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The Wave Volume 7

The Wave Chapter 57: It’s Just Economics

Until recently, impacts by extraterrestrial bodies were regarded as, perhaps, an interesting but certainly not important phenomenon in the spectrum of geological processes affecting the Earth. This has only been the case since Lyell, Laplace and Newton put a period to such speculations. What seems to have happened is that, through repeated cataclysms, man has […]

The Wave Chapter 58: Alien Reaction Machines

We come now to a subject of immense importance: Psychopaths as “alien reaction machines,” which directly relates to what we have all been learning from the activities of Frank Scott, Vincent Bridges and others we will meet as the series progresses. As noted in the previous chapter: intolerance and cruelty are needed to guarantee the […]

The Wave Chapter 59: An Encounter with the Unicorn

The reader now knows a whole lot more than I did in the spring of 1999 when Vincent Bridges first wrote to me, after Ray Flowers forwarded to him my post to the Ancient Wisdom discussion list. And, as the reader who has read the emails will note, I was sending him a lot more […]

The Wave Chapter 60: The Unicorn’s Closet

On September 11, 1977, Paul Herre heard a very loud thumping on the ceiling of his apartment — “like somebody being bounced against the floor.” This was instantly followed by a “blood-curdling scream.” Since he lived in a “college neighborhood,” and such things were not terribly uncommon, and since the “uproar” did not continue, he […]

The Wave Chapter 61: Ira’s Inner Cesspool

September 11, 2001: Attack on America. I am sure that it is not lost on the reader that it was exactly 24 years to the day, on 9/11/77, that Holly Maddux was brutally murdered. Ira Einhorn was tried in absentia, all the evidence was presented, and a jury of his peers decided that Ira did […]

The Wave Chapter 62: Secret Games at Princeton

Let’s now talk about Game Theory. I don’t profess to be an expert, and I have to admit some difficulty in dealing with the “jargon,” but after wading through a number of texts on the subject, I have enough of a grasp to realize just how these ideas are being used on every one of […]

The Wave Chapter 63: Murdering the Feminine

As the reader might guess, a person who has no fear of consequences because they cannot imagine them — or even if they do have the intellect to do so, has no emotion associated with those consequences which would tend to enforce them as behavioral choices — is the ideal vehicle for the violation of […]