Muse of the day sept 27: The study of Agnotology

This page may disappear like a wisp of smoke, or be altered in some way, but if you catch it in time, I think it’s a great compare.




WE need ask.. is this an extended study of Agnotology? Does Willem  breech any of the barriers that Modern Politicians respect? Do they (some of them) have any Barriers? Was there ever a day in my past 65 plus years when I thought leading Politicians would call me an Anarchist? I do believe Willem could easily step into the tennis shoes of my Senator who now enjoys a senior position in her party, so much of what they do is powered by Fairy Dust, or at least that’s what I believe at the moment. But Willem be the better man, and he did not call anyone an Anarchist for not buying his plan..

Reality is always a good reference, whether it’s power production or Politics we study.



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6 Responses to Muse of the day sept 27: The study of Agnotology

  1. Bill Knighton says:

    Fingering 1980’s DOS based cad is as impressive as the last video with the handling of unopened cutting tools.

  2. Paul Bird says:

    So the heat exchanger runs 2000 degrees celcius plus? To get the molecules to disassociate this would need to be the temperature of the reaction. Even if we managed 500 celcius at the exchanger, is he seriously suggesting that it could be run on petrol aswell? Even diesel would flash at this temp. Nice bomb Willem, good job!

    6 years ago I’d have thought this was a great idea, thankfully I’ve had the fairy dust knocked out of me by the school of reality and off grid living 🙂

    Completely and utterly bizzare.

  3. George B. says:

    Paul.. together we muse:

    While Willem promises to power a Lister, Leading American politicians promise to power the economy using a most similar idea. As of the present day, Willem hasn’t called anyone an Anarchist for not buying his dream.

    But Harry Reid, the boy carrying the ‘water’ this week….. a most inept mechanic uses every trick to rally the fairy dust crowd and sweep reality under the rug.

    Those in power at present would lecture you on the need for preventive medicine, how foolish you’d be to allow a serious condition to go untreated! We watch as they treat the economy with a magic poultice. It does remind me of historic plague, and the effort to stuff pockets full of posies to cover up the stink.

    The more self sufficient we are the better we’ll live in the days ahead. But… hasn’t that always been the truth?

    • quinnf says:


      It just shows to go you, Willem reads your blog. After a flurry of viewing activity, he yanked his videos. It’s too bad. They were entertaining and it’s fun to see what he’s up to these days. Wish him well with his hydrogen engine.

  4. Bill Knighton says:

    When I see something like this it reminds me of this wise idea from Rand:

    Self-esteem is reliance on one’s power to think. It cannot be replaced by one’s power to deceive. The self-confidence of a scientist and the self-confidence of a con man are not interchangeable states, and do not come from the same psychological universe. The success of a man who deals with reality augments his self-confidence. The success of a con man augments his panic.

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