Message from Noxar in The Right Server #serious
weird only for a split moment it was for me
this country is based more or less completely on his ideas, it's hard to like the American system and not be a Lockeite
do you believe he was right about tabula rasa?
I don't think we're a completely blank slate but I think it's mostly true
there's inborn knowledge but a lot of what we consider innately human traits are learned and won't exist without education
Lets go back some time, has everyone here heard of the Giant-impact hypothesis, if so you know thats its the most likely cause of the formation of the moon and two of my favorite supporting facts are 1 moon samples indicate that the Moon's surface was once molten and 2 the stable-isotope ratios of lunar and terrestrial rock are identical, implying a common origin, so along with some other things its relatively plausible and widely excepted. Now I want you to imagine for a second what it would be like to be alive when this took place, what you write down. What im saying is there is a common thread through out the historical texts that have been separated geographically all over the world and they all say the same things about some great catastrophic events, im saying events because of occurrences like meltwater pulse 1B and such, now before I move on I would propose that this be circumstantial evidence for other wild and extravagant claims put forth in these same texts, in other words if they got these these things right why would they be wrong in the very same texts about all the rest of the claims, couple that with all the archaeological evidence as well but we will discus that at a later time.
Moving on, with the fact of a planetary collision there remains a question, what on earth is there bacteria and spores doing thousands of miles above our own atmosphere. Add that to the fact of water on the moon and the recent discovery of a possible body of liquid on mars. What if we got samples from all three sources and compared them and they were found to be identical, now that would be something! What would it mean for the outlandish claims of the ancients or other civilizations and such things?
This is a quote from a book:
"The bacteria could easily have originated on Earth, rising into the high atmosphere after any one
of the major cataclysms that have occurred here. But more likely and probably the reason why
things have be kept “under wraps” is that the bacteria originated on another planet, the
planet that was destroyed by atomic weaponry and whose remains now make up the so-called
asteroid belt and whose debris has continually fallen into earth atmosphere and onto the very surface,
as Charles Fort and others have researched for decades"
One more piece of evidence for the books proposal is the fact of the asteroid bet being mostly water which means it has to have come from somewhere, and in this case it would be said that it came from another planet with a massive amount of water and possibly life etc.
As im reading the chat history something else is brought to my attention this article https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/05/22/europe-birthplace-mankind-not-africa-scientists-find/ that NormieCamo#7997 posted, its message is clear that white people did not originate in africa, im glad this was brought up because continuing with the theory I was mentioning it further shows the things proposed and that is, that humans and whites specifically may have been genetically altered. Along with this article two concepts come to mind the fact that blood lines are so highly guarded by royals and other elite members of society and the fact that humans have been around for, and this is up for debate, maybe 50,000 or some odd years. The exact number does not matter, but what does matter is scale. If humans have spent 90% of our time being primates and only 10% of the time we have developed langues, amassed great networks of roads, went to space, built computers and any other conquest you can think of, wouldn't it stand to reason that there was genetic manipulations along the way. This would explain why there is no missing link. This may explain the non-coding DNA we all have.
@Blade The discoverer of dna seemed to think Europeans had a different dna from other humans.
And actually suspected our dna contained ET dna.
James Watson, and later Crick held this view.
Food quality talk now boys
vid for reference - talks about how animals are raised today, what kind of shit is pumped into them and how it affects us when we eat it among other things (large scale farms)
Mennonite chicken is all I eat. Raised without gmo foods or all those regulatory injections.
Tbh you shouldn't be eating anything other than chicken
where do you see james watson saying whites are alien hybrids
can you fucking not derail subject thank you Mr. Jew
@agag Crick was tutored by Perutz, who in turn got the "panspermia" theory from Watson.
Crick was the most public about the ET hypothesis though
nah not the panspermia stuff that's not a very uncommon idea
the stuff about europeans having different dna
I read about it in a book about the history of biology.
although Crick was far more vocal about this theory than Watson
Will Sweden ever rebel against their govt in a literal shooting war?
Or do external countries have to help them?
unlikely after 11/12/18
>mfw the guy above blocked me <:GWragTbhfam:390321741525942272>
Dunno dood, you keep talking about taking action and gun ownership
you sound like a fed
Why are you blocking people if you think they’re feds
because feds are the big gay