Monday, February 14, 2011

Sergeant Pepper Taught The Band To Play

"It was 20 yrs. ago today, that Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play" ... well ... A year ago on this date Dredd Blog posted:
The main stream media (MSM) has been used unwittingly to distort the term "conspiracy theory" from the real meaning it has, and should have.

It has been perverted into an unreal, frivolous meaning they use in place of investigative journalism.

Can you imagine a U.S. Department of Justice attorney general going into a courtroom saying the defendant is charged with a "conspiracy theory", causing the court to snicker or giggle like an MSM journalist does when that term is mentioned?

Do you think that ever happens in court? No, because conspiracy theories are as serious as a heart attack to any professional DOJ attorney:
The concept of criminal conspiracy has its earliest roots in fourteenth century English common law. At that time, it saw limited use as a legal theory. It became more broadly applied in the United States in the nineteenth century, though still the scope of prosecutions was not wide. Today, however, conspiracy is a far-reaching legal principle, embracing antitrust actions, an enormous number of more traditional criminal cases, and even tort lawsuits. It is the basis of prosecutions dealing with, among other crimes, drug violations, securities fraud, murder for hire, bank robbery, and extortion.

... Conspiracy is an agreement by two or more people to commit a crime.
(Conspiracy Theory, Law). Congress passed a statute long ago that is used frequently in the federal courts:
If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States, or to defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, each shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.

If, however, the offense, the commission of which is the object of the conspiracy, is a misdemeanor only, the punishment for such conspiracy shall not exceed the maximum punishment provided for such misdemeanor.
(18 U.S.C. § 371, emphasis added). Conspiracy theories are a joke only to the jokers in the MSM propaganda organs.

Conspiracy theories are what an attorney general comes up with when s/he wants to put someone in prison because that person conspired with others to commit a crime.

It is not fantasy, it is real, and it happens each and every day.

The MSM la la land is where the fantasy comes from.

If the establishment obsession with banning conspiracy theories becomes real, in the form of censure or worse, will they ban the conspiracy theory portion of our federal law?

The conspiracy theory law that has been around for centuries to make society safer?

Two years ago on this date Dredd Blog posted:
We brought up the evolution of intelligence and artificial intelligence a while back.

Last night's Battlestar Galactica exposed some of the history of the machine mutations, evolution if you will, which converts Cylons from the realm of machine toward the realm of humanity.

And they call it science fiction. Which is very strange, because the foundation of biological evolution, by necessity, is cosmology. First comes the universe of planets, stars, galaxies, then after that biological life forms.

Cosmology is an attempt to explain the foundational prerequisites for the transformation from machine entities to biological entities. The Big Bang theory is, in essence, about an event originally involving machine entities.

In the cosmology movie the expanding and cooling gas cloud led to atoms. A gas cloud of hydrogen is a cloud of machines. An atom is a machine. An element is a machine composed of multiple atomic particles. Atomic elements like protons, neutrons, and electrons led to atoms which led to elements which led to stars and planets. Bigger machines.

Looking at it that way, the machines are at the foundation of biological organisms aren't they? We are in a sense cyborg, then, because we are both machine and organic.

We are composed of atoms and elements which are organized in such a way that they morph into organisms. Organization.

So goes the cosmological theory of machines mutating into "higher forms". Atomic quanta which are composed of non-organic mass and non-organic energy, and therefore are machines, morph or evolve into other machines we call atoms and elements. Then those elements morph into molecules which morph or evolve into organic, biological life forms.

What is puzzling in many ways is that this is called both science fiction and evolutionary science. What makes it fiction on the one hand, but science on the other hand, on the same set of facts? By facts I mean machines morphing or evolving into biological organisms.

Is it the Hollywood movie aspect of Cylons that makes it science fiction, or is it fiction when the forum is outer space? And only on earth it is science?

That is what Battlestar Galactica is all about. Cylons becoming more and more human-like to the point they become gender based entities, they mate, and they thereby reproduce.

What is up with calling it fiction? Or science? Just because it is a movie? Hey, it is the science of Cylon evolution dudes and dudettes.
In the here and now it is MOMCOM business as usual, as Obama keeps up the attack on the poor and middle class who elected him, yes, as the propaganda robots press on.


  1. MOMCOM will, of course, be the last great bastion of 20th century cold war hysteria and empire worship to fall. And don't think she'll give up her privileged status lightly. The only question is, will the world survive her passing?

    At this point, I'd lay the odds at a three way split.

    One says we manage to pull out of our current death spiral and somehow manage to do mostly just fine for the long term. No massive die-offs/extinctions that can't be handled/"managed", at least from the human perspective. This one implies the sort of technological triumphalism ethic to which today's youth mostly subscribe (they ARE "the youth" after all, aren't they?).

    The second is a messy meltdown, where MOMCOM (quite predictably) tries to maintain her "most favored whore" status to the end, before finally succumbing to the remaining forces of "goodness and light" in the world, who eventually vanquish the insufferable bitch and save the day. Call me a skeptic...

    The final option is that MOMCOM proves to be the better of us all and simply "wins" the day, thus insuring that we all lose. Given MOMCOM's HUGE current advantages and my openly acknowledged cynicism toward the plight of the human race, this one surely feels right. No bureaucracy with the capability to destroy the planet (from a human perspective at least) will EVER willingly allow itself to go extinct/be dismantled without invoking the fail-safe clause.

  2. The death grip on self destruction is quite robotic.

  3. You need to look up and find out what a linguistic fallacy is.

  4. Anonymous,

    Like your name, your statement is an excellent example of not only what "you" need to know but also what you say "You" needs to look up.

    Hypocrisy is the wind in your sails Anonymous.