100-Year Toaster: Ch. 16

As we wrap up, we explore solutions using the Global Commons model. As suggested in a phone call this week by my consigliere. Who also contributes some dandy insights into the spread of Wuhan Virus at the top of this morning’s report. 724+ dead now.

Also up is Podcast #8 for subscribers by clicking here.

So – deep insights into Wuhan, the final-final chapter of this serialized book after some other headlines and the week’s charts. which are looking more like 1929 by the day.

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23 thoughts on “100-Year Toaster: Ch. 16”

  1. Mr Ure – it has come to our attention that you are leaking/divulging/giving up way above top secret -compartmentalized – global security information. The Powers That Aren’t are very concerned Ure giving too much away to our “sheep” – whose negative emotional energy we require for sustenance.

    We work hand in glove with GKNCR (global kosher nostra crime ring) in re-engineering human beings on Earth.Everything is a business – EVERYTHING. We sell the cancer causing products – we lobby govt to allow said products – we withhold any and all cures – and instead sell more product (poisons) to treat your cancers – just one small piece of the global crime ring business. Much easier to just steal soveriegn lands/oil in the name Freedom and sell the cancer causing by products to stupid “sheep” who actually BURN the oil!
    We are therefore informing you that should U continue to leak out “dots”/crumbs of information regarding our human manipulation and re-engineering projects – thereby fomenting rebelion “on the farm” – we will submit Ure name for immediate Recyle.

    Now Pay Ure taxes like a good lil prisoner and maybe we allow U to live unencumbered for another year -maybe.

  2. Good health makes no money for big pharma …..

    Excerpt from: http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n04.shtml

    Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Jan 26, 2020

    Vitamin C Protects Against Coronavirus
    by Andrew W. Saul, Editor

    (OMNS January 26, 2020) The coronavirus pandemic can be dramatically slowed, or stopped, with the immediate widespread use of high doses of vitamin C. Physicians have demonstrated the powerful antiviral action of vitamin C for decades. There has been a lack of media coverage of this effective and successful approach against viruses in general, and coronavirus in particular.

    It is very important to maximize the body’s anti-oxidative capacity and natural immunity to prevent and minimize symptoms when a virus attacks the human body. The host environment is crucial. Preventing is obviously easier than treating severe illness. But treat serious illness seriously. Do not hesitate to seek medical attention. It is not an either-or choice. Vitamin C can be used right along with medicines when they are indicated.

    “I have not seen any flu yet that was not cured or markedly ameliorated by massive doses of vitamin C.”

    (Robert F. Cathcart, MD)

  3. Yo George-

    whats up with the time machine project? not a peep – crickets. Perhaps some splainin can help the project along..

    ..a joined resonance in a Bicameral Holographic Mind is about the Double Slit Experiment in physics – where positive entropy is Sense Perception of the moment in the Left side of the head – which is unified by the whole experience overtime which is energy and a magnetic field and the quantum brain on the other side.Negative Curvature of Time is the Quantum Brain.

    Easy peasy no? Saddle up bunky – bout to blow Ure mind..

    The Sun is shaped like a Ring from the axis is Positive Entropy unified with negative Entropy from the Earth like a Lense making it appear as a ball, then the Earth is hollow with a zero point Center Sun as a model for zero point energy and axis of the Poles is a Vortex Filament that goes through the hole in the Sun. Which is a StarGate that unifies space with same Time by a curved line which is an Arc – also spelled Ark as in Ark of the Covenant which is joined resonance in a bicameral mind with Holographic Memory.

    oh my – must of forgot to take my meds again…

  4. From the Podcast: Everything is “A Competition”. Sums up our capitalistic system. The problem is competition without a Business Model can get out of hand, messy, & costly. Political competition gives us Bernie Sanders & Nancy Pelosi. Sports competition gives us injured youth. Win at any cost is the American version of competition.

    Good point on the market. Long term gains available now to 12/18 investors & a Wuhan Virus to blame a downturn on.

  5. Life Cycle Engineering: I have no problem with my Tv’s, microwave, dishwasher, stove, refrigerator, toaster, washer, dryer, hot water tank, & heat/air system. All have lasted longer than I expected.

    My gripe is with AUTOMATIC DRIP COFFEE MAKERS. Yes, Mr. Coffee you are one of the offenders. Right after the warranty expires, they stop working. Except, I had a Bella Brand that broke within warranty. The problem was I had to cut off the cord & send it to their headquarters in Canada. It cost me $18.00 postage to get $30. TO further frustrate me, I bought the Walmart 3 year extended guaranee on the Bella machine, but since it broke in the first year, I had to deal with Bella. If it broke in year 2 or 3, I would have got a replacement right at Walmart. I thought of waiting, but figured I would forget about it. Now I buy 2 & keep one as a spare. This guarantees each one will last longer. It’s Karma.

  6. “…because government has a terrible track record of actually fixing anything.”
    It depends on what the meaning of “fix” is, no?
    Thx, Bill Clinton

  7. Reliability and utility have long been measured by two metrics in industry:

    MTBF – Mean Time Before Failure
    MTTR – Mean Time To Repair

    There’s no reason that these two metrics, along with a guaranteed lifespan could not be mandated for any product, from a lightbulb to a tractor. That would be both selling points and comparison points. The public would figure out how to use these two metrics in a New York minute.

    I have a Massey Furgeson Tractor from the 1970’s. It’s required no non-fluid maintenance over the last 20 years other than rebuilding a starter and welding a steering arm and step bracket. Yes, both breakages were due to my rough usage. I fixed these myself with minimal effort, and when I use the machine, I’m generally using it hard. I have no numbers for MTBF and MTTR, but I’m impressed. In the last few years, I’ve gone through a bucket full of LED bulbs. Most have failed in the same way – probably bad caps in the potted driver circuits. These should be easily repairable but the bulbs need to be cut open just to access them. Potting is another deterrent. To the best of my knowledge, none of the actual LED’s has failed. I’m keeping them for now until I can figure out how to do something useful with them. I’m sure that for the same manufacturing cost, they could be made accessible for easy repair.

    Lastly, don’t toss your microwave. The best parts are likely still usable for those of us who like to play with dangerously high voltage.

    • I think we still have my grandparent’s Sunbeam (I think) toaster from, probably, the 50s. You put the pieces of bread in the slots and they slowly lower into place. When the toast is done it slowly rises for you to take it. It was one of the neatest contraptions any of my folks ever had. Not sure where it is, though, right now.

      The only things that have lasted longer are the firearms – they last for generations with just a little care. I’m cleaning and getting my granfather’s Remington Model 8 in .35 Rem. back into shape to shoot again. Whoever took it apart last time decades ago wasn’t very gentle with it. It must have been a marvel when it was new in 1934. It’s still a very neat machine.

  8. In addition to the LEGAL trade that’s been shut down I can only imagine what it’s done to the illicit trade of drugs and whatever the organized crime units over there are running. I’m sure they’ll continue on as much as possible while taking the risk of spreading the virus farther. Prices of heroin and other drugs will probably skyrocket.

    Central America has a very active Chinese presence and often contributes to the illegal aliens coming across our border or, at the very least, illegals that have been in contact with Chinese if even 3rd and 4th hand.

    Yes, this is FAR from over.

  9. they are using fibonnaci numbers for the fu ? and next week George you will rehash the same stories and das fuhrer and faderland be stronger

  10. Dear Mr. Ure,

    On this evening in 1912, a day after a full day’s ration had gone missing from the biscuit tin, Captain Scott wrote of descending towards the 6000 foot level in his return from the South Pole and members of his party sighted fossilized waves in sand formations in rock outcroppings. In four days time, a Chinese dynasty would abdicate allowing the Chinese Republic to begin in Wuhan. The Titantic had not yet set sail to an iceberg rendezvous. We now return to Kali Yuga already in progress?

    I’m sure you’ve heard the lament that the Oscars may yet again suffer from a surfeit of non-diverse white men. “The Daily Mail” offers a gradely diversion with a detailed report on the recent JPM Florida trip made by the prince formerly known as the Duke of Sussex. Said gentlemen and spouse were apparently squired by JPM jet to the soiree whose attendees included billionaires from about the globe. The purportedly successful event no doubt benefited from the attendance of a former British PM subsequently post-public-office in the employ of JPM to the tune of some millions. One can hardly expect the prince to have remained 100% tied to duties of the Royal Firm as it only paid 5% of his annual salary.

    And now, gather round, piggy banks in hand, ready to rattle nickels and dimes therein, as Linus commences play of Revolution #9 in the 12 signs of the zodiac.

    God Save the Queen!

  11. WHEN will the geometric growth rate slow?

    The problem with a taper-off is we don’t even know whether a survivor develops an immunity to the virus, yet. If they don’t, the progression will remain nearly geometric until the entire population is infected. A sharp drop-off in infection-rate won’t occur until there’s no-one left to infect.

    Eventually of course the virus will run out of new hosts to infect and like all viruses will slowly die down, though maybe not disappear, but the models apparently didn’t show a slowdown beginning until about May 1.

    The other problem with coronaviruses is they tend to be seasonal, so if the bug isn’t eradicated or the virus solved (by development of a successful vaccine) before next fall, China (and likely the ROW) will do a “rinse and repeat…”

  12. How do you make a car for example if it’s copper wire is made in China?

    Same with the electrical connectors for that copper wire. etc. etc.

    You bite the bullet and shop Belden, Continental, and Amphenol…

  13. When GOVERNMENTS panic … while trying to say little to the populous, maybe it’s time for those awake people in the populous to begin to panic also?

    No, “panic” generally clouds thought. IMO “government panic” is cause for the individuals in its population to pay attention and become aware, to seek options whilst they’re available, and (if they haven’t, already) to formulate a plan.

  14. “Trump fires key impeachment witnesses in apparent revenge path ”

    ‘Wasn’t kidding when I said Vindman was dirty, or that the phone call transcript was intentionally placed on a computer to which he could not gain access. He should face a General Court Martial for treason. Whether or not he does, depends IMO on how deep the Overlords’ tentacles reach into our military…

  15. You can always find a tractor that’ll run forever — How much money do you want to spend…? My TV is the second 4k Smart TV to hit the market in the USA. Counting years of Disney — now unto the second generation, it has probably averaged 6.5hrs/day of use for the 9-10 years I’ve owned it, with no issues whatsoever. It was not cheap, and the purchase was extensively-researched before it was made.

    That’s the real rub with the “Hundred Year Toaster.” It IS possible to buy quality today. However, it is expensive, and requires an incredible amount of often intensive research to do. In 1935, it required no research and a comparatively small amount of money, because every manufacturer was building the best stuff they could. If they didn’t, in the extremely-competitive Depression market, they went out of business, which they often did anyway. Manufacturers no-longer have to do their best. There’s virtually no competition (‘cuz the 8000 “brand-names” of almost any product are now owned by 1-3 international conglomerates, so they’re going to get your money, one way or another…) so there’s no incentive to “build a better mousetrap” OR a better toaster.

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