The silent war has engineered civilization, implemented legal and financial tools within the system to dominate this realm and subjugate all people on earth.
The Monetary System is connected to all things in society, and it is in crisis.
Often I have posted evidence for the above statement, and gone on to focus on specific industries: (including, but not limited to) financial, political, military, manufacturing, food, medical, and science projects.
Like a nuclear reactor meltdown, the 21st century crisis is not going away and it is very bad.
The crisis will continue to spill toxic waste into the environment, and this compounds the crisis over the years…
This is the century to QUESTION everything from the establishment. ~Ron
July 30 2016, By James Corbett
You may have heard of “the crisis of science” recently. That there is something massively wrong with the way science is being conducted these days is not a fringe anti-science idea anymore. It’s being discussed in lamestream milquetoast publications like The Washington Post, The Economist and The Times Higher Education Supplement, and even mainstream science publications like Scientific American, Nature and phys.org.
So what is the problem? And how bad is it, really? And what does it mean for an increasingly tech-dependent society that something is rotten in the state of science? Let’s take a look at the problems facing modern science and what is at the root of it all.
The elephant in the room
Yes, there is an irreproducibility crisis in science. And yes, it is caused by rampant fraud and fudging of results. And yes, the fudging of results is motivated by the “publish or perish” academic environment. But what creates that environment in the first place? The answer isn’t difficult to understand. It’s the same thing that puts pressure on every other aspect of the economy: funding.
In order to get the big research grants, researchers have to prove their worth. In order to prove their worth, they have to publish. In order to publish, they have to come up with new and surprising results. In order to come up with new and surprising results they have to fudge their data. And when they fudge their data, their results are irreproducible. The base of this chain is the money.
Modern laboratories investigating cutting edge questions involve expensive technology and large teams of researchers. The type of labs producing truly breakthrough results in today’s environment are the ones that are well funded. And there are only two ways for scientists to get big grants in our current system: big business or big government. So it should be no surprise that large corporations and politically-motivated government agencies are paying for the types of science that they want.
Want to find a way to blow the head off a mosquito with a laser-guided suborbital rocket-launching satellite? The fine folks at Raytheon or Lockheed Martin or Northrop Grumman will be more than happy to write a check!
Want to develop the next generation battlefield-deployable fully autonomous combat robot drone? Then I’m sure DARPA can scrape together some grant money for you!
Want to find a way to decentralize the power grid so that communities become self-contained and independent?…Well, too bad. There’s no money in that.
So why does so much of the scientific community sign on to the GMO fraud or the climate change fraud? I can think of at least 7 trillion reasons.
The crisis of science is fundamentally a crisis in the way that science is funded. And like everything else, the answer to this problem is decentralization. Can we imagine a world of peer-to-peer science? Crowdfunded science? Open science? Well some people can. And are. But they’re not getting big corporate or government money to do it.
As with so many things, we stand on the cusp of what could be a true revolution in the long-prevailing norms of our society brought about by the vast online experiment that is the internet. But don’t hold your breath that fraud or corruption is going away any time soon.