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If You Call The Alt-Right “Nazi White Supremacists,” You’re Wrong

By James Allsup

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Thanks to President-elect Donald 
Trump’s appointment of Steve Bannon and the actions of some attendees at the National Policy Institute (NPI) annual conference, media scrutiny of the alt-right is at an all time high. Within the veritable tornado of stories “exposing” the alt-right coming out seemingly on a daily basis, three phrases are re-occurring: “white nationalism,” “white supremacy,” and “race realism.”

Many journalists, pundits, and misinformed social media users are treating these three very different concepts as if they are one and the same. Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor, and every writer or personality considered to be “alt-right” is being labeled automatically by the media as a racist, Nazi, white nationalist, white supremacist, and race realist.

This is irresponsible reporting at best, and purposeful obfuscation at worst.

Race realism, white nationalism, and white supremacy are separate concepts – much to the chagrin and confusion of the mainstream media. To understand the alt-right, it is necessary to understand each of these distinct concepts.

What is race realism?

There is quite a bit of intellectual diversity within the alt-right. One area where most alt-right leaders agree is the idea of race realism – in other words, accepting the thoroughly researched scientific fact that there are biological differences among the races, and these biological differences are capable of shaping behavior in society. Race realism does not have a political goal, like white nationalism does, it is merely a way to look at scientific fact.

Dr. Jean-Philippe Rushton, co-author of the most-cited study on race and IQ.  If You Call the Alt-Right "Nazi White Supremacists," You're Wrong 1297321505358 ORIGINAL

Race realists would acknowledge and accept the connection between race and intelligence, with many citing Dr. Philippe Rushton’s seminal work on the topic, “Thirty Years of Research on Race Differences in Cognitive Ability,” published in 2005.

Rushton and his partner, Dr. Arthur Jensen, come to the following conclusion: “…the average IQ for African Americans was lower than those for Latino, White, Asian, and Jewish Americans (85, 89, 103, 106, and 113, respectively).”

Acknowledgment of a correlation between race and IQ is not the only tenet to race realism. Race realists generally accept that thousands of years of evolution have led to genetic biodiversity in the human species, just like in every other species, and that this biodivesity can be observed through mental as well as physical metrics. For example, race realists acknowledge that black people tend to bemuch better at sports than other races due to certain evolutionary and biological advantages.

Race realism is clearly not white supremacy or Nazism. The most commonly cited survey on race and IQ demonstrates that the average Asian American and Jewish American both have higher IQs than the average white American. Why would a white supremacist advocate for an understanding of science that directly contradicts the idea of “white supremacy”?

The most notable race realist is Jared Taylor, founder of American Renaissance and author of several books.

Political motivations

Race realism is not, in itself, a political goal. On the other hand, white nationalismis.

White nationalists generally advocate for the creation of a white ethnostate, although there is disagreement about how that goal should be accomplished. One of the leading white nationalist organizations is Richard Spencer’s NPI.

Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute (NPI).  If You Call the Alt-Right "Nazi White Supremacists," You're Wrong download 1

In a 2013 speech to an NPI national gathering, attorney Samuel Dicksonargued that the creation of a “White Ethno-State on the North American continent, a project analogous to the creation of Israel in the first half of the 20th century” would be an optimal solution.

Spencer is the prototypical white nationalist: he advocates for a white homeland, subscribes the race realist ideology, and yet is able to avoid the intellectually lazy “white power” trappings of many white supremacists. Even the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Extremist Info” file is unable to provide any explicit examples of Spencer advocating white supremacy.

The white supremacists

Whereas race realism is a method of analyzing scientific data, and white nationalism is a political objective, white supremacy is neither.

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The mainstream media has seized on “white supremacy” to be the brush with which the rest of the alt-right must be painted, even going to far as to publish ridiculous pieces claiming that “‘Alt-Right’ Is Not a Thing. It’s White Supremacy.”

White supremacists believe, often without citing data or factual evidence, that white people are “just better.”

This ideology often contradicts the evidence cited by race realists. Belief in absolute white supremacy, that white people are just better at everything by virtue of being white, necessitates the denial of a litany of research on IQ and evolutionary biology.

There are very few white supremacists within the alt-right itself. White supremacy as an ideology has largely disappeared from the United States, and is mostly being kept in the news by the media itself and the largely irrelevant Ku Klux Klan, which had a membership ofbetween 1.4 and 4 million members at one point, but is now down to only 5,000 to 8,000 members.

Covering the alt-right fairly

The media has demonstrated an unwillingness to cover the alt-right fairly. As much as one may disagree with some alt-right figures, that is not a license to lie about or misrepresent their individual political goals.

There are some figures on the alt-right, such as Richard Spencer, who has declared a white ethnostate to be his very clear and well-defined political goal.

And yet there are many others on the alt-right who have no clue about NPI and no idea who Spencer is. Many young people, especially young men, have flocked to the alt-right because of its universal rejection of feminism and PC culture and strong embrace of masculinity and tradition.

White men in this country are tired of being blamed for every failure and hardship experienced by women and minorities. Does this make them alt-right? Not necessarily, but possibly. Does it make them a white supremacist or a white nationalist? Certainly not.

Understanding and acknowledging the differences between race realism, white nationalism, and white supremacy is essential to understanding or fairly covering the alt-right, and unless the media does so, they will continue to set their credibility ablaze.


Acid washed food grade diatomaceous earth

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*I took some of this and got pretty serious aluminum toxicity which I immediatly countered with potassium citrate which worked well.  I don't think I washed the DE enough and there was still aluminum phosphate left.  Be careful.*

Disclosed herein is a method for removing aluminum from food grade diatomaceous earth.  Roughly 150g food grade diatomaceous earth is added to a glass container.  Distilled Water is added to create a liquid slurry. 60 mL food grade phosphoric acid is added and mixed and let sit at room temperature or elevated temperature until small bubble evolution stops.  Phosphoric acid can dissolve aluminum.

The reason to do this is when taking large amounts of food grade DE internally excess stomach acid can dissolve out aluminum causing brain fog and from long term aluminum exposure possibly Alzheimer's or dementia.  To acid wash the DE ahead of time this can be avoided.

Once the acid washing is complete the solution should be neutralized and/or washed with multiple separations (filtration or gravity separation) in order to remove or neutralize the phosphoric acid.

Bone loss caused by haemophilis influenzae bacteria

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Haemophilus bacteria can and does cause bone loss as it can infect bones.  The best herbal remedy for this is cinnamon essential oil.  Around a very old scar on my knee my knee cap seems to be eroding compared to my other knee cap.  I have been putting cinnamon essential oil on it in order to attempt to stop the loss and help the body rebuild.

In another use for that oil is against p acnes bacteria which can be responsible for diffuse hair thinning and prostrate issues.

Method for solving the "travelling salesman problem" using a vector andoptimization based mathematical algorithm

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The method proposed herein - to solve or at least facilitate approximation for the traveling salesman problem - uses vector mathematics, regressions,  and optimizations.  Large amounts of testing would be required to determine whether it really is a foolproof solution in all cases but it is hypothesized that it will at least give us a new method for approximating a solution in any given plot of points.  I will now lay out a proposed algorithm then discuss the method.
Step 1:
Plot all points.  (in positive space for simplicity) And find the centroid location.
Step 2:
At each individual point on the plot; calculate a best fit regression line that goes exactly through the given point and is (besides that restriction) a best fit approximation for the entire data set.
Step 3:
For each of the regression lines above (one for each point) calculate the R squared (coefficient of determination) of each line.
Step 4:
Create a vector field so there is a vector situated at the coordinates of each point in the plot that we started with.  The direction of the vector should be in the direction of that point's respective regression line and shall be oriented in the direction closest to pointing to the centroid.  The magnitude of the vector should be the R squared (or similar method) of that point's regression line multiplied by the RMS distance of that point to the centroid.

Now comes connecting the points:
Step 5:
Start at the point of the largest magnitude vector for simplicity.
Step 6:
In determining which point to travel to next; determine every other points vector sum with the current point.  Also determine the distance between every other point and the current point.  Maximize the value of the magnitude of the vector sum between the current point with each other point divided by the distance between the points.  Depending on what units are used and whether or not they are scaled between 0 and 1, a coefficient may be used to balance the equation.

So what we are doing here is an attempt to assign each point in the plot a value.  The desire is that this value would give a sort of "connect the dots" effect where you connect one point to the next based on the order of these values.  For example lets say we have 5 points and following an equaiton or algorithm we can assign each point a ranking between 1 and 5.  Lets say we start at point 1 and just draw a line to point 2, then continue that line to point 3 and on to point 4 then point 5.  If we could achieve a system of ranking the points in some way like this then finding the least possible distance to travel through all points with straight lines would be as simple as connecting the dots.  In trying to determine how to rank the points I thought of some factors that would go into whether a path is optimized. 
Here is a list of some factors:
1. distance between current point and proposed next point
2. how good a points given regression line is an approximation of the data
3. the "outlier-ness" of each point

It seemed to me that the most obvious factor of course was the distance the next point is from the current point.  Obviously you would want to travel to closer points preferably to travelling across the entire plot multiple times.
The other being how far the proposed next point is from the best fit line for the data. If we choose to start with the most outlier point possible then the direction we will want to head towards is towards the rest of the data.
And the last factor I figured was that one should try to go towards the outliers.  For example if our points are in a circle we want to go along the outer most edge of the circle, not cutting across it and having to go back.

So to fulfill these factors I stared thinking of how we could possibly rank points based on these factors.  Vectors are great ways to assign a type of value to a point that contains a lot of information.  The magnitude of a vector could designate the standard deviation (R squared) of the best fit line that goes through it.  This means that points whos best fit line that are a good approximation of the plot have a larger magnitude.  This can help us determine how many options we have when leaving that point.   We want to travel somewhat towards the rest of the points so having a point with a good regression R squared value means we are going in a good direction.  We can determine if the next point we pick puts us on that trajectory if the vector addition of the current point with the proposed next point is a large number.  The bigger it is the closer we are to that ideal direction towards the rest of the points.  In order to take into account the need to "stick to the edges" so we don't miss the outside points is taken into account by the rms value of the point to the centroid of the plot.  The larger this number the better, the more of an outlier our point is.  We want to prioritize these outlier points so we don't miss them and have to come all the way back to them.  Of course when we pass through a point on our journey, that point is now no longer in the pool of possible canidates for future points.
In conclusion we created a method to assign a independent objective value to each point in a 2D plot of point locations.  Using these objective values we can "connect the dots" and trace out a hopefully optimized "shortest path" through every point by simply following the locations of the optimized outputs from each point along the journey.  This is accomplished by assigning a vector to each point by using 3 factors; 1. The direction of the regression line originating at every given point and approximating the best fit through the rest of the data. 2. The magnitude of the R squared value of that regression line, 3. The magnitude of the RMS value of each point from the centroid.  Next we devised a method to traverse these values using the distance from the current point to the proposed next point and using vector addition to find the best candidate for the next point on the journey.

Here is an example plot of 6 points:


Optimized method of producing tetracalcium phosphate

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Basically mix roughly 23.9% CaOH as tricalcium phosphate for example 24g CaOH and 100g TCP.  Add minimal water and mix well forming a stiff paste.  Roll into small balls and bake until dry.  This should produce very hard balls. Now flame these with a high temperature torch preferably HHO for its renewability or any torch that can achieve temperature to melt the balls including  oxyacetylene.  As the mixture melts it converts into tetracalcium phosphate.

Pro recipie:

52.7 caoh
221 tricalcium phosphate
3/4 cup distilled water for powder press, +1/4 tsp for hand forming

Roll out on baking sheet with rolling pin to around 1/4" thick and cut shapes with cookie cutters and melt with HHO torch.  Use argon gas to prevent oxidation/nitridation.

Tetracalcium phosphate peroxide production and uses open sourceinvention

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Tetracalcium phosphate peroxide is first described here including how it can be made and used.  Peroxides are known to improve mineralization and strength of cements in some cases.  Therefore a peroxidized tetracalcium phosphate can improve hydroxyapatite both in mineralization properties and cement forming properties.  Uses could include bone mineralization, teeth mineralization, general teeth/dental and/or bone care.  It could also include producing artificial teeth and/or bones or "fillings" or other improvements for such.  It can also be used as a electrode or electrolyte in a cell and/or battery.  It can also can be used as a non newtonian fluid similarly to magnesium peroxide.  If desire it can be used with any acidic phosphate including dicalcium phosphate or even a peroxidized phosphate.

Production can be simple.  This is one method of production as an example.  Grind the Tetracalcium phosphate to a fine powder.  Add 35% or higher hydrogen peroxide.  Keep temperature around 60c or lower.  Over time the tetracalcium phosphate is converted to tetracalcium phosphate peroxide.  This mixture can be dried and reground to provide tetracalcium phosphate peroxide powder.

Making ttcp pro recipie:

52.7 caoh
221 tricalcium phosphate
3/4 cup distilled water for powder press, +1/4 tsp for hand forming

Roll out on baking sheet with rolling pin to around 1/4" thick and cut shapes with cookie cutters and melt with HHO torch.  Use argon gas to prevent oxidation/nitridation.

Mineralizing dentifrice (toothpaste, tooth powder) open source patent

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I have been producing TEEF powder for years now and within the last 6 months or so I feel I have settled on the best remineralizing ingredient possible; Tetracalcium phosphate peroxide.  I want to put in writing this invention. (edit 7/13/2019: also tetracalcium phospho-silicate and it's peroxide)

This invention is of a mineralizing dentifrice (could be any form from a powder to a paste to a gel, whatever) that includes tetra calcium phosphate.  More preferably tetra-calcium phosphate peroxide.  Most preferably including also dicalcium phosphate.  Extra preferably including antimicrobial ingredients.  Ultra preferably including naturally occurring anti-microbials.

Tetracalcium phosphate plus dicalcium phosphate produces hydroxyapatite ie; tooth enamel.  However it is also known that tetracalcium phosphate on its own can be remineralizing.  We also know that peroxides help the remineralization process.  Antimicrobials very much help with the natural remineralization process by preventing demineralization processes.  Also the alkalinity of tetracalcium phosphate supports remineralization but not too alkaline like something like calcium hydroxide.

Magnesium oxide/peroxide copper battery

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see periodicenergy.com


Database driven operating system open source patent

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First it was text.  Then it was windows.  Now it is database.

In a windows type operating system the location determines the content.  You can have files of the same name but in different location and they are considered different files.  The location you put it in the file system is the biggest determinant of the file's identity.  Programs associate that location with the file's identity, and to move the file may very well mean breaking the program.

Imagine a world where files are location-less.  Where there is infinite possibility to organize and reorganize files on a whim.  Folderless.  Not that any of these things are required, but that they are possible.  You can still have folders if you like but they will not be needed in a database driven operating system.  Folders could be just for show, a display method nothing more.  All files can interact with each other as if their world is flat.  The categories and classification and organization would be only a visual que.  Completely fluid and ethereal.

The user interaction with files would be dynamic rather than static.  Group files on the fly based on any property of the file such as file type, name, size, author, content, anything at all. And change the grouping on a whim.


5 chronic bacterial infections that cause persistent Insomnia

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1. Streptococcus.  Most common cause of insomnia.  Supercharged by mercury.  Kill with adaptogens.

2. Campylobacter.  Very common cause, also causes restless legs, brain zaps, and pins and needles.  Kill with ginger.

3. Proteus.  Common cause, also causes restless legs working together with campylobacter.  Causes low back pain.  Kill with 5 drops eucalyptus essential oil internally.

4. Pseudomonas.  Common cause. May cause crawling or itchy sensations all over the body.  May also cause nausea.  Kill with food grade diatomaceous earth and also take activated charcoal to prevent detox reaction.

5. Tuberculosis.  Kill with garlic and vitamin c.