Author Archives: malagabay

Edwin Johnson goes to St Vincent

Edwin Johnson unravels the Uncalibrated Radiocarbon Dating Clusterfuck. Continue reading: Edwin Johnson goes to St Vincent

Posted in Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Edwin Johnson, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Inflating Earth, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology, Science, Uniformitarianism | 2 Comments

Edwin Johnson goes to Moscow

Edwin Johnson gets to grips with Russian History. Continue reading: Edwin Johnson goes to Moscow

Posted in Books, Economics, Edwin Johnson, Hecker Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | Leave a comment

Barbarossa Eight

Every nation and every defensive alliance should know it’s limitations. Continue reading: Barbarossa Eight

Posted in Economics, History | 5 Comments

1235 The Year of the Galleys

The decline of the English Galley points to when English Seas ceased being Inland Seas. Continue reading: 1235 The Year of the Galleys

Posted in Books, British History, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Wroxeter Chronicles | 4 Comments

Garland Nixon: Statement Analysis

Garland Nixon educates and entertains by using Statement Analysis. Continue reading: Garland Nixon: Statement Analysis

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History of Oars

More maritime mirth and mayhem made by the mainstream mindset. Continue reading: History of Oars

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Evolution-Devolution, Gravity, History, Roman Chronology | 2 Comments

Philosophy: Selling Shit Sandwiches

Philosophers make some sense when you realise they specialise in selling BS. Continue reading: Philosophy: Selling Shit Sandwiches

Posted in Economics, History, Science | 3 Comments

Darwin’s Double Dark Earth

Darwin dug down in the dirt near Dorking and documented the Dark Earth. Continue reading: Darwin’s Double Dark Earth

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Catastrophism, Dark Earth, Edwin Johnson, Enigmatic Egypt, Evolution-Devolution, Hecker Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Science, Solar System, Uniformitarianism, Wroxeter Chronicles | 7 Comments

P N Oak: World Vedic Heritage

Anyone who enjoys challenging ideas can avail themselves of the high quality copy of World Vedic Heritage: A History of Histories by P N Oak that’s been uploaded to Archive.org.

Posted in Books, History | 2 Comments

Andrei Martyanov: Elite Education

It’s safe to say Andrei Martyanov is unimpressed by the elite education that lies behind such masterpieces as: The Longer-Term Export Credit As A Business Problem In Mechanical Engineering.

Posted in Economics, History | 2 Comments

The Bastardi Belters

Last weekend Joe Bastardi hit some real belters. Continue reading: The Bastardi Belters

Posted in Atmospheric Science, Economics, History | 2 Comments

Two Routes To Tyranny

Western commentators have observed a growing awareness the traditional Politcal Left and Political Right are considered two cheeks of the same arse.

Posted in Economics, History | 2 Comments

The Meek Adapt

Is adaptability an advantage? Continue reading: The Meek Adapt

Posted in Evolution-Devolution, Gravity, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Science | 1 Comment

The Meek Inherit

What happened when The Meek “inherited” the Earth? Continue reading: The Meek Inherit

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Edwin Johnson, Evolution-Devolution, Geology, Greenland, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Science, Water | 2 Comments

The Meek Maker

Which species subjugated Homo Sapiens to produce Homo Domesticus? Continue reading: The Meek Maker

Posted in Evolution-Devolution, History | 1 Comment

Meet The Meek

Does Darwinian Domestication demonstrate Devolution? Continue reading: Meet The Meek

Posted in Evolution-Devolution, History, Science | 1 Comment

International Pandemic Treaty

In 2015 Stanley Johnson wrote a thriller about the rise of a mysterious virus and one man’s fight to stop a deadly pandemic. Read on to discover whether that one man could be Boris Johnson in 2022.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 10 Comments

Harry’s Farm: Food Prices

The old fashioned concept of the national interest suggests it’s time to put out to pasture the Government Expert Idiots who are paying British farmers around £600 a hectare to grow wild flowers. Continue reading: Harry’s Farm: Food Prices

Posted in Economics, History | 2 Comments

Bob Moran: COVID1984

Award-winning cartoonist Bob Moran discusses how he was fired from The Daily Telegraph for speaking out against government biosecurity measures.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 2 Comments

Scott Ritter: Finland and Russia

Scott Ritter, for better or worse, explores some of the more controversial storylines of Modern European History en route to delivering a strongly worded warning to the people of Finland.

Posted in History | 10 Comments

Safe and Effective

Should a pharmaceutical product be considered Safe and Effective after a Randomised Clinical Trial has revealed it increased Non-Accidental Mortality by 9.11 per 100,000? Continue reading: Safe and Effective

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 4 Comments

Martin Armstrong: The Future According to the ECM

Martin Armstrong uses his Economic Confidence Model to shed light on what’s next for the global economy. Topics include rising interest rates, Private v Public wave, the reason markets crash and much more.

Posted in Economics, History | 10 Comments

Cancer Rising

At the beginning of the 20th century the Encyclopaedia Britannica noted Annual Cancer Deaths in England and Wales had risen over the previous forty years from 403 to 861 per million. Continue reading: Cancer Rising

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 7 Comments

Long Covid

The official good news is that two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine halves the odds of long COVID. Continue reading: Long Covid

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 6 Comments

War in Ukraine and Collapsing World Order

Reality, like gravity, brings everyone back to earth with a bump.

Posted in Economics, History | 5 Comments

Nigel Farage’s Crystal Ball

The 1st of April is a good day to separate The Fools from The Far-Sighted.

Posted in Economics, History | 1 Comment

50 Ways To Leave Your Gas Supplier

Once upon a time there were 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover.

Posted in Economics, History | 6 Comments

Tom Luongo: The LIBOR Twist

Some classes in the University of Life are just too important to miss.

Posted in Economics, History | 1 Comment

The Thin Skinned Earth

James Maxlow has produced a glorious series of Expansion Tectonics images that lead to some surprising results. Continue reading: The Thin Skinned Earth

Posted in Earth, Geology, Inflating Earth, Liesegang Cavities | 3 Comments

Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun

Have the Technocratic Elite unwittingly Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun? Continue reading: Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun

Posted in Economics, History | 8 Comments

Malaga Orange Alert

An Orange Weather Alert has been issued for Malaga province

Posted in Atmospheric Science, Spain | 2 Comments

Edwin Johnson Goes To China

Continue reading: Edwin Johnson Goes To China

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology | 3 Comments

Growth Hormone and the God Complex

Sometimes subtlety doesn’t work. Sometimes you have to be far more explicit. Sometimes you explain what happens when people Walk on the Wild Side. Continue reading: Growth Hormone and the God Complex

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 8 Comments

Grand Jury Day 3

Continue reading: Grand Jury Day 3

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 8 Comments

Gonzalo Lira: You’re About To Be Poor

The West is Going West.

Posted in Economics, Guest Authors, History | 12 Comments