Miles Mathis reports.
I found another Supreme Court document dated August 31, 2022 (about two weeks ago) that is equally
fishy, since it isn’t written in the expected language. I guess we are supposed to believe Fetzer wrote it
himself, with no help from an attorney. That form is addressed to Justice Barrett, but Fetzer refiled it a
week later to Justice Gorsuch. He also must have filed a similar appeal on May 16, since that is the
date of the appendices linked above. I finally found it here, and it is not addressed to any specific
Justice. So it looks to me like Fetzer is making himself look stupid on purpose, peppering the Supreme
Court with multiple and poorly written appeals. He has become an Anti. First he questions the Sandy
Hook event, then blackwashes himself. It’s textbook. If you will remember, Fetzer tried to rope me
into this mess, asking for permission to use my research in his book on Sandy Hook. I said no, not
because I was afraid of a lawsuit, but because I didn’t want to be tarnished by association with Fetzer.
Good call, eh?
If you don’t believe in amazing coincidences or earthquake machines, what else could it be? How about a great day to do major mining or fracking explosions? Fill in some extra fear and a few fake stories and you have a major earthquake.
I do know people that did sustain some major shaking and interior damage due to falling unsecured objects in their house in the coastal area. This doesn’t mean it’s a major earthquake, however.
“Today in astounding coincidences: Mexico had a nationwide earthquake safety drill today to mark the anniversary of the Sept 19, 2017 M 7.1 quake and the Sept 19, 1985 M 8.0 quake. An hour after the drill, a M 7.6 quake struck,” she tweeted above a link to Mexico News Daily‘s earthquake drill story.
Note: ‘astounding’ in a human perspective doesn’t mean anything geophysically strange is up! Mexico is no stranger to large quakes (especially on the subduction zone), and the probability of date coincidences can be surprising, as in the Birthday Problem,” Labedz added, referring to probability theory.
For his part, National Autonomous University physicist José Luis Mateos, said that the probability of having three large-magnitude earthquakes on the same day was one in 133,225, or 0.00075%.
The word is because.
The Copy Machine study
The study became famous because it uncovered one of the most powerful words we use to drive our behavior: because. Langer’s work proved that as long as we could justify a behavior in our brains (“I’m doing this because…”), we would perform the behavior even if the reason didn’t make sense.
In his best-selling book, Influence, Robert Cialdini explained this phenomenon by saying, “A well-known principle of human behavior says that when we ask someone to do us a favor we will be more successful if we provide a reason. People simply like to have reasons for what they do.”
This article appeared before I thought I coined a new term.
Either way, it’s the first time I’ve seen the word in the msm.
Does the NFL Need a Fakeologist?
Already dealing with the concussion issue as a subset of labor-management negotiations, the NFL needs a standard to deal with fakeology and how owners, players and coaches mess with game time, not 32 different policies with voluntary standards set by each team.
They even spelled it right.
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