@bigbrother1066 when everyone is thinking same way, no one is thinking. as they say. he's the only one who is taking on saylor and just plain laughing at him for buying at the top -- and on leverage. whereas he called the top at 65k. and claims he also called earlier top at 20k back in maybe 2018 or 2017.
So if Heart is right, and PulseX is indeed better and more secure (Jew-proof) than Bitcoin, then PulseX could conceivably end up in the thousands in a few years.
And he was one of at least two youtubers that said Bitcoin would go down when everybody else was saying it would go up.
@bigbrother1066 this is the rare area where the entire question turns on the HOW, which is a technical matter, and not my strong area. so i need to watch the top men from either side go at it, then i can tell. i know the politics better than any of these people but i need the technical understanding of how the 21m could be changed. what it would take as a technical matter. before i was 90% satisfied with the "oh its impossible" from the keisers. now i have doubt, thanks to heart.
Yeah. Great points. The two inflation bugs got me worried too.
I'm just curious. What do you personally think?
I understand. Thanks.
Pardon my ignorance, but I assume this is a good thing for adoption of Bitcoin. Or no?
one thing women do that i really hate. they love to go to some kind of place with limited parking, public place. when they finish their business, in their usual dumpy lazy-ass way, they get back in their car and sit there another 15 minutes, usually on their phone, or doing something not dependent on their location.
nutshell: if women arent civilized by men, they are the most egotistic, selfish creatures on the planet.
" Statins, antidepressants, the food pyramid, seed oils, glyphosate, mRNA injections, and the cumulative burden of childhood vaccinations. When government works in service of an industry, the results are the same. If "science-minded" people won't see the pattern, what can be done? I suspect Steve Kirsch has come around on all of the foregoing. Once you see the effects of capture on one aspect of our life, it is hard to ignore others even if you quibble with the list above. "
" And speaking of remaining in the control group:
Are you aware that there's an actual control group for those of us who are, and plan to remain, "purebloods"? Here's the link::
The goal: having a worldwide control group against which to judge the "safety" (ha!) and "effectiveness" (ha! ha!) of the injections.
say a cold can knock you over. not a problem unless you're standing on a cliff. so move the cliff standers (old people) inland. and that's all needs to be done.
someone who can die from a cold is going to die from something else pretty soon anyway. the myocarditis and stuff is not coming from any cold, it's coming from the spurious treatment promoted by the usual suspects pushing the usual agenda.
wasnt there one of these famous experiments (famous = taught in schools) that was legit deboonked?
The Asch Conformity Experiments
What These Experiments Say About Group Behavior