15 More Articles I Strongly Recommend

Here are some recent long-form articles I got a lot of value from:

1. The many flaws within the theory of evolution [Link]

2. Nassim Taleb explains how so-called intellectuals are actually “idiots” with no skin in the game [Link]

3. Silicon Valley elites, such as the co-founder of Lyft, hope to usher in a future where you only rent, not own [Link]

4. The son of George Soros is poised to take the globalist torch from his father [Link]

5. Google is creating technology and artificial intelligence to more effectively shut down dissident thought [Link]

6. Alexander Dugin shares his geopolitical opinion on the Ukraine crisis [Link]

7. A Dugin colleague pens a justification for patriarchy: “…where exactly can it be seen in the animal kingdom that the female sex is equal to the male in terms of physical strength and sheer hardness?” [Link]

8. A stoic commentary on men who pursue material possessions [Link]

9. How Donald Trump’s victory dealt a heavy blow to the New York Times’ agenda [Link]

10. A German writer explains how Europe is doomed because of demographics [Link]

11. Interview with Donald Trump in 2004 that sheds light on how he manages his women [Link]

12. If you work in the establishment, you can get everything wrong and still keep your job [Link]

13. A stoic commentary on how positive fortune can instantly be reversed [Link]

14. Hollywood is collapsing, not due to politics, but because of the internet [Link]

15. The possibility of a Second Civil War in America [Link]

And three videos…

1. The conspiratorial view of history, where capitalism and communism work in Hegelian fashion, is likely the correct one [Link]

2. Interview between Joe Rogan and Alex Jones that reveals the latter’s thoughts on globalist control [Link]

3. Documentary that explains the history of finance and the dangers of central banks [Link]

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Burner Prime
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Nassim Taleb’s book: “Fooled By Randomness” is one of the most intelligent books ever written.

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need to read that. antifragile singlehandedly changed my view on the healthcare industry.

a good companion article on healthcare is: https://slatestarcodex.com/2017/02/09/considerations-on-cost-disease/

it made me understand that the costs of things are being made to only go up and up, with the super rich saying the poor should suck it up, and the super poor saying the rich should pay for it all and they should get it free. it conveniently sidesteps the real threat to uniparty and ‘technological progress’, low cost living

I love this thought experiment the writer repeats several times in different areas of the article:

” Do you think the average poor or middle-class person would rather:

a) Get modern health care
b) Get the same amount of health care as their parents’ generation, but with modern technology like ACE inhibitors, and also earn $8000 extra a year”

the point being that the pace of new tech is so fast that people never get to use any of the extra money they make year on year. you can’t ever have good enough, and that causes cost inflation.

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The Donald Trump article was really insightful. Enjoyed the article!

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fred is hit or miss and that evolution article is definitely a miss. I couldn’t even finish it, too much rambling and he can’t even tell the difference between abiogenesis and evolution. not an informed person

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Just because he didn’t make some academic distinction between abiogenesis and evolution, it does not take away from his main points. He still wrote an excellent article. Abiogenesis and evolution and creationism are religious matters that can never be proven.

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It’s not an academic distinction, they are completely different things and evolution is not a religious matter, it’s as certain as gravity.

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“evolution is not a religious matter, it’s as certain as gravity”

By that statement, you just made the point that Evolution is religious belief.

How is Evolution as certain as gravity? Can you take me in your time machine to prove it?

Gravity is phenomenon that can be measured. Experiments and demonstrations can be repeated anywhere in the world. This is impossible with Evolution.

Evolution is a story someone made up…no different than other stories societies have made up and propagated through government in order to control the masses.

Why is Evolution “as certain as gravity”? Because some guy went to the Galapagos and wrote a book?

Some guy went to a mountain and wrote a book.
Shouldn’t I believe him too? Even though there is no evidence?

You are falling into a false paradigm created by government psychologists…one that is no different than Democrat vs. Republican.

It is the classic divide-and-conquer strategy.
You must either be a Creationist or a Darwinist.

You do not know how old the earth is or the origin of life.

I do not know how old the earth is or the origin of life.

Charles Darwin does not know how old the earth is or the origin of life…neither does Bill Nye the ‘Science’ Guy.

NOBODY KNOWS:
1. How old the earth is.
2. How it was created

And nobody can ever know.
Unless you develop a time machine or the Creator shows himself…we will never know.
Any ideas on these matters are purely religious.

I am an engineer. I believe in the PROVEN laws of science. I don’t believe in unprovable theories such as Evolution (the Church of Darwin), the Big Bang Theory, Global Warming (the Church of Gore), etc.

These are just government forms of mind control.

There is no true conflict between “religion” and “science”.

The conflict is between government and the people.

The Catholic Church was the government of its time. It opposed Galileo and Copernicus. Just like governments oppose true science when it cuts into their control and tax revenues. (Gender Differences, Global Warming, etc.)

Priests from seminaries who teach Creationism and use psychological techniques in religious schools to make people conform are no different than PhD’s who claim to have supernatural knowledge and who control today’s government schools.

Harvard University was originally a place to train clergy. Now we are supposed to conform to every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of Harvard PhD’s and graduates because only the best and brightest go to Harvard. No different than previous societies who had to conform to the clergy because of their supposed divinity.

Government-controlled ‘science’ and government-controlled religion are no different from each other.

Free your mind.

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Evolution is as certain as gravity because its mechanism (gene operation) has long been uncovered and we know how it works (actually, if anything, it’s more certain than gravity which still has room for new discoveries). I don’t need to see rocks fall on the moon to know gravity is real. I know the relationship between it, mass, air resistance, etc and can predict with 100% accuracy that things fall on large bodies all over the universe whether I know them or not. Likewise I can predict that life on earth will remain in a constant flux just like it has since the beginning, and that flux will continue to defy attempts at classification (IE: ring species). I genuinely pity all the anti-evolution hysterics. If any of you could experience the beauty inherent in the chain reactions that continue to mold existance you’d be a lot happier and saner. God put on the greatest concert in existence so fools could grumble about it.

The idea that the government invented evolution to control the masses is about as insane a thing as I’m liable to read today. Thanks for the laugh.

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Where did I say government invented Evolution? I didn’t. Charles Darwin invented it. I said it was propagated by government.

You can “predict” all you want with “100% accuracy.” It does not make it true. Unless you are a prophet, of course.

When my 8th teacher taught about Evolution, he explained that it is was not meant to be absolute truth and that science is always searching and that Evolution is the best idea that scientists have at the present time and it will likely change in the future.

How things have changed. Now if you question anything against the consensus, you are considered to be blasphemous.

The scientific community has been absolutely wrong about many things that are much simpler than the origin of life and the earth.

For centuries, scientists told society that heavy objects fall to the earth faster than lighter objects. No scientist bothered to test it for a few hundred years. Finally, someone did and it was false.

Scientists with the ability to “predict with 100% accuracy” determined that a train traveling at 50 mph would cause tornados. A train traveling at 100mph would result in the loss of oxygen and the passengers would die.

But those irrational and unscientific and uneducated practitioners just kept building trains.

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1. it’s telling you have to go back hundreds of years (science as we know it has only been around for about 200 years) to the errors of philosophers. Even in that case it simply isn’t true that nobody tested it. If you drop a feather it will fall much slower than a rock. It’s “obvious” to people who don’t benefit from our wealth of knowledge that the heavier object falls faster because things like air resistance aren’t the least bit obvious to people who didn’t learn them in school. To say nothing of the requirements for a proper experiment (a vacuum).
2. Evolution is not complex. That’s because genetics isn’t complex either. Organisms are complex but thankfully the blueprints that produce them aren’t, consisting of chains of only 4 molecules at any given time, which can and do mutate.
3. You’re not in 8th grade and it’s time to grow up. Too many people running their mouths on the topic based on what they learned in middle school.

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From Fred’s article: “Like any zealots, they cannot recognize their own zealotry.”

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Great List Roosh. Just Finished reading Fred’s article. As all these theories of origin of life haven’t been proven yet, anything can be true. Maybe in a distant future, Humans invent time travel. And also invent this “super primal cell” that can “evolve” into every living organism we know now, and they travel back to Earth to deposit this cell into the seas; we created ourselves. Or we are in a Matrix like system. We can’t possibly know the truth. Better focus in living life rather than trying to explain it.

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thanks for these links roosh.

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Good series of articles. I like the one about evolution from Fred. Also, laughed out loud in the middle of the one from Wired where they described Gamergate as an “antifeminist movement” and Zoe Quinn as a game developer. Ha!

Never mind she couldn’t develop a plot twist let alone a video game, the GG movement itself started out as an anti-male movement that blew up in their faces when the subversive “gamer” girls lies and pay for play to journalists got exposed. Rank hypocrisy.

About the Jigsaw mission though, the test for this will be to see whether opinions which do not use whatever Jigsaw tags as harassing or abusive language still make it through. If opinions and views are screened out regardless of how they are written, there’s more to this AI story than simply preventing abuse.