Physics Of The Border

The border does have a scientific solution. Its called physics.

Build the wall and secure the border. Don’t build the wall and don’t secure the border.

The problem is that all the technology and electronics do not slow down the invaders. For that it takes the laws of physics. And even using tear gas is only temporary.

Any invasion requires demands an opposite reaction. Like physical force. We have to physically stop or slow them. They call the wall medieval. It’s just science.

Democrats might have shot themselves in the foot with this shutdown standoff. They refuse to fund the wall. Actually, they refuse the wall, period. It is not a funding problem. It’s a will problem. But they don’t realize who they offended in the process.

They just made the wall the priority of the 2020 election. So Democrats are literally running against the wall. We win that debate. The science deniers have no argument.

It’s a physics problem. But then you cannot negotiate with people that cannot be trusted. Democrats spent 30 years proving they constantly lie. It’s a shell game to them. They tell us “use gadgets and high-tech. Walls are offensive.” So we don’t want to offend or frustrate invaders. Why? The offend us and our border every day. Talking points solve nothing.

But Dems don’t want to apply laws of physics. So they are physics deniers. They tell us physics don’t work. We know what doesn’t work is not using them — or common sense.

Hey hey, ho ho… time to build the wall, ho ho!

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Hawking trolling the universe

I’ll say right up front I don’t expect this to make too much sense. It’s only a few thoughts from….well, somewhere.

All week I was thinking of something I read in a talk Stephen Hawking gave. So the subject was the need to explore space because we can probably only survive another thousand years on earth. Not the thing that stood out, but this was his basic stance:

“We must continue to go into space for humanity,” Hawking said. “We won’t survive another 1,000 years without escaping our fragile planet.”

Then came what stuck in my craw, or wherever. A week later it is still stuck.

If you understand how the universe operates, you control it in a way.

Okay, no one likes to disagree with Hawking. Nobody likes to embarrass themselves. But come on…really, “we can control it”? I must have missed the theory that explains why X is Z or something.

I don’t know which part of his statement bothers me more. The first claims if we know how it operates, assuming we can, and the second is control it “in a way”. What way was he referring to? If we can understand it, would not mean we’ll make the right decisions. Should that be our objective, to control it?

There are so many variables there that I should just leave it alone. His statement stands for itself. I had lots of fun thinking it over for a week. It doesn’t sound any better now.

‘To understand the universe at the deepest level, we have to understand why is there something rather than nothing,’ Hawking said.

How many years have we been busy understanding how the earth operates and can we control that yet? As Dr Phil says…”and how’s that working out for you?”

And they like to call us conspiracy theorists.

Just a few years ago he declared philosophy dead because it has not kept up with modern science, particularly physics. So moving right along, aren’t we?