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Imagine the Universe w/o Laws

Nature is Governed by the Laws of Nature/Physics. Those Laws have to be stable and uniform in order for the Universe to exist. They need to be stable & uniform so that the life within it can predict the outcome of their actions.

The Laws of Nature do not change under normal conditions and the conditions where they do change are hypothetical given our limited understanding of how the Universe began and how it might end.

The Laws of Nature are Uniform. The Law of Gravity treats everything the same and can be predicted exactly as long as all the variables are known. The Ideal Gas Laws are also stable and predictable, as are ALL Laws of Nature.

While I think the concept of Anarchy is inviting, it's not in the practical sense. I think much of the disconnect comes from people needing or wanting Government to set their course rather than just be the boundaries. Some may call that anarchy, and with a major population of dullards it would be, but that would soon devolve into the Central Planning that we see and hate today.

A major key to ridding ourselves of Central Planning, Authority, Ownership is getting people to see government not as someone else or group dictating the Course or Route, but rather the limits on where we can go. Those limits should be directly tied to Right Infringement and areas that Promote Violence and Chaos. When outsiders attempt to bring violence & chaos into our borders, then we deal with them in a manner that ends the incursion quickly and with finality.

I have a very good argument that it is our Government that is introducing violence and chaos into our communities and therefore it is time to replace it.

Was I born a skeptic

or did the world make me this way?

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

Suzanne makes me dizzy

I'll have to watch again.

In 11:42 she fails to explain

anarchism as well as Stefan or Murray or Larken could do in 30 seconds. But, this is what TED has devolved into.

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I think she does a rather good job of

projecting a vision of panarchy to an audience of total neophytes.

English isn't her first language


hey, I logged on specifically to post this, then,

I see this .D

though, given the option, I would never 'choose' to be 'governed' by TED, of course, I get that she was simply trying to make a point that one should be able to choose any type you want.

Still, quite a journey for the potty mouthed AnCap lass with a Swedish Visa!

This is just one example of her past works; wouldn't be surprised if she had some intelligence ties, though: http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/resources/SR%20300.pdf

Check this out; she's permanently banned from re-entering US, even though she owns property here, been a US Govt contractor since age of 22, all because a 'border control' turd tinpot dictator wannabe maggot didn't like her 'tude' and where she's been to on behalf of US govt (as stamped on her visa), and because she overstayed her stay by ONE day! Seriously, I would never in a million years hire these govt terrorist primates, to clean the floor let alone man a cash register...especially to man a cash register!

Still, she's f'ng hilarious; check out what she wrote:

Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof's hassle with Immigration

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Via Susanne's facebook page. Copied with her permission. Seems no Dream Act stuff for her.

Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof

Dear U.S. Government,

Greetings from Bahamas!

Over the years I’ve had the pleasure to interact with you on multiple occasions. The most recent one was two days ago, at the US border control in Nassau, Bahamas, when I tried to fly back to Washington.
It started out in the same passive-aggressive but rather innocent way as all border control interactions do – the officer was looking with a perplexed air between my passport and me. I know what it looks like - a young woman with a Swedish passport, a distinctively non- Swedish name, accent and look, who’s going to US, with a vast collection of ‘axis of evil’ visas. He stared at me and said ‘So… What were you doing in PAKISTAN?’ with an ‘aha, got you there’ air on his face.

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"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul