David SimsEssays

We Have 100 Years

by David Sims

THERE REMAIN VESTIGES of natural selection today, for example in the form of assortative mating. High-functioning people tend to marry high-functioning people of the opposite sex. Low-functioning people must take whatever they can get from among the leftovers.

There’s still a strong preference for a marriage partner of the same race, despite decades of propaganda intended to glamorize interracial relationships. Interracial breeding is the single largest potential cause of reverse evolution, as it threatens to muddy up the specializations that each race has evolved to deal with the environment.

Some cultures are better than others, and culture follows from the differential abilities of the races. Some races are better than others, in terms of what counts for what most of us envision as a good future for civilized mankind. A race that can cross oceans, with or without knowing where they will end up, is better than a race that cannot cross oceans at all. A race that can fly to other planets, having mastered the requisite skills of science, engineering, and celestial mechanics, is better than a race that can do no such thing.

Although it is true that adaptation to a specific environment does in some sense, to some extent, measure fitness, there are attributes that remain gold across a broad spectrum of environments. Why? Because environmental circumstances can change, and when the fine adaptations lose their worth, these broad attributes can carry the race for a while, preserving it until new adaptations can evolve.

Strength is better than weakness. A strong man’s range of action includes that of a weak man, and then goes beyond, enabling deeds that might turn out to have a large impact on the survival of the man and his kin. An intelligent man’s range of thought includes that of a mediocrity, and then goes beyond, and likewise enables deeds that could otherwise never be done. And perhaps a case could be made for dexterity, or agility, or stamina.

Earth is about halfway through its period during which life on its land surfaces will be possible. Land life has been around for about 500 million years. It might continue for 500 million years more.

Fossil fuels, naturally created from land life that preceded us, will be used up within 100 years, and they are the key that unlocks the sky. Most likely, there will not be enough time for land life to generate another planetary load of fossil fuels. During this key century, then, it will be decided whether the Life of Earth will, or won’t, break free from its home world and colonize the solar system, then the nearer stars, then the Milky Way galaxy, and ultimately, perhaps, every bit of matter from here to the Shapley Supercluster.

We will never go much farther than that, unfortunately, due to the Hubble flow and to limitations imposed by the rocket equation, assuming that we don’t ever have any sort of propulsion better than hydrogen fusion.

But that’s quite a large destiny to which we may aspire. One planet, and one planet only, if we fail to do the right thing. Or, if we do all of the right things, we could have quadrillions of planets and other colonizable places, natural and artificial, possibly outlasting the stars themselves. I can imagine, for example, an Earth-like Gaian moon in orbit around a Saturn-sized gas giant planet, which might or might not be orbiting a stellar remnant that has become a black dwarf. Intelligent creatures, very much post-human, our distant descendants, might survive for 10²⁰ years by fusing hydrogen skimmed up from the gas giant.

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  1. James Clayton
    June 9, 2018 at 6:27 pm — Reply

    And after watching that little software engineer interviewed by Congress, the other day, the argument against dysgenic breeding is all the more poignant. On the first of two days, he sat on a booster not unlike ones my barber used for tots. During both sessions he was reading cue cards ostensibly from his lawyers. And those were the only times I’ve seen him in the media that he was not dressed like a five-year-old. His principal contribution appears to be making money via fraudulent data mining. I do not want such creatures engineering our world(s), much less our entertainment that limits our imagination.

    How refreshing to hear, once again, musings about what likely can be if we will exalt leadership. Two days ago, I attended a seminar that included a two-hour session by lawyers and entirely too much time on catering to minorities in order to stay out of trouble toward six-figure litigation and bankruptcy. Watching the Postal Service circling the drain ought to demonstrate where affirmative action leads the providers of the simplest tasks.

    We need better than the Zuckerbergs of the world, much less their creations calling the shots. And we can do it if we quit playing games and social media and get the barriers including punishment out of the way of common sense eugenics. Otherwise its “Open the pod bay door, HAL.”

    • Travon Martinberg
      June 11, 2018 at 1:07 am — Reply

      Zuckerbergs and their army of hirsute south Asian invaders are excellent at data management and public interface programming, but contribute nothing toward a destiny in the stars. White male intellect, drive and creativity is already being tapped moving civilization from carbon to hydrogen based energy, as the magnitude of climate change is felt. Likewise is needed to address coastal flooding engineering and biological challenges. Who else is going to make implementation of discoveries practical and generally accepted? Jews? Perhaps they’ll review the patent application forms. Asians? If only padding resumes and pushing journal articles could stop ecological armaggedon. African -Americans? Good luck with that affirmative-action dam.

  2. Arvin N. Prebost
    June 10, 2018 at 10:44 am — Reply

    Well, if we have colonies on Mars, and then run out of fuel in less than 100 yrs. , how will we be able to supply them?

    • June 16, 2018 at 3:21 pm — Reply

      We need to find new sources of energy — likely on those other worlds. Which makes our waste of this planet’s energy stores on hamburgers — and running on down to the convenience store in the new SUV — and making sure that Latwonda and company get plenty of gibs while “studying” for a subsidized associate’s degree in cosmetology — that much more tragic. And it means that our need to take that leap to a real functioning societal / industrial / scientific presence on other worlds is that much more urgent.

      I suppose there is a slim possibility that we will unleash new forms of energy through the discovery of some heretofore-unknown principle. But should we depend on that, especially as the thin stratum of those with minds capable of discovering such principles becomes a smaller and smaller percentage of the world’s population every second?

      • Travon Martinberg
        June 18, 2018 at 8:14 am — Reply

        We have sufficient energy resources on this planet. Nuclear energy can be safely utilized in the proper hands, and if built on the moon, an end- product of liquid or solidified hydrogen could be shuttled back to Earth. But a real new source is geothermal at a super-volcano caldera like Yellowstone. Drilling into the mantle-level chamber with its heat and pressure could provide nearly limitless energy while reducing the growing dome that is set to explode one day.

  3. Axis Sally
    June 10, 2018 at 10:24 pm — Reply

    If we have only 100 years to break the bonds of the Earth, we are not going to make it. Before we can even think of colonizing other planets, we must stop and reverse the current trend of involution of our (the Aryan) race. One hundred years ago we were on the cusp of world domination (although the cancer had already set-in); now we cower before African and semitic savages. We need to reconquer territory on which to create a new culture–that of the Übermensch. Look around you and behold the hideousness of the works of the Enemy, which we have tolerated and indeed even helped create. Our people know more about programming microprocessors than we do of our own intellect. We have much to achieve in the way of evolution, intellectually, physically, and spiritually. “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with the first step.” Let us begin.

  4. EPicuR
    June 11, 2018 at 4:23 pm — Reply

    Homo sapiens has got to become the most destructive species ever in earth history. Destructiveness has been exponentially potentiated by human population growth and is now further accelerated by economic growth in highly populated former third world regions. That’s the main causes resources will be exhausted by.
    The utmost first task is doing our “home-work” in its verbal sense: save our earth. If the population problem isn’t solved – and it seems it won’t – then nature will do it by terrific catastrophes. Whether enough strong and intelligent white people will survive in order to build and develop a new civilization is most questionable.

    David Sims’ utopia is what in German is called Wolkenkuckucksheim – I would say of power 10. Are you really being aware of what means 10²⁰ years? 10 billion years is the order of magnitude the age our solar system and universe is estimated. 10²⁰ years means 10 billion times 10 billion years, that’s crazy.
    Let’s first do our home-work. If done (and if we are still alive, which is questionable) then let’s talk about the next step to do .

  5. cc
    June 16, 2018 at 8:01 pm — Reply

    We Have 100 Years: That evokes images of fire-and brimstone preachers. The spirit is flat. It doesn’t hurt to have the attitude of bikers when needed. Whites should consider themselves at large — on their own time. That’s when creativity rises to the top.

    Criminal government; criminal establishment; institutional violence. Let it go. The instant you internalize the enemy, it’s over. Go home and collect postage stamps and drink milk.

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