January 28, 2015
I would like to provide further clarification to the conclusion of this hypothesis. The following example will further clarify what I consider is the "shackles of linear time".
It is somewhat common knowledge that the bi-coastal elites along with high government officials aka "the powers that shouldn't be" have created fortified bunkers to ensure the survival of the Federal government in case of a catastrophic event. It is nice that they have made certain of their survival, so that they can rule for another day.
"The shackles of linear time" has made the elites myopic from the standpoint that if the general population is decimated from some sort of catastrophe, then who are they going to rule over? So "the powers that shouldn't be" survives but the people don't so then what is the function of the government if they have nobody to rule over.
In multidimensional time or thinking the surviving of a catastrophic event should be thought of in terms of how can the entire population survive with as few casualties as possible. As this example demonstrates "the powers that shouldn't be" has failed big time the Kobayashi maru test which is "the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or the one."
Better yet it wouldn't it be infinitely preferable to avoid at all costs nuclear war, false flag terrorist attacks and to mitigate any kind of natural disasters than to make certain that a few elites survive.
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