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Old 20-08-2015, 12:48 PM   #1593
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Negentropic Chronicles - Episode 3 -

Episode Notes and Links:

9-11 Controlled-Opposition Super-Shill: Willie the Lying-Traitor "Boom" Rodriguez
Toshiro Mifune
Giovanni Fusco
Morris Pert
George Carlin
If 6 Was 9
Age of Manipulation
Lana Lokteff
Phenomenology of Ambient
Rowan Atkinson & Kate Bush
Thomas K├Âner
Henry Mancini
Rod Serling Talks to Bob Crane about "The Shelter"
Un Fiume Tranquilo
Brian Staveley Interviews Simon Shack of September Clues
Liona Boyd and Srdjan Givoje
Vincent Colaiuta
Valse Triste
Mike Malloy
A Poison Tree
Turn of the Century
Steve Gadd
ep133-Hoi Polloi of cluesforum
Simon Shack on Hoax Busters 01 16 2012
How Soon Is Now
September Clues (2008) - Simon Shack
September Clues Addendum - Simon Shack
KING KONG MAN Part II – the 21 foot jumper! – Simon Shack
25 Second 9-11 Truth Test for All Your Friends & Relatives
TOUR GUIDE to the September Clues Research -- Simon Shack
Beatniks in Newquay, 1960
Dennis Hopper on Petticoat Junction, 1964
L'Apocalypse Des Animaux
Sergio Leone
Mike King on Jeff Rense 07 22 2015
Chris Kendall & Jay Dyer
Alex Jones on Sandy Hook: "The Whole Thing was FAKE!!!" 01-13-2014
Alex "the Shill" Jones: September Clues is Total Bull
Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani 07 11 2012
Doors Interviews 1968
Herbert von Karajan
Warren Cuccurullo of Frank Zappa, Missing Persons & Duran Duran is a 9-11 No-Planer
1963 Chrysler Turbine Car

Negentropic Chronicles is dedicated to Kenneth Ray Kirkham (1952-2014) of "Kenny's Sideshow

"Identification works on the premise that words, symbols, and objects are directly comparable, that there is an appropriate specific word or picture for every reality, that word definitions held by others are identical to those held by ourselves. Each of these three assumptions about symbols is false, both on the street and in science." - Wilson Bryan Key

"Identifications works in two ways -- between words and words (symbols matched with symbols) and between words and things or people (symbols matched with perceptions of reality). Both are far removed from any describable reality at a specific time, place, or situation. Such identifications ignore process and change in both perceivers and their perceptions. Regardless of what we allege something or someone IS, the thing or person is never the words or pictures we use to describe our perceptions." -- Wilson Bryan Key

"Aristotle's contribution to the study of language was truly extraordinary for his time. Left alone, his logic would have undergone a natural evolution, along with science, technology and civilization. Unfortunately, his ideas served the structures of power and profit too well. They were assimilated by scholastic philosophy during the Middle Ages and ultimately enforced as church doctrine by the Inquisition. Even after the Reformation, Aristotelian laws survived and continued to dominate Western thought and language.

Science and technology finally broke free of Aristotle in the early twentieth century, primarily through mathematics. A handful of sophisticated mathematicians and physicists skilled in the new areas of relativity and quantum mechanics rapidly moved science out of the dark ages where creative insights into perceptions had been theologically suppressed. Once the logic of Aristotle, the geometry of Euclid, and the physics of Newton were set aside, scientific progress could no longer be restrained. The verbal-pictorial-oriented sciences, however, remained entrapped in Aristotelian logic.

Euclidean geometry, for example, became a typical victim of progress. Euclid's proofs, like Aristotle's, were constructed from human language---verbal, mathematical, and algebraic -- and depended upon verbal/pictorial language, with pitfalls, fallacies, and hidden structural weaknesses.

Every word or picture has both a MEANING and DEFINITION, though the two are rarely congruent. The more frequently used, the more varied, complex, and contradictory meaning becomes. Definitions are constantly changing. Actual word or picture symbol usage is also guided more by unconscious than conscious associations. Euclid's definitions, as he initially appeared to intend them -- his axioms, postulates, definitions of point, straight line, circle, triangle, et cetera -- began to erode, modify, expand, constantly evolving first in subtle, then in major ways. After 2100 years, non-Euclidean geometry appeared in 1823 and continues to develop. Euclidean geometry became only a historical footnote read briefly during one's early mathematical education. Newtonian physics similarly disappeared in the face of relativity and quantum theories. Euclid and Newton fell, not painlessly but quickly.

Aristotle's laws, on the other hand, have hung on tenaciously and continue to rule broad areas of popular thought, legal doctrine, and the so-called social and behavioral sciences. They persist like an intellectual vise clamped tightly around the minds of millions. These laws govern the ways humans both KNOW and DON'T KNOW -- repress information that is not verbally definable in any relationship with reality.

The best way to use and misuse any language system is to approach it from the outside, from a counter-system. This strategy has not been overlooked by the media industries, especially those involved with mass communication -- advertising and public relations. Anyone skilled in the use of Aristotelian logic, and its non-Aristotelian counterlogic, can easily manipulate value systems, beliefs, attitudes, opinions, and behaviors." -- Wilson Bryan Key, "The Age of Manipulation"

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