• Economics,  Health,  History,  Philosophie,  Politics,  Science

    ANTROPIA – the vision for a HUMAN future

    The main difference with CBDS (Central Bank Digital System) is that the central bank will have absolute control over rules and regulations regarding the central bank’s property. We also have the technology to enforce it. These two conditions are extremely important. It makes a huge difference compared to what cash is now.Augustin Carstens, general manager of BIS, Bank of International Settlements, the central bank of central banks Put in understandable human language, this piece of financial mafia gobledigook means, that if you are not allowed to spend money more than five kilometers from your home, then you will not be able to do that, and if it is deemed inappropriate…

  • Cultura,  History,  Poetry,  Science

    Notes on Goethe

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)The core of his philosophy of life: Man is not defined by what he is, but by what he does. Read with the quote in the picture, it means that ignorant people with power are the most horrible that exist. Most suffering we encounter is created by ourselves. Self-inflicted suffering, ie the romantic concept of the artist who has to suffer, be poor and die young of tuberculosis – or shoot himself, as one of his novel characters does – to be a real artist and a genius in the understanding of romance, was totally anti-Goethe. He was in control of his finances, he lived a…

  • History,  Ikke kategoriseret,  Philosophie,  Politics,  Psychologia,  Science

    Aliens

    A difficult and flickering topic that we have avoided far and wide on this blog.In fact, we have not avoided it, we have bypassed and rewritten it. I constantly constructively disagree with myself,for otherwise I would not venture out into the outskirts.I have endowed myself with a head-shaking curiosity,which does not exclude the possibility of the impossible. Reason(s) for the difficulty of the topic: It is difficult and almost impossible to verify, let alone gain direct experience. Even if we think we have some experience or experience, what is it then that we have experienced? In the absence of direct experience, we need to assess whether those who claim to…

  • Health,  History,  Politics,  Science

    Mass Hypnosis – How Couĺd it Happen?

    Today we need to learn a new word. Not only do we have to learn a new word, we also have to find out why so many people are still under the mass hypnosis that started in March 2020. The word is: Mass Formation We have heard various explanations for the phenomenon of Operation Lockdown. We may also have a reasonably certain feeling that this is an act of staged pathology on a large scale. A relatively young Belgian professor of clinical psychology at the University of Ghent, Mattias Desmet, who is also a statistician, has made an analysis that is uncannily accurate and answers the question in detail: Why…

  • Philosophie,  Politics,  Science

    The Babel Syndrome and the Two Timelines

    There are basically two existential threats to humanity (according to Jordan Peterson) The first enemy is nature in its ruthlessness.This is the original threat in the form of wildlife and natural disasters.The enemy was certainly not unequivocal, for nature could also be kind and generous. In the ancient cultures, the forces of nature were personified as gods who could be man-friendly or unfriendly if it suited them, or if man had transgressed against the laws of nature = the gods. One could view nature as a projection or at least a reflection of human nature, and it could be argued, that it is human nature that is the enemy. It…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Science

    The Blessing or the Curse of the Past

    When we enter a museum that exhibits the human past, the exhibition and the exhibitors want to give us the impression, that they have control of the past and that it is now packed down, categorized, hung with labels and put in showcases. Alas, the folly of the past and the ills of its people — or, oh, its glories and the greatness of men. Times of greatness and their remnants we are fine with, as long as it is about art. We can admire this without obligation. When it comes to science and world explanation, we are immediately more reserved, for the people of the past can not possibly…

  • Politics,  Science

    They were wrong ?

    Subtitle: They made mistakes from end to end – or they did not make mistakes and did so on purpose.A more condensed title could be: Science – mistake or forgery The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in a single decade than it has done for centuries of its existence so far.Nicola Tesla Physics lacks metaphysics. The child went out with the bath water. As the main paradigm of the Enlightenment, rationalism brought science into a centuries-long series of dead ends. Its starting point was a paradoxical form of irrationality that simply got the sticker: rational. How can a knowledge culture on rationing brands claim…

  • Economics,  Health,  History,  Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics,  Science,  Short story

    NedersteEtage World Map

    NedersteEtage.com has been visited by people in 80+ countries in The World: For all you lovely people out there bravely fighting with Google Translate, a whole bunch of articles has been translated.Look for the English_US flag.

  • History,  Science

    Darwin Debunk

    Fossils make very little sense in the Darwinian context.Darwinism has nothing resembling a direct demonstration of theory such as physics. Darwinists claim without hardcore evidence that evolution is based on chance and natural selection.David Berlinski Biological objections In physics, one can program a computer and simulate the consequences of one’s assumptions and theories. In biology, there is no such thing. Only if the computer is fed with non-Darwinian mechanics will it be able to produce and simulate biological life. Laboratory evidence is missing. When one studies a dog, it does not change over a long period of time, and there is no explanation for it in Darwinian theory. There should…

  • Economics,  History,  Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics,  Science

    The System is dead – time for solutions?

    We will not get around it. The system is definitely and seriously broke.It no longer serves people in the community.It now obviously takes the lives of people.Everyone can now see it – if they dare to choose to see. The system (those who created it) knows it.Their administrators and technocrats knows … something.They have consciously created or unconsciously co-createda wide range of blockages to human well-being and sovereignty. Law A basic blockage is the legal system.It is described in the article: Law of the Land and Maritime Law.This falsified legal system is international, even though it is locally rooted.It has many years behind it, and it permeates all aspects of…

  • History,  Science

    Climate – a Story of Politicized Science

    In 1988 came the announcement: now they wanted to solve the mystery of climate change. That was before the IPCC (United Nations Panel on Climate Change) was formed. Natural climate change was and is and will always be crucial to our living conditions, so it was apparently an important step. But when the first reports came out about the agenda, this was already derailed when it was announced that it was going to be about man-made climate change and thus the exclusion of natural climate change. This surprised many scientists, because the scientific world was becoming aware that a number of crucial and sometimes violent climate changes had taken place…

  • Philosophie,  Science

    The 76 Logical Fallacies

    Logic is the second step in the problem-solving three-part syntax called Trivium. It is part of the syntax of actual thinking. If thinking is to take place, you have to work out your general grammar, which consists of asking what, who, where and when. Without asking these questions and finding an answer, logic is irrelevant or poorly timed. Logic can only be called in when all grammatical and basic material has been obtained and aims to clarify and resolve internal contradictions. Logic is the question why? One could also say: how is the material connected ? but then conceptual confusion arises, because in doing so we have used the word…

  • History,  Science

    A Problem called Gravity

    Gravity is very poorly explained in the branch of science called physics.They assume that throwing an apple from the Tower of Pisa proves, that the mass of the Earth pulls the apple from upside to down. Is that so?There is Something rotten in the State of Physics. Now is physics class, and unlike primary school, it gets really fun! Sorry if you had great fun there, there are good teachers out there, but you know what I mean. It is about gravity, a force of nature that science has never been able to explain to satisfaction. We do not promise to explain it in detail, but we will try to…

  • History,  Science

    You Don’t Piss Off the Gods with Impunity

    It is impossible to get rid of. The idea of Atlantis, the sunken continent, the civilization that disappeared. Everyone knows the story in some form or another. For as long as we can remember, it has been placed in the categories of myth, fairy tale, legend. Simply because there apparently were no archaeological remains that could substantiate the phenomenon. But within the last approx. 15-25 years, the tale has begun to generate substantial solidity and assume the character of scientific investigation. Of course, Atlantis is also a mind image, an archetype. The subconscious and the human ego are a historical creature formed by a catastrophe so vast and devastating that…

  • History,  Politics,  Science

    The Energy Machine

    They call it Free Energy. There are basically two attitudes to the concept, and neither of them makes sense. The first position is mainstream science, ie physics, which flatly rejects the phenomenon based on their model of physics – again based on Newton and Einstein. It is supported by the funding authorities and the media, who, because their employees themselves are been taught 20th century physics in school, find no reason to either investigate or support anything else. It makes no sense. Skepticism is necessary. But there are two forms of skepticism: constructive and destructive. This is the last one. There is an abyss of difference: Wait a minute, I…

  • Health,  Philosophie,  Science

    In the Beginning was Sound

    This is an examination of the secrets behind frequencies seen in a musical perspective. Let’s start with a postulate. The six tones in the scale have a particularly universal frequency. This frequency is not relative, but absolute. Disclaimer:I already hear a whole opera choir of protests.NB! I do not throw around claims, and yes, I have a university degree in musicology / music science + various studies and educations behind me (violinist, conductor) + long practice as a composer, so I have thought a bit about what I say and write.NB again! I would not dream of beating your head and intimidate you with an academic title that is not…

  • History,  Politics,  Science

    Tartaria – The Forgotten Kingdom

    It cannot be said often enough. Without history, we do not know who we are, where we are going, and what we are capable of. History is human strength. Unfortunately, that is also the reason for our great weakness. Our history has been stolen from us. It has been hidden, forged and destroyed. In the best case, it is like an old machine that has ended up in a crowded barn where it has not been opened in a lifetime. The machine is littered with rags and dust, the pigeons have dropped dirt on it, and the metal is rusty. But once the thing is raised, it turns out that…