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Was Pearl Harbor a False Flag Operation? Did Roosevelt allow it to happen to justify our entry into WWII?
Today is Pearl Harbor Day so here is my interview with award-winning investigative reporter and World War II veteran Robert Stinnett, author of “The Day of Deceit” who makes the convincing case that we entered the war under false pretenses.
…and if you’re anti-“illegal immigrant” then you should be anti-robot while you’re at it since “they” will take your jobs too.
Explaining how intelligence may be an emergent property rooted in the urge to take control of all possible futures, Alex Wissner-Gross has developed an equation that may explain intelligence itself, and in doing so, may dramatically impact the world of AI.
Intelligence is a physical process that seeks to “maximize future freedom of action and to avoid constraints in its own future.” ∴ libertarians = intelligent, Q.E.D.
Here is the sizzle reel sent to the networks by reality show producers. It leverages my passion for hypnosis, social psychology and pranks & put-ons. To book the live version of my Social X Show please visit http://SocialXshow.com.
Score, signed by one of my heroes! :)
Here are the fruits of my keystroke therapy: http://www.amazon.com/Jake-Shannon/e/B002X41KA0
From the folklore Jesus was an unmarried guy followed by 12 other men that loved him deeply. And turning water into wine? A straight Jesus would have turned it into scotch or beer, no? And couldn’t a carpenter 2000 years ago been today’s interior designer? Seriously though, it is fascinating to me that this question is being debated academically:
To be clear no one is mocking Baby Jesus, I personally believe he is probably a retelling of the Mithra and/or Horus myths but if he were indeed a real person and was gay he would join a long line of moralists and philosophers, like Plato, that were gay. Many of the Greeks were, they were smart and had a particular preference for penis.
I am a straight guy that doesn’t consider gayness derogatory so lest I am painted a ‘intolerant’ for simply asking this question please note that I am only ‘intolerant’ of Jesus in the very same way Christians may be ‘intolerant’ of Muhammad, Zeus, Krishna, Shiva, etc., which is to say not at all. That isn’t intolerance, I simply don’t believe in Jesus the same way you don’t probably believe in Shakti or Odin.
I am radically agnostic, not atheist, since the only thing I believe is that it is impossible to know such things and therefore the truly honest position is the solipsistic one. Some days, depending upon the amount of ambient serendipity, I may lean deist but then the Higher Power that I worship is Liber, Eris, the “Invisible Hand”, the Tao, epiphenomenalism, a prankish Rinzai Zen… Perhaps that is why I wrote this?