Monthly Archives: June 2012

Show us the research!

In the past decade social sciences been merging ideologically with biological sciences bringing them out of realm of soft science navel gazing and into the realm of hard science. Behavioral evolution is not social engineering. It studies behaviors across groups … Continue reading

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Glossary

Mobbing/Fair game harassment/COINTELPRO Organized adult harassment uses any available means to discredit, undermine socially, financially ruin, thwart, drive out, neutralize or torment a co-worker, community nuisance, non-conformist or whistle-blower. The harassment almost always involves groups of 2-3 or more. Leads: … Continue reading

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Conservatives, know thy behavioral evolution!

Having a BA in Anthropology with a focus on Human Behavior and Evolution provides me a certain degree of confidence in challenging liberal ideologies. Behavioral evolution is not social engineering nor is it rocket science. It compares behaviors across groups … Continue reading

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Reading List

Haidt, Johnathan. The Righteous Mind: why good people are divided by politics and religion (2012).  His starting point is moral intuition—the nearly instantaneous perceptions we all have about other people and the things they do. These intuitions feel like self-evident … Continue reading

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How to keep your communications private

For information on a range of domestic surveillance software see Behavior and technology To protect your online privacy see the TorProject.org To secure your cell phone see the GuardianProject.info

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2nd gen MK-COINTELPRO: would you like domestic spies with that?

I’m the target of fair game harassment by liberal progressive activists because I’ve spoken out in support of immigration reform in 2003 and have filed complaints with the Seattle Civil Rights Commission 2007 and with the Seattle/King County in 2009 … Continue reading

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