Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

John Dowland - More Lute Classical Music

bout Religion

Everyone Says The Same Thing About What Comes Next

Sunday, November 20, 2016

The Lies Of Late

I think now that there are two powerful political forces, Trump as president and Clinton as sore loser at war (basically), we are going to see the contrast between insidious operations carried out by the CIA, NSA and other government agencies focused on deception on behalf of Trump and then we will also see those initiated by the elite of the elite. The latter being, in my opinion a lot more devious and have much less concern for peoples rights or lives. It's now fact that Hillary has ties so close they're like knots with the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and the like. Hillarys followers are also quite distraught nowadays since they really believed in her, or more realistically just hated Trump and his "ways" and would have voted for anyone in their attempts at stopping him. I don't care for either of them but I can say, all sorts of devious operations will be performed soon by both. I hope to perform more experiments regarding the aforementioned initiatives so as to continue to expose how we are led to believe falsities that motivate us to exert all sorts of energy on manufactured causes or because of tricky lies which will be fed to us by those who we think are the most honest...

Know, one thing I can promise, until this flesh and bone capsule I live in expires, I will be showing you the things which to me seem like obvious corruption, lies and deceit.

Lachrimae Pavan by John Dowland - Rob MacKillop, Lute

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Classic Social Psychology Experiments (We're Making New Ones Now)

Obedience to Authority

"I was only following orders"
Legal defence by a Nazi leader at the Nuremberg trial following World War II
The aftermath of World War 2 made scientists investigate what made people "follow orders" even though the orders were horrible. The Stanley Milgram Experiment showed that also non-nazi populations would follow orders to harm other persons. It was not a German phenomenon as many thought.

Milgram's Lost Letter Experiment

Classic social psychology experiments are widely used to expose the key elements of aggressive behavior, prejudice and stereotyping. Social group prejudice is manifested in people's unfavorable attitudes towards a particular social group. Stanley Milgram's Lost Letter Experiment further explains this.

Obedience to a Role - Dehumanization

The Abu Ghraib prison-episode was yet another example on the power of predefined roles. The Stanford Prison Experiment by Philip Zimbardo, demonstrated the powerful effect our perception of expectations in roles have.


Solomon Asch wanted to test how much people are influenced by others opinions in the Asch Conformity Experiment.

Observational Role Learning

Behaviorists ruled psychology for a long time. They focused on how individuals learn by trying and failing. Albert Bandura thought that humans are much more than "learning machines". He thought that we learn from role models, initiating the (bandura) social cognitive theory. It all started with the Bobo Doll Experiment.

Helping Behavior - Good Samaritan

Knowing the story of the Good Samaritan makes you wonder what made the Samaritan help the stranger, and why did he not get help from the priest or the Levite? The Good Samaritan Experiment explores causes of not showing helping behavior or altruism.

Cognitive Dissonance Experiment

The Cognitive Dissonance Experiment by Leon Festinger assumes that people hold many different cognitions about their world and tests what happens when the cognitions do not fit. See also the more in depth article about the Cognitive Dissonance Experiment.

Bystander Effect

The Bystander Apathy Experiment was inspirated and motivation to conduct this experiment from the highly publicised murder of Kitty Genovese in the same year.

Groups and Influence On Opinion

Sherif's classic social psychology experiment named Robbers Cave Experiment dealt with in-group relations, out-group relations and intergroup relations.
The Social Judgment Experiment was designed to explore the internal processes of an individual's judgment and intergroup discrimination, how little it takes for people to form into groups, and the degree to which people within a group tend to favour the in-group and discriminate the out-group.

Halo Effect

The Halo Effect was demonstrated by Nisbett and Wilson's experiment. It fits the situation of Hollywood celebrities where people readily assume that since these people are physically attractive, it also follows that they are intelligent, friendly, and display good judgment as well. This also greatly applies to other well-known people such as politicians.

Wegner's Dream Rebound Experiment

According to studies, thoughts suppressed may resurface or manifest themselves in the future in the form of dreams. Psychologist Daniel M. Wegner proves this in hisexperiment on effects of thought suppression.

False Consensus

Everyone's got their own biases in each and every occasion, even when estimating other people behaviors and the respective causes. One of these is called the false consensus bias. Psychologist Professor Lee Ross conducted studies on setting out to show how false consensus effect operates.

Interpersonal Bargaining

Bargaining is one of the many activities we usually engage in without even realizing it. The Moran Deutsch and Robert Krauss Experiment investigated two central factors in bargaining, namely how we communicate with each other and the use of threats.

Understand and Belief

Daniel Gilbert together with his colleagues put to test both Rene Descartes' and Baruch Spinoza's beliefs on whether belief is automatic or is a separate process that follows understanding. This argument has long been standing for at least 400 years before it was finally settled.


People lie all the time even to themselves and surprisingly, it does work! This is the finding of the Quattrone and Tversky Experiment that was published in the Journal of Personality and Psychology.

Overjustification Effect

The overjustification effect happens when an external incentive like a reward, decreases a person's intrinsic motivation to perform a particular task. Lepper, Greene and Nisbett confirmed this in their field experiment in a nursery school.

Chameleon Effect

Also called unintentional mirroring, the chameleon effect usually applies to people who are getting along so well, each tend to mimic each other's body posture, hand gestures, speaking accents, among others. This was confirmed by the Chartrand and Bargh experiments.

Confirmation Bias

Confirmation bias is also known as selective collection of evidence. It is considered as an effect of information processing where people behaves to as to make their expectations come true. People tend to favor information that confirms their preconceptions or hypotheses independently of the information's truthness or falsity.

Choice Blindness

Choice blindness refers to ways in which people are blind to their own choices and preferences. Lars Hall and Peter Johansson further explain this phenomenon in their study.


The Clark Doll Test illustrates the ill effects of stereotyping and racial segregation in America. It illustrated the damage caused by systematic segregation and racism on children's self-perception at the young age of five.

Selective Group Perception

In selective group perception, people tend to actively filter information they think is irrelevant. This effect is demonstrated in Hastorf and Cantril's Case Study: They Saw a Game.

Changing Behaviour When Being Studied

The Hawthorne Effect is the process where human subjects of an experiment change their behavior, simply because they are being studied. This is one of the hardest inbuilt biases to eliminate or factor into the design.

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Breaking The Code - Nonshalant

Negative Psychological Manipulation Can Be Worse Than Physical Abuse

Psychological manipulation can be defined as the exercise of undue influence through mental distortion and emotional exploitation, with the intention to seize power, control, benefits and/or privileges at the victim’s expense.
It is important to distinguish healthy social influence from psychological manipulation. Healthy social influence occurs between most people, and is part of the give and take of constructive relationships. In psychological manipulation, one person is used for the benefit of another. The manipulator deliberately creates an imbalance of power, and exploits the victim to serve his or her agenda.
Below is a list of fourteen “tricks” manipulative people often use to coerce others into a position of disadvantage, excerpted from by book (click on link): “How to Successfully Handle Manipulative People”. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, but rather a compilation of subtle as well as strident examples of coercion. Not everyone who acts in the following manners may be deliberately trying to manipulate you. Some people simply have very poor habits. Regardless, it’s important to recognize these behaviors in situations where your rights, interests and safety are at stake.
1.  Home Court Advantage  
A manipulative individual may insist on you meeting and interacting in a physical space where he or she can exercise more dominance and control. This can be the manipulator’s office, home, car, or other spaces where he feels ownership and familiarity (and where you lack them).
2.  Let You Speak First to Establish Your Baseline and Look for Weaknesses
Many sales people do this when they prospect you. By asking you general and probing questions, they establish a baseline about your thinking and behavior, from which they can then evaluate your strengths and weaknesses. This type of questioning with hidden agenda can also occur at the workplace or in personal relationships.
3.  Manipulation of Facts
Examples: Lying. Excuse making. Two faced. Blaming the victim for causing their own victimization. Deformation of the truth. Strategic disclosure or withholding of key information. Exaggeration. Understatement. One-sided bias of issue.
4.  Overwhelm You with Facts and Statistics
Some individuals enjoy “intellectual bullying” by presuming to be the expert and most knowledgeable in certain areas. They take advantage of you by imposing alleged facts, statistics, and other data you may know little about. This can happen in sales and financial situations, in professional discussions and negotiations, as well as in social and relational arguments. By presuming expert power over you, the manipulator hopes to push through her or his agenda more convincingly. Some people use this technique for no other reason than to feel a sense of intellectual superiority.
5.  Overwhelm You with Procedures and Red Tape
Certain people use bureaucracy – paperwork, procedures, laws and by-laws, committees, and other roadblocks to maintain their position and power, while making your life more difficult. This technique can also be used to delay fact finding and truth seeking, hide flaws and weaknesses, and evade scrutiny.
6.  Raising Their Voice and Displaying Negative Emotions
Some individuals raise their voice during discussions as a form of aggressive manipulation. The assumption may be that if they project their voice loudly enough, or display negative emotions, you’ll submit to their coercion and give them what they want.  The aggressive voice is frequently combined with strong body language such as standing or excited gestures to increase impact.
7.  Negative Surprises
Some people use negative surprises to put you off balance and gain a psychological advantage. This can range from low balling in a negotiation situation, to a sudden profession that she or he will not be able to come through and deliver in some way. Typically, the unexpected negative information comes without warning, so you have little time to prepare and counter their move. The manipulator may ask for additional concessions from you in order to continue working with you.
8.  Giving You Little or No Time to Decide
This is a common sales and negotiation tactic, where the manipulator puts pressure on you to make a decision before you’re ready. By applying tension and control onto you, it is hoped that you will “crack” and give in to the aggressor’s demands.
9.  Negative Humor Designed to Poke at Your Weaknesses and Disempower You
Some manipulators like to make critical remarks, often disguised as humor or sarcasm, to make you seem inferior and less secure. Examples can include any variety of comments ranging from your appearance, to your older model smart phone, to your background and credentials, to the fact that you walked in two minutes late and out of breath. By making you look bad, and getting you to feel bad, the aggressor hopes to impose psychological superiority over you.
10.  Consistently Judge and Criticize You to Make You Feel Inadequate
Distinct from the previous behavior where negative humor is used as a cover, here the manipulator outright picks on you. By constantly marginalizing, ridiculing, and dismissing you, she or he keeps you off-balance and maintains her superiority. The aggressor deliberately fosters the impression that there’s always something wrong with you, and that no matter how hard you try, you are inadequate and will never be good enough. Significantly, the manipulator focuses on the negative without providing genuine and constructive solutions, or offering meaningful ways to help.
11.  The Silent Treatment
By deliberately not responding to your reasonable calls, text messages, emails, or other inquiries, the manipulator presumes power by making you wait, and intends to place doubt and uncertainty in your mind. The silent treatment is a head game where silence is used as a form of leverage.
12.  Pretend Ignorance 
This is the classic “playing dumb” tactic. By pretending she or he doesn’t understand what you want, or what you want her to do, the manipulator/passive-aggressive makes you take on what is her responsibility, and gets you to break a sweat. Some children use this tactic in order to delay, stall, and manipulate adults into doing for them what they don’t want to do. Some grown-ups use this tactic as well when they have something to hide, or obligation they wish to avoid.
13.  Guilt-Baiting 
Examples: Unreasonable blaming. Targeting recipient’s soft spot. Holding another responsible for the manipulator’s happiness and success, or unhappiness and failures.
By targeting the recipient’s emotional weaknesses and vulnerability, the manipulator coerces the recipient into ceding unreasonable requests and demands.
14.  Victimhood 
Examples: Exaggerated or imagined personal issues. Exaggerated or imagined healthissues. Dependency. Co-dependency. Deliberate frailty to elicit sympathy and favor.  Playing weak, powerless, or martyr.
The purpose of manipulative victimhood is often to exploit the recipient’s good will, guiltyconscience, sense of duty and obligation, or protective and nurturing instinct, in order to extract unreasonable benefits and concessions.

Preston Ni, M.S.B.A. is the author of  "How to Successfully Handle Manipulative People” and “How to Communicate Effectively and Handle Difficult People”. Download free excerpts at:

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Been Arguing This Forever

Friday, November 18, 2016

Most Recent Research Experiment Regarding Fake Protesters And Social Science

NEW YORK – Nov. 18, 2016 –  Our latest research experiment shows that people are going to protests in exchange for a fee which indicates that many of the protesters do not have a genuine interest or reason for all the negative energy they expend during the activity.
This research was initiated taking cues from the methods and tactics of great social influencers such as Edward Bernays who were able to change opinions on a mass scale through the use of propaganda and media influence. Edward Bernays, an Australian-American pioneer, popularly known as “the father of public relations,” is a pioneer in the field of public relations. He combined the ideas of Gustave Le Bon and Wilfred Trotter on crowd psychology with the psychoanalytical ideas of his uncle, Sigmund Freud. His ideas and that of his likes who were able to make a significant impact in history using the media and journalists as powerful tools are today influencing our views on protests.
With so much energy being expelled in the anti-Trump protest, an experiment was formulated using social science to see if all the anger and other negative energies exerted can (financially) benefit the person who they are protesting against. To conduct the experiment, the website was designed and advertised on Craigslist for people who are interested in working as protesters to send in pictures of them protesting with their signs. The website was also posted on subreddits which attract anti-Trump individuals with money.
The result from this simple, yet important experiment was overwhelming. Within a short time of posting the ads, both people who want to work as protesters and many who want to hire protesters started placing orders. While individuals who were interested in becoming protesters started sending in their details, those who wanted to hire protesters were already forking over their credit card numbers with specific details as to locations, number of hours and even demographics.
The fact that people go to protests in exchange for a fee and that others hire protesters is an indicator that a lot of protesters (many of whom mentioned that they have already done such work in the past) may not have a genuine interest and reason for all the energy they expend at all. And this goes a long way to show that not everything is as it seems.

-Gil Rozenblatt
Managing Director @ The Wiser Consultancy - A WiserOps, Inc. Company

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

bout Trust

"Trust is the glue of life. It's the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It's the foundational principle that holds all relationships" - Stephen Covey

Why Dumbshits Are So Sure And Intelligent People Always Question

The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which low-ability individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly assessing their ability as much higher than it really is. Dunning and Kruger attributed this bias to a metacognitive inability of those of low ability to recognize their ineptitude and evaluate their ability accurately. Their research also suggests corollaries: high-ability individuals may underestimate their relative competence and may erroneously assume that tasks which are easy for them are also easy for others.[1]


Test If You're A Dumbshit

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Some Ying For Your Yang

Sunday, November 13, 2016

What Do You See?

Its no illusion. There is a young woman and an old woman. This is a famous gestalt image used to demonstrate ambiguity.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Welcome to the neighborhood

Two of NASA’s space telescopes, including the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR), miraculously observed a black hole’s corona “launched” away from the supermassive black hole. Then a massive pulse of X-ray energy spewed out. So, what exactly happened? That’s what scientists are trying to figure out now.

Saturday, November 05, 2016

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

The United Scheming Republic

If you still don't believe that the US is one of the more corrupt countries in the world, you need to pull your head from out of your ass, quick. I mean, WHAT THE FUCK??? Any person who ever challenged me about anything....I repeat - anythingggg - that is written in the archives of this page, previously dismissed as conspiracy theory, needs to get down and kiss my ass... Because it's all out in the open now. Always was a realist.

I'll write here, days before the election, every sheep on the side of Trump as far as my eyes can see, if Hillary wins this election (which at this point seems unimaginable),  it will be clear as day in the Arizona sky, that it's allll rigged.

I often say to people that the world is gonna burn either way but I actually look forward to Trump winning because the degenerate, racist, misogynistic and stereotypical American types that follow him will continue to show their true selves... This allows for excellent observation, classification and compartmentalization of dumbshits.  What'll you say to all the pervs whose retort (while grabbing women by the crotch) will be "Whaa our president does it"  Watch your vaginas ladies.