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August 18, 2012

Ode to Nikola

no, not some skank ho slut, but Tesla

I very, very, very rarely meet anyone who actually understands what Tesla was all about, people just regurgitate the usual shit “point the phasers at the dilithium crystals and get a free earthquake machine and wireless power transmission”

Of course this isn’t helped by gross and criminal mis-characterisations of Tesla and his work, such as those of the 2006 film The Prestige

At the heart of Tesla was a quest for harmonics and frequencies and tuning, this is the foundation of 99% of his work, and lest you suffer from the impression that this is all well and good but Tesla coils are old hat now, consider that CURRENT experiments on Quantum data transmission are nothing more than a quest for harmonics and tuning, so that changes made to A are reflected in the state of B.

Of course Tesla was an engineer, and engineer’s have never been understood by the masses, a state of affairs not helped by world & dog taking mundane repetitive by the numbers tasks and then calling those who perform those tasks engineers… so we live in a world where a vending machine engineer can’t fix a loose tappet, and a software engineer can’t cut a thread, but they are all engineers.. m’kay..

Bill Lear was a fan of Tesla, you’ve probably never heard of Bill Lear, but he invented the 8 track cartridge, founded Motorola, and later started LearJet.

I have a book on my shelf here from 1913, just before the first “Big one”, The Cyclecar Manual, the section on magneto’s is of course a homage to the work of Tesla, but the book as a whole does a better job of explaining the workings over every car parked outside on my street today than anything currently in print or available online, for free or paid.

To a book collector it is worthless, 2nd edition, well used dog eared and coming apart at the seams (again, now if you google that phrase it will talk about clothes, not aviation, where it originated) but show it to any kind of real engineer and they go all Gollum, my precious… sorry, it was my grandads, not for sale at any price.

Those of you reading this blog, because of the main subject, wimminz, are probably aware of the huge chasm between what wimminz are allegedly like, and what wimminz are really like, but if you imagine a Google Earth view showing that vast and apparently bottomless chasm, then just pull back and gain altitude, and you will find it is actually no more than a rather small crease in a blasted and torn surface that is everyday human ignorance of the science and technology and nature FACT about the world in which we live.

You simple cannot fix the small crease that is feminazism without first addressing and either filling or bridging many of the genuinely huge chasms surrounding us WRT human ignorance.

I once again quote the late Carl Sagan (<– keyword searches on this blog are always good)

We’ve arranged a soci­ety based on sci­ence and tech­no­logy, in which nobody under­stands any­thing about sci­ence and tech­no­logy.
And this com­bust­ible mix­ture of ignor­ance and power, sooner or later, is going to blow up in our faces.
I mean, who is run­ning the sci­ence and tech­no­logy in a demo­cracy if the people don’t know any­thing about it?

… and observe yet again that the vast and profound implications of this statement alone are impenetrable to those who know nothing of basic science and technology.

Where ignorance = lack of knowledge and stupidity = refusal to accept knowledge, 99.99% of you are either too ignorant or too stupid to grasp the profound implications of Sagan’s words, at least those of you who are merely ignorant can be cured, those of you who are stupid can never be cured, you’d rather watch crap like The Prestige and call it “entertainment”

If you think that those who are running the western world are merely ignorant and not stupid, then you are either ignorant or stupid about their true nature.

For all their supposed ills, China was basically run by engineers, but the up and coming set are economists, only an engineer could have come up with one child per family and forced sterilization of wimminz who refused to obey…. and I don’t say that in a negative way about engineers…

Engineers are always the refuge of last resort for everyone else, when the ship is sinking due to overpopulation, lack of maintenance and everyone being on the entertainments and wimminz rights committees, they turn to the engineers for answers, and for no reason other than the fact that turning to the engineers is always the last resort in extremis, the solutions the engineers come up with are always very very tough.

Engineers do not relish tasks like “How do we control population explosion?” or “How do we dispose of a million Jews without poisoning the land or causing a plague?” or “How do we dispose of 8 millions human’s worth of crap per day, assuming each human produces 1 oz of crap per 12 lb of body weight per day?”

Engineers would much rather be working on flying cars, fusion power plants, moonbases, maglev trains, beanstalks and the like… but that is all actively economically discouraged.

Bill Lear would have been fucked if he lived in my city in 2012 as a young man, my nearest non ferrous metals suppliers are 45 miles away for aluminium alloys and 75 miles for copper alloys, and this is a fucking city, regional capital and MAJOR science and tech university centre, can’t do experiments if you can’t get any raw hardware…. so no Motorola and no LearJet.

That’s one thing we do not chart and track and count, the number of engineers that we are NOT creating every year.

Back in the 1980’s you could have talked to a German “mechanic” and he would invariably have been absolutely fucking stunned that his allegedly equivalent English “mechanic” had never even seen a lathe, much less able to use a simple 3 jaw chuck lathe to dress up a shaft ready for re-assembly.

The English “mechanic” could open packets and replace entire assemblies or parts, no “fitting” skills of any kind whatsoever, and everyone sat around wondering why the Germans had such a good name in engineering….

If you reading this are less than 50 you probably won’t even know what the fuck I am talking about when I say “mechanic” and “fitter”, after all, everyone today is an engineer or technician of some sort, nail technician, hair technician, cosmetics engineer…..

Google won’t tell you… you’ll get links to things like the Cambridge online dictionary that says “someone whose job is to repair or put together equipment or machines”

which is a bit like saying a surgeon is someone whose job is to make sick people better… shit that sounds easy-peasy, *I* could do that, hear me roar…

As a wimminz said to me not 5 minutes ago;

Can you not talk to me like I’m stupid

My reply;

Sure, as soon as you stop being stupid

Nota Bene – see above, stupid, not ignorant.


  1. I have arranged shit in this society. THAT was done by, let´s call them people, with WAY more (stolen) resources at their disposal than I (and most others) can rationally understand.
    The quasi religion we call “science” these days is indeed on of the most important chasms in our societies.

    Trust in Sagan to “slightly” turn around the problem making the victims the perpetrators. Sorry, not so keen on him anymore after listening to this guy : http://www.jmccsci.com

    And yeah, Tesla is the true legend.
    So problematic that the so-called powers that be even started discrediting him with the (now) universally known caricature of the “mad-scientist”, once they stole everything of use from him(with patsies like Eddison & Westinghouse) and suppressed his actually (to them) dangerous revolutionary concepts.

    Heh, that was cold. Ignorance can be cured but “stupid is as stupid does”. LOL!

    Comment by hans — August 18, 2012 @ 6:12 pm

    • http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/aug/17/nikola-tesla-museum-campaign-online
      At least some good news.

      Comment by hans — August 18, 2012 @ 6:25 pm

    • Oh I didn’t like a lot of what Sagan said or stood for, but I am way too old to confuse the message with the messenger, for all I know Sagan was paraphrasing someone else, but I heard it first from him.

      Tesla as a mad scientist, yeah, mad as in pissed off at everyone trying to screw him 24/7

      Fiction always talks about going back in time and killing hitler, if I was allowed one journey back in time I’d go back and show old Nick my android smartphone and thinkpad, not because they are neat, but because of all the components that utilise harmonic synchronisation and oscillations, sure he’d get a kick out of it.

      Comment by wimminz — August 18, 2012 @ 6:42 pm

      • Engineering won’t get you the women.
        It won’t get you the social status.
        Nor will it get you the 40 hour work week (more like 100, lol).
        And it sure fucking won’t get you the money nowadays.

        But it’s goddamn worth it, because every time all the pieces come together, and the project WORKS, you’ve mastered another piece of reality, your knowledge and theories are proven correct.

        Comment by Digger Nick — August 19, 2012 @ 1:43 am

  2. The Oatmeal has a decent tribute to Tesla. http://theoatmeal.com/comics/tesla

    Comment by tweell — August 19, 2012 @ 5:18 am

  3. And this is why the global warming denialists are gaining such traction in societies where no-one actually does anything anymore. There’s no conception of why we should respect the word of a scientist over that of a lobbyist.

    Comment by Paul Murray — August 19, 2012 @ 5:38 am

    • Funny, I would have said that the problem was that climate alarmists stopped acting like scientists and became lobbyists instead.
      The conclusion became pre-ordained and anyone who disagreed was shut out.

      Your are aware that the actual observed warming trend between 1880 and 2000 (top of first observed PDO cycle to the last cycle top) was 0.7 degrees celcius +- 1.3 degrees? And you know how much reliance you should put on data when the error bars are greater than the observed change?

      Climate change was sold to the public as an extential threat on the basis that temperatures went up half a degree between 1980 and 2000, and if we assume this trend continues it could amount to 3 degrees by 2100, which is a disaster etc. Extrapolate a short term trend into a long term one.
      But temperatures rose just as sharply from 1860 to 1880, and from 1920 to 1940. James Hanson is on the record admitting such. And in each case temperatures leveled off for a decade and then went into a period of decline. It’s a 60 year cycle.

      Underlying the 60 year cycle there appears to be a warming trend of 0.5 degrees per century. Which is not the stuff off nightmares. And even that is not statistically signficant because the error bars are greater than the observed change,

      The only way to sell this to the public was to treat the most recent temperature spike as the start of a century long trend. Which worked fine in 2000 when the last 20 years were all trending up. Since then the PDO/AMDO cycle has rolled over into the down phase, and we can expect temperatures to trend lower until 2030 before turning up again.

      As it becomes harder and harder to market recent temperature changes as a sign of impending doom, I expect a last desperate attempt to shut down debate completely by making Climate Change Denial a thoughtcrime similar to holocaust denial.

      Comment by ThousandMileMargin — August 19, 2012 @ 6:35 am

      • Blah blah blah. Just about every working scientist on the planet studying climatology says X, but you totally know better. You know the US military is planning for an ice-free arctic sea? Buy farmland in Greenland, is what I am saying.

        Comment by Paul Murray — August 20, 2012 @ 7:34 am

        • Well at some point you simply have to take a gamble on which “conspiracy theory” you want to put your bet on.
          One thing is for sure, once Al Gore and Madonna tell you something it´s usually dead wrong.

          As for “every working scientist”, guess who they ALL work for? And guess what happened to the ones daring to dispute the “holy” man-made climate change models.
          Right, they got their gouvinmint grants canceled and learned the hard way how the scientific method works in the “brave new” 21st century.

          BTW, here´s another little clue: if CO2 is such a deadly climate change agent, why THE FUCK aren´t we PLANTING TREES ALL OVER the motherfucking planet?

          Comment by hans — August 22, 2012 @ 9:00 am

          • Firstly, we aren’t planting trees all over the planet precisely because of people like you. Secondly, deforestation is mainly occurring in the tropics – where poor brown people live – at the bands of corporations planting palm oil trees. Thirdly, carpeting the world with trees might not be enough to counter all the old trees (i.e.: coal) being dig up and burned for energy.

            Comment by Paul Murray — August 23, 2012 @ 4:16 am

          • @Paul M, yep, “tree haters” like me are definitely gona be the death of all of us.

            Again I got schooled on the old “you can lead a horse to water, but ..”.
            So I guess not much use to point out to you how minuscule CO2 impacts the climate compared to the “supreme climate killer” H2O in gaseous form (hint:stand outside on a cloudy day and try again on a sunny one (bonushint: try at night)).

            But go ahead, pay your taxes for breathing and any exothermic man-made reaction on the planet(aka. existing).
            I won´t stop ya mate. I´m sure it´ll save the world. /rolls eyes

            Comment by hans — August 23, 2012 @ 9:17 am

          • Amen, you only have to look at the “blue marble” pictures to see the relative albedo / reflectivity of cloud (H20) vs everything else, from memory CO2 effects are around 1% of H20 effects.

            Carbon is also as you saying basically “life” and “fire”, it is 100% of organic chemistry and 100% of life as we know it.

            Nobody who does not FULLY understand the FULL differences between “base load” and “peak load” in an electric grid should even be allowed to comment on so called alternative energy sources… hint, solar, wind, wave etc are all 100% incompatible and therefore LESS than useless for baseload… less than useless because for every gigawatt of wind or solar or wave power you provide, you have to provide a matching amount of baseload capacity to cover it

            baseload is today limited to coal / oil / gas fired stations (all carbon) big hydro (3 gorges anyones) or nuke

            also, radioactive shit is EITHER radioactive for a very very long time, OR it is very very radioactive, please see

            note eating one banana = living 50 miles from a nuke plant for one year, and two weeks in fukushima exclusion zone = two mammograms or two years dose from natural potassium in the human body.

            Comment by wimminz — August 23, 2012 @ 9:34 am

  4. This post made me think of many in the prepper community. I know preppers, or survivalists, get a bad reputation for being so called ‘crazy’ guys with guns that would shoot people on site – but if you look into the community with open eyes, they understand much of the fragility of the system and how there is a decline in the men, resources, and willpower to maintain it. They generally do not go into the detail as to why there is a decline, and to be quite frank I don’t think they really care. But it is a community that is growing, as more and more people are waking up to the fact that feminist social laws are crippling every western nations ability to go on.

    Furthermore I can see some online anonymous grumblings from the economic/financial minds who are also getting the faint scent on the nose, the one that tells them something isn’t right, that there is something coming and it is not the usual downturn or even usual collapse. A lot of the younger men are starting to understand that all the textbooks on economics and finance were written for the gold-backed currencies, not a fiat currency that isn’t worth the paper it is printed on.

    It makes me wonder if all of these men from different backgrounds, all sensing the incoming collapse, are going to figure out why it happened and tell the feminists to take a hike.

    Comment by TiredGuy — August 19, 2012 @ 10:54 am

  5. Women have caused a shift from productivity to sheer consumerism. They want security, but can’t get it without a man going out and creating something – a job, spaceship, better mousetrap – that can produce the income. Then all they want to do is to spend it, instead of building things up. Behind every successful man is a woman telling him it’ll never work.

    Comment by Pete — August 20, 2012 @ 3:01 am

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