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Jungle Antenna Building Workshop

July 6, 2019 – Darby, Montana Six of us came to my Bunkhouse Road workshop from SE Darby hills, Hamilton and Alberton canyons – Technicians, Generals, Amateur Extras Some white-board work explaining the math in metric and inches Our calculations were primarily done in metric (Ted’s slide rule prefers it) 300,000,000 meters per second / 147,000,000 Hz = 2.04 meters = 204 cm a quarter wave antenna will be about 50 cm long, as will each radial Measurements were done with metric + inch tape measure Hardware: dual binding post to BNC connector BNC to SO-239 Adapter choices of light and heavy electric fence wire electric fence insulators home-made pvc pipe insulators Poly-pipe Tees and drip irrigation pipe for radial […]

woke in charge

I hate that word. The ignoramuses parroting it are grammatical idiots. “Awakened” is what they would say if they knew the English language. Nevertheless, this non-word shows up on the Internet frequently. Wallowing past that, I did trip over a nice video snapshot of where we are today politically and culturally. Give it a look.

TV rots your brain

I have been a long-term subscriber to Trends Research and am a great fan of Gerald Celente the prime mover thereof. Among many other high-quality products, they produce the Trends Journal, a publication that by itself is well worth the annual subscription price. While I respect their right to a subscription viewership, I am sharing one of their Trends Journal articles with you to demonstrate the value of their products… plus this is a subject I have been harping on since I read Jerry Mander’s Absence of the Sacred over 25 years ago. The evidence has not stopped accumulating. Television is poison. The article I copied out of the current Trends Journal publication is directly below. The Headlines out of […]

free again

This post comes to you from The Rutherford Institute. I will let it speak for itself. — Ted

Independence Day

Renaming it “4th of July” is not merely laziness. Of course it is the 4th on your calendar, but it is a celebration representing some brave fighters’ Declaration of Independence from a powerful parasitic class of people who had demonstrated a monopoly on violence and oppression. They won a round. The ruling elite had to reorganize. It took a hundred years and another major military war that the freedom fighters lost… not by much, mind you, but they did lose. I just ask you today to spend a little time thinking about independence from oppression, the risks those rebels took and the benefits they won for many subsequent generations. Consider also who is threatened by such thinking and why their […]

current threat analysis

I subscribe to Forward Observer and check that website for news and analysis. It is conservative in the cautious about making unsubstantiated or speculative statements sense of that word. Samuel Culper observes radical statements and movements without awarding undue relevance to them. The article below was a significant part of his Early Warning series that he sends to his subscribers regularly. The Internet news sources are publishing a great deal about the globalist-funded violence by the easily led against those who are resisting the socialist/statist USofA takeover. There are plenty of people ready to out-violence the increasingly vicious “anti-fascists”. While the antifi are politically and culturally ignorant beyond belief they are indeed a force to be considered primarily because […]

democracy vs confederacy

“Don’t forget that pure democracy is a form of collectivism — it readily sacrifices individual rights to majority wishes. Since it involves no constitutional bill of rights, or at least, no working and effective one, the majority-of-the-moment can and does vote away the rights of the minority-of-the-moment, even of a single individual. This has been called ‘mob rule,’ the ‘tyranny of the majority’ and many other pejorative names. It is one of the greatest threats to liberty, the reason why America’s founding fathers wrote so much so disparagingly of pure democracy.” — Bert Rand If democracy is one of the worst forms of government, what is a good choice? Those students of political systems knew the rules of the […]

understanding geostationary satellite images

I have been a weather watcher since I began working outdoors a lot about 35 years ago. It was also around then I studied meteorology in college. Nowadays we have much better tools readily accessable to anybody. We also have geoengineers working the weather over on a massive, global scale. One of my favorite tools is geostationary satellite GOES 17. Geostationary means it stays in a fixed position relative to our planet. I check this daily. It is, in fact, my home page. Learn to read it and The Weather Underground regional infrared satellite image and you can predict your weather more accurately than the computer models that do not allow for geoengineering. I produced the following videos to help […]

SHTF surprises

Selco is one of the most famous Been-There-Done-That preppers and survivors of SHTF available to us today. His experiences could fill a book … and in fact filled several that are not only educational, but could be pivotal in an uncertain future. The following article was copied from Natural Blaze with all due respect. Check them out by clicking on the link above.   The 5 Things That Will Surprise You Most When the SHTF   By Selco This is an excerpt from Selco’s book, The Dark Secrets of SHTF Survival. This weekend, you can get all 5 of Selco’s books in PDF for only $25.  CLICK HERE. I recently ran one of my newest courses, called “A Mile in […]

understanding money

In a free world adults work for what they need that they and their family may thrive. A modern healthy society has exchange systems so one person’s strengths may be traded with what others produce to barter or sell. In our case grown-ups earn money that buys necessities and pleasures. Two kinds of people spend others’ money, politicians and children. Both require supervision. When I was young we all grew up understanding that we received the food, shelter and clothing our parents deemed necessary to our survival. Anything we wanted beyond that came from our own efforts, our own earnings, and our own savings. Whining and begging was ignored or rebuked. We grew with what worked. The resulting society was […]

reverse polarity

One would think the ideal candidate for POTUS would attract the most votes. That is not the pattern we have experienced. Something like 46% of those eligible actually vote in an election. The vast majority of those are quite predictable and sadly controllable. They self-define as Republican or Democrat. Though many claim to “vote for the person, not the party”, they rarely vote anything other. What keeps them from straying is reverse polarity. Magnetic polarity has the north attracting the south; the positive attracting the negative. Reverse polarity is when you push north to north or south to south and the magnets repel each other. It is a contest among the slightly less ugly of the two. One does not […]

Why prep?

Do not let blind faith in never-ending economic, cultural and political stability deter you from making efforts to be prepared for dramatic changes. I had made note of the following article quite a while back, but it is timeless so I share it now. This Picture and Video Explain Exactly Why Doomsday Preppers Are Getting Ready For An Imminent Collapse Mac Slavo   For years the mainstream media and their following of myrmidons have made a joke out of those who have taken time, effort and money to prepare their homes, assets and families for “Doomsday” scenarios that may include anything from financial collapse to natural disasters. For those who laugh at “preppers” it boils down to the belief […]

young bodies adapt to cell phone use

They are changing our culture, behavior and thinking. Apparently growing, forming young bodies also physically adapt to the head-down position. While fear of growing bone spurs won’t deter kids from their use it is one more proof of their excessive fixation with their stupid phones. Young People Are Growing Bone Spur “Horns” From Smartphone Use Mac Slavo   Australian researchers have found odd bone spurs growing out of the skulls of young people. These “horns” are said to be due to the increasing use of smartphones. Since the research was published, unusual formations have captured the attention of Australian media, and have variously been dubbed “head horns” or “phone bones” or “spikes” or “weird bumps.” Each is a […]

what grown-ups see

The Kid wants to sport a nose ring…sigh. — She is unfortunately normal. — The trajectory is not good. — The age group that should be productive and energetic is lazy and useless. — Appearances mean everything to them. — Acceptance by peers means EVERYTHING. — Peers include older people who never left school (aka: teachers). — A handful escape. — That handful is the future.