Periodic Dosage of Xah (三教九流十八班 —— 李杀)

Once upon a time there was Diary, and similar were logs, journals, travelog and such forth. In our info age, it is called blogs by inept computing geeks. To keep in sync with humanity of fashionable business and nomenclature novelty, mine is called Periodic Dosage. This periodic, is bent on to inform the informed, and educate the educated, of all things and social things and ethological things.

Nikita Klæstrup

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Nikita Klæstrup
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Nikita Klæstrup

Politics outstripped by breasts of conservative student politician Nikita Klaestrup By Anne Kirstine Rønn, English Version Seraina Nett. @ http://universitypost.dk/article/politics-outstripped-breasts-conservative-student-politician

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Nikita Klæstrup

Nikita Klaestrup's blog https://instagram.com/nikitaklaestrup/

more of her http://imgur.com/a/knGCv/noscript

reddit discussion

A Unapt YouTube Star, Fat Francis, Boogie2988, Steven Williams

Jimmy Carter: The U.S. Is an “Oligarchy With Unlimited Political Bribery” By Jon Schwarz. @ https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2015/07/30/jimmy-carter-u-s-oligarchy-unlimited-political-bribery/

Eyes Wide Shut Screenshots

Sam Harris vs Bruce Schneier https://www.schneier.com/essays/archives/2012/05/to_profile_or_not_to.html

Sam Harris vs Noam Chomsky http://www.samharris.org/blog/item/the-limits-of-discourse

state of the web 2015 by Tim Mcdonagh
The Web We Have to Save: The rich, diverse, free web that I loved — and spent years in an Iranian jail for — is dying. Why is nobody stopping it? By Hossein Derakhshan, Illustrations Tim Mcdonagh. @ https://medium.com/matter/the-web-we-have-to-save-2eb1fe15a426

XKEYSCORE: NSA's Google for the World's Private Communications By Morgan Marquis-Boire, Glenn Greenwald, And Micah Lee. @ https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2015/07/01/nsas-google-worlds-private-communications/

Reading Notes on 《Intimate Behavior》 (repost)

Third World Blind

Cappadocia

Derinkuyu underground city

AIDS/HIV World Map (updated)

China Air Pollution Map

Hatton Garden safe deposit burglary

In April 2015, the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company, an underground safe deposit facility in London's Hatton Garden area was burgled.[1] The burglary occurred during a period in which both the Easter Bank Holiday and Passover coincided. The police first announced that the facility had been burgled on 7 April,[2] and reports based on CCTV footage state that the attack on the facility commenced on April 2.[2][3] The theft is being investigated by the Flying Squad,[4] a branch of the Specialist, Organised & Economic Crime Command within London's Metropolitan Police Service.

The total stolen may have a value of up to £200m.[4][5]

Hatton Garden safe deposit burglary

《Tomorrow Belongs to Me》 Cabaret Screenshots

Nelson Mandela on USA (on its own page)

What Happened to Jennycam?

“Jennicam's Jenni on Letterman's Late Show”

what happened to Jennycam?

She just withdrawn, and no internet presence.

Voice interview in 2014. 〔#5 Jennicam The internet's first real celebrity. By Gimletmedia.Com. @ http://gimletmedia.com/episode/5-the-jennicam/

Moulin Rouge, C'est Féerie 🎶 (minor update)

#humanity #art Apocalypse Now, chopper attack scene, and meaning the 《Ride of the Valkyries》

2013 Russian Meteor Event 📺 (repost)

demonic males book cover
Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence

Censorship: Illustrated Guide to ESRB (repost)

Mickey Mouse Copyright Nation: on Copyright and Its Duration (repost)

the Glorification of Female with Limblessness (updated)

Las Vegas Travelog: Caesars Palace (major reformat)

Psychology of the Internet

《This Video Will Make You Angry》 by CGP Grey
《This is Phil Fish》 (Psychology of the Internet)

Milk, Tits, Caryatids

imagine of a scenario of society, such that everything anybody do is public info, to the extend possible. What would such a society be like? how would human behavior change, if any.

94 Photos of Iraq War, page 1 hits reddit. Updated.

Vexillology of World Cup 2006

Christianity, Islam as Violent Cults

(oldie) Prussian Blue ♪《Victory Day》 🎶.

Curse of knowledge

The curse of knowledge is a cognitive bias that leads better-informed parties to find it extremely difficult to think about problems from the perspective of lesser-informed parties. The effect was first described in print by the economists Colin Camerer, George Loewenstein and Martin Weber, though they give original credit for suggesting the term to Robin Hogarth.[1]

From these origins, economists Camerer, Loewenstein, and Weber first applied the curse of knowledge phenomenon to economics, in order to explain why and how the assumption that better informed agents can accurately anticipate the judgments of lesser informed agents is not inherently true, as well as to support the finding that sales agents who are better informed about their products may, in fact, be at a disadvantage against other, less-informed agents when selling their products.[3][4] This is said to be because better informed agents fail to ignore the privileged knowledge that they possess, thus “cursed” and unable to sell their products at a value that more naïve agents would deem acceptable.

Curse of knowledge

Dunning–Kruger effect

If you’re incompetent, you can’t know you’re incompetent. […] the skills you need to produce a right answer are exactly the skills you need to recognize what a right answer is. —David Dunning

The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias wherein unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than is accurate. This bias is attributed to a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their ineptitude. Conversely, highly skilled individuals tend to underestimate their relative competence, erroneously assuming that tasks which are easy for them are also easy for others.

Dunning–Kruger effect

in social and leadership situations, stupid + confident ≻ smart + unsure

Population Under the Firmament

National Geographic Paints a Pretty Picture (repost)

what is water boarding?

what is water boarding?

it's a torturing method.

you bind the man on a table, put cloth over his face. Pour water on it. sounds mild. The effect is controlled drowning.

the word “water boarding” is new. A euphemism. The method dates to at least 1950.

here's a description from CIA:

In this procedure, the individual is bound securely to an inclined bench, which is approximately four feet by seven feet. The individual's feet are generally elevated. A cloth is placed over the forehead and eyes. Water is then applied to the cloth in a controlled manner. As this is done, the cloth is lowered until it covers both the nose and mouth. Once the cloth is saturated and completely covers the mouth and nose, air flow is slightly restricted for 20 to 40 seconds due to the presence of the cloth… During those 20 to 40 seconds, water is continuously applied from a height of twelve to twenty-four inches. After this period, the cloth is lifted, and the individual is allowed to breathe unimpeded for three or four full breaths… The procedure may then be repeated. The water is usually applied from a canteen cup or small watering can with a spout… You have… informed

you can find more info and references in Wikipedia

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vice.com journal

a friend recommended:

Vice.com

Vice is a print magazine and website focused on arts, culture, and news topics. Founded in 1994 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the magazine later expanded into Vice Media, which consists of divisions including the magazine and website, a film production company, a record label, and a publishing imprint. As of October 2014, the magazine's Chief Creative Officer is Eddy Moretti, Andrew Creighton is President, the editor-in-chief is Rocco Castoro[2] and documentary filmmaker Andy Capper is the Global Editor.[3] As of October 2014, 29 Vice bureaus exist on every continent except Africa and Antarctica.

The editors have championed the “Immersionist” school of journalism, regarded as a DIY antithesis to the methods practiced by mainstream news outlets, and the monthly publication is frequently focused on a single theme.

Noam Chomsky: Julian Assange deserves applause By Noam Chomsky. @ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/interviews/Noam-Chomsky-Julian-Assange-deserves-applause/articleshow/15621507.cms

today's Veteran's day. Apropos: Bonus Army eviction. Li Ao on Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989

Assange: Google Is Not What It Seems By Julian Assange. @ http://www.newsweek.com/assange-google-not-what-it-seems-279447

ebola in US: don't touch. don't touch anything touched. If touch, die in 10 days. Ebola virus disease in the United States

I ain't that nigga trying to holla cause I want some head. I'm that nigga trying to holla cause I want some bread.

50 Cent ♪《PIMP》 (rap song) 🎶

1932, USA. What should government do when riot gets big? run tank, or risk revolution? Li Ao on Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989

social network happy meal

social network is such that, when u post strong opinions, u alienate friends. So, posts become happy meals. Would u like to super size it?

i sure alienate lots friends, online or otherwise. One post on puzzy sks politics then boom, half of followers of great white male goody2shoes's gone. One screech about Abrahamic religions fk, boom, half's gone. Then, there's the white male programers “zen & tao & yoga & meditation will save the world” fks. Boom. gone. One nasty about python, and boom, all python loving supporters are wavering. And, there's the Common Lisp fkhds, refusing to die. And, there's FSF and Open Source lying-thru-the-teeth fkheads, human freedom by day, 4chan & pirating by night.

Ferguson Riot Twitter Fight: Amnesty international vs CSIS

Amnesty Ferguson riot 2014-08-19
Ferguson Riot Twitter Fight: Amnesty international vs CSIS

xah rumination extempore = psychological pathology

while i was doing my usual 《xah rumination extempore》, now and then i go out of my way to validate my validity, just to be sure i'm made of steel underneath. 'tis then, i discovered, rumination is actually a psychological pathology! OMFG, erudition has its costs.

Rumination is the compulsively focused attention on the symptoms of one's distress, and on its possible causes and consequences, as opposed to its solutions.[1] Rumination is similar to worry except rumination focuses on bad feelings and experiences from the past, whereas worry is concerned with potential bad events in the future.[1] Both rumination and worry are associated with anxiety and other negative emotional states.[1]

Rumination (psychology)

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