Monthly Archives: November 2013

Attack of the psychic transdimensional octopus, part 2

In response to this post at Vox Popoli, I asked Idle Spectator a question I’ve been meaning to ask Heaviside (they seem to have comparable IQs): How long would it take you and a small group of similar minds to … Continue reading

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Admittedly basic idea re: probability

Responses to comments are finally up. (Go get your attention fix- after all, it’d be a shame if all that attention went to waste.) I’m doing a lot worse lately at this organization business. For instance, this is not the … Continue reading

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BJJ notes

BJJ lesson 1 Kimora from the guard You may use this technique from the guard if your opponent puts one or both of his hands on the ground. Assume that you will be attacking the opponent’s right arm in this … Continue reading

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Exercise notes

Exercise notes Tuesday .Running ..To I-94 and back, long break in the middle Wednesday .Miss Thursday .Intro BJJ session, weights, chest and bicep .Lifting ..Wide-arm pullupsx8 ..Bench 135×8, 135×8, 135×6, 135×5 ..Curl ?? ..Incline 115*8 115*6 115*5 ..Ab drags 45×8 … Continue reading

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All of my ideas seem stupid easy in retrospect

Part of the blogging philosophy I’ve been developing in slow motion, like ya do. As I develop maxims, I’ll turn them into those tag thingies. Like my observation “Imprecision reveals stupidity, but incorrectness reveals immorality.” That could have been the … Continue reading

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Wonder what their ancestors would think

You can’t make this shit up. It looks like no more spam, spam, spam for Norway’s warriors… at least on Mondays. The Daily Caller reports, ‘Norway’s military is taking drastic steps to ramp up its war against global warming. The … Continue reading

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Just another retard who styles himself a genius

Of necessity, physics had to develop a framework of thinking that would allow understanding counter-intuitive elements of reality. Something like quantum physics is not very intuitive, and in order to make progress, physics essentially evolved a framework of thinking that … Continue reading

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