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Arizona, now Georgia. Both full of sound and fury, but signifying nothing.

@adam ITALY WINS!! Take that @Johncdvorak !! Adamโ€™s โ€œsuperiorโ€ sport knowledge kicks the puck in the basket!!

Either BLM just learned the definition of "Buyer's Remorse" - or people from the street just got hustled ... on a national scale. Damn!

REMINDER - "Cyber Polygon" - a simulation exercise of a global cyber pandemic by Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum starts today, July 9.

9/ Humans can be trained and conditioned quickly and relatively easily to significantly alter their behaviours - for better or worse.
10/ When sufficiently frightened, most people will not only accept authoritarianism, but demand it.

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5/ Anything and everything can and will be politicised by the media, government, and those who trust them.
6/ Many politicians and large corporations will gladly sacrifice human lives if it is conducive to their political and financial aspirations.
7/ Most people believe the government acts in the best interests of the people. Even many who are vocal critics of the government.
8/ Once they have made up their mind, most people would rather to commit to being wrong, than admit they were wrong.

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Zuby's 20
1/ Most people would rather be in the majority, than be right.
2/ At least 20% of the population has strong authoritarian tendencies, which will emerge under the right conditions.
3/ Fear of death is only rivalled by the fear of social disapproval. The latter could be stronger.
4/ Propaganda is just as effective in the modern day as it was 100 years ago. Access to limitless information has not made the average person any wiser.

Did you know nearly all French wine grapes are grown on vines grafted to root stock from Missouri? In the 1860s, phylloxera bugs threatened to destroy the vineyards, but roots from the US were resistant. Hundreds of thousands were shipped in and used to save the French vines.


Humans have been around for about 250k years and civilization for about 6k years. Not really but that long on an evolutionary scale. But this experiment proves that we have not evolved much either. We're still simple creatures, easily programmable on a mass scale. What this experiment should have also observed was amygdala size of the pre shower monkeys vs the final ones.

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