Happy 4th of July 2015 Everyone!!

Happy 4th of July 2015 Everyone!!


Rejecting Tyranny from Oppression and Declaring Freedom!

Who executes justice for the oppressed, Who gives food to the hungry? The Lord gives freedom to the prisoners. (Psalm 146:7)

Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage. (Galatians 5:1)


The Passing of The Declaration of Independence – John Adams – HBO

Don’t take your freedoms for granted.  We are blessed that we had forefathers who knew the Savior of Creation, who listened and laid down their lives so that we may not ever know oppression from foreign countries who seek to destroy all that the Creator has set forth for this continent.

Are you saved?  Do you know Jesus Christ as God the Son, who died and eternally lives so that we be made free in Him for all eternity?

Stay safe.  Be blessed.





23 thoughts on “Happy 4th of July 2015 Everyone!!

  1. Amen! I’m going to celebrate by canning kale and green beans today. I hope you all have as much fun! God bless

    • It’s un (or in).a.LIEN.able = not able to put a lien against it.

      : a charge upon real or personal property for the satisfaction of some debt or duty ordinarily arising by operation of law
      : the security interest created by a mortgage

      In other words, under no account can our freedom be taken from us. It is our perpetual right, given by the Creator as part of moral (natural) law.

    • I was out of town at a 4th of July wedding last night (my niece). It was a “dreamy” wedding at Knolle Ranch in Sandia, Texas with its own Chapel. Very original boot scooting wedding!

      Fireworks were spectacular, particularly on the hour ride back home with residents popping the fireworks all along the route–nice.

      No fireworks hazards noted, praise God!

      Resting today!

        • Rose, did you finish your canning? Is this something you do monthly? Are you on a schedule for canning and do you have recipes that you want to translate into an eBook and share with readers?

          • I did finish this batch of canning, but I never fully finish. There’s something to be canned every month of the year. We have a large garden and I also buy produce from local gardeners. The recipes I use are very simple and usually are out of my Presto canner guide or the Bell’s Blue Book. If you want a recipe, I’d be glad to share it.

            It’s work, but once it’s done I feel like I have treasure in my pantry. I know how the food was grown, harvested, and processed. I know exactly what’s in it. And it tastes so much better than commercially produced food!

  2. @ mad cows, fish for brains, and block heads…
    – due credit to the Gilberts and Sam for pointers (note a.)

    Does anyone know if brains are embalmed along with bodies once deceased? Or are they removed for other purposes? With tech methods like fish brains running computers (note b.), it wouldn’t be any great leap of logic to re-purpose brain parts for recognition applications. Something like the story where Spock’s entire brain was removed and used as a “smart-house” controller, (in the space travel fantasy series Star Trek), for a somewhat larger scale complex. Imagine if parts of dead gamer brains were used to automate NPCs (non-player characters).

    The h+ x-humans might be a bit perturbed by now at the news that long term memory is apparently stored in prion molecules (c.). Prions have been implicated in macabre diseases like mad cow. It seems there are molecules in neurons for both short term and long term memory — that need to be refreshed. That can’t be welcome news for the mind uploading cult at google, (or like in the movie Transcendence). The problem is that if memories are stored as proteins then mind involves much more than connections. And that means memories would be very difficult to transfer or copy, (nearly impossible). The Kurzweillians should consider Christ’s teaching on the Rich Man and the Beggar Lazarus. The Rich Man certainly had memories, feelings, and such — after death — in his higher dimension form.

    The deep mind folks would also do well to consider that “it’s the simple things of the world that confound the wise.” Leave it to the nanites and Murphy’s Law to “replicate memories” through quantum entanglement — but as as unchecked “gray goo” (or is that “gray goulash?” Of course they wouldn’t print memory replicating nanites from anything short of entangled quanta to mirror into remote storage. I forget the Murphy’s Law corollary which goes something like, “any high tech novelty can be completely bollixed up by low tech methods.” Perhaps that’s the “12 Monkey Wrenches principal,” or the “Creutzfeldt-Jakob variant” of the Kobayashi Maru test.

    More off-setting penalties in the battles of the big boppers: the Zuck vs Musk competition is taking on Tesla vs Edison trappings. Zuck wants to extend the hive mind to techno telepathy (d.) (cp. Ten Horns of Revelation) and Musk wants to extend tech delivery to rocket jump vehicles with anti-AI protection (ps.). In the meantime, Uber is the low tech way of doing both (crowdsourcing available personal vehicles, usually just sitting, for delivery purposes, power storage, power generation, etc.).

    Sharon and Derek astutely noted that robo-lanes are the more likely avenue for automated vehicles like driver-less semi trucks. Add those gargantuan robocoaster robot arms at LegoLand could be used for snatch & drop delivery off moving automated vehicles…. Well Bob’s Your Uncle, assuming of course that out-of-work semi-truck drivers or cabbies aren’t moonlighting as organ grinders with drone delivered monkey wrenches.

    With a bow to LHC’s Alice and black rabbit holes, such musings may be appropriately filed under Hare Brained. The inherent check on exponential tech is the law of unintended consequences.

    a. http://www.pidradio.com/2015/07/05/p-i-d-radio-7515-transcendence-and-apotheosis/
    b. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/sci/tech/1043001.stm (fish for brains)
    c. http://neurosciencenews.com/cpeb3-prions-long-term-memory-2187/
    d. http://www.thestar.com/news/insight/2015/07/04/how-mark-zuckerbergs-vision-for-telepathic-communication-could-work.html

    ps. http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/15/elon-musk-donates-10m-to-make-sure-ai-doesnt-go-the-way-of-skynet/

    • Personally, I like this version better…

      The cyber attacks appear light tonight…don’t know why though because I’ve seen major heavy duty attacks from across the world. At one point, it was demonstrated that many of the attacks were coming from the military underground complexes.

      Turkey appears to be on the offensive with China gaining.

      (So loving postimg.org…thanks you Nome!)

      • You’re also very welcome Mary !! I appreciate the opportunity to share.

        As for analysis, of course St. Louis is detecting such a barrage of attacks since that’s where norsecorp is based. That means their “honeypots” are advertising vulnerabilities.

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