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  1. We do not live in Europe, we live in North America. Germany, the UK, France and Belgium are not our Neighbors. Canada, and MEXICO are our neighbors. I would like to see a law passed called the "Sherman-William's Act". This law Bans giving Businesses from other continents, preference over Canadian and Mexican Businesses and labor. It Bans bringing products to North America, from another continent because of Unfair competition, and the introduction of predatory competitors into our domestic market. It Bans people and businesses from other countries and continents from purchasing our Businesses. It Bans Businesses from discriminating against Canadian and Mexican people, businesses and labor. It Makes it official, that the Government can only buy products made in the Americas. It Bans consumers from "Domestic Market Evasion" whereby consumers go to another continent and buy their products, or go online and buy products from another continent under the idea that it's better, (under the Sherman-William's Act), if you were to buy a product from another continent... for every $1 that you spent, you owe the American Government $2,000 in punitive taxes for "Domestic Market Evasion". So if my law were to be passed... there is no more of this "Mexico sucks" crap. Mexico is our neighbor, not Germany and we do businesses with our neighbors. The truth is, Mexico's labor is as good as any.
  2. Designing a species

    I would like to see a mammal reminiscent of a T rex... to see what it would look like. I'd start off with a T rex skeleton, and make a metal cast, use Clay to make its flesh...to put flesh on it.... Give it paws and claws... by taking the giant paw of a smilodon fatalis skeleton and making giant metal paw model, and attach it to the project... Change its leg structure so that it has the locomotion of a two legged mammal of that size. Give it modern carnivore teeth, probably like Smilodon... and a modern inner ear of a mammal... And give it the eyeballs, and nose of a Carnivorous predatory mammal, probably similar to a big cat. Take artificial fur semi Tiger pattern, or some other really wild pattern..... and attach it to the project. To see what it would look like as a mammal. What would it be like, if that was ever a living being ? What advantages would it have over other predators living today ?
  3. This is my explanation about humans today. Homo Sapiens came out of North Africa around 15,000 years ago. This isn't about the development from ape to anatomically modern human.. This is a layout about the Development of Modern Human thinking and behaviors that are exhibited today... This not only separates us from "Early Modern Human", but also defines our race through separation causing diversification, the development of the two great human cultural clades "East and West"... and various cultural and ethnic bases. (this is based on what I know, what I have read before). Stage 1 : The Stone Age. Paleolithic - This is the earliest part of the Human Stone Age, in which Homo Sapiens arrived in Europe in the form of Tribes, overtaking the Neanderthals over the course of thousands of years, and inheriting the earth. This part of the Human Stone Age is also the last part of the Pleistocene Epoch. Mesolithic- This is the part of the Stone Age in which Anatomically Modern, Behaviorally Early Modern Humans dominated the earth, entirely freed of competition from lower Human forms and began to populate and become advanced hunter gatherers using stone tools. This part of the Human Stone Age is the beginning of the Epoch that we now live in today, called the Holocene Epoch. Neolithic This is the last, and final stage of the Human Stone Age. During this stage in the development of Human Behavior towards how people behave today... Humans gradually stopped living as nomads, and began to live in stationary, hunter gatherer villages.. Using stone tools. It is during this stage of the Stone Age, that humans also stopped living as Hunter Gatherers altogether, and started becoming farmers. And then we also started to live in small societies, and not tribes at all.. but as open societies similar to how we live today. This part of the stone age is firmly within the realm of what is the modern Holocene Epoch. None of the iconic Pleistocene animals exist... the animals that exist are the same as what exists today. Stage 2 - The Bronze Age. In this state, Humans have Domesticated Animals firmly within their grasp and control, and these animals have long begun to take on Modern domestic behaviors. Humans also do not live as Hunter Gatherers, or Tribes... but as Agricultural societies. We do not use stone tools or bone anymore... we use Metal, and we have also begun to live in early urban environments.. We began to live in early cities now called "Ancient Civilizations". Humans also began to write, and develop a written language, and send hand written messages to each other. Stage 3 - The Iron Age. In this state, Humans have surpassed nature and now largely control it... Human populations have long become expansive and now we have the beginnings of early nations... Human Civilization now enters the "Age of Empires" And we now have the world's first centralized human governments, although undemocratic and mostly royal, The most powerful of which would prove to be the Roman Empire in the West, and Early Chinese society in the East. The Roman Empire is the birth infancy of what is today "Westernization".... The Chinese, the primary competitor is the foundation of the East. China started out way ahead in a lot of Areas... but was vastly outmatched by the Roman Empire, later on in the Roman Empire's western technological development. The Birth of Jesus, we all know the stories about it.. But what it actually did (whether he existed or not), is to further separate and define Westernization, Easternization, Christianity, Muslim and Judaism. The East had no concept of Jesus whatsoever. The Believers of Jesus would become what is called "Roman Catholic" the first Christians... the Non-Believers "Jewish". The Muslims take on a middle ground, between the two... believing Jesus to be not the Son of God.. but as Prophet. Northern Europe, is not yet westernized, and they still believe in their Pagan gods and have not grasped Roman Technology and Urbanization. Ultimately Northern Europe would be conquered by the Roman Empire, and Westernized, and then Christianized Roman Catholic. Chinese easternization takes root in Muslim society later on after the Death of the Roman Empire Which is why Muslim is considered an Eastern religion.. and not a western religion. The legacy left behind by the Roman Empire is there... The Holy Roman Empire represents the next stage in the Development of modern human behavior and culture.. with the tools given to them by being conquered by the Roman empire previously.. This would give rise to a powerful and advanced Northern Europe. This gives rise to several different factions within western religion and culture... such as Protestantism, in which Northern Europeans are no longer catholic... but now Protestant.. Such denominations as Epsicopal, and Methodist, and Lutheran and that sort of thing... British society would give rise to the concept of Common Law, Industrialization, and Civilization outside of Europe. This would give rise to a powerful Britain and a British Empire... that gave birth to the USA, and then later.. France that help free the USA from Britain... And within a few years after... a French Revolution that gave rise to the end of Monarch governments and Feudalism in Europe.. Giving birth to Western Republicanism, and Capitalism. But there is still one thing missing after the golden age of Northern Europe.... Americanization. Over the course of two centuries starting on July 4th 1776... a chain of events would further define westernization. The fall of Britain, and with it comes the French Revolution and the fall of Absolute Monarchies and the rise of Representative Republics. The Industrial Revolution and the end of the age of wooden sailing ships, the birth of trains and steam ships, the downsizing of agriculture and the birth of trade, and Henry Ford's automotive revolution. The concept that the Government plays a law and order role in the economy. The End of Slavery, at least legitimately. The Women's suffrage movement. The Civil Rights Movement. The End of Religion as the pivotal player in people's understanding of life, and the birth of Science and all its trials, errors, and occasional frauds that we laugh at today. Two world wars that would prove that people of Germanic heritage are not the master race and that Europe is no longer the host continent for the world's most powerful country or biggest economy. A cold war that proved that economies do best when people have freedom, and that economics is as important as anything else in politics. An American experiment that proves to some, but not to others.... that multiculturalism works with respect.
  4. A Productive economy

    In the terms of my Micronation.... Each and every single concept that I have created to base my economy on, has yielded a much higher standard of living than what exists in the USA. Producing all of the products ourselves without the use of robots, created a jobs boom, and also.... the following concepts have also made things much better than things are in the USA.. but creating less jobs. Having our cars designed in my micronation, but produced in the UK under Landrover / Jaguar has produced much better quality cars than Ford, GM and Chrysler. Having our clothes manufactured in France and Italy has produced much more fashionable, much higher quality clothing Having our electronics made in Japan and South Korea have produced a booming electronics market. Having European stores like Sainsburys, and Carrefour have given us much more job security at the entry level, and higher product standards. This is based on market research. These are what consumers and employees care about. So why does the USA continue to have its things made in China, Vietnam, Taiwan, Mexico, Indonesia etc etc etc ?
  5. Somebody on here told me that humans "gravitate" to the tropics because that's where humans evolved. First of all, that may be where Homo Sapiens originally evolved into basic homo sapiens with no modern variation. However... I find myself all but hibernating in the summer, I'm very inactive in the summer... I get tired easily, I sweat bullets, and I sunburn real bad. In the summer in this part of the USA.. which isn't even in the tropics. I'm far more active in the fall and the winter. I'm at my most active in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Canada, the swiss alps... in the winter none the less. I loved Antarctica when I was there.. Not even Europeans may be that in need of cold weather... But Europeans have not evolved their features in the tropics... So the tropics are unaccommodating to us. The last few winters that were dubbed by some as "really bad"... I did great in the upper Midwest... I went snowboarding and played ice hockey... and made a lot of money shoveling snow. So why would somebody tell me that people gravitate to the tropics ? Why would somebody "gravitate" to a place that is painful, and causes stress and anger ?
  6. A few years ago, I got sent home from the peace corps... when my supervisor asked me why I take so much aspirin today... and I said... "Well.... its nothing new... just another day trying to teach equatorial guinea that airplanes don't last forever, that houses are a product of wood and not a source of viable material for new things... that HIV can't be cured by the witch doctor, jobs create wealth and mud isn't a drink" lmao ! Why was I sent home over that ?
  7. a letter to a bum lol

    Because nobody who makes a million dollars a year would send jealous harassing phone calls to somebody who at best, makes a little less than that unless they're big... even though its still a great income.
  8. I got a phone call from somebody today asking me what its like to rob people... about my job as a real estate broker, and property manager. I hung up the phone. I traced the number, and I wrote down the mailing address associated with it. I printing this letter out... Dear mister retarded bum... I'm glad to be making a living, perhaps your stupid ass ought to try it sometime. If you think that you're disenfranchised in some way because I have a bigger brain than you, and that I owe you anything at all, please feel free to Contact the Sexton Associates law firm at 3900 N Front St, Suite 4, Fayetteville, AR 72703, their phone number is (479) 521-5894. Try to Sue me. And there is something I need you to know I don't care about you, I don't care if you died of cancer... So if you can't afford medical care, that's your problem, maybe you should have been a business professional like me, instead of a jealous retarded bum like you. That's what I wrote to him.
  9. Sapiens are the only living species of the genus Homo.All other species of the Genus Homo are extinct, making humans a pretty big failure compared to other Genus.For instances there are many living species in the genus Panthera, and Canis and there are two living species of the Genus Pan. That sounds pretty weak and short lived.But one species of the Genus Homo would rewrite the entire history of the Genus Homo, and pretty much just in the nick of time for the Genus. Homo Sapiens, and We're here to stay. Why ?Because we can eat nearly anything, are willing to eat nearly everything, can live in Antarctica, Can live on Ellesmere Island in Northern Canada... and all stops in between. We can (and do) live stationary, we can and do live on the go. We live in the wild, and we live in cities... and all levels of development in between, depending on what our personalities can take. The preemptively dominant form that our food comes in, has a conservation status of "Domesticated", raised by agriculture.... the holy grail of sustainability for large, ever thriving populations.... natures form of a nuclear reactor. We actually have the best diets of any animal, living or extinct in earths history.. because of Agriculture and our ability to improve agriculture...Cook our food making it easier to digest and get nutrients, and we're Omnivores.And we have a brain capable of recipes for complex, compound food, which is also the dominant form of human food, after domesticated and cooked. Its going to take an extinction event capable of nearly wiping out the insect population... to wipe out humans. Because of the species "Homo Sapiens". And you know what ? As much as humans lack physically... I'd much rather be a human, than anything else.I only have one wish.... I wish we evolved from the cats, WITH our brain and spirit. But to put our brain, into a skull supported by the best physical, natural weapons amongst all land mammals..Would be a bit grand standing. There is a downside to our brain. Our personalities vary, so its the hardest for humans to make friends. Our intelligence, while its the most useful, most invulnerable and most hardy tool that nature ever made, it also makes our brain the most illness, and malfunction prone of any brain on earth.Psychiatry and Psychology is by far the lowest priority of veterinarians... whereas in Human medicine, its a discipline all its own.That's how much our brain malfunctions, is prone to illness and failure, and faulty construction. So as Humans, we have combination of Resounding success, and of such dismal failure that it put all other species of us, entirely into the bowels of the fossil record too.:P
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