A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY
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Money is only accounting. It is not real, but our political-economic systems have long relied on the manipulation of emotionally charged symbols to stampede humanity this way and that, playing to and . Not only is the cryptocurrency manias collapse well on its way as I write this, but large companies are beginning to collapse and, as usual, the public accounting firms will be in the midst of it, as their blatant conflicts of interest prevented them from sounding the alarm. It is .
Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.
The day after I arrived in Boston, we began to pursue what is today called free energy, or new energy, which is abundant and harmlessly produced energy generated with almost no operating cost. Today's so-called free energy is usually generated by harnessing the , but not always, and our original effort was trying to harness it. We attracted the interest of a legendary and shadowy group while we were in Boston. . I have called that group the and others have . However, they are not the focus of my writings and efforts. I regard them as a , not a cause. Our fate is in hands, not theirs. Our efforts also caused and attracted . They were probably trying to protect their economic turf and were not consciously acting on the Global Controllers’ behalf, which was probably also the case in Seattle.
B. The Effect of Antibiotics on the Human Body
Some kinds of organisms found great success with their strategies and they marginalized other kinds and even drove them to extinction, to only die off themselves in a mass extinction event, and the previously marginalized life forms flourished in the post-catastrophic biome. The rise of might have never happened without the dinosaurs’ demise. Mass extinction events account for less than five percent of all species extinctions during the , but they had a profound impact on complex life’s history; the rise of mammals is only one of many radical changes. Not only would a class of animals such as mammals thrive when their dinosaur overlords were gone, but the of mammal evolution was also influenced. It took millions of years, even tens of millions of years, for ecosystems to approach their former level of abundance and diversity after a mass extinction event, and the new biomes could appear radically different from the pre-extinction biome. The geologic periods in the eon of complex life usually have mass extinctions marking their boundaries.