Archive | June, 2018

The Rice Experiment, Our World Reality

6 Jun

For those that have heard of the Rice Experiment, you might want to check out a fine YouTube video on just that subject. You might think, How Can That Be? :

The world we see may not be entirely what we think. For a more indepth look into Our World, including an embedded video about the Quantum Experiment with Slits, check out Ed’s work from the Outer Light :

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Mouse Experiment and GMI

6 Jun

There’s been a lot of talk in various circles about a Guaranteed Minimum Income. Most recently Bernie Sanders was talking about giving everybody that wanted one, a government job. And in Stockton California the mayor is wanting to provide 300,000 Stockton residents $500 every month with no strings attached.

For those unable to contemplate an environment where people are rewarded for making no contribution to society, look no further than into the Mice Utopia Experiment :

 

 

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Human Evolution and Politics

6 Jun

It might seem that your political perspective was simply how you were raised. In reality, that may be true. But, like in intelligence, there may be more involved.

r/K selection theory –r/K selection theory relates to the selection of combinations of traits in an organism that trade off between quantity and quality of offspring.

For example, rabbits living in a world of totally abundent grass will reproduce, well, like rabbits. There is plenty of available food to support offspring, with little worry about continuation of the species. Little time is spent in the realm of parenting while much time is spent in procreating.

And then there are wolves living in a colder climate with limited resources. For them, time spent protecting their offspring from prey and training them to find the necessary resources for survival is paramount.

From a YouTube perspective try :

Or a discussion on the subject with Stephan Moleneaux and Bill Whittle :

 

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