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Periscope (August 19, 2019)

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  • Germany: Girl loses gender bias case against boys choir

    The tide turns. A German court finds that expression is more important than equality, and allows a boys choir to remain a boys choir. While right now this defends art, it may defend moral choice someday as well, such that if you do not want to bake that gay cake or rent to that peaceful third-world refugee, you may finally have rights instead of the one-stream that civil/human rights have provided, which is enforced acceptance of all individuals. That leads to libertinism, permissiveness, and lowest common denominator standards being seen not just as a practical but a moral good.

  • NASA preparing for ‘colossal God of Chaos’ rock to arrive in next 10 years

    NASA has already begun preparations for the arrival of asteroid 99942 Apophis – dubbed the ‘God of Chaos’ asteroid – which will skim past the earth in 10 years. The asteroid measures 340 meters across and will pass within just 19,000 miles of Earth’s surface. Apophis is one of the largest asteroids to pass so close to the Earth’s surface and a collision with the planet has the potential to be devastating for all life on Earth.

    One of these days, the calculations will be wrong, and one of these asteroids will slam into Earth moving fast enough to create the effect of a massive thermonuclear explosion. The wealthy already have bunker rooms where they can retreat and survive on their own food, water, and oxygen. Everyone else may perish, but a humanity of a few million people with IQs over 120 will get farther than eight billion with an IQ average of 82.

  • The CEOs of nearly 200 companies just said shareholder value is no longer their main objective

    Investing in employees, delivering value to customers, dealing ethically with suppliers and supporting outside communities are now at the forefront of American business goals.

    The backlash against the herd has begun. When maximizing shareholder value is the only consideration, you end up with short-term thinking. Then again, go too far into a public relations exercise which emphasizes having employee participation in leadership, and you end up with mob rule as well, and thus more short-term thinking. The only real strategy seems to be to have hierarchy and bump the best people to the top.

  • An Unlikely Economic Warning Sign: RV Sales Are Slipping

    The press — who may be unduly influenced by Chinese interests — badly want there to be a recession. They would like to write about it until everyone panics, stops buying anything, and then we get a recession.

  • The quantum revolution is coming, and Chinese scientists are at the forefront

    Quantum computing possesses one significant advantage, its ability to resist eavesdropping. China wants to be invisible to us.

  • Amid the Kale and Corn, Fears of White Supremacy at the Farmers’ Market

    Apparently the people who run Schooner Creek Farm have expressed non-supremacist white identitarian ideals. This shocks the pearl clutchers, neurotics, and political hygiene obsessives who like to think that white nationalism is like Nazism, a foreign power that influences people here but does not dwell among us. Instead, America is finding out that many of its normal friends, neighbors, and coworkers — people who work well with the minorities and other religions around them, even! — have beliefs that point toward the collapse of diversity and the rise of mono-ethnic states. As usual, “The Leftist cries out as he strikes you,” which means that whatever they accuse us of doing is in fact what they are actually doing. This article shows the truth of that: Leftists are the ones most likely to try to censor you, destroy your livelihood and social life, and then finally bundle you off in vans to mental hospitals or gulags.

  • Eduard Pernkopf: The Nazi book of anatomy still used by surgeons

    No one likes to admit it, but the Nazis provided a good deal of our medical research simply because when you run your own concentration camps, you can conduct the type of reckless but necessary experiments that everyone else wishes they could. Part of the mystique of the Nazis revolves around this intense duality; they loved evil methods, but always pointed them toward greater wisdom and efficiency. If our society had any intestinal fortitude remaining, it would reprint this book because it allows the dead to help the living.

  • Amazon is passing along costs of a new digital tax to thousands of French sellers

    Voters have not yet realized that all of the taxes they approve will ultimately get passed on down to them. The end consumer pays when the company pays, because companies factor taxes into the cost of products, and so a highly-taxed product simply becomes more expensive while salaries go down because the “extra” money went to taxes, unions, diversity, and regulatory compliance. Voters will probably never realize this because anything beyond the next paycheck is mystery time to them.

  • Out of the dark, into the light: The impact of social exclusion on judgments of darkness and brightness

    People who are socially excluded tend to be more sensitive to perceptions of darkness, and desire more brightness, independent of their moods. Something about being unable to join the social structure makes people see the world as a darker place and crave something bright in response, sort of like how Leftists see the world as horrible and cling toward Utopian egalitarianism as a means of feeling good about existence again.

  • Fake Chinese police cars spotted in Perth and Adelaide amid pro-Hong Kong rallies

    Multiple fake Chinese police cars “just appeared” and the owner of one claims it was a lark. More likely, the long hand of China extends into the West because we are too open, careless, democratic, and individualistic to notice the enemy walking among us.

  • The War on Meat has begun, and there are many reasons to join the resistance

    The Michelle Obama school lunch program goes worldwide. However, it will not provide the salvation from alleged climate change that is claimed. More likely, it would simply make us less healthy at the same time the human population further expands, ending in twenty billion people squatting on the floors of their tiny high-rise apartments, eating vegan meals out of their combination hot pot and toilet, while air quality plummets as natural ecosystems die. A better way involves cutting immigration, entitlements, and other contra-Darwinistic systems.

  • He’s 26 years old but still sees a pediatrician: Why some young adults don’t move on.

    No one can afford to break free from their parents early as was the dream — made palatable by the breakdown of the family — for many young adults. Maybe those high taxes, boring corporate jobs, expensive housing, and potential partners emotionally shattered by casual sex have something to do with it.

  • California’s Biggest Cities Confront ‘Defecation Crisis’

    Included for comedy. Future generations will laugh at the idea of “freedom,” noting that it means that the worst are as able to do whatever they want as the best, which makes no sense since the worst will do the worst type of things. Democracy, equality, and freedom mean the good people struggle to escape from the acts of the bad as feces piles up to the sky.

  • Trump confirms interest in Greenland purchase

    Who knows what our troll-in-chief is up to, but he makes a good point. Greenland has strategic value, and it makes more sense for America to rule it than Denmark. In addition, he has both Russia and China quivering with rage over this one. He keeps the press fascinated by his antics while he pursues a moderate policy that would fit within the Reagan or JFK administrations, and this is what really frustrates people.

  • Twitter is blocked in China, but its state news agency is buying promoted tweets to portray Hong Kong protestors as violent

    Twitter seems to be a globalist propaganda machine. They exclude anyone but Leftists, and then let Communists spin their narratives on it. The only real problem is that it is popular because it is a useful way to keep on top of what different sources are doing. The only problem with that is that it became popular before it suddenly revealed its Communist leanings.

  • Is Grass-Fed Beef Really Better For The Planet? Here’s The Science

    It turns out that the Old Ways were better. True, the New Ways are more efficient, but at lower quality, which means that everything falls apart at once slowly instead of one part failing quickly. In the past, we sometimes ran out of beef. Now we never do, but to get beef of quality, one must spend a lot more money than anyone but the ultra-rich can possess.

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