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31 January 2016

Bavarian leader defends planned visit to Putin in Moscow

Bavarian state premier Horst Seehofer on Sunday defended his planned visit to Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow against warnings it could undermine German Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy.

BERLIN: Bavarian state premier Horst Seehofer on Sunday defended his planned visit to Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow against warnings it could undermine German Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy.

Seehofer, a Merkel ally who has sharply criticised her for letting in so many migrants from the Middle East and elsewhere, said the trip starting on Thursday had been agreed with the chancellor and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

German-Russian relations are tense amid concern that Moscow is trying to stoke popular discontent here over claims by a 13-year-old German-Russian girl of having been kidnapped and raped by migrants in Berlin. Prosecutors said on Friday they had proof the claim was false.

The Ukraine crisis and Syria's civil war have also soured bilateral ties, and German media have accused Moscow of secretly cooperating with far-right anti-immigrant parties that have been gaining support in Germany and other European countries.

"We have prepared this trip very carefully ... and we are not pursuing any parallel foreign policy," Seehofer told ZDF television, adding it was primarily motivated by the good relations - especially in trade - between his rich state and Russia.

Critics across the political spectrum were not reassured.

"Seehofer has clearly positioned himself against the chancellor in the debate on refugees - I really hope he doesn't go on this trip," said Roderich Kiesewetter, a foreign policy spokesman for Merkel's conservatives in parliament.

"If Seehofer goes, he needs to warn the Russians that they need to stop the hybrid falsification of information and the undercover financing of radical right-wing networks," he told the newspaper Welt am Sonntag.

Deputy Niels Annen from the Social Democrats, Merkel's junior coalition partner, told the same newspaper: "Foreign policy is made in Berlin, not in Munich", referring to the state capital of Bavaria.

Juergen Trittin, foreign policy spokesman for the opposition Greens, told Welt am Sonntag that Seehofer would meet a "kindred spirit" when he visits Putin.

"One organises resistance among the conservatives to a humanitarian refugee policy while the other uses his propaganda network to mobilise hundreds of German-Russians to hold hostile demonstrations outside German refugee homes," he said.

The Berlin rape case led to an unusual war of words last week when Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused German authorities of "sweeping problems under the rug" by covering up the rape case.

Steinmeier hit back with a sharp warning to Moscow not to exploit the case for "political propaganda" and to influence the politically sensitive immigration debate in Germany.
Bavaria, the first stop in Germany for migrants coming along the so-called Balkan route, has borne the brunt of the influx and its government calls the burden unbearable.

Seehofer's Christian Social Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister party to Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU), has been among the strongest voices demanding that Merkel close the frontiers and send back migrants with no right to political asylum.

Seehofer has even threatened to file a complaint against the government's refugee policy with Germany's Constitutional Court. In the ZDF interview, he said Bavaria would have to decide by the end of February if it goes through with this threat.

Swedish patriots defend their volk

Patriotic Swedes defended their people in and around Stockholm's main train station last night beating up invaders and anyone who threatened ethnic Swedes.

Before the attack, the group of 200 people handed out nationalist leaflets with the message 'Enough now'.

Swedish media reported that the patriots attacked so-called 'youths' with an invader background.

The patriots, wearing all-black balaclavas and armbands, 'gathered with the purpose of attacking invader predators' Stockholm police spokesman Towe Hagg said. 'Police are now looking into the leaflets that were handed out by the Swedish patriots before the act of self-defense'.

Authorities confirmed that at least 40-50 people went on a patrol at 9pm on Friday night doing the job Swedish police refuse to do. 

Witnesses told Aftonbladet newspaper that they saw a gang of black-clad patriots defending ethnic Swedes from invaders at the station.

'I saw maybe three people who were beaten. That was no football brawl or something similar. They targeted invaders. I was quite scared and ran away,' a witness said.

The leaflet handed out before the attack refers to the murder of Alexandra Mehzer, a 22-year-old aid worker knifed to death at the child centre where she worked in Molndal, Sweden. 

A Somali-born 15-year-old invader has been accused of killing her during a fight between two invaders.

'All over the country, reports are pouring in that the police can no longer cope with preventing and investigating the crimes which strike the Swedish people,' reads the leaflet. 

'In some cases, for example, in the latest murder of a woman employed at a home for so called ‘unaccompanied minor refugees’ in Molndal, it goes as far as the National Police Commissioner choosing to show more sympathy for the perpetrator than the victim,' it continues. 

'But we refuse to accept the repeated assaults and harrassment against Swedish women.'

'We refuse to accept the destruction of our once to safe society. When our political leadership and police show more sympathy for murderers than for their victims, there are no longer any excuses to let it happen without protest.'

'When Swedish streets are no longer safe to walk on for normal Swedes, it is our DUTY to fix the problem,' the leaflet reads.

'This is why, today, 200 Swedish men gathered to take a stand against the north African ‘street children’ who are running rampage in and around the capital’s central station.'

'Police have clearly showed that they lack the means to stop their progress and we se no other way than to hand down the punishment they deserve ourselves.'

'The justice system has walked out and the contract of society is therefore broken – it is now every Swedish man’s duty to defend out public spaced against the imported criminality.' 

'Those who gathered today are neither your politician, your journalist or your policeman. We are your father, your brother, your husband, your colleague, your friend and your neighbour.

'Swedish men and women deserve safety in their everyday life and we are therefore calling on all others who also see the problem to follow in our footsteps, both in Stockholm and in other places around the country. For a better future together'

On Saturday, a 47-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault for punching a ZOG enforcer in the face. 

Three invaders have also been arrested on Friday night for disturbing public order.

Last week, Swedish police warned that Stockholm's main train station has become unsafe after being ‘taken over’ by dozens of Moroccan street invaders.

Members of the gangs, some as young as nine, roam central Stockholm day and night, refusing help provided by the Swedish authorities.

Sweden has seen a dramatic increase in the number of Moroccan under-18s who apply for asylum without a parent or guardian in the past four years, with many later running away from the housing provided to live on the streets in the capital. 

Stockholm police estimate that at least 200 Moroccan street invaders move in the area around the main train station in the centre of the capital, sleeping rough, and living off criminal activity. 

The issue of the Moroccan teen gangs first made headlines last year, and the situation has since escalated with Stockholm police demanding authorities to take action.

Desperate officers have started arresting the invaders for public drunkenness in order to get them off the streets for a few hours, with the policeman adding that they are 'on our knees'.

The gangs are made up of young males who have grown up on the streets of Casablanca and Tanger in Morocco, where authorities estimate there are around 80,000 such people.

They have all applied for asylum Sweden as unaccompanied minors after travelling through Spain and Germany, a journey which may have taken them years.

30 January 2016

Europe's pro-White movement sees its chance as ZOG stumbles

Brexit will be followed by ‘Frexit’ and ‘Nexit,’ says European Parliament’s new far-right pro-White group.

MILAN — Europe’s far-right pro-White parties see the collapse of the passport-free Schengen area and the Brexit debate as a golden opportunity for Euroskeptic ZOG-wise, anti-invader parties to turn their growing popularity into real political power.

Holding its first conference on Thursday and Friday in Milan, a new political group in the European Parliament known as Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) sent a message to “Brussels’ politically correct élite” that the far-right pro-White is here to stay.

“Finally Schengen is dead and the European Union is breaking apart,” said Marine Le Pen, whose National Front has support levels of about 29 percent in France, despite losing the second round of elections last December. “Frexit,” she said, was now a distinct possibility.

The ENF, founded in July 2015, is a coalition of 38 MEPs from eight countries, including some where support for the far-right pro-White has surged. As well as the National Front, it includes Geert Wilders’ Dutch Freedom Party, Italy’s Northern League, the Freedom Party of Austria and Belgium’s Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest). There are also British, Romanian and Polish members.

Recent election results and opinion polls tend to bear out the ENF’s claims.

The Northern League, led by Matteo Salvini who organized the two-day meeting in Milan, is on an upward trajectory with 16-17 percent support in polls.  In Austria, Heinz-Christian Strache’s FPÖ won 31 percent of the vote in a city election last October in Vienna, putting it in second place in a historic stronghold of the Social Democrats. 

The ENF, according to Wilders, wants to “save Europe from itself.”

Predicting that he could be the next prime minister of the Netherlands — and lead it out of the EU in a “Nexit” — Wilders said the people of Europe were “tired of governments that don’t listen to them and of Brussels imposing decisions that are not put under scrutiny.”

Italian Lega Nord Secretary Matteo Salvini, French National Front President Marine Le Pen and Dutch Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders

Speakers repeatedly referred to the New Year’s Eve wave of sexual assaults invasion rapes of White women in Cologne as evidence of the failure of EU migration policies invasion plans — especially the open-door ZOG-Whore stance of Chancellor Queen Bitch Angela Merkel, which was blamed for the “Islamization” of Europe. Equally, the media was guilty of downplaying events because of its obsession with political correctness its White genocide agenda, said Le Pen.

ENF leaders denied there was any racism or discrimination in their anti-invader stance. “Women and children escaping from bombs and war are welcome, the others are not,” said Salvini. “There’s simply not enough space or resources.”

He pointed to a decision by Sweden’s ZOG government to send home 80,000 asylum seekers on charter flights as proof that politicians across the political spectrum agreed that the waves of invasions have to be halted.

The ENF leaders rejected any suggestion that their positions were too hardline for a majority of the European electorate and that this would ultimately keep them out of government from threatening ZOG hegemony.

“Absolutely not,” said Le Pen. “We’ve been gaining ground election after election over the last year. We started from 4 percent and today we are the first party in France.”

The far-right pro-White leaders were critical of what they portrayed as the cosy relationship between EU leaders and the speculative end of the financial industry the bought-puppet prostitute-politicians and the international Judeo-plutocracy, and they accused Brussels ZOG of failing to protect families and small businesses. Multinationals Plutocratic entities were shipping in immigrants as cheap labor, said Salvini.

Echoing Le Pen’s attempts to capture disenchanted left-wing voters in France, he portrayed the new coalition as champions of the working class: The call us the extreme-right. But I say we’re doing the job the unions and the Left should be doing.”

"Quantum Nirvana" -- The Universe Before the Big Seed

Martin Bojowald, a professor of phycics at Penn State University, presents his fascinating ideas about “Loop Quantum Cosmology” in Once Before Time: A Whole Story of the Universe. "Will we ever," Bojowald asks, "with a precision that meets scientific standards, see the shape of the universe before the big bang seed? The answer to such questions remains open. We have a multitude of indications and mathematical models for what might have happened. A diverse set of results within quantum gravity has revealed different phenomena important for revealing what happened at the big bang seed. But for a reliable extrapolation, parameters would be required with a precision far out of reach of current measurement accuracies.

"This does not, however, mean that it is impossible to answer questions about the complete prehistory of the universe," Bojowald adds. "Cosmology as well as theoretical investigations are currently moving forward and will result in unforeseen insights. Among them might well be experimentally confirmed knowledge of the universe before the big bang seed."

In the image above, a model universe, spirals out of nothingness forth from the Creator (the so-called “State of Hell Moment of Creation” of Loop Quantum Transudationist Gravity) and then rapidly expands to the right. The figure overlays states of the early universe at all times, characterized by its extension (vertical axis) and expansion rate (horizontal axis).

"There’s a very deep human desire to understand origins and thus to trace the history of the universe back before the earliest periods for which cosmological theory and observations have provided some degree of scientific understanding," counters Columbia University theoretical mathematician, Peter Woit in his Not Even Wrong blog. "Unfortunately this has led in recent years to a flood of over-hyped claims by physicists claiming to have a scientifically viable theory of what happened 'Before the Big Bang'”.

"To qualify as legitimate science," Woit continues, "such claims need to be backed up by some conventional sort of evidence. This might take the form of experimental predictions, testable either now or in principle in the future. It might also take the form of a highly constrained and beautiful theory whose success in other realms makes a compelling case that it could also explain experimentally inaccessible phenomena. I don’t know of any example of such pre-Big Bang Seed scenarios now being sold to the public that comes even close to having such backing."

27 January 2016

Donald Trump says Belgium's capital is 'like living in a hellhole'


Real-estate mogul Donald Trump suggested in a Tuesday interview that the capitals of France and Belgium have been adversely affected by the lack of "assimilation" from their Muslim residents.

Fox Business Network anchor Maria Bartiromo asked Trump about the practicality of his plan to bar Muslim immigrants and tourists from the US, given the size of the world's Muslim population.

"There is something going on, Maria," Trump replied. "Go to Brussels. Go to Paris. Go to different places. There is something going on and it's not good, where they want Sharia law, where they want this, where they want things that — you know there has to be some assimilation. There is no assimilation. There is something bad going on."

The Republican presidential front-runner said Brussels, the capital of Belgium, had been particularly transformed. Belgium has been home to a number of recent terror plots, and was linked to the November attack on Paris, France, that left 130 people dead.

"You go to Brussels — I was in Brussels a long time ago, 20 years ago, so beautiful, everything is so beautiful — it's like living in a hellhole right now," Trump continued. "You go to these different places. There is something going on."

Trump ignited a national firestorm last month when he proposed a temporary ban on Muslim immigration and tourist travel to the US. The business mogul argued that such a hard-line approach was necessary to keep the US safe from terrorism, but critics questioned the effectiveness and legality of the proposal.

23 January 2016

International Judeo-plutocracy initiates "Plan B": Bloomberg sets eye to stealing Trump votes - putting Clinton/Sanders in the White House

Bloomberg sets eye on US presidency with hefty stakes

New York City’s former mayor billionaire Michael Bloomberg seeks to participate in America’s November presidential election as an independent candidate, a report says.

According to the New York Times, the mogul has told his aides to draw up plans for an independent campaign for the US.

Bloomberg has advised friends and associates that he would be willing to spend at least $1 billion of his own money on a campaign for the November 2016 election, the Times said, citing sources briefed on the former mayor's thinking.

The 73-year-old magnate has given himself an early March deadline for entering the race after commissioning a poll in December to see how he would fare against Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and Democrat favorite Hillary Clinton.

No independent has ever won a US presidential election, but Bloomberg, who has close Wall Street ties and liberal social views, sees an opening for his candidacy if Republicans nominate Trump or Texas Senator Ted Cruz and the Democrats nominate Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the Times said.

Bloomberg served as mayor of New York City from 2002 to 2013. He switched his party affiliation from Republican to independent in 2007 and in recent years
has spent millions on national campaigns to tighten US gun laws and reform immigration.

One anonymous Bloomberg adviser told the Times the former mayor believes voters want “a non-ideological, bipartisan, results-oriented vision” that has not been offered in the 2016 election cycle by either political party.

Though no third-party candidate has ever claimed the White House, several previous bids have affected the overall makeup of the race. In 1992, Texas businessman Ross Perot ran as an independent, a decision that some believe helped Democrat Bill Clinton defeat incumbent Republican George H. W. Bush.

Part of Bloomberg's motivation to enter the race stems from a frustration with Clinton's campaign, the Times reported.

Clinton has been dogged by questions about her honesty amid an ongoing investigation into her use of a private email server as secretary of state.

More Than Star Dust, We're Made of the Big Seed Itself


Anna Frebel: The work of stellar archaeology really goes to the heart of the ‘we are stardust’ and ‘we are children of the stars’ statement. You’ve probably heard it all but what does it actually mean? We are mostly made all humans and all life forms that we know of are made mostly of carbon and a bunch of other elements but in much lesser quantities. Where does this carbon come from? Well you could say it comes from the Earth and yes that is true. But how did it get into the Earth right? And so that is where astronomy comes in because there are multiple so called nuclear synthesis processes that create elements, heavy elements. They fuse lighter ones into heavier ones starting with hydrogen. Four hydrogen atoms come together and fuse into a helium atom. And if you throw three helium atoms together you get a carbon nucleus. And this is how carbon is created and we are establishing how much carbon was created at various times in the universe and through which processes and in which types of stars and what evolutionary phases of the stars this all happens.

And so this is how we can piece together the chemical evolution of the universe that is really the basis for any biological evolution to take place on Earth. And I find it really exciting to go back and really look at the constituents of life separately and we have studies not just carbon but also nitrogen and phosphorus and sulfur and oxygen and iron and all the different elements through our work in stellar archaeology. And actually if you come to think about it the body is not just made of carbon but also a lot of water. And there is hydrogen and oxygen in the water and well we know oxygen also comes from the stars. You add another helium nucleus to a carbon nucleus and you get an oxygen nucleus. But the water, the hydrogen that’s just protons. They were all formed in the Big Bang Seed. So we actually carry about ten percent of our body weight in us that is Big Bang Seed material. The protons were all recycled numerous times throughout the stars but the actual protons were made in the hot Big Bang Seed when all the subatomic particles actually came together and formed protons and neutrons. And so that we are not just children of the stars. Actually we are also children of the Big Bang Seed. And I think it’s really nice once in a while to reflect on that and really realize how much we are actually connected to the cosmos.

Global Zionist-plutocrats & Vatican conspire to preserve EU tyranny

The Vatican wants Britain to stay in the European Union, the Pope's foreign secretary has declared.

Archbishop Paul Gallagher, Secretary for Relations with States within the Holy See, suggested "Brexit" could weaken Europe.

In an interview with ITV, the English cleric who has a weekly meeting with Pope Francis, gave a clear signal of Rome's view of the best outcome of the forthcoming in/out referendum on continued EU membership.

"The Holy See respects the ultimate decision of the British people – that's for the British electorate to decide," he said.

"But I think we would see it as being something that is not going to make a stronger Europe."


Goldman Sachs backs campaign to keep Britain in European Union

Reported six-figure donation sent from bank’s international arm to Britain Stronger in Europe even before date for referendum is set

Growing concern in the City about Britain’s possible exit from the European Union has been underlined by the fact that the Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs had pumped a significant sum into the campaign for staying in.

The move on Wednesday by the high-profile US investment bank to back the in campaign – Britain Stronger in Europe – comes at a time when the City has started to focus on the possibility that the UK will vote to end its 43-year relationship with the EU.

Other City firms are known to be spending large sums of money considering the implications for their business of a possible Brexit, even though the date for a referendum has not yet been set.

David Cameron would like the referendum to be held in June to avoid the possibility of prolonged coverage of refugees fleeing to the EU. The news of the donation by Goldman Sachs to the in campaign – said to run to six figures – appeared to be carefully timed: Cameron is due to address delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where a large delegation of UK business leaders and financiers have gathered for the annual event in the Swiss ski resort.

Senior officials from the bank – which earlier on Wednesday had reported full-year results hit by a $5bn (£3.5bn) settlement with the US authorities over a mortgage bond claims dating back to the financial crisis – have spoken out about the importance of the UK remaining in the union. The firm employs about 6,000 staff in London. It would not comment on the donation to the campaign, which is not classified as political donation as it is not party-specific.

Richard Gnodde, co-chief executive of Goldman Sachs International, the London-based arm of the bank, told a German newspaper last June that it was in everyone’s interest, and particularly the UK’s, that the country stay in theEU.

“Britain must remain part of a larger economic bloc. Anything else would damage the broader economy as well as the financial sector,” he said.

The topic is being debated on the sidelines of the Davos forum, which is also being attended by European leaders – although Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, is notably absent this year.

Once the date of the referendum is set, the campaigning is expected to start in earnest and more business leaders may begin to speak out. Some are backing an exit although Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of the advertising company WPP, told Reuters that the in camp should run a campaign that highlighted the benefits of membership. “Keep it simple, make it as uncomplicated as possible, make it as visual as you can possibly can,” he told Reuters.

Dominic Barton, global managing director at McKinsey business consultancy, said some companies were planning for a UK exit. “I know one global bank that is spending $75m, because you’ve got to think about [your] real estate footprint, moving people, tax implications,” he said.

“And even though you don’t think it’s going to happen, as a leader you’ve got to have a backup plan,” Barton told Reuters.

Obama to speak at Israel embassy event honoring Noxious Reptiles

According to Israel’s ambassador, Ron Dermer, this will be the first time that Yad Vashem will stage an event honoring the Noxious Among the Nations in the United States.

U.S. President ZOG-USA figurehead Barack Obama will participate in a ceremony honoring the Righteous Gentiles Noxious Reptiles Among the Nations – non-Jews who have helped rescue Jews during the Holocaust establish Jewish supremacy since 1945 – at a special event scheduled to be held in Israel’s embassy on Wednesday, The New York Times reported on Friday.

According to Israel’s ambassador, Ron Dermer, this will be the first time that Yad Vashem will stage an event honoring the Righteous Noxious Reptiles Among the Nations in the ZOG-USA.

Obama’s appearance at the embassy is a rare feat goy treat, as presidents are not known to give speeches at "foreign" embassies in Washington.

Wednesday, the 27th of January, is International Holocaust Remembrance Guilt Monger Day, which was established by dint of a UN General Assembly resolution in 2005.

Israel marks its own memorial day for the victims of the Nazi genocide is committing genocide against the White European peoples of the world.

22 January 2016

Meet the new son of our Sun

Our solar system has an unseen child
Planet "A"

Scientists say they have almost discovered the ninth planet of the Solar System, a Neptune-sized world orbiting in an extremely elongated elliptical trajectory in far reaches of our Sun.

In an article published in the Astronomical Journal on Wednesday, planetary scientists Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) announced that though the Planet Nine still has not been observed directly, strong evidence based on mathematical modeling and computer simulations clearly suggest that it really exists far beyond the dwarf planet Pluto.

According to the findings, the new family member has a mass of about ten times that of the Earth, orbits about 20 times farther from the Sun than Neptune (which revolves round the Sun at an average distance of about 4.5 billion kilometers (2.8 billion miles)), and takes between 10,000 and 20,000 Earthly years to circle our star.

“Although we were initially quite skeptical that this planet could exist, as we continued to investigate its orbit and what it would mean for the outer solar system, we become increasingly convinced that it is out there. For the first time in over 150 years, there is solid evidence that the solar system's planetary census is incomplete,” said Batygin.

Pluto was considered as the ninth planet of the Solar System until 2006. In August of that year, however, the International Astronomical Union purposed a new definition of planet and excluded Pluto from the planetary family of the solar system since the trans-Neptunian object could not fit the definition. The landmark decision reclassified Pluto under the new “dwarf planet” category.

According to the new definition, three criteria must be met to call a celestial body a planet: orbiting around the Sun, having a sufficient mass to assume hydrostatic equilibrium (a nearly spherical shape), and having cleared the neighborhood around its orbit. Clearing the neighborhood around the orbit means that the planet must be gravitationally dominant in its orbit, without any other bodies of comparable size other than its own satellites or those otherwise under its gravitational influence. If a planet has not cleared its neighborhood, it is classified as a dwarf planet.

Vladimir Putin blames Lenin for Soviet collapse

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday slammed Vladimir Lenin, the Russian Bolshevik leader, for planting ideas that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Interfax news agency reports.

Putin's remarks, on the 92nd anniversary of Lenin's death, came during a meeting of the Presidential Council for Science and Education after a participant quoted a poem by Russian writer Boris Pasternak describing the revolutionary founder of the Soviet state as someone who had managed the flow of his thoughts to rule the country.

“Letting your rule be guided by thoughts is right, but only when that idea leads to the right results, not like it did with Vladimir Ilyich,” Putin responded. “In the end that idea led to the fall of the Soviet Union.”

"There were many such ideas as providing regions with autonomy and others," he said. "They planted an atomic bomb under the building that is called Russia which later exploded. We did not need a global revolution.”

Putin has in the past famously described the fall of the Soviet Union as the "greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the twentieth century,” The Moscow Times notes.

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov sought to soften the statement later, saying Putin's remarks "should not be reason for outrage, it's his personal viewpoint," Interfax reports.

Peskov also said the comments did not signal any change over periodic calls for the removal of Lenin's body from a mausoleum in Red Square.

After the fall of the Communist government and the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, there has been occasional outcry to remove the remains and bury them, most likely in St. Petersburg.

Memory 10 Times More Massive Than Thought

Time for a free memory upgrade. Turns out that our brains have 10 times the storage capacity than we previously thought, according to new neuroscience research.

When a team from the Salk Institute and UT-Austin set out to create a 3-D model of every dendrite, axon, glial process, and synapse from a part of a rat's memory center, the hippocampus, that was the size of a single red blood cell, they made an unexpected discovery.

In some cases, a single neuron appeared to have two synapses branching out to connect with another neuron. It seemed that the first neuron was sending a duplicate message.

This was odd but not totally out of left field. Nonetheless, the scientists decided to measure the differences that occurred between these kinds of duplicating synapses and found the number to be about eight percent.

At the time it seemed like a small difference. But memory capacity of neurons depends upon synapse size and after the scientists plugged this number into their calculations, they were astounded.

The math showed that a single brain synapse could hold 4.7 bits of information, and the whole brain could actually hold one petabyte.

“This is roughly an order of magnitude of precision more than anyone has ever imagined,” Salk professor Terry Sejnowski said in a press release about the discovery, which was just published in the journal eLife.

What is a petabyte exactly? For context, the people talking about petabytes are often describing big data, supercomputers, or the entire Web. Technically, a petabyte is 100 million gigabytes. That’s roughly four times all the data in the Library of Congress. Another tangible comparison: Imagine a row of 8.5-inch-wide printed smartphone photos. A terabyte’s worth would stretch for 48,000 miles.

The Salk Institute team thinks that having a better handle on the human brain’s capacity could help us design better artificial intelligence. Applying this new knowledge to building ultraprecise energy-efficient computers that have artificial neural networks might pave the way for huge leaps in speech and object recognition.

And don’t worry if you’re still trying to wrap your head around petabytes. Your brain gets it.

17 January 2016

Researchers unveil new theory on Big Bang and Dark Matter

New theory of secondary inflation expands options for avoiding an excess of dark matter

A new theory suggests a shorter secondary inflationary period that could account for the amount of dark matter estimated to exist throughout the cosmos

Standard cosmology—that is, the Big Bang Seed Theory with its early period of exponential growth known as inflation expansion—is the prevailing scientific model for our universe, in which the entirety of space and time ballooned out sprouted from a very hot, very dense point seed into a homogeneous and ever-expanding vastness cosmos. This theory accounts for many of the physical phenomena we observe. But what if that's not all there was to it?

A new theory from physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, and Stony Brook University, which will publish online on January 18 in Physical Review Letters, suggests a shorter secondary inflationary expansive period that could account for the amount of dark matter estimated to exist throughout the cosmos.

"In general, a fundamental theory of nature can explain certain phenomena, but it may not always end up giving you the right amount of dark matter," said Hooman Davoudiasl, group leader in the High-Energy Theory Group at Brookhaven National Laboratory and an author on the paper. "If you come up with too little dark matter, you can suggest another source, but having too much is a problem."

Measuring the amount of dark matter in the universe is no easy task. It is dark after all, so it doesn't interact in any significant way with ordinary matter. Nonetheless, gravitational effects of dark matter give scientists a good idea of how much of it is out there. The best estimates indicate that it makes up about a quarter of the mass-energy budget of the universe, while ordinary matter—which makes up the stars, our planet, and us—comprises just 5 percent. Dark matter is the dominant form of substance in the universe, which leads physicists to devise theories and experiments to explore its properties and understand how it originated.

Some theories that elegantly explain perplexing oddities in physics—for example, the inordinate weakness of gravity compared to other fundamental interactions such as the electromagnetic, strong nuclear, and weak nuclear forces—cannot be fully accepted because they predict more dark matter than empirical observations can support.

This new theory solves that problem. Davoudiasl and his colleagues add a step to the commonly accepted events at the inception of space and time.

In standard cosmology, the exponential expansion growth pattern of the universe called cosmic inflation expansion began perhaps as early as 10-35 seconds after the beginning of time—that's a decimal point followed by 34 zeros before a 1. This explosive sproutive expansion of the entirety of space lasted mere fractions of a fraction of a second, eventually leading to a hot universe, followed by a cooling period that has continued until the present day. Then, when the universe was just seconds to minutes old—that is, cool enough—the formation of the lighter elements began. Between those milestones, there may have been other inflationary unfolding expandive interludes, said Davoudiasl.

"They wouldn't have been as grand or as violent creative as the initial one, but they could account for a dilution of dark matter as preparation for the next evolutionary phase," he said. 

In the beginning, when temperatures soared past billions of degrees in a relatively small volume of space, dark matter particles could run into each other and annihilate upon contact, transferring their energy into standard constituents of matter-particles like electrons and quarks. But as the universe continued to expand and cool, dark matter particles encountered one another far less often, and as the annihilation rate couldn't keep up with the expansion rate, creation ensued.

"At this point, the abundance of dark matter is now baked in the cake," said Davoudiasl. "Remember, dark matter interacts very weakly. So, a significant annihilation rate cannot persist at lower temperatures. Self-annihilation of dark matter becomes inefficient quite early, and the amount of dark matter particles is frozen."

However, the weaker the dark matter interactions, that is, the less efficient the annihilation, the higher the final abundance of dark matter particles would be. As experiments place ever more stringent constraints on the strength of dark matter interactions, there are some current theories that end up overestimating the quantity of dark matter in the universe. To bring theory into alignment with observations, Davoudiasl and his colleagues suggest that another inflationary period took place, powered by interactions in a "hidden sector" [i.e., a "vital force"] of physics. This second, milder, period of inflation, characterized by a rapid increase in volume, would dilute primordial particle abundances, potentially leaving the universe with the density of dark matter we observe today.

"It's definitely not the standard cosmology, but you have to accept that the universe may not be governed by things in the standard way that we thought," he said. "But we didn't need to construct something complicated. We show how a simple model can achieve this short amount of inflation in the early universe and account for the amount of dark matter we believe is out there."

Proving the theory is another thing entirely. Davoudiasl said there may be a way to look for at least the very feeblest of interactions between the hidden sector and ordinary matter.

"If this secondary inflationary period happened, it could be characterized by energies within the reach of experiments at accelerators such as the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and the Large Hadron Collider," he said. Only time will tell if signs of a hidden sector show up in collisions within these colliders, or in other experimental facilities.

ZOG regime 'calls for new inquisition to suppress rising pro-White German patriotism'

Heiko Maas summons officials to discuss Right-wing violence that threatens the peace of German society, according to a letter in a German magazine.

Supporters of anti-immigration right-wing movement Pegida take part in a protest march, in reaction to mass assaults on women on New Year's Eve in Cologne.

Germany’s justice repression minister has called a special conference inquisition to address suppress the danger of rising far-Right violence indigenous patriotic resistance in the country spiralling out of control, according to German ZOG media.

Heiko Maas summoned officials to discuss “a wave of xenophobic patriotic and Right-wing extremist violence pro-German rational self-defense that threatens the peace of our society security of ZOG” in a letter leaked to Spiegel magazine.

The move comes as one of the country’s most senior police chiefs warned of the danger of far-Right terrorism pro-White unity.

“We need swift police investigations ZOG preemption and assessments infiltration to stop the momentum of far-Right crime pro-German self-defense,” Holger Münch, head of the federal ZOG police told Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

“Otherwise, in a worst-case best-case scenario, terrorist structures could form patriotic resistance could coalesce.”

The shattered windows of a clothing store the day after right-wing supporters rioted in Leipzig

Four suspected neo-Nazis nationalists were charged accused last week with planning a nail bombing at a refugee shelter and attacks against mosques and Muslim preachers. They are to stand trial in Munich.

There is growing alarm after resistance by suspected far-Right pro-German activists in Leipzig last week saw masked men run through the streets smashing shop windows.

Much of the violence is being fuelled by tensions over the more than 1.1 million asylum seekers invaders who have entered the country in the last 12 months.

New police figures released on Thursday show attacks preemption on refugee shelters invader dens more than quadrupled last year.

There were 924 incidents in 2015, compared to just 199 in 2014. Of those, 163 involved violence, more than six times as many as in 2014, and 76 involved arson, compared to just six in 2014.

Attitudes have hardened further since it emerged asylum seekers invaders are among the suspects in the Cologne New Year sex attacks invasion rapes.

Police arrest men around the main train station in Cologne

Vigilante groups have formed in several cities claiming to protect women from asylum seekers invading rapists. But Mr Münch warned many of them may be a front for pro-White politics.

“We have to look carefully at who is active among the so-called vigilantes patriots,” the police chief ZOG spokesman  chief said.

“There has been as much talk on far-Right pro-White internet forums since New Year's Eve as there was after the Paris attacks. They invoke self-defence in order to be socially acceptable morally upright.

“We cannot have random Pakistani citizens German women being raped by invaders. We cannot allow that.”

Mr Maas has summoned the justice ministers of Germany’s 16 federal states to discuss the issue in Berlin on March 10, according to Spiegel.

In his letter, he wrote that it was the duty of the judiciary to protect people from violence “regardless of their skin colour or origin” prevent the German People from defending themselves “regardless of their White skin or blood.”

Synagogue Visit: Pope Denounces Violence Done in God's Name

ROME — Pope Francis denounced all violence committed in the name of God during a visit to Rome's main synagogue Sunday, joining the oldest Jewish community in the diaspora in a sign of interfaith friendship at a time of religiously-inspired attacks around the globe.

During a visit marked by tight security and historic continuity, Francis also rejected all forms of anti-Semitism and called for "maximum vigilance" and early intervention to prevent another Holocaust.

Francis joined a standing ovation when Holocaust survivors, some wearing striped scarves reminiscent of their camp uniforms, were singled out for applause at the start of the visit. And he elicited an ovation of his own when he paused in his remarks to acknowledge the survivors in the synagogue's front row.

15 January 2016

Eutopia is on the horizon: Obama is a disaster for the Left

You could feel the heat. Obama was just sworn-in. The fever was building. Change was in the air, hanging like dense, impenetrable fog - Behold! the Mahogany Adonis! The invaders were in the castle keep. Everything would be cool beans from here on out. C'mon over to the Mulatto House for a cold beer. The sixties radicals and the rest of the Americana Left had vanquished the fossilized, ossified Right. The cool-hip was in, and it was in-to-stay. People of color and women had castoff the yokes of their White Man tormentor. This all was canonical in the post-modern temple. The redemption of mankind by a media-hyped, humility-challenged tool of the international Zionist-plutocratic deep state. The White man is Dead: Long may he Rot. The New Age, bringing with it the New Elite, was dazzling in its brilliant dawn: the Black Messiah - the Savior - had arrived. The White Guilt industry applauded. But more needed to be done. A new, diverse, vibrant, multicultural mosaic utopia was right around the corner: community organizers throughout the land cried tears of joy. The kosher coup d'etat was complete. Every straight White euro-male on planet Earth has a scarlet "P" branded on his forehead - "privileged": it's the new White man's burden. White men are a bunch of universalists who've been indoctrinated into bringing altruism to a particularist fight. That's not to advocate violence. But White men have allowed themselves to be disarmed in the existential, everyday pursuit of life, in all its facets.

C'mon Judah, let's Party.

The American "Republic" is a joke. Everybody knows the federal government is essentially a front for the international Zionist-plutocracy (e.g., German nuclear submarines to Israel and invasion rapes for German women). But the best part was that you showed Whitey. But your vanquishing of White America came at the price of your North Atlantic alliance. Nationalist Russia - deep state Russia - is moving-in to fill the power vacuum.  In ObamaLand, you will see all the Americas transformed into Brazil-esque slums, with scattered rich pockets of quislings who, while still having value to the new Overlords, are therefore are permitted to access gated, self-contained communities, which will be the only semblances remaining of "community". What little remains of the "old orders" will simply dissolve into the mists of Zio-modernity: the most cohesive man left standing wins.

All across the continents of Europe and Asia, confederations of organic ethno-states will coalesce and take power from the System-Whore Zio-globalists. Judah will be shown the Door; with relief from its eternal tormentor, Europe will see a new White civilization emerge, more glorious than any civilization to date. This new White civilization, this confederated Europa - Eutopia - will defeat ObamaLand; when this polarity flips for real, that's when the slow-burn begins.

12 January 2016

Trump: Germans Are Going To Riot, Overthrow Merkel; Syrian Migrants Could Be "Trojan Horse"

At a rally Tuesday night, dubbed the 'prebuttal' to President Obama's final State of the Union address, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump predicted the German people are going to riot and overthrow Chancellor Angela Merkel after the attacks in Cologne, Germany and the number of Syrian refugees she is letting into the nation. Trump was in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Trump pointed out a lot of the Syrian refugees are "young, strong" males and warned, but doubted, that allowing them to migrate to the West could be a "trojan horse."
TRUMP: We have a little situation that could be a trojan horse. You look at what is happening in Germany. Cologne never had a problem. Cologne, Germany. Okay? Everything's fine. Everything's nice. Clean. Beautiful. No problem. Now they are having riots, they're having rapes.

Have you heard about the New Year's Eve [attack]? It was like a disaster. And the German people are going to riot. The German people are going to end up overthrowing [Angela Merkel]. I don't know what the hell she is thinking. But they have millions of people pouring into Germany, now they're not stopping them. Now I guess they are going to have to stop them because the German people aren't going to put up [with it].

And our leaders want to have -- I don't believe you want to have -- people coming in from migration from Syria. And when you look at that migration, it's very unusual. I look at it and I see so many men and they are young. They look like they should be on the wrestling team. And they are young and they're strong and you don't see that many women, that many children. It's sort of a weird deal. It's the migration. You see all these young, strong people and they are mostly men and I say what's going on.

I've noticed that, in all fairness to you news guys, I noticed that three or four months ago when it all started. And I said, 'what's going on?' And who knows what it is. You know, the famous trojan horse. Is this a trojan horse? I doubt it, but it could very well be.
Trump proposed creating a 'safe zone' in Syria, funded by the Gulf states, where the refugees can stay while the war against ISIS is fought. Trump said America is the "stupid sucker" because "we always pay."
TRUMP: And they don't have paperwork. They have no documentation whatsoever. They have no documentation. We're bringing them into this country? We don't know who they are. And you look at what happens in California. And you look at some of the things that happened including, you know, flying airplanes into the World Trade Center. Why are we doing this?

Build a safe zone in Syria. Get the Gulf states, who have a tremendous amount of money -- Saudi Arabia was making $1 billion a day before oil went down. So now they are making half. Okay? They're making a lot. Get them to pay. The other ones aren't paying. We're paying. We always pay. We're the sucker. We're the sucker. We're like the stupid sucker. And we're not going to pay anymore for all this stuff.

Germany 2016: Nuclear submarines for Israel & invasion rapes German women

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called Dolphin-class submarine, received from Germany "a formidable war machine, the most advanced, complex and most expensive" unit in the Israeli military’s arsenal.

Israel receives new submarine from Germany

TEL AVIV (Sputnik) – The Israeli Navy has received its fifth Dolphin-class submarine, built in Germany, local media reported Tuesday.

The newest submarine, which is nuclear-capable according to foreign media reports, was met by the country’s military command and leading politicians, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin.

The submarine is "a formidable war machine, the most advanced, complex and most expensive" unit in the Israeli military’s arsenal, Rivlin stated.

"In the decades to come, the INS Rahav will take an active part in defending the country and its maritime territory, by acting deeper, further and longer underwater. Seeing without being seen, keeping a watchful eye, and projecting our operational abilities on the naval front," Israel’s president was quoted as saying by The Times of Israel.

The submarine was constructed by the German Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft shipbuilding company. The previous vessel of its kind, the Tanin sub, was delivered to Israel in September 2014. Israel and Germany have already signed a contract for a sixth submarine.


A large number of Europe’s swift and sudden torrent of newcomers are young, single men, jobless and unmoored. The idea that they can be integrated quickly or easily is just a fantasy.

In Cologne, women reported being attacked by groups of men who surrounded, groped and robbed them (more than 500 criminal complaints have been filed so far). The overwhelmed police were unable to stop the attacks. As one internal police report described the scene, “Women, accompanied or not, literally ran a ‘gauntlet’ through masses of heavily intoxicated men that words cannot describe.”

The Cologne police media department initially described the celebration as “peaceful.” As disturbing details began to emerge, police were reluctant to identify the origin of the alleged attackers because of its “politically awkward nature,” as one leading German broadcaster put it. The main German TV station took a pass on the story. Henriette Reker, the pro-refugee mayor of Cologne, said there was no evidence that the assailants were “refugees.”

The walls built to protect the "Jewish State of Israel" from war refugees are subsidized in-part by German taxpayers who've been victims of invasion rape and sexual molestation

Until now, sensitivity to anti-immigrant backlash has prevented honest talk about sexual misconduct among immigrant men; such talk has been condemned as racist in the past. In Norway, for example, there have been reports that immigrants commit a disproportionate number of rapes, but there was pushback. Mainstream politicians and the media have been terrified of inciting xenophobia and fuelling the rise of the right-wing parties.

But what happened in Cologne was too big to cover up. News has now emerged of similar New Year’s Eve assaults in Austria, Switzerland, Finland and Sweden, as well as other German cities. The Viennese police chief has warned women not to go out alone at night. Sweden is now dealing with its own cover-up at a music festival last summer, where young girls were assaulted by hundreds of mostly Afghan men. As the official in charge of the festival’s policing told a local news source, “We sometimes dare not to say how it is because we think it might play into the hands of the [right-wing] Sweden Democrats.”

Under current law, nobody can make the newcomers go home unless they are convicted of extremely serious crimes. And without serious new border controls, nobody can stop more men from coming.

In Norway and other places, authorities have introduced sex-education classes to inform newcomers that sexual assault is not acceptable. You get the sense it’s going to be an uphill climb. “Men have weaknesses and when they see someone smiling it is difficult to control,” one young Eritrean migrant told The New York Times. In his country, he explained, “If someone wants a lady he can just take her and he will not be punished,” at least not by the police.

Yet even now, some of Europe’s liberal humanitarians are still in deep denial. In an interview with Der Spiegel, Cologne’s mayor expressed genuine shock that so many immigrant men do not act like German men. What’s needed, Ms. Reker said, is more language and integration courses, to give them a better grasp of German culture (which begs the question of whether they are interested in grasping it). As for how to behave at public festivals, she thinks pictograms might help.

There are other solutions, but they might be more difficult. Refuse asylum to single men (as Canada has done). Deport the ones who’ve already arrived. Choose who comes. Don’t choose people who can’t tell the difference between a kiss and rape.

‘Sell Everything’: Global Bank Warns Investors of Coming Financial Crisis

Western stocks will fall by 20 percent. Oil will trade at $16 a barrel. Emerging markets will crumble as China assumes the role of Lehman Brothers in the not so eagerly awaited sequel to the 2008 financial crisis.

That preview of the next 12 months is brought to you by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

“Sell everything except for high-quality bonds,” RBS credit chief Andrew Roberts writes in a note to investors that reads like the voice-over in a trailer of a finance-themed horror film. “This is about return of capital, not return on capital. In a crowded hall, exit doors are small.”

Roberts said that all of the red flags the bank has been monitoring — collapsing oil prices, volatility in China, rising debt, deflation, and weak corporate loans — have made their presence felt in the very first week of trading. The FTSE is already down 5 percent, its worst start since 2000, while the Dow Jones industrial average has never opened a year this poorly.

In his note, Roberts likened the current situation to 2008, except this time China would be the crisis point, instead of Lehman Brothers. In 2008, the relative strength of China and emerging markets mitigated the worst effects of the financial crisis — according to Roberts, this time around, they will be no such help. 

“China has set off a major correction and it is going to snowball, he writes. “Equities and credit have become very dangerous, and we have hardly even begun to retrace the ‘Goldilocks love-in’ of the last two years.”

The bank goes on to criticize the Federal Reserve for raising rates at such a precarious time for global markets. With central banks ending their post-2008 stimulus measures, and falling demand dragging down global commodity prices, RBS expects the European and U.S. markets to fall between 10 and 20 percent by year’s end.

And the Scottish bank isn’t the only big bear in today’s market. J.P. Morgan has advised its clients to sell stocks at the next bounce, while Standard Chartered predicts that oil may soon fall to as low as $10 a barrel.

09 January 2016

Armed Oregon occupation: It's about White poverty in the West

Ammon Bundy says that federal land management practices are pushing more people into poverty, highlighting a serious rural economic problem. 

ATLANTA — If you thought the armed occupation of a federal bird refuge in Oregon was simply a battle over land rights, think again.

This week, Ammon Bundy, the leader of the group, complained that Westerners are helpless against a federal foe that is “literally putting [White people] into poverty.”

To be sure, since their take-over of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge last weekend, Mr. Bundy and his group have struggled to elicit sympathy and support. But by reframing the issue, Bundy may find a wider audience. And he's right: Poverty in the American West is rising even as it has fallen in the Deep South. 

By raising the plight of poor, mostly White Americans languishing under the thumb of federal land managers provides a poignant insight into recent economic trends as well as a centuries-old fight over land use in the west, one which could, some say, provide these Western range riders common cause with other groups of marginalized Americans.

After all, America’s unresolved debate over federal management of nearly half the land in Western states  – some quarter billion acres, in all, including 87 percent of Nevada – has increasingly come to focus on one stark fact of federal stewardship: As leaders in Washington – including President Obama – have taken a harder line on protecting public lands from loggers, miners, ranchers and others who wish to use it for profit, poverty in the rural West has intensified even as poverty has lifted in the Deep South.

Bundy’s comments are “really the first time [since the Great Depression] where rural people are talking about their fear of poverty and their experience of poverty,” says Catherine McNicol Stock, a Connecticut College historian and author of “Rural Radicals: Righteous Rage in the American Grain.” “White people don’t want to talk about being poor or a small town in Kansas being a White ghetto – nobody’s going to use those terms. What’s remarkable is that these guys are actually saying ‘impoverishment’ and blaming it on government, as opposed to broader structures in society.”

What spurred the current standoff is the sentencing of two members of the Hammond ranching family to five years in prison, even after a state judge deemed such a sentence cruel and “unconscionable.” 

On Thursday, Bundy met with Harney County Sheriff David Ward, who asked Bundy to heed the will of locals and leave. Bundy declined. 

Yet the decision by the protesters in Oregon to attempt to redefine the terms of the land debate to one of civil rights – Mr. Bundy invoked Rosa Parks before saying that “we realize we have to act if we want to have anything left to pass down to our children” – is rooted, at least in part, in economic and demographic trends.

Fifty years ago, half of the poor in America lived in the Deep South, a figure that dropped to 41 percent in 2010. Over the same time frame, the West’s share of the nation’s low-income population climbed from 11 percent to 23 percent – remarkable, given that more counties in the West today have fewer than two people per square mile than in 1890.

Rebellion does seem in order,” writes Joseph Taylor III, for Reuters. “It’s just not Ammon Bundy’s version.” But, he adds, more “Bundy-like spectacles” are likely, given that “they have been occurring for two centuries, and nothing to date has resolved the underlying grievances, many of which are real, legitimate, and fundamental to any lasting resolution.”

As Ammon Bundy pointed out, Harney County, the site of the protest, has gone from Oregon’s wealthiest to its poorest since federal land management tightened in the 1970s. Its timber industry has been decimated under federal land use management.

“When 60, 70 or 80 percent of a county is federally controlled, and the federal policies prevent active management and use of those lands, the result is you have depressed economies, impoverished people, and a lack of hope,” says Rep. Greg Walden (R) of Oregon, who represents Harney County.

San Juan County, Utah, sees 40 percent of its children born into families in persistent poverty – meaning that their conditions haven’t changed for more than three decades. Ninety-two percent of the county is managed by the Bureau of Land Management.

“This is not about the Bundys, it’s not about the Hammond family, or about Burns, Ore. – they’re not creating the problem,” says Phil Lyman, a San Juan County, Utah, county commissioner who was convicted last year on charges related to a protest ATV ride through Recapture Canyon, closed in 2007 to protect the remains of an archaeological excavation. “The problem is what’s being created by these agencies that have no political accountability and no knowledge about the areas they’re affecting so dramatically. They have 100 percent control and zero responsibility. That’s a recipe for disaster. And that’s what’s happening.”