As We Sow, We Reap

As We Sow...
Our Fertile Country Awaits

As I’ve recently written before, the heartland of America – where our national soul was created and still thrives – is a fertile place and where our People’s future will come from.

As We Sow, So Shall We Reap

And this is a point to remember; as we sow, so shall we reap. Democrats and their sorts have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind in times not too far distant. We Americans, on the other hand, should and must sow our seed in fertile American fields, thereby reaping a brighter future for this blessed land and its People.

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Introducing The Doomba

Introducing The Doomba
Introducing The Doomba

The idea of combining an anti-tank mine with a robot vacuum is hilarious. It’s also a bit terrifying. And… it’s probably either already out there in our military’s arsenal or in development. After all, iRobot, the makers of the Roomba, pretty much got their start designing and producing robots for the US military.

Think about it. Either RC or, given that shape recognition software is quite mature technology, autonomous Doombas that can be set in place to await enemy vehicles could easily be done – assuming they haven’t already quietly been so. And then there’s the obvious antipersonnel variant that would mount a flip-up M18A1 Claymore mine or a set of 6 Miniature Grenade Launchers (MGL) such are used with the M7 Spider networked anti-personnel munitions system.

I can hear it now, “Alexa, I’d like to destroy that ZTZ-99A now.”

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The Science-Religion Cycle

The Science-Religion Cycle
The Science-Religion Cycle

While we’ve no evidence that this has happened to Man before – the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1–9) is lore, not evidence – the Science-Religion Cycle both makes sense and is something of a favorite with both futurists and science-fiction writers. Frankly, I find it quite plausible.

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Predicting The Future

Predicting The Future
I'm betting the future is reduced for quick sale ... and will still sit on the shelf for a long time
Predicting The Future

Normally, predicting the future is a waste of time, energy, and thought – something best left to oracles and others who want to sell you something, most likely stocks or commodity futures. Still though, given the twin, synergistic plagues of the Democrats and COVID-19, I think that predicting some parts of the near future is easy. 😉

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