Thursday, May 4, 2017

Stephen Hawking Hoax

by Miles Mathis:

Stephen Hawking
died and has been replaced

“I have written several papers critiquing Stephen Hawking, including a long one on his Brave New World series for the BBC. But this is my first paper really linking my science research with my faked events research. I will use simple photo analysis and facial analysis to quickly show you the current Stephen Hawking is not the same person as the original Stephen Hawking.

This should not surprise you too much, especially if you know something about ALS. ALS is Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. We are told Hawking has had ALS for over 52 years, which is a record by many decades. Jason Becker is the only person I have heard of who has lived more than 20 years with the disease, so there is about a three-decade difference between the longest survivor and the second longest survivor. That is a more than 100% difference between first and second place. It would be like Justin Gatlin running the 100 meters in 9.8 seconds, and Usain Bolt beating him with a time of 4.5 seconds. In other words, statistically it doesn’t happen.

The average survival time for ALS is four years. When Hawking was first diagnosed in 1963, doctors gave him two years to live. And yet here we are, 52 years later and counting. Should you believe it? Well, no. Like Becker, it appears the real Hawking did beat the odds and live for about 20 years. But at some point he was replaced. I have no proof he died, but I assume that is why they replaced him. He was a very useful public relations entity for physics, and they didn’t want to lose him.”

 I think that there has been more than one Hawking impersonator and even these two, in photo above, are different guys, neither of them is real Hawking.
Real Hawking

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Decline of Google Plus trough my eyes.

I'm  kinda tired of social networks, yesterday had deactivated fb account, no particular reason just that I couldn't delete photos in a bulk which made me annoyed, but otherwise all had become over complicated and saturated with stuff I'll never going to need, I'm sure they're in fact there just to make us feel stupid. Nowadays you need to take course just to use social networks.
I'm not sure about G+, I'm mad at myself because I was deceiving myself that I'm not just wasting time and some practical use will somehow appear. But that's BS, even when you imagine best possible scenario it's still a crap, for example, to try to bring anyone who still reads this closer to my point, if I made this plain text post no image included, it would go completely unnoticed and even with the image, it don't stand much better chances for getting attention.

 It would be wrong to say that value of social networks has declined, it simply was never there, not even in extreme cases like when everybody is tweeting some major event, we are wrongly lead to believe how that itself was big event, but looking at the effects produced by, it says otherwise. I mean there were some good stuff like Anonymous or findings of missing persons and educational value, which primarily belongs to (University of) YouTube ;-) and generally and less convincingly some narrow-interest communities but as for linearity, it's just that.
What that means is the concentration of general public attention to fewer channels, general public which with globalization also gets its value greatly diluted. You'd want your followers to be from your proximity and that's where little of value, that fb actually has, lies. Now the fact that fb worth's amounts zillions doesn't mean much to me, IMO it's just like that fiat currency that's represented with, but that's exactly where G+'s devaluation is.

I'm by no means expert in this field and I'm more likely than not to be wrong but I'm going to express my opinion anyways. It's funny because I'm thinking I would know or see situation around social media better if I knew less or if I came yesterday on internet, how else could it be, I'd wander. But there was a great euphoria back when G+ was new  it was much better than fb, somehow clean and you could freely connect with foreign people unlike on fb ...and many other nice things like circleshare, thus I hesitate several months joining those, so naturally you'd expect people will migrate and unpredictable future will bring something nice, but it won't.
In retrospective, almost 4 years since I came to internet, (I came only because of fb, to connect with "real" friends), it wasn't an easy ride. Most of people tend to forget their first steps and I would too if it wasn't for embarrassing memory of me asking software engineer how to create fb account, in my defense, I did not had computer nor access to internet but still wanted the account and as no one could give me straight direction, I went to best. He was my friend so it wasn't like I knock on some doors lol but even he didn't know how explain that simple task to someone completely tech illiterate. So I gave up on creating fb account until I came in possession of laptop and internet connection. The whole memory then becomes vague, I was like George of the jungle but I somehow managed to create account, my tactic was to sign in where ever I saw "sign in". I in fact had G+ account months before I started to use, I didn't know what it is, I thought it was some kind of notepad, I'd open profile page and go like, WTF is this, then I found post section where I was able to randomly type letters pressing keyboard annoyed and that was my first post, of course they suggested me to create blog because "it would be such a waste not to". So I did and still didn't figure G+ is social media until days later I accidentally clicked home page and saw some "what's hot" post.

I remember conundrum meme that was later around about how G+ was created, Google executives like brain storming: "trouble with facebook is that everyone is there, lets create social network where is no one" but I believe G+ was made as convergence of needs for their BlogSpot, YouTube and maybe even Gmail (idk I'm no expert) and only then that their ambition had grown and also with it the pointless investments in G+. That's not how things on internet works, in a spirit of how it was created, you make space, or platform if you will, for people to use and you step back, there's no cultivating while is infant, you interfere less as possible, you cut your expenses also as much as possible and you wait, for ten years if necessary. G+ has and will always have its place, it is not a dead weight like some are proclaiming but you also can't force it upon people. It's clear that it's never rival the fb and for a simple fact that most people, 90% I shall say, of fb users are internet illiterate, they came about just like me and don't know how or don't have time nor interest to venture further into internet depths.
Later, about year and a half into being genuine G pluser, I wanted to act upon "invite your friends and family" policy, G+ has had, so I created account for my father (Djordje Majetic) but then I realized how difficult would be to teach him as he never been on internet and I gave up keeping the account for myself, but later I created him another one just so he could have benefits on YouTube. I show him home page and didn't tell him much other, btw he's born 1955, now it's been around year since, maybe even more, nothing. He didn't touch anything, he watches YouTube vids and reads news paper web page, biggest adventure was to birds loving forum and a gory head chopping web page (don't know how he found that).

      The recent change of Google+'s templates, which can be seen as cutting on the expenses, looks very unplanned, yeah it's that bad, I won't even go into criticizing sure there will be a lot of critiques around but I had stop already posting to my "collections" and I feel very stupid ever making those, on my Djordje Majetic account I had completely delete them and almost had deleted that account as it become more of the frustration, it's connected with this one and already had few warnings for seetrough shirts, nipslip, and one flyaway pubic hair, all that was banned so that families who are not there would be protected. Oh I waned to make good genuine post but I'm just over my head, thank you if you have read this, what else to say, I mean look at this:
Only creator could love that :DD, pun intended lol stay well!!

Friday, October 3, 2014

Woman Plants Potato in Her Own Vagina

Woman Plants Potato in Her Own Vagina

A 22-year-old woman was brought to a Colombian hospital after complaining of severe abdominal pains. Doctors were shocked to discover a potato and its roots inside her vagina was the source of the problem [via Colombia Reports].
The potato was not there for naught: "My mom told me that if I didn't want to get pregnant, I should put a potato up there, and I believed her," the unnamed patient said.
The potato had been in utero for about two weeks, which was enough time for it to grow roots inside her vagina. The offending morsel was removed easily without surgery, thankfully. Sources at the hospital blame the woman's mother for giving such misleading advice and the country's sexual education policies as well.


Monday, July 7, 2014

Tunnel in France Transforms into Surreal Wonderland

For the Festival of Lights in Lyon, France (or Fete des Lumieres Lyon), which begins on December 6 and runs through December 9, the Tunnel of La Croix Rousse will be transformed into a surreal wonderland. With light projections, the 1.8 km (or 1.1 mile) tunnel turns into an outdoor gallery. Says Georges Képénékian, Deputy for Culture of the City of Lyon, "It will be the first time in Europe that one combines the functionality of a tunnel with an innovative creation. People should even forget they are in a gallery."
Masters of illusion and trompe-l'oeil, Skertzò will present Anamorphosis, a sequence of video images that will be projected onto the walls and the roof of the tunnel for pedestrians and cyclists to discover. Some of the scenes visitors can expect to find include a plant world, river courses, and the surrounding area of Croix-Rousse soaring…

Tunnel in France Transforms into Surreal Wonderland


 Tunnel “modes doux” 

 Fete des Lumieres Lyon website


Other work: 
Lyon : et la lumière fut !


Saturday, July 5, 2014

Why are Europeans White?

Human beings are very adaptable to exposure to sunlight. Melanin production can shift in a population in as little a three thousand years, a heartbeat in evolutionary terms.  Many people think that the white skin of Europeans is an adaptation to the cold.  It is not. The body shape of Inuit people and the eye folds of east Asians are adaptations to the cold. The European’s white skin is an adaptation to lack of sunlight.  Now, of course, the further north one goes the less sunlight you receive but the native peoples of the far north, the Inuit, while much lighter than peoples living near the equator, are much darker than Europeans. Here’s why:
All white people originated in a small area of central Asia around the Baltic and Black seas.  This area is unique in the world.  Due to prevailing wind and ocean currents it is very dimly lit relative to other places in the same latitudes. However, the warm currents also make it warm despite the low light.  Why is this important?  Because cereals grow in this region as the result of the relatively warm temperature.  Most people living in this kind sub arctic  light must eat meat because grain will not grow.  The people of the Baltic region were cereal eaters.  You don’t get vitamin D from cereal the way you do from meat and animal products so it must come frm sun exposure. So, to increase the production of vitamin D from the dim light these people quickly lost their melanin, not just in their skin but eyes and hair as well in a process known as “neotony”.
Human beings of all races are often born with light skin and hair and blue eyes which darken shortly after birth.  Sometime about 14,000 years ago this population was introduced to a genetic mutation which preserved this infantile state into adulthood. Another more controversial theory is that this adaption to low sunlight was inherited from the Neanderthal through interbreeding. The decoding of the genome of neanderthal indicates that they also had low levels of melanin and red hair and ruddy skin. Perhaps, this isolated pocket between these two seas and the Caucasus  Mountains was the last refuge of Neanderthal. In any case these pale people remained in their dark homeland eking out a marginal existence for about nine thousand years barely surviving.  Then suddenly they burst out from this place in all directions conquering their way across the continents of Asia and Europe in what was known as the Aryan invasions. A remnant of these people still remains in this area known as the “Circassions”.  Converted to Islam in the 18th century, they are renowned for the beauty of their women and the warrior spirit of their men. Source
                                                                                Sunburns: Kim Kardashian

Melanin is a pigment that is being found in most organisms. In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of skin color. It is also found in hair, in the iris of the eye, at the inner ear and some parts of the brain.
The melanin in the skin is produced by melanocytes, which are found in the basal layer of the Epidermis. Although, in general, human beings possess a similar concentration of melanocytes in their skin, the melanocytes in some individuals and ethnic groups more frequently or less frequently express the melanin-producing genes, thereby conferring a greater or lesser concentration of skin melanin.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

What does the term ' stink eye' mean?

From Urban Dictionary
a look of contempt or disdain. a loaded glance.

"Look, I'm sorry but that's the way it is. Stop being (like that). I see you giving me the stink-eye". 

Photo example:  

Funny helmets

Protect your real bald head and brain while riding your motorbike with this crazy helmet.

 Igor Mitin, creative director of the brand agency GOOD! created these fun product design of "experimental" motorcycle helmets with custom prints. We love the bald head motorcycle helmet above, but are impressed with the rest of the collection, which won the 2011 Red Dot Design Award
 View more over at