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indoctrination in dreams

Freud was right in assuming that some dreams have meaning. But other dreams occur randomly, as in a kaleidoscope. Each of our brain’s 81 billion neurons can interact with 110 trillion or more synapses or connections in multiple random fashion. Therefore, not all dreams have meaning. If they are misinterpreted as meaningful, then they function […]

infinite space and time?

12/09/15 In the 13th century St. Thomas Aquinas wondered whether space and time can be infinite. In previous blog-posts I have agreed with Peter Woit and others that in spite of intrinsically mathematical coherence, string theory lacks external evidence for itself and for the idea that there might be a multi-verse (many universes). However, I […]

Produce News, also effective as counter-propaganda

Adds for beef are full of inflation about the alleged good effects of consuming beef while they neglect cancerous and other after-effects. In contrast, news about produce has generated an abundance of fact about its production and distribution. The Produce News, founded in 1897, comprises editors who inform about several regions, including Tad Thompson, AZ […]

control terrorism

As stated here in previous posts, terrorists claim that their main goal is to propagandize. With the misplaced help of global media which spread their messages for them, they do this effectively. Some are propelled by a death wish; and appear as randomly as quantum particles appear in quantum field theory. Others go on to […]

violence on television and films

The first episode of the TV program Supergirl was shown last evening, Nov.1,2015, Like many programs and films it sunk to the usual level of guns, weapons, and violence. Opportunity was missed to use “super-powers” to attack not people, but problems like global warming, migrations, terrorist and other wars and adversarial situations, further weather issues, […]

Propaganda, Hitler, Goebbels, and Bicycles

Propaganda, Hitler, Goebbels, and Bicycles Adolph Hitler’s Mein Kampf, first published in 1925 and 1926, has become available globally on the Internet. Many feel that this “return of Hitler’s perilous voice from the grave” poses a great threat in this renewed era of Neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism, and terrorist propaganda. His voice is considered dangerous because it […]