How to remove yellow triangle (or opt-out from Canary)? by RavAshi in SaiditCanary

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I guess he ran out of actual bugs and is making up new bugs lol

Replication failures in psychology not due to differences in study populations by Nechama in Psychology

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The replication crisis in academic psychology is one of the bigger problems science faces today. Estimates are that 40-60% of all psychology papers are not reproducible, and therefore are not science. Quite shocking considering how much trust we as a culture put in science and the scientific establishments that control scientific paper publishing.

Psychology team conducts research indicating that backward motion improves memory by Nechama in Psychology

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Probably because it's novel, and novel events are more memorable

"There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude..." - Aldous Huxley by magnora7 in quotes

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Nah I think its opioids and anti-depressants

Candy Desk by Mnemonic in politics

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I also like that there's one shared candy desk, rather than one for each party

The US Justice System in a nutshell by magnora7 in corruption

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And the homeless guy even turned himself in...

This system crushes the powerless, and lets those with money skate free

"War is a racket. It always has been... a few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it...." - General Smedley Butler by magnora7 in quotes

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It is true that if no one were to participate in a war, it wouldn't happen... profit drives the entire system. Even now most people in the military do it to pay for college. And the generals have their salaries, and so do the people who call the shots at the top of the military-industrial complex.

I guess in some ways the only real way to address it is like you said, to pet a dog and do little things to help others. We have to each have a revolution inside of us, to act better, to make the world better. But what will trigger that on a mass scale? And how can we help that process along?

"When we look at modern man, we have to face the fact that..." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by magnora7 in quotes

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I honestly think humanity just needs to slow down. People confuse motion with progress.

Propaganda Central — The Tavistock Institute was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation is a research program involved in human behavior, social sciences, and psychology. Today the Tavistock Institute is covertly involved with social networking sites, alternative media, and conspiracy forums. by magnora7 in propaganda

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The site GodLikeProductions.com, for instance, is a conspiracy forum that will sometimes leak through something of high value, but is largely overwhelmed by tavistock disinformation. In fact if you mention the word "tavistock" on those forums, you will instantly be banned by a computerized word detector within seconds of posting.

In my opinion, if you want to see what Tavistock's propaganda of the day is, just read the headlines at GodLikeProductions.com, which sometimes uncomfortably echo headlines in the mainstream media. It is unclear how much influence Tavistock actually has, but certain stories come and go in a way that is very forced across many media sites all at once. For instance, it seems Tavistock was behind the whole "flat earth" phenomenon that got out of control last year and has since died completely down. They push low-quality nonsense like this to destroy the conspiracy forums, destroy the quality of general discussion in real life, and get people divided and conquered about nonsense issues, while real crimes of humanity go unchecked and unnoticed.

I think Tavistock is one of the primary organizations intentionally ruining forums on the internet, not to mention the effect it's had on mainstream media.

NZHerald.co Beats the Madeleine McCann Drum - She was reported missing in Portugal May 3, 2007 aged under 4 yrs and has since emerged as CP model Miss Alli - Scotland Yard and the MSM spurn the evidence like they spurn proof the MLK's and Andy Warhol were part of the JFK assassination - Jews did 911 by RoxannaHardbutt in news

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That photograph is garbage that proves nothing...

Also why do you say "jews did 911" at the end of everything when it's unrelated to what you're talking about?

"War is a racket. It always has been... a few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it...." - General Smedley Butler by magnora7 in quotes

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So then how does one take the profit out of war?

There are many profiable things about a war, the sale of weapons, the winning of spoils of war (which makes Blitzkrieg-like strategies possible), and the re-building of everything after the war, as well as repayment of debts associated with all those.

How can humanity get itself in a situation where all of those options no longer are profitable? Question of the millennium.

Eleven CIA Democrats Won House Seats by Orangutan in politics

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Wow good catch

The cycle of Calvinism. by RavAshi in atheism

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Someone should make a comic "Calvinism and Hobbes"

Candy Desk by Mnemonic in politics

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Ha, I love it. How interesting. Thanks for showing us this