The historical implications of the information below are so
staggering in their proportion that I had to process it for some time
before I could even speak of it. The proof is right under our noses, yet
the secret persisted. Why?
We understand the controllers have long manipulated our history on
this planet, messed with time and that great evil befell a high
civilization. Now we are dealing with the cleanup process—and in the
nick of time, if my suspicions are correct. More on that below.
What I hadn’t heard until just recently was that so much trouble had
been taken to erase the knowledge of a pre-existing civilization that
spanned the entire planet after a war.
The ornate buildings, towers, columns, bridges, structures and
architecture we still see standing were built by an advanced people with
a much better understanding of science than the marauders who stole
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We are entitled to deduce the probability of electric currents in the body. But we are not entitled on that account to say that the vital phenomena are electrical.  Hence Dr. Frankenstein could not have given life to the monster by means of electricity alone.
Heat is not an element. I do not find “heat” listed in the Periodic Table of Elements.
“Heat” in a system is the total energy content (kinetic energy of constituent particles plus the energy involved in the intermolecular attractions) of the molecules. 
On our planet, heat primarily originates in the Earth’s core.  “Safety valves” for core heat are provided by such as volcanoes and geysers. The heat rises from the core, through various solid elements, and warms Earth. From there it still rises, though it continues to dissipate, up into the cold mountains, covered with snow. It keeps on rising and…
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And they even say that many things we like in society – such as the family, neighborhoods, community groups – are based on socialist principles.
I think it would be more accurate to say those institutions are based on non-market principles rather than socialist principles, but that raises an interesting question.
Would socialism be okay if it was voluntary?
In a column for FEE, Tim Worstall explains that we shouldn’t object to socialism – so long as it isn’t coercive.
…voluntary socialism does work sometimes, and it’s habitual now to mention Mondragon as an example of industrial companies that succeed as…
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