Saturday, January 30, 2016

We know zilch

We know zilch. We only think we do or perhaps better, we are tricked into thinking that we do know a thing or two. This claim begs a deluge of questions. I'll give you some that I did not think of myself, but just happened to run into. Questions asked by much brighter minds than I am. Perhaps you'd like to examine them yourself. With an open mind.

First a mind bender expressed by a person who calls himself brother 'Veritas' whose pages mysteriously disappeared from the web, including the cached version that Google's robots usually store automatically. Removing internet cache is a manual, intentional action aimed at radically removing specific information - an intervention by the 'internet police'. The only and main topic of this website is (was):


Fortunately others ran across this bold claim and saved the information from said website. You find it by clicking here (for as long as this lasts, because if even Google's cached version of a site is removed, it usually means that it contained information that 'the few' choose to hide for all). A few pieces of information to tickle your curiosity for this strange take on a matter that, at first glance, does not fit well in the perception of common humans:
  1. Heat does not propagate in a vacuum, so no matter how blazing hot the sun might be, none of its alleged heat can travel through space and reach earth
  2. The higher we climb on earth - say towards a mountain top - the colder it gets. Very high mountains are permanently covered in snow. High mountain peaks are closer to the sun (when turned towards it) than at sea level or just above it, so if the sun really was hot, it should be warmer on the mountain top, not colder
  3. Commercial aircraft flying above earth's highest mountain tops are equipped with anti-icing systems to prevent the formation of ice on the wings (which would disrupt their aerodynamic properties). They too are closer to the sun than where the bulk of humanity lives and cannot remain airborne without ice prevention mechanisms
  4. Astronauts in the ISS (International Space Station) complain that it is freezing cold in the habitable satellite which is closer to the sun than earth and therefore should be warmer than our planet instead of colder according to mainstream science' current qualifications of the sun
I seems the closer to the sun, the colder it gets... The rest of the arguments related to this suspicion, that is rather unsettling to most people, you may want read yourself on the site.


And then there's this other weird thing called light. No human has ever seen it, but all sighted people think they know what it is. We only see the objects that reflect light, but we do not see the light itself.... Humans are unable to actually see the light beam travel from its source to the object that is illuminated. At best we can see dust particles or mist-droplets that the light beam hits on its way to the larger object, but the light itself, we can not see. It can blind us, but before being struck blind, we never saw it...


Newton, who is responsible to the famous experiment in which he let light travel through a prism that split up the light beam in the rainbow colors. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, better known as Goethe, took the matter a step further and came to the following conclusion.

These are just two things so common that we assume them to be true. But often further investigation seems to lead to conclusions that conflict with generally accepted (or intentionally induced) views. If such is the case with perceptions so firmly embedded in our awareness, what else is in fact NOT what it appears to be at first glance? And while discovering evidence of incongruity contradicting general views, natural law and consensus, one might ask how the distortions and omissions of information came about and who is responsible for the deflections.

But that's not all. Our textbooks tell us a lot of things, many of which are untrue, incomplete or in its entirety not include the crux of the matter. We've been lied to intentionally to limit us and to dumb us down. Here's a thing that will boggle you mind: A system that boosts amperage and herz-levels, slightly increases voltage and causes temperatures to drop to jaw-dropping levels... Bear in mind that Formula 1 engine technology has not even reached 50% efficiency and that its engines produce huge amounts of heat that are wasted.


“Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.” - Buddha


"We should always be disposed to believe that that which appears white is really black, if the hierarchy of the Church so decides." - St. Ignatius of Loyola 


"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent." - J. Edgar Hoover