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Reply to "What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire"

Xum,

That was a very good vid you posted Xum. The reason that I respect the findings so much, like you likely, is due to the rule of physics. Everything has to be looked at through Newton’s laws. Every action creates an equal and opposition reaction. That reaction is the cost of the action. The cost in nature is often delayed, or conserved to be released at a later date.  Hence, it is the gap between the action or benefit and the reaction or cost, which creates the illusion of progress and growth.

 

In a closed system it’s a zero sum game. Nothing can be gained without something else being lost. Indeed, the equal and opposite reaction of growth is decline as the equal and opposite reaction of birth is death. Everything is recycled in a closed system. Nothing can grow without something else being consumed as matter simply changes form. Hence, what is the consequence of all the growth in the standard of living and comforts of humans the last 100 years? To think that there is not an equal and opposite offset, or cost, for that defies physics.

 

Sometimes I have debate with white folks on other forums and they often are confused by a flawed view of racial supremacy. They vies their race as superior because of all the things they have invented over the years and they look at our race as inferior because of how much more their race created than ours. However, that is not nature’s measure of superiority. Nature does not measure superiority by how well you live, but rather, by the sustainability and fertility of a species.  With nature it’s a numbers game and the life style of whites, with all their inventions, is cancerous to their existence. Indeed, when the world end it’s likely that it will come at the hands of something whites invented. They hate it when I say this because they know that it is true.

 

That video, Xum, is likely the most important thing that has been posted on this forum in a long time. It’s REAL. It’s so real that if one accepts the premise and conclusion of the documentary, it explains our foreign policy and troop movements as it relates to peak-oil. One has to realize that the military or the defense department of this nation recruits the greatest minds and scientist and anything that we know or realize they predicted and foresaw it way before the general public and have enacted plans to secure this nations interest. This is serious stuff. Real serious. This explains to me the reckless abandon and sloppy cover-ups that our government has done of late. One only becomes so sloppy when there is a reason to rush.

 

Something big is nigh.  

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