Author: Paul Gordon Collier

The Soft Control Human Hack of the Private Market Rise of “Chip Culture”

Have you ever heard of the ‘Standing in Waiting Room” experiment?  If you haven’t, here’s the video of what I’m talking about, though I’ll also give you a brief summary of the video: In this video, the test subject does not know that everyone in the doctor’s waiting room, except for her, is in on an experiment. At the sound of a tone, everyone in the waiting room stands up, waits, then sits back down. The woman in the video at first is confused by this action, but, after a little time, she also stands up like everyone else.  One by one, everyone else in the room is called back to see the doctor until it just this one woman, alone. The tone goes off and, what do you know, she stands up, even though no one else is in the room.  Then, more people start to show up.  This time, these folks are not in on the experiment. The woman, with others in the room who are not in on the experiment (in other words, they’re not going to stand at the sound of the tone), continues to stand up at the sound of the tone. The people that have come in, after a little time, follow her example.  They all stand up at the tone, wait, and then sit down.  What’s more, after the woman herself is...

Read More

So You Want to Start a Revolution? From a Voluntaryist Perspective

So You Want to Start a Revolution? Paul Gordon has a candid conversation about what “revolution” or civil war in America means for people who want to replace the coercive enterprise (aka the State) with “zero, nada, zip, zilch.” In part one, he talks about the reality of now.  Exactly where is the community of liberty at this present moment in time and how equipped are they to handle “revolution” or “civil war?” In part two he talks about the future reality.  How would a person who advocates for replacing the coercive enterprise with “zero, nada, zip, zilch” fare...

Read More

Here Comes the Drone Rifles

In the war on privacy, the drones have taken the high ground recently.  But, the balance of power may have shifted once again to the side of privacy with the introduction of a drone rifle that can take out drones without actually firing a shot. The article focuses on how this will benefit law enforcement, but that works both ways.  Their drones are now targets as well. From Digital Trends The new DroneDefender uses radio pulses to disable a hostile drone within a 400-meter radius. These pulses interrupt the communications system of the drone, making it think it is...

Read More
Facebook Auto Publish Powered By :
Menu Title