Archive for October, 2015

Russian Plane Crashes

It looks like a fuel combustion problem.

Wrong grade of aviation fuel may have been loaded.

Perhaps even overloading.

Assad Must Stay

Why can’t those silly, little, pig-headed diplomats

listen to their own intelligence outfits

and think why Assad must stay.

Up to now there has been no valid reason

to kick Assad out.

Its the Western pride and their crazy belief

that the West is the conscience of the world.

If they listen to their own analysts and intelligence

staff, they will realize that if Assad

is deposed, the Middle East will be lost.

Similar to Iraq and Libya,

the Syrian military loyal to Assad

will join the ISIL once their benefactor is deposed.

FYI, ISIL is most possibly composed

of former Iraqi and Libyan military.

Another thing is certain :

the supposedly successful Arab Spring

is a dud.

It has turned into an Ahab* Spring.

Syria Up Front


Syria Up Front.mp4

No Public Apologies

With these words,

the blame game has commenced.

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair,

admits that the war on Iraq

was started in error

based on wrong intelligence data.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks during an appearance at the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid - RTS3AIL

He has, however, declined from apologizing

for the removal of Saddam Hussein from power.

He admits that the Iraq War started what is now

 a full blown crisis in the Middle East.

Curiously enough, the same erroneous reasons that

were committed to invade Iraq,

are now being used to topple Assad.

Such admissions will now make him a target for media bashings and not even the conglomeration of all British Broadcasters can save him.

Repercussions will reverberate throughout the G7.

Sadly, this might involve the United Nations

which has given unquestioning approval of the

intrusions in the Middle East.

To get out of this embarrassment,

the Western World must now prove that

there is no other alternative to

the removal from power

and the killing of Ghadaffi and Hussein.

The W-Factor


Wally Bayola,

by whose movements

the Aldub teleserye spins,

and with whose cues

the episodes are rolled.

There were credits scrolled up

but I can’t be misled

can I?

Wally represents the W-factor

in the Aldub Kalyeserye.


(Umento naman diyan!)

GMA, With Three Tappers


GMA Trio.mp4

(now this is talent!)

Good Judgement

Good Judgement

is a group that makes forecasts

and has been successful so far.

It has now a notice online

about a Good judgement Open.

it must be a competition,

the rewards of which are unknown

and the rules are not published.

The catch phrase is the question :

are you smarter than the CIA Analysts?

While this phrase is challenging enough for me,

I still ain’t joining

for the simple reason that I work alone.

Too many cooks spoil the brew.

Besides, what others may consider as

my forecasting is really a simple effort

of stating what fact would inevitably happen

when something is done;

very like what would happen if you

forget that the oven is still on.

Super forecasting, however, should take  super  normal

brain effort to accomplish.

CIA analysts are good, mind you,

but any analysis would be wrong if the data

being worked on is incorrect.

Forecasters are natural problem solvers.

They solve problems before they come out

And if Good Judgement still persist in looking

for the solution to the problem of the Middle East,

a hint may come from the conquerors,

Kublai Khan, Alexander of Macedon,

Douglas Macarthur.

The Syrian Gambit Complicates

Syria's President Bashar al-Assad answers questions during an interview with al-Manar's journalist Amro Nassef, in Damascus, Syria, in this handout photograph released by Syria's national news agency SANA on August 25, 2015. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he was open to the idea of a coalition against Islamic State but indicated there was little chance of it happening with his enemies, casting further doubt on a Russian plan to forge an alliance against the militant group. REUTERS/SANA/Handout via Reuters ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - RTX1POV8

With Assad’s declaration that he is willing

to hold an election for the Syrian parliament

as long as the people agrees with it,

this complicates the Syrian gambit

in that Assad is actually daring the

Western Coalition whether there need

be a regime change that the people want.

This election should be preceded of course

by a truce between the conflicting parties

and the UN be required to supervise the election.

The Syrian people will have to return,

the rebels will do away with their weapons to vote,

and some Anzac-Canadian force will monitor.

This will also imply that the UN will again

be relevant in the world peace initiative.

The Mongols, with Lisa Ling






Brennan’s Secrets



Night Bombing

nightbomber su25

The Russians first doubled the number of sorties

by having the wingman do a bombing of his own.

There seems to be no resistance met

via missiles and rpg’s.

Then the sorties are done at night, too.

I guess carpet bombing is still

not an alternative.

GAY Rights?

There is no such thing as gay rights!

This is a misnomer.

If gays are asking for equal rights

based on freedom as human beings,

these rights are already covered by the Constitution.

What they are asking for are  PRIVILEGES,

or what we can aptly term as special rights.

If the gays spell out correctly

what they are asking for,

these may easily be provided,


Neutrinos, Three Flavors

(This should soften you up for what comes next)

Japanese, Canadian physicists receive Nobel Prize for pinning mysterious neutrino particles

Published time: 7 Oct, 2015 06:20

Arthur B. McDonald © Lars Hagberg / Reuters


The 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded to two researchers working independently, in Canada and Japan, on the discovery of neutrino oscillations, proving that elusive subatomic particles known as neutrinos have mass.

Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald won for their efforts in demonstrating that neutrinos change identities, known as “flavors,” the academy said.

Neutrinos are one of the basic particles that make up matter. “After photons, the particles of light, neutrinos are the most numerous in the entire cosmos. The Earth is constantly bombarded by them,” the academy said in its statement announcing the prize.

The neutrinos transform between three types: electron-type, muon-type and tau-type. In order to change from one state to the other neutrinos need to have mass, which challenges the belief that that they were massless.

The discovery had “changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe,” the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.

Kajita is director of the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research at the University of Tokyo and McDonald is professor emeritus at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada.

“When I took the phone call and heard that they’d decided on the prize, it was a huge honor. I’m still so shocked I don’t really know what to say,” Kajita told said at a news conference in Tokyo.

Kajita described his work as demonstrating a new kind of physics beyond the Standard Model of fundamental particles, which requires for neutrinos to be massless. Kajita helped prove in 1998 that neutrinos locked inside the Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan experienced a metamorphosis in the atmosphere.

McDonald’s contribution included a 2001 discovery that neutrinos from the sun also changed their identities. The Canadian scientists completed his work at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, SNOLAB.

“Yes, there certainly was a Eureka moment in this experiment when we were able to see that neutrinos appeared to change from one type to the other in traveling from the Sun to the Earth,” McDonald told reporters by telephone from his home in Kingston. Neutrinos are “particles that we don’t know how to subdivide any further,” McDonald said.

“By our measurements we were able to confirm with great accuracy calculations of how the Sun burns by fusion processes,” McDonald said.

There is still work left to be done in this field, including learning the exact mass of the neutrino, and whether more than the currently known three types exist.

The neutrino scientists spent most of their research time deep in the ground because they need to keep away from interference from cosmic and other radiation.

“Many neutrinos are created in reactions between cosmic radiation and the Earth’s atmosphere. Others are produced in nuclear reactions inside the Sun. Thousands of billions of neutrinos are streaming through our bodies each second. Hardly anything can stop them passing; neutrinos are nature’s most elusive elementary particles,” the academy said in its statement.

Previous winners of the Nobel Prize for Physics include Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg and Marie Curie.



Pentagon Threatens to Upscale The Raids On ISIS

Not a good idea!

The remnants of the ISIS and rebel troops

fleeing from the Russian bombings

are heading your way.

 The Sunnis have your tanks and armored vehicles.

And your supplies have been dropped elsewhere.

Your problem is actually patching up

the breach in your intelligence network.

Have eyes at the back of your heads.

Listen to the walls.

There are shrapnels bouncing off them.

29,000 hits

29,080 unique hits in 20 hours top this month’s record

and may surpass the record for

June of this year,

29,256 hits.

Putin’s 30 minute speech on Syria

and the writeup on Nyoy Volante’s

(Volante-Whitney Houston)

are the record breakers.

(450,839 total hits for June, 2,099,951 hits this year)

Surviving the Benghazi


After the grilling and the badgering

Hillary Clinton

is still on deck.

Next she will try

for the Captain’s Cabin



Of Syria and The World

Moderate terrorists, extreme terrorists,

What difference does it make,

they all kill people,

don’t they?


Putin On Syria.mp4

(30 minute speech)

Neutrino, Three Toppings

AYayay! well I tried putting this up today!

It’s kind of difficult for me now, though,

this flu shot on my left arm

still bothers me.

This is heavy brainwork, you know.

I’ll try again tomorrow.

Undeclared War

Undeclared War is what it is

in the recent Syria bombings against

ISIS, and et al.

Russia props up Assad’s legitimate government

while the US prods the rebels against Assad.

The struggle becomes a video game war,

in that both Russia and the US use surrogates.


Undeclared War.mp4

Trudeau Wins

Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party wins the Canadian election.

He becomes prime Minister.

But the good part for him

is that his party garnered the majority of the seats.

Justin Trudeau is the son

of the former Prime Minister

Pierre Trudeau.

National Election Day

Today, October 19, 2015,

Canada elects the members of the parliament.

It is reported that there will be

a record turnout of voters.

So I voted early today.

Did FDR keep America Safe?

Jeb Bush countered that FDR himself did not keep America safe

because Pearl harbor was attacked

similarly to the attack on the Twin Towers.

Jeb Bush does not realize that Hawaii

became an American state on

Jan 3, 1959

while the attack on Pearl Harbor

was on Dec 7, 1941.

So the attack on Pearl Harbor should

not be considered as an attack on American soil.

Jeb Bush should never push that

his brother kept America safe.

Obama’s military was the one

who got Osama Bin Laden.

Celeste Vs. Mark


Celeste Vs. mark.mp4

Dustin Vs. James


Dustin Vs. James.mp4

$8 Million Tank

This is the Armata T-14,

Russia’s new $8 Million tank.

When fitted with the new 152 mm gun,

it is said that it can pierce through

a one-meter thick solid steel.

armata t-14