“When men yield up the priviledge of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon.”
It’s September, 2018, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime.
Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind“, I’ve appended several recent news accounts below to support it.
There’s a global news blackout in place on the subject, and has been since the phenomenon revealed itself in earnest four year ago or so. I’ve been covering it without cease, here, so that, when the spell of blindness at last falls from the eyes of the populace, the folks running the news blackout are going to have to address it directly, and then I’ll have the high ground.
This filibuster of a thread is simple, and repetitive, and so thus very difficult to dislodge with a quick misdirection, the standard sleight-of-hand used by the propagandists. Quick, look HERE!
I suspect that I’ll be joined by others with a similar “scientific bent”. When heavier-than-air flight was first achieved, many were working on it and were close to success at the same time. The first was Gustave Whitehead, a German living in Connecticut, in 1901.
Jeff Clark surfed Mavericks alone for 15 years, but now EVERYONE surfs Mavericks. No one surfed Pipe on Oahu until Phil Edwards, and by the end of that same day EVERYONE was. Meaning among that top echelon, of course.
So this dialogue is going to expand, is already expanding. I suspect that some who read these posts pass them along, and so on down the line.
The strange part is not that it would be widely discussed, but rather that it is not.
Last night it struck both my wife and myself that the food on our plates was getting noticeably better.
The sky was amazing in Manhattan two days ago, an incredibly deep blue, with puffy clouds, and vital breezes. Like I’ve rarely seen in my life, and I’m thinking of in coastal, rural Texas, as a kid, and only rarely, then. Orgone is blue.
Oh, and women are suddenly reading books on the subway. A lot of women.
Remember, when the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.
May 31, 2018 – Georgia – New Lake Burton Brown Trout Record
Not many people can say they have caught a lake record fish as an experienced angler, but 7-year-old Camden Rinckey can go ahead and check that off his bucket list. His 11-lb., 14-oz. brown trout is now the largest brown ever recorded from Lake Burton.
Camden’s brown trout was weighed on certified scales and was verified at the Lake Burton Hatchery facility. It beat the previous record by 10 ounces.
(No mention of when the previous record was set, or who set it. 11 pounds 4 ounces to 11 pounds 14 ounces is a 5.5% increase. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)
June 8, 2018 – Texas – Bosco Garrett celebrates Father’s Day by shattering Proctor Lake blue catfish record
Garrett’s catch weighed in at a stunning 69.91 pounds which is more than double the official record listed by the Texas Parks and Wild Life Department. That fish was caught by Stephen Tyler Glatter in 2011 and weighed 28 pounds and measured 36.25 inches in length.
The new record’s length was 47 inches long with a girth of 33 inches.
Garrett’s new challenger appears to be a lock for not just the blue catfish record, but for any kind of fish as the flathead catfish record is 62.75 pounds and that’s well shy of Garrett’s fish.
(That’s 149% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.The headline hedges by using the lurid, general, “shattered“, to avoid using the more specific, more impactful “Proctor Lake blue catfish record broken by over 150%.” As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. – ed)
August 24, 2018 – Bristol Bay wraps up ‘off the charts‘ sockeye season
Commercial fishing in Alaska’s Bristol Bay this season has not only been fantastic, but record-breaking.
“It’s the largest sockeye salmon run on record, the second-largest harvest on record,” Andy Wink, executive director of Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development (BBRSDA), told IntraFish.
(The headline hedges by using the lurid, general, “off the charts“, to avoid using the more specific, more impactful “Bristol Bay wraps up the largest sockeye salmon on record.” As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. – ed)