from the blog of friend and über-educator, Steve Sagarin… Thursday, December 18, 2014 Can Computers Think? Magical Thinking and Computer “Thinking” I asked my students if computers would eventually […]
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One of my very favorite people on this subject and one of my mentors in teaching. Steve Sagarin.
It is exceptionally difficult to know which of the two most destructive centres of social and cultural engineering to introduce first. They began and were at work at roughly the same time. They both exist and are operating at full-bore capacity today. One was/is the operative arm of the war machine, the banks, the propagandists. The other operates on the never-surrendered goal of a Freudo-Marxist world. They are each global and they use each other’s systems to enhance their own despite the fact that they may seem to be at philosophical odds with each other. In the end, it is likely that each believes it will best the other. For the moment, they walk in lock-step. They are indeed the left and right arms of the Predator.
Welcome to the 1st Annual International Bases Conference hosted by Miles Johnston. Guests included John Cowrie, Sarah Goodley, Kerry Cassidy, Mary Rodwell, Gary Haseltine, Simon Parkes, Mirjam Jones, Maria Wheatley, Cathi Morgan, Kieron Lee Perron, Matthew Williams, and David Griffon.
Mike Williams interviews Cara St.Louis for Sage of Quay radio.
I Mage In. “People who wanted their kids schooled had them schooled even then; people who didn’t didn’t. That was more or less true for most of us right into the twentieth century: as late as1920, only 32 percent of American kids went past elementary school. If that sounds impossible, consider the practice in Switzerland today where only 23 percent of the student population goes to high school, though Switzerland has the world’s highest per capita income in the world.”