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Author Topic: Also Spricht Zarathustra  (Read 324 times)
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November 27, 2013, 12:45:13 PM

Dear members,

I've been a regular voyeur of this forum for a couple of years now. Always felt the urge to mingle,
so today... Let me introduce myself in this first forum post;

As a kid I thought I would later become an astronomer but, when I learned that working on theoretical
physics is more often than not, not the same as gazing at the stars, I eventuelly turned out an artist.
I feel artistry is presently the last freehaven [nuance requierd, red.] for the individual not yet completely
confounded by law, social structures and money. As close as it gets anyway. I quickly learned when
graduating from the academy that the muse'ed mind has to be registered as an economic business,
for inspiration wants to be paid of course and will do so according to Father State.

I am not naive.
Even though the world does not reflect the paradise that has been instilled in me as a child,
it still resides there...

I am particularly interested in increasing the capacities of the individual (myself thoroughly included) through
knowledge, free energy technology, encryption, peer-to-peer systems and of course, cryptocurrency. I have
high respect for many forum-members that brought me their perspectives, know-how and their philosophies.
I hope to get to know you better in time.

I got into BTC through a like-minded, good friend of mine. He's a fairly early adopter as far as I can tell and an
intelligible advocate of the phenomena. I was quickly convinced of the vast implications as well as the potential of
cryptocurrency. This was probably late 2011, early 2012. (Prior to his Bitcoin plead, he thought Google was the
Messiah-like technology. We still have a laugh about that one.) I hopped on physically not long after.

I tend to lean towards the vision that owning 1 BTC will eventually be unobtainable for a single individual, so it is a
long-term investment (as well as a reliable storage of wealth compared to banks). That said, the early adopters are
united in being exceptions to this. I wonder at what speed this will unfold. In this light, initiatives such as the 'thread
that feeds the people in need' are interesting to watch. I am eager to be part of such uses of the technology in the

Let me conclude with sharing another new horizon perspective, from my independent ongoing physics studies;
Dr. Nassim Haramein is in the process of complementing Einstein's relativity theory. He is on Youtube.
As the earth once was no longer flat...

Kind regards,


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