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From the Daily Caller:

“The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity. It’s a form of entropy where people will come with different perspectives, the advancement of communication, raising standards of living around the world…[it] means that our communities, our boardrooms, are going to be more and more diverse,” Trudeau said at a forum in Canada’s capitol. …

National Post columnist Andrew Coyne quipped, “Entropy is our strength,” mocking Trudeau’s mantra of “diversity is our strength.”

The diversity-entropy connection seems pretty reasonable to me.

The globalist goal is for every strip mall on Earth to have the exact same percentage of Vietnamese nail salons. Only then, will we have achieved True Diversity.

I would include a picture of the Prime Minister saying this if he had dressed up for the occasion as a leprechaun or Maori warrior or Oktoberfest yodeler or Yanomamo shaman, but he was wearing a white shirt and red tie, so if he’s not going to make the effort to entertain us, I’m not going to bother either.

Here’s a more amusing picture of Trudeau at his best, playing dress up.

Mr. Trudeau gets a lot of grief from his critics for playing dress up all the time, but look at it from Mrs. Trudeau’s perspective.

Your husband is not only the national leader, and the son and heir of the most famous man in your country’s history, but he’s boyishly handsome, yet tough enough to pummel a bouncer turned Tory politician in a 2012 charity boxing match. And he loves to get dressed up with you and your three kids in the national costume of whatever country you are visiting.

Would Mr. Darcy do that?

 
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  1. Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I’m not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau’s theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That’s just this engineer’s take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0′th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer’s construct, or at least that’s what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

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    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • LOL: ic1000, Liza
    • Replies: @El Dato
    Although it may seem so at first sight, "diversity" is not a statistical property of the ensemble. It is actually an attribute of the "particle". So you have particles that are "diverse" and particles that are not. In a politicial experiment, initially the "diverse" particle are one side of a partition, and the non-"diverse" on the other side.

    Trudeau's daemon, performing affirmative action while deploying minimal work, lets diverse particles pass through the partition into the non-diverse side, until the relative amount of non-diverse particles has shrunk to a negligible ratio, at which point "maximum diversity" is said to have been attained.

    , @ThirdWorldSteveReader
    Thinking about that, aren't the imported minorities in North America very self-segregated? If so, this organized populational heterogeneity also translates as lower entropy.
    , @MikeatMikedotMike
    Ok, that was pretty good.
    , @Anonymous
    Well, he's right that increasing diversity, at least the left's definition of it (BROWN PEOPLE!!!) does lead to increased randomness, disorganization, and chaos, which is pretty much the idea that pops into most people's heads with entropy. Increasing entropy also leads ultimately to a situation where no more useful work can be extracted from a system, which is practically a Law regarding certain diverse communities, so he's spot on about that as well. Finally, life is order and a constant state of opposing entropy at least locally, and ultimately, every living thing proceeds to death and greater entropy, so that reveals something pretty deep about what his ideas of diversity bring about as well.
    , @John Janscombe
    I don't think that Justin Trudeau is smart enough to understand any engineering terms like Enthalpy, Entropy or even if he's ever heard of Thermodynamics. As a politician, he blows a lot of useless hot air which can't be used for any useful purpose except for running the printing presses of the lugenpress to print the daily catbox liners.
    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    Monsieur Trudeau aspires to rule over a heap of demolition rubble, bones, plastic nurdles, bottlecaps & ashes.
    In Entropy there is Strength.

    Carpe diem to the Valley Floor!
    Onwards still to the Abyss!
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  2. fnn says:

    In one of those pictures, he really does strongly resemble a young Fidel.

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    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    In one of those pictures, he really does strongly resemble a young Fidel.
     
    Minus the testosterone.
    , @TheMediumIsTheMassage
    His mom was a hoe and his dad a cuck so it's possible (likely).
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  3. anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    Emmys Hit New Diversity Milestone As Black Actors Sweep All Guest Categories

    https://deadline.com/2018/09/emmys-diversity-milestone-black-actors-guest-actor-sweep-tiffany-haddish-ron-cephas-jones-samira-wiley-katt-williams-1202460543/

    100%! A Proud Milestone on the way to True Diversity.

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    • Replies: @njguy73
    No, True Diversity would be all Lead Acting nominees being Black, all Supporting Acting nominees being Latinx or Asian, and all Guest Acting nominees being White.
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  4. tyrone says:

    How often can a grown man play dress-up and not have people start to think…….you know ….Bruce Jenner.Just do it Justin!

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    • Replies: @njguy73
    You ever see Community? Justin Trudeau is the real-life Dean Pelton.
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  5. “raising standards of living around the world…”

    Anyone who believes that entropy is capable of raising anything up from a ground state doesn’t understand what the hell they’re talking about.

    “Quantum mechanics is the escapement mechanism that prevents entropy from happening all at once.”

    me

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    • Replies: @Desiderius
    “Anyone who believes that entropy is capable of raising anything up from a ground state doesn’t understand what the hell they’re talking about.”

    In Trudeau’s case, that is a fact long established. Luckily for him, it doesn’t seem to be particularly relevant.

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  6. Zoodles says:

    baby trudeau was elected solely on his name.

    His father Pierre Elliot Trudeau was socialist who is the source of many of Canada’s woes. But despite his many flaws, even his critics give the man grudging respect, because while PET was a horrid PM, on a personal level he was a chad. The guy was smart, educated, very debonair, dated celebrities and models and had a black belt in Judo. He had balls too, and when the FLQ precipitated the October crisis he invoked the war measures act, sent troops into the streets and smashed the FLQ forever. When a journalist confronted him, butthurt about the suspension of civil rights and asked him how far he would go, Trudeau openly taunted him and said “just watch me”

    PET married a woman half his age, and she gave him 3 kids. They later divorced, but Trudeau was still banging chicks half his age and fathering children when he was into his 70′s.

    Baby trudeau has his father’s looks and politics but little else. He lacks PET’s brains and possesses none of his panache.

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    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    His father Pierre Elliot Trudeau was socialist who is the source of many of Canada’s woes.
     
    PET did much to destroy the pleasant Commonwealth country that was the Canada I visited long ago.
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  7. El Dato says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    Although it may seem so at first sight, “diversity” is not a statistical property of the ensemble. It is actually an attribute of the “particle”. So you have particles that are “diverse” and particles that are not. In a politicial experiment, initially the “diverse” particle are one side of a partition, and the non-”diverse” on the other side.

    Trudeau’s daemon, performing affirmative action while deploying minimal work, lets diverse particles pass through the partition into the non-diverse side, until the relative amount of non-diverse particles has shrunk to a negligible ratio, at which point “maximum diversity” is said to have been attained.

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  8. Trudeau makes BHO look like Churchill.

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  9. Isn’t it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy? Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    “Diversity,” as the term is used here, along with its corollary the globalist elimination of borders, means the grinding up of the organs of civilized, human life on Earth and making them all into one mash of hamburger.

    That equals death.

    Diversity is Death.

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    • Agree: BenKenobi, Desiderius
    • Replies: @adreadline

    Isn’t it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy?
     
    Not at all. Life and consciousness might be miracles or not, but they do not contradict the second law of thermodynamics.

    Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.
     
    Even if you are taking ''entropy'' to mean nontechnical ''chaos'' or ''disorder'', it doesn't make sense that the more complex something becomes the more orderly it becomes. It'd make slightly more sense for complexity and order to be inversely proportional. The more things you have, the easier it is to just make a mess out of them.

    Anyway, that's pretty much just M. Trudeau being a politician and saying politician things. He can do no other. Here's him as a First Nations chief or something like that.

    , @David
    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth -- miracle of life, etc. -- doesn't contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun. Or maybe it does contradict it, but only like an eddy in a stream contradicts its current. Universe-wide, the heat-death continues apace.
    , @Mr. Rational

    Isn’t it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy?
     
    Only if you don't understand the principles involved or the boundaries of the system.  The 2LOT only applies to closed systems.  Earth is not a closed system, and as long as the universe expands there is an infinite sink for excess entropy.

    As for consciousness and life itself, every step involved (including photosynthesis) has a net increase in entropy.  Further, complexity IS entropy; the simplest possible way to arrange a kilogram of air would be to have all but one atom or molecule separated into chemical constituents chilled and Bose-Einstein condensed into the same quantum state, and all the energy of the parcel packed into the motion of that last atom.  You'd only require one or two numbers to describe everything about this system.  An actual parcel of air at room temperature can only be described by its bulk statistics.
    , @Desiderius
    Complex isn’t the word you’re looking for, but the gist of what you are saying is true, profound, and miraculous.

    Not coincidentally the existence of gists, both in the sense used here as well as the sense one finds in looking at the etymology of the word, is essential to the phenomenon you note.
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  10. Cortes says:

    Not being the sharpest tool in the box, Justin probably thinks Entropy is just along from St Tropez.

    It’s all fab, folks.

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  11. Mike says: • Website

    “You Keep Using That Word. I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means.” Inigo Montoya, to Justin Trudeau

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  12. @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    Thinking about that, aren’t the imported minorities in North America very self-segregated? If so, this organized populational heterogeneity also translates as lower entropy.

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  13. @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    Ok, that was pretty good.

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  14. njguy73 says:
    @anonymous

    Emmys Hit New Diversity Milestone As Black Actors Sweep All Guest Categories

    https://deadline.com/2018/09/emmys-diversity-milestone-black-actors-guest-actor-sweep-tiffany-haddish-ron-cephas-jones-samira-wiley-katt-williams-1202460543/
     
    100%! A Proud Milestone on the way to True Diversity.

    No, True Diversity would be all Lead Acting nominees being Black, all Supporting Acting nominees being Latinx or Asian, and all Guest Acting nominees being White.

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  15. njguy73 says:
    @tyrone
    How often can a grown man play dress-up and not have people start to think…….you know ….Bruce Jenner.Just do it Justin!

    You ever see Community? Justin Trudeau is the real-life Dean Pelton.

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  16. The Ministry of Truth may qualify as a perpetual-motion machine, based on Kafka’s first law of justification-hamster dynamics.

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  17. Your husband is not only the national leader, and the son and heir of the most famous man in your country’s history…

    Dudley Doright cheated on Nell? Horrors!

    yet tough enough to pummel a bouncer turned Tory politician in a 2012 charity boxing match.

    Forget military officers and businessmen. What the West needs now are more bouncers in public service.

    And he loves to get dressed up with you and your three kids in the national costume of whatever country you are visiting.

    Three? In some countries it’s thirteen.

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    • Replies: @RVBlake
    Pierre Trudeau the greatest man in Canadian history? Irony, surely.
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  18. Trudeau is right. Entropy is not just a metaphor for diversity, it is used as a quantitative definition of the amount of diversity in a population of individuals from different groups. Trudeau could now proceed to talk about how entropy is “information” (true) and through diversity we learn so much about each other.

    My conspiracy theory: Justin heard about the entropy/diversity connection and decided to keep “entropy” as cool Gladwellian technobabble to make himself look smart at an opportune moment. Push the term into a few speeches and news stories, then have slave media roll out articles revealing that wunderkind PM is actually talking totally correct Higher Math. Having tanked the NAFTA renegotiations, Justin needs the boost right now. A further conspiracy theory within the conspiracy theory is that Trudeau got the entropy idea from Malcolm Gladwell, a mathematician’s son and fellow Ottawan, who has the PR piece already written. It would be a win-win for both of them.

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  19. istevefan says:

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity”.

    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn’t this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don’t know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 – India
    3 – USA
    4 – Indonesia
    5 – Brazil
    6 – Pakistan
    7 – Nigeria
    8 – Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 – Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 – Ethiopia
    13 – Philippines
    14 – Egypt
    15 – Vietnam
    16 – Congo

    So to say the ‘whole world’ is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world’s most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

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    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @sabril
    Yeah, I was going to make a similar point. Nigeria doesn't seem to be getting more diverse.
    , @istevefan
    I forgot to add this. Given that increasing diversity is seemingly only taking place in the white world, doesn't this seem to indicate that diversity is just a buzzword for less white?
    , @AnotherDad

    So to say the ‘whole world’ is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world’s most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.
     
    Depends on exactly what sort of diversity one is talking about. Going down to the ethnic-level i would say "yes" there is more diversity.

    China -- my understanding is the non-Han minorities have grown in China due to the one-child policy being applied essentially only to the Han. And now--even with the cap lifted--Han Chinese birthrates seem to be trapped in sub-replacement level. (The "Western" or "modernity" disease.)

    India -- the Muslim proportion is certainly growing. Ticking up about a point a decade. It was 10% at independence and is now approaching 15%. These aren't--deeply--a separate ethnic group, but have essentially become one over the last five centuries. Also the upcaste middle classes have sub-replacement fertility--and leakage to the West. So they are being replaced. However that may be producing less diversity? It's certainly making the joint worse.

    USA -- definitely a diversifying disaster

    Indonesia -- don't known much; maybe Chinese continue to leave making it actually less diverse? no clue.

    Brazil -- i assume the black % is genomically rising in Brazil making it more "diverse"; a knowledgable Brazilian could comment

    Pakistan -- they may be killing off minorities and suppressing them so they leave enough that Pakistan is actually getting less diverse

    Nigeria -- by definition 100% diverse, so no change

    Bangladesh -- no one cares; we are told because of global warming the joint won't exist anymore in a few years

    Russia -- definitely getting more diverse, the muzzies and migrants from the 'stans are definitely outbreeding ethnic Russians. Though it's certainly not getting diverse at the Western rate. (Still if i was Putin, i wouldn't be doing my neo-imperial "Greater Russia" big tent, i'd be culling territory and peoples. Russia has more than enough real estate, it needs to ethnic hygenie.)

    Japan -- good hygenie, but with abysmal fertility every single non-Japanese immigrant is making it more diverse

    ~~

    Agree with your thrust: It's white nations and only white nations that are being aggressively diversified. That the reigning ideology and the reigning powers-that-be demand to be diversified.

    But it is on "slow creep" elsewhere.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    In other words, it's old diversity rather than new.

    Japan and Bangladesh do not have official languages. They don't need to. Brazil doesn't either, making the establishment of Portuguese the most pointless sentence in their constitution.

    Indonesia's only official language, in contrast, is a fake one that nobody speaks at home. A local Esperanto.

    Note where English is official: India, Pakistan, Nigeria, and the Philippines. In other words, as a Band-Aid to hold diversity together.

    Well-drawn borders do not need "official" languages. English-speaking countries where English is official are Canada, Ireland, and Belize. (The sum of the speakers of all languages in the Cayo District of Belize is 184%) Maybe the odd Caribbean island.

    What does that tell you?

    , @Pat Boyle
    Of course the world is becoming less diverse and has been for some time. In 1491 there were probably more races and sub-races than their are today. Before the Voyages of Discovery there were probably tribes of Amerindians that no longer exist and Africans too. We tend to lose about one language a week (or is it every two weeks?). Are all the Tasmanians gone? How much longer will the Andaman Negritos continue to exist?

    Human population sub-types are like like automobiles companies. Once there were Hupmobiles, Duesenbergs, Stutzs and Stanleys. I had a Packard as a teen. My father had a Studebaker. I remember Oldsmobile and Dodge. All gone. Diversity in cars is declining fast. In people too.
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  20. Ibound1 says:

    If he is saying that as diversity increases, the sun and the stars will all flicker out until at last they are all extinguished, and the Unverse is cold, it sounds like hate speech to me. Cosmic hate speech.

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  21. sabril says:
    @istevefan

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity".
     
    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn't this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don't know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 - India
    3 - USA
    4 - Indonesia
    5 - Brazil
    6 - Pakistan
    7 - Nigeria
    8 - Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 - Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 - Ethiopia
    13 - Philippines
    14 - Egypt
    15 - Vietnam
    16 - Congo

    So to say the 'whole world' is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world's most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    Yeah, I was going to make a similar point. Nigeria doesn’t seem to be getting more diverse.

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  22. istevefan says:
    @istevefan

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity".
     
    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn't this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don't know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 - India
    3 - USA
    4 - Indonesia
    5 - Brazil
    6 - Pakistan
    7 - Nigeria
    8 - Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 - Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 - Ethiopia
    13 - Philippines
    14 - Egypt
    15 - Vietnam
    16 - Congo

    So to say the 'whole world' is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world's most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    I forgot to add this. Given that increasing diversity is seemingly only taking place in the white world, doesn’t this seem to indicate that diversity is just a buzzword for less white?

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    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Dumbo
    Yes, diversity only applies to white nations as the other nations are already "diverse", meaning that "diverse" = non-white. That's all there is to it.
    , @densa
    Yes, diversity is code for the belief that Whites should be targeted as responsible for historic crimes against current Democratic dogma. Diversity was never a goal before, whereas having people rule themselves was. They sought to replace those claiming to be superior or chosen by God with equality under law. This was the socially agreed to Project in the founding of this country.

    When Lewis Powell started this diversity crap in 1978, he was alone in his opinion that this new invention was a "compelling state interest." But after 15 years of stacking the Court, Sandra Day O'Conner's majority opinion was that diversity was "a special exception" and it would be okay for the government to show racial preference in awarding money, power and position.

    Despite saying this shouldn't be the sole deciding factor, i.e. preference could be shown between two equally qualified candidates, the law of the land is now open discrimination against Whites in the name of increasing diversity. Thus we have things like minority contract awards, which have nothing to do with being an equality tiebreaker. Diversity hiring is openly about increasing non-White employment and promotion.

    Worse still is the accompanying politics of wanting to use government power to "end whiteness" to increase diversity. Huh? Wouldn't preserving White culture and peoples increase world diversity? And wouldn't having people develop their own countries and cultures instead of becoming Ugly Americans be another win for world diversity? Why don't those who want One World (ruled by them) for the world to be diverse instead of made the same?
    , @carol
    Of course. "Diversity" means up to 100% black.
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  23. @Buzz Mohawk
    Isn't it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy? Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    "Diversity," as the term is used here, along with its corollary the globalist elimination of borders, means the grinding up of the organs of civilized, human life on Earth and making them all into one mash of hamburger.

    That equals death.

    Diversity is Death.

    Isn’t it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy?

    Not at all. Life and consciousness might be miracles or not, but they do not contradict the second law of thermodynamics.

    Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    Even if you are taking ”entropy” to mean nontechnical ”chaos” or ”disorder”, it doesn’t make sense that the more complex something becomes the more orderly it becomes. It’d make slightly more sense for complexity and order to be inversely proportional. The more things you have, the easier it is to just make a mess out of them.

    Anyway, that’s pretty much just M. Trudeau being a politician and saying politician things. He can do no other. Here’s him as a First Nations chief or something like that.

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  24. Sean says:

    F. R. Leavis on C.R Snow who in his Two Cultures cited ignorance of entropy as equivalent to ignorance of Shakespeare.

    “If confidence in oneself as a master-mind, qualified by capacity, insight and knowledge to pronounce authoritatively on the frightening problems of our civilisation, is genius, then there can be no doubt about Sir Charles Snow’s.” [...] “The peculiar quality of Snow’s assurance expresses itself in a pervasive tone; a tone of which one can say that, while only genius could justify it, one cannot readily think of genius adopting it.”

    Maxwell’s Demon is our strength.

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    It’s C.P.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._P._Snow
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  25. The Boy Scouts moved towards entropy. They’re finished. The RCC is moving towards entropy. It is collapsing. The Oscars, Emmys, and many other awards are now basically awards for blacks/Asians. They are gone. The USA public schools moved towards entropy. They are gone. USA universities are busy entropizing and are collapsing. Entropy has destroyed the NFL/NBA/MLB.

    So, entropy/diversity destroys. Trudeau is right about diversity destroying everything.

    Now, it’s time for Western cucks to acknowledge this and start doing something to rebuild non-diverse institutions.

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  26. Sophie is a very attractive woman and actually looks quite fetching in many of those “national costume” outfits.

    Justin–not so much.

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  27. Dumbo says:
    @istevefan
    I forgot to add this. Given that increasing diversity is seemingly only taking place in the white world, doesn't this seem to indicate that diversity is just a buzzword for less white?

    Yes, diversity only applies to white nations as the other nations are already “diverse”, meaning that “diverse” = non-white. That’s all there is to it.

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  28. Dumbo says:

    Trudeau gives a gay vibe, like Macron. But maybe it’s just that this way with globalist leaders, their narcissism makes them look more gay than they are.

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    He seems to be enjoying himself.
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  29. TG says:

    Of course, nobody really believes in ‘diversity.’ It’s just spin.

    The bottom line: the rich want to import workers from overpopulated third-world countries in order to drive wages down and profits up. But that doesn’t sound very good. So instead, they say it’s about ‘diversity’ and anyone complaining about our cheap-labor immigration policies is a racist, a fascist, “literally Hitler.”

    Ideally, when diversity is raised, we should respond by saying so what and change the subject to labor-market economics, and the impact of a rapidly increasing population on traffic, rents, the environment, etc.

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  30. @istevefan

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity".
     
    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn't this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don't know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 - India
    3 - USA
    4 - Indonesia
    5 - Brazil
    6 - Pakistan
    7 - Nigeria
    8 - Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 - Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 - Ethiopia
    13 - Philippines
    14 - Egypt
    15 - Vietnam
    16 - Congo

    So to say the 'whole world' is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world's most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    So to say the ‘whole world’ is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world’s most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    Depends on exactly what sort of diversity one is talking about. Going down to the ethnic-level i would say “yes” there is more diversity.

    China — my understanding is the non-Han minorities have grown in China due to the one-child policy being applied essentially only to the Han. And now–even with the cap lifted–Han Chinese birthrates seem to be trapped in sub-replacement level. (The “Western” or “modernity” disease.)

    India — the Muslim proportion is certainly growing. Ticking up about a point a decade. It was 10% at independence and is now approaching 15%. These aren’t–deeply–a separate ethnic group, but have essentially become one over the last five centuries. Also the upcaste middle classes have sub-replacement fertility–and leakage to the West. So they are being replaced. However that may be producing less diversity? It’s certainly making the joint worse.

    USA — definitely a diversifying disaster

    Indonesia — don’t known much; maybe Chinese continue to leave making it actually less diverse? no clue.

    Brazil — i assume the black % is genomically rising in Brazil making it more “diverse”; a knowledgable Brazilian could comment

    Pakistan — they may be killing off minorities and suppressing them so they leave enough that Pakistan is actually getting less diverse

    Nigeria — by definition 100% diverse, so no change

    Bangladesh — no one cares; we are told because of global warming the joint won’t exist anymore in a few years

    Russia — definitely getting more diverse, the muzzies and migrants from the ‘stans are definitely outbreeding ethnic Russians. Though it’s certainly not getting diverse at the Western rate. (Still if i was Putin, i wouldn’t be doing my neo-imperial “Greater Russia” big tent, i’d be culling territory and peoples. Russia has more than enough real estate, it needs to ethnic hygenie.)

    Japan — good hygenie, but with abysmal fertility every single non-Japanese immigrant is making it more diverse

    ~~

    Agree with your thrust: It’s white nations and only white nations that are being aggressively diversified. That the reigning ideology and the reigning powers-that-be demand to be diversified.

    But it is on “slow creep” elsewhere.

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    All true, except that Nigeria has more diversity than you think. Apart from the religious (Muslim, Christian, whatever) differences, there's probably enough inter-tribal hostility to make them slit each others' throats by the million if the friction flares up into full-blown war. All of which should be irrelevant to us, except that we're supposed to give asylum to any African who is or claims to be in danger from other Africans.
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  31. Mr. Anon says:

    I would include a picture of the Prime Minister saying this if he had dressed up for the occasion as a leprechaun or Maori warrior or Oktoberfest yodeler or Yanomamo shaman, but he was wearing a white shirt and red tie, so if he’s not going to make the effort to entertain us, I’m not going to bother either.

    So he was dressed up as a Prime Minister, and LARPing as a statesman.

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  32. I grew up in Miami/Coral Gables among many white Cubans and their considerably cute daughters (and their sons always named Alex). My high school gf’s father was involved in one of the anti-Castro exile foundations (the pro Reagan era). At a foundation meeting and at other occasions, my gf and I were told by numerous, unrelated people who were older than Trudeau that EVERYONE IN CUBA knew Justin (or “el hijo del ex-presidente comunista de Canada”) was Fidel’s son.

    The evidence now amassed is so overwhelming that anyone positing that Trudeau is Pierre’s son has the burden of proof. This was in the 80s-90s, long before this creature emerged as a politician. The Cubans already knew it, and it should be obvious to everyone by now.

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  33. Oddly enough, “entropy” seems to be a great word to use if one were arguing against multiculturalism, not for it:

    Definition of entropy:
    1 thermodynamics : [...] broadly : the degree of disorder or uncertainty in a system.

    2 a : the degradation of the matter and energy in the universe to an ultimate state of inert uniformity
    Entropy is the general trend of the universe toward death and disorder. —James R. Newman

    b : a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder
    The deterioration of copy editing and proof-reading, incidentally, is a token of the cultural entropy that has overtaken us in the postwar years. —John Simon

    3 : chaos, disorganization, randomness.
    [...]

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/entropy

    It’s anybody’s guess what was in Justin’s hummingbird mind when it settled on the word “entropy”. As for the rest of us, it works wonderfully to help explain why we resist “diversity” and globalism.

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  34. jim jones says:

    The BBC has a surprisingly good series about the History of the World around at the moment, unfortunately it does not mention entropy so I have no idea if it is goodthink or not:

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  35. @fnn
    In one of those pictures, he really does strongly resemble a young Fidel.

    In one of those pictures, he really does strongly resemble a young Fidel.

    Minus the testosterone.

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  36. densa says:
    @istevefan
    I forgot to add this. Given that increasing diversity is seemingly only taking place in the white world, doesn't this seem to indicate that diversity is just a buzzword for less white?

    Yes, diversity is code for the belief that Whites should be targeted as responsible for historic crimes against current Democratic dogma. Diversity was never a goal before, whereas having people rule themselves was. They sought to replace those claiming to be superior or chosen by God with equality under law. This was the socially agreed to Project in the founding of this country.

    When Lewis Powell started this diversity crap in 1978, he was alone in his opinion that this new invention was a “compelling state interest.” But after 15 years of stacking the Court, Sandra Day O’Conner’s majority opinion was that diversity was “a special exception” and it would be okay for the government to show racial preference in awarding money, power and position.

    Despite saying this shouldn’t be the sole deciding factor, i.e. preference could be shown between two equally qualified candidates, the law of the land is now open discrimination against Whites in the name of increasing diversity. Thus we have things like minority contract awards, which have nothing to do with being an equality tiebreaker. Diversity hiring is openly about increasing non-White employment and promotion.

    Worse still is the accompanying politics of wanting to use government power to “end whiteness” to increase diversity. Huh? Wouldn’t preserving White culture and peoples increase world diversity? And wouldn’t having people develop their own countries and cultures instead of becoming Ugly Americans be another win for world diversity? Why don’t those who want One World (ruled by them) for the world to be diverse instead of made the same?

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  37. Please save us. Canada is totally fucked with this loon at the helm. Immigrants are absolutely flooding the country. It’s been a shocking change since he’s been elected.

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  38. carol says:
    @istevefan
    I forgot to add this. Given that increasing diversity is seemingly only taking place in the white world, doesn't this seem to indicate that diversity is just a buzzword for less white?

    Of course. “Diversity” means up to 100% black.

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  39. Jim Given says:

    As one who was trained as a theoretical physicist, I can recognize Really Big Ideas in the making. Wow!

    But I ant to rephrase this tenet (entropy is our strength) as follows:

    Chaos is our strength.

    Or a la George Orwell:

    Chaos is strength.

    But the word “our” in the first version is telling, if by “us” one means the vast and growing Security State.

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  40. Wally says:

    entropy also means: lack of order or predictability; gradual decline into disorder

    There you go.

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  41. syonredux says:

    pretty funny:

    Don’t forget the Wright Brothers. Without the diversity of that team, they would never have made their insights or overcome their challenges. Without their diversity, we would still be driving through flyover country!

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    Despite the fiction of Hollywood, the people that sent a man to the moon, created industrialization, the scientific method, developed thermonuclear bombs, calculus, antibiotics, etc. were all quite diverse as well.
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    The force is what unites us.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2YQJsbbWNA
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  42. As Cary Grant might have said, “Trudy, Trudy, Trudy.”

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  43. RVBlake says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Your husband is not only the national leader, and the son and heir of the most famous man in your country’s history...

     

    Dudley Doright cheated on Nell? Horrors!

    yet tough enough to pummel a bouncer turned Tory politician in a 2012 charity boxing match.
     
    Forget military officers and businessmen. What the West needs now are more bouncers in public service.

    And he loves to get dressed up with you and your three kids in the national costume of whatever country you are visiting.

     

    Three? In some countries it's thirteen.

    Pierre Trudeau the greatest man in Canadian history? Irony, surely.

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  44. I would include a picture of the Prime Minister saying this if he had dressed up for the occasion as a leprechaun or Maori warrior or Oktoberfest yodeler or Yanomamo shaman, but he was wearing a white shirt and red tie, so if he’s not going to make the effort to entertain us, I’m not going to bother either.

    How about that horrible mass immigration fanatic, globalizer thug Justin Trudeau dress up as a De Souch or Pure Laine?

    The French term pure laine, literally meaning pure wool (and often translated as dyed-in-the-wool), refers to those whose ancestry is exclusively French-Canadian. (It probably relates to the raising of sheep for wool, which was common in rural Quebec of the 1700s.) Some definitions are more specific, indicating those whose families arrived in Canada during a specific period, with a lineage that is 100 per cent derived from New France (1534 to 1763) settlers.

    Terms with a similar meaning include de souche (of the base of the tree, or root) and old stock as in “Old Stock Canadians”).

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pure_laine

    Justin Trudeau is an evil globalizer thug who wants to destroy Canada as a home for the European Christian people. Trudeau has made it clear that the historic Canada of Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Celts and French Quebecois must be ripped up by the roots to be supplanted by Multicultural Mayhem Canada.

    Trudeau is just as much of a banker boy globalizer whore as that nasty little rat Macron in France.

    Marine Le Pen has more heart and guts in one of her fingers than Trudeau or Macron have in their entire body.

    The globalized corporate media is trying to make Macron the face of globalization and mass immigration and financialization and multiculturalism for Europe. The globalized corporate media is trying to advance the rancid fop boy Trudeau as the face of globalization and mass immigration and financialization and multiculturalism for the New World.

    Canada is a resource cartel, much like Australia. Both Canada and Australia will economically collapse when interest rate rise and the asset bubbles pop. That is when mass repatriation will be deployed in Canada and Australia to counteract the troubles caused by mass immigration.

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  45. OT. We couldn’t do this in the UK without all the photos featuring burkas and hijabs.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6148431/Putin-poses-photos-Russias-biggest-families-Order-Parental-Glory-awards-Moscow.html

    “Putin poses for photos with Russia’s biggest families and presents them with The Order of Parental Glory in bid to reverse country’s falling population”

    In UK news, another Rotherham trial.

    A young girl was ‘passed around’ and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex abuse trial were told.

    The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims the abuse she suffered between 1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old.

    Her account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight Asian men accused of the sexual abuse of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.

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    "Asian"?

    Is this BrandNewSpeak over there?
    , @Cagey Beast
    The Daily Mail's text accompanying the photos of Putin with Russian families is just idiotic.
    , @snorlax
    They also couldn't honestly* do it in Russia without all the photos featuring photos and hijabs. As it is most of the pictured children appear to have fetal alcohol syndrome.

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/96/FASkid.gif

    *Although perhaps your point is they're able to do it dishonestly without having to worry about PC considerations.
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  46. “Another time somebody gave a talk about poetry. He talked about the structure of the poem and the emotions that come with it; he divided everything up into certain kinds of classes. In the discussion that came afterwards, he said, ‘Isn’t that the same as in mathematics, Dr. Eisenhart?’

    Dr. Eisenhart was the dean of the graduate school and a great professor of mathematics. He was also very clever. He said, ‘I’d like to know what Dick Feynman thinks about it in reference to theoretical physics.’ He was always putting me on in this kind of situation.

    I got up and said, ‘Yes, it’s very closely related. In theoretical physics, the analog of the word is the mathematical formula, the analog of the structure of the poem is the interrelationship of the theoretical bling-bling with the so-and-so’–and I went through the whole thing, making a perfect analogy. The speaker’s eyes were beaming with happiness. Then I said, ‘It seems to me that no matter what you say about poetry, I could find a way of making up an analog with any subject, just as I did for theoretical physics. I don’t consider such analogs meaningful.’

    –Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman

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  47. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    Well, he’s right that increasing diversity, at least the left’s definition of it (BROWN PEOPLE!!!) does lead to increased randomness, disorganization, and chaos, which is pretty much the idea that pops into most people’s heads with entropy. Increasing entropy also leads ultimately to a situation where no more useful work can be extracted from a system, which is practically a Law regarding certain diverse communities, so he’s spot on about that as well. Finally, life is order and a constant state of opposing entropy at least locally, and ultimately, every living thing proceeds to death and greater entropy, so that reveals something pretty deep about what his ideas of diversity bring about as well.

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  48. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux
    pretty funny:

    Don't forget the Wright Brothers. Without the diversity of that team, they would never have made their insights or overcome their challenges. Without their diversity, we would still be driving through flyover country!

     

    https://twitter.com/OneTwoor/status/1038772430695813121

    Despite the fiction of Hollywood, the people that sent a man to the moon, created industrialization, the scientific method, developed thermonuclear bombs, calculus, antibiotics, etc. were all quite diverse as well.

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  49. @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    I don’t think that Justin Trudeau is smart enough to understand any engineering terms like Enthalpy, Entropy or even if he’s ever heard of Thermodynamics. As a politician, he blows a lot of useless hot air which can’t be used for any useful purpose except for running the printing presses of the lugenpress to print the daily catbox liners.

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    Maybe not - I partly wrote that to flush out the mechanical engineers. ;-} Come the revolution, we're all gonna be hotter.
    , @Authenticjazzman
    " He blows a lot of useless hot air"

    Not suprising as he, brainless shit-talker that he is, represents the epitome of the German "Links-Gruene-Gutmenschen"mindset, and again reminding us that all things destructive, and negative originate in Deutschland : Marxism, Psychology, Bauhaus, Heroin, "Meldepflicht", Antifa, the list could go on and on.

    Authenticjazzman "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz msucian.
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  50. Anonym says:

    I found this on r/the_donald. I have long wanted to create something similar myself, but “attaboy” to whoever did the work. What an awesome redpill.

    Followup work could be a graphic contrasting with China, India, etc. E.g. most non-white countries.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/9ecdg1/hate_speech/

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    No comment yet?

    To me as a white guy, the white extinction curve is the most important graph in the world, even more important than the most important graph in the world (which is also very important don't get me wrong). Consider featuring it as its own post, Steve.

    It also includes the world white population, a good summary.
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  51. Rob McX says:
    @AnotherDad

    So to say the ‘whole world’ is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world’s most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.
     
    Depends on exactly what sort of diversity one is talking about. Going down to the ethnic-level i would say "yes" there is more diversity.

    China -- my understanding is the non-Han minorities have grown in China due to the one-child policy being applied essentially only to the Han. And now--even with the cap lifted--Han Chinese birthrates seem to be trapped in sub-replacement level. (The "Western" or "modernity" disease.)

    India -- the Muslim proportion is certainly growing. Ticking up about a point a decade. It was 10% at independence and is now approaching 15%. These aren't--deeply--a separate ethnic group, but have essentially become one over the last five centuries. Also the upcaste middle classes have sub-replacement fertility--and leakage to the West. So they are being replaced. However that may be producing less diversity? It's certainly making the joint worse.

    USA -- definitely a diversifying disaster

    Indonesia -- don't known much; maybe Chinese continue to leave making it actually less diverse? no clue.

    Brazil -- i assume the black % is genomically rising in Brazil making it more "diverse"; a knowledgable Brazilian could comment

    Pakistan -- they may be killing off minorities and suppressing them so they leave enough that Pakistan is actually getting less diverse

    Nigeria -- by definition 100% diverse, so no change

    Bangladesh -- no one cares; we are told because of global warming the joint won't exist anymore in a few years

    Russia -- definitely getting more diverse, the muzzies and migrants from the 'stans are definitely outbreeding ethnic Russians. Though it's certainly not getting diverse at the Western rate. (Still if i was Putin, i wouldn't be doing my neo-imperial "Greater Russia" big tent, i'd be culling territory and peoples. Russia has more than enough real estate, it needs to ethnic hygenie.)

    Japan -- good hygenie, but with abysmal fertility every single non-Japanese immigrant is making it more diverse

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    Agree with your thrust: It's white nations and only white nations that are being aggressively diversified. That the reigning ideology and the reigning powers-that-be demand to be diversified.

    But it is on "slow creep" elsewhere.

    All true, except that Nigeria has more diversity than you think. Apart from the religious (Muslim, Christian, whatever) differences, there’s probably enough inter-tribal hostility to make them slit each others’ throats by the million if the friction flares up into full-blown war. All of which should be irrelevant to us, except that we’re supposed to give asylum to any African who is or claims to be in danger from other Africans.

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  52. CCZ says:

    But diversity is our strength!

    A 16-year-old girl was stabbed to death Saturday night in Long Branch, New Jersey and a 20-year-old man charged with her murder, investigators said.

    The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office said Long Branch police responded to a call about the stabbing at 10:42 PM Saturday night. They found the victim suffering from stab wounds and transported her to Monmouth Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.

    Authorities subsequently arrested Bryan Cordero-Castro, 20, of Long Branch, on charges of murder, possessing a weapon for an unlawful purpose and attempted escape.

    Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman Charles Webster told NJ Advance Media that Cordero-Castro was living in the country illegally and is from Guatemala.

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  53. Moar diversity. Ever heard of the Breakthrough Prize? Funded by the usual suspects i.e. Brin, Zuckerberg, the Chinese Tencent Guy, Yuri Milner, Anne Wojcicki?

    When I read in the Paper Of Record that “Britain’s leading female astronomer wins a £2m prize for her work on neutron stars” I wondered who that could be. Turns out it’s Jocelyn Bell, 75, and the work on neutron stars is her work as a PhD student in 1968, 50 years ago, when she famously discovered what turned out to be pulsars/neutron stars.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6137927/Physicist-donates-2-3-million-prize-boost-diversity-science.html

    She’s giving the entire £2.3m “to establish research studentships for people from under-represented groups in physics“.

    ‘I think diversity is very important and I hope this might increase the diversity a bit.

    ‘One of the under-represented groups in physics is women, so that is one that interests me.

    ‘But groups with various ethnicities could well be included, it would be wonderful if we could find a refugee or two.’

    ‘In the late 60s, early 70s, when all this was happening, science was very male dominated and, in Britain, white male dominated’

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  54. I apologize. This kind of comment and inaccurate usage of a technical term by a PM only leads our country to be taken even less seriously by the big boys than it is now. His putative father was a brilliant man. (I disagree with a lot of Pierre Elliot Trudeau’s thinking, but there was no doubting his capacious intellect). Justin demonstrates that regression to the mean in family intelligence is real. Nice guy, but not big-league material by any means.

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    The jury's still out on who is father was, but he definitely takes after his mom in both looks and intelligence.
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  55. Lurker says:

    Heat Death of the Universe – women and minorities hardest hit!

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  56. Justin Trudeau has absolutely everything going for him. He has his looks, historic name, pedigree, bilingualism, internationalist approval from the Soros crowd, Obama’s love and support from the anti-Trump American deep state.

    Not only that, Justin is also a member of the Quebecois nation which according to the Canadian narrative is an historically persecuted group deserving of special status, set asides and what amounts to affirmative action. I think the Quebecois are the only white group in the Western World which qualify for preferential treatment in government hiring. His father Pierre passed the Official Languages Act in 1969 so that people like him and his son would become the permanent embedded leadership class in this nation. Today, the Quebecois basically run the federal bureaucracy. There is nary an Anglophone to be found. To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    Despite the gay articles he wrote in women’s magazines championing a feminist upbringing for his son, I see what Steve is getting at about Trudeau’s manliness. The Prime Minister had a reputation of always swearing as a sailor when sitting as an opposition M.P. and sported very masculine Zorro-style facial hair. He reminds me of a few guys I went to high school with from high-pedigree families who would throw their weight around to remind the lower orders that they were not to be messed with. And you come to a fight with Trudeau at a significant disadvantage as breaking the jaw of someone from a privileged group is something that is not done.

    Trudeau could easily win another majority government in the coming months, if you can believe that. Unfortunately, the Conservatives are about to fracture into two parties in the next few weeks and the granola left wing NDP is led by an arrogant yet uninspiring Sikh businessman.

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    Pierre Trudeau was an internationalist. He wanted Canada to be the proving ground for the kind of world the Rockefeller Foundation and the other fans of the UN had in mind. Most Quebecers weren't into that though, so they pushed for "a free and independent Quebec within a strong and united Canada" as the joke goes. The net result was globalism for thee but not for me.

    To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    The Quebecers, Franco-Ontarians and Acadians get to have collectivism but we Anglos get good old Anglospherical liberalism. They have people from their communities who enter public life to make sure there's "jobs for the boys"; we get "leaders" who scold us for not accepting the new realities.

    I was born and raised in Ottawa so I saw close up how the two Founding Nations danced to different drums. I wish we'd had our own René Levesque back then. I wish even more we had one today.

    People interested in that era should check out an old NFB documentary called "The Champions". It was made back when we still could be bothered to be a country. We're post-political and post-national right now. Justin is our camp counsellor and he's here to make sure everyone's having a good time. If straight, White guys aren't having a good time, Justin's going to come over and tell them to be a better sport.
    https://www.nfb.ca/film/champions_part_1/

    , @Perspective

    Trudeau could easily win another majority government in the coming months, if you can believe that.
     
    More likely a minority led government, which could be even more disastrous than a majority if the minority is buttressed by the Communist NDP. A part of me believes me the NDP nominated the arrogant Sikh (in addition to virtue signalling) so they wouldn't split the vote on the left in the next election. The Liberals are after all NDP in everything but name.

    I'm actually fairly white pilled right now, I think the next Federal government in 2019 in Canada will be a Conservative coalition of some sorts.
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  57. @istevefan

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity".
     
    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn't this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don't know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 - India
    3 - USA
    4 - Indonesia
    5 - Brazil
    6 - Pakistan
    7 - Nigeria
    8 - Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 - Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 - Ethiopia
    13 - Philippines
    14 - Egypt
    15 - Vietnam
    16 - Congo

    So to say the 'whole world' is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world's most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    In other words, it’s old diversity rather than new.

    Japan and Bangladesh do not have official languages. They don’t need to. Brazil doesn’t either, making the establishment of Portuguese the most pointless sentence in their constitution.

    Indonesia’s only official language, in contrast, is a fake one that nobody speaks at home. A local Esperanto.

    Note where English is official: India, Pakistan, Nigeria, and the Philippines. In other words, as a Band-Aid to hold diversity together.

    Well-drawn borders do not need “official” languages. English-speaking countries where English is official are Canada, Ireland, and Belize. (The sum of the speakers of all languages in the Cayo District of Belize is 184%) Maybe the odd Caribbean island.

    What does that tell you?

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  58. @fnn
    In one of those pictures, he really does strongly resemble a young Fidel.

    His mom was a hoe and his dad a cuck so it’s possible (likely).

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  60. Pat Boyle says:
    @istevefan

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity".
     
    Is that true about the whole world, or just the white world? And if it is just the white world, doesn't this suggest Trudeau and those who share his views are rather provincial in that they either don't know about the non-white world, or just consider the white world as the whole world?

    If you go to the CIA Factbook and look at the most populous nations on Earth, you will see that almost none of them are becoming more diverse. They might be becoming more populous, but it appears that population growth is just more of what they have, hence, their diversity meter is staying the same.

    1- China
    2 - India
    3 - USA
    4 - Indonesia
    5 - Brazil
    6 - Pakistan
    7 - Nigeria
    8 - Bangladesh
    9- Russia
    10 - Japan
    11- Mexico
    12 - Ethiopia
    13 - Philippines
    14 - Egypt
    15 - Vietnam
    16 - Congo

    So to say the 'whole world' is becoming more diverse seems to be incorrect. It appears most of the world's most populous nations are maintaining their existing demographic.

    Of course the world is becoming less diverse and has been for some time. In 1491 there were probably more races and sub-races than their are today. Before the Voyages of Discovery there were probably tribes of Amerindians that no longer exist and Africans too. We tend to lose about one language a week (or is it every two weeks?). Are all the Tasmanians gone? How much longer will the Andaman Negritos continue to exist?

    Human population sub-types are like like automobiles companies. Once there were Hupmobiles, Duesenbergs, Stutzs and Stanleys. I had a Packard as a teen. My father had a Studebaker. I remember Oldsmobile and Dodge. All gone. Diversity in cars is declining fast. In people too.

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  61. foulkes says:

    Justin’s putative dad, Pierre, always dressed and looked well and kept in great shape.
    He assuredly passed these traits on to his sons.

    However many think they are not father and son for one glaring reason: IQ
    Pierre had an IQ around 160. Justin’s is in the double digits.
    There is a suspicion that Justin’s dad was Maggie’s dealer.

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  62. David says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    Isn't it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy? Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    "Diversity," as the term is used here, along with its corollary the globalist elimination of borders, means the grinding up of the organs of civilized, human life on Earth and making them all into one mash of hamburger.

    That equals death.

    Diversity is Death.

    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth — miracle of life, etc. — doesn’t contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun. Or maybe it does contradict it, but only like an eddy in a stream contradicts its current. Universe-wide, the heat-death continues apace.

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    Of course you are right, but where does the order come from, and how do we know there is not a source of energy from within the Universe that powers everything?

    Yes, these are unscientific questions. Or are they?

    Please don't take be down this road, or I will make an even bigger fool of myself.

    We agree that to destroy the integrity of the human world's subsystems is to destroy it. That is important.

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth — miracle of life, etc. — doesn’t contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun.
     
    You have missed the point Buzz was making. Yes, we have the sun. And the sun was formed by the Big Bang. And materialists believe (through the power of magical thinking) that before the Big Bang there was nothing. And then... poof!

    Buzz is pointing out that you don't get order and consciousness from nothing. Because 'ex nihilo nihil fit' as we all know. We need at least one miracle to get here.

    There is a reason consciousness is the 'really difficult problem' for philosophy. Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can't even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.
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  63. @Canadian Observer
    Justin Trudeau has absolutely everything going for him. He has his looks, historic name, pedigree, bilingualism, internationalist approval from the Soros crowd, Obama’s love and support from the anti-Trump American deep state.

    Not only that, Justin is also a member of the Quebecois nation which according to the Canadian narrative is an historically persecuted group deserving of special status, set asides and what amounts to affirmative action. I think the Quebecois are the only white group in the Western World which qualify for preferential treatment in government hiring. His father Pierre passed the Official Languages Act in 1969 so that people like him and his son would become the permanent embedded leadership class in this nation. Today, the Quebecois basically run the federal bureaucracy. There is nary an Anglophone to be found. To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    Despite the gay articles he wrote in women’s magazines championing a feminist upbringing for his son, I see what Steve is getting at about Trudeau’s manliness. The Prime Minister had a reputation of always swearing as a sailor when sitting as an opposition M.P. and sported very masculine Zorro-style facial hair. He reminds me of a few guys I went to high school with from high-pedigree families who would throw their weight around to remind the lower orders that they were not to be messed with. And you come to a fight with Trudeau at a significant disadvantage as breaking the jaw of someone from a privileged group is something that is not done.

    Trudeau could easily win another majority government in the coming months, if you can believe that. Unfortunately, the Conservatives are about to fracture into two parties in the next few weeks and the granola left wing NDP is led by an arrogant yet uninspiring Sikh businessman.

    Pierre Trudeau was an internationalist. He wanted Canada to be the proving ground for the kind of world the Rockefeller Foundation and the other fans of the UN had in mind. Most Quebecers weren’t into that though, so they pushed for “a free and independent Quebec within a strong and united Canada” as the joke goes. The net result was globalism for thee but not for me.

    To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    The Quebecers, Franco-Ontarians and Acadians get to have collectivism but we Anglos get good old Anglospherical liberalism. They have people from their communities who enter public life to make sure there’s “jobs for the boys”; we get “leaders” who scold us for not accepting the new realities.

    I was born and raised in Ottawa so I saw close up how the two Founding Nations danced to different drums. I wish we’d had our own René Levesque back then. I wish even more we had one today.

    People interested in that era should check out an old NFB documentary called “The Champions”. It was made back when we still could be bothered to be a country. We’re post-political and post-national right now. Justin is our camp counsellor and he’s here to make sure everyone’s having a good time. If straight, White guys aren’t having a good time, Justin’s going to come over and tell them to be a better sport.

    https://www.nfb.ca/film/champions_part_1/

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    It was made back when we still could be bothered to be a country.
     
    Joke found somewhere:

    Once we lived in kingdoms, run by kings.

    Then we lived in empires, run by emperors.

    Now we live in countries.
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  64. Anon[106] • Disclaimer says:

    Tech def. of Heat Death of the Universe = same temperature everywhere, at which point game over.

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    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.
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  65. … yet tough enough to pummel a bouncer turned Tory politician in a 2012 charity boxing match.

    Here’s a brand new interview with the guy Justin beat in that match:

    ‘I’m just lucky to be here’: Patrick Brazeau’s quiet comeback after years of scandal
    Controversial senator reflects on the personal turmoil that nearly ended his career
    CBC Radio · September 8

    Had I won that boxing match, I don’t believe that Justin Trudeau today would be the prime minister of Canada.
    - Senator Patrick Brazeau

    https://www.cbc.ca/radio/outintheopen/i-m-just-lucky-to-be-here-patrick-brazeau-s-quiet-comeback-after-years-of-scandal-1.4809736

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  66. @Anon
    Tech def. of Heat Death of the Universe = same temperature everywhere, at which point game over.

    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

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    As long as they have the corresponding restaurants the Spice Death of the universe will be averted.
    , @Anonymous
    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

    How do so many of these immigrants, who usually don't appear to be very affluent, have the money to open all of these nail shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, gas station mini-marts, etc.? I've thought starting various businesses before, but the money required up front always seemed quite prohibitive. And, my business ideas usually didn't require all that much money to start. They certainly didn't require the equipment/furniture necessary for restaurants, dry cleaners, etc. Are the immigrants actually quite wealthy, or are they opening these businesses for wealthy people back in their home countries, or what? Does anyone here know?
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  67. @Canadian Observer
    Justin Trudeau has absolutely everything going for him. He has his looks, historic name, pedigree, bilingualism, internationalist approval from the Soros crowd, Obama’s love and support from the anti-Trump American deep state.

    Not only that, Justin is also a member of the Quebecois nation which according to the Canadian narrative is an historically persecuted group deserving of special status, set asides and what amounts to affirmative action. I think the Quebecois are the only white group in the Western World which qualify for preferential treatment in government hiring. His father Pierre passed the Official Languages Act in 1969 so that people like him and his son would become the permanent embedded leadership class in this nation. Today, the Quebecois basically run the federal bureaucracy. There is nary an Anglophone to be found. To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    Despite the gay articles he wrote in women’s magazines championing a feminist upbringing for his son, I see what Steve is getting at about Trudeau’s manliness. The Prime Minister had a reputation of always swearing as a sailor when sitting as an opposition M.P. and sported very masculine Zorro-style facial hair. He reminds me of a few guys I went to high school with from high-pedigree families who would throw their weight around to remind the lower orders that they were not to be messed with. And you come to a fight with Trudeau at a significant disadvantage as breaking the jaw of someone from a privileged group is something that is not done.

    Trudeau could easily win another majority government in the coming months, if you can believe that. Unfortunately, the Conservatives are about to fracture into two parties in the next few weeks and the granola left wing NDP is led by an arrogant yet uninspiring Sikh businessman.

    Trudeau could easily win another majority government in the coming months, if you can believe that.

    More likely a minority led government, which could be even more disastrous than a majority if the minority is buttressed by the Communist NDP. A part of me believes me the NDP nominated the arrogant Sikh (in addition to virtue signalling) so they wouldn’t split the vote on the left in the next election. The Liberals are after all NDP in everything but name.

    I’m actually fairly white pilled right now, I think the next Federal government in 2019 in Canada will be a Conservative coalition of some sorts.

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  68. anon[423] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Professor argues diversity is bad in the academy.

    https://www.chronicle.com/article/Fascismthe-University/244382?key=ZPRvPGcEksyNlrWwMqd4mvXhljHNCaF4poKm4-e3O1kjm5eF4OBJ3xaZ_LQntZxbNmwyclhTY19Id0ZnMzJaODZUeFVGbzZtV0prN0tvdElMLXVzQ0RfU0dwSQ

    Oh you thought i meant racial diversity? Hah! Clearly it’s viewpoint diversity that’s the enemy of learning…

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    The Right doesn't control a single R1 university in America, except perhaps BYU. What else do we have? Hillsdale, Grove City, Liberty, assorted small and irrelevant institutions.

    Liberals show by their nature that the only reason they favor diversity is because it means getting rid of white conservatives.

    The left has total control of the university systems, and it has brought us 1.5 trillion dollars in debt. The reaction should not be Marxism designed to wipe away the debts, it should be the seizure of university endowments to pay off the debts and the downsizing of the universities.

    If you want a Gender Studies Department, it is entirely fair that a Fascism Studies department run by and for fascists exist alongside it.
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  69. Lot says:

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    Paying 3c to a Vietnamese sweatshop worker to make a pair of shoes that you sell to an African American welfare recipient for $250?
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  70. @ThreeCranes
    "raising standards of living around the world..."

    Anyone who believes that entropy is capable of raising anything up from a ground state doesn't understand what the hell they're talking about.

    "Quantum mechanics is the escapement mechanism that prevents entropy from happening all at once."

    me

    “Anyone who believes that entropy is capable of raising anything up from a ground state doesn’t understand what the hell they’re talking about.”

    In Trudeau’s case, that is a fact long established. Luckily for him, it doesn’t seem to be particularly relevant.

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  71. @Steve Sailer
    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

    As long as they have the corresponding restaurants the Spice Death of the universe will be averted.

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  72. @Buzz Mohawk
    Isn't it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy? Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    "Diversity," as the term is used here, along with its corollary the globalist elimination of borders, means the grinding up of the organs of civilized, human life on Earth and making them all into one mash of hamburger.

    That equals death.

    Diversity is Death.

    Isn’t it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy?

    Only if you don’t understand the principles involved or the boundaries of the system.  The 2LOT only applies to closed systems.  Earth is not a closed system, and as long as the universe expands there is an infinite sink for excess entropy.

    As for consciousness and life itself, every step involved (including photosynthesis) has a net increase in entropy.  Further, complexity IS entropy; the simplest possible way to arrange a kilogram of air would be to have all but one atom or molecule separated into chemical constituents chilled and Bose-Einstein condensed into the same quantum state, and all the energy of the parcel packed into the motion of that last atom.  You’d only require one or two numbers to describe everything about this system.  An actual parcel of air at room temperature can only be described by its bulk statistics.

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  73. @Cagey Beast
    Pierre Trudeau was an internationalist. He wanted Canada to be the proving ground for the kind of world the Rockefeller Foundation and the other fans of the UN had in mind. Most Quebecers weren't into that though, so they pushed for "a free and independent Quebec within a strong and united Canada" as the joke goes. The net result was globalism for thee but not for me.

    To be fair, the Quebecois have a legitimate claim to being one of Canada’s two founding peoples. But the white English Anglophones are consigned to the private sector and an atomized existence. They get no privileges at all.

    The Quebecers, Franco-Ontarians and Acadians get to have collectivism but we Anglos get good old Anglospherical liberalism. They have people from their communities who enter public life to make sure there's "jobs for the boys"; we get "leaders" who scold us for not accepting the new realities.

    I was born and raised in Ottawa so I saw close up how the two Founding Nations danced to different drums. I wish we'd had our own René Levesque back then. I wish even more we had one today.

    People interested in that era should check out an old NFB documentary called "The Champions". It was made back when we still could be bothered to be a country. We're post-political and post-national right now. Justin is our camp counsellor and he's here to make sure everyone's having a good time. If straight, White guys aren't having a good time, Justin's going to come over and tell them to be a better sport.
    https://www.nfb.ca/film/champions_part_1/

    It was made back when we still could be bothered to be a country.

    Joke found somewhere:

    Once we lived in kingdoms, run by kings.

    Then we lived in empires, run by emperors.

    Now we live in countries.

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  74. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @YetAnotherAnon
    OT. We couldn't do this in the UK without all the photos featuring burkas and hijabs.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6148431/Putin-poses-photos-Russias-biggest-families-Order-Parental-Glory-awards-Moscow.html

    "Putin poses for photos with Russia's biggest families and presents them with The Order of Parental Glory in bid to reverse country's falling population"


    In UK news, another Rotherham trial.

    A young girl was 'passed around' and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex abuse trial were told.

    The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims the abuse she suffered between 1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old.

    Her account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight Asian men accused of the sexual abuse of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.

     

    “Asian”?

    Is this BrandNewSpeak over there?

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    British people use the term "Asian" more broadly than Americans, who use it exclusively for East Asians.
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  75. Anon[395] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    OT: Professor argues diversity is bad in the academy.
    https://www.chronicle.com/article/Fascismthe-University/244382?key=ZPRvPGcEksyNlrWwMqd4mvXhljHNCaF4poKm4-e3O1kjm5eF4OBJ3xaZ_LQntZxbNmwyclhTY19Id0ZnMzJaODZUeFVGbzZtV0prN0tvdElMLXVzQ0RfU0dwSQ

    Oh you thought i meant racial diversity? Hah! Clearly it's viewpoint diversity that's the enemy of learning...

    The Right doesn’t control a single R1 university in America, except perhaps BYU. What else do we have? Hillsdale, Grove City, Liberty, assorted small and irrelevant institutions.

    Liberals show by their nature that the only reason they favor diversity is because it means getting rid of white conservatives.

    The left has total control of the university systems, and it has brought us 1.5 trillion dollars in debt. The reaction should not be Marxism designed to wipe away the debts, it should be the seizure of university endowments to pay off the debts and the downsizing of the universities.

    If you want a Gender Studies Department, it is entirely fair that a Fascism Studies department run by and for fascists exist alongside it.

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  76. @YetAnotherAnon
    OT. We couldn't do this in the UK without all the photos featuring burkas and hijabs.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6148431/Putin-poses-photos-Russias-biggest-families-Order-Parental-Glory-awards-Moscow.html

    "Putin poses for photos with Russia's biggest families and presents them with The Order of Parental Glory in bid to reverse country's falling population"


    In UK news, another Rotherham trial.

    A young girl was 'passed around' and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex abuse trial were told.

    The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims the abuse she suffered between 1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old.

    Her account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight Asian men accused of the sexual abuse of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.

     

    The Daily Mail‘s text accompanying the photos of Putin with Russian families is just idiotic.

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  77. @AngloBerserkerJew
    I apologize. This kind of comment and inaccurate usage of a technical term by a PM only leads our country to be taken even less seriously by the big boys than it is now. His putative father was a brilliant man. (I disagree with a lot of Pierre Elliot Trudeau's thinking, but there was no doubting his capacious intellect). Justin demonstrates that regression to the mean in family intelligence is real. Nice guy, but not big-league material by any means.

    The jury’s still out on who is father was, but he definitely takes after his mom in both looks and intelligence.

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  78. Lowe says:
    @anonymous
    "Asian"?

    Is this BrandNewSpeak over there?

    British people use the term “Asian” more broadly than Americans, who use it exclusively for East Asians.

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  79. @David
    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth -- miracle of life, etc. -- doesn't contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun. Or maybe it does contradict it, but only like an eddy in a stream contradicts its current. Universe-wide, the heat-death continues apace.

    Of course you are right, but where does the order come from, and how do we know there is not a source of energy from within the Universe that powers everything?

    Yes, these are unscientific questions. Or are they?

    Please don’t take be down this road, or I will make an even bigger fool of myself.

    We agree that to destroy the integrity of the human world’s subsystems is to destroy it. That is important.

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  80. Anonymous[527] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/001/407/707/a22.jpg

    Paying 3c to a Vietnamese sweatshop worker to make a pair of shoes that you sell to an African American welfare recipient for $250?

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  81. @syonredux
    pretty funny:

    Don't forget the Wright Brothers. Without the diversity of that team, they would never have made their insights or overcome their challenges. Without their diversity, we would still be driving through flyover country!

     

    https://twitter.com/OneTwoor/status/1038772430695813121

    The force is what unites us.

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  82. @John Janscombe
    I don't think that Justin Trudeau is smart enough to understand any engineering terms like Enthalpy, Entropy or even if he's ever heard of Thermodynamics. As a politician, he blows a lot of useless hot air which can't be used for any useful purpose except for running the printing presses of the lugenpress to print the daily catbox liners.

    Maybe not – I partly wrote that to flush out the mechanical engineers. ;-} Come the revolution, we’re all gonna be hotter.

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  83. Think about it. Under heat death, Canada and Russia will be the last to survive.

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  84. Anonym says:
    @Anonym
    I found this on r/the_donald. I have long wanted to create something similar myself, but "attaboy" to whoever did the work. What an awesome redpill.

    https://images2.imgbox.com/d3/da/AZxsgAEN_o.png

    Followup work could be a graphic contrasting with China, India, etc. E.g. most non-white countries.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/9ecdg1/hate_speech/

    No comment yet?

    To me as a white guy, the white extinction curve is the most important graph in the world, even more important than the most important graph in the world (which is also very important don’t get me wrong). Consider featuring it as its own post, Steve.

    It also includes the world white population, a good summary.

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  85. Speaking of the universe, Drudge links to a story about the head of the “British Science Association”.
    His name is Jim al-Khalili.

    Now any real Brit would call such a group merely “The Science Association”. National identifiers are so woggy. So… American.

    Jim al-Khalili = Kill him. A jail.

    Shmuley Boteach = A mouthy belches.

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  86. snorlax says:
    @YetAnotherAnon
    OT. We couldn't do this in the UK without all the photos featuring burkas and hijabs.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6148431/Putin-poses-photos-Russias-biggest-families-Order-Parental-Glory-awards-Moscow.html

    "Putin poses for photos with Russia's biggest families and presents them with The Order of Parental Glory in bid to reverse country's falling population"


    In UK news, another Rotherham trial.

    A young girl was 'passed around' and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex abuse trial were told.

    The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, claims the abuse she suffered between 1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old.

    Her account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight Asian men accused of the sexual abuse of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.

     

    They also couldn’t honestly* do it in Russia without all the photos featuring photos and hijabs. As it is most of the pictured children appear to have fetal alcohol syndrome.

    *Although perhaps your point is they’re able to do it dishonestly without having to worry about PC considerations.

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  87. @David
    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth -- miracle of life, etc. -- doesn't contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun. Or maybe it does contradict it, but only like an eddy in a stream contradicts its current. Universe-wide, the heat-death continues apace.

    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth — miracle of life, etc. — doesn’t contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun.

    You have missed the point Buzz was making. Yes, we have the sun. And the sun was formed by the Big Bang. And materialists believe (through the power of magical thinking) that before the Big Bang there was nothing. And then… poof!

    Buzz is pointing out that you don’t get order and consciousness from nothing. Because ‘ex nihilo nihil fit‘ as we all know. We need at least one miracle to get here.

    There is a reason consciousness is the ‘really difficult problem’ for philosophy. Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can’t even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.

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    There is a reason consciousness is the ‘really difficult problem’ for philosophy.
     
    Everything is a really difficult problem for philosophy, since philosophy has no tools that would enable it to make progress on any important problem. In some cases philosophy makes pseudo-progress on the meta-problem of how to *talk* about the problem. But that is in reality anti-progress that takes us further from a solution or a way of finding one, because true progress even on the meta-question comes from progress in actually solving the problem.

    Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can’t even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.
     
    "Nonsense shall come from nonsense" -- Solonius.

    By the way, for those saying that Trudeau was wrong (he is completely correct), here is a link:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diversity_index#Shannon_index

    The "Shannon index" is another name for entropy, in Shannon's interpretation as bits of information. I do think Trudeau picked this up from a TED talk or Malcolm Gladwell or something of that ilk.

    , @Mr. Rational

    Buzz is pointing out that you don’t get order and consciousness from nothing.
     
    So, epistemological question:  how do you know this?  How many times have you seen either order OR consciousness emerge, and what did they come from?

    Of course, that is a trick question.  You don't know.  @academic_gossip is correct, about philosophy and about you.  You're making the argument from ignorance.

    In the case of order, it can arise from disorder.  Consider the separation of salt water into ice and brine.  This is an increase in order; the entropy of the ice and brine is less than that of the salt water.  How does this jibe with the 2LOT?  The heat released in the freezing process has more entropy than the entropy lost by the salt water.  The same thing happens in photosynthesis, in the Miller-Urey experiment, and everywhere else.  Just because the global arrow of entropy is positive does not mean that everything becomes more disordered in the process.

    ΔS = ΔH / T(abs).

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  88. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

    How do so many of these immigrants, who usually don’t appear to be very affluent, have the money to open all of these nail shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, gas station mini-marts, etc.? I’ve thought starting various businesses before, but the money required up front always seemed quite prohibitive. And, my business ideas usually didn’t require all that much money to start. They certainly didn’t require the equipment/furniture necessary for restaurants, dry cleaners, etc. Are the immigrants actually quite wealthy, or are they opening these businesses for wealthy people back in their home countries, or what? Does anyone here know?

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    "How do so many of these immigrants, who usually don’t appear to be very affluent, have the money to open all of these nail shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, gas station mini-marts, etc.?"

    By way of social networking, or securing bank loans, or having the start up cash. You know, just like our (European) ancestors.
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  89. @Achmed E. Newman
    Premier Engineer Trudeau seems to have forgotten his basic Thermodynamics. Increasing diversity is a process that increases internal energy in the control volume (the nation) and also increases pressure over the volume (P-V work) meaning enthalpy goes up more than internal energy even. I'm not sure how he has come to the conclusion the entropy has INCREASED.

    In a control volume with INCREASED entropy, it means that there is lots of energy that can do NO useful work. (Is he thinking about Somalians?) That is not the case here. Diversity reduction reactions do not occur adiabatically, and are extremely exothermic, in fact.

    Trudeau's theory is basesd on a false premise that diversity is an irreversible process. That's just this engineer's take on the matter.

    Trudeau may have a different textbook, with a different 0'th through 3rd laws. Thermodynamics is nothing but an engineer's construct, or at least that's what some of the more diverse students have claimed.

    Monsieur Trudeau aspires to rule over a heap of demolition rubble, bones, plastic nurdles, bottlecaps & ashes.
    In Entropy there is Strength.

    Carpe diem to the Valley Floor!
    Onwards still to the Abyss!

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  90. @Sean
    F. R. Leavis on C.R Snow who in his Two Cultures cited ignorance of entropy as equivalent to ignorance of Shakespeare.

    "If confidence in oneself as a master-mind, qualified by capacity, insight and knowledge to pronounce authoritatively on the frightening problems of our civilisation, is genius, then there can be no doubt about Sir Charles Snow's." [...] "The peculiar quality of Snow's assurance expresses itself in a pervasive tone; a tone of which one can say that, while only genius could justify it, one cannot readily think of genius adopting it."
     
    Maxwell's Demon is our strength.
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    Rushing I distrusted my own memory, and took it from a Google Books result.

    https://www.vox.com/the-big-idea/2018/5/17/17362548/pinker-enlightenment-now-two-cultures-rationality-war-debate

    In the broader universe of knowledge production today, at this moment, it’s scientists like Pinker who hold most of the cards. It falls now to Pinker and like-minded champions of knowledge to decide, as they currently occupy the Leavis position in the disciplinary hierarchy, whether they want to be Leavises — vitriolic critics punching down — or Snows, arguing for the collaborative pursuit of knowledge across disciplinary divides.
     

    In his recent Enlightenment Now book Pinker rails against Leavis as someone who seemed to think the highest moral good was the consumption of elite art. Leavis's anti-CP piece was seen as exhibiting "reptilian venom" and destroyed his reputation. Steven Fry said when he was at University there were a few of the old boy's disciples and they were scoffed at as "Dead Leavisites". Leavis's current defenders see him as disputing whether science and its promise of a higher average standard of living could be any kind of moral guide. I suppose it depends what one sees beauty in.
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  91. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    So, according to sage Trudeau, the ultimate fate of Canada is to a state where there is not enough energy to be found to perform any useful work.

    Exactly. Sounds like a typical European third world welfare leeching ghetto.
    The only difference is that acts of terrorism are incubated rather than work performed.

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  92. @Dumbo
    Trudeau gives a gay vibe, like Macron. But maybe it's just that this way with globalist leaders, their narcissism makes them look more gay than they are.

    https://www.nationalobserver.com/sites/nationalobserver.com/files/styles/nat_header_full_size/public/img/2017/06/24/cpt101412540.jpg

    He seems to be enjoying himself.

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  93. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth — miracle of life, etc. — doesn’t contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun.
     
    You have missed the point Buzz was making. Yes, we have the sun. And the sun was formed by the Big Bang. And materialists believe (through the power of magical thinking) that before the Big Bang there was nothing. And then... poof!

    Buzz is pointing out that you don't get order and consciousness from nothing. Because 'ex nihilo nihil fit' as we all know. We need at least one miracle to get here.

    There is a reason consciousness is the 'really difficult problem' for philosophy. Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can't even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.

    There is a reason consciousness is the ‘really difficult problem’ for philosophy.

    Everything is a really difficult problem for philosophy, since philosophy has no tools that would enable it to make progress on any important problem. In some cases philosophy makes pseudo-progress on the meta-problem of how to *talk* about the problem. But that is in reality anti-progress that takes us further from a solution or a way of finding one, because true progress even on the meta-question comes from progress in actually solving the problem.

    Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can’t even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.

    “Nonsense shall come from nonsense” — Solonius.

    By the way, for those saying that Trudeau was wrong (he is completely correct), here is a link:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diversity_index#Shannon_index

    The “Shannon index” is another name for entropy, in Shannon’s interpretation as bits of information. I do think Trudeau picked this up from a TED talk or Malcolm Gladwell or something of that ilk.

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  94. Meh. Diversity, like mixing paint, is a subtractive process that leaves you with black sludge.

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  95. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    Not to disagree with your conclusion, but decreasing entropy on Earth — miracle of life, etc. — doesn’t contradict entropy because Earth has an external energy source, the sun.
     
    You have missed the point Buzz was making. Yes, we have the sun. And the sun was formed by the Big Bang. And materialists believe (through the power of magical thinking) that before the Big Bang there was nothing. And then... poof!

    Buzz is pointing out that you don't get order and consciousness from nothing. Because 'ex nihilo nihil fit' as we all know. We need at least one miracle to get here.

    There is a reason consciousness is the 'really difficult problem' for philosophy. Philosophers not only cannot persuade us that something comes from nothing. They can't even persuade themselves. But their entire edifice depends on something coming from nothing.

    Buzz is pointing out that you don’t get order and consciousness from nothing.

    So, epistemological question:  how do you know this?  How many times have you seen either order OR consciousness emerge, and what did they come from?

    Of course, that is a trick question.  You don’t know.  @academic_gossip is correct, about philosophy and about you.  You’re making the argument from ignorance.

    In the case of order, it can arise from disorder.  Consider the separation of salt water into ice and brine.  This is an increase in order; the entropy of the ice and brine is less than that of the salt water.  How does this jibe with the 2LOT?  The heat released in the freezing process has more entropy than the entropy lost by the salt water.  The same thing happens in photosynthesis, in the Miller-Urey experiment, and everywhere else.  Just because the global arrow of entropy is positive does not mean that everything becomes more disordered in the process.

    ΔS = ΔH / T(abs).

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    Now try to prove that your global is a closed system.

    Our Big Bang could just be entropy outgassing from another universe.

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  96. @Buzz Mohawk
    Isn't it obvious that the miracle of life and consciousness contradicts entropy? Think about it: systems, thoughts, knowledge become more complex, not less. Perhaps they become more fragile too.

    "Diversity," as the term is used here, along with its corollary the globalist elimination of borders, means the grinding up of the organs of civilized, human life on Earth and making them all into one mash of hamburger.

    That equals death.

    Diversity is Death.

    Complex isn’t the word you’re looking for, but the gist of what you are saying is true, profound, and miraculous.

    Not coincidentally the existence of gists, both in the sense used here as well as the sense one finds in looking at the etymology of the word, is essential to the phenomenon you note.

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  97. @Mr. Rational

    Buzz is pointing out that you don’t get order and consciousness from nothing.
     
    So, epistemological question:  how do you know this?  How many times have you seen either order OR consciousness emerge, and what did they come from?

    Of course, that is a trick question.  You don't know.  @academic_gossip is correct, about philosophy and about you.  You're making the argument from ignorance.

    In the case of order, it can arise from disorder.  Consider the separation of salt water into ice and brine.  This is an increase in order; the entropy of the ice and brine is less than that of the salt water.  How does this jibe with the 2LOT?  The heat released in the freezing process has more entropy than the entropy lost by the salt water.  The same thing happens in photosynthesis, in the Miller-Urey experiment, and everywhere else.  Just because the global arrow of entropy is positive does not mean that everything becomes more disordered in the process.

    ΔS = ΔH / T(abs).

    Now try to prove that your global is a closed system.

    Our Big Bang could just be entropy outgassing from another universe.

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    Your first sentence is incoherent, the second is pure speculation.

    We do have an entropy sink which has no known limit.  It's radiation to space.  378k years after the Big Bang, the entire universe cooled below 3000 K and transitioned from plasma to atomic hydrogen.  This radiation has since expanded in wavelength along with the expansion of space-time and is now at 2.7 K.  We can now radiate waste heat at 1000K, 250 K (roughly Earth's effective temperature), 77 K (temperature of liquid nitrogen) or even 20 K (roughly the temp of liquid hydrogen) and the universe will absorb as much as we can manage to generate.

    Without this, there could be no biological life.  I don't know who said it, but it's true:  "I am, therefore the universe expands."
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  98. @Zoodles
    baby trudeau was elected solely on his name.

    His father Pierre Elliot Trudeau was socialist who is the source of many of Canada's woes. But despite his many flaws, even his critics give the man grudging respect, because while PET was a horrid PM, on a personal level he was a chad. The guy was smart, educated, very debonair, dated celebrities and models and had a black belt in Judo. He had balls too, and when the FLQ precipitated the October crisis he invoked the war measures act, sent troops into the streets and smashed the FLQ forever. When a journalist confronted him, butthurt about the suspension of civil rights and asked him how far he would go, Trudeau openly taunted him and said "just watch me"

    PET married a woman half his age, and she gave him 3 kids. They later divorced, but Trudeau was still banging chicks half his age and fathering children when he was into his 70's.

    Baby trudeau has his father's looks and politics but little else. He lacks PET's brains and possesses none of his panache.

    His father Pierre Elliot Trudeau was socialist who is the source of many of Canada’s woes.

    PET did much to destroy the pleasant Commonwealth country that was the Canada I visited long ago.

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  99. @Desiderius
    Now try to prove that your global is a closed system.

    Our Big Bang could just be entropy outgassing from another universe.

    Your first sentence is incoherent, the second is pure speculation.

    We do have an entropy sink which has no known limit.  It’s radiation to space.  378k years after the Big Bang, the entire universe cooled below 3000 K and transitioned from plasma to atomic hydrogen.  This radiation has since expanded in wavelength along with the expansion of space-time and is now at 2.7 K.  We can now radiate waste heat at 1000K, 250 K (roughly Earth’s effective temperature), 77 K (temperature of liquid nitrogen) or even 20 K (roughly the temp of liquid hydrogen) and the universe will absorb as much as we can manage to generate.

    Without this, there could be no biological life.  I don’t know who said it, but it’s true:  “I am, therefore the universe expands.”

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    “Your first sentence is incoherent”

    You claim that the global arrow of entropy is positive. But if that statement is to be relevant the word “global” has to have a real referent.

    Good luck proving that hypothesis.
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  100. @TG
    Of course, nobody really believes in 'diversity.' It's just spin.

    The bottom line: the rich want to import workers from overpopulated third-world countries in order to drive wages down and profits up. But that doesn't sound very good. So instead, they say it's about 'diversity' and anyone complaining about our cheap-labor immigration policies is a racist, a fascist, "literally Hitler."

    Ideally, when diversity is raised, we should respond by saying so what and change the subject to labor-market economics, and the impact of a rapidly increasing population on traffic, rents, the environment, etc.

    Absolutely. Very smart advice.

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  101. @John Janscombe
    I don't think that Justin Trudeau is smart enough to understand any engineering terms like Enthalpy, Entropy or even if he's ever heard of Thermodynamics. As a politician, he blows a lot of useless hot air which can't be used for any useful purpose except for running the printing presses of the lugenpress to print the daily catbox liners.

    ” He blows a lot of useless hot air”

    Not suprising as he, brainless shit-talker that he is, represents the epitome of the German “Links-Gruene-Gutmenschen”mindset, and again reminding us that all things destructive, and negative originate in Deutschland : Marxism, Psychology, Bauhaus, Heroin, “Meldepflicht”, Antifa, the list could go on and on.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz msucian.

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    There's plenty of good things that came from there that we take for granted today, such as the printing press.
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  102. Regarding Steve Sailer’s remark about Trudeau’s knack at playing dress up: one of his notable dress-ups was for the Montreal Gay Pride Parade with the visiting Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar. Varadka actually is a gay man so Trudeau who is straight dressed up as a gay man to parade with Varadkar who dressed noncommittally.

    https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/taoiseach-leo-varadkar-and-his-partner-join-trudeau-at-the-montreal-pride-parade-36051167.html

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  103. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous
    The globalist goal is to have the exact same number of Vietnamese nail salons in every strip mall on Earth.

    How do so many of these immigrants, who usually don't appear to be very affluent, have the money to open all of these nail shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, gas station mini-marts, etc.? I've thought starting various businesses before, but the money required up front always seemed quite prohibitive. And, my business ideas usually didn't require all that much money to start. They certainly didn't require the equipment/furniture necessary for restaurants, dry cleaners, etc. Are the immigrants actually quite wealthy, or are they opening these businesses for wealthy people back in their home countries, or what? Does anyone here know?

    “How do so many of these immigrants, who usually don’t appear to be very affluent, have the money to open all of these nail shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, gas station mini-marts, etc.?”

    By way of social networking, or securing bank loans, or having the start up cash. You know, just like our (European) ancestors.

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  104. Corvinus says:

    “Your husband is not only the national leader, and the son and heir of the most famous man in your country’s history, but he’s boyishly handsome, yet tough enough to pummel a bouncer turned Tory politician in a 2012 charity boxing match. And he loves to get dressed up with you and your three kids in the national costume of whatever country you are visiting.”

    He is referred to as a Renaissance man.

    “The world is moving towards more diversity, not less diversity.”

    Fact, not fiction.

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  105. @Mr. Rational
    Your first sentence is incoherent, the second is pure speculation.

    We do have an entropy sink which has no known limit.  It's radiation to space.  378k years after the Big Bang, the entire universe cooled below 3000 K and transitioned from plasma to atomic hydrogen.  This radiation has since expanded in wavelength along with the expansion of space-time and is now at 2.7 K.  We can now radiate waste heat at 1000K, 250 K (roughly Earth's effective temperature), 77 K (temperature of liquid nitrogen) or even 20 K (roughly the temp of liquid hydrogen) and the universe will absorb as much as we can manage to generate.

    Without this, there could be no biological life.  I don't know who said it, but it's true:  "I am, therefore the universe expands."

    “Your first sentence is incoherent”

    You claim that the global arrow of entropy is positive. But if that statement is to be relevant the word “global” has to have a real referent.

    Good luck proving that hypothesis.

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  106. Sean says:
    @Desiderius
    It’s C.P.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._P._Snow

    Rushing I distrusted my own memory, and took it from a Google Books result.

    https://www.vox.com/the-big-idea/2018/5/17/17362548/pinker-enlightenment-now-two-cultures-rationality-war-debate

    In the broader universe of knowledge production today, at this moment, it’s scientists like Pinker who hold most of the cards. It falls now to Pinker and like-minded champions of knowledge to decide, as they currently occupy the Leavis position in the disciplinary hierarchy, whether they want to be Leavises — vitriolic critics punching down — or Snows, arguing for the collaborative pursuit of knowledge across disciplinary divides.

    In his recent Enlightenment Now book Pinker rails against Leavis as someone who seemed to think the highest moral good was the consumption of elite art. Leavis’s anti-CP piece was seen as exhibiting “reptilian venom” and destroyed his reputation. Steven Fry said when he was at University there were a few of the old boy’s disciples and they were scoffed at as “Dead Leavisites”. Leavis’s current defenders see him as disputing whether science and its promise of a higher average standard of living could be any kind of moral guide. I suppose it depends what one sees beauty in.

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    Well this current generation of moral retards at the helm* would seem to argue at least that the total neglect of culture, not to mention the spiritual, in lieu of STEM and busyness was a misstep.

    Neglect rarely turns out to be benign in practice.

    * - no not Trump, he seems to be gradually intuiting his way back to something morally coherent.
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  107. @Sean
    Rushing I distrusted my own memory, and took it from a Google Books result.

    https://www.vox.com/the-big-idea/2018/5/17/17362548/pinker-enlightenment-now-two-cultures-rationality-war-debate

    In the broader universe of knowledge production today, at this moment, it’s scientists like Pinker who hold most of the cards. It falls now to Pinker and like-minded champions of knowledge to decide, as they currently occupy the Leavis position in the disciplinary hierarchy, whether they want to be Leavises — vitriolic critics punching down — or Snows, arguing for the collaborative pursuit of knowledge across disciplinary divides.
     

    In his recent Enlightenment Now book Pinker rails against Leavis as someone who seemed to think the highest moral good was the consumption of elite art. Leavis's anti-CP piece was seen as exhibiting "reptilian venom" and destroyed his reputation. Steven Fry said when he was at University there were a few of the old boy's disciples and they were scoffed at as "Dead Leavisites". Leavis's current defenders see him as disputing whether science and its promise of a higher average standard of living could be any kind of moral guide. I suppose it depends what one sees beauty in.

    Well this current generation of moral retards at the helm* would seem to argue at least that the total neglect of culture, not to mention the spiritual, in lieu of STEM and busyness was a misstep.

    Neglect rarely turns out to be benign in practice.

    * – no not Trump, he seems to be gradually intuiting his way back to something morally coherent.

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  108. Josep says:
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    " He blows a lot of useless hot air"

    Not suprising as he, brainless shit-talker that he is, represents the epitome of the German "Links-Gruene-Gutmenschen"mindset, and again reminding us that all things destructive, and negative originate in Deutschland : Marxism, Psychology, Bauhaus, Heroin, "Meldepflicht", Antifa, the list could go on and on.

    Authenticjazzman "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz msucian.

    There’s plenty of good things that came from there that we take for granted today, such as the printing press.

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