Stephen E Arnold: Google: Do What We Say, Ignore What We Do, Just Heel!

Data, Education, IO Impotency, Knowledge

Google: Do What We Say, Ignore What We Do, Just Heel!
If this Reddit diagram is on the money, we have a great example of how Google management goes about rule making. The post is called “Google Can’t Pass Its Own Page Speed Test.” The post was online on June 5, 2021, but when Beyond Search posts this short item, that Reddit post may be tough to find.

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Mongoose: “How Did Democrats Wind Up Believing Such Crap?” – Bill Maher Blasts Liberal Media’s COVID ‘Panic Porn’

Education, Governance, Knowledge

Comedian Bill Maher used his HBO show once again to highlight some awkward ‘facts’ and ask some uncomfortable questions about media and politicians approach to COVID.

He rightly decries the politicization of medicine and the manner in which the media has been a handmaiden of panic throughout. Let us hope that his monologue, transcript below, is a foreshadowing of what will soon emerge as the conventional wisdom.

See video and article HERE at ZeroHedge.

James Fetzer: What’s Wrong with Conspiracy Theories?

Education, Knowledge

The public has been fed an endless stream of attacks upon conspiracy theories, which, we are told, are supposed to be very bad for human beings and other living things. But precisely why is almost never explained. And when you consider that our political parties and the mainstream media indulge themselves in conspiracy theories, such as the claim that Russia interfered with the 2016 election (otherwise Donald Trump could never have been elected) or, alternatively, that Dominion voting machines were used to steal the election of 2020 (and otherwise could not have been defeated) are, in the first instance, promoted by the media (in spite of virtually no evidence at all) and, in the second, denied thereby (in spite of massive supporting proof). Both are conspiracy theories, where one appears to be true and the other appears to be false.

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Anthony Judge: Meta-pattern via Engendering and Navigating “Pantheons” of Belief?

Knowledge

Exploration of three-dimensional patterns inspired by mathematical experience of interrelationship

See links for table of contents below fold

Introduction
Emergence of a pantheon — cognitive or otherwise
Pantheons as patterns of cognitive N-foldness
Pantheon dynamics in a globalized semi-secular civilization?
Mathematical theology enabling the quest for a meta-pattern?
Complex equations forming “pantheons” of mathematical experience?
Polyhedra suggestive of arrays of requisite variety of pantheons in 3D
Configuring the 64 subjects of mathematics as a 64-edged drilled truncated cube
Exploring potential dynamics within a pantheon?
Engendering and navigating pantheons — “angelic” and “demonic”?
Pantheon as a psychosocial “O-ring” — speculatively understood?
References