Painterman wrote:Well done as usual, Simon. You caught the trite Hollywood bogusness of "the chirp that changed science", which even threw in a couple of black holes to promote that fraud also. A package deal from the Public Relations Dept.Though junk science has long been with us, it has lately been "unleashed" against civilization including the (already corrupt) institutions of science itself. I've shown elsewhere that junk science is the next thing - a new socially destructive pornography, as it were - in revolution psyops. Global warming (too much carbon) and flat Earth (too little carbonation, like when your Coke has gone flat) are only for openers in the current wave. Expect more of the same from every propaganda outlet of the NWO: establishment academia, mainstream media, internet astroturf, etc.I think we agree that the best way to fight the tsunami of junk science is by exposing it, as this forum has been doing. So let us remain high-content and keep reverse engineering the methods and means of the fakers. And, though we've learned to smell a rat from a block away, let us continue to steer clear of the sort of tabloid personal drama the psyop clowns thrive on.
simonshack wrote:You are basically saying / lamenting that "either you're with me or you're with Painterman - and in the latter case, I'm outta here".
simonshack wrote:All I can say is that if a single 'policeman' or 'parasite' can make you run away -
simonshack wrote: it doesn't bode too well for this world's next revolution.
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10. …Men in masses and the men of the masses, being guided solely by petty passions, paltry beliefs, traditions and sentimental theorems, fall a prey to party dissension, which hinders any kind of agreement even on the basis of a perfectly reasonable argument.
Painterman wrote:That's what seems relevant to say at the moment. If I'm correct in sensing a concern about forum disruptors, let me add that this is understandable. And props to Simon for discerning the slicker forms of disruption such as the astroturf marketing campaigns fronted by smarmy hucksters who appear out of nowhere to co-opt, then misdirect and ultimately discredit, a truth movement. When you get down to it, trolling is a dull job for dull people, which is why their methods are so boilerplate and predictable. Surely it's more fun to debunk the bad guys than shill for them.
ShaneG wrote:It's fine that you think my posts are low content controversy, but what you're forgetting is that for a forum to thrive it needs different viewpoints (within reason) to generate discussion.
ShaneG wrote:Flat Earth Clues by Mark Sargent might be disinformation; it might also be a case of misinformation - just like the bits in September Clues where it talks about all the people dying, and the possible energy weapon used (or was it missiles?). The point I'm trying to make is that it'd be rich to think that September Clues is something pure that should be defended against certain associations.
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