSTROM ON THE AUSCHWITZ DEATH BOOKS

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/01/holocaust-controversies-open-letter-to-nick-kollerstrom-on-the-auschwitz-death-books/

Henry Kissinger, A World Restored: Metternich, Castlereagh and the Problems of Peace, 1812-1822 (1957)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_World_Restored

https://www.classicsofstrategy.com/2016/02/henry-kissinger-a-world-restored-1957.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_World_Restored

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/notes-for-a-poem-or-some-prose-globalisation-a-big-question/

WHO IS @GNASHERJEW?, LABOUR ANTI-SEMITISM. EPHORS OF PROBITY. WHO IN THE WORLD DO YOU THINK YOU ARE.?

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/who-is-gnasherjew-labour-anti-semitism-ephors-of-probity-who-in-the-world-do-you-think-you-are/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/23/deconstrucution-of-gnasherjews-anti-semitism-racism-and-mendacity-labourantisemitism/

DECONSTRUCUTION OF @GNASHERJEWS ANTI-SEMITISM RACISM AND MENDACITY. #LABOURANTISEMITISM

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/23/deconstrucution-of-gnasherjews-anti-semitism-racism-and-mendacity-labourantisemitism/

MRS MAY STALINIST LORD PROTECTOR, NETENYAHU ZIONISM THOUGHT POLICE @GNASHERJEW #LABOURANTISEMITISM RINOS TWATS AND C U N T ‘S

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/mrs-may-stalinist-lord-protector-netenyahu-zionism-thought-police-gnasherjew-labourantisemitism-rinos-twats-and-c-u-n-t-s/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2018/08/31/netenyahuneoliberalzionism-anti-semite-smears-and-the-one-party-state/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/from-little-acorns/

MATHEMATICAL INFINITY, ELITISM AND DETERMINISM V FREE WILL. MAINSTREAM ACADEMIC SCIENTISTS IS THEIR CLINGING TO CONVENTIONAL MODES OF THOUGHT ESSENTIALLY PLATONIC AND EMPIRICAL

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2012/03/26/mathematical-infinity-elitism-and-determinism-v-free-will-mainstream-academic-scientists-is-their-clinging-to-conventional-modes-of-thought-essentially-platonic-and-empirical/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/reality-is-infinity-is-love-is-infinite/

HOW GRAVITY WORKS – MAURICE COTTERELL

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2012/03/26/how-gravity-works-maurice-cotterell/

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND. BUZZ LIGHTYEAR TO ALL ECONOMISTS.

To Infinity and Beyond.

Buzz Lightyear to all economists.

http://journalofcosmology.com/Cosmology8.html

The concept of “red shift” is based on the Doppler effect; i.e. wave lengths of light contract or expand as they approach and then speed toward or away from Earth. Hence, for red shifts to have any meaning, the Earth becomes the center of the universe; which, of course, is absurd.

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2011/05/26/to-infinity-and-beyond-buzz-lightyear-to-all-economists/

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/?s=Euler

https://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis/entries/512cde83-3afb-3048-9ece-dba774b10f89

https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/01/29/curating-and-artefacts-meeting-of-minds-on-ais-and-other-inductive-abstractions/

CURATING AND ARTEFACTS, MEETING OF MINDS ON AI’S AND OTHER INDUCTIVE ABSTRACTIONS.

http://journalofcosmology.com/Cosmology8.html

https://off-guardian.org/2019/03/08/the-propaganda-multiplier/

https://steemit.com/@tonefreqhz

https://web.clearpoll.com/rewards

https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1124944985680424960

https://twitter.com/ukcolumn/status/1124249446240464896

Nick years ago you warned correctly & Danny Kruger confirmed @Conservatives planned 2 introduce chaos in UK. @theresa_may not in control @jeremycorbyn same @Conservatives deep state backers #GameofThrones eating its young @GavinWilliamson hit as refused EUDefence Union not due 5G
https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1125463361188134912

https://twitter.com/AdvocateHalley/status/1124332294016262144

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McGeorge_Bundy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Brahmin

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groton_School

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Episcopal_Church_(United_States)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Curry_(bishop)

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/10/11/how-income-varies-among-u-s-religious-groups/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skull_and_Bones

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._William_Domhoff

https://isgp-studies.com/ngo-list-foundations-and-think-tanks-worldwide

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Robertson,_Baron_Robertson_of_Port_Ellen

https://aanirfan.blogspot.com/

https://aanirfan.blogspot.com/search?q=Robertson

Saturday, 4 May 2019

OPERATION CONDOR IN EUROPE

https://aangirfan.blogspot.com/search?q=Dunblane

http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2006/04/moira-anderson-child-abuse-senior.html

http://www.whale.to/c/sex_collectors3.html

http://www.reptilianagenda.com/research/r110199p.shtml

https://archive.org/details/humanitysextrate00arth/page/n1

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Hoyle

https://emmind.net/temp/cosmos/Files/(355)%20reviewcosmo.pdf

http://spiff.rit.edu/richmond/answers/controversy.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_Hoyle

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panspermia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nucleosynthesis

https://twitter.com/curiouswavefn/status/1124037328308195334

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1904.12320.pdf

https://www.johndcook.com/blog/2011/06/21/how-to-fit-an-elephant/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_de_la_Madrid

http://www.mauricecotterell.com/index.htm

http://www.mauricecotterell.com/downloads/THECAUSEOFGLOBALWARMINGPDF.PDF

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graft_(politics)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Streicher

https://www.thoughtco.com/early-development-of-the-nazi-party-1221360

https://www.thoughtco.com/extinct-political-parties-of-the-1800s-1773940

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenback_Party

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_K._Polk

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Jackson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spoils_system

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Know_Nothing

https://www.thoughtco.com/the-election-of-1840-1773855

https://www.thoughtco.com/mythology-and-religion-4133326

https://www.thoughtco.com/sun-gods-and-sun-goddesses-121167

https://www.thoughtco.com/immortals-from-greek-mythology-120531

https://www.thoughtco.com/mythology-gods-and-goddesses-120533

https://www.thoughtco.com/plot-summary-of-agamemnon-by-aeschylus-116743

https://www.thoughtco.com/roman-equivalents-of-greek-gods-4067799

https://www.thoughtco.com/plot-summary-of-seven-against-thebes-by-aeschylus-116741

https://www.thoughtco.com/the-election-of-1840-1773855

https://www.thoughtco.com/what-was-volksgemeinschaft-1221370

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_interference_in_the_2016_Brexit_referendum

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Foucault

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structuralism

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Situationist_International

http://library.nothingness.org/articles/SI/en/display/34

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Salmon

you

00:37

but

01:05

okay I think we are the mic input there

01:14

okay this is part two of the stream I

01:18

started the other day which was a

01:20

reaction to reactions to the local

01:24

election results and all of the coming

01:26

an hour ring and hair-pulling about the

01:30

proposed deal that Teresa may now want

01:33

to do with Jeremy Corbyn and effectively

01:37

what I’ve been doing since then it’s

01:40

kind of trying to look behind the

01:41

narrative behind the narrative and so

01:47

this is a theme that doesn’t just go

01:50

back to the 2015 election general

01:54

election in the UK or merely the 2016

01:59

briggsie election

02:02

it goes back considerably further than

02:06

that even if one goes back to the Second

02:12

World War the end of the Second World

02:14

War and the formation of the European

02:18

economic and Steel community prior to

02:25

that even if you go back you’ll find

02:27

articles by HG Wells about a chat with

02:31

mr. stright who proposed an EU you find

02:37

proposals for a unified Europe in

02:42

Hitler’s writing but then again even if

02:46

you go back all that to the first four

02:50

World War three to the sigh you go back

02:53

before that you go to the turmoil of

02:56

1848 and the revolutions across Europe

02:58

then you go back even further than that

03:02

to

03:03

the 18 what’s in the Napoleonic Wars and

03:08

then the post-napoleonic more

03:12

settlements and it’s there really where

03:17

modern real politics starts in the sense

03:21

of the writing of Henry Kissinger so

03:30

what I wanted to do was I’ve got a whole

03:34

bunch of windows open on my computer

03:36

which are beginning to cloak things up a

03:40

bit and what I’m gonna do on the screen

03:43

here I’m just gonna come from left to

03:45

right and basically say something about

03:52

each window save the link and this is

03:57

really just the notes for whatever it is

04:00

I’m going to write next up and I’m not

04:03

quite sure what that’s going to be I

04:05

have been wondering whether there’s a

04:09

poem in this or whether it actually

04:14

should sort of actually get me into

04:18

finishing off conquest of dough and

04:22

plugging some of these

04:25

angles on this many-faceted thing we

04:29

call life and and finish off that the

04:36

novel aligned with that the publishing

04:43

portal and the web 3 aside of the

04:50

working title of objective Kuntz

04:52

objective counts

04:54

paradigm shifts thomas kuhn and all that

04:57

and again part of what i’ve been working

05:05

on these past few days is getting my

05:08

integrated development environment kind

05:10

of up to speed on my machine having all

05:16

these windows open isn’t really helping

05:18

me with that either so as long as

05:21

introduction but anyway let’s just kick

05:24

off with the first window we just get my

05:32

aspera document here from the video

05:38

which i did

05:40

which is this is part 2 of the beginning

05:43

of wisdom you can see it’s not actually

05:46

dragging across my computer’s not

05:50

enjoying this at all so anyway here’s

05:52

this document

06:05

put a few links in there but what this

06:08

is is the transcript and this is what

06:10

I’m after from doing this video is I’m

06:11

going to try and keep my sentences short

06:16

and clear and work through these windows

06:21

so I’ve got a record of Windows that had

06:23

open because there’s some interesting

06:24

stuff here

06:25

and some sites I’ve not visited before

06:27

so that’s this document here which I’m

06:31

now gonna just get on my other screen

06:35

here

06:49

with the paragraphs and timings as they

06:52

go as well so anyway what is the first

06:55

window that I’ve got here but there are

06:58

a series of YouTube videos oh and here’s

07:03

this first one here and this was the

07:07

channel floor series of films a

07:11

journalist I think she’s called Carol

07:13

Caroline Cadwallader in the observer

07:16

broke the cambridge analytic a story

07:19

about election meddling by Russians by

07:25

the Mercer’s by Bannon by the alt-right

07:29

that this Cambridge analytical thing

07:32

cropped up and this video Channel 4 News

07:36

the 19th of March highlights a kind of a

07:42

sting operation on the then chief

07:47

executive a chap by the name of Nix you

07:52

can see him up here Alexander Nix and

08:00

it’s talking about psycho graphics and

08:10

the use of social media to form profiles

08:17

of voters or consumers and then using

08:23

these predisposed biases to message

08:31

those people now anyone that knows

08:35

anything about Google Analytics and

08:37

anyone who has been involved in internet

08:42

marketing or knows how Facebook Ads

08:45

Google Ads how Siri

08:51

algorithms work shouldn’t have been

08:57

surprised by any of this stuff what is

09:00

more surprising is that one aggrieved

09:03

party

09:05

it should try to expose another for

09:10

using these techniques which have been

09:14

well known since the 1930s and people

09:20

like

09:29

Edward Bernays and Walter Lippman

09:35

torches of freedom if that doesn’t mean

09:37

anything to any of you look it up

09:40

Google torches of free freedom Edward

09:43

Bernays if you’ve watched manufacturing

09:46

consent already manufacturing can’t

09:48

because consent which is a book by Noam

09:54

Chomsky and I always struggle to

09:58

remember the other guy’s name that wrote

10:00

it with him and anyway it’s a good film

10:07

worth watching

10:08

but this analytical stuff really just

10:12

brings up today those techniques but

10:15

instead of using rolodexes and punch

10:21

card computers and what-have-you

10:23

we using modern Mitch digital technology

10:27

and modern networked computing and what

10:32

this actually does is it means that

10:34

there is more more and quicker

10:37

communication which can be more

10:40

personalized and therefore it’s less of

10:47

a sledgehammer to crack a nut I mean

10:50

basically you build a nut cracker for

10:52

each individual consumer voter etc and

10:59

with iterative processes

11:08

machine learning and what we call

11:12

artificial intelligence the

11:13

possibilities of this stuff are would

11:18

say that mind boggling is to understate

11:24

quite what the possibilities are

11:27

but the problem with these possibilities

11:30

is right along with very large numbers

11:36

just the vastness and the amount of

11:38

information is potentially available is

11:44

is more than we can cope with we all

11:49

have different levels of information but

11:53

we do we filter we make priorities in

11:57

terms of what we see at any one time our

12:00

sensors work like that otherwise you get

12:02

sensory overload and so filtering and

12:11

anticipating and interpreting what is

12:16

coming before us it is part of the

12:20

process of of thinking and it’s

12:25

something that we do subconsciously and

12:32

therefore

12:41

with this sort of

12:47

open door that we are offering by say

12:52

going online or even opening your eyes

12:56

in the modern world there’s a lot

12:59

there’s a lot going on and they’ll you

13:04

know people shouting for attention all

13:07

the rest of it and Cambridge analytic ah

13:10

is really just a small aspect of this

13:14

much larger question about the

13:21

manipulation of the analog to this was

13:27

there was a lot of stuff about

13:28

subliminal advertising which was banned

13:31

in the 1960s and 1970s and subliminal

13:37

advertising was flashing

13:39

quick images which weren’t visible to

13:43

the human took to our conscious mind but

13:46

which registered subconsciously and

13:49

therefore you know an advert about

13:51

something would be playing and it would

13:53

play images that stimulated other

13:56

thoughts that would then marry up and

13:58

something I must go and get one of those

14:01

subliminal advertising was a thing and I

14:07

can test this still a thing

14:09

it’s gone on several degrees of

14:12

sophistication and Cambridge política I

14:17

decided to watch these channel fulfilled

14:23

were saying and to think of them in

14:27

terms of not so much of what they were

14:29

saying

14:35

I Andres

14:42

guided to think about these matters so

14:46

if one looks oh the staff is aimed at

14:50

dealing it amaizing Trump of D

14:53

legitimizing the vote of regs is

14:59

and then closing off those thought pads

15:06

think well if they can do it surely the

15:08

other people can do it too and the

15:11

answer that is yes of course they they

15:13

they have and they did in the 2007

15:23

about conservative party call centers

15:27

who were reading scripted things do

15:33

voters and misleading voters now you

15:35

don’t hear anything about that anymore

15:37

at this stage of the you know the break

15:40

is it a fudge if you like so that really

15:46

it is what I I was forming the view of

15:52

when I watched these again now I’m just

15:55

gonna as I go I’m not going to play

15:59

specific bits of fat but what I might do

16:02

he’s actually do a big

16:12

you may get all the transcripts together

16:16

and do a big when it does I go because

16:22

there is a transcript on this I think

16:27

I might actually have because I’ve got

16:34

so much right so let’s just close that

16:38

window cambridge analytical

16:41

clothes over frozen what’s happened here

16:53

but still you still seem to be going

16:55

right okay so I’m gonna leave that one

16:58

open because that’s my streaming window

17:00

and then let’s just get this next window

17:03

open here

17:08

it’s going to take a little time this

17:10

right so here’s the reaction to the

17:13

former CEO being grilled by MPs

17:18

so I’m just gonna because this was a

17:22

story that went on for quite a while if

17:24

you remember first I heard of Cambridge

17:29

analytic it was actually Sam Williamson

17:32

channel I loved his channel and he was

17:36

was mentioning Cambridge analytical in

17:43

one of his early Briggs it is an inside

17:46

job videos which again I’m gonna revisit

17:52

and I’m just kind of make a note here

18:09

say I want to do some textual analysis

18:11

on this just to get the keywords out of

18:14

Cambridge analytical stories so that was

18:26

Amazon annex said he was tricked into

18:28

boasting to an undercover reporter

18:30

working for this program that this

18:32

little stretchy firm used honey traps

18:34

and bribery to smear Kalitta call

18:36

opponents an interesting part of that is

18:39

the steel dossier and Russia gate thing

18:43

in and the steel dossier and it’s links

18:48

to the scrip alifair and the mysterious

18:54

Pablo Miller and the D notices

18:58

surrounding that episode which kind of

19:00

came after Cambridge analytical but this

19:03

Alexander Knicks and the the boasting

19:07

that he said to him you know that he

19:10

claims to have been doing is quite an

19:17

interesting thing occurred to me when I

19:19

was listening to his his explanations of

19:23

what he had or had not been doing but

19:26

will come to another interesting part of

19:28

that in in one of the other videos

19:31

coming up

19:43

right now then this is a year this is

19:48

July 2017 okay and this is a film by

19:53

Gabriel gatehouse should be Gabriel

19:57

gatekeeper

19:58

Gabriel gatehouse I’ve done another blog

20:03

about Gabriel gatehouse and a lot of his

20:09

videos about Russian meddling and he

20:14

does a lot of these stories that kind of

20:17

surround the propaganda narratives and

20:21

the Russian meddling ones are really

20:23

quite interesting I he’s an interesting

20:25

character he speaks Russian and I think

20:31

several other languages he did another

20:35

film about the referendum or renders

20:40

that they have him in Switzerland

20:43

talking about William Tell I will find

20:48

that blog and I will put that in the

20:51

thing but he interviews the chief

20:58

executive of Cambridge analytic a year

21:00

before all this these exposures coming

21:04

out and that’s quite an interesting

21:08

quite an interesting thing I mean he

21:14

asked the guy you know what are you a

21:15

con man you sort of say you’re saying

21:17

these things one way and then the other

21:18

and you know there’s another interesting

21:23

clip of American politician actually

21:25

says oh well yeah they said they’re

21:27

going to help us with the Ted Cruz

21:29

campaign made all these great promises

21:31

but frankly it was all

21:41

as a psychologist

21:48

I I do question the motives of them

21:56

this this infographic here is quite

21:59

interesting but I the links will be in

22:02

the description and with their titles

22:05

and you can watch them in your own

22:09

obviously I I’ve formed my own kind of

22:12

angle

22:16

whatever point it is that pops out at

22:19

the end of this video and SoundCloud

22:44

as I say I’m really not sure where this

22:48

is going but I wanted to just get these

22:50

notes print off the transcript they run

22:55

the video processes come on please and

23:04

then I can free up my processing power

23:18

right so that’s that video there the

23:21

news night one was about a year before

23:30

because that story if you think about it

23:32

it did run for a long time

23:49

next

24:01

like us else downloading another browser

24:05

at the moment right okay what’s that

24:10

free analysis and guitar jammin that

24:14

came up in my feed and I’ve left it here

24:17

and furry analysis is really very

24:22

interesting because what it does is it

24:24

basically is a predictive forecasting

24:26

thing based on waveforms and

24:30

look-up tables and it forms the basis of

24:36

a lot of climate modeling but a lot of

24:38

other modeling as well and this is a

24:42

good video which I watched some time it

24:44

gets from 2009 it’s not quite a few

24:46

views but the mathematics of modeling

24:51

and predictive algorithms is based on

24:57

analogs in nature and so you have

25:00

different phenomena I say the gas laws

25:02

or various aspects of chaos and what

25:14

these these waveforms or these geometric

25:20

or trigonometry sort of shapes are then

25:26

mapped on to other data sets and then

25:30

the data sets are then set to run

25:33

according to whatever the waveform of a

25:40

particular phenomena which it is fancied

25:43

kind of lines up with what seems to be

25:47

happening and this then comes to sort of

25:49

fitting of graphs fitting of shapes and

25:54

forms and we’re going to come up in a

25:58

minute to then know Newman’s elephant

26:00

and so this video here is kind of a bit

26:06

out sequence I’m just going to put it in

26:09

here but it’s relevant to van

26:11

women’s elephant which at this stage may

26:17

or may not mean something to you but it

26:20

will do in just a little while it’s

26:32

quite interesting to know I had a look

26:35

about what I was sort of pining for my

26:38

sound modeling days which is put it this

26:42

way it’s much more fun than modeling

26:44

public opinion

26:51

so there we are that’s that analysis

27:00

that’s the one next window

27:06

all right the next window here

27:13

okay that’s my youtube channel and

27:17

suggest the things to watch so what have

27:19

we got

27:20

I haven’t watched that yet Apocalypse

27:22

Now real versus fake

27:24

that’s windows on the world that’s an

27:29

interesting question and here we are

27:33

Tommy Robinson sacked on campaign trail

27:35

I would have fought Miller on peds whoo

27:41

this is Anthony Joshua he’s got a boxing

27:46

match real time coming up so anyway

27:51

that’s

27:57

know what some of these open this is my

28:07

right and I see is married to my wife’s

28:11

cousin in there there’s a mate of mine

28:13

lives up in Stockholm who sent me this

28:18

ahead and I’m just gonna just run

28:20

through these and what it is is the web

28:23

3 foundation we started by war start and

28:27

wood and Gavin wood wrote the theorem

28:30

yellow paper and he’s a co-founder of

28:32

aetherium which is something I’ve been

28:34

working on since 2015

28:38

mm yeah 2015 2016 but my latest work is

28:48

on web 3 and Gavin has another project

28:56

called polka dot and web 3 seems to be

28:59

about that I’ve been working ipfs which

29:02

is a guy called

29:09

Bennett one Bennett who’s dr. yard when

29:17

he’s doing the doctoral at Stanford but

29:19

ipfs is a super network of computers

29:24

polka dot is proposing another thing and

29:26

it kind of glue that joins them all

29:28

together and allows different

29:31

distributed networks to talk to each

29:33

other it’s incredibly fascinating but

29:36

there are a number of posts which

29:38

they’re recruiting for my own background

29:43

isn’t in computer programming my own

29:48

background actually in valuation

29:50

surveying and the basis of surveying is

29:57

trigonometry which is why surveyors crop

30:00

up across history

30:01

like for instance not many people know

30:04

this Machiavelli was a surveyor and he

30:07

and Leonardo da Vinci knew each other

30:09

cuz linen DaVinci used to do a bit of

30:11

surveying as well for various of Waring

30:15

princelings around

30:16

Italy but the point about my discipline

30:31

which is valuation is that valuation

30:34

uses computer modeling for something

30:42

called sensitivity analysis risk

30:44

analysis and what have you had portfolio

30:46

valuations and I mean I I started using

30:51

something called Monte Carlo analysis

30:53

back in the mid 80s before Excel existed

30:56

I used to use something called Lotus

30:58

1-2-3 and in those days we didn’t even

31:02

have computer terminals on our desk I

31:04

work for a big oil company shell UK and

31:08

to do my valuation modeling work at

31:13

Shell I actually used to go and well I

31:17

did it with the computer scientists that

31:19

work the data center of that shell so

31:27

I’ve had an interest in personal

31:29

computers not since the 70s when you

31:35

used to read to build your own I wasn’t

31:36

a member of the computer Club at school

31:38

I we did study basic programming in

31:43

maths I don’t know if anyone else

31:46

remembers that sort of a half a three

31:50

sizing

31:51

textbook was just called basic with

31:53

green writing on the front what a short

31:55

look and I can remember we’re doing that

32:00

as we were learning basic without actual

32:04

computers in maths we go figure but the

32:09

point about all of that is that when the

32:14

internet sort of came on the scene so if

32:21

you look at the early eighties mid 80s

32:25

through into the 1990s the BBC computing

32:29

programs and then when the internet came

32:36

along

32:38

this is after after windows really

32:45

before

32:50

the mid-nineties not many people even

32:53

knew it existed and we’re at that point

33:03

with web 3 is really the point I’m

33:06

making here and what the web 3

33:08

Foundation say it’s doing is it’s trying

33:10

to get people to adopt it more quickly

33:12

for society to benefit etc and and

33:17

assembly this because I I’ve been

33:20

looking for something to do I think what

33:26

I need to do is start a business which

33:28

rugby scratch with my head about for a

33:31

while at my head what’s a sensible thing

33:34

to start a business in at this stage of

33:36

what I think is is state monopoly

33:39

capitalism whereby any competition has

33:45

been pretty much crowded out of the

33:47

market as being well but basically

33:51

marginalized that’s how I see it anyway

33:54

and so figuring out things like a web 3

33:59

foundation you know what what’s their

34:04

motivation where’s this headed looking

34:07

at some of the narratives that are

34:08

highly suspicious of the Internet of

34:11

Things and certainly 5g for instance

34:18

where some of the motivations of the

34:21

more corporate aspects of distributed

34:24

computing and institution aspects of

34:27

distributed computing I mean we and

34:30

Banach works at Stanford Gavin wood

34:34

obviously did a theory but if you look

34:38

at the discussions that he and metallic

34:41

boots are in who also there’s a

34:43

co-founder of

34:46

have going along one wonders how their

34:56

sympathies lie in terms of what I call

34:59

the non-government so organization

35:01

complex or sockpuppet complex how in the

35:06

wild are they how truly distributed and

35:11

democratic are these systems and so at

35:16

the back of my mind I like open source

35:22

computing and free computing but I look

35:26

to Richard Stallman

35:27

as my you know I’m he’s closer in age to

35:30

me then say gathering wood and I share

35:36

in common Richard stone and a lot of his

35:38

Asif II and I’m not sure in fact the

35:44

jury’s out for me on how much Woods

35:48

philosophy I share and it does become

35:51

significant in distributed computing

35:53

when there are models of hierarchy

35:59

leadership and top-down control and so

36:04

when you look at consensus algorithms

36:06

and you look at the consensus within

36:08

these networks how democratic are they

36:14

there is a thing called machine voting

36:16

I’m a Garren’s designed a proportional

36:18

representation system that you’ll find

36:20

on his personal website which is

36:22

fascinating stuff but what is the what’s

36:31

the underlying philosophy you know is

36:34

there free will in Gavin’s world or is

36:39

it a deterministic

36:43

world which here visions and there all

36:51

points in between really and so thanks

36:57

for this ambition I’m still kind of

36:58

thinking about it all these jobs are in

37:00

a place comes ooh in Switzerland and I

37:05

don’t really want to move to Switzerland

37:08

I miss the UK a great deal and but I

37:15

also I like being left alone in my study

37:19

in rural Sweden doing my own thing and

37:23

would quite happy work online

37:26

in fact I do quite happily work online

37:29

and whether that loosely work as part of

37:36

this sort of operation indeed whether or

37:39

not they’d be interested me working for

37:41

them as I said I’m not formally trained

37:45

and most of these jobs I know sits there

37:49

looking for a lot of postgraduate

37:51

degrees in various disciplines and which

37:57

suggests to me that they want people

37:58

that think the right way about things

38:00

rather than think about things outside

38:05

of the box and as an outside-of-the-box

38:09

think of myself I I don’t take kindly to

38:15

being put in a box that’s true but but

38:18

the other thing is that

38:25

as the paradigm moves towards the new

38:28

paradigm people are setting boundaries

38:32

from the next paradigm which will be a

38:35

carryover from the current one and my

38:38

suspicion about a lot of these

38:41

foundations is that the you know the

38:45

gatekeepers are already in place and the

38:52

properly promise of say Bitcoin which I

38:59

would say the early false promise and

39:01

the early promise of a theorem which I

39:04

don’t think was a false promise but

39:06

let’s remember where these places are or

39:09

where these things are actually

39:10

springing from and yeah I’m I am

39:16

skeptical I have to say I am I am

39:19

skeptical not about the technology and

39:21

not about the good it can do but in

39:24

which way is being directed and who is

39:29

doing their directing that’s kind of all

39:35

that so at this point I’m still

39:36

considering maybe sending a CV after

39:38

these people as usual they always say

39:42

you know if your job is an advertiser

39:45

there’s a right and tell us about

39:46

yourself so anyway we’ll see we’ll see

39:52

but anyway the web 3 foundation is

39:55

hiring so if anyone else is watching it

39:57

interesting the link is going in

40:00

just going to copy that now put it

40:02

across but it is relevant to this whole

40:06

idea of mass communication instant

40:11

communication consensus and influencing

40:14

the outcome of supposedly free votes

40:22

that’s the really the point so let’s

40:27

just

40:36

yeah

40:40

okay that’s now say so I can close that

40:44

window

40:49

all right polka dots this is polka dot

40:51

which is gavin woods

40:54

I’ve been looking at this for a while

40:58

now fascinating fellow Gavin wood these

41:02

are all the people working on the polka

41:04

dot network Aragon that’s something that

41:11

I’ve been using the energy web

41:17

foundation I haven’t had a look at that

41:19

I will do I’m just gonna copy the link

41:29

later they want to close these windows a

41:33

little going otherwise I’m

41:44

hope you don’t

41:49

and here we go this is Gavin woods

41:53

Twitter account and there are a few

42:00

things to look at on here

42:10

now this is interesting there’s a UK

42:14

Parliament petition where Gavin wood is

42:18

obviously supporting revoking article 50

42:23

now I ever would I don’t agree with that

42:27

I think that obviously that’s related to

42:33

the Cambridge analytical questions and

42:35

there’s another one coming up in a

42:37

minute about that and for all his

42:41

brilliance you know and then here we is

42:44

an exchange between Gavin and vitalik

42:48

where they’re discussing venture capital

42:57

funding models and why or why they

43:02

didn’t go with that and vittle except

43:05

maybe Gavin said something like I was

43:07

and he says no he didn’t but anyway that

43:10

was I’m gonna retweet just of interest I

43:16

mean I know Vito Luke has been courted

43:18

by people like Bill Gates and what have

43:22

you and I’m sure Gavin is fainted and

43:26

courted and indeed you know and they’ve

43:30

given gongs to people who’ve done a lot

43:32

less for you know cool stuff and then

43:36

Gavin so anyway here’s evidence that a

43:40

cool guy can do really uncool stuff so

43:50

that’s

43:55

let’s go onto the next next one yeah

44:02

here we are right teams building at

44:06

polka dot polka dot a number of teams

44:08

start a research or building polka dot

44:10

infrastructure this is the web 3

44:12

foundation and here are a list of them

44:27

yeah

44:33

enjoy stream this is what it’s that’s a

44:36

distributed a few of these are open

44:39

video thing it was quite an interesting

44:47

looking at governance and how they do

44:49

these things I mean back in the day

44:51

there was a thing called the republic of

44:53

Doug on on YouTube and there is a

44:58

depository of it on my github done by a

45:02

Swedish probe that when I have in the

45:04

north of Sweden here which was a very

45:07

early indication of what could be done

45:10

by smart contracts of the ethereum

45:13

blockchain and for whatever reason there

45:19

was a Spanish political theorist that

45:22

seemed to have been involved as

45:24

interested in community courage who did

45:26

a lot of work or there and there is a

45:28

community currency there are several of

45:31

them actually in my debt hub and so when

45:35

you look now at distributed computing

45:37

and what all these different people are

45:39

doing to a certain extent web 3 is just

45:43

a reinvention of the wheel but

45:52

the problem as I see it with crypto

45:55

currencies is that they sought to just

45:57

replicate all the worst parts of finance

46:00

capitalism and usury as opposed to

46:03

concentrating on the things that it

46:05

truly could be better at so in a way it

46:10

was just exchanging the old soul you

46:14

know new boss same as the old boss and

46:18

so there’s a failure of imagination the

46:21

technology isn’t a failure of

46:22

imagination but there is a failure of

46:24

imagination as to the uses and

46:27

possibilities that the new technologies

46:29

can open up and part of that is

46:33

obviously that it can be used for more

46:36

freedom or it can be used for less

46:38

freedom simply because the information

46:42

can be distributed in different ways and

46:45

guided in different ways and so then we

46:47

go back to the whole idea of the psychic

46:51

graphic and Cambridge analytical and so

46:55

again you know is it free will or is it

46:58

determinism and so how many degrees of

47:01

freedom are there what are the choices

47:03

in the boundary conditions surrounding

47:06

the you know the so called machine

47:09

learning algorithms etc I mean these are

47:13

all interesting questions and

47:20

as I say our filters are such that a lot

47:25

of this stuff is is quite hard to take

47:28

him so this is teams building on polka

47:31

dot and I’m just gonna grab her

47:54

now then this one sparta released how to

47:58

claim your rewards I had a good look

48:00

this is was an interesting become a

48:07

validator now where was it I’m supposed

48:15

to be distributed Network and and it’s

48:18

proposing that people with the biggest

48:22

stakes in a kind of an auction get to be

48:25

these things they called validators who

48:27

decide what can and cannot be published

48:30

on this network

48:31

now these council members and i must say

48:36

i found that all a little bit elitist

48:42

considering it’s called sparta as well

48:44

as sparta famously had two kings they

48:46

were kept in check by the ephors and so

48:50

effectively these guys have got a force

48:52

and the question in classical antiquity

48:55

always was so who watches the ephors

48:58

which is not a bad question if you think

49:01

about it son but I’m gonna keep back

49:07

because I wanted to give that some more

49:09

thought and have a look at that I mean

49:13

it’s an early stage coin thing and part

49:18

of the thing that has occurred to me

49:20

with these new platforms is when they

49:24

come along with the coin attached and

49:26

all the rest of it you know there are

49:28

something like thirteen hundred separate

49:30

quarries already

49:31

all of which perfectly fine for doing

49:35

this stuff if they’re convertible into

49:37

something spendable and therefore you

49:43

don’t need a token to to get these

49:46

things going you just don’t

49:51

because if the technology works then

49:54

really so anyway that’s another question

50:02

about all this stuff is that if you look

50:07

at an individual thing as a standalone

50:09

thing that’s one thing and therefore you

50:12

would want your token and your token in

50:15

theory gives you independence but if you

50:17

look at it as a a symbiotic system

50:22

whereby they’re all contributing in an

50:29

anti fragile way to the system I mean

50:35

you could argue well you know we could

50:37

have another queen like another coin I

50:41

I’m just skeptical that that’s the way

50:46

to go because there are so many of them

50:50

and they all seem to me to do pretty

50:56

much the same sort of thing and so

51:06

as with all these things that there

51:08

there are a million questions about each

51:10

individual point just to get it down on

51:17

paper as it were the point about

51:24

application specific use cases for

51:31

services sales hire a noose right

51:44

or stuff is what you could call the real

51:47

economy and tokens is that it’s the

51:52

holding place the money is merely an IOU

52:01

so

52:06

if you’re providing staff or a service

52:10

or whatever and a national level you

52:14

know you’re going to deal with the

52:15

national currency the way that national

52:18

currencies are done is not democratic

52:22

and it’s not fair so you want to escape

52:29

from that form of manipulation is having

52:37

your own token a possibility well of

52:39

course we know it’s a possibility but

52:42

all these other tokens also exist and so

52:47

you have to look at the basis that they

52:49

come about and there are three basic

52:50

ways they come about there are what they

52:54

call pre mind core teams that’s a

52:58

central authority

52:59

there are mined coins and there’s kind

53:02

of like a hybrid between the two and

53:04

then you have the idea of going from

53:12

mining to staking which is the hybrid

53:14

that theory has been talking about doing

53:16

but has been finding quite hard to do

53:21

now

53:30

the question then becomes in or off

53:33

themselves those tokens are tokens

53:36

however they’re they’ve done however

53:38

they’re brought into existence all they

53:40

are are manufactured receipts staff is

53:44

those stuff you know the work that you

53:46

do is what you can only do that there’s

53:51

so many hours in the day as it were

53:52

there’s only you know so many bushels of

53:56

corn produced in one year so

54:09

if you attach a token to your stuff and

54:11

you’re in control of your own token how

54:16

does that then match up against these

54:19

other tokens is it better as it worth

54:21

well actually it’s probably better

54:23

because it’s actually backed by thing

54:24

but then how how ubiquitous can it

54:27

become and so the I suppose the question

54:31

that the point becomes the people with

54:34

the staff need to federate into the

54:36

tokens and this is where all my work I

54:40

did a lot of work on a proposed

54:43

federated currency called log on which

54:46

was looking at the the way they did

54:50

money in the Hanseatic League and

55:00

so effectively what brings value to the

55:05

tokens is the the reel web 3 economy

55:10

which is the stuff the services and all

55:12

the rest of it which includes you know

55:14

computer programming and stuff like that

55:16

but not the actual tokens the tokens

55:19

remain a token it’s not it’s not a thing

55:24

in itself and that’s the the big

55:28

cleavage between the thinking of what I

55:31

call the Bitcoin bread heads as opposed

55:35

to the Bitcoin entrepreneurs like a

55:38

bread head is not necessarily an

55:40

entrepreneur because they’re not doing

55:42

stuff or a service making it better all

55:45

of that stuff that we told markets

55:47

produce with competition and innovation

55:50

and all that sort of thing so I found

55:56

reading this Sparta staff and joy in

56:00

their video platform and how they

56:02

propose to govern it quite interesting

56:06

and I’ve gotta say unconvincing

56:15

but it however unconvincing it was to me

56:21

it may be convincing to you and it rains

56:24

entry they are you know it’s kind of

56:29

like a live experimentation so but

56:35

they’re also behind the curve because

56:38

already there is bit tube which is doing

56:44

pretty much the same thing and steam it

56:47

which is doing pretty much the same

56:48

thing which is the challenge that I have

56:51

for my proposed publishing portal

56:56

and what I would say about my proposed

56:59

publishable is it’s not going to have

57:01

its own coating because it doesn’t need

57:03

one and

57:16

that’s on the basis that people using

57:18

have got stuff and they’re going to be

57:20

exchanging their stuff and just

57:22

accepting that other tokens that exist

57:24

have value and basically they can choose

57:30

the ones that have an immediate exchange

57:31

value for day-to-day needs and my own

57:37

preferred way of then changing my

57:42

cryptographic value into valued whole is

57:49

through volt arrow to convert it into

57:51

gold and when voters start doing silver

57:54

or someone else does into silver as well

57:56

and holding those two commodity monies

58:00

and if someone implemented Bernard lady

58:05

a’s terror currency for instance I I

58:08

would be very interested in holding

58:10

terror

58:11

natira because that’s you know it’s

58:14

tangible

58:15

and it’s crypto tokens are intangible

58:21

and they only have value as long as

58:25

people have stuff that they’ll accept

58:27

for them so if you develop stuff and you

58:29

were accept you know it’s the stuff that

58:34

has the value and therefore the value in

58:35

the network are the people who are doing

58:38

actual stuff and it’s a simple point but

58:46

it’s one that seems to pass so many

58:49

people buy perhaps because it is such a

58:51

simple point

58:53

a very interesting sign you got over

59:04

your neck ring sparta which has someone

59:07

who’s just been kicked in the groin

59:18

parity substrata there’s gather game

59:47

they’ll cult of personality going on

59:49

there gaff yes we can

59:55

very Obama s with the colors as well the

60:03

biggest badger games chain maximum

60:08

nerves of the world you not you have

60:11

nothing to lose but your chains

60:41

the dot token I’ve just been saying

60:44

about tokens

60:51

so much of this stuff is repetition so

60:56

much of it is just retreaded money for

61:01

old rope it has to be said and

61:11

yeah

61:14

operation game theory incentivize token

61:17

holders to behave in honest ways good

61:19

act as a reward by this making more bad

61:20

actors lose their stake in the network

61:22

this ensures the network stays secure

61:31

I am NOT a great fan of game theory I’ve

61:35

got to tell you

61:42

it is one view of human nature and has

61:48

developed that is productive

61:55

I mean that said I like shoe bigs worth

62:01

anyway that’s the reason these things

62:08

are relevant to Cambridge analytical and

62:11

to the narrative behind the narrative is

62:15

that no one knows where this all ends up

62:18

or where indeed we’re going but we do

62:22

know the direction of travel and the

62:23

direction we’re moving in and so big

62:28

themes climate change carbon currency 5g

62:37

Internet of Things

62:45

federalization right down to the city

62:47

state level and getting rid of nations

62:52

and really I mean in a way we’re turning

62:57

citizen citizens have been turned into

63:01

consumers who in turn with this law are

63:03

being turned into ashes now you can look

63:05

at that one way I’m not a number on the

63:07

free man I’m not a number I’m a hash is

63:11

a hash the same as a free man well a

63:13

hash can provide the protections of

63:16

anonymity in theory up to a point and so

63:22

those are three big themes here which

63:27

are emerging as the narrative behind the

63:33

narrative what is the overarching

63:36

direction of travel and what are the

63:41

strong currents we can identify in the

63:45

current narratives on the surface level

63:48

to see what’s happening sort of you know

63:51

underneath in in those currents another

63:55

strong theme that I’ve come to over the

63:59

past few months is looking at the in

64:02

this water metaphor when this body of

64:04

water is the idea that the water in the

64:12

fish tank is being changed and you know

64:14

there’s the old maxim that you know that

64:16

the fish doesn’t know the water it swims

64:18

in until it you take it away and in

64:24

modern Commerce the water we all swim in

64:27

is money and we take it for granted and

64:33

if the way that money has done it change

64:36

I they’re changing the water which is

64:38

kind of happening at the moment and on

64:41

this point on my laptop I did save it

64:47

there was a video of Stiglitz telling us

64:53

all that all we should get rid of crypto

64:56

currencies don’t don’t like them at all

64:58

and of course the dollar is a wonderful

64:59

thing it’s done very well but it should

65:02

be more digital it was a disingenuous

65:06

thing I must say let me just

65:44

again so

65:52

there you go Uncle Joe the joseph

65:58

stiglitz right so that’s Stiglitz

66:13

my agency is mad

66:20

5g versus climate change that’s a

66:23

question I put to ranjaar myself the

66:25

other day there’s a bank holiday in

66:28

Britain yesterday around Jena later

66:33

notifications

66:39

they’re a tickle over is a positive

66:42

money positive money who have had the

66:46

push by the green NGO complex

67:04

financial i-285 Gina that’s rain chance

67:08

log

67:14

some interesting conversations with

67:16

range em that they seek should rebellion

67:22

I’m gonna leave that question in there

67:25

because it is a good question I did

67:26

retweet that they say 5g is very bad for

67:31

health and bad for the environment and

67:34

all carbon-based life forms and it’s way

67:39

more damaging to everybody in everything

67:43

than co2 in the atmosphere

68:01

now now that’s there I’m just gonna find

68:05

this idiots that’s a

68:17

because what I did I know I responded to

68:20

it because I put the episode or great

68:24

ask an episode four of these hidden

68:26

secrets of money to Mike Malone things

68:48

that’s the one she blows

68:58

as my little stiglitz priest of usery

69:03

get you come on mate

69:05

are we doing here

69:17

because seriously it’s worth making at

69:23

watching but do have you’re sick bag

69:26

handy I would say

69:35

through these very quick because this is

69:37

still struggling

70:00

knowing

70:19

okay anyone who stumbles on this stream

70:22

I’m just going through to get some

70:27

windows closed I’ve been working on this

70:29

stuff for about three days and I wanted

70:32

to get some notes down and this I found

70:35

is a good way of doing it if I stream

70:37

live and talk I didn’t use the

70:40

transcript as full of notes to actually

70:45

refer back to at a later date etc

71:08

Michael Hudson

71:16

so this is an exponential function this

71:21

much misunderstood

71:54

okay that’s on my LinkedIn this is the

71:57

guy the CEO of bit chew we were just

72:03

looking at spa or enjoy and all that

72:06

sort of thing well these guys are

72:09

already there and it I’ve got a channel

72:15

and it seems to work very well

72:25

the bit to bat and Crow

72:29

and pays two for people to watch your

72:33

videos and videos that you watch and you

72:36

can then put them in you’ve got more

72:38

lesson and exchange them

72:41

and so it’s myself this is the idea

72:46

where you have a service and you have

72:49

your own carrot corn and it becomes kind

72:51

of self-perpetuating you can mine this

72:54

coin and I mean the mining I get

73:07

and I suppose if you’re gonna do it you

73:09

would federates it and you would make

73:11

your coin exchangeable for any other

73:13

coins so for instance I should be able

73:15

to buy their coin with another coin that

73:19

I’m able to mine which also supports the

73:21

network say a theorem or something else

73:26

and that kind of works it’s it’s another

73:35

layer but not another layer of

73:38

complexity but another layer of

73:44

subsidiarity in a way mutuality so

73:52

that’s that’s the point going back to

73:55

the Sparta thing and the point I was

73:56

making about real stuff and the

74:00

tokenization side of things so people

74:03

with real stuff can accept tokens or

74:06

they can issue tokens the exchange

74:10

ability and applicability of those

74:12

tokens in other stuff based projects as

74:21

opposed to mere token based or exchange

74:24

based products

74:28

it’s a really interesting question that

74:30

needs developing a little further but

74:34

both steam and bitch you already have an

74:39

instance all of this and ipfs have got

74:47

file coin which is kind of storage and

74:50

that sort of works because the storage

74:51

means that you know that your files are

74:58

going to be available and so they will

74:59

download slightly quicker over a lot

75:02

quicker in some cases so note to self

75:09

yet again re-examine my earlier work on

75:18

logon and for years and

75:29

distributing applications with real

75:34

tangible services and stuff time and

75:38

labor skin in the game things as opposed

75:46

to the for a for a medium that is

75:53

supposed to disintermediate a token is

75:57

really just a

76:05

intermediary

76:10

without corporeal form as it were it’s a

76:14

digital intermediary as opposed to a

76:18

trusted third-party intermediary but

76:21

it’s it’s no less controlled who is

76:26

benefiting from that distributed

76:28

intermediary token and it’s a question

76:33

to develop and go back to so I’m just

76:39

going to make my notes

77:26

right okay so that’s that’s an

77:31

interesting thought

77:41

LinkedIn

77:46

cool

77:54

okay all right

78:00

i beep PBC roadmap this is the roadmap

78:04

for bitch who bore the organization

78:08

behind it beta version Press

78:14

International

78:39

right very draw next up we have no this

79:05

is paper Lee this is my theorem

79:07

newspaper which generates automatically

79:12

if it’s thrown up some very interesting

79:14

articles over the years yeah I read this

79:20

thing yesterday Bitcoin testing 6,000

79:23

level will justify overall surge and

79:25

cryptocurrency optimism I mean that is

79:28

like reading tea leaves and this one to

79:33

his way at theorem is in the early stage

79:35

of possible mega rally and there is so

79:38

much nonsense that these people talk

79:43

it’s divorced from the real staff in the

79:50

world and skin in the game

79:57

and it goes back to what we’re saying

79:59

about van Newman’s elephant which is

80:02

coming up as well anyway that’s the

80:05

paper Lee newspaper which is it’s an

80:11

interesting way of actually finding

80:14

different things to read that don’t come

80:17

up in the Google search algorithms or so

80:19

many other search engines quite well

80:25

it’s been coming out for years now

80:31

all right refine medium video content

80:34

blockchain now this is the one with the

80:36

video content

80:51

network of moderation this is the

80:52

network of moderators again was this

80:59

related to Sparta or not I’m not it’s

81:01

very similar in its conception and with

81:06

what it’s trying to do is clearly not

81:12

what her first mover’s advantage because

81:14

that is well there’s D – there’s bit

81:18

shoot and there is bit tube and here

81:25

it’s interesting to know the difference

81:26

between cloud-based computing and

81:29

distributed computing they are different

81:33

cloud-based computing is still a server

81:37

based model won’t be with multiple

81:43

single points of failure as opposed to

81:44

one point of failure distributed

81:48

computing is potentially has for

81:54

subsidiarity of every node every

81:57

terminal London on the network acting

82:01

autonomously all in concert so it’s a

82:06

difference of degree rather than of kind

82:10

although in some respects it’s a

82:12

difference of kind

82:18

I would say it’s more a difference of

82:20

degree rather than the kind so there we

82:25

are refined medium

82:44

seriously they have their own token as

82:47

well this interoperability of tokens is

82:53

a very interesting question

82:59

right behind me

83:06

yeah

83:16

vision

83:33

like paper all of that just

83:45

I mean I started reading this they’re

83:48

based in Hong Kong these people and I

83:50

don’t know if it’s just a language thing

83:52

but I found it

 

Advertisements

3 thoughts on ““THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM IS TO CALL THINGS BY THEIR PROPER NAME.” ― Confucius- 2019 Overview, Recap 2011-2019 – Contexts going forward, #BlockChain, #Disintermediation #Psychgraphics, #Propaganda, #Cambridge Analytica. Reality Based communities, Procrustean Elephant Graph fitting. Etc and so on and so forth.

  1. Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s