Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby James S Saint » Fri Jul 25, 2014 12:00 am

Arminius wrote:The rulers (Glozis) can forbid the access to the technology!

Well, they already do that. I mean that one must use what one has, but use it properly.

There is a realm of science that is far, far above public science. And they have technology to match. They are the depicted "space aliens" in films.

Eg;
The reason that an electron cannot meet the proton is simply one of "impedance matching". A small mass charge cannot enter the domain of a large mass charge, even of the opposite charge. Note that as long as the masses of the particles are nearly equal, they do collide, because they are more impedance matched. The truly strongest force in nature is impedance mismatching (most notably between a large and small mass with opposite charges.

I could go into extreme detail of exactly why and how that works and what mass has to do with impedance matching, but it is a very, very long story.

And interestingly to space travel buffs, if you have a very large, heavy space ship with a very strong positive charge on it, then fire a small missile with an equally strong negative charge on it at the ship, the missile will blow up before reaching the ship. The impedance mismatch is a harder surface than the ship.

That is how you get the "impenetrable force shield" depicted in sci-fi films.
The trick is getting the strong charge on the missile. 8)
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby Arminius » Sat Aug 09, 2014 10:58 pm

Where are the heathens posting?
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby Arminius » Wed Oct 08, 2014 12:22 pm

From another thread:

Maia wrote:Pagan matriarchal theocracy.

As a Pagan I find the following campaign quite interesting, though I don't necessarily agree with every single point. The basic proposal is that the state should be run by an order of priestesses. There's a democratic element too, but subject to veto by the priestesses, and a form of conscription for everyone under 25.

http://sovereignmercia.webs.com/

The logical continuation, culmination, and completion of the so-called "revolutions": "French revolution", "Communism" / "Nationalsocialism", and now the "Feminism" as hell on earth.

In comparison to that which follows they always start harmlessly:



All these "projects" end in hell.

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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby Arminius » Sun Aug 23, 2015 10:20 pm

Moreno wrote:
Arminius wrote:I agree, Moreno, as you know from my machine thread. But how many and which options do 99% of the current people have? And how many and which options do the current black Africans have?
I am not completely sure the angle you are taking here. I mean, I understand the words and the sentences, but how they function as an argument. IOW let's agree, most people have few options. Does this mean something I said was incorrect?

But now I will go ahead as if I understand you. I don't see most people as having many options. In my own life I have to fight to breathe, though this is at a level many would not understand, given their situations - most Africans for example. The difference, me guessing here, is that when I say I am a pagan, I mean this in perhaps a more literal sense than you do. I actually believe in stuff that does not fit with scientific consensus - though it doesn't actually contradict any well confirmed research either, whatever my metaphysical differences with scientism. I do think that there is an approach here and as I have said in your AI thread do not assume that AI will take over. But that's because I see possibilities available because of those same paradigmatic differences I just mentioned. Likewise in relation to the kinds of global societal changes that are now more openly (again) appearing in the West now that they do not need us - the people in the West - anymore as a base of operations.

Just to jump to the side: if you think that AI is going to take over and that the current global processes are inevitably leading to a dystopic future, why haven't you become a decadent hedonist? That option is problematic where there is something more valuable to be doing, more interesting, challenging, creative, etc, but if there is no hope....?

If you do see a way out - which seems implicit in the Pagan thread - how do you see this playing out?

Based on the replacement of humans by machines I am speaking of a probability of 80% (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here). 80% is a high probability, but not 100%, so 20% are left.

So there is hope, yes, but if there will be no accident like a big failure of the humans or a huge natural catastrophe, then it will be nearly impossible to go back to times before the so-called "industrial revolution".
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby GreatandWiseTrixie » Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:02 pm

There can be no freedom without Death.
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby Moreno » Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:34 am

Arminius wrote:Based on the replacement of humans by machines I am speaking of a probability of 80% (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here). 80% is a high probability, but not 100%, so 20% are left.

So there is hope, yes, but if there will be no accident like a big failure of the humans or a huge natural catastrophe, then it will be nearly impossible to go back to times before the so-called "industrial revolution".
LOL at self, apologies for missing the %.

So how do you see 'working towards eliminating the threat of human replacement'?
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby Arminius » Tue Aug 25, 2015 3:09 am

Moreno wrote:
Arminius wrote:Based on the replacement of humans by machines I am speaking of a probability of 80% (see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here). 80% is a high probability, but not 100%, so 20% are left.

So there is hope, yes, but if there will be no accident like a big failure of the humans or a huge natural catastrophe, then it will be nearly impossible to go back to times before the so-called "industrial revolution".

LOL at self, apologies for missing the %.

So how do you see 'working towards eliminating the threat of human replacement'?

1) Upheaval (but unfortunately it is not very probable).
2) Failure of the humans (it is very probable, but what follows depends probably on the case 1)).
3) Natural catastrophe (with reference to the near future it is also not very probable).

Do you, and if yes, how do you see "working towards eliminating the threat of human replacement"?
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Re: Will heathendom (pagandom) bring freedom back to us?

Postby LaughingMan » Fri Aug 28, 2015 5:53 pm

Throw in a Pagan sex cult and I'm in.
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