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David SimsEssays

by David Sims AMERICAN GOVERNMENT is a government of limited powers, and one of the limitations is the First Amendment. That being so, the authority of our government to prevent discrimination is limited to the policies and practices of the government itself, to ensure that all citizens are equals…
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by David Sims THE PERCEPTION OF gain or loss is related to survival. It’s an assessment of changes in the environment as being either good or bad. Good changes, or gains, mean we are better positioned to handle challenges to our survival. Bad changes, or losses, handicap us in dealing with the hardship…
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by David Sims The End of Industrial Civilization INDUSTRIAL CIVILIZATION will finish, and it will have been a singular pulse in the history of Earthly life. Humans might become extinct. If humans continue to exist, their culture will be that of a Stone Age impoverished by the way their near ancestors,…
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by David Sims MOST PEOPLE assume that the banks act in good faith and in the public interest. They could not be more wrong. Our money system is the creation of the Jews, a predator race, for whom usury, deception and subversion are basic tools. During the middle ages, gold coins were used as money. Gold is…
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by David Sims EARTH HAS been radiatively unbalanced, absorbing more energy than it radiates into space, since the 1970s, with the oceans absorbing most of the excess heat. This trend will continue for a while, no matter what we do going forward. We can’t prevent global warming now; it is too late.…
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by David Sims THE IQ distribution of American Whites is 103±16.4, and that of US-resident Blacks is 85.0±12.4. The averages in those distributions comes from Rushton and Jensen (2005).¹ The standard deviations in the distributions comes from a 1963 study by Kennedy, Van De Riet, and White. See also…
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by David Sims NATURE’S LAWS—most fundamentally the conservation of energy—make it unlikely that any living thing, humans included, can avoid competitions with other living things. It would be impossible, instead of merely unlikely, if humans didn’t have access to an abundance of…
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by David Sims I HATE to throw a wet blanket on people’s hopes for human colonization on other planets and in space, especially since this was always a hope of mine, too. I don’t think that humans will ever colonize the rest of the solar system, much less reach for the stars. It’s after…
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David SimsReports

by David Sims I HAVE CONVERTED Dr. Pierce’s essays from Free Speech magazine into an ebook collection, which is now available for free downloading via Google Drive. All of the articles are available in both .epub and .mobi formats. I created these .epub and .mobi documents so that Dr. Pierce’s…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THERE IS A branch of philosophy called “epistemology.” An epistemology is a rationale by which someone claims to have knowledge, or to know truth. Epistemology isn’t what you believe to be true. It is, instead, how you justify your claims for knowing what the truth…
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