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Concept of Public Security Bernd 12/15/2020 (Tue) 17:11:15 [Preview] No. 41612 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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I have watched these videos too many times to even count them I think they are brilliant. So I am making a thread about them. Can I get the opinion of our resident russian here what he (or she) thinks of the vids?

https://youtube.com/watch?v=kuf9d3sci-w [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=rtl7Zt_SU68 [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=3Jk_WM90NME [Embed]

http://dotu.ru/2005/09/09/about_cps_in_brief/

To put it simply, it's a mixture of geopolitics, psychology, philosophy, biology all intertwined. Highly fascianting to anyone, especially to bernds.
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Bernd 12/18/2020 (Fri) 14:30:03 [Preview] No.41642 del
>>41637
>There are theories that druids (at least Britain ones) were originally from pre-celtic cultures, and their tradition just remained when Celts come to islands.

from what I know most if not all information about druids is from romans specifically ceasar


Bernd 12/18/2020 (Fri) 16:19:17 [Preview] No.41643 del
>>41642
If we are talking about written sources, sure. I'm sure by now archaeology separated artefacts and remains tied to druidic religious practices.


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>>41631
>werent druids celts
And from Ireland?

>>41638
>We already gassed the druids and not soon enough in my opinion.

What was that one chapter in Berserk that had druids featured in it? Showed them doing some nasty things with a tree IIRC


Bernd 12/19/2020 (Sat) 00:57:33 [Preview] No.41662 del
>>41647
I never read Berserk, I tried watching the new anime but it was all 3DCGI and looked awful, I might read it at some point.


Bernd 12/20/2020 (Sun) 06:38:55 [Preview] No.41686 del
>>41662
It good. Art is really detailed and story very engrossing and engaging. I got that one chapter that just boiled down to "Jesus badz" and then I stopped reading it. Because forget it



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Reality - the most important subject Bernd 02/28/2019 (Thu) 09:48:13 [Preview] No. 23481 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Below you will find the extraction from the book of David Deutsch, "The fabric of Reality", which feels very appealing to my taste. What do you think about our ability to comprehend Reality in general, or about the book, if you've read it?

Now I return to the question I posed in the previous chapter, namely whether, if we had only a virtual-reality rendering based on the wrong laws of physics to learn from, we should expect to learn the wrong laws. The first thing to stress is that we *do* have only virtual reality based on the wrong laws to learn from! As I have said, all our external experiences are of virtual reality, generated by our own brains. And since our concepts and theories (whether inborn or learned) are never perfect, all our renderings are indeed inaccurate. That is to say, they give us the experience of an environment that is significantly different from the environment that we are really in. Mirages and other optical illusions are examples of this. Another is that we experience the Earth to be at rest beneath our feet, despite its rapid and complex motion in reality. Another is that we experience a single universe, and a single instance of our own conscious selves at a time, while in reality there are many. But these inaccurate and misleading experiences provide no argument against scientific reasoning. On the contrary, such deficiencies are its very starting-point.
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Bernd 07/17/2020 (Fri) 01:28:45 [Preview] No.38645 del
>>38636
Not really, because they are not what I actually think or believe. It's my brain trolling myself because it knows that I don't believe it and it knows it bothers me, that's also why it makes connections between things I like and hate, it knows it bothers me so if I do something good one day and something bad happens or I think or hear about something bad my brain will try to connect the two to frustrate me.

>>38640
It's probably better in the long run to just let it happen, I should be finding a way to fight the OCD not play along with it.

No, it's environmental. Last year I would not have even said I had OCD but just that I had some OCD like tendencies, then my living situation changed and stress came with that which triggered this and it can rapidly escalate. It tends to snowball, if you tell yourself that you tapped another key while logging in to the computer so you have to restart the computer then you will restart every time you do that from now on but on top of that if you do anything else while logging in you will add that to the list of things that you need to restart for, it's a slippery slope. But as I said, it's caused or exacerbated by my living conditions so once I find a new house it should get better.


Bernd 07/17/2020 (Fri) 04:24:55 [Preview] No.38647 del
>>38645
stress causing ocd sounds like a plausible explanation


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Bernd 12/13/2020 (Sun) 11:13:34 [Preview] No.41532 del
>>38647
From an evolutionary perspective it does as well, usually stress would entail danger so OCD like traits might really have helped our ancestors survive in situations like that.

Apparently it's linked to Neurogenesis as well, well that depression and schizophrenia. Stress can create chemicals that decrease the natural rate of Neurogenesis and it's been seen that SSRIs actually promote Neurogenesis and that if you give a patient(I think a patient but it might have been a mouse study) SSRIs yet at the same time you inhibit Neurogenesis then it does not cure depression, so it may be that is what causes it. Exercise also promotes Neurogenesis.


Bernd 12/13/2020 (Sun) 12:02:21 [Preview] No.41536 del
>>41532
as I can see it there is 3 explanations all can be valid.

vaccines causing damage to our brains. all these various heavy metals, plastics, animal hormones etc which damage the brain. autism rates have skyrrocketed for example.

stress which is just the bodys inability to produce enough energy. I myself can relate to this, I get mild ocd when life gets too hard. I used to look at it from a mostly metabolic viewpoint but I think the psykodynamic angle is the most important.

psycodynamic conflicts which are unresolved. which then cause disease. the usual theory what causes cancer is a load of bs to me, just like most things are a lie in the world today.

interesting article about serotonin and stress (brain energy)

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/serotonin-depression-aggression.shtml

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/dark-side-of-stress-learned-helplessness.shtml



Blogspot thred Bernd 04/03/2018 (Tue) 14:02:19 [Preview] No. 15577 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The boiling meat burned itself
I'm not happy of the results. Now the house smells like shit and the meat will be given to the dogs.
Good thing is, when going to the meatshop to buy steaks (because the thing that was boiling got its water evaporated), my complete overboard thinking on the ruined meal allowed me to talk to a nice looking girl.
But still, the meat is completely ruined. My mother was supposed to eat that.
Talk here about ocurrances in your life, good, bad and memetic
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Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 18:18:28 [Preview] No.41454 del
>>41451
I cannot open a window or door without them trying to push in, I constantly have to shew them out. True, I am happy they are taking care of rat problems but their shit is smelly.


Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 18:31:56 [Preview] No.41455 del
>>41454
Must be lots of cats around. Or maybe the old bloke made them got used to visit him.
Yeah cat turd smells bad. Do not step in it.

This thread is autosäging. We should use the "Casual talk" thread but I'm gettin 404 when I try to open it. Asked Odili to restore.


Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 18:33:36 [Preview] No.41456 del
>>41454
I'm not sure how to teach them not to enter, just roam around the house. Negative feedback can be used to teach them not to do things, but that selective angle (do this but not that) makes it difficult.


Bernd 12/10/2020 (Thu) 00:24:39 [Preview] No.41459 del
The thread is nice, but it is currently on autosage mode now. Gonna need a new one for bernds here

>>41270
I've gained some weight from staying inside and job searching, so I dunno if I can.


Bernd 12/11/2020 (Fri) 13:14:45 [Preview] No.41480 del
>>41459
Yes, we should use the Casual talk thread as above mentioned, but still 404, hopefully it will be fixed soon.

Well the more reason to do exercises. And try controlling your urges man.



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Bernd 11/17/2019 (Sun) 14:40:07 [Preview] No. 32352 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:01:48 [Preview] No.41421 del
>>41414
Well, it was only meant as a little bit of fun, after all this time the zip will be anticlimactic. The pw is ka^se^


Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:17:17 [Preview] No.41425 del
>>41421
Well it seems I don't have. Also never watched Rick and Morty.


Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:41:29 [Preview] No.41429 del
Also I might seem blunt now, I'm just tired and impatient.


Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 09:28:18 [Preview] No.41442 del
>>41429
>impatient
LMAO. It's been a year. I don't think even the saints had indefinite patience.
The Rick and Morty thing was more of a gag, because it's a show for super intelligent people.


Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 16:48:17 [Preview] No.41449 del
>>41442
Not because of the unsolved mystery.



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Bernd 06/24/2020 (Wed) 13:35:09 [Preview] No. 38057 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
At present the world lacks a place for valiant souls. Is this a realm of hell to exile valiant souls to then? So that they must be tormented in meaninglessness, unable to follow the path of the warrior. Or rather is this a world where there are no valiant souls to have a place to begin with?
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Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 17:59:39 [Preview] No.41278 del
>>41260
Cthulhoo is cute.
Wouldn't that big lobster crushed tho?

Also the vast majority of caves are unexplored as well. Not sure where I read it.


Bernd 12/06/2020 (Sun) 14:59:27 [Preview] No.41359 del
>>41240
>>41260
I kind of prefer a fat Cthulhu over the musclebound, almost superheroic-looking version we get nowadays. Looks more alien that way.


Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:10:52 [Preview] No.41423 del
>>41359
I've a pal who looks like fat Cthulhu. With tiny eyes and beard and fat.


Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:16:36 [Preview] No.41424 del
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I prefer to think of all such somewhat-anthropomorphic depictions as only symbolic and representational, as Lovecraft himself indicates, the octopus-dragon-squid Thing itself hardly describable with accuracy by human minds.
The bas-relief was a rough rectangle less than an inch thick and about five by six inches in area; obviously of modern origin. [...] Above these apparent hieroglyphics was a figure of evident pictorial intent, though its impressionistic execution forbade a very clear idea of its nature. It seemed to be a sort of monster, or symbol representing a monster, of a form which only a diseased fancy could conceive. If I say that my somewhat extravagant imagination yielded simultaneous pictures of an octopus, a dragon, and a human caricature, I shall not be unfaithful to the spirit of the thing. A pulpy, tentacled head surmounted a grotesque and scaly body with rudimentary wings; but it was the general outline of the whole which made it most shockingly frightful.

[...]
The figure, which was finally passed slowly from man to man for close and careful study, was between seven and eight inches in height, and of exquisitely artistic workmanship. It represented a monster of vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow wings behind. This thing, which seemed instinct with a fearsome and unnatural malignancy, was of a somewhat bloated corpulence, and squatted evilly on a rectangular block or pedestal covered with undecipherable characters. The tips of the wings touched the back edge of the block, the seat occupied the centre, whilst the long, curved claws of the doubled-up, crouching hind legs gripped the front edge and extended a quarter of the way down toward the bottom of the pedestal. The cephalopod head was bent forward, so that the ends of the facial feelers brushed the backs of huge fore paws which clasped the croucher's elevated knees.
[...]
The Thing cannot be described--there is no language for such abysms of shrieking and immemorial lunacy, such eldritch contradictions of all matter, force, and cosmic order.
[...]
Then, bolder than the storied Cyclops, great Cthulhu slid greasily into the water and began to pursue with vast wave-raising strokes of cosmic potency.


Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 18:31:37 [Preview] No.41426 del
>>41424
Lovecraft writing style is very mechanical. He gives precise descriptions of everything, but fails at the emotional impressions people suffer at the sights of these unspeakable horrors. He's a prime autist.



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casual talk threda Bernd 04/20/2020 (Mon) 20:23:45 [Preview] No. 36100 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
what's on your mind
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Bernd 09/03/2020 (Thu) 04:21:48 [Preview] No.39729 del
>>39728
Bernds are not satanists. Stop this now.


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>>39728
>>39729
>dank You Lord for Sowtan


sage Bernd 09/04/2020 (Fri) 21:09:28 [Preview] No.39778 del
>>39728
This is so lame


Bernd 12/07/2020 (Mon) 21:03:10 [Preview] No.41396 del
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Have you guys heard about these two countries? Brighton must be a Sub-Saharan African, Southampton probably is somewhere around Morocco.



Neandertals rule the world Bernd 11/20/2020 (Fri) 02:07:35 [Preview] No. 41080 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I watched this stuff a few years ago. some of it is fascinating but most of it is just nuts. Still I think it would interest perhaps a few bernds.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=BJeg0zeoums [Embed]

I like this video most, its kind of like an unintentional asmr with the rain falling.
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Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 18:50:57 [Preview] No.41213 del
>>41197
Those reconstructions have to be taken with a hint of salt tho.
>more sophisticated
Their tools were more crude. Well what we know about, stone tools. Large shortcoming of archaeology that only in special circumstances preserve organic remains. Certain building materials can disappear too (eg. adobe).


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 14:31:07 [Preview] No.41227 del
>>41120
>The possibility of using the biomass of animals that died naturally or were killed by predators for food was provided by a tough instinct that did not allow him to kill anyone.
This sounds familiar.
Since it's not the actual work of Porshnev it's little short on actual data (for example up to the 6th page - where I am now at the moment - zoological data is frequently referred to, but it isn't really there to know what is that data), and more on opinions, but an interesting read nevertheless. Now I have a little time, but not sure if I'm gonna finish, some stuff to do before it gets dark outside.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 17:17:57 [Preview] No.41231 del
>>41120
good text im reading it


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 19:12:05 [Preview] No.41232 del
Read some of that google translated article but haven't reached much further. Some articles about primates and how they perceive death, some observed behaviour; posting it since they are related to the early humans and their possible cannibalistic tendencies (in the article about Porshnev's work it's part of the scavenging habits of theirs).
https://www.livescience.com/6335-chimps-understand-mourn-death-research-suggests.html
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/gorillas-appear-grieve-their-dead-180971896/
So while it is known that primates sometimes consume deceased adolescent specimens, but it seems it depends more on circumstances. Furthermore they differentiate between the ones belong to their own group, and outsiders. And even outsiders aren't necessarily considered as a food source (the gorillas - the examples of the second article - are largely herbivores).
And one about Neanderthals and nidal and their burials, and possible burials.
https://www.sapiens.org/culture/hominin-burial/

The whole thing made me think if the notion that death is sleep roots in some taboo that we shouldn't eat the dead belonged to our group. "Stop my son, don't chew on grampa's toe, he is just sleeping!"


Bernd 12/05/2020 (Sat) 15:39:10 [Preview] No.41341 del
Made a pdf from the Google translation.



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Communitarianism Bernd 07/23/2020 (Thu) 06:37:16 [Preview] No. 38756 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I want to have a thread about Communitarianism.

What is Communitarianism?

Thesis/Problem:

Monopolistic-Crony CAPITALISM-Corporatism-Mercantilism

+/vs

Antithesis/Reaction:

Judaic-Talmudic COMMUNISM-Cultural Marxism-Kabbalism

=

Synthesis/Solution:

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

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Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 00:22:13 [Preview] No.41146 del
>>41143
>Is that really a prison?
Sure.
>Without noticing and knowing the difference between being in the prison and not it would lose the meaning.
For you, and other prisoners. I presume that was the point: you won't even think about getting out if don't know you are in. And obviously Sweden implies that not everyone is a prisoner! So there are still those who can tell the difference, the jailers themselves for one.


Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 02:56:26 [Preview] No.41149 del
>>41143
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panopticon

the panopticon is a good example I think.

"the fact that the inmates cannot know when they are being watched means that they are motivated to act as though they are being watched at all times. Thus, the inmates are effectively compelled to regulate their own behaviour."

read the wiki page attila


Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 04:09:18 [Preview] No.41150 del
>>41149
No, that's different. Knowing there is a panopticon already tells you that you are a (kind of) prisoner.


Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 18:58:38 [Preview] No.41158 del
>>41146
The whole idea behind prison is to give feedback to the prisoner that he was a very bad guy. Crime and punishment.
A person can be captive without being in a prison, slavery is a good example for that. And maybe I would rather use that term for what Swebernd suggested.

>>41149
They know where they are tho. Well, what he said: >>41150


Bernd 12/05/2020 (Sat) 09:37:35 [Preview] No.41321 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=JAgE1UnqTTw [Embed]

Good video of what communitarianism is

I liked larks description too, its tyranny with a smiley face :)



Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 09:56:26 [Preview] No. 41243 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Did you know that Herod the Great was actually an Arab? He wasn’t even allowed to enter the temple he build.
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Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 06:40:29 [Preview] No.41272 del
>>41256
>Lepers
>Why
They hoped to heal. Also they probably begged for alms.

>>41261
>>41262
Gonna check it out.

>>41264
>is that the same herod
Will depend on the timeline

>>41266
Try Caligula. :^) Maybe Life of Blian.
Read Josephus. It's basically the Old Testament and then some. I remember something about the Jewish guerillas (sicarios), turns out Life of Blian is historically very accurate in the question.


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>>41272
>Try Caligula
>is a 1979 erotic historical drama
I want a movie without sex please.


Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 18:57:15 [Preview] No.41280 del
What's the point of sex scenes in movies anyway?


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Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 19:15:00 [Preview] No.41284 del
>>41280
That depends. In Caligula, that's the main plot, me thinks.
Maybe it caters to the voyeuristic nature of people, and/or maybe movie makers exploit this curiosity.
This might be related to the gossipy nature as well. People like to know stuff about other people, and talk about these stuff. And they would gossip about everything they saw or heard, all the aspects of others' life. Sex is part of that.
And while we at life and what it covers, artists deal in the aspects of life, especially with those which involve emotion and/or desire, and a subset of this is sex.
As previous commenter above somewhere said, you can jump over those, fast forward and that's it.



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Thoughts on The Existence of The Multiverse Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 01:02:57 [Preview] No. 41175 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>I've been sitting on this idea for a while, and I wanted to see what other people thought about it.

We know that space is constantly expanding in every direction. We also know that the universe contains reality itself, along with time and space. Then, technically, wouldn't time and space be expanding as well? If it is, then reality would be expanding infinitely along with time and space, creating alternate universes and realities in its wake.

This made sense in my autistic brain, and I just wanted to see if it made sense to anyone else.
(This is my first time posting on endchan, so please let me know if this was posted on the wrong board.)


Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 01:24:35 [Preview] No.41176 del
jews are evil in every time line anon.


Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 06:37:08 [Preview] No.41178 del
>I've been sitting on this idea for a while
uncomfortable, wasn't it? i recommend you clean your behind next time you poop one of these