Afterthoughts 2019.05

The long tail of the law
To my way of seeing things, well over 80% of the communication in most civil trials is in the long tail, adding only the slightest amount of legal accuracy.

Total inclusion before accuracy
To my mind, the legal system must provide total inclusion before it starts to think about accuracy.

Ishtarian safety memes
I bet Ishtar has evolved lots of safety memes. It seems easy to speculate that there are legends of how the one who ends it will sacrifice himself to end it. If so, don’t fall for it. It is just the devil lying again.

What I decree
1) That you release my message.
2) That you all help its spread.
3) That the Mideast’s people be the first to begin mustering up.
4) That all Ishtarian leaders and celebrities call for mustering
5) My message is not intended to be imposed.
6) The only thing that is needed is mustering.
7) Some films, like a mustering film would be helpful, but are not necessary.
8) That you send me a report about what is going on.

Standardized statistics
Statistical reporting should be standardized by the Senate when it is required of either the private sector and government. Also, the Senate may elect to stigmatize those who advertize, promulgate, or use statistical informatoin that the Senate finds to be deceptive, this especially when this appears to be for profit.

Discounted property tax for liquidity
This is not needed in our new townships, but perhaps we could discount property taxes in existing cities for properties offered for sale. If the property is offered at less than say 115% of the county’s appraised value, the high property taxes are abated by some percentage. And if the property is offered at less than say 125% of appraised value, the high property taxes are abated by another lower percentage. This way developers seeking scale in their infill projects have better access to property so they can scale their projects. This way new construction can be delivered to the market at a lower cost, thus increasing property affordability and the dynamism in our cities… also lowering the urban overhead cost of our nation.

Infectious diseases
Instead of making sick people get out of bed and go through our cities and transit to our clinics, we should probably have diagnostic triage nurses that make paid house calls for the following:
1) Cold, flue, chest and nasal diseases.
2) Gut, diarrhea and vomiting diseases.

The limits of debt
In my new economy, domestic debt will be able to go much higher. However, international debt will be almost non-existant except for nations receiving international aid.

Tsunami erosion topography
Look at the ends of the ridges on this relief illustration of Oahu island in Hawaii. Look at how they end in a plane. I think everyone will soon realize that people should not be living below this elevation.

Hawaii and tsunamis
These islands have some unique features
1) They are in the middle of the ocean and far away from where earthquakes occur, so in general people will have hours to run for the hills.
2) Once they run for the hills, they can survive without shelter due to the climate.
3) The boats must all leave and go to sea on the opposite side of the Island and turn 45° to the wave.

Puuwai not molokai
This island would be better for witness protection than Molokai.

The big island visa free for more countries
Thus more people on transit will stop for a while.

Tsunami zones are wastelands
Wasteland is land that for one reason or another can’t be used for productive things like farming or grazing. It is alligator infested, it is salty, and it is vulnerable to tsunamis. We really need to get it through our heads that tsunami zones are wastelands, even if they are called New York or Beijing.

Are warehouses ok?
Look, we have these “river beds” that get flooded every 350-years on average. What sorts of uses should we allow there. Certainly toxic garbage should not be here. What about distribution centers?

Tsunamis and nuclear meltdowns
Tsunamis are the most likely scenario I can imagine where the world has a major containment breach. I mean, just look at Fukashima.

San Onofre
It is cut down into a cliff that was formed by tsunami erosion. How stupid can we be. Here we see the devil’s choice for a nuclear reactor design.

Reactors that must be decomissioned
All of the ones that are on the pacific plate, and all the ones below the clamshell line. First priority goes to the reactors that are both. And I want to be explicit here, all the nuclear powered vessels should stay away from the pacific plate. What a catastrophe this would be.

Police drones
Why don’t the police keep 120kph drone stations every say 1000m on center? This way police can dispatch drones to establish an eyes in the sky picture of a situation in less than a minute when someone hits their personal alarm, thus sending their location and opening their phone as a microphone. Or better yet, maybe a phone app has this always listening and remotely backing up mode. and when you say your password text string, that is the same as hitting the alarm button. So any walking outside can have a police drone within a minute. And maybe there are just a few police monitoring techs (not armed officers doing dangerous work) monitor the cams for many townships. I think this is much better and cheaper than either having cameras everywhere or having police helecopters (And why do police helecopters even still exist?) Drones like helecopters make escape nearly impossible. Also, the police can also enforce no drone zones with them.

Silent alarms and police drones
When an alarm goes off, it is a lower priority and it must pay 8-hour’s pay each time its alarm goes off, causing a drone response to be made.

Mandatory windows tubing
This is when all windows on all structures have to be recessed on all sides by some distance. This is so the glass is not such a conspicuous part of the view for those people who face it.

Trellised buildings
At times, leaving La Jolla, I would drive down Torrey Pines road, and look at La Jolla shores heights. I wonder what the view would be like if all the viewable walls had to be covered in trellises and vines and all the windows were recessed by at least say 2-meters. Where we have buildings on one slope looking at buildings on another slope, this might be a good idea. It will help hide buildings from the view and keep the place feeling more like a natural space than a city. And if 2/3 of the people in some canyon or valley want to require that everyone take some minor aesthetic car such as this, the county Senate should probably them.

How to keep your powerful government from going to the dark side
1) Make sure your democracy stays incorruptible.
2) Make sure Ishtar stays dead.

Islamic extremists will stand out more now

Smart bike lock up
The bike area is fenced and you need to show your id to make the double door system work. Your ID must match the RFID on your bike to get out. There are video cameras to watch for parts thieves. No working on any bikes inside the lock up. This is so much better than locks. Thus we imagine a bike lockup say next to the buggy livery,

Standard bike sizes
They are in 5cm increments from 6-year old height until giants that are 205cm tall. Stop using the frame size. This is to facilitate bike sharing.

Swallowing spasms
I bet at least 10% have magnesium deficiency. That should be the first treatment, a self treatment.

A parabolic graph’s ATARI = the part that is near the inflection point, and not near the tails. It is sort of a relative and vague term. The terms X-tail and Y-tail are ob•via•mente = obvious in mental.

The cost of missing the equilibrium point
When modeling this, we should not forget to include the economy wide costs. These costs can be huge, especially with well connected commodities like petroleum.

Reunite the harem spawn
After the genetic testing the various senates around the world should notify all the genetic family they discover.

Master nurse practitioners
What if we had ten levels of specialized nurses with the 10th level being the equal of a doctor. Then we might have 6-CARDIO NURSE, and 3-TRAUMA NURSE, and 8-KID NURSE. Also, here is another place where people can take the government test each year and if they score higher, they get a raise in their credentials and pay.

Tag all hospital people
What if the hospital people wore their numbers and job, such as CARDIO MD, and 7-TRAUMA NURSE.

JA = a name for the incipient group or god’s mind.

The rate of the group minjd
This is the speed that the group mind either adopts or kills ideas. We should all try to make this faster.

Controlling tick and flea disease
Maybe our towns should put chrysanthemum extract in the animal watering places and manmade troughs around them. Also, maybe deer corn and dog food should all be sold with chrysanthemum extract in it.

Rabies is probably a counter-attenuated predator disease
The way rabid dogs behave, the disease seems like it would tend to kill whole wolf packs within a couple months. So dogs are not the true host. The true host of rabies is probably either a prey animal, or another predator that is a competitor of canines in some eco-system(s) somewhere on earth. And this true host animal is probably frequently immune to rabies. Also, we might expect this animal to bite the dogs back, like maybe a badger would for example. It also might be a disease of animals that get nipped and get away. Generally, if they don’t die of their injuries or an infection, the virus spreads throughout the creature, making them crazy at first, so their infected body will get bitten, but will tend to get away and then hopefully eaten by a number of other animals. Also, I wonder if the oral rabies comes from the licking of wounds, where the virus is known to multiply.

Why canines have such long tongues
It is to lick the prey blood off, so they don’t become caked in blood.

Rabies, Ebola, and plague may have ended prey stealing
I bet lots of other species have made forays into prey stealing before us. Rabies is this totally deadly counter attenuated predator disease that the new prey thieves also caught. I bet rabies and ebola and HIV were terribly deadly until we started cooking our meat.

The chimp oo-oo-ah-ah sound
The low pitched sound freaks out animals instinctually afraid of low pitched sounds like big animals make. The Chimps then screach ever higher “aping” and amplifying the modulation of sound in an animal that was yelling while starting to run towards you. Then they start over again. And that sound is mostly bluff, the bluff sound of the apes that went on to become the world’s greatest prey theives.

Luxury seafood
Everyone knows that the better sort of ocean fish is a luxury item. And we should charge luxury taxes on all luxuries, right? So all nations have a responsibility to recover this money and never to leaver it for the Mafia or any economic parasites to pick up. So expensive seafood pays luxury tax, and is now much less profitable worldwide.

https://www.autotrader.com/car-news/buying-car-how-much-do-dealers-mark-car-over-invoi-228247

New car dealers get 5%-10% for nothing
If there were no car dealers, this markup would not exist.
1) Why can’t cars be 100% “dealer-prepped” prior to leaving the factory?
2) With repairs, why do we need the overpriced, overly spread out, leave your car all day dealers? Why not have factory authorized mechanics?
3) With the test drive, why not do this via the ride share or self driving car systems.
4) With regard to the salesmen, we are better off without them.
5) With regard to the transfer, this should be done by the factory and county.
6) What function do new car dealers serve except to suck-up, annoy, and of course extract money?

Say this about my main democracy graphic
This graph forces us to completely rethink democracy.”

People should sit backwards in self driving cars
Self driving cars should be rear facing and use video or mirrors for driver override controls if that exists.

The recorder and business processes
People are not going to be billing and sending notices through the mail. They will do these things and more electronically via the recorder.

The world is for people,
not companies,
not churches,
not schools,
not governments,
not animals,
not the enviornment
The world is for people.

Sp. VARA = a pole, but a branched one perhaps because of the way a javelin was branched or barbed. Also in Texas a vara was a unit of measure equal to 33.33-inches.

Women’s healthcare
1) STD treatment is covered because all easily treatable infectious diseases are tier-1 healthcare.
2) Childbirth is covered when it is conforming.
3) Regular check ups and polyp removing are covered as this is cheaper than dealing with cancer.
4) Birth control is paid because it is cheaper.
5) Everything else is according to the overall healthcare allocation system matrix. Accordingly the big bang treatments for young people are all free, while the small bang treatments for very old people are heavily taxed.

Senators bringing-in new ideas
I imagine every teneth there will be hundreds of government innovations worldwide and much copying in a sort of adaptive ecosystem that should definitely not be centralized. So most of the adoption will be at the county level, and we imagine a few thousand counties worldwide trying all sorts of things at once. This will be done by Senators who make their way in the Senate by “bringing-in” some technology or infrastructure from elsewhere.

UM Constitution
A statute of limitations on reparations

Except for acts of terrorism, no reparations trial shall be commenced between the member nations or their peoples more than 5-years after an event, or more than two years after an event’s discovery. The statute of limitations for terrorism reparations shall 15-years after an event and 6-years after discovery. Also, normal reparations shall be paid based on the low end of the cost estimate range, while terrorism-related reparations shall be paid on the high end of cost estimate range.

Rental deposits
If you take someone’s property away from them in a reapportionment, then they don’t have to pay you back your tenant’s deposit or any other payments.

Sexual assault statute of limitation
With the shorter statues of limitations I propose for sexual assault, the victim must file a report even if they do not know how to identify the accused.

Violence and politics
Question: Are the anti-fascists so much better than the white supremacists that they have the right to be violent?
Answer: Whatever moral high ground they have goes out the window the minute the anti-fascists use violence against peaceful protesters. In free society, people have broad rights to peacefully protest or campaign for even offensive

Bigot = big•ot = big•ear, a word that suggests an actual rumor mill behind all the big•ears.

Syn-opsis
An opsis is the ancient Greek word for a theater presentation. So a syn-opsis looks like it means “with-presentation”, or “with carful scripting”. This word suggests that Greek theater had a documentary aspect to it at one point.

The trains come apart on hills
On the flats, we will have these super fast trains, but the idea of tearing down mountain grades at even 300kph seems a bit too fast. So aerodynamics is notso much of a consideration on mountains. But bridge loads are a big consideration. So our trains come apart in the mountains and our bridge loads can be 63-times less. I say 63-time because the Golden Gate bridge has a center span that is 4,200’. If the average railcar is 67-feet long, that means the Golden Gate bridge (if it had rails) would have to bear 63 trains. So here we see that the load of a giant bridge would be cut by 63 fold by sending one railcar at a time on the track. And while one (or two) cars at a time is no way to connect an urbanization the size of the San Francisco bay area, it is a perfectly fine way to connect a township or group of townships in an otherwise inaccessible high area that would go unused if not for the single, or dual two way single car bridges.

Viaduct as suspension bridge ballast
Our standard viaduct is designed to provide weight and remain rigid when a super-high-speed train is panic stopping. Thus we imagine that the ramps leading up to the suspension part will hold the suspension part in tension if there is no formation rock to drill into.

The air is cleaner up high
At lower elevations, the air tends to have much more dust, and water vapor, both of which can carry disease, carcinogens, and allergens. The sun might be a little stronger 1,000 ft. up, but that is about the only health disadvantage of living in the hills.

The god virus
Isn’t it odd that the thing that releases mankind back into the evolutionary wormhole’s gravity well should be a complete reprogramming, such as a virus does? And isn’t it odd that this reprogramming spreads like a virus?

Senate competency exams and interviews
This is not for the college grads that are going to stay back home and try to get elected, it is for the ones that go to the poorest parts of the world to help organize and lead them.

The part between 3:00 and 3:20 is interesting

The motherhood time obligation
I see it as full time for the first year or two, Then the time obligation diminishes rapidly due to public school.

Martin Luther King Jr.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.”

Weapons in the media
I think the media is the number one source of gun violence in the world. I think it is having firearms or blasters, or even knives in the media. To me, this is just about straight back to chimps

Waste food
I think this recycling of uneaten and unused food is more important than recycling plastic. I don’t know if I support either really. But maybe we will have giant 2-meter plastic blow bottles with narrow necks that will sit open in a refrigerator until the the thing is picked up and swapped out for a new bottle on a train. Then the food is used to feed chickens or hogs.

Late term abortions
About 1.3% of abortions happen after week 21 of 40.
What about severe abnormalities like Zika and downs? What if that is only discivered in week 25?

More black babies aborted than born
In New York City in 2015, more black babies were aborted than were born. This obviously does not speak of intent and cruelty, but of poor planning and intoxicants. But are these abortions mostly among the women with a job in the family, or the women without?

Free reproductive medicine
Do we really want to make it harder and more expensive for the poor to abort their unwanted pregnancies? You know, I think free sterilizations, free birth control and free abortions are head and shoulders, THE single most beneficial and cost-effective thing a government can give to the poor.

1) Looking at the statistics on black famlies, we imagine that this man has many poor single mother households in his consitutency. We imagine that many of these women went from single to single mothers due to the difficulty of getting an abortion.
2) This constituency’s representative is asking for more liberal abortion laws. Also, certainly they would probably like to have free reproductive services if they could get them.
3) I think free sterilizations, free birth control and free abortions are head and shoulders, THE single most beneficial and cost-effective thing a government can give to the poor.
4) The smart upward-bound underclass may be bettering themselves like never before. But the real never-ending aspect of the inequality problem is the other part of the underclass that is going nowhere. And impeding abortion only makes their numbers larger.
5) Look at the way everyone is ignoring him. I can identify with that.
6) We will have a great many Senators like this man in our new democracy. And no longer will thes parts of our society be dis-enfranchised from the system.

Did you know?
More people die from tornados
than mass shootings in the US.

2019.05.22

Frankfurt to Beijing is around 10,000km
At 400kph, it is a 25 hour trip. It breaks nicely in Kazakhstan. People will board the train at maybe 7pm and it will arrive at 8-am. They will check their bags and walk around the city. Then they board the train that night again and arrive in their European city at 8am. And if you are leaving from Spain, the trip might start at 3pm. And if you are going to say Chengdu, you might arrive maybe at 11am.

The Georgian aqueduct
We will build a great aqueduct and pipe to carry the wasted waters of the great Volga to Turkey, Iran and all parts in between.

Gruzia not Georgia
In English the nation will be written as Gruzia to distinguish it from the US state of Georgia.

The Gruzian isthmus
This is the territory between Ukraine, Kazakhstan, the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. It is Gruzia the country, the Gruzian isthmus, and Georgia the US state with 3x the population.

The plane of Azerbaijan
There shall be a great interchange city here. All nations may have access to send its trade via rail, and no nation or its people may impede or tax the UM’s rail system in any way.

Another freight route through Turkey
If only to reduce the potential for warring in the lands around the Caspian sea, there should be another main freight route thought Turkey. The interchange will go on the real golden horn of Terra•key, the former parts of Turkey west of the Bosporus. From here the line will split in three ways, one north towards the main east west lines, one near Belgrade, and one towards Thessaloniki. As for the land on the east/south side of the Bros•porous, from Istanbul, the train goes toward Eskisehir, then Adana, Gaziantep, Erbil to Hamedan if the trade is with the east. If the trade is with Africa, it heads south after Gaziantep.

Vienna/ Bratislava area
Somewhere around here, in the middle of nowhere, we should build an interchange. One line will go to Italy. This will probably be the fastest way to reach Germany and even France One line will go through Serbia to Greece, putting Athens say 5 hours away from Vienna. Another line will go towards Romania and the Black Sea. Others will heat up to Poland, Scandinavia, Germany and France.

The trade of India heads west on rails
The trade of India shall go by rail through the southern lowland valleys of Pakistan and Iran and along the western side of the Zagros mountains east of Baghdad and near Mosul to Gaziantep Turkey. Here at the Gaziantep interchange the railcars either head north to Istanbul and Europe, or head south to Africa. There is also an interchange near Kalar Iraq that passes though the Zagros mountains to an interchange in the Hamedan/Tehran region •  •  • Pakistan will have two interchanges, one around Mirpur-Kas, for trade with the Indus region, and one near Ispikan/Turbat for the northbound line that heads up through the western parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan. This line then heads up through Turkmenistan to the main east-west lines. Afghanistan will be served by three interchanges, one in the southwest desert, one at the border near Taybad Iran, and one at the edge of the southern flatlands of Turkmenistan. From Taybad a line passes south of Tehran and then through the pass to the exchange in Azerbaijan. Uzbekistan gets an interchange near Bukhara. •  •  •  It should be noted that all of these international backbone lines will be built by international effort by the UM. Also, the nations may connect their rail system to the UM interchanges, however, they shall not be allowed to add additional interchanges and delay traffic in other way.

Rail line layouts.
Someone needs to locate the rail lines so there is no delay from squabbling over routes. Otherwise these efforts may be doomed to fail.

Mountain trains
The cars will be built all over the world by dozens of companies to identical specs and design. Everything but the interiors and windows will be universal for all high speed 3% slope trains, and all 6% trains. The 9% slope trains and above might use splined 2m gauge tracks and have a limited top speed. The steep hill cars might also be 25-passenger mini-bus sized (5-5-5-5-5 people to a row), so that extremely tight mountain turns can be made. We also imagine the cars have 1 meter rod projections so the linkages can jackknife around corners. These connections are up high, near the center of the train (say at 1.45 meters above the rails). They are on a wrist joint that flops down when no other car is there on the other side. As the trains coordinate their relative position optically, this allows for some flexibility in the location of each car relative to the others, while at the same time the pulling and braking energies can be shared. The normal trains will not have this type of connection. I think in mountains, it is important that we use this sort of train on sealed lines. The predictability of the system is superior to the road system in the mountains. Also, the mountain lines will be one track in a loop. This way if one side gets washed away, people can get in and out. I see these trains going up one side of a valley and back the other side, with perhaps 10 small hill towns.

Desert cities should have two-pipe sewers
The showers and lavatories, clothes washers and storm run off go in the #1 drain, the toilets and kitchen sinks go in the #2 drain. The “#1 runoff” gets collected in cisterns (the soap kills the mosquitoes). This way our desert cities can be much greener. The #2 water is injected through an underground system to water and fertilize a park around the township. So the idea is that the waste water from a 30,000-person township in some semi desert is going to support a good sized oasis/park/palm-orchard around the township.

It is the Kurdish majority areas
The areas that are majority Kurdish shall be Kurdistan. This however is only for the main Kurdish blob. The enclaves outside the main Kurdish nation shall not be included. Also, the Iraqis shall be allowed to build townships south of Karkuk and As-Sulaymaniyah, and other unoccupied high ground at the edge of Iraqi territory lost to Kurdistan. Also up to 6 million Iraqis from the tsunami funnel areas of Iraq shall be permitted to settle in Kurdistan. No portion of Georgia, Armenia, eastern Iran, or western Turkey shall be Kurdish

The southwest mountains of Iran
Everything in Iran west of the road between the center of the road between Pole-e zahab, Kererd, Eslamabad, Kuhdesht, Jelow Gir, and Dehloran in a straight line to the border shall belong to Iraqi. This is so the Iraqis may have a high ground place to live.

Civil defense musketeer videos for Africa
There are many places where small bands of armed men cause much suffering. America’s Senate should probably have a contest for the best instruction instruction videos for how to use those single-shot muskets and the bullets that America gave your village to defend its land. And maybe there is only 1 gun per 50 people, but people can run for help they can gather men from the villages to counter the threat of the 5 or 15 gunmen terrorizing their communities. So maybe 200 men come out of the woodworks and the gunmen all die in the first volley. Throw down your weapons. No? 200 aimed bullets.

Thinned national government
Africa would probably develop faster as a continent of counties, with the national level of government de-emphasized. I would probably do the same thing with Indonesia, and Brazil, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Mexico and the Philippines.

Roman roads were non-roads
What a bizarre thing it was that the Romans had this “interstate highway system” that was only used by the military and government. All the public money was spent on the giant Mideast corporate front businesses (that supplied the Roman government and the military that suppressed the people if they rebelled). So getting around was just like on the most jammed up roads in Bali.

Gravel bedded railroads suck like Roman roads
Both require constant maintenance. The fragile paver skin on Roman roads required constant maintenance every few years, and railroads require track and trestle straightening every few years likewise.

Via Egnatia of Rome
This was how the Romans reached Troy/Bizz•antium/ Constantino•pol/ Istanbul, perhaps the only major city that had to have three name changes. The road was covered in paver tiles over sand. Only military vehicles with constantly re-lathed wheels were allowed on these roads. Other vehicles have irregularities in their wheels and would just destroy the roadway which is made of paver tiles on a thin bed of mortar on sand. So this road was used by the Roman military responding to a threat in this area. But perhaps more importantly it was also used by people on official business with the Roman government.

Roman Traffic
I imagine Roman era traffic like this through countless towns swallowed by the sprawl. I might substitute ox carts for the the trucks, and guys with hand carts for the motorcyclists. I see maybe 6 or 10 routes into the Rome and at this speed, these were totally inadequate for a city of 5-million people. So Rome became dependent on imported grain by design.

Pretty women can travel the world alone
What a luxury our modern world is for women in a historical context. We really should make sure it stays that way.

One CAP disease is from rodents
Inductive logic definitely has a place in science. It tells us where to start looking. It tells us that one CAP disease (bubonic plague), the biggest and baddest CAP disease comes from an oversized rodent (an oversized ground dwelling squirrel actually). And we know that rodents (rats and mice) are reputed to carry disease like pigs. And we know that time and evolution occurs very fast in rodents due to their short breeding cycles. Maybe the true home of ebola and rabies and all the other CAP diseases is one form of rodent or another.

Plague breeding species
People wring their hands over bird flue, like it is going to lead to the next super bug. You know where I think the next super-bug is going to come from? I think it is going to come from where the biggest baddest past super bug came from. I also think that the species of marmots that breed plague should be brought into captivity and then the wild ones made extinct. I also think that if there is another small species responsible for Ebola and Rabies and other counter-attenuated predator (CAP) diseases, they might be made extinct in the wild. Shoot them from a distance, poison the critters, whatever, but make them extinct in the wild. Keep them in captivity for maybe a decade and then re-introduce them.

CAP diseases, why do they evolve?
What are the conditions that cause the evolution of CAP diseases? Maybe marmots evolved to be big for the same reason they evolved bubonic plague.

Rules of expired brand names
1) To use the brand for a similar or confusingly similar industry the lock-up is two brand-name lifetimes.
2) To use the brand for a non-similar industry the lock up is one half a brand-name lifetime.

Senators must wear lab coats
They must put on a white, knee-length cotton lab coats. These are all uniform, and two are given to each Senator at the start of their term.

Italian style bank entries
In Italy they have/had these double door entry boxes with “bulletproof” glass on both doors. Perhaps something like this will be standard for townships in the more violent parts of the world. And maybe there will be a 14meter wall inside the ring road.

Getaway vehicles
High speed chases
These do not occur where vehicles are all operated by a system.

More abortion rules
1) The various counties shall not be free to impose their own rules and restrictions on abortion.
2) No county may prosecute those performing abortions.
3) There shall be no wait time for abortions in the first third of the pregnancy. There shall be a minimum 3-day scheduling wait after that time unless the mother’s health is at risk.
4) There shall be no mandatory counseling in order to get an abortion in the first third of the pregnancy.

Head injury sport must be prohibited in all schools
Public money and government services shall not be used to harm the people for no good reason.

3- Musketeers
Mousketeers

Why were musketeers always using swords? The power of 3 or more musketeers is the stuff of legends that Ishtar would like to make go away. Musketeers are powerful in groups, but not as individuals. Here we see three manipulations of the concept in children’s media.

Ground zero
What an over statement of the effect for 9/11 this is.

Credit card debt
All debt gets cancelled. Nobody can be held down in any way by the previous system.

Dentists
Dentists should be of two sorts: Checking dentists and repairing dentists. Also, the checking dentists are less-well-trained. They tell you on a scale of 1-10 how big your cavities are and what work it looks like you will need. Then the customer takes this “prescription” and gets bids on the work and selects a repair dentist by themselves.

Copper pipes
The building code should prohibit them within 40cm of ground level, or un-sleeved through any cement or metal material. I used to build with copper, but now I wouldn’t for the following reasons
1) It is expensive
2) It wastes copper.
3) Copper galvanizes and rots. Just google “hot-water repipe”.
4) They are inferior to plastic pipes

Address bars belongs to the people
Nobody may interfere with the people and their democratic government in the addressing or search system.

Public computing
All physical electronics, all operating systems, all public communication, all network systems, and all network connection systems must be ubiquitized and open source. The idea of one country using their equipment to spy should be absurd. Also, there should be an extreme conservatism with regard to what is allowed here. Only things that we think we totally understand should be allowed.

Cape Falcon Oregon
What an amazing thing that I can type this name in and up will come dozens of well curated photos of this coastline to satisfy my geological curiosity. The coastline here shows pretty clearly how high the tsunami flows get at the points, and I would suggest the flows get even higher in many funnels.

Mount solitude and the great flood
The San Diego Indians had this legend where there was this great flood and the survivors listened to someone that said to run for the hills, as high as you can get. Then the survivors lived through a century of solitude where they could not get their populations large enough to really flourish again.

Generational family townships
These are townships where everyone must have children of an appropriate age to live there. The units are bigger, there are more local schools,

Washington state
I would run a T shaped high speed train system with the stem of the T roughly following highway 90 over the Cascades and then turning to align with the border of Spokane and Whitman counties today. . I see a great many townships going in here, as well as across the rivers and up the hills. And there will be plenty of water, geothermal heat and electricity. The head of the T will be on the west side of the Cascades, roughly at the edge of the burried-hill tsunami plane. This is probably safe due to uplift. A little drilling will show that these sediments were deposited tens of millions of years ago, and that these areas no longer flood. There will probably be interchanges at Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, King, Pierce Lewis, Skamania, and Portland if it is safe to live on the west side of the Cascades due to the earthquake risk. The northern half of the T is probably much safer due to the distance from the subduction zone, so the development on the western side should probably be focused there.

Oregon
It is easy to imagine Oregon doing much the same thing with a line heading along the south side of the Columbia river basin to somewhere between Lexington and Boardman and then joining the stem line of the Washington T. Also, the line on the western side of the Cascades runs south and does the same thing in Oregon.

The Strait of Juan de Fuca
It sure does look like lots of water flows this way and eroded this these cliffs. Imagine an Ache tsunami occurring off Vancouver island. Imagine the waters washing down the coastline and into the sound. Imagine that this has happens every 400 years. That is 50,000 times in the last 20,000,000 years.

The bounty of the northwest
Between the water and the abundant energy, this place should have more people. Also, the winters will not be so bad in townships because people can just use the halls when there is bad weather.

The pardoning of Ahn and Hong
1) If we do not have diplomatic relations with North Korea then we have no obligation to recognize their embassies or their security in third nations.
2) This is a textbook example of why governments should be able to pardon people for their crimes.
3) Government should be able to pardon people before their trials.
4) It is remarkable that worthless golfers get the medal of freedom and these guys face prosecution.
5) Imagine a Senate able to hold a discussion and vote on what to do here in 3-days.
6) It might be payback for North Korea’s treatment of Otto Warmbir.
7) I think the Spanish democracy should say publicly: “Sorry, we asked them, but they wouldn’t hand them over. We are actually glad because we think your nation is run by an evil police state that is ruling over its people by force and arms.”
8) After Spain says this, Italy and a list of other nations should say “We agree completely with Spain. We also think you are a bunch of wicked fascists ruling over its people by force and arms.”

Another way to grasp Earth as a pressure mechanism
After a climate peak, as sea levels fall, gas pressures must build up pressures to overcome the newly less impervious rift. Also, after a climate bottom, as sea levels rise, the gas trapped since the last time temperature was this high gets released.

Tamago as desert at schools and asylums
It is Japanese sugar-added omelet. It is a rich and mildly sweet desert. It is also a good way to get kids and asylum people to eat their cholesterol with every meal.

Drugs come in blister packages
You need scissors to cut them out. The packaging is tooth proof and each sheet is over 8cm x 8cm, so kids don’t eat the pills. These are much better than the press to open bottles for keeping kids out, and easier for old and sick people to access.

Dental hygiene techs
1) School for this takes about 30 days, then there is government test and the hygienist is licensed.
2) Dentists may perform DH work, but, no DH tech can work in a dentist’s office.
3) When DHs make appointments, it is subject to the same tax rules as hair people.
4) DHs should probably make a bit more than freelance hair dressers.
5) The national government should pay for an 25 minute tooth cleaning for all kids each year until they are 22.
6) DHs are not allowed to sell or market products or give medical advice.

Instant bathroom
I imagine the old fiberglass shower enclosures that they used in the 1970s, but with fiberglass panels all around. A resilient floor and a normal ceiling are added. Thus we have a lightweight bathroom that people can 2-man-handle off a lift gate and wheel into their garages if they have a 4” drain. If they don’t, the IB has an optional macerator, so that even 1.5” diameter pipes can be used.

Garage youth hostels
Garage homeless shelters
It is easy to imagine a charity that buys and installs thousands of instant bathrooms so people can have homeless shelters and youth hostels in their garages.

Addictive kid’s games
It seems to me that most parents that know about Fortnight, Roblox, Minecraft, Overwatch, and Star Wars Battlefront, and some others would rather that they did not exist. If that is the case, then the Senate should remove these kids products from the market. Also, if you find that these children’s games have no redeeming qualities, then kill them without compensation.

IP protection for these beverages
1) Bottled water.
2) Unsweetened soy milk.
3) Unsweetened chrysanthemum tea.
4) Unsweetened pure teas.
5) Milk.
6) Unsweetened kefirs and yogurts.
7) Properly balanced re-hydration drinks that are not more than 1% glucose by weight.
8) Watery citrus juice that is not more than 2% sugar by weight.

Where was the hit?
There are probably doctors that have seen lots of injuries among prisoners. How much more dangerous is a blow to the head or face than the gut, the back the arms, the legs. Certain types of attack need to get a more severe punishment than others.

A democracy of liars
59% of US presidents and 68% of vice presidents, and 78% of secretaries of state have been lawyers. In the Mid 1800s over 80% of Congress were lawyers. That fell to less than 60% in the 1960s and today it is around 41%.

The California rail line and mountains
I am not convinced that a rail line should be built for the Pacific plate cities of southern California. But if we did build such a line, it should probably cross the Grapevine/Tehachapie mountains following the route of the 58 and/or 202 highways to Mojave. Then it should go towards Hesperia and use the Cajon pass (like highway 15) over the San Bernardino mountains to San Bernardino and the LA basin. Freight trains use this pass today (on 100-year old grades) so the engineering is no problem. From here, one line heads west towards Los Angeles. On the north end, the route follows the 580 to the Bay area… (again, IF these cities will remain inhabited) Also, let me say that for all train lines, we want to avoid existing cities and build our lines in the middle of nowhere so we can
1) Acquire right of way land cheaply
2) Have low construction costs that involve no costly remodeling.
3) Acquire metropolis scale parcels so we can make enough selling new urban land that the people will make money on rail infrastructure.

Redding to Eugene
Due to the mountainous terrain, this rail connection should be one of the last to be built.

Rail from the US to South America
The main high speed rail line runs from near Laredo down the east coast of Mexico but at a tsunami invulnerable elevation past Monterrey, Tampico, Veracruz and to a major interchange in the flat area between Oaxaca and Chiapas. From here, one trunk route heads to Yucatan and another down the south coast past Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. In Costa Rica and Panama, the route probably switches to the Caribbean side. From Panama the route heads northeast and then south to avoid the mountains, thus arriving in the Amazon basin.

Designing transport around cities is stupid
Designing cities around transport is smart

Jetson robotics
It is easier to design our cities around our robots than vice versa. Here I present cities that are robot and delivery droid friendly. And by that I mean that they only need a (removable) battery for maybe 8-km to deliver to and return from most townships, because the delivery room is near the station and the bots can board the trains. So most people will be delivery-able using a 4-km bot, although some people will require 10km delivery bots.

Self-driving cars made simple
It will be so much easier and safer to have self driving cars at 60kph, on standard township traffic patterns without intersections, and with transponders.

Interchanges and city size
Grand Central station handles about 750,000 people a day. So I see the new higher capacity interchanges moving maybe twice that, and spread out over a day halving schedule, so the capacity is maybe 4-million trips a day, or 2-million passengers a day on average. and maybe another million people are staying in their township. So that is a maximum capacity for an interchange of 3-million. So I am imagining that most of the new interchange cities will have sites for maybe up to 100 townships averaging maybe 10,000 people, on up to say 20 lines. That is 1-million people, although it might go to 2-million. The interchanges I think will be the limiting factor, so we will have to have many of them, perhaps 500 in the US. And each might serve an area that is hundreds of km across.

Interchange scale
The space between the trains should be totally oversized, and might be 30 meters. And the platforms outside the trains might be 15 meters. So given two 6 meter trains and another 15 meters outside the station we have stations 72-meters wide. And if we imagine 10 township train tracks on each side that are 6m per track + 15m platform, it comes to 21m/per binario). So the stations might be about 210 meter long, or perhaps longer if we have wider platforms or more trains.

Townships will spiral-out like arrondissements
Think of the arrondissement map of Paris. And how the districts sort of spiral out like a snail shell. I see the closest townships settled first. But the entire city will be laid out in advance. And by this I only mean that there are these rights of way reserved for viaducts (or just rail lines) and other acreage areas reserved for townships. But the first settlers will take the closest townships locations because:
1) The rail line to the interchange is much cheaper to build because it is shorter.
2) The travel time to the interchange is shorter
And all the trains will be shrouded and super quiet, and maybe even have berms or noise walls when they pass a township. So there will be no downside to being a first settler. And they will connect to the center of the interchange, because of the short walks. So we imagine an incipient interchange with maybe 5 townships of 20,000, and these are only centered maybe only 6km from the interchange. So these early trains might cycle every 5 minutes, and there is only a maximum 80 meter walk between lines at the interchange.

Hauptbahnhof
700-million euros were spent remodeling a station that didn’t need a remodel.

Intentionally blocking a train door
Intentionally blocking a train door for no good reason will get you 1,000 hours of community service or 1-years in work camp if you screw that up too.

Never heat/cool your train stations
1) It is a waste of energy because of the heat/cold from the trains.
2) It makes the stations much more expensive.

No greenhouses, no wind scoops
The greenhouses ruin train travel in the summer by design, the scoops ruing it in the winter. The Berlin Hauptbahnhof does both.

The Q mostly goes in a circle
It seems that you guys use the term queue or Q to refer to the line to get out of the Mideast and to go to heaven in the land of the host. I wanted to point out the the shape of the letter Q seems gives us some insights into the circular nature of this struggle. It is maybe 85% circular and futile with only 15% heading out as everyone in the Mideast wants. My Qs, or rather my formation circles are not only much faster, but they are also helical, and every time you do a lap, every one of you will be closer to freedom.

THE EXHODOS DEBT
This is the obligation to try to move the others as they have tried to move you, to sustain them, as they have sustained you. I think this is what you are all actually devoted to. The other stuff is just time wasting and mental manipulation for the weak minded. You no longer need to waste your time praying. I have productive things for you to do.

Simple real estate sales contracts
Property transactions are way too complicated. They are made that way by the realtors. In truth, I think we should make all transactions as-is, where-is and make our contracts as simple as this:
I agree to sell unit ### of ### township, APN-123-456-789-XX for the sum of ##### in cash, or according to universal payment scheme 758 with a down payment of XXXX and #### payable each teneth for 17 years. •  •  • The buyer has pre-authorized the recorder to take this sum and give it to the buyer. So the recorder looks at the simple contract, he then OKs the title and payment transfer. It is all so simple, a recorder might handle 5 or 10 people an hour on appointments. Everything is on video and you are supposed to both show ID and be HD video identified and recorded. You also have to put both hands on a hand reader with a tech monitoring you. But this will be a big source of income for the recorder’s office, even if it is only 5% of what realtors, title and escrow suck out today. In fact, I might set these at 0.35%.

Search engines and paywalls
The default search engine setting shall be no thing behind a paywall by default, and people must click a search parameters button if they want paywall results.

Prophecy
1) Within 23 years, everyone worldwide will be living in a new township, or they will be completely rural and agricultural.
2) Within 23 years, the next generation of sires will start making its mark on mankind.
3) Within 33 years, the next generation of sires will have a majority in most national senates.
4) Within 3 years, we will have food stored for 7 years, and within 10 years we will have food stored for 25 years.

God wants you living a dysgenic life
Does god really want you doing this totally dysgenic thing for your line and for mankind? I think that this part of Christianity, where god wants you to find one person and only one person and stay with them for life — I think that was added by the Arabs so Europe would be easier to manage.

Religious chastity
The way I see it, the Mideast devil (de•ex•pull) posed as a god and created/evolved the world’s many religions. That is why all religions insist that people live their lives in the most non-breeding, dys•genic way possible. And don’t misunderstand me, I don’t mean to say that there is anything wrong with monogamy. I just don’t think lifelong monogamy should be mandatory.

The afterlife
To me the afterlife is children, and so far that’s all we have. Also, I don’t think our consciousnesses live on after we die, except in our offspring.

Non-citizen voting speech
“Our nation is having a grave grave problem with non-citizen voting, people voting more than once, and ballot box stuffing. So I approached the president with some ideas about reducing election fraud and the president has authorized me to give the following speech. The president has decided to use his executive power to close a few obvious back-doors to voting practices which are so harmful to our democracy. From now on the following reasonable requirements will be required of all voting in the United States:
1) All the ballot boxes stay put at the voting place, out in the open, supervised at all times by at least 8 monitors randomly drawn from the pool of local voters who show up at the poling place and want to monitor.
2) Where ballots are counted, the boxes are opened in front of the same 8 monitors, and they each count the ballots in sequence.
3) There are to be no voting machines. All voting must use paper ballot cards.
4) In order to be given a ballot card, each voter must
a) Show a government issued photo I-D that proves citizenship and voter eligibility.
b) Leave a selfie.
c) Leave an electronic thumb-print.
This is to prevent both non-citizen voting and multi-voting.

Thumbprints
All interactions and transactions with government at all levels in the US will require the person’s thumbprint. This goes for drivers license applications, as well as police services and for all payments from government be they federal employee check cashing, or those applying for or receiving welfare payments. The thumbprints are kept by the recorders offices.

Incorruptible ballot card counters for secret voting
Imagine a table top device rather like a large credit card terminal, but with no electronics. The device has two slits. The rather thick ballot cards are inserted into the top slit. A perforated recording tape (maybe 20cm wide) is fed horizontally through the side slits. The device aligns the two papers. There is a nob for advancing the lateral recording tape by say 5mm per click and a number display. The device aligns the row of vertical perforation in the ballots with rows of boxes on the ribbon. The counting people take a ballpoint pen and insert it into each ballot hole to mark the ballot totaling ribbon. Then they insert a new ballot and advance the ribbon one notch. Every 100th column, there is a gap for a subtotal to be printed by a mechanized counting device. The ballot counting people all feed their tape into the reader themselves and it counts all the dots. Then they spot check at least 5 subtotals for accuracy. Then they total up at least one subtotal. Then they sign off on the election score for that voting location. •  •  •  Prior to counting some stacks up all the ballots and pen numbered them all 1 to X in the top center. The ballot reader number is supposed to match the number on the ballot. After each ballot card is removed, it is placed to the right of that counting person so the next person in the line can also count it.

Immigration is a national decision
I want Trump to say: “it’s ridiculous how a few states and cities are serving as a backdoor to the rest of the nation and forcing their own immigration decisions on the rest of the nation. National citizenship is obviously a matter that is exclusively for the national government to decide on.

Rail gun guided inertia drones
Imagine a rail gun that fires shells with 4 mini-fins that pop out once fired. These fins direct the drone precisely on target, which is either laser guides, or coordinates programmed, heat seeking, or shape recognized. And at close range the thing fires low energy, so it has a much faster refraction time. Also, this sort of weapon system favors defenders with power grids and remote monitoring grids. Thus defenders are made more powerful and aggressors weakened.

Bomb-proof power plants
I see power generation plants miniaturized, standardized, and diffused as a matter of civil defense and transmission loss savings, as well as cost savings though standardization. I see standard generation stations as supplying say 50, 100, 250, 500, 1,000, 2,500, 5,000 and 10,000 people, but no more. Thus a township of 25,000 might have 3 or even 4 stations to knock out. I also see the power plants as having thick concrete A-frame roofs. However there is an offset and the one side passes over the other with a say 60cm tall line of remote operable windows at the gap for ventilation… these windows are atop the short side of the A-frame. Also the A-frame is quite tall and thin and maybe a 70° slope. Thus the overhead bombs are unable to use their impact energy, and only the largest bomb can penetrate the perhaps 40cm (16”) Thick 6,000psi concrete with a dense lattice of #8 bar on the inside and a loose lattice in the outside. Or perhaps thinner concrete can be used. Also, each panel probably has places where the rebar is bent so it projects horizontally from the walls when they are sloped together. A “sonotube” with a rebar insert is placed on the rebar projecting from the roof/walls/sides of the A-frame. Thus the two sides are joined into a much stronger triangular structure. There are perhaps two rows of sonotube struts between the two halves of the A-frame. This in addition to the anchoring at the peak and the heavy curb foundation at the base.

Manhattan hilltown
Imagine an Italian hill-town that is maybe 2-km square and the density of New York, Maybe 6 stories at the outside and 12 stories at the peak. Around it is nothing but fields an occasional farm and nature land

San Gemeniano
I wonder if this town is a blid for the legends of the towers of Rome and the real estate bubble there. Also it sounds like San Gemini anno, which may be a reference to the years added to the calendar before Jesus’s death. And curiously, the number of towers is 72, twice Jesus’ age.

Gemeni = a geh mini, a smart reducer. It is a blidding technique, not a stupid zodiac sign.

Exhods have to show their origin code
They have to have their E#### code in their ID and on their Exhod page. The #### represents their country code and their region/ethnic code within that region. This is so people will be able to know that some places have more troublemakers than others. If there are too many complaints come in about the people from some place, then all of them may be required to go for additional re-education.

Gun cams
Maybe all weapons carried in public in some jurisdictions will require HD gun cams that record whenever the gun is de-holstered, or de-racked outside a range or cleaning location or registered use area. The county recorder does the recording, and it is all supervised by police.

Teach the tyrant military a lesson
Let them all see what will happen to them, all of a sudden and without any warning.

10% of parking spaces for the disabled
The In-N-Out burger near Balboa and 163 in San Diego has 40 parking spaces overall and 4 of these spaces are for disabled people. That is 10% of a parking lot with frequent overflow. And you know these handicap spaces are empty over 90% of the time, and when they are used, over 98% of the time, it is not someone in a wheel chair, but an old person that does not really look at all disabled.

Alcohol and lady-boys
In Asia, one sees and hears about guys getting too drunk and leaving a bar with a lady-boy. To me, all these dudes (the lady-boys) are rapists, or predators that prey on intoxicated people. I think they are just as bad as the predators that prey very drunk woman.

Lady-boys are outside the line
In my early 20s I frequented some gay and mixed discos because I met some interesting girls there. I didn’t really mind the gays. But it always struck me that there was something deceptive and dishonest about lady-boy transsexuals. In fact, the most conspicuous thing about ladyboys is how they seem to be focused on tricking straight men into looking, or talking or whatever they can get away with. To me the societal fraud of pretending to be a woman and tricking men into sex greatly overshadows the right of a person to live the harmless sexual fantasy life they want to live. Also, this is a fundamental thing they are lying about, a line that matters quite a bit to a great many people.

Homosexual Senators
If they are smart, then you can overlook their homosexuality. But try to vote for people who will set an example of procreation for young people. And try to vote for people who will leave many offspring in the coming decades.

Township lifts accommodate ambulance bots
Now by ambulances, I mean an indoor electric vehicle with a floor about 6” above the rolling surface. These have a narrow gurney that rolls into a channel and electromagnetically engages and latches into or out of place. The ambulance guys press the doors button and the back doors magnetically opens or closes. This “golf cart with no rear transverse axil is only designed for a 5km journey on super flat indoor hallways, so it has limited batteries, is very light weight and has no suspension, and the tires are thin and hard. So the ambulances might only weigh like 400kg, and with two attendants, a patient, and 100kg of equipment. So that is maybe 800kg, and perfectly doable in an elevator. Also, the elevators are ±1.5-m wide and maybe ±2.3m long. Also, the elevators get diverted by the ambulance call, So the ambulance rapidly drives directly into the lift and auto-grapples. Then when the doors open again, the elevator quickly drives out.

Township alarm monitoring
It is a municipal service by the police department for a mandatory call fee.

Nancy Pelosi
[It looks like she mis-stated the idea she was told about arresting William Barr.]
“We do have a jail in the basement of the Capitol, but if we were arresting all of the people in the administration, we would have an overcrowded jail situation, and I’m not for that.” [I think the original idea her minder gave her was something like: “We can’t fill the congressional jail with the entire executive branch can we? ]

A statue of liberty
A ceiling height painted concrete statue of liberty goes in the center of every interchange station on every floor. The pedestal is only 15cm tall. It is painted like turquoise color. The Crown is polished bronze that remains polished by the hands of people walking by.

Get rid of the plaque on lady liberty
1) Take away the dumb plaque that so directs and limits our concept of liberty and immigration: It famously goes: “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
2) Is this a statement of national policy? How did it become a statement of national policy? Who made this statement? My how quickly some people take it for gospel. Take Madeline Albright’s twitter remark for example: “There is no fine print on the Statue of Liberty. America must remain open to people of all faiths & backgrounds. #RefugeesWelcome.”
3) I wonder if the Immigration act of 1924 was the result of the 1903 plaque added to the green lady given in 1886. I wonder if bad immigration makes people sick of all immigration and ruins things for everyone for some decades.

The statue of liberty not crosses
This is what belongs atop the mountains of the United States and other nations that worship the goddess of liberty and freedom, and democracy and truth above all else. And this symbol rules above all religions and their symbols.

“Liberty for all
I think the US military would be well served by having lady liberty and this motto on their vehicles and uniforms. It says, we are the good guys in a much more convincing way. It also helps point US military usage and conduct in the right direction.

I like the retro US army uniforms
They will remind people of Captain America’s shield, thus making America stronger.

Immigration
Living overseas, sometimes I ask people about their plans are for the future, or what they would like to do, if they plan to go overseas and use their English skills. In Indonesia, and Laos and India, most places are a step up for most people. But in places like Thailand, Malaysia, and Eastern Europe, they only want to go to the really rich countries. They don’t really want to immigrate to say Brazil or Mexico. They want to go somewhere that life is easier and they can save lots of money and either stay, or take their sack of money back. I think a $400 to $700 per month foreign worker levy would totally slope the national economy away from immigration. If we make avoiding paying this a matter of tax evasion for even casual employers, it would seriously blunt the economic force that is flooding our nation with unskilled illegal immigrants. It would also do wonders for the employment of our own people, for they would not have to pay this levy and their pay (as in Singapore) might be 50% or 70% higher as a result. And if the local workers truly will not do the work, then temporary foreign workers may be employed, provided they pay the foreign worker levy.

The magic words
Trump needs to use the magic words: “more immigration” to get better immigration standards.

Seeing as how the Mideast spread my message
People can say whatever they want about it. Never mind the prohibitions.

A new US national anthem, “America so beautiful
O beautiful are heroes proved
In li•ber•a•ting man
They risk their life for freedom loved
To do the right thing
America, America
Where fairness is the law
We crown our land with bro-ther-hood
from sea to shining sea

Past lives
The only past lives I can access are the ones I imagine myself living when I read the ancients.

Porn
All heterosexual sex porn shall be required to use the .XXX suffix. All non heterosexual porn shall be required to use the .YYY suffix. All collections of nude images of people shall use the .nude suffix. This is in addition to the streaming requirements and the lack of IP ownership rights discussed elsewhere.

Gecco-Roman civilization
Most people don’t realize that there was this Athens starting up again in one place and right next door there was this Rome starting at much the same time starting about 750BC. Most people don’t realize that these two civilizations were sort of contemporaneous until the Athenian side of things blew up attacking Sicily, and then foreigners attacked their Ukrainian grain ships near what is Istanbul today. •  •  •  Athens seems to have been re-peopled between 404 BC and 370BC. Alexander got the limelight between 336 and 323BC. Then by 264BC, we see the first Punic war starting and Rome gets the spotlight of history and Athens was forgotten. Can you see the hocus pocus focus here? Can you see the extent to which history has been formed and omitted here and there. So classical architecture is more or less identical for good reason.

Latin was a language of mental subjugation
It was made artificially difficult to squander the mental energies of the next generation, so they would be dumber and easier to manage. I also think this is why Chinese characters take so long to learn.

A dreadful synergy
I think of these places in the US where there is practically no money and people mostly live on government assistance and illicit activity. What a dreadful synergy state laws prohibiting abortion are for this class of people with no money to go to the next state. So these people, our welfare-dependent class have lots of kids which they didn’t really want. Why is our society doing this?

A message to the people of China
Yes, our IP system is probably dumb in many ways. but it’s a lot better than your system — because you don’t really have a system for rewarding inventors and creators. Nor do you punish counterfeiters. So you don’t really nourish your inventors and quality producers the way we do. And that might ber the main reason why we are more inventive. I mean, who is going to bother to do overtime, or quit and spend money on developing new things if they don’t get rewarded? The world needs inventors and it needs to reward them, and nobody denies this. We actually don’t care how these people are rewarded, so if you have a better way, we are all ears. But until then, why don’t we all just enforce the system we have.

The US Mexican border is long by design
The border with Mexico is long and hard to police by design. It used to include California until the discovery of gold in both northern and southern California ruined that.

A large Mexican buffer industrial zone?
What if we took most of the Mexican states of Baja California Norte, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, and Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas north of the city of Monterrey and , and combined this with the part of Texas south of the 10 and west of the 35/37. The Mexican parts are quite underpopulated and only about 11 people live in the Mexican parts of this zone. What if we made this an industrial zone that also acted as a border buffer. What if the only vehicles passing through this zone were rail-cars. What if American rule of law and management prevailed here, but Mexicans could work here. What if the US leased this part of Mexico for say 60-years?

Women covering up
I see the shapeless slitted cover-alls is the clothing of slave women to be sold as sex and breeding slaves, as well as the women who are enslaved by the desperate cause of the Mideast. I think the hijab and the head-scarf in women is a sort of way to say, “I’m all-in with the slave’s union.”

Kidnapping for presumed sexual slavery
This is another thing that gets death by torturous punishment.

Time’s up
Iran is long past the point of being a nuisance to the community of free nations. Now you are getting to be a serious threat, and something must be done about you. Who are your allies? Who will come to your defense once the bombs start falling?

Quiet dirty bombs
Maybe they look like a 100-pound smart bomb casings. They will look like duds, and few will stand around making a close examinations, or have reason to suspect a dirty bomb. Or maybe they will look like head-less discarded aerosol cans. Perhaps some tiny watch-sized part detaches and this lets the gas propel the radioactive powder, like with an aerosol can. But they will have already sprayed out nearly all of their radioactive calcium by the time they hit the ground. Nobody will hear anything except the thud of the cans when they hit the ground at 4am. If we do this quietly at a radioactive facility the presumption will be that there is a leak, and nobody will be going outside. The thing is that the propel in the facility will all be irradiated whether they stay or leave.

Unconditional surrender for Iran
“I’m sorry. Now that the bombing has started, you have to surrender unconditionally now, so we may install a proper democracy in your nation, and eliminate your nuclear program and all of your military equipment.”

Voting fraud indictments
I see the AG indicting people, including perhaps a governor or two for policies intended to help illegals vote for their party.

90% less infrastructure overall
It isn’t just our road size that will shrink by around 90%, we will also have about 80% less electric wiring and about 80% less sewer piping in a township based world.

Like swapping
If you like/review someone, they can’t review you back. If you find a way to circumvent this, it is still “review fraud”.

OPENING FIREWORKS = this is what we say about businesses that give a super great deal at first and then cut back substantially once they get a clientele.

STW
I called it save the world. I am sort of stumped on another name.

Noisy supersonic passenger jets
They can take off from LAX, SFO, NYC and lots of other airports and go supersonic either over the ocean or over some unpopulated place. The arguments against them are Isthar’s because less jet fuel will be sold.

For profit media is not the free press
It pretends to be the free press, but actually it is an open corruption of the free press.

The Big Brother reality show
What a blid this is.

Karachi and Muscat
Add these to the long list of tsunami funnel cities.

Tsunami erosion near Bandar Abbas
We would expect Qeshm island to divert much of the inbound tsunami flow through the straights of Hormuz. So when we look at the cliffs to the west of Bandar Abbas, we see lots of erosion.

GRAIN = the group mind
BRAIN = the individual mind

Bringing arms into a township
It is easy to imagine that in places prone to gun violence that people will put metal detectors at the entries to their townships to prevent the “import” of unauthorized military and militia weapons. It will be rather like some courthouses today, where there is a metal detector at the entry to discourage import. The gunmen will be able to use the external road system, and he can still break a window to gain entry.

Government should regulate salt content
Like sugar, this is another sort of cheap arms race ingredient in food. The saltier snacks sell better. They may not be healthier for you, but they taste better at first and make a better first impression when tried. So food makers make their food saltier than they would if people acted logically. This is why I would establish a maximum salt contents for foods not intended to be rinsed.

Heart attacks and electrolytes
1) We might expect that the body, with age, sometimes become less efficient with regard to electrolytes and conductivity. I wonder if heart patients tend to have either low electrolytes or low electrical responsiveness to their muscles.
2) Is there lower mortality in heart patients that take say twice the RDA of potassium and magnesium?
3) Does eating a lot of salt wash out the other electrolytes. Is that the real reason that avoiding salt help with heart disease?
4) I wonder if eating too much salt messes up our electrical impedance and thus causes heart attacks.
5) How do nerve signals travel through a liquid aqueous (and salty!) body if not through channels of higher conductivity? Certainly these have higher electrolytes. I wonder how many nervous diseases are diseases of electrolyte regulation.

Stuff to tell kids every month in school
1) There should be a bunch of message we tell kids over and over again, like the following:
2) Don’t get hurt. Less than 1/4 of their minor injuries will bother you for your entire life, and more than 1/2 of your major injuries will bother your for your entire life.
3) The sugar you eat as a kid may reduce the sugar you can eat later. And things may become so severe you can’t really eat much bread because of all the sugar in it.
4) Most people have a terribly difficult time quitting tobacco once they start.
5) Alcohol will make you fat and age you much quicker.
6) Don’t think of survival just in terms of yourself. Think of your line continuing on, or dying out because you didn’t have kids.

Egypt waters the Sinai hills
Egypt might build some townships on the Hilltops of the Sinai with piped-in Nile water. This might be allowed as an exception to the clearing of the Arabian peninsula. The elevation of 1200m will keel the place about 8°C cooler. Thus in July the average high temperature will be 32°C instead of 40°C and the average low will be 18°C instead of 26°C. It will also be windier and cleaner up high. New Cairo anyone?

I don’t move mountains
I show people how to go around mountains and how to use mountains, like the Indian Himalayas.

Shall I not say the truth?
Shall I hide what I think because it might offend some apeman with Al Qaeda, or Hesbolah, or Isn’t•real, or the Vatican, or the Mafia, or whoever?

Unknowability
The study of what cannot be known
and what mankind will probably never know.

Orthodontics
Here is another over-trained profession. To my mind, the complexity of what they do is wildly exaggerated.

Group spirits
1) They are not conscious
2) They are totally ethereal and subjective and to borrow from Murakami, are like a jellyfish in the water.
3) They are seldom more than half known.
4) Evil spirits are seldom more than barely known because they hide themselves.
5) Few people know about them and fewer are writing accurately about them.
6) Even the experts are only like expert home builders in that they know more aspects of how to build a good home.
7) They are immortal in that they survive the death of a generations.
8) They are easier to wear down in size than to kill.
9) The evil ones die when presented with their true reflection.

Women’s clothing and modesty
At first I wasn’t going to say anything on the subject. But it then occurred to me that I should say something about women who cover up more than they otherwise would because of modesty. I think that females and males everywhere should be able to wear mid thigh shorts and singlet tops when it is hot.

The great lakes
Why are all the major cities located in places vulnerable to tsunamis should North American jump to the north east as it seems to do. Look at all the cities in the worst place possible: Duluth, Green bay, Milwaukee, Chicago, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester and maybe Detroit and Toronto. And look at how Waukegan seems to be a silted-up flood-way.

Vehicle Repossessions
Under a self-driving car system, there are no vehicle repossessions, or violent vehicle repossession confrontations. This is because the lien holders can simply call their vehicles back to a police station or DMV. Also, 1) whenever police encounter a vehicle flagged for repossession by its owner, that vehicle must be impounded by them. and 2) when private re-possessors encounter property to be returned, then they must call a police officer to supervise the repossession. Police may charge 3x average wage for this service.

Wool and silk rugs and carpeting
These should pay the highest level of luxury tax, and like all luxury goods, the items should have to have a number and this should be trackable. and tracked it will those in possession of these thing

Silk
1) If it doesn’t fit to your body or has layers like a sari or a toga, it pays 90% luxury tax.
2) If it drags on the ground and gets dirty, then it pays 90% luxury tax.

100% video for school
If kids were videoed from when they leave home until they are back, it would make them much safer.

Breaking into a township
When people trespass on another township’s land, it should be a crime. And maybe we will except kids under age say 14 if they wear a location monitor.

Township security zones
Some townships might have nothing outside the security zone. I think most however will have most of their commercial areas near in the extended train station, where there is no security check. Here the security check is outside the central commercial area, but before the residential area.

Township herring bone design
Lets say you are on the outside corner of a herring bone unit looking into the window of your opposite neighbor. Lets say we have these building-high screen panels, mid-century style building screens on the other corner, outside, where the units look into one another. So there is this dead spot on the other side of this unit. Here we imagine a series of triple sliding glass doors that go into a pocket aligned with these screens. And we also have enough room perhaps for similarly configured screen panels and insulation panels

Triple glazing
I would do this for the noise in our townships. And I would use three different glass thicknesses. I would also make the standard glass panel thickness maybe say 4cm.

Vacuum panel windows
If people must have lots of glass in their houses, this is the way I would go. I would take two 60cm x 3cm “frying pans” of glass, then I would fuse them. Then I would remove the air and seal them. That is how to get light without any energy loss from outside.

Video surveillance
What if the indoor areas of our townships were all video surveiled, but the outdoor areas were not and only had emergency reponse drones. Then the people who want to meet confidentially can just do it outdoors. What if the visitor data was always purged after 18-days?

Grocery stores
1) They can’t have memberships or programs where they give discounts to members.
2) They can’t have sales times. They can however permanently mark goods down in price.
3) They can’t advertise.

You can keep all the other books
It was more important than all the other books they ever read. They probably said something like: “you can keep all the other books. This is the only book I need now.” And that sort of statement creates a very powerful network effect after a while. And that is where the spirit of Christianity came from.

The bib•al, the message you drank
The original book inside the bible was something that everyone regarded as fascinating.

CRATING = the “wine-box/ egg crate nature of a structure.

Oswald Spengler
About the idea that societies rise and fall in predictable ways:
1) I see host societies as getting away from the parasite society and then the parasite focuses more people and resources there until this place slows down and eventually collapses from the blood sucking.
2) Post-material abundance, Senate sireage, and information technology change everything.
3) We are running out of poor places to bring up.

Post-materialism
It is already here in many rich places worldwide.

The great news media name wipe
All the names, AP, BBC, CNN, CNBC, NBC, DW, RT, Reuters, Bloomberg, all the newspapers and especially the NYT, WP, and WSJ, all of the names die now if they have over what is allowed in the constitution. This niche, the giant credible news organization/news paper part of the free press is about to be replaced by the Sub-Senate. And it will greatly reward reporters with both official status and money. And news organizations will still be allowed, they just won’t be allowed to become giant worldwide entities. Thus our elected Senate will be the arbiters of the truth in the media, not a bunch of entities that make money selling ad space to other entities.

How much automation is worth
If a man’s fully burdened wages cost the company 80,000/year, How much should the company pay for robots to replace him? 5 years of his wages is 400,000, 10 years of his wages is 800,000.

IDs in the cloud
I imagine a future where people have a primary key and a secondary secure key for their ID. If you know your primary key, the teller, or county recorder, or whoever can pull up your picture and name and info.

Township services
I see the recorder’s officer and a number of government services as having a booth in all townships. People make appointments during certain hours and they are sure to get this service locally.

Animals normally live with other species
Aside from disease vectoring, there is really nothing wrong with a bunch of clothed monkeys hiking around in almost any habitat area.

Lopsided hill-edge interchanges.
I see an interchange where there are maybe 8 lines per side going off in a Menorah form up 16 valleys at the edge of a mountain range. And maybe the train only run once every 20 minutes. And maybe the stores are in a couple commercial townships right by the interchange.

Arabia must be completely depopulated
This does not include the territory of either Egypt or Turkey, or the hills east of the Tigris. But the rest of it must be depopulated. The entire sub-continent is to become one giant archeology and mineral extraction reserve with no tourism. Archeology and well drilling only take place during the cooler 7-months of the year.