abbreviations:- archeo = archeology/archeological; a t t = at this/that time; (B) C E = (before) Common Era; consp. = conspiracy; e m (r) = electro-magnetic (radiation); f t l = faster than light; gov't = ruling elite; Gov't = formal front-men; hist. = history / historical; inc. = including / inclusive of; MSM = mainstream media; nr = near to; PTB = `powers that be'; spec. = special/specially/specialist; w r t = with respect/relation to
abduction - a reader's question / a reader's observation; more site references
acceleration - speeding-up or slowing down and/or turning; i.e. circular motion = acceleration toward the center
accident - reported causes are not to be trusted, especially `official reports'; some cases. comment on statistical trends; method for analysis / detection
Adam - for Adam Smith
advanced - ~ civilizations; by Nikolai Kardashev; qualities?
A.E.R.O. - international airlines (was called "S.I.T.A."); flight trauma
affection - "Where physical affection is encouraged, theft, organized religion and invidious displays of wealth are inconspicuous; [BUT] where infants are physically punished, there tends to be slavery, frequent killing, torturing and mutilation of enemies, a devotion to the inferiority of women, and a belief in one or more supernatural beings who intervene in daily life" - Carl Sagan in `Cosmos'
African - expansion in prehistory; African Vikings?
Ages - `Four Previous Great Ages'; also maybe see Dark Ages
agriculture - agri-/industry; corrupt subsidies in UK; propaganda
AGW - `anthropogenic (human caused) global warming': - a politico-finance motivated millenial scare, as was the 1970's `Ice Age Scare'; summary of the logic; also see the TWO vdeos: The Global Warming Swindle Pt 1 & The Global Warming Swindle Pt 2
Aid - foreign aid: "taxing poor people in rich countries for the benefit of rich people in poor countries" Bernard Rosenberg
AIDS - you know the basics - some say there's a secret possible cause?
airlines / travel - `Perceptions' warning - & the media record
air rage - when `new' brian is suppressed & `lizard' brain is amplified; an example; - also `road rage'
algorithm - a routine allowing a mathematical problem to be solved `without thought' - from Al-Khwarizmi
alien - some points-to-note; other site-references; also see ET
Abu Ali Ibn Sina - `Avicenna' - polymath: astronomer, chemist, logician and mathematician, physicist and scientist, poet, soldier and statesman, theologian, and foremost physician and philosopher; - `that the mind may exist independently of the body'
Al-Kindi - `the Philosopher of the Arabs' - known as Alkindus in Latin; his physics, medical, mathematical, musical & other theoretical and experimental work was hundeds of years ahead of later Western scientists
altruist - Altruist Survivor principle; first denied by establishment creeps, now being confirmed; see human mentality; human attraction; co-operation; society; roots of ethics; more fundamental evolvability
Alzheimer's - [wiki]; seems to be increasing in the West
analysis - see methods of inquiry
anarchy - `without hierarchies' - self-rule
ancestry - some clues re: human ancestry and earliest diets
ancient - astronauts / aliens
angular - `angular momentum' (conservation of); really an effect of inertia
animal hypnosis - psychological effect; especially in young
anomalies - Google results; re: 800,000 years of human history; re: 3.7 M years of human history; re: UFO/USP
ant - and evolution : i) news ii) earlier speculation
Antikythera - Antikythera Mechanism - ancient analogue computer ["Greeks" link]; a mail reference
a priori - (beforehand) & a posteriori (in retrospect) - Wiki's philosphy defintion; Kant's philosphical usage
Aquarius - zodiac group, changes on Earth?; [ "Aeon of Horus" ]
aristocracy - big subject - here's a start point; reasons why aristocracies are corrupt/incompetent
Arp - Halton, predicts anomalously high redshifts, especially obvious when paired with medium or low redshift objects; Arp on `science paradigms'; (see videoPt2 or go here for list)
arrow - of time; why're scientists scared?
art - ancient art; arts in society
ascendancies - the phenomenon - more site chat; latest mention
asteroid - ("star-like") - body smaller than planet; threat1, threat2, threat3
asteroid threat - dangers & ice-core and treering evidence; early guess; guess2; guess3; guess4
astrology - physics behind `Astrology' is more to do with alignments of planetary masses (`astro' was an understandable pre-medieval error); summary/re-cap; latest evidence
astronomy - astronomers' reports ; planetary alignment checks & predictions, serious astro-physics errors
Atlantis - myth question; poss. undersea sites; new scenario
authenticity - "a fundamental desideratum of the human soul" - Stephen Jay Gould
authority - most often corrupt, psychotic, or pervert
autism - reported increase; recent new evidence
average - often misleading statistic
axis - a (smoothly) rotating object spins around a center-line called its `axis'
Aztec - creation myth
Babylon - (and Sumer) claimed as earliest civilization, astronomy - ology
Bacon - Francis 1561 - 1626 scientist - lawmaker; and also Roger 1214 -1292 scientist - monk
baloney - see `baloney detection kit' (text back-up)
banks - mostly run by usurers; reasons why bankers are corrupt/criminal
banking - "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws." - Mayer Amschel Rothschild; its operation
banking conspiracy - it seems to be still ongoing (Aug. 2017): if you follow the trail of fake suicides of bankers (+lawyers) around the world it seems to heavily implicate Deutsche Bank (Germany) and Deutsche Bank (Argentina); see N.W.O.
barristers - see judges
Barrow - mathematician / physicist taking part in `constants of nature' research - on progress; on `life' and `science'; on those `constants'; his speculation
Bayes' Theorem - method of extracting truth from deceptive statistics used by lying lawyers & politcos; Wiki description w/examples; why corrupt judges/politicos fear it: example#1 / example#2
BBC - its most recent corruption, tax lies; pedophile links & pedo-agents so far (text version); (pedo-chart); secret `tools of the trade'; more site refs
bee - bee behavior, part of Alien Comms
beliefs - `the unrealistic beliefs of diplomats are what soldiers die of' - H. Beam Piper
Berry - Wendell, (quote) good farmer, poet, author & philosopher
Berwyns - `The Berwyns', a group of hills in North Wales (UK), see Berwyn UFO Incident
Bes - pre-Egypt `Green Man' (image), see our report
bias - see `1st Theorem of Science'
Big Bang - increasingly implausible politico-sci scenario of young-universe - arguments against: i) Review of Top 30 Problems (Van Flandern); factual evidence here & here & here
Big Bang - wrong - "If the Big Bang is wrong, then many of the basic ideas of fundamental physics are wrong as well. The same methods that have led cosmology into a blind alley have also simultaneously stalled the advance of knowledge of the structure of matter and energy." - Eric Lerner
Big Crunch - implausible politico-sci scenario of end-of-universe - arguments against: i) gross violation of `2nd Law' (Entropy Law); ii) violation of Leibniz'`Principle of Sufficient Variety'; iii) contradicted by NASA observations; (also see subsequent evidence)
big science - has many problems (caused by human arrogance / ignorance) - an ancient example
binary - in ancient arithmetic & numbers; used for codes, old and new
birds - observations of behavior, re - Prisoner's Dilemma
Black, African - expansion in prehistory, African Vikings also oppression in UK, USA
black hole - unproven hype, instead read `neutron star' or `galactic core' and `redistribution of matter by jets' - update; more detail / detail2; overview
blasphemy - a fake crime - saying or doing something that a churchman or religious disapproves of - see `contempt of court', sedition, treason
Blue Book - one of three USAF `investigations of UFOs' - all were fakes
Bohr - Neils - pioneering atomic theorist, a quote; also said: "prediction is very hard, especially about the future"
Bonilla - José; head of Zacatecas Observatory - 1883 `fleet' sighting & photos
Bonobo - Pan paniscus, smaller, intelligent chimpanzee; peaceful - females have guiding role; estrus
Bragg - a media `talking-head' who later aspired to `thinking' but maybe failed - re: `elite racism', `astrology' and `evolution', (his later realization)
brain - structure; unrecognized abilities; early damage example; anomalies; uses; effects of angular momentum on; DNA's inabilities
Brookings - Report on possible `advanced / superior beings' extracts & links
BSC - like all UK `watchdogs', the Broadcasting Standards Commission was a corrupt body - no integrity
Buckle - Henry Thomas; on `Metaphysics'
Buddha - Gautama Siddhartha, his advice
Buddhism - a philosophy and way of life for the wise (_not_ a religion)
burn-out - "There be some have an over-early ripeness in their yeares; which fadeth betimes: these are first, such as have Brittle Wits, the edge whereof is soone turned; such as was Hermogenes the Rhetorician, whose books are exceedingly Subtill; who after-wards waxed Stupid" - Bacon (Lord Verulam)
cannabis - drug law
cataclysm - (Greek - evil flood) - see below
Çatalhöyük - see `egaliterian'
catastrophe - (Greek - `evil turn') - reasons; probability; an (unrecognized?) example
cause - `I would rather understand one cause than be King of Persia' (then the world's empire) - Democritus of Abdera; other `causes'
Celts - [Keltoi] one of the four great divisions of the ancient world - as described by Ephorus
center of gravity - effective center of a mass
centrifugal / centripetal - force
change - a constant, usually cyclical; i.e. - usually ascending, with each cycle visiting fewer, though often more potent, alternatives
charity - mostly corrupt in Britain; comparisons between greedy rich and generous poor - 2015 update
Charity Commission - accusation of corruption and confirmation, [the CC is as notorious as PCC and BSC]
chimpanzee - closest DNA relation to homo sap, evolved a more intelligent representative - the Bonobo
christianity - another `untried system' - for examples see corrupt C.o.E bishops - perversion of message - perversion of power
Christian ... - (and Muslim) fundamentalism - see `morons'
Christmas - see `Christmas and Easter' and links
C.I.A - Dulles brought SS / Gestapo to form CIA after WWII. C.1950> CIA began diverting funds link1, link2), & began anti-ETH propaganda & operations. Jet Propulsion Laboratory's co-founder (& libertarian) Jack Parsons was then `accidentally' killed and JPL also became CIA-ruled. A CIA website, more at search perceptions; press update (limited)
circular argument - "begging the question"
civilizations - possible proof of lost civs; also see `lost cities'; speculation re: future or alien civs.; cycles of ascendancies
civilized - the rich aren't, the poor are; reason why, earliest (only) truly civilized nation?
Clarke - (1917 - 2008) Sir Arthur; his letter, his view of Mars; Clarke's `Three Laws'
class - i.e. class-bias is covert racism: so is rife among ignorant `upper classes'; report on bad effects in those `upper classes'
climate - `Climate is what we expect - Weather is what we get'; see "weather"
climate-change - summary of the logic; summary of the hoax backgrd; the graphical evidence
true climate change - see the TWO vdeos: The Global Warming Swindle Pt 1 & The Global Warming Swindle Pt 2
clone - asexual conception from only one parent, lacks protection from genetic disorders
CMB - see MBR
cocaine - drug law
Cock-up - usual excuse when conspiracies are detected
collapse - of societies), up-coming forecast
comedy - perhaps most important, among humans anyway
commons - `Governing The Commons' - Elinor Ostrom : "competitive consumption results in mass pollution, desertification & eventual mass starvation"; see the fate of the Dodo, passenger-pigeon, American bison, & ongoing mass extinctions of forest-life / bird-life & today's disappearing fish-stocks, pollution of air and water; (i.e. Adam Smith was wrong; he didn't know/realize the Earth is finite, with limited resources)
communication - meaningful communication requires consciousness; plus the necessary sentience/intelligence
communism - another `untried system'
complex - `complex phenomena' are those not amenable to mathematical (`scientific') description: i.e. turbulence (in fluids), most biology, culture, consciousness etc; see also simple
complications - anything said to be `complicated' (like some science and most taxes) is probably corrupt; as Einstein said - `If you can't explain it in a few short words then you don't understand it'.
conditioning - psychological, consumerist, skeptic v believer
conformism - ease of `brain-washing'; soc/sci dangers; Samuel Butler's comments; `signs'
congress(men) - see `members-of-parliament'
conscious - "A scientific world view which does not profoundly come to terms with the problem of conscious minds can have no serious pretensions of completeness." Roger Penrose - `Shadows of the Mind' p. 8
consciousness - a consensus arrived at by the sense organs and (sometimes gullible) parts of the brain; maybe affected by quantum-weirdness?
consensus - "Well, when you have a consensus of scientists, that should set off alarms." David F. Noble p. 205 `The Paradigm Shifters'; also see `status quo' & `experts' - in science the largest consensus was always wrong about unsolved problems: the reasons; recent example; Bertrand Russell's view & Fred Hoyle's
conspiracy - suspected - detected - motives; test for conspiracy; changing public-opinion c. 1980;
conspiracy theory - derogatory term invented by CIA to discourage interest in or investigation of Kennedy assassination (also see `UFO Nut')
constant - see change
constitution - UK's lack of
contempt of court - most often a fake crime - i.e saying something that a judge is afraid of or disapproves of; (many UK judges and courts _are_ contemptible - see `libel', `blasphemy', `sedition', `treason' trials)
control - see N.W.O
Coriolis - an apparent force
coroners - reported causes are not to be trusted, especially `official reports'; some cases. comment on statistical trends
corruption - power leads to corruption; analysis of gov't
Corus - previously "British Steel" - now a supra-national combine; influence in corrupt UK courts
cosmopolitan - 'citizen of the universe' - (see `falsity of nations') a term invented by our hero Diogenes [wiki], a rationalist who lived riotously but minimally - he slept under a disused wine barrel. When the King of Athens asked what royal favor he might grant the famous philosopher, Diogenes replied "You can move, you're blocking my sunlight"
cosmos - whole of universe
countries - ~ don't exist
CPS - like all UK `watchdogs', the Crown Prosecution Service is a corrupt, racist organization, under the aegis of a corrupt, racist `Home Office'; some site refs
creation - a myth found world-wide, here's the Olmec-Maya-Toltec-Mixtec-Aztec creation myth - a modern scientific alternative; Hoyle's view
`Creation' - (myth) First traceable Original was a Sumerian experiential history (c. > 4000 BCE); that was co-opted by later Semite (Babylonian) invaders (w/patriarchal `supernatural' spin for mind-control); ditto by later Hebrew slaves of Babylon; ditto by later Xtian slaves of Rome; ditto by later Arab (`Muslim') imitators
crises - mostly fake: an example is recent engineered migrant/refugee crisis, the planning of which probably began in 70's, 80's 90's; the methods used are often `false-flag'
Cro-magnon - from area of France, name given to early homo.sap
crystal - formation; their mystery
cults - reasons, cataclysmic reasons, "Piscean" / "Aquarian"
culture - definition - some examples; `pseudo-culture' is imposed by ruling elites or bureaucracies
Dando, Jill - presenter on Crime-Watch TV prog - assassinated for maybe learning too much; also see Seema1.html (go "View HTML" for lowdown)
Dark Ages - in - 6th Cent.; or western Europe, Greece & Persia; more generally; Americas?; China; pre-Ionian Greece - "Perhaps in time the so-called Dark Ages will be thought of as including our own" - Georg C. Lichtenberg
dark energy - recently invented; see `cosmological constant', `quintessence', `vacuum energy', `zero point energy' - UEF
dark matter - recently invented; see `dark energy'
Darwinism - (crude natural selection) a possible - but hardly likely - mechanism for a certain type of evolution; (Wallace's alternative)
data - investigative use; for other purposes see `Datakind' (for not-for-profits & charities etc)
Dawkins - his `Selfish Gene' said "selfishness wins", so he had to attack Altruist Survivor principles, (via the BBC); his claims have collapsed and the A.S. Theory's now being confirmed (see egs here, here, here & here); recent news-item
death - cause in organic cellular beings?; in society reported causes are not to be trusted, especially `official reports'; some cases. comment on statistical trends - `near-death' effect in animals, humans, (& `little-death' in marriage)
debunkers - (or `skepti-bunkers') organized anti-progress zealots or agents generating sci-misinfo, social-misinfo, and abuse; later confirm & summary; method for analysis / detection
decadence - the phenomenon - more site chat
deducing - predicting future outcome from a general law or principle - as opposed to inducing
democracy - "no modern state qualifies as a democracy in the (classical) Greek sense of being directly ruled by its citizens" - Oswyn Murray, in `Early Greece'
denial - common in mediocre members of the professional classes
Descartes - René Descartes - French philosopher [early scientist] mathematician; developed positional / co-ordinate 'dimensional' scientific method; 1596-1650
detecting - methods of inquiry
determinist - determinism (cause > effect), like reductionism (taking apart organisms / phenomena for analysis) i.e. like most neo-Darwinists, cannot predict anti-intuitve / unforseeable emergent qualities or attributes resulting from self-organizing complexity;
dexterity - work needed for brain completion; for humanity
Diamond - Prof. Jared Diamond - his work, earlier interview, Stanford reference to "Guns, Germs & Steel", useful knowledge
dictator - And a dictator ... has no choice but to lead his people into foreign war, to keep them from turning upon him. - H. Beam Piper
dictionary - on-site dictionary
dirty money - `does no good'; because gotten unfairly, is used unfairly amd wastefully: by lying politicos, murderous rulers, greedy usurers and other thieves/pervs
disease - the mystery of selective immunity (i.e. most are `infected' - few suffer)
divergence - evolutionary - Alltruist Survivor; recent evidence
divining - background of water/metal dowsing / divining; for other meanings see `omens' -
divorce - early democratic approach
DNA - see genes
dolphins - links page whale / dolphin behavior, repeats question at Alien Comms
dowsing - working hypothesis
dream - stages of sleep: types of dream
driving - mental change & subsequent addictiveness - also "road rage" and earth-damage
drug law - used as race / class weapon, UK & USA, less risk; method for analysis / detection
dualism - ethos of Zoroastrianism: `good' vs `evil' - example
DVT - `Perceptions' warning - & the media record
Dystopia - corruption aways conspires to create dystopian groups and civilizations - while human (and maybe animal) fairness always attempts to improve societies towards utopia
earnings - `Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us' & `The puzzle of motivation'; application for sensible government; see `incentive / motivation'
Earth danger - impact-warning, early, general; extinctions
Earth's asteroid threat - ice-core and treering evidence; early guess; guess2; guess3; guess4
earth quakes - tectonic event, forecast here (w/tools & maps / reports);
Easter - see `Easter and Christmas' and links
E.B.E - see E.T, - also UFO
eccentricity - "The amount of eccentricity in a society has been proportional to the amount of genius, vigor and moral courage which it contains" - John Locke
economics - a non-science - best assessed by a (rare) competent historian like David Hackett Fischer in `The Great Wave' (see QuickPDF, reviews and our ref.); i.e the "isms" of politicos are irrelevant; they merely ride a wave - of greed / fraud / perversion in the case of `Thatcher-ism' & `Blair-ism' (part of Fourth or Fifth Great Wave - ongoing: as seen)
education - what's wrong with UK / western edu? and biased education generally?; education is more economical than ignorance; why education charges are corrupt
egalitarians - Koutroulou Magoula, Indus Valley and Çatalhöyük - N0 palaces, barracks or prisons (or slave houses); everybody had good, hygienic accomodation, of a quality not since equalled in most parts of the world; this seems to be covered-up today
Egypt - from `The Teachings of Ptahhotep': "No one is born wise"
Egyptology - mainstream seems dominated by ignorance & politics, suppressing impartial science and real scholarship
Einstein - (quote) dissatisfaction with the theories
Eisenhower - war speech; thoughts on UFOs
electron - proton-surround; its time-bias
elephant - in North America, an ancestral form
elf - "Little People"
elites - Samuel Butler's comment; a side-effect; a direct effect; method for analysis / detection
emotions - humans' organic/animal inheritance
empire - past empires; the future of empires; for mechanism of, see `rule'
e.m spectrum - see electro-magnetic spectrum
encyclopedia - on-site encyclopedia
enemy - enemies are people you know - strangers are potential friends
energy - quick definition
english disease - pedophilia (in UK's ruling classes); phrase was first used in Europe, where (pedophile) English aristocrats took their `Grand Tour' ; method for analysis / detection
entelechy - [having - growing] one's purpose within oneself [Wiki]; maybe exemplified by Sheldrake's `Morphic Resonance' and Milton's `Directed Evolution' (of bacteria etc.)
entropy - `entropy always increases' (2nd Law - Wiki); which forbids a maximum-entropy "big-bang" followed by present low-entropy universe - which therefore may be eternalist
Epicurus - (341 BCE, Samos - 270 BCE, Athens) Greek philosopher - see `Principle of Plenitude'
epistemology - asks the questions: What is knowledge? / How is knowledge acquired? / To what extent is it possible for a given subject or entity to be known?
equality - see egalitarianism; review of today's problems (inc. real and fake `terror'); UK's inequality problem
eschatology - study of of final things, ie. `death, judgement, heaven, and hell'
e.s.p - paranormal
estrus cycle - fertility cycle in most animals
E.T - "Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying." - Arthur C. Clarke
ether - (physics) Michelson / Morley experiment; (metaphysics) "the ether is the floor of others who, stepping there, begin to notice you" - Tanith Lee
ethics - a sort-of definition
E.U. - European Union; present incompetence or corruption, (like the UK); past Muslim conspiracy; plotting dominance?; probable schemings; earlier secret treachery; two-faced regrets
Europe - "Germany is Europe" - Adolf Hitler
eugenics - references and links for review / download
Evans - R, pervert liar, parasite, coward (see BBC) - maybe a typical lawyer and politician
evolution - plant, animal & human evolution; `Perceptions' coverage of controversy, latest site update(s);
experts - Clarke's Law re: `experts'; why many `experts' are unreliable; `why experts are often/usually wrong' by David H. Freedman & Dan Gardner (Amazon reviews); latest research says: experts biased to `employer'
extinct - (of a species: dead); 99.999* % of all Earth species are extinct; most soft-bodied groups died-out by a billion yrs ago, most fish & invertebrates by some hundreds of million yrs ago, most reptiles & saurians within last hundred million yrs, and most mammalian lines during last few tens of millions of yrs
extinctions - temperature graph; extinction graph; dangers
extra-sensory - (also telepathy & others) paranormal
extra-terrestrials - examined
extremism - reaction of the nervous & ignorant; see fundamentalism
fable - poss. reading
faerie - fairie / fairy - controversy, "Little People"
faith - not using logic or evidence, `faith' is necessarily an emotion; "It is, indeed, one of the ideals of science that we should not simply take things on trust, and that our beliefs should, at least from time to time, be tested against the realities of the world." - Roger Penrose - `Fashion, Faith and Fantasy' p. 121
fake-sci - an example; many more here
fallacy - false but believable argument, mostly used by politicians, economists, media, lawyers, bureaucrats, priests, and by authority in general; method for analysis / detection
false flag - gov't terrorism - `Perceptions' coverage of the history; latest site update(s);
falsifiable - testable (`yes' or `no') by experiment, as proposed by Popper
farming - estimated origin
fashion - fashions, fancies and emotions; "It is, indeed, one of the ideals of science that we should not simply take things on trust, and that our beliefs should, at least from time to time, be tested against the realities of the world." - Roger Penrose - `Fashion, Faith and Fantasy' p. 121
fast evolution - poss. explanation for Cambrian Explosion
Fatima - in Portugal, scene of a significant 1917 event
fear - primeval, leading to racism; and defensive materialism: mostly used by gov't - military/security - big pharma; public fears & phobias are mostly politicaly engineered (divide and rule & rule by fear) - current situation (scroll)
feet - converting from feet to meters; and from meters to feet
felines - predators, some carrying a brain disease (to disable future prey, disarm possible enemy)
female - human template; males are response to adversity?
feng-shui - as a "lost" or proto- science
Fermi - scientist - posed a "paradox" (based on false assumptions?)
fertility - conclusions, Nasa confirms? the media record
Feynman - Q.E.D physicist - some thoughts: `What we don't know' & `What is Science?'; more at SEARCH
fines - usually a fraud against the public
finite - [also `finity', `finitude'] - all we know is finite, perhaps excepting the universe
fisherfolk - personal, political
flat tax -the `only fair tax' - see Adam Smith and modern politicos lies (why the rich refuse fair taxes)
flight trauma -`Perceptions' warning & the media record
force - quick definition
forces - term used by blind science to cover-up lack of knowledge; an unknown force [UEF]; recent catch-up?
foreign aid - "taxing poor people in rich countries for the benefit of rich people in poor countries" Bernard Rosenberg
Forrestal - first US `Secretary of Defense'; mysterious death 1948 - see CIA
Fort - Charles Hoy Fort: (site refs and some sayings); critic of `mainstream science'; collector of reports of anomalous phenomena; his work is now slighted by establishments - as with Adam Smith - by hidebound pro-censorship groups misappropriating his name [i.e. `fortean' / `forteana' etc]
Fry - Andrew Fry, a BBC pervert bully, liar and coward; typical of corrupt and/or incompetent BBC producers / editors
f.t.l comms - projected `instantaneous' inter-stellar communication - a suggested system
Full Moon - overview; (also see `criminality'); also see Syzygy
fundamentalism - present situation; the process; time of change; researched mechanism
galactic - referring to the Milky Way galaxy (only)
galaxian - referring to all other galaxies ("offshore")
gamma-ray - bursts, real cause
gas - one of the `divisions' of matter, theories for existence / actions
G.B.R - `Great Barrier Reef', now being damaged and threatened by heavy pollution (via corrupt politicos and corporates) - see controversy
genes - can only adapt to the present (soon to be `past'); are not a `blueprint'; nor can they be `selfish'
gender ratios - mysterious variations due to wars - see Indian example
genius - "Some men come by the name of genius in the same way as an insect comes by the name of centipede - not because it has a hundred feet, but because most people can't count above fourteen" - Lichtenberg
genocide - medieval example; early English examples; later English genocides
ghosts - ghost page, recent testimony; some site refs
G.I.G.O - example
Gladio - western State `terrorism' organizations (generic) - definition, purpose, our reference (scroll)
globalists - see `N.W.O' + Banking
true `global warming' - see the TWO vdeos: The Global Warming Swindle Pt 1 & The Global Warming Swindle Pt 2
GM - review of the `science'; external reviews & reports
Gödel - his paradox
Goddess - an ancient female-led world-religion possibly dating back to well before dynastic Egypt and Sumer (say about 10,000 to 12,000 years)
good - all outcomes are not known to humans, therefore a good person is one who avoids doing foreseeable harm
Gould - Stephen Jay ~, science essayist - realizes genes not (quote) `Darwinianly selected'; opinion of males, Darwin's "mechanism" versus Wallace with - "the transformation of the possible"
government - "Government has robbers and thieves to guard us" - Abdul Bari; lack of integrity; method for analysis / detection
GP - `general practitioner' - non-specialist family doctor in Britain, medical
gravity - a shadow in the inertial field (UEF); [i.e. - hence gravitational mass = inertial mass; same thing]; also see site references - theory: "there is no model of the theory of gravitation today ..."; and see `Speed of Gravity' from Tom Van Flandern
greed - sign of evolutionary failure; ongoing UK example; scientific analysis of greed; modern effect of greed; research shows how greed-thoughts (of money) switches on dishonesty; more site refs
Green Man - pre-historic deity - see report on UFO's and Fairies / Legends
G.U.T - `grand unified theory' - to unite `gravity' (which mainstream science still believes is a `force') with `quantum theory'; present pseudo GUTs soon to be replaced by UEF Theory
half life - (wiki) demands a theoretical reason; newly discovered variations give some clues, (and throw`carbon dating' into disarray - again)
happiness - a review;
heat death - along with a `big crunch' - a science mis-understanding (perhaps from ulterior motives
heliocentric - concept of a rotating spherical Earth orbiting a central Sun - 1st attributed to Aristarchus of Samos (Aegean); maybe also Qi Meng of Han China
heritage - often cover for official corruption - also "tradition"
heroin - drug law
Herbert - Frank:- author - "Dune" sagas etc, also produces brilliant short pieces; some of his sayings:- on `balance' & `credibility', on "organic beings" (scroll down), on imbalance
historians - mostly sycophantic +/or biased (try site-search for "historian"); personal choice of good historians: Herodotus &, Diodorus, Buckle, Fischer
history - - of known civilizations: a review; in reality - "History is a set of lies that people have agreed upon." - Napoleon; "History is bunk" - Henry Ford
Hogan - James P. Hogan, author; see `Kicking The Sacred Cow' [Amazon]
Holy Roman Empire - remnant of Roman Empire, as temporarily revived by Charlemagne in 800 CE
homeopathy - Mae-Wan Ho et al show that `There is now good evidence that water is quantum coherent under ambient conditions' - so water has `a memory', and can `communicate' with other water - I.e. the conditions needed for homeopathy to work
homo sap - evolution
honour - public honour is usually worthless, while private honour is priceless
Horus - "Aquarius"
Hoyle - a real scientist - "They defend the old theories by complicating things to the point of incomprehensibility." - his opinion of the science establishment; on "creation" and "providence"; Hoyle on the `Reliabilty of Science and the Scientific Consensus'
hubris - self-destructive foolishness arising from pride; Sagan succumbed to it, breaking his own `rules' in the case of Dr Velikovsky and also in the case of Profs Hoyle & Wickramasinghe
human sacrifice - in Europe & America but not in Ancient Egypt (according to Herodutus)
humane - of animals, maybe more-so than some humans
Humason - Milton Humason - Pasadena muleskinner, later astronomer, made discovery of first galaxy outside the Milky Way [found Cepheid variables to prove distance of Andromeda Galaxy]
humor - why necessary in humans, maybe always for survival, its real value; [poss. fox humor]
Hutton - 'journalist'
hypnosis - animal ~, an effect produced in the young (of advanced species) by inhumane treatment
IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency; corrupt (from the start)
I.D. - `Intelligent Design':- the concept; the history
ideas - "An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all." - Oscar Wilde
ignorance - ignorance costs much more than education
illusion - distortion of reality, reasons
immemorial - `rights immemorial" site refs
immoral - seeking advantage/privilege; a scientific analysis
immortality - death
immune - system, as a behavior marker
impacts - dangers; early guess; guess2; guess3; guess4; looks like this is example
inbreeding - genetic danger of inbreeding; religious/economic reasons; see `increase of morons'
Inca - Peruvian 'civilization' overthrown by Spanish conquest, which also destroyed most written records; an Inca proverb
incentive - how it works: `RSA Animate - Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us' & `The puzzle of motivation'; application for sensible government
income - usually a wage, some countries considering a `national wage'
incompetence - usually a pretence; method for analysis / detection
inducing - inferring a general law or principle from particular observed facts - as opposed to deducing
Indus Valley - see egaliterian
inequality - see equality; UK's inequality problem; some results
inertia - UEF-endowed property of mass - cause; unexplained by `Relativity'; QUOTE - "The law of Inertia has no known origin"; our examination
inertial mass - demo - `power of inertia'
inquiry - methods of inquiry
instantaneous - "instantaneous transmission of information" which science still deems impossible - but UEF Theory demands, as do other phenomena - "Speed of Gravity" & certain crystals' symmetry; here's a mail reference, and here's a valuable use of effects
intelligence - non-measurable combo of attributes - fallacy of `national intelligence'; academics tend to ignore real intelligence; & politicos lie about it; psychiatrists mis-represent it; also see motivation of intellect; also see `I.Q.'
intelligent design - a non-testable hypothesis; - a modern scientific alternative
intelligentsia - opinion of John Updike's; reason why intelligentsia flawed; why biased - also, why corrupt
interest - (sometimes used for) - payments demanded by usurers
investment - why investment differs from usury
IPCC - like all UK `watchdogs', the `Independent Police Complaints Commission' is a biased and corrupt agency - see egs. here and here (background); method for analysis / detection
I.Q. - definition of types of intelligence; reasons for gain / loss of I.Q
Ireland - (`Hibernia') neolithic possessor of science & civilization
Islamic - early science; early history; drive for knowledge; an ascendancy; modern situation;
isotope - an element - in the soil, the air and even in our bodies - can come in "heavy" and "lite" versions, merely because it has more or fewer neutrons in its atomic nucleus; heavy and lite versions of the same element are called `isotopes'
Jeans - James Jeans; on `Physics & Reality'; a thought; some quotes
jets - UEF phenomenon, early appreciation, recently realized danger, also Solar System
Johnson - "Dr" Samuel ~, couldn't afford English `doctorate' - finally got honorary degree after writing first `English' dictionary, historian, his biography from Boswell; some `Johnsonian' sayings
journals - when science journals get prestige and power they inevitably become corrupt - examples here, here & here; also see "peer review"
judges - in UK mostly corrupt and/or pervert - historical reasons; some consequences; overview; method for analysis / detection
junk - junk mails - (about 14.5 bn of them) are paid for (compulsorily) by working people and the poor (the only net-tax-payers), due to corrupt business tax-allowances and postal charges
Jury - origins; preventing cruelty and abuse; mathematical / sociomental reason for
justice - Fiat justitia ruat caelum - `Let justice be done, though the heavens fall'
Fundamenta justitiĉ sunt, ut ne cui noceatur, deinde ut communi utilitati serviatur - `The foundations of justice are that no one shall suffer wrong; then, that the public good be promoted'
Khayyami - Omar - mathematician, astronomer, and controversial poet
Khidr - al-Khidr "the Green Man of the Sufis" - see report
kindness - quality of self-aware animals - but not of `authority'
kinetic - 'theory' supposedly accounting for gas behavior
knowledge - Wolfram's `Timeline of Computational Knowledge' - 20Kyrs BCE - 0 / to 1600 CE / to 1800 CE / to 1900 CE / to 1960 CE / to 2010 CE
law - in a real democracy; today's corrupt law; method for analysis / detection
Law - (science) - It is easy to ignore a Principle, while a Law is only circumvented with difficulty; yet the latter can be useful while the former is invariably fatal
Leavitt - Henrietta, astronomer, discovered (1912) the Cepheid variables' correlation of brightness with slow variation - allowing true distance to be estimated
Leibniz - philosopher, theoretical scientist and mathematician; invented the Calculus (some background), disproved `Newtonianism' - check his `physics from metaphysics'
Leo - `The Age of Leo' - a clue from Mercator; more clues from Egpt & South America; some clues from the calendar;
leprechaun - "Little People"
lesbian - a possible association
leukemia - early investigator & preventer
Lewis. C.S - &Tolkien
libel - misuse of law in UK, our policy; method for analysis / detection
library - in a democracy; attitude of elites
life - Barrow's suggested definitions; some of Smolin's thoughts; life in the universe (working there)
Life - "The transition from non-life to life in our view must have involved the resources of all the stars in all the galaxies in a substantial part of the Universe, but this transformation needs to have taken place only once" - Prof. Chandra Wickramasinghe
life after death - a useful belief: i) doesn't do harm; ii) strengthens motivation to do good in this life; iii) if true - the believer is well prepared, and best equipped
limitation - `statute of limitation' - a corrupt `law' whereby the rich and powerful can delay proceedings and escape prosecution
literacy - vital for civilization; a personal recollection
logic - is flawed (also see dogmatics)
lost cities - in Brazil (Fawcett's); under-sea cities; lost civilizations
lost science - Greek - Egyptian - Chinese; in west and east re-examined here
lottery - "Lottery Commission" - corrupt upper-class UK committee
Lucretius - (c. 99 BC - c. 55 BC) Roman philosopher, follower of Epicurus - his `Principle of Plenitude'
loyalty - loyalty to any cause (other than truth) is merely a form of ignorance
Mach - his Principle: `If we feel an effect when we rotate and the rest of the universe remains fixed, we must feel exactly the same effect when the stars are rotated the other way round while we are fixed' - from Lee Smolin
Madagascar - a mass sighting at Tananarive City
M.A.F.F - Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food: recently scrapped, run by bent senior civil servants, who now control its successor DEFRA.
magic - so-called `forces' (of Physics); paranormal, as folk-lore, lost science, deeper explanation for UFO / faerie / legends
magic forces - blind science cover-up for lack of causality
mandarins - civil service bosses, senior bureaucrats (in UK called the `First Division' of civil-service - and all corrupt)
marijuana - drug law
markets - always tend to corruption and slavery, pollution, desertification and starvation; cycles of operation
Mars - strange data - re artifacts; history, xenocide?; opinion of probe results
mass - officially a mystery; `weight'; `gravitational vs. inertial'; cause of grand cycles??
mass-extinctions - extinctions
materialism - scientific materialism: the view that, as only insensate matter exists, then `mind' and `consciousness' must be merely emergent qualities of sufficiently complex matter - maybe leading to strong A.I. (all refuted by Leibniz)
materialism - social materialism: tendency to selfishness and desire for wealth, maybe leading to usury
mathematics - an (incomplete) human construct; [Gödel's paradox means mathematics can't prove anything]
matter - `Most, if not all, of the matter in the Universe, doesn't exist for much, if not most, of the time - which itself might be similarly interrupted.' - there's similar thoughts from Leibniz, & from Wallace, & (reluctantly) from Einstein; - theory; change in (universal), w.r.t. thresholds in
Maxwell - greatest experimental scientist, almost discovered real Gas Laws
Maya - so-called empire and real Maya; Mayan "long count" - creation-myth of Olmec - Maya - Toltec - Mixtec - Aztec
Mayer - Julius ~; discovered principle of conservation of energy (that Work is Heat and vice versa), ultimately leading to Einstein's E = M c2
M.B.R. - Microwave Backgound Radiation, often misleadingly claimed as `Cosmic' - seeing as almost all variations in MBR overwhelmingly originate within the Galaxy and Solar System, and largely from Earth itself; "The radio fog surrounding us is ambient starlight reflecting local structure and the equilibrium temperature of space." - Hilton Ratcliffe
medieval science - which of the two Bacons?
mediums - some accredited examples
mental stability - vaguely treated as science subject; some personal observations
merit - rarely recognised in a human lifetime; eg. cannot be `wealth' or `success'
meta-evolution - & para-Evolution
metaphysics - examination of mataphysics, by Buckle, with short exposition by Lee Smolin
meteor (oid / ite) - "shooting star" - `meteoroid' burns-up; if reaching ground called `meteorite' - danger from
meter - converting from meters to feet; and from feet to meters
methods - methods of inquiry
MI-5/6 - English `security' + `intelligence' agencies (began as military - hence MI) - now seems largely controlled by elite's perverts, an investigator's opinion
M.I.B - UFO
Michelson / Morley - experiment
military - many military folk try to be honourable - but most of their `leaders' (politicos & generals) are scum; i.e. "fish rot from the head"
mind - "... it is our present lack of understanding of the fundamental laws of physics that prevents us from coming to grips with the concept of `mind' in physical or logical terms." - Roger Penrose (`The Emperor's New Mind' p. 4)
Mind Control - earlier forecast; modern attempt; modern classification
Miztec - creation myth
momentum - angular; an example
monogamy - mating / living as family group; in humans
Moon - Full Moon (also see `criminality'); New Moon; also see syzygy
moral - sharing/self-sacrifice/bravery; (see commons, cults etc)
Morgan - Elaine, her "Aquatic Ape" theories have helped explain previously unsolved questions - refs: Answer, dedication, The Fish, passing evils; Aquatic Ape update
morons - increasing due to immigrants, opposing / ending the Flynn Effect - eg.#1; eg.#2; eg.#3; eg.#4 [in date order]; main cause (inbreeding) + early warning; UK example (Pakistanis); Qatar research also; Jammu research also international assessment; EU OUTCOME; two-faced EU `regrets'; illegal Bangladeshis; see Cruel Results
mortality - death
motion - Newton's Laws of
motivation - `Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us' & `The puzzle of motivation'; application for sensible government
MPs - (congressmen) - mostly greedy incompetents or thieves; (two honourable exceptions were framed and banned - too honest); method for analysis / detection
M.S.M - `main stream media': owned by a handful of international corporates, corruptly subsidized by big-banking (i.e. thieving usurers) and in league with big-pharma (i.e. profiteering by chemical addictions, toxic pesticides and dangerous GMOs)
murder - reported causes are not to be trusted, especially `official reports'; some cases. comment on statistical trends; method for analysis / detection
Music - can be proven non-interpretable, and its power is ineffable; see musical memories
Muslim ... - (and Xtian) fundamentalism - see `morons'
mutation - rates of; action of Cambrian explosion & its possible cause
mysteries - ~ of science (more here & here & here); ~ of the un-identified; ~ of the un-natural
myth - explains the mysterious, example 1 - examples 2; most myths seem to refer to, or cover-up, real events
nationalism - "the great nations have always acted like gangsters" - Stanley Kubrick
`national wage' - being considered by progressive countries - like Switzerland and Canada, N.Z, Finland, Netherlands
nations - ~ don't exist
natural selection - (Darwinism) a possible - but hardly likely - mechanism for a certain type of evolution; (Wallace's alternative)
nature/nurture - long-running debate: latest evidence
Nazi - Modern Nazi cult-groups - "Germany had, after all, risen from the ashes of World War I and evaded the restrictions of the Versailles Treaty through use of a variety of underground organizations, and Hitler and his top lieutenants had repeatedly pledged that they would do it again if Germany fell to the Allies." p.p. 68-69 `Blowback' by Christopher Simpson - also see `The Third Way' by Joseph P Farrell
Neanderthal - Homo sapiens neanderthalensis
near death - effect in animals, humans, (& `little-death' in marriage)
neutron - the shielded proton - radiation, smt, footnotes
new brain - brain
New Moon - overview; also see Syzygy
Nietzsche - recognized social evolution - "Werde was du bist" - ("we shall become what we must" ) - mistook direction of change, (his quote on War)
non-science - some so-called `sciences' are no such thing: ecology, economics, epidemiology, meteorology (weather) have too many unknown variables for accurate forecasts; further, sociology and psychiatry etc. are composed almost entirely of unknown variables plus a lack of knowledge of cause - effect (the `mechanics')
Nordic - & Norse - Viking
normal curve - (Gaussian Distribution); I.Q. example; social example; see statistical detective-work
N.W.O. - `New World Order'; modern political reference / money reference
objectivity - passive observation: not possible for humans. "there is ground for suspicion that any system built on the passiveness of the mind must be false, as a system." - Samuel Taylor Coleridge, after Goethe.
OCD - reader's request
OFCOM - see `watchdogs'
OFSTED - see `watchdogs'
Olmec - black African leaders (at least) of prehistoric expeditions to South America as Vikings" of their day; also creation myth
Omar Khayyami - mathematician, astronomer, and controversial poet
omens - possible remnant of lost science when `divining' trends or future events
ontology - `discourse on being' - essence / nature of things; term often overused, also maybe conflated with eschatology (doctrine re after-death & judgement) +/or thanatology (study of death)
OOPARTS - `out of place artifacts' - disliked by mainstream archeology - a multi-page OOPART assembly (by `creationists' but interesting all the same; might be proof of something else)
Oppressed - down-trodden of the world ( al-mustad'afin ), altruist survivors
organizations - tendency to corruption
orrery - working model of Solar System; here's free software +/or online orreries - used for making alignment checks for forecasting seismic / or sunspot activity (using info here)
overseas aid - "taxing poor people in rich countries for the benefit of rich people in poor countries" Bernard Rosenberg
Oxbridge - Oxford and Cambridge - the elite English universities, incompetence
Pagan - "Without Paganism the world would be empty and miserable" - Thabit ibn Qurra
Pan - "God of Nature" in Greek mythology; (Pan troglodytes, Pan paniscus Latin names for old and new chimpanzee
pangenesis - another of Darwin's beliefs
panspermia - panspermia is the expectation of ubiquitous life in the Universe; sometimes called `Cosmic Ancestry'; (seems the idea is unpopular with Gov't)
paradigm - example or model (of behavior or thought) - see problems caused by social and scientific paradigms; use of sci-paradigms
paradoxes - some famous paradoxes
para-evolution - Cosmic-level Evolution
paranormal - Wallace's opinion, explanation for faerie/legend, for UFO angst, for telepathy, [Eysenck's opinion]; of e.s.p; site references & mail
parasites -corrupt politicos, bankers, bishops, lawyers, bureaucrats, police-chiefs, judiciary etc. - i.e. those who take their orders from the rich and powerful but get their income from the helpless citizenry (by taxes / tithes / usury etc.); method for analysis / detection
Parkinson - Cyril, K, sailor, soldier, scholar, administrator, writer on inevitable tyranny under increasingly incompetent bureaucracies
parliament - (congress) see MPs (members-of-parliament); method for analysis / detection
particle physics - the misunderstanding
parties - (political); a reappraisal
patriotism - GBS's opinion
pauline - the heresy
PCC - see `watchdogs'
peace - violent societies continually talk of peace - peaceful societies don't
peer review - recent recognition of its faults; examples here & here; increasing criticism; more site references
perception - perception and maybe even consciousness itself is a non-local quantum process; also, some brains can be more blind to reality
perfection - impossible in human society (see corruption); i.e. - any small decision opting for privilege starts a decline to inevitable collapse
Periodic Table - impossible in human society (see corruption); i.e. - any small decision opting for privilege starts a decline to inevitable collapse
Persians - one of the four great divisions of the ancient world - as described by Ephorus
personal space - a subjective view
pervert - against the interests of own species, in self-aware social species (i.e. like us humans): perverts pose as gov't, judiciary, police; churchmen; bureaucrats & taxmen; security; usurers etc.; see ongoing cover-ups and example; method for analysis / detection; (the likely cause and outcome)
perverting - perverting the course of justice
petite morte - `little death' effect in male humans
phenotype - observable characteristics of an animal - body, behavior, gender; change without DNA change
philosophy - fatally flawed
phobias/fears public phobias & fears are mostly politicaly engineered (divide and rule & rule by fear) - current situation (scroll)
photon - a reaction to movement of matter, reason for "future path viabilty"
physics - expert opinion re: physical reality and our perceptions; our own speculation
pinnipeds - behavior, strange ancestry
piskey / pixie - "Little People"
plagiarism - see Newton (and BBC)
planets - alignments
plasma - fourth state of matter; (most of visible universe); a little-known source
Plato - on Atlantis
Plenitude - `Principle of Plenitude' - that life must arise wherever and whenever it can in the Universe - stated by Epicurus and then by Lucretius - supported by recent `Panspermia' findings
plenum - Descartes idea of the `ether'
polar bear - latest DNA analysis shows 600,000 yr ancestry
police - in all countries police tend to be thugs for the rich - overview - some details; a perspective; method for analysis / detection
politicians - "For nothing doth more hurt in a State, than that cunning men passe for wise" - Lord Verulam (Francis Bacon); [see `fake states' ]
politics - consists of using new words to disguise old lies; "In politics nothing happens by accident. If it happens you can bet it was planned that way" - attributed to FDR
pollution - what the rich can't steal, they will pollute
poltergeist - new summary
polygamy - multi-partner mating; in some primates
poverty - created by the rich; in a finite world one only gets `rich' by making other people poor; i.e - `wealth' = `poverty'
power - quick (sci) definition; socio-scientific analysis: power attracts the corrupt - makes others corrupt
precession - "wobble" of spinning-top & Earth
priests - when in power always deceive or otherwise abuse ordinary people
pre-history - human movements - myths or history - weird possibilities - Egypt
Principle - (science) - It is easy to ignore a Principle, while a Law is only circumvented with difficulty; yet the latter can be useful while the former is almost always fatal
privatization - methods; motives
privilege - "~ leads to extinction" - eg. as with usury; scientific analysis of privilege effects
professors - "... elderly scientists go to extreme lengths to to suppress new ideas that contradict the theories on which their careers have been built." - by Professors Jack Cohen & Ian Stewartn (p. 69 `Evolving the Alien')
profit - when profit is paramount even `caring professions' become cruel and murderous: UK evidence & reasons; see humans' real motivation
promise - "The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep." Robert Frost
providence - Hoyle on "providence"
PSI - Dean Radin's introduction (8 min video); site references & mail; also see paranormal
psyche / psychic - "psyche storms" for `psychic vampires'
psychiatry - a fake science; examples here & here & here & here & here; some site refs; a short video "Psychiatry: No Science, No Cures" (from CCHR)
psychopaths - more common in West. site references
public - see `public safety'
public phobias mostly politicaly engineered (divide and rule & rule by fear) - current situation (scroll)
pull - does not exist in real physics - sarcastically Roger North said of Newton's `Law of Gravity' - "If one asks why one thing draws another - It is answered by `a certain drawingness it hath'"
pyramid - common thread of pyramids and their builders' possible migrations
quakes - earthquakes
Quantum - mathematical method for measuring / forecasting electron & photon actions; it is not a theorem, or even a hypothesis; example; modern assessment
quasars - a typical science misunderstanding
quintessence - "dark energy / UEF"
races - ~ don't really exist - check recent post
racism - origins:- primeval, social (elites), political, oppression & slavery, genocide, perceptions of; media racism, earlier media race-propaganda
rail - transport sytem which could be economic (and safe) but not in UK
reading - literacy: vital for civilization; a personal recollection
reality - for people; for physics: "The increasing distance of the physical world picture from the world of the senses means nothing but a progressive approach to the real world." - Max Planck; physics view (vid); some extreme failures of perception; more views
reality-gap - gov't & police/judicial corruption needs cover-ups, so (in UK) periods of official secrecy are imposed on `sensitive cases' - 30, 70 or even 100 years [eg. Dr. Kelly; scroll for some more scandals); in science the `gap' is typically c. 70 years or so - maybe allowing "the old professors" to die off / maybe for benefit of corporate-gov't monopolists i.e. Big Oil / Big Pharma / Big GM
reasons - explaining various puzzles - some obscured
redshift - acquired redshift probably mainly due to distance travelled + gas/matter intervening, also `aging of light'; for `intrinsic redshift' i.e. of quasars - see Halton Arp's prescient forecasts (esp. for mismatched triples);
reductionist - reductionism (taking apart organisms / phenomena for analysis) like determinism (cause > effect), i.e. like most neo-Darwinists, cannot predict anti-intuitve / unforseeable emergent qualities or attributes resulting from self-organizing complexity;
Relativity - Galileo's Principle of Relativity / & Theory of Relativity - mistaken experiment - recent objections; modern assessment; `Relationalism', the original `relativity' of Leibniz
religieux - commonly nuns/monks & suchlike, either as a commune, or `celled', or hermitic
religions - mostly `untried systems'; see `old and new religions'; the core of old `moral' religions are admonitions and rules based entirely on evolutionary outcomes
repetition - Nature dis-allows repetition, and so prevents `identicality'; subtly changing the ratios of matter, mass and force in the universe. Generally, this is `the passage of time'.
replicators - in info-space
revolution - greed, usury & other perversions tend to corrupt State's rulers - so revolution is eternal
riches - see `wealth'
road rage - see air-rage
Robin - redbreast, (European bird)
rock art - early beauty; strange transition
Roma - Rome, founding of
Rubin - Vera, astronomer, discovered the galactic rotation anomaly - (also the 'attraction of Pegasus')
rule - of `nations'
rulers - see above for their usual `methods'
rut - male equivalent of female estrus
S.A.D - `Seasonal Affective Disorder' - possible cause
safety - UK's governments sucessively attempted cover-ups of i) nuclear accidents; ii) BSE outbreak; GM non-consultation; and now possibly of Nanotechnology
sanity - a paradox
Sanskrit - (Sanscrit) language
Saul - Saul of Tarsus; the heresy
sceptic - skeptic
schizophrenia - seems to be a catch-all excuse for social evils
school - schooling bias
Schrödinger - his disbelief in Quantum 'magic'
science - a sub-set of Philosophy (use of Logic to find non-evident truths), hence early investigation of the physical world was called natural philosophy; "Science has a long way to develop yet, of that, I am certain!" p. 420 `Shadows of the Mind' by Roger Penrose
science-fable - `scientists' honest investigation results in truthful evidence from which meaningful theories are constructed - hence the `science consensus' is always factual' (see below for science-fact)
science-fact - scientists are motivated by fashion and feuds, & driven by finance (i.e. politics) - hence the `science consensus' is always false [see geocentrism, phlogiston, neo-Darwinism, Newtonianism, GMOs, AGW, catastrophism, etc - more recent examples in chemistry / physics / astro-physics and summary] - re: media comment
science-mainstream - "As science is brought more under centralized control, researchers must concentrate more on the agenda set by paradigm; see what they have been trained to see." - Prof. Phillip Johnson (Berkeley)
scientific - a method of analysis recommended by Bacon and Descartes - theory (+ its limitations), by Popper
scientists - mostly bean-counters, very few thinkers - i.e. like any trade-group, almost all members are mediocre and a majority are ignorant/misinformed
scum - slang - human example 1 - human example 2
Scythians - one of the four great divisions of the ancient world - as described by Ephorus
seals - seal behavior, strange ancestry
seance - a curious example (also see `medium')
sedition - a fake crime
Semite - descendants of Shem, neolithic links with Celtic Hibernia
senses - new discoveries
sentiment - exerts strongest effect on humans
SETI - organization searching the sky for old-fashioned radio signals - as used by humans in last century
early SETI - when Nikola Tesla detected an apparent ET message c. 1900
Seyfert - a type of galaxy, optical illusion, clue to dangers
sex - an evolutionary invention; new controversy
sex ratios - mysterious variations due to wars - see Indian example
sexual reproduction - joining of two sets of genes to produce another organism, options
SF - Lem
sight - vision
sighting - UFO; an early sighting (by Casanova)
simple - `simple phenomena' are those amenable to mathematical (`scientific') description: i.e. ballistics (`rocket science'), physics (`mechanics'), chemistry (`stamp collecting' or `bean-counting'); see also complex
simplicity - in laws of nature
sin - later superstitious interpretation; a review
S.I.T.A - international airlines (now called "A.E.R.O."); flight trauma
skeptic - `skeptics' are mentally challenged or fraudulent, as opposed to zetetics or true sceptics
skulls - strange human evidence from pre-history
slavery - speculation on origin; modern excuse; evolutionary effects; recent world history
sleep - stages of sleep: hypnogogic dreams (falling asleep) & hypnopompic (waking-up)
Smith - Adam Smith - economist / philosopher; his MAXIMS (for fair/economic taxation); (site refs); findings now suppressed by establishment - as with Fort - by `greed' groups misappropriating his name [i.e. `Adam Smith Society']
Smolin - Lee Smolin; physicist; on `Physics & the Cosmos'; his ideas of evolving, contingent Universe - where galaxies, stars and life must arise despite fluidity of the `laws of physics'; his new forebodings; his rundown on modern physics, along with Einstein and Feynman
snobbery - see snobbery.txt (elite's hero was a lying incompetent); and maybe the sad story of `the dome'
social Darwinism - controversy
society - strongest at lowest level - non-existent at `elite' level
Solar System - anomalous precession of, possible threat to, also jets
soldiering - experience, & war
Solon - the Wise, answer to Croesus; attribution re `Atlantis'; his `report on return to Athens';
solstice - "sun-stop" (Latin); northern hemisphere `turns' towards the Sun on Winter solstice Dec. 21-22 (see ancient festivals); Summer solstice June 20/21 is `longest day' in northern hemisphere
space - `personal space' - a subjective view
Sparta - Peloponnese elite's short heyday; & their weakness; & its social cause; a genetic cause; & their final social collapse
spectrum - see electro-magnetic spectrum
Sphinx - build date
stability (mental) - vaguely treated as science subject; some personal observations
stainless - stainless steel; (maybe that's a principle covering people also?)
starving- children, reason why?, our duty, what we can do
States - temporary fake entities
statesmanship - "For nothing doth more hurt in a State, then that cunning men passe for wise" - Lord Verulam (Francis Bacon); [see `fake states' above ]
statistics - useful tool for investigation - see `normal curve'
status quo - (`the present state'); in science the status quo is always obsolete - i.e wrong; in society the status quo is always corrupt; also see consensus & `experts';
statute of limitation - a corrupt `law' whereby the rich and powerful can delay proceedings and escape prosecution
Steady-State - looking ever more likely - Hoyle's choice over faulty `Big-Bang'; latest research update
study - "Studies serve for Delight, for Ornament, and for Ability." ... "Crafty Men contemne Studies; Simple Men admire them; and Wise Men use them; for they teach not their own use; but that is a Wisdome without them, and above them, won by Observation." - Bacon (Lord Verulam)
suits - tendency to incompetence and inhumanity; reason why
sulfur - (sulphur) - indication of electrical, paranormal, UFO/ET (external site); often quoted in `chupacabra' cases (called `brimstone' [wiki] in ancient times)
Sumer - (and Babylon) claimed as earliest civilization, astronomy - ology
Sun - its apparent annual movements; some effects (of UEF action) displayed by the Sun
supernatural - `above the known laws of physics', like some `ghosts', all `theist' religions, astrology, and some ancient / modern `alien behavior'
~ entities - ghosts - little people - observers - others
superstition - "Ah, yes, superstition: it would appear to be cowardice in face of the supernatural" - Theophrastus - (372-287 BCE)
survival - Altruist Survivor theory, of gender, survival qualities
symmetry - abstract idea of balance - impossible in our universe due to `matter, mass & motion', and, most of all due to `life' (and free-will) and `the arrow of time'
systems - natural vs artificial
syzygy - astronomy - a 3-body alignment; i.e. an eclipse or even a Full / New Moon
Tall Tales - of priests and other liars
Tananarive - Madagascar mass-sighting
tax - world-wide, tax could be cut to one-tenth if the rich would pay fair taxes - they won't
taxes - Adam Smith's tax-maxims; UK's tax problem; 2011 tax-admission; (understated update)
tax-policy - "In reviewing the history of the English Government, its wars and its taxes, a bystander, not blinded by prejudice nor warped by interest, would declare that taxes were not raised to carry on wars, but that wars were raised to carry on taxes." - Thomas Paine
telegony - another of Darwin's erroneous beliefs
telepathy - paranormal; ancient example, Eysenck's opinion
terror - "The global balance of terror, pioneered by the United States and the Soviet Union, holds hostage the citizens of the Earth." - Carl Sagan in "Cosmos"; the West first implemented `official terror' by rifle platoons, then by gunboats, then by ICBMs
"terrorism" - mostly faked by gov'ts [see false-flag] to justify repression / loss of civil rights (see `witchcraft-scare') - see references, and fairly recent UK terror (scroll); external references
terrorism by gov'ts - General William Odom, former director of the National Security Agency, said (ref here) "By any measure the US has long used terrorism. In '78-79 the Senate was trying to pass a law against international terrorism, yet in every version they produced, the lawyers said the US would be in violation"
terrorist - "war" (as used by the rich); any self-defense by the poor
Tesla - detected an apparent ET message c. 1900
thanatology - study of death
theorem - `1st Theorem of Science':- "It is impossible to convince a person of any true thing that will cost him money" - attributed to George Chapline
thermodynamics - 2nd Law - limited to "laboratory" science; in real systems life will overcome - see Herbert's opinion, and definitive Planck discovery
Thom - Professors Alexander Thom [wiki] (father & son) of Scotland; discovered the use of the megalithic 'yard' - (2.72 ft) and 'inch' [1/40th of the 'yard']
time - "our present picture of physical reality, particularly in relation to the nature of time, is due for a grand shake up" - Roger Penrose
Tinsley - Beatrice, astronomer, discovered ongoing and future expansion of Universe (co-author 1973)
Tolkien J.R.R - & CS Lewis, close friends who both - perhaps unconsciously, perhaps cunningly - encrypted `aryan' racism within their "childrens' tales"
Toltec - creation myth
T.gondii - Toxo plasma gondii; brain parasite transmitted by felines to mammals which could be prey - it forces foolish aggression and stupidity (in males) and promiscuity in females (a case can be made that most of human conflict and short-term waste / pollution / cruelty etc. is due to T.gondii effects in male human rulers or leaders).
truth - Mark Twain: "Truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction is obliged to stick with what is `possible'. Truth is not";
Turing - mathematician, devised the `Turing Test' [Wiki ref] of machine intelligence (or A.I); thought on E.T.I
tyranny - under pretence of `security'; method for analysis / detection
UEF - the only `real' force; a suggested start-point; some later clarification
U.F.O - physical indications; present speculations; early reports, ; site UFO/ET search; Fort's UFO-opinion & ET-opinion
`UFO Nut' - derogatory term invented by CIA to discourage interest in or investigation of UFOs / UAPs (also see conspiracy theory
undersea - anomalies / cities; here's latest find - update 1, update 2, other city sites - site 1, site 2, site 3, site 4, site 5, some with possible build-dates of 9 - 15,000 yrs ago, co-incidentally linked to suggested date of the Great Sphinx, separately, to that of hinted `rebirth' of the world
understanding - "We appear to be driven to the firm conclusion that there is something essential in human understanding that is not possible to simulate by any computational means." - Roger Penrose in `Shadows of the Mind' p. 201
unexplained - `unexplained phenomena' - comprising scientific anomalies, UFO's and creation legends, paranormal, ghosts & poltergeists, the Little People, `universal' ancient symbols; mythology and scattered traces
Universe - speculation re: `Origin of Universe'; present knowledge: "We do not know whether the universe as a whole is finite or infinite in extent - either in space or in time." p. 5 `Emperor's New Mind' by Roger Penrose; some clues as to form/size of universe (follow links)
unknown - phenomena not accounted for by `science' (or attempted); why worried `experts' & authorities usually go into denial.
untried systems - christianity, communism, democracy, fair trade
upper-class - more likely to be dishonest (2012 evidence); method for analysis / detection
usury - `living off interest' - deforms descendants of the usurers; therefore was/is a sin (Wiki ref) from earliest times for all `moral religions': muslim, jewish, original christians, Buddhists etc. See - European & UK usurers; [maybe see N.W.O]; also see `Altruist Survivor' principle; (nb. `deforming' applies to all privilege: living off `rent' or inherited property/wealth); usury inevitably leads to oppression and corruption; reasons why
Utopia - social and historical evidence shows that an evolving desire for fairness, among humans (and maybe some animals) tries to improve societies towards utopianism - while corruption conspires to create dystopian groups and civilizations
Uzbekistan - a rock-drawing from Fergana
vacuum energy - "dark energy / UEF"
Vallée - start of investigation trail - a thought on `spooks'; some conclusions and advice
vampire - psychic vampires - vampire-like sightings
Velikovsky - "The treatment of Velikovsky by his detractors. One is repeated admissions, frequently boasts, by his most vehement critics that they hadn't read the material they castigated - as if the touch of it might be somehow unclean and defiling. They just "knew" that he couldn't be right, and that was sufficient. The other was that after solemnly reciting commitment to such scholarly principles as scientific objectivity, fairness, and civility of discourse, they would then go on to immediately violate every one of them." - James P Hogan; similar opinions
Viking law & divorce - expanion & society; earliest `democracy' & juries / trading; legal inheritance in England
violence - perception of; UK's Gov't stats; reported causes are not to be trusted, especially `official reports'; some cases; method for analysis / detection
violent - see peace
VIP - "very important person(s); privileged types (& their facilities):- as in `VIP lounge' at airports, public buildings, parliaments & palaces etc.
volcano - outlet for lava / magma (Vulcan - Roman god of fire) linked tectonic causes, to predict major activity: earthquakes
Voodoo - personal (limited) experience
wages - see `incentive / motivation'; some progressive countries looking at `national wage' concept
Wallace - Alfred Russel ~; our nominated discoverer of true human Evolution; mail; a prognosis
walls - omen of collapsing / corrupt elite ; from Prof. Jared Diamond; noted in West - reported signs to 2004; possible results:- `dark ages'
war - official terrorism = robbery with violence; historians' cover-ups; reasons; effects
`warming' - media label for `climate change' or `global warming' or `AGW' - summary of the logic
`watchdogs' - fake `protectors of the public'; in UK all are corrupt - CPS, PCC, OFCOM (was BCC), BBC, IPCC, CQC, ICO, UKPAC, Ombudsman, Home Office; - maybe more to add soon; - method for analysis / detection
Wave - see `The Great Wave'
wealth - ~ cannot be created; in a finite world one can only become richer by making others poorer; i.e - `wealth' = `poverty' ; analysis of effects
weather - `Climate is what we expect - Weather is what we get' see "climate"; Gov'ts are motivated to lie about both, weather and climate
west-bound - hobo expression for `death' or `dying' - a better route; seems to be anciently based and maybe for good reason
whales - links page to whale behavior, repeats question at Alien Comms
will - human intention - maybe not under conscious control - "I can do what I will, but I can't will what I will" - Schopenhauer
willful - `willful blindness' - legal principle that those with a duty to know cannot plead ignorance
witchcraft - early terror-scare: to steal people's rights
Wittgenstein - his revelation
wizards - evidence - and recent speculation
woman - survival qualities; women seemingly better scientists; qualities needed for humans' future; oppression of women by English judges & police, abuse by (male) English doctors
women's rights - remember 2000's Afghanistan hype by (male) Western politicians? Suspect they'll chuck it as soon as war-justification's over; check? - interim failures and Feb 2004 "Rule of the rapists"; - latest Dec 2013 update; later wrongdoing in Japan & China
work - quick definition
working-class - more likely to be honest (2012 evidence); later confirmation
writing - literacy: vital for civilization; a personal recollection
Wu - Chien-Shiung Wu, Professor of Physics (at Columbia), proved that "Parity is not conserved " i.e. that electromagnetic states "slope" from N-S (magnetic), from +ve - -ve (electro) etc; one of our Greatest Discoverers
xenocide - mass murder of `stranger' group
xenoscience - inclusive of the Universe [as opposed to `blind science']
Xmas - see `Christmas and Easter' and links
x-ray - "emission"
young - easily conditioned
Zacatecas - Mexican Observatory - Bonilla's 1883 `fleet' sighting (& photo)
zero - invention - background
zero point energy - "dark energy / UEF"
zetetic - truly sceptical (proceeding by inquiry), as opposed to `skeptics': dogmatic supporters of the status quo, deniers of innovation
Zodiac -"avenue of animals" the ribbon of constellations in line with path of Sun through sky - Earth's changing view of; ancient scientific purpose? are there physical' properties of mythic "Ages"?
Zoroaster - ( ~trianism;) also Zarathustra or Zardosht (wiki); founded colleges of dualistic morality and science (said to have influenced the Egyptians and some Semites) - one of its traditions is of a 12,000 year cycle (repeated) possibly of cataclysm or destruction; for time-line also see Giza, undersea cities