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How I would rule the Netherlands

December 26, 2014

I propose that we use our government to seize all industries without innovation, banks may borrow money from government if they want to lend money to people (rather than just create this money themselves) All types of innovation will be subsidized until there is nothing left to further develop, then the government seizure kicks in.

Then we pay each Dutch person a dividend of roughly ten thousand Euro per month, 2 thousand if you leave the Netherlands (please go away if you don’t like it here)

Then you will see what kind of economic growth that produces. Non innovative companies can leave their bags behind and go do their things elsewhere, because a trick anyone can do – anyone can do!

Private and corporate mortgages wont be paid off, you have a house or building that backs your debt, paying is nonsense. Only the difference between the debt and the value of the building has to be paid. Interest on mortgages will also be abolished.

Programming will start in primary school and drivers licenses will also become part of the basic curriculum (just like in the US) Road tax will also be abolished.

All forms of advertisement will be made illegal, on television only lectures and documentaries may be broadcasted, on university level, and peer reviewed.

Education will be free, there will even be an appropriate monthly bonus for each diploma you obtain and a similar bonus on scale for strength training and for having a good condition.

Build windmills en mass, flywheel energy storage to bridge the periods without wind, then free energy for everyone, corporate and private.

Minimum wage, social support and government health care will be abolished, you will have enough money to pay for that yourself, and if you like working so much you can do it for free.

City hall and other government buildings get party halls open 24/7, with live music, smoke and beer etc. Such nice A locations should be profitable. They make lovely coffeeshops where everyone in Europe is welcome.

Internet and telephone will be free, the self driving cab and public transport will be free too.

Then we build excessive numbers of houses to drive down the prices. Not the old fashion crap but high tech state of the art, with a little door behind which every possible order magically appears in 5 minutes.

Then, politically we will ridicule other countries, point out how silly they are. This is necessary to prevent them from doing something against our elaborate freedoms. With little effort they will be much to busy at home keeping their fairy tales alive to be able to worry about us.

There will be a holiday park for each country so that a good number of civilians can visit the Netherlands (preferably free) and see with their own eyes how fantastic we’ve organized things.

If there is some kind of issue some place then we get on our bicycle, hop in the train or take the car and go there, all together, to fix the problem. Just for the fun of it, if you don’t want to come you should stay at home with your sour face.

If people get to lazy we lower the income and introduce forced labor for everyone, 7 days per week 6 to 20:00 military time! Work until the backlog is cleared out.

For addictions one will first get many warnings but eventually you will end up in forced treatment. Nice, a month worth of sports in some park with other crybabies who also don’t have cigarettes.

There will also be a voting diploma, if you don’t know what you are talking about you should shut up and look away. If you really must vote then you can follow the course – with your fat lazy ass.

Armed with the appropriate diplomas you will take the political decisions, at home, on the computer, using the big evil internet.

I understand that you are a bit frightened by all these responsibilities, but we are going to pay you for it, after we take your fake job away from you it isn’t like you have anything better to do.

And if you want to cry, when you see that machine doing your work so much better than you ever could thats okay. Just as long as you go do something fun after that. You could for example go to school and get a real job helping with further automation, or you can go to the beach Go figure!

Je Maintiendrai !

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be advised be very very advised

October 19, 2007

I judge people by what they do with my advice. For me this makes an awfully good excuse to listen to people. Minding your own business doesn’t go as far as people think. It is awfully soon when they shall make it yours – I tell you. Always be advised be very very advised.

<leap>being just about as lazy a thinker as an advanced chess player I found myself in a situation where I had to study openings. The thought alone gave me the shivers. I mean there should be an easy cop-out to find in all this if there is one? Couldn’t I just patch this with raw thinking power? For a while that worked then the patch required patching. Don’t you hate it when that happens? So, I found the solution in doing the absolute bare minimum of studying in combination with my raw thinking powers.

Looking deeper and deeper into the opening games I started to discover how much my opponents really knew. I was like an absolute square one beginner. Like physics the actual chess study made no sense to me at all in some areas. I was like whaaaat?? It was not that I just didn’t know any in-depth move, I was playing an entirely different game as them.

It apparently took actual chess computers to figure out that getting rid of as much material in the most silly way possible is in fact the most astonishing win game one can deliver.

But at least I knew what openings I was defeating at that stage. I sure didn’t win all games. If you just memorise a few books and bother to write down all games you play then study those you have quite the edge over basic thinkers.

But my cop out had become like the game of a newb in my own view. I absolutely needed to find a way to reduce the amount of relative studying I did. So, as I was the 3rd time I’d better fix it for real this time. Some of my rather silly gambits involved actual existing games I mostly guessed correctly. Some of my gambits where just stupid statistically. But I use to win with that strangely enough as it was a weird variation I knew and my opponent didn’t. That was the trick, I needed to add more bizarre factors to my game that actually worked.

Doing a bad move isn’t bad at all if you know exactly what the game looks like after that. You can have far less material on the Bord and play like a real master may it be a master with less material but you can sure win the game like that.

Searching though old books I found some old stuff, I buy 10 old books for about a Guilder each book. No one wants that stuff. I study things like the Dutch defence which really doesn’t exist anymore.

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chess.pl?eco=A91&result=0-1

Just look how awful those games look. :)</leap>

I figured out there are really really much books and documents to read out there. Most of which will never be looked at and tossed away within 100 years or so.

Piles of books full of advice from people with an entirely different world view, their world was totally different from ours to begin with.

So do me a favor and go to google books and google patents and read, just read. Imagine how all those people are not around anymore while no one cares. There is way to much written to read all of it. All evidence of the existence of the person is in that single patent or book or painting. It’s all that remains. People spend years running around that keyboard of yours designing it the way it is today. It started out with hammers remember? Today you don’t even need a dead tree for such ritual.

Take for example US Patent 190206 where a very simple effect is described be it the combination of pushing and pulling. Wesley Gary’s devices embodies a permanent magnetic north and a permanent magnetic south pole with one end of a flat ferromagnetic core “stuck” in the exact center between the magnets, as a result the core moves neither up nor down. By creating an electromagnetic pole between the 2 permanent magnetic poles a 3 point interacting arises. The pole is now subjected to both push and pull but in complimentary direction. This while the electricity consumed reflects the difference between the push and pull.

Wesley Gary – magnetmotor

You will find quite a few more inventors and my attempts to figure out what it was they had going. The site is specifically about magnetmotors but you can fill in the blanks using your own know how. Some would argue even the tools for burger flipping are not fully defined ideally. You know what your thing is. Now go seek the oldest books about it and read some of that stuff no one cares about. It’s mighty interesting and entertaining if it was just that it would already be useful. Who knows what advice they may have for you? for me? for mankind?

What does the future of hardware have to offer?

December 13, 2005

I’m looking forward to the multi os, virtual machine chips Intel and amd are about to make for us. I figure even Windows is great for running one application in a locked down environment. Combined with flash mem it will never have to boot again. I’m trying to imagine what new crashes it will make if you don’t reboot windows for a year or so. hahaha, 1 click and you have some old system backup running, it wont be a pain.

Self healing software sounds interesting to, first we had error reports, those got better and more accurate, software learned to read between the lines to avoid errors, we got the option to shut down processes, suggestions where added to the code check (like with validating HTML). Now the real time error report is just as good as a validator but an error is still an error, a combo with the trial and error based artificial intelligence could have tremendous potential. Normally a huge number of users introduces mysterious new bugs. But with a learning and self fixing set up it can literally try out various methods to fix a bug and apply the most acceptable fix to all systems in all future cases of this bug.

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we are the internet

November 10, 2005

Sure, I’m a lunatic

I do research but I develop nothing (except a few blogs ok-ok) this is giving me a really strange advantage over actual developers. To make things worse I’ve looked closer at most of their competitors and have a user perspective of their creation.

Then on one side we have young people who didn’t get a chance to see how things use to work because they didn’t exist back then (that should make sense). On the other side we have the older developers with their more static way of looking at things. Neither of those have any future in tech because the first is reinventing old shit and the second doesn’t have the energy for it.

Companies are obligated to protect their investors, this effectively means they cant make new stuff because it involves risks that investors are just not willing to take. The company can be forced by law to keep focus on recent activity’s and take things one step at a time.One step at a time means we are not able to take leaps forward of any kind.

I may rant and flame a lot at least I’m honest. The problem of not being able to digest what I say or write is all in the ear of the beholder. I will never say you’re doing great if you’re not.

We are the Internet! My blog isn’t the most popular in the world and I really don’t give a fuck. What I write can only be found here. No-one else can write what I write because I say so.

I hope you lack the brain to see the misery on this planet. If you do see it it’s effectively as much your fault as mine. You are to blame for it as much as I am.

Now WTF was that all about?

Google Microsoft yahoo etc etc they are all running after us. What we want we will get (if it’s possible) They are looking for value but cant grasp the simple things that would be the most valuable to this world. Their food needs to be pre chewed before they eat it.People are dieing all over the world and it’s not even necessary in most cases.

Bill Gates did one good deed in his life after people started to publicly hate speech and piss-pie him. He had his way to expensive advisor’s look for the best charity. It ended up in medical research.

Meanwhile Google news doesn’t have Environment news but does do Sports. Google obviously doesn’t care about any of us. WTF is health? An ego trip? It talks about bird flue, thats Environment to. Entertainment news? Are you fucking kidding? You have THE NEWS and THE ENTERTAINMENT you google freaks.

If I would make a news website I would put the Wether on it as well? huh? I didn’t invent this, people expect the weather on their news bulletin as well as changes in the ENVIRONMENT. If that doesn’t show they lack vision I don’t know what does? The rest of the site is all machine generated. They run after “what people like” blindly. Like mad man! And without care. WTF google LETS DO EAVOL? Just give us the money?

Bill Gates(our god of marketing) didn’t understand the marketing part of his own research. We all know that 95% of windows vista will be pure profit. What % of my money is going into global health care Billy? I actually don’t give a fuck about your OS it will probably suck but if it had a label “%20 of this product is used for developing medication.” I would be willing to have a look at it. I mr Bill cant get his head around that one I’m pretty sure it’s all down to crazy people like me now.

You don’t want to sell me death stick, you want to go home and re-consider your life.

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WP = Kick ass

October 18, 2005

I’ve always wanted a WordPress blog but was just to impressed with the Blogger image hosting. Now that I’ve made many blogs on blogger to divide the subjects and do a yahoo360 blog as well as an Opera blog. So now that I kind of know why WP is so nice it becomes free.

Great!