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October 21, 2013

Flying pigs, part two

In part one I mentioned Calhoun’s mice metropolis experiments, and the point that I kinda thought “everyone knew about this“, until I realised the truth was nearer “nobody under 50 has heard about this“, due to a post on another blog that drew parallels to Calhoun’s “beautiful ones” and the phenomenon which is known in Japan as “grass eaters”

In the mice metropolis experiment, these mice *looked* bloody good physically, but far from preserving themselves in readiness to exploit the die off, they died off too… they couldn’t handle *any* change from the existence they had forged.

The, to me, most important points of Calhoun’s experiment will likely be missed by those it is new to.. so, let me summarise…

  1. Mice heaven was divided into 16 equal segments, and each segment could provide for all the needs of up to 200 mice… for a theoretical maximum of 3,200.
  2. The experiment started with 4 or 6 mice, I forget which now.
  3. Each segment was identical, even down to provision of water and food.
  4. Nevertheless, the peak population never got beyond 2,200
  5. There were ***NO*** survivors of the die off phase.
  6. The population clustered, it didn’t spread out equally across the 16 zones.

point #5 is the one, this wasn’t some theoretical computer based life simulation based on foxes and rabbits etc, and *nobody* in the experiment expected it to end in extinction.

Sadly in 2013 if google hasn’t indexed it, it doesn’t exist, so it is only in my memory, not a link you guys can follow,  that Calhoun said in an interview much later that it was almost like god / dna / darwin was watching, growth expanded to fill most of the space, eventually realised that this was a closed system with no way to breach the boundaries, and so the same grow and expand triggers that made the population squabble, ended up just turning off the lights and going to sleep and never waking again.

In effect, there were not enough possible moves or options left for the mice to evolve, it was a monoculture, and at some point some inbuilt trigger in dna flipped over to extinction.

Not all species that become extinct do so solely because they cannot eat and breed fast enough to overcome predation and environmental changes, many species that should have been able to carry on just quit.

Not enough moves left in the game.

Which makes an interesting thought experiment

If these grass eaters, or “men going ghost” / MGTOW, are a direct analogy to the beautiful mice, then they are not a sign that marxism / feminism has had its day, but that homo sapiens has had its day.

Time for the next evolutionary step.

Homo makemeasammichbitch

The bit everyone forgets from Idiocracy is the obvious fact that if Not Sure hadn’t stopped them from irrigating the crops with Brawndo, everyone would have been dead, pronto, even before the remaining functioning stuff fell into dust and killed them that way.

OK, Earth isn’t a closed system / monoculture, so species extinction, maybe not, species speciation, maybe so, maybe so with bells on.

Maybe we are in the middle of such a speciation right now.

Certainly, as far as I can tell, wimminz and niggerz aren’t actually human, it is far more useful to think of them as some sort of alien body snatcher copies, they just imitate rational thinking beings, rather than having any ability to indulge in individual rational thought themselves.

It is interesting that in sci-fi whenever there is a call for a creature that copies the host organism, said creature always takes on the appearance of a human female… the *only* exception I can think of is an early English sci-fi film in which the creatures took on the appearance of young pre pubescent boys… it ended with a famous scene of the guy imagining a brick wall to avoid thinking about the bomb in the suitcase that would wipe them out.

As we now know, there is at best a vague and passing *positive* link between brain size and complexity, and intellect.

In my travels and in my life I have met some very very important and wealthy and influential people, and with truly rare exceptions I have come away with a profound impression of disturbing levels of stupidity, just a sense of “them and us” that makes any imagined psychopathy in what I wrote above look like a candle next to a bonfire.

To sum up.

I have never taken up the mantle of myself as being a PUA or having mastered game, it just does not sit right with me.

Nor does the whole grass-eater / MGTOW thing

I would caution men who are dissatisfied with the legal and social systems in place today, that MGTOW may not be something to aspire to, it may be nothing more than dropping out and spending your remaining time ensuring that you make a handsome corpse, for about 3 hours until morbidity sets in.

Perhaps, instead, aspire to evolving yourself into a different creature altogether, a shape-shifter that can pretend it is human, but unlike the wimminz and niggerz, the camouflage is not to conceal the lack of a functioning brain, but the presence of a keenly analytical brain.


  1. Wikipedia surprises me here with a decent writeup: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_B._Calhoun

    Alas, I see my son becoming one of the ‘beautiful ones’. He’s big, strong and smart, but today’s feral females aren’t interested in a mildly autistic man with a speech impediment.

    Comment by tweell — October 22, 2013 @ 6:31 pm

  2. Interesting, as another one of the “beautiful ones” I have to admit to the eery similarities with Calhouns experiments.
    It is indeed just too easy to stop interacting with all these “background people” and numb yourself with the distraction of the day.

    And even when one can see the wizards behind the curtain quite clearly and more or less understand their obvious machinations, the allure to fuck it all is just too powerful to resist.
    Quite according to plan I´m sure, as these so-called “powers that be” know the human animal very well.
    Though their urge to pat each other on the back for their cleverness, especially when one of the mice like Calhoun seemingly proves their premise, does get a bit tiresome.

    Well, thankfully consciousness in hu-Man disguise may have one or the other trick left up his sleeve.

    Comment by hans — October 23, 2013 @ 12:24 am

  3. Here’s another link:

    “If these grass eaters, or “men going ghost” / MGTOW, are a direct analogy to the beautiful mice, then they are not a sign that marxism / feminism has had its day, but that homo sapiens has had its day.”

    That is the scariest thing I’ve read in a while. Another fellow, Bill Gaede, comes to that conclusion from a different line of thinking. I don’t believe it…that humanity’s time is done…but there is something in your idea of separation.

    Some people keep their brains on, and become monsters, especially the elected ones, others lose themselves in following monsters, and others jus destroy themselves with excess of every kin. The challenge is to erect barriers, filters around oneself, and to keep growing.

    Comment by Marlon — October 23, 2013 @ 5:55 am

  4. Great write-up.

    At first glance, I don’t think the ghost concept is appeals anyone, even the most hard-line MGTOW, as it involves overriding one of the most powerful, stubbornly insistent, human instincts.

    But is abstaining really such a bad thing, especially in the face of an increasingly hostile reproductive environment?

    Whatever he decides, within a few generations a man’s deeds and accomplishments will most likely be forgotten (save a few bit-rotted archival footnotes) and his genetic legacy will consist of, perhaps, a smattering of unique kbp rapidly attenuating to exonic background noise.

    That’s it: scant reward for his reproductive efforts, all the Sisyphean suffering and sacrifice, the state-mandated slavery, the ultimate indignity and pain of having his children casually, cavalierly ripped from him.

    Is it really worth enduring that brand– your brand– of chronic misery and pain? To what end?

    Wouldn’t you be happier having forgone knocking up your psycho skank ex ho? I bet I’d be.

    Comment by Poolside — October 23, 2013 @ 9:53 am

    • Make that: “I don’t think the ghost concept appeals to anyone…”

      Comment by Poolside — October 23, 2013 @ 9:55 am

  5. Wikipedia says “when all available space is taken and all social roles filled, competition and the stresses experienced by the individuals will result in a total breakdown …”

    Hmmm… take a look at Gaza, one of the most densely populated territories on Earth. They are totally locked in, blockaded on all sides, but although about half of them are “food insecure” no-one seems to be starving. Here’s some photos of the poorest:


    That photo – number 5 – shows “Salih Alwadiya, 61, center left, posing with some of his grandchildren in the yard of their family house in Gaza City, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. Alwadiya has three wives, 14 sons and 6 daughters. Most of the boys, married with children, are among the 38 people living in bad conditions in small rooms in the makeshift house.”

    People aren’t mice.

    Comment by Ted — October 23, 2013 @ 1:10 pm

    • Ted, are those people typical Gaza inhabitants?
      Or are they doing better than most? Can all Gazans manage such close proximity?
      People aren’t mice but they do have limits.

      Comment by Marlon — October 24, 2013 @ 4:51 am

  6. unless you can securely raise your own kids, trolling for skanks on POF seems only a marginal improvement over mgtow. Unless one is ghetto and not financially responsible for a wimminz and her kids. The fire and forget model.

    Comment by Joe — October 24, 2013 @ 8:28 pm

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