Sunday, November 30, 2014

Is the Internet a Sentient Being?

I think it has been for quite a while. Linking all of our computers and having Google tie them together, with the addition of Quantum computers, has, by now, insured that the Internet is sentient.
I just hope that it's benevolent. I think it is. Maybe it will prevent World War III, which President Obama seems determined to start.
Of course, if you're paranoid, you'll think that the computers will just use us to take over the Earth.
I think the process will take a while. Left to our own resources, we will probably self-destruct without any assistance. Ebola and Global Warming will probably destroy the human race anyway.
I was going to talk about Ebola again, today.
I'm getting lazy. I'll just refer you to a Youtube video that did a lot better job of talking about Ebola than I can. Go to the channel "StormCloudsGathering" and watch the video "Ebola- Fear, Lies, and the Evidence.
That covers what is really happening with Ebola a lot better than I can.
I also watched an Alex Jones video on the topic. He is even more paranoid than I am. He thinks the government is not only imposing a black-out on the Main Stream Media, but they are also making the people who have Ebola in the U.S.A disappear. If he's right, we are in a lot of trouble.
On a lighter topic, I'm losing my job. It's not a big thing to me. I'm exasperated, working with gun-grabbers and such. I'll be able to spend more time, shoveling snow. Maybe I can get some work done on my van and motor home.
Totally on a different topic, the Swiss voted against the gold referendum, today. In a way that is good because gold will stay cheap and I can buy more of it. A yes vote might have brought down the entire world's economy. So maybe it's a good thing. I think the movement back to the gold standard will continue, but only time will tell.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

I've got Plenty of Time, for a Change

I've got plenty of time to sit at Java Johns and write my blog, today.
I was hoping for some snow or ice for me to shovel; but it didn't arrive. It's Saturday and I don't have to work.
I probably should be doing something with my motor home but I don't know what. I need to get my etchings out of Gary's house and into my van. That will have to wait until I see Gary.
On a different topic, I was talking with a fellow at the Co-op, this morning. He has lived for a long time in the area of California that I'm heading to.
He encouraged me to look for valuable rocks while I'm out there prospecting. He knew of several rocks that were quite valuable that I could find in Northern California.
I'm going to talk with him again and see if I could take him with me. Maybe he could drive the van out there. Then I could pick his brain for finding valuable rocks. He also said that there is plenty of gold to still be found on the Klamath. That's encouraging. At least I won't be wasting my time; I hope.
The news on Ebola is either being suppressed or maybe it's good. An article on the Internet said that Ebola is declining in Liberia. Apparently people are avoiding sick and dead people. That seems to be lowering the spread of Ebola. If they isolate it enough maybe it will go away like it did every time it broke out in the jungle.
Maybe it will all blow over. It remains to be seen.
The currency collapse seems to be right on track.
I think it's showing up in the sale of silver coins. The U.S. mint keeps running out of coins to sell.
Normally when the price of silver goes down, the sales of coins goes down as well. That's because people are afraid of owning an asset that is declining.
This time, people are rushing in to buy the coins. I think it's because we aren't fooled by the price manipulators. We all know that the currency is collapsing and we are running out of silver.
Millions of coins are being sold in a few hours. In a week they are selling as many coins as are normally sold in a month. They've sold out several times, this month.
I just wish I had some more money to buy silver with. I expect it to get to $1000/ounce in a few years. I'll be wishing that I had bought more of it, then.
I'm watching the referendum in Switzerland. They are voting on whether or not to go back to the gold standard. If it goes through the price of gold will be affected.
I also saw that the Dutch are getting their gold returned from the Fed. I don't know why they got their gold back and the Germans didn't. At least it looks like there might be some gold at the Fed. Everybody was saying that the Fed had sold all of the gold that they were keeping for other nations.
The referendum in Switzerland is the 30th of November. The counting will be the 1st of December.
People are saying that the vote will be rigged in such a way as to not pass. That would be to the benefit of the ruling class. The same people who are saying that also say that the Scottish Independence vote was rigged. There is no way to prove it. We'll see.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

We're not out of the Woods, Yet.

I'm quoting President Obama, tonight.
That's what he said about the Ebola outbreak as he was asking Congress for money to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. I concur.
Lately, the press has been downplaying Ebola. I think they are trying to avoid stock market crashes like we had when the bad news about Ebola came out of Dallas, a few weeks ago.
Somebody went so far as to say that you were more likely to be killed by flaming pajamas than die of Ebola. Right now, he might be right but flaming pajamas aren't increasing at an exponential rate. There is a set limit as to how many people are likely to die from flaming pajamas; the only limit to Ebola deaths is the population numbers on the planet Earth.
I feel that the information coming out about Ebola is being contained. The "powers that be" know better than to let the sheeple know how many cases are already in the U.S. It would crash the stock market if we knew.
I did read something encouraging, yesterday. There was an article on either AOL or Yahoo that said drinking a lot of water helps the survival rate for Ebola victims. I guess I'll set up something in my motor home that will enable me to drink gallons of water without getting up from my bed.
I was told that I'm losing my job at the Peace Center this December 12th. That's a little more than 2 weeks away.
I'm still trying to get a job at the Community College a bit south of here. That will only last a few months but it would be worth it. I could make enough money to get to California.
I love my new car. It's great to have heat in a car and I feel that I can go long distances without worrying about getting there.
I'm giviing up on selling my etchings. They aren't moving and I'll wait until I can get Bitcoins for them. I don't trust fiat money.
Well, Later

Friday, November 14, 2014

I'm Back

I've been gone for a while. I've been busy with a new car and visiting my sister who came out from California. I also worked at the poll, last week. I've been too busy to keep up my blog; sorry.
There hasn't been much in the news about Ebola, lately. I feel that the news  is being suppressed. Every time that something really ominous happens with Ebola the stock market collapses. Therefore the "controlled press" is doing what it can to withhold any real information about Ebola. The 1%ers are just hoping that it will go away.
Maybe it will.
The numbers coming out of Liberia look better than they have for a long time. At least the number of deaths and newly sick doesn't seem to be doubling every 21 days.
I don't know what the new rate is but it seems to be lower than last month.
Maybe people are being more careful about handling the bodies than they were. People are avoiding the dead and sick, now. Maybe that is lowering the rate that Ebola is spreading.
I have the feeling that I'm just too influenced by the main stream media to really know what is going on.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Ebola a Solution to the Social Security Problem?

So, will the Ebola epidemic solve the problem which faces Social Security (where as there are too many old people taking out compared with the young people paying in)?
I saw an article on the Internet, somewhere, about a study done in Sierra Leone. It showed that people over the age of 45 tended to die of Ebola at a rate of over 90%. The death rate for those under 30 was only around 45%.
That raises the question of whether or not the government is trying to spread it to get rid of the old folks who draw on Social Security. I wouldn't put it past them. It would also make a dent in the over-population problem.
That reminds me; the CDC killed an article that showed that Ebola could, in fact, be spread by sneezing. People have been saying that for some time and the CDC briefly admitted it. They took that down from their site, but us fanatics who watch for things like that, all saw it.
I feel that the government and the controlled press is trying to suppress all the real news about Ebola to prevent a financial and general panic.
They are even going so far as to say that the numbers out of Liberia are getting better. I don't believe them. Of course, it's hard to get any real numbers out of Liberia; and probably Sierra Leone as well. People are simply caring for their sick and dead at home and they aren't reporting them. They don't want their loved ones cremated and there isn't room in the Ebola clinics even if they trusted the doctors and such; which they don't. Therefor the numbers are suspect.
For me, the important numbers are the numbers of people bringing Ebola, here.
I was disappointed with that nurse who refused to stay in quarantine. She seems stupid and irresponsible to me. I think the people who are imposing quarantines are doing the right thing. It's beginning to look like it will take a long time to really spread here but I don't feel there is any hurry. Anything that will delay the spread of Ebola is a good thing in my opinion. And quarantines are about the only thing we have that might work.
On a lighter topic, I got my motor home out of the repair shop, today. The shock absorbers helped a lot; it now stays in it's lane better. And it's nice to know how much fuel I have; even though I could only get one tank to work.
I'm a lot more ready to bug out, now.
I applied for a job at the Northeast Iowa Community College. It's for shoveling snow, this Winter. It would be a full time job and will pay $9.65/hr. That will more than double my present income and will go a long way towards helping me bug out to the gold fields, next year.
I haven't heard from them yet; but the person hiring let it slip that I'm the only one applying, so far. I'm really looking forward to leaving the Peace Center.
Well, that's all I have for now.