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首先,美国越来越依赖强力战术而不是能力。 例如,在事实上的5G竞争中,华盛顿无法以更优惠的价格向欧洲提供更好的产品,因此它禁止欧洲国家从中国购买商品。 美国无法在制造业上与中国竞争,因此诉诸贸易战。 美国不能像中国一样制造至关重要的EUV光刻设备来制造先进的半导体,但美国却不能禁止荷兰公司ASML出售给中国。 同样,美国无法在向欧洲的天然气价格上与俄罗斯竞争,因此它通过制裁手段试图阻止欧洲从俄罗斯购买天然气。 这并不令人放心。

其次,中国人是一个商业人士,敏捷,迅速推向市场,残酷无情,在整个亚洲都因此而闻名。 相比之下,美国是官僚主义的军事帝国。 美国对一些重要技术拥有传统控制权,其中最重要的是关键的半导体领域和国际金融体系。 华盛顿正利用这些手段来削弱中国的进步。

结果是,中国人意识到,美国不是竞争对手,而是敌人。随之而来的是投资和研发的爆炸式增长,目的是减少对美国技术的依赖。 为此,有一个著名的1.4万亿美元的五年计划。 现在,人们遇到了大量有关“中国拥有知识产权”或类似措词的技术进步的故事。

他们对此似乎是致命的。 鉴于拜登无法从牛车中分辨出晶体管,我想知道他是否意识到,每当美国推动中国在X上独立时,美国公司就会失去X的中国市场,后来又在X上与中国X竞争。国际市场。 无论如何,请给特朗普他应得的。 他点亮了这个保险丝。

几段

中国385 mph磁悬浮列车的原型
原型图 385 mph磁悬浮列车的性能

上述野兽完全在中国开发,是第一个使用高温超导磁体来保持火车在铁轨上方浮动的动物。 HTSC磁体之所以大有作为,是因为它们可以使用液氮作为冷却剂而不是液氦来获得超导性,从而获得经典的超导性,据中国人说,这要花费使用氦气价格的五十倍。 HTSC的使用非常非常流畅。 火车将大量使用碳纤维材料来减轻重量,这表明中国人无法区分火车和飞机。

亚洲时报 “中国的氢梦想正在山东成形”

“正在制定详细的试点计划,将区域性工业强省山东转变为“氢能社会”,这寄予了实现绿色承诺的巨大希望。”

这篇文章很难用一句话总结,值得一读。 通常,中国人会做事,尝试,而美国会谈,骚乱,施加制裁,吮指,并​​严厉地花费在洲际核轰炸机上。

华为 正在开发智能道路而非智能汽车”

“嵌入在道路,交通信号灯和路牌中的多个传感器,摄像机和雷达帮助公交车安全驾驶,同时又将信息传输回该网络-”

量子密码学 中国的网络覆盖量为4,600公里”

量子密钥分发(QKD)允许进行可靠的通信。 中国读了埃德·斯诺登(Ed Snowden)关于国家安全局侦听的书,意识到这有问题,并着手予以纠正。 如果这种情况传播到其他国家(请参阅下文),则世界上大部分地区可能会被美国情报机构所利用。

中国人可能已经想到了这一点。

“……同事将通过与奥地利,意大利,俄罗斯和加拿大的合作伙伴合作,进一步扩大网络。 该团队还为QKD开发低成本的卫星和地面站。”

最后一句话很有趣。 如果中国开始在国外销售真正安全的通用装备,它将使许多情报机构感到非常不满。 我是否提到中国人是商人?

此外:

中国科学家 实现量子信息屏蔽,为加密通信应用铺平道路。”

据我所知,经过一夜安眠和三杯咖啡后,这可能会变得无知。 但是,这项成就使美国技术出版社感到震惊,并暗示了中国人对获得隐私的重视。

以下视频显示了中国如何构建高铁线路,就像在高速公路上画一条条纹一样。 由于他们无法创新,因此必须创新。

中国到欧洲的铁路货运中国铁路宣布:“ 10,000年,通过中欧航线运送了927,000多列火车和2020个集装箱。 目前的流量同比增长了98.3%,覆盖了欧洲的21个国家和92个城市。”

美国制造航空母舰。 中国卖东西。

日经亚洲: “中国迅速发展的核工业对西方意味着什么”

中国在巴基斯坦的一座反应堆刚刚投入使用,预计还将在几个月内投入使用。 Nikkei说:“卡拉奇反应堆只是这些反应堆中最新的一个,世界核组织在最近的调查中列出了从阿根廷到埃及的十几个国家在开发或计划阶段的十二个不同项目。 还在讨论中。”

日经新闻表示,此外,中国打算让整个行业从技术到中国本土和美国制裁之外的材料。 见上文,关于推动中国创造东西。

首创中国 DRAM芯片进入市场DRAM,动态随机存取存储器,几乎出现在所有电子产品中,并且是一个多汁的市场。 制造它的Chang Xin Memory对其进行了略微重新设计,以消除美国的技术。 如果张仙能提高产量(尚待确定),请猜想外国公司将不会再在中国出售太多产品了。

平塘大桥,最近开放。 远远超过一千英尺
平塘大桥 最近开放。 远远超过一千英尺

即使最近在中国的短短两个星期,我也看到中国人不相信垂直运动。 一个美国人,碰到一座山,理智地会爬上去。 这不是中国的方式。 他们经历了。 同样,在寻找山谷时,它们不会上下波动。 他们穿过。 其背后可能有一些遗传异常,或者可能与外星人杂交。 但这导致了可怕的桥梁。

是中国吗 成为AI的世界领导者吗?”

“概括。 中国正在迅速关闭美国在人工智能研究领域保持的曾经强大的领先地位。 与美国研究人员相比,中国研究人员现在发表更多关于人工智能的论文,并获得更多专利。 该国似乎准备成为人工智能技术的领导者……”

有人认为中国专利质量低下。 也许是这样。 但是不要打赌大学的资金。

中国开始 世界上最长的超导电缆项目的建设”

“中国第一个35 kV高温超导电缆示范项目已由国家电网在上海启动建设,预计将于今年年底完成。 这是世界上最大的传输容量,最长的距离,目前的2000A最高的商业35 kV超导电缆项目。”

关于5G战争,特朗普本可以从华为那里购买5G,获得一笔甜心的交易,高昂的价格,在美国的工厂等等。 相反,他禁止华为进入美国,然后扭曲了欧洲诸侯国的手臂。 因此,美国和欧洲都没有提供这种服务,但是中国正在迅速推出这种服务。 辉煌,唐。 这使中国在智能工厂,智能城市,自动驾驶汽车等领域有了一个起步的起点。

“在集装箱船卸货期间,中国几乎是完全自动化的港口。 ”
“在集装箱船卸货期间,中国几乎是完全自动化的港口。 ”

美国谈论5G,中国使用它。

日经亚洲:“港口是运营商招商局一直致力于使用超快第五代无线技术使更多业务自动化和机械化的一个例子。 通过开发创新的方式来尽可能高效地运营港口,该公司旨在加速海外扩张。”

航空周刊 “面对它:J-20是第五代战斗机”

AvWeek说:“很显然,成都的工程师了解第五代设计的基础:能够通过先进的融合传感器获得态势感知能力,同时通过隐形和电子战拒绝对手的态势感知能力。 J-20具有雄心勃勃的集成航空电子套件,该套件由可提供360度角的多光谱传感器组成。 覆盖范围。 这包括由第十四研究所设计的大型有源电子扫描阵列雷达,电光分布式孔径系统,电光瞄准系统,电子支持测量系统以及可能的侧阵雷达。

“在2017日CNTV的一次采访中,J-20飞行员张浩说:“由于飞机上的多个传感器和非常先进的数据融合,J-20的自动化水平非常高。 。 。 。 战场对我们越来越透明。”

只有订阅了《 AvWeek》,大多数故事才可见。

亚洲时报: 特斯拉在中国电动汽车市场失去领先优势 .

标题是开玩笑的。 销量超过特斯拉的汽车是 4,200 美元,用于短途购物和在城市接孩子。

作为桁架广告很性感,但是...很有用。 我告诉你,把大学的钱放在这家公司里,而不是捆绑广告。 由上汽通用汽车公司的一家合伙企业制造,该合资企业多数由中国设计和制造。 将在国际上出售。

“与特斯拉需要专用的充电站不同,特斯拉 迷你 可以插入家用电源系统进行充电,这大约需要120个小时。 根据汽车制造商的宣传材料,它的续航里程约为100公里,最高时速为每小时XNUMX公里。” 设计并在一年内投入生产。 (我是否提到中国人是商人?)

中国的Y-20战略运输机 获得关键的本土引擎:报告中国设计。 目前尚不清楚与黄金时间准备有多接近,但它正在飞速发展。 无法生产高端发动机一直是中国面临的问题。

WS'20是中国设计的高旁路涡扇发动机。

最后, 环球时报”,北京新闻网站:“ 37月份中国贸易额同比增长11%,标志着连续XNUMX个月出现正增长”

纳夫说。

 
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  1. 在中国,甚至还有任何特别兴趣的游说团体吗? 阅读关于中国的印象时,没有波音公司,通用动力公司,诺斯罗普·格鲁曼公司和类似的游说集团控制政府。 也没有行业在政府补贴的低谷中养活。 此外,中国的官僚机构并不是平庸人士谋求扩大其职级和权力的薪水的工具。

    在美国,私人团体组建游说团体买卖在政府中的影响力是正常的做法,而且政府机构提供虚假的情报以证明有更大的预算是合理的。 例子:
    联邦调查局诱使智商低的穆斯林为更多钱辩护。 现在他们专注于右路
    中情局在伊拉克周围撒谎,在俄罗斯周围撒谎,在所有内容上撒谎,然后将其提供给媒体中的特工
    军方对在阿富汗获胜的前景撒谎
    教育部门对考试成绩和改善不良学校的前景进行说谎
    边境巡逻警官工会举行新闻发布会,撒谎说也门人通过墨西哥边境进入
    媒体掩盖了猎人·拜登的电子邮件

    这是不可接受的,不难想像如果这种行为结束,美国将会改善多少。 但是我无法从字面上想象它的终结,为什么会终结,有什么动机来终止这种行为? 这是一个集体行动问题,而美国在解决这些问题方面是可怕的。

    我不认为美国是西方的一部分,因为它不具有尊重真理的西方价值。 美国的noosphere被Alex Jones-PT Barnum类型和黏黏的社会变态者所占据。

    我刚读过 https://www.rt.com/news/523518-justice-department-bolivia-fraud/
    我勒个去! 司法部正在威胁那些提供玻利维亚选举中缺乏欺诈证据的麻省理工学院研究人员。 这太离谱了! 这是第三世界政府。

    尽管我是马克思列宁主义者,但我在道德上支持自由主义者党,但他们是真诚的,君主制也许是摆脱我列举的问题的唯一途径。 君主制可能解决所有问题或加剧矛盾,要么采取行动,要么向前迈出一步。

  2. Two weeks vacation in China and we have ourselves a Mexican Sinologist here! I’m impressed with the infrastructure myself most of all, having seen this stuff in the interior of China on a trip on over 3 years back. See “向我们的中国读者致以愚蠢的道歉”. However, I don’t see anything near the whole truth from Fred Reed here. (Nothing unusual – that’s been the case for 90% of his columns since the old FredOnEverything days.)

    The US cannot compete with China in manufacturing, so it resorts to a trade war.

    What a stupid comment there! The trade war was something that could have helped Americans bring some manufacturing back, after 25 years of highly unfavorable terms, encouraged by every administration and Congress since at least Bill Clinton’s time. Trump made his usual bumbling wishy-washy effort on this, but I give him credit for trying. 峰值愚蠢 提醒我们 tariffs were a big part of the income of the small Federal Government back in history since the beginning of the Republic.

    Second, the Chinese are a commercial people, agile, fast to market, cutthroat, known for this throughout Asia. America is a bureaucratized military empire, torpid by comparison. America has legacy control over a few important technologies, most notably the crucial semiconductor field …

    Yeah, no shit. It helps to not have a dozen Feral regulatory agencies riding your ass as you try to compete in any field other than software*. I’ve not read a single column by Fred Reed decrying the American Feral Beast of a government and the tremendous regulation (which President Trump also made some feeble efforts to do something about) put upon American business. That is, especially for the small businesses which don’t have input into said regulations as Big-Biz does.

    … in any field besides and the international financial system.

    That, and the whole of (F灵性 I保险 R房地产,以及 Education) may call themselves industries, but no actual industry goes on.

    China read Ed Snowden’s book on NSA’s snooping, realized it had a problem, and set out to correct it. If this spreads to other countries—see below—much of the world could go black to American intel agencies.

    I’m not any happier about CCP snooping than I am with that of the NSA. Ed Snowden was a hero to me, but he was no hero to the Chinese. I recommend a book called 我们已经和谐起来.**

    However, the achievement made the American technical press, and suggests Chinese seriousness about gaining privacy.

    Uhhh, yeah, the CCP is serious about gaining privacy from the US. For the Chinese people privacy has become a thing of the past. The place is becoming an Orwellian nightmare, albeit with lots of beautiful shiny transportation toys.

    .

    * The reason the US has had so much success out of small software companies is that the product or service can be produced without any oversight by OSHA, the FDA, the damn HR ladies, and anyone else, until it’s finished and working. Only then do you have to deal with the BS.

    ** More of the review is in 部分2, 部分3部分4.

  3. anon[352]• 免责声明 说:

    我们由 ZOG 经营。

    If the ZOG cant force a large number of African refugees on China to slow them down, then I imagine they will develop alien-like weapon-systems that could conventionally defeat our military. ZOG would no doubt respond with another virus directed at China’s poultry and pork herds. If thats thwarted, a ZOG false-flag + nukes on China.

    Israel-first-ZOG runs America. We are coming at the world from the multicult left because that gives ZOG endless excuses to intervene everywhere (you are mistreating trannies, not marrying/allowing adoption with gays, mistreating/not admitting refugees, not signing refugee agreements *which would make your country 1/2 African in no time*, you are emitting carbon dioxide and are a climate criminal. Look for us to support BLM Chapters world wide. Our NGOs can plan many false flags with them. We will stir up trouble in China’s African land holdings, and push for China to become multicultural in ensuing resolutions in legal settlements of the the colonial troubles we stirred up.

    Fred is gonna get to see us overrun Mexico with Africans in the 2030s. You are gonna get BLMd too Fred. The black world-wide social/racial proletariat is our key to victory. The most important graph in the world a la Steve Sailer was no mistake Fred, its our shameless racial bolshevik army that will insist on global racial communism. Anything else is ‘raciss

    • 同意: moi
    • 谢谢: Irish Savant
  4. KenR 说:

    美国大多数人居住在5G服务区域。 我已经有大约一年了。

    但是,更重要的是。 中国就是行动所在。 他们有市场。 他们有生产。 而且,当我告诉您这一点时,请相信我:技术紧随其后。 总是。 我们听到的这个想法:“我们将在美国设计它,然后在海外建造它”,这始终是灾难性的愚蠢和短期思考。

    因此,除非情况发生变化和突然发生变化,否则中国也有望在技术上超越所有人。

    生活在一个正在以多种方式失去优势的国家里,这是很严肃的事情,而不是一件快乐的事。 但是在美国,今天就是今天。 我们需要卷起袖子。

    • 同意: Daniel Rich
    • 谢谢: Irish Savant
  5. Biff 说:

    However, the achievement made the American technical press, and suggests Chinese seriousness about gaining privacy.

    Easy enough when you dump the usual suspects which is why Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and all other associated programs(Instagram) will become dinosaurs in the near future.

    Bitcoin instead of PayPal.

    • 回复: @showmethereal
  6. Ignatius 说:

    On a more mundane level.
    I’ve been one big customer of Harbor Freight Tools for > 15 years.
    Originally some of their stuff seemed substandard but today outstanding yet low-priced.
    Reportedly over 90% Chinese mfg.
    I have bought their power tools all kinds, many handtools, and a splendid 13 HP 6500watt
    gaspowered generator. That gen still works faultlessly >10 years pumping a water well and at \$550
    was 1/4 comparable Honda price.
    I’d gladly buy American quality but even “Craftsman” tools are now Chinese made.
    Rare old USA hand tools are collectables. My dad’s 24″ pipe wrnch mfg in MA a century ago
    would bring \$500 . Have used it abusively mostly but USA no longer makes things like that.
    (one “tool” Chinese dont make well is mouse traps those splendid Victor mt’s still mfg in PA)

  7. It’s true that China has some advantages – perhaps chiefly among them not suffering from Wokism, will which lead to the destruction of some segments of the Western world. Wokism trickles down and adversely impacts all sorts of things – schooling, business, politics, family, etc.

    However, the Chinese government has a very serious and very real problem on it’s hands: the entire economy is a Keynesian nightmare on steroids. The famous “empty cities” are one visible symptom of that. Since at least 2000, the Chinese government has engaged in a tremendous expansion of government debt and a major increase in the monetary base. This primes the economy for a massive collapse at some point. When? Nobody knows. They can probably kick the can for as long as they can continue to increase the monetary base – but this simply makes the problem worse and moves out the day of reckoning.

    Both the USA and China have their seperate problems which stand to result in serious consequences for people in both countries. Christianity is growing in China at an astounding rate, which is a very good thing – certainly better than the flabby liberal Christianity seen in America. They have that advantage.

  8. @Ignatius

    I’ve not had as good luck with the the Harbor Freight tools, Ignatius, and believe me, in there I’m like a kid at a candy store. Even the simple hand tools are crap, too often. I had an air tank fail on me in 2 ways. The belt sander has stayed in one piece though, but it hasn’t seen heavy usage. Regarding the 廉价的中国废话, I have a humerous story that involved Harbor Freight, but they were not the culprit – the cheap Chinese crap still was* – “用廉价的国产废料DIY轮胎修理”.

    .

    * If you want to get into conspiracy theories, my pet one is that the Chinese make the stuff junky on purpose, so that American won’t have time to compete. The air tank breaks. You try to fix it, but the crescent wrench breaks. You go to the store to get replacements, but your Chinese-made alternator craps out on the way – “中共干部的辉煌计划进展顺利”.

  9. Dan Hayes 说:
    @Uncle Lester

    Regarding Christianity in China. Pope Bergoglio has recently thrown the Chinese RCC faithful under the bus to make a deal with the state authorized church. Shades of Pope Paul’s opening to the Soviets just as its empire was disintegrating – what a collection of bozos!

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  10. Trinity 说:

    China? Change your tune already. Oh speaking of Chyna. RIP. We gonna leave everyone with this oldie but not so goodie, David “Weird Dude” Bowie tune.

    Okay, Cue: China Girl by David Bowie. Yeah, I know the tune is old but you played it for her, you can play for me. So play it.

    Did that weird muscly guy Iggy Pop write that tune or did Bowie borrow it?

  11. Ray Caruso 说:

    Regarding the 5G War Trump could have bought 5G from Huawei, gotten a sweetheart deal, great prices, factories in America, and so on. Instead he banned Huawei from the US…

    Something that should be noted is that the US cannot have 5G, whether from Huawei or anyone else. The reason is that in the US the Pentagon controls the optimal frequencies required by 5G and they don’t want to yield them or even share them. Needless to say, making them do it would be “putting the troops in danger” or some such claptrap. Since the US cannot have real 5G but only a spotty, unreliable version that uses suboptimal frequencies, the rulers of the Rainbow Empire, including Trump are determined, to prevent as many other countries as possible from having it.

    In this, as everything else, the US stands against the good of mankind.

    • 谢谢: Ann Nonny Mouse
  12. Ty 说:

    China makes industrial products, America prints money out of thin air.

  13. Franz 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    I don’t consider The United States to be part of the west…

    This idea was first raised over 20 years ago in John Gray’s 虚假黎明:全球资本主义的妄想。

    In 1999 all the talk of the glorious wealth to come if Americans would just roll over and let “the global economy” do it’s bit. All vice is grounded in greed. Millions of permanently impoverished workers later most people here are still in denial. Worse, production work never returns. It goes from New England to Japan to Mexico to China. Always the downward path. The only exception is that whoever has the work can always create a consumer economy. The US did it in the years after 1945. China can do it now. Russia is getting there too thanks to our sanctions. Lucky them.

    Japanese joke ca. 1999 — How many American economists does it take to screw in a light bulb? Answer: None! They are all waiting for the invisible hand.

    • 同意: HeebHunter
  14. Ray Caruso 说:
    @anon

    If thats thwarted, a ZOG false-flag + nukes on China.

    Perhaps China should let ZOG know that in the case of a nuclear exchange between themselves and the US, Israel will be regarded as part of the US.

  15. Clyde 说:

    Fred– So nice to hear from you from your Mexican hidey hole. Buying into Chinese 5G is for morons. Too many backdoors are built in, to report back to Xi Jinping and his cabal. Koreans can supply perfectly good 5G and are experts at manufacture.

    Korea Leading the World in 5G Coverage
    https://www.hapskorea.com/korea-leading-the-world-in-5g-coverage
    Jan 28, 2020 · Korea Leading the World in 5G Coverage. Haps Staff. January 28, 2020. Only around a year into the launch of the 5G service, and South Korea easily holds first place for the greatest level of coverage in any nation. Just a few months into the global rollout of the service, back in July of 2019, Korea had already reached a record high of 77% of the entire world’s 5G userbase.

    South Korea: the nation leading the global 5G revolution
    https://www.raconteur.net/technology/5g/south-korea-5g
    May 23, 2019 · May 23, 2019. Oliver Pickup. South Korea is leading the pack when it comes to deploying 5G, insists Guillaume Weill, head of telecoms at technology consultancy Intralink, and it’s hard to argue

    Peak Stupidity reminds us that tariffs were a big part of the income of the small Federal Government back in history since the beginning of the Republic.

    As we ran trade surpluses for about 200 years. Then tops next for Federal revenue came Federal taxes on alcohol and tobacco. The ATF was put together for enforcement, to make sure these taxes were collected for our tiny DC government. Today’s ATF does the same plus add in regulating and enforcement on firearms. ATF came off as a roving Federale shitshow in Waco with the Branch Davidians.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  16. Aircraft carriers and/or the Pentagon are the greatest economy pushers in the US. They’ve done more to promote ( or better yet to enforce ) economic ties of the US and hesitant nations throughout the world than the Chamber of Commerce ever did.

    • 同意: ruralguy
    • 哈哈: Realist, HammerJack
  17. Ray Caruso 说:
    @KenR

    Like nearly everything else in the US, and like the country itself, what is called “5G” around these parts is a scam.

    https://www.cnet.com/how-to/5g-ultra-wideband-5ge-5g-plus-dont-fall-for-carrier-marketing-fluff/

    There can be no real 5G in the US because the Pentagon owns the optimal frequencies and won’t share them, as they use them for their internal tranny dating program, which they plan to make mandatory for all service members. When US 5G isn’t a total scam, as in the case of AT&T’s 5G E, it’s a spotty, unreliable knockoff that uses suboptimal frequencies.

    • 哈哈: Daniel H
    • 回复: @obwandiyag
  18. Ktulu 说:

    So the options for the future are global 5g ant colony or global gaza strip. Anyone got any asteroids they want to summon?

  19. Icy Blast 说:

    实际上,德国人发明了磁悬浮列车,大约XNUMX年前,中国政府向他们支付了巨款,以在上海附近安装一条相对较短的“磁悬浮”铁路。 弗雷德(Fred)处于他平时亲中国政府的妄想之中。 中国当局的行为确实比美国政府更为明智,但这并没有设定很高的标准。

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @Zarathustra
    , @Vidi
    , @Otoh_imho
  20. Biff 说:
    @Ignatius

    I’ve been one big customer of Harbor Freight Tools for > 15 years.
    Originally some of their stuff seemed substandard but today outstanding yet low-priced.
    Reportedly over 90% Chinese mfg.

    Harbor Freight used to be notoriously low end just because that was their market base – maybe that’s changed? Here in SE Asia the Chinese tool market is quite extensive and covers a wide spectrum of quality. Two days ago I just bought a Bosch portable grinder, and in the fine print on the side of it was ‘Made in China’, but it is a right proper tool, as is my Bosch cordless drill(made in China). There is a local Thai brand called ‘Pumpkin’(all the tools are orange) and they make some middle of the road dependable tools – I have many.

    Tool refinement is what separates man from —— Leftists.

    • 同意: GMC
    • 回复: @Daniel Rich
  21. It’s good to be king.

  22. Polistra 说:
    @KenR

    “We need to roll up our sleeves”

    The problem isn’t that our sleeves are down. It’s that there’s no “we” any more.

    弗雷德:

    中国人是一个商业人士,敏捷,快速投放市场,残酷无情,在整个亚洲都因此而闻名。

    前进:为什么中国人如此痴迷于犹太人?

    • 回复: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  23. GMC 说:

    “America” is making tons of money – illegally- but don’t think any of that money could ever be put into the treasury , well the public treasury that is. And the more – illegal money- that is made , the further Washington will be from Main Street. If China has a crime syndicate in their government like the USA has – they seem to keep it to themselves and the money goes back into the county – mostly. There is No use comparing the two countries because the USA is barely a country anymore. It had all the right stuff, to be a class act and leader of all leaders but was Hijacked, Used, and looted instead. Keep the passport handy.

  24. @anyone with a brain

    在中国,甚至还有任何特别兴趣的游说团体吗? 阅读关于中国的印象时,没有波音公司,通用动力公司,诺斯罗普·格鲁曼公司和类似的游说集团控制政府。

    在中国,政府控制着公司。 他们有一个奇怪的想法,即一个国家的政府在其创建和保护的合并实体中所发生的事情具有某种发言权。 每个公司都有一名政治官员,其职责是确保公司行为符合国家的最大利益。

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  25. Bill Jones 说:

    但是,中国因无法产生美国所创造的充满活力的多样性而受苦。

    • 哈哈: Godfree Roberts, Realist, FLgeezer
    • 回复: @James Forrestal
  26. @Uncle Lester

    “Christianity is not a solution Gomez –but a problem,. There are simply too many brands of it and since my parents time—new sects have shot up like mushrooms —-all claiming to have the answer to death” and Bosley Swain again—raises a good point.

  27. Sean 说:

    https://rumble.com/vg1ujt-exclusive-sharyl-attkisson-investigates-covid-origins.html

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9556415/China-preparing-WW3-biological-weapons-six-years-investigators-say.html
    China was preparing for a Third World War with biological weapons – including coronavirus – SIX years ago, according to dossier produced by the People’s Liberation Army in 2015 and uncovered by the US State Department
    Beijing has considered the military potential of SARS coronaviruses since 2015
    The bombshell document was accessed by US State Department investigators
    Scientists examined manipulation of diseases ‘in a way never seen before’
    Foreign affairs committee’s Tom Tugendhat says evidence is a ‘major concern

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
    , @anon
  28. @Ignatius

    (one “tool” Chinese dont make well is mouse traps those splendid Victor mt’s still mfg in PA)

    The Chinese solution to this is simply to steal the IP. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt9jOJNHa88

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
    , @PJ London
  29. China has the foresight and vision to guide them. We have Jews who own and screw us.

  30. bomag 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    …minarchism might be the only way to rid the problems I have listed

    但是,如果您的人民从根本上是腐败的(或者应该说,新人民迅速在您的国家中居住),那么这也将失败。

  31. Meanwhile in India, Modi worshippers (Bhakts) are literally slathering themselves with cow dung as “protection” against COVID.

    • 哈哈: Justrambling
  32. John D. 说:
    @KenR

    作为为美国跨国公司工作的欧洲人,我感到奇怪的是,美国人回到家似乎看不到点点滴滴。 中国人对美国人没有做任何卑鄙的事情。 他们没有偷你的工作。

    他们生活在一个工资低,生活成本低的国家,当美国跨国公司发现他们可以通过“中国佬”廉价地完成制造业,而不是将昂贵的超重工人称为美国工人返回家乡时,他们只是将业务转移到了因此,中国向当地人支付了花生费用,从而使投资者的利润增加了100倍。

    您会看到,在破坏美国制造业基础方面,美国跨国公司没有爱国主义,对美国人民没有忠诚,也没有顾忌。 从事商业活动是赚钱,或者,“这一切都是关于愚蠢的利润!”

    因此,特朗普呼吁他们的爱国方面要求他们将制造业带回美国本土,这是可笑的。 他们只是嘲笑布冯。 如果您仍然不明白,请查看“跨国”一词。 那就是美国所有的大生意。 微软不再是美国人,它是拥有或从中获利的每个投资者国籍,并且与所有其他投资者一样。

    这类公司没有看到自己喜欢的国家,没有看到最大化利润的机会,也没有在哪里乱糟糟。 同时,回到家乡,土著人看着他们的领导人在电视上用“我的美国同胞”这一行庄严地向他们打招呼,就好像我们在一起,就是大国与世界。 谬论和谎言的胆大妄为几乎令人叹为观止,但美国人似乎想相信胡说八道。

    我们欧洲人在六十年代羡慕并羡慕的美国问题,如今已被严酷的军国主义制度所取代,这种政权正在全世界范围内积淀苦敌,我们对此并不嫉妒。

  33. @John D.

    资本家担心寻求高于一切的利润,而在逻辑上必须做些什么才能使高于一切的利润最大化?!? 嗯,我从来没有!

  34. @Trinity

    Did that weird muscly guy Iggy Pop write that tune or did Bowie borrow it?

    Both fellows you mentioned wrote “China Girl.” That song is already in Wokeschwitz, or would be if the soyfags knew of it.

  35. @Uncle Lester

    The famous “empty cities” are one visible symptom of that. Since at least 2000, the Chinese government has engaged in a tremendous expansion of government debt and a major increase in the monetary base. This primes the economy for a massive collapse at some point.

    “empty cities”?
    During the past 35 years, almost 600 million Chinese have migrated to cities from the countryside. That is the equivalent of the whole European population from the Ural Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean, and China has built the equivalent of all the cities of Europe to house them. Chengdu was a Third World backwater a generation ago; today it is a steel-and-glass behemoth of 30 million people, and China’s second Silicon Valley with a university that mass-produces computer science graduates.

    For 70 years, China has built the equivalent of one San Francisco every month and is not slowing down. People wisely wait to move into them until not only are the utilities connected, but the schools and clinics open, factory and shop jobs available, and Feng Shui auspicious. There are no ‘ghost towns’ in China and there never have been
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/wadeshepard/2018/03/19/ghost-towns-or-boomtowns-what-new-cities-really-become/?sh=1ad8b1b15e3f

    债务?
    1. China’s debt-to-GDP ratio in 3Q 2020 was the same as the US and the EU (with much lower shadow banking exposure): around 273% of GDP, according to the Bank for International Settlements.
    2. China’s economy is growing 300% faster than the US economy and growth eats debt.
    3. China’s debt is 98% domestic.
    4. China’s asset to debt ratio is 3.8:1
    5. China’s debt is self-liquidating, backed by high quality, productive assets. The Three Gorges Dam, for example, repays its construction costs every 42 months.
    6. The Keynesian multiplier of Chinese debt is 200-300%, according to a US Federal Reserve study.
    7. 95% of Chinese trust their government, and debt is a measure of trust.

    • 巨魔: Thim
    • 回复: @showmethereal
  36. @Sean

    控制!

    You can buy the book at this link for RMB 50: https://book.douban.com/subject/31716230/

    A secret document my foot. All the liars have done is cause us to waste our time talking about their fetid vapors.

    • 同意: Vidi
    • 回复: @Sean
  37. @Dave from Oz

    There is not a single adjudicated case, in any IP court on earth (including East Texas) of China stealing significant IP.
    他们也不需要。 他们在数学,工程学和计算机科学领域已经遥遥领先于我们。

    • 同意: d dan
    • 哈哈: Thim
  38. Publius 2 说:
    @KenR

    这个国家无法集体卷起袖子,无法根据需要努力工作,因为42万非洲人的智商为80,他们被称为自然出生的公民,这使我们深受其害。

    • 谢谢: Katrinka
    • 回复: @Rev. Spooner
  39. Marckus 说:

    费加·弗雷迪(Fig Leaf Freddie)的另一篇精彩文章是我们居住在墨西哥的前南姆兽医(Nam Vet)的事,他从美国获得了退休金,然后被吸到了中国。 感谢有多快忘记!

    我最不关心中国。 我们停止购买他们的产品的那天就是他们回到农民社会的那一天。

    The Chinese lack ingenuity and inventiveness. China got its first car around 1930 and that from the west. These ingenious people were still using human pulled rickshaws and implements decades after the industrial revolution was old hat. Four thousand years to invent nothing ! They may be good at taking a tool and making it better but never able to create the original invention. The Wright Brothers came up with the airplane when Chinks were still flying kites and the phone/ telegraph was ancient when horses and runners were still leading “technology” in China.

    Many people do not realize it but Chinese cities are crumbling….poor construction, poor maintenance and not enough people to fill them. What we are shown and see are the lights and glitter of their coastal cities, an illusion in and of themselves. Many are falling to pieces. What we don’t see is the grinding poverty that make even the worst American inner cities look like paradise.

    Then, the Government must control the population. Some people on this site mouth off about the US but try living in a communist state where you are told what to think and see if you like it. Political officers and neighbourhood cadres keep watch on the citizens in case they “do not adopt and maintain the correct attitudes”.

    一次,日本将统治世界,每位美国高管都将其带到日本,向他们涌现并了解到有关Kaizen的所有知识。 今天,日本只是漂浮在太平洋上的又一个他妈的岛,依靠白人来支撑和保护自己的Nip驴。

    最后,中国人的性格还有很多不足之处。 他们被养成顺从的。 例如,我们自自大的UR阅读器《中国人》(LOL)冒充百万富翁,与亿万富翁一起居住在公寓大楼中并雇用白人的种种自称,是由于不断的残酷,戏弄和嘲弄而被UR驱逐的。 这个可怜的家伙甚至被丢下了尊严,向罗恩·恩茨(Ron Unz)抱怨这一切的不公正之处,只不过被进一步羞辱了。

    没有勇气,没有球! 难怪他们每天都受到重击。

    尽管所有关于中国移民到西方移民的小马都以另一种方式来形容。 美国有多少唐人街? 中国有多少个美国城镇!

    These are the people who are going to dominate us one day !!?? Yeah right, the day when a pig’s arse can shit out gold nuggets.

    I believe in America no matter the problems we now face and I subscribe to Buffet’s belief “dont bet against it !” Anyone who feels differently should move out of the country.

    • 哈哈: RoatanBill, Erebus, FB, showmethereal
    • 巨魔: d dan
  40. @anyone with a brain

    在中国,甚至还有任何特别兴趣的游说团体吗? 阅读关于中国的印象时,没有波音公司,通用动力公司,诺斯罗普·格鲁曼公司和类似的游说集团控制政府。 也没有行业在政府补贴的低谷中养活。 此外,中国的官僚机构并不是平庸人士谋求扩大其职级和权力的薪水的工具。

    与其他任何国家一样,中国也有特殊的兴趣游说团体。 它们的运作方式与美国的运作方式有所不同,其明显原因是中国拥有不同的政治制度。

    最引人注目的特殊利益群体称为“建筑工业综合体”,该建筑群将建设项目推向中国国内外。 华盛顿担心的“一带一路”计划中的大部分仅仅是在中国境外扩大建筑工业综合体。

    在中国,一个普遍的问题是,许多官员对GDP增长进行了评级,这迫使他们支持增加GDP的项目。 听起来不错,但是随着中国的成熟,预计这些项目将无法偿还其成本。 因此,“鬼城”(戈德弗里·罗伯茨指出,这是一个被高估的问题,但并非不存在)和各种令人印象深刻的桥梁。

    中国人意识到自己的问题,并试图进行改革,但在任何具有根深蒂固的利益和已确立的行事方式的制度中,改革都是困难的。

    最近的改革例子: https://www.caixinglobal.com/2021-05-12/jiangsu-restricts-new-borrowing-by-highly-leveraged-lgfvs-101709910.html

    江苏省正试图限制地方政府对可疑项目的债务发行。

    对于有关中国政治经济的问题,迈克尔·佩蒂斯(Michael Pettis)是一个很好的英语来源。 佩蒂斯是北京大学的金融学教授,也是卡内基-清华中心的高级研究员。

    注意:以上所有内容均不应解释为声称美国很好或中国将要崩溃。 总而言之,我宁愿要解决中国的问题,也不愿解决我们的问题。

    • 谢谢: FLgeezer
  41. gotmituns 说:

    Fred Reed is a good man and fellow Marine but I think he should wrap up his writing career. While I agree we’re a bunch of jerks, the Chinks are no less/more jerks than us. They’ve got some good ideas and so’ve we. They have some real lousy ideas and so’ve we. Same, Same as we used to say in SE Asia years ago.

  42. A recent piece in the Asia Nikkei Review highlights China’s efforts to build a comprehensive semiconductor supply chain within its borders: https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/The-Big-Story/US-China-tech-war-Beijing-s-secret-chipmaking-champions

  43. aspnaz 说:

    The US cannot compete with China in manufacturing

    Ha ha, what a naive point of view. Germany is the most profitable manufacturing country in the world by a long, long way. The USA oligarchs created China to provide themselves with cheap manufacturing. Over the years China stole all the IP and did what they do best, make copies of stuff other people have created, you know, using imagination and out of the box thinking. China has no IP laws, so making stuff in China is a profitless act because within weeks of setting up your factory, your neighbors will be making the same product and undercutting your price, the only people making money are the people able to sell to the west.

    The US can totally compete with China. It depends on what the arrangement is. If you give China “special status” so that they can destroy your local jobs, then sure, people cannot compete, but yet again this is the interference of government. If the government established a tariff based on cost of living differential, then this would not happen.

    Certain things are still made in the USA: chips, top-quality tools, shit movies, etc. The choice of who manufacturers in the USA is down to people like Bezos and Gates and all the “label” companies who produce tons of shite that the USA and China loves.

    • 回复: @last straw
  44. Anonymous[201]• 免责声明 说:
    @Uncle Lester

    对。

    I well remember virtually every Bigfoot US newspaper having a screaming front page headline shouting that “China is Finished!!!”.

    I first remember it at least 30 years ago. The story seems to be reformatted to appear in one major American newspaper at least once a month – and with tedious regularity I’ve seen that headline *每个**每一个* month – at the very least! – since year 1990 at the earliest.

    Always reminds of a witticism I heard about a chronically delayed guest due at business meeting, about the guest regularly phoning in from his car about ‘just being on my way’:

    “He was five minutes away half an hour ago!”.

    At that witticism I just laughed out loud solidly for five minutes flat.

    • 回复: @PJ London
  45. PJ London 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    ‘Look, if you think any American official is going to tell you the truth, then you’re stupid. Did you hear that? — stupid.’
    国防部公共事务助理部长

  46. @anon

    我们无耻的种族布尔什维克军队将坚持全球种族共产主义。

    正确,根据美国窥探者的报告,“种族布尔什维克”军队已经变异了 UND,他们开发了绕过思想药房所有算法过滤器的能力。
    希望哈里斯先生命令制药公司尽快研制出疫苗!
    时间站在他们这边。

  47. anon[389]• 免责声明 说:
    @Sean

    • 回复: @Sean
  48. China brutally executes women for political crimes.

    不是粉丝。

  49. Stonewall Jackson [又名“约翰·迪林格”) 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    He makes a few points but like his love of all things Mexico he tends to fall in love with other countries. Somehow dipshitz like Lil Ronnie Unz manage to avoid the reality of the Central Americans and are too stubborn to admit it… Mexico for your information Ronnie and Freddie had the highest number of casualties from the drug wars for five years, second only to Syria… but they can stick their heads up their asses pretty well.

    And now he’s in love with China! I agree with some points, but christ to be making goo goo eyes at a country that is totalitarian… not that the US isn’t headed that way… but Freddie ought to realize that China is the Deep State’s goal. They wanna central plan for us…

    Read your website. Like it much. Have it book marked.

    • 谢谢: Achmed E. Newman
    • 哈哈: Realist
  50. @Dan Hayes

    Dan, the state of Christianity in China is precarious right now. Churches have been torn down, and many Chinese people must worship in secret.

    However, regarding Pope John Paul II (I assume you mean him), I don’t know all that story, but I do know he, with his Polish background working with the Solidarity movement (led by Lech Walesa), helped topple the USSR.

    这种新的 所谓的教皇 is nothing but one of tthe usual Liberation Theology Commie types you get regularly out of Latin America. 峰值愚蠢 said years ago “Crank up the white smoke, Vatican staff, and find this fool a job in the Vatican gift shop!”.

    • 谢谢: Dan Hayes, Joe Levantine
    • 回复: @Realist
    , @Dan Hayes
  51. @Trinity

    Trinity, for next time you want to embed a video: Get to the video on youtube. Copy the URL (the whole web “address” you see in the bar at the top). Paste that into this comment area. That’s all there is to it, except for the very minor bug that: If you use the “Preview Comment” feature or the 5-minute EDIT window, the video will not show when you’re done, only the link to it. Therefore, you should get it right the first time, or use the 5-min. edit time to cut it entirely and start over.

    无论如何,这是 中国女孩. Upon looking at the MTV video for the first time in, what 35 years, with the China Girl on there, I say, Mr. Bowie, you could have done a lot better!

    • 回复: @Biff
  52. @Icy Blast

    磁悬浮和微波热的理论原理在55年前是众所周知的。
    付诸实践花了几十年的时间。 (正如您所说的那样,始作俑者可能是德国人。)
    据我所知,大约XNUMX年前,捷克人确实在织机(纺织机)中首先使用了磁悬浮。

  53. anonymous[142]• 免责声明 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    很高兴见到你像美国自由党。

    There’re now 1 per 500 homes Libertarian International Organization (LIO) fans spread proportionately in every nation. There’re a lot of these libertarian fan homes in China, dead set on creating a peaceful US of China and driving most of the positive change we’re seeing (like the recent massive tax cut there). And plenty quietly in the government. Libertarian fans are across all parties, so most are in the CCP worldwide.

    李宝泰人。

    • 回复: @Negrolphin Pool
  54. Biff 说:
    @Marckus

    How many AmericaTowns in China !?

    https://www.mcdonalds.com.cn/

    Count ‘em up and you tell us, asshole……

    • 哈哈: GMC, Marckus
    • 回复: @Quartermaster
    , @Marckus
  55. @Dave from Oz

    Oh, there’s a 3rd way, too. Anyone, anyone, Godfree … no, not Godfree… Bueller?

    How about small government, as the US had 60 years ago (well-arguably, a century), to where there is no point in Big-Biz trying to control government because government can’t help it destroy their small business competitors, and government just stays the hell out of business’s way too?

    “Ooohhh… a 3rd way? You mean, not like Totalitarian China, not like dysfunctional Crony-Capitalist (economically Fascist, basically) America? Could there be any other way but these 2? It’s unpossible!” say those who don’t know any American history. “Those who don’t learn from history are bound to repeat it flaming retards.”

  56. Biff 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I say, Mr. Bowie, you could have done a lot better!

    Disagree, it is fantastic with every note in place and capped with a Stevie Ray Vaughan guitar solo.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  57. @Ty

    “…China makes industrial products, America prints money out of thin air…”

    True, but that is (((America))).

  58. Realist 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    他们也不需要。 他们在数学,工程学和计算机科学领域已经遥遥领先于我们。

    而且,可能最重要的是基因组学和基因工程。

  59. DanFromCT 说:

    我没有打扰好男孩弗雷德(Fred)最新的犹太无花果叶,因为“ Greenspan”和“ Goldman Sachs”一词的搜索空了,而所谓的中国工业奇迹是由于我们的科学技术和技术被盗窃所致。在格林斯潘联储的支持下,华尔街提供了资金,将我们的工业力量转移到中国,成千上万家工厂及其高薪工作。 最终目的是要减少美国和加拿大的人口,以便使这个主要农田可以再由中国人来填充,并由北京来管理。 同时,以色列的工业“奇迹”具有相同的基础,它们将作为第二级NWO的一部分向欧洲(乌克兰)的粮仓提供同样的服务。

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
    • 回复: @PJ London
    , @RoatanBill
  60. Realist 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Dan, the state of Christianity in China is precarious right now. Churches have been torn down, and many Chinese people must worship in secret.

    That is one of China’s strong points…they are not fond of religion. They know that religion is a crutch for the low IQ weak.

    • 同意: RoatanBill, acementhead
    • 哈哈: Thim
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  61. “As so often, the Chinese do things, try things, while the US talks, riots, imposes sanctions, sucks its thumb, and spends grimly on intercontinental nuclear bombers.”

    But at least the elites are having gay sex without restraint in their enclaves.

    • 同意: Robert Bruce
  62. anonym 2 说:

    The parasite vermin userers/merchants took over the american/european economy in the 80s, outsourced our industry to east asia, and turned our economy into a casino whorehouse.

    The Chinese is imitating us, the way our economy was 50 years ago, based on industry and agriculture.

    We could still turn it around, we just have to oust the parasite vermin.

    • 回复: @Robert Bruce
  63. TG 说:

    There are many excellent comments here. Certainly China has many current advantages over the United States, though exactly how it will play out none can say for certain. But I do suggest that a key aspect is demographics.

    We hear that Malthus has been proven wrong, but that’s a lie. Malthus was right. If people have the maximum number of children that they physically can, the resulting exponential growth can and does and has quickly absorbed all resources, then the population is crushed into subsistence level poverty and brute necessity limits population growth. And this circumstance naturally creates a society that is capital-starved and corrupt and unstable.

    Imagine a poor farmer who could maybe support two kids, who instead has six and they grow up chronically malnourished and stunted. How does this magically create wealth? How does this guarantee that when the kids reach adulthood, the farmer will have tripled the available resources and infrastructure? Nonsense. Human beings are only productive with developed resources and tools, and while these can always be increased, only by using existing developed resources and tools and over time… Do the math… Dumping more people into an industrial economy will make the rich richer but without some care will stretch resources….

    We keep hearing that rapid population growth is a source of strength, and vice versa, and that’s a lie. In the 19th century the United States combined a low fertility rate with abundant resources to rapidly build the greatest industrial power the world had ever seen. Mass immigration started around 1888, and that crushed the working class and created great poverty and it all fell apart during the great crash of 1929. At that point immigration was reduced to near zero, and fertility rates plunged further. It was during the immigration time out that lasted until the late 1960’s that America really made progress. Post that time, the rich have been using mass Third-world immigration to force population growth, and boost their own profits immensely, but it’s hollowing out the place out.

    China under Mao initially decided “strength through numbers” but that didn’t work out well. After China’s population pressure was brought under control, then they made progress.

    In a rapidly growing population you need massive – soon superhuman – efforts just to stay level. In a stable or slowly growing society, steady progress can slowly compound to great wealth.

    People say that India will soon overtake China, because of it’s soon-to-be-larger and much younger population. But look at how these two countries are handling COVID, and think about it…

    • 回复: @ben sampson
  64. @Biff

    Sorry, Biff, that humor wasn’t too clear. I was talking about the China girl early on in the video. You can find a lot hotter ones, well, if you’re David Bowie anyway… during one of your non-gender-confused phases of life, that is.

    Stevie Ray Vaughn played on this? Thanks. I had no idea.

    PS: You also misinterpreted Markus’ point about the “Americatowns”. His point is that Americans don’t pile into the country, as the Chinese have here, legally and plenty illegally too. Re, the McDonalds, Biff: They are for Chinese people – believe me, if you’ve tried their version of the Big Mac special sauce… well, you don’t wanna know…

  65. hillaire 说:

    I do hope ‘fred’ lives long enough to be a slave in a ‘chinese’ thorium mine, ferried to his 18 hour shift on a carbon fibre mag-lift cattle cart…

    Of course the asylum north of mexico is finished, the gods always make mad those whom they wish to destroy… there is no future in rainbow flags and negro worship…nor a governing body that resembles a chimps tea party in a middle eastern souk.

    when ’empires’ turn on their own peoples they are already dead…

    chinese national socialist elitism is obviously the natural ally for a particularly european ideology and no doubt it’s superior adherents will help to improve the chinese genome with selective breeding and genetic manipulations..

    and of course nice uniforms (those silly chinese hats will have to go I am afraid)..

  66. Anonymous[216]• 免责声明 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    My My My but you sound either bitch slap or jealous maybe both, business/banking took over this country including the government, and they couldn’t give a rats ass about the people or the country for that matter, as they say everything is a business model even destroying the country as long as it increases the profit line, and there’s nothing surprising about this for they have screwed over the American worker ever since the country was founded, so why not just screw over the country and have it over..

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  67. @Realist

    And they don’t spend huge amounts of energy promoting false narratives, e.g. global warming, transgenderism, and systemic racism.

    • 同意: RoatanBill
    • 谢谢: Achmed E. Newman
    • 回复: @Realist
  68. Anonymous[216]• 免责声明 说:
    @GomezAdddams

    All kinds of Christianity out there, like cars all makes and models and all designed to get you to the same place it’s just your chose of the make or model..

  69. PJ London 说:
    @Dave from Oz

    That particular “Intellectual Property” has been around for at least 50 years (probably a couple of centuries). I built one myself from a swivel lid dustbin.
    The fact is that Chinese production is so much better and faster, not to mention cheaper, that a bloated US company paying interest on ‘start-up’ money to the bank has no chance to compete.

  70. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Ivermectin is working really well in India and other countries where it’s being used.

  71. Erebus 说:

    There is not a single adjudicated case, in any IP court on earth (including East Texas) of China stealing significant IP.

    There are at least 2 I was involved in inside China, and a couple more I’m aware of that were much more high profile.

  72. frankie p 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I like how you tried to work “Education” into F.I.R.E. The “E” is actually the “E” from Real Estate, but I get where you’re coming from.

  73. PJ London 说:
    @DanFromCT

    很高兴您不必打扰阅读本文,但还是决定权衡并赋予我们较小的众生尊贵的才智。
    谢谢你,谢谢你,谢谢你。

  74. Z-man 说:

    Yeah blah blah blah. The Chinese are still stealing western technology. The J 20 is still dependent on Russian engine technology and the rest. The structure is inferior to the American 5th gen aircraft. And last but not least it’s still in development with less than a 100 flying.
    They are successful economically because they are more robotic than the West, and hopefully The West never becomes that ordered and authoritarian, paging George Orwell.

  75. @anyone with a brain

    China has Han super majority which looks after the Han interest… America use to have super majority, the White Christians, but that has been diluted to the point of almost no return and therefore, no one to look after the best interest of the country and now it’s all about private interest of either groups (Jews, Blacks, Latinos etc.) or individuals (Bezos, Gates, Zuckerberg et al). Now, the only way America can win is to nuke rapidly advancing China back to the communist age of Mao!

  76. PJ London 说:
    @Anonymous

    Iran has been within 6 months of Nuclear weapons for 30 years.

  77. China can’t feed itself or hydrate itself. But hey…5G. I’ll give them credit they write checks for their needs. However they are building themselves quite an impressive maritime infrastructure and navy. So how long until the banker tells them to blow up foreign people? You think not? We got a central banker in 1914(?), and were fighting in a war that meant nothing to us in three years.

  78. Mefobills 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Second, the Chinese are a commercial people, agile, fast to market, cutthroat, known for this throughout Asia. America is a bureaucratized military empire, torpid by comparison.

    During the American Colonial Period, the Yankee Workshop became a model.

    American Credit flowed into industry (the workshop), which used water wheels and skilled labor.

    Debates around that time talked about Coolie labor, and how the workshops could out-compete coolie labor.

    The American idea was to RAISE LABOR up to a high standard, which included high levels of public health, and public education.

    Industrial Capitalism was invented in the American Colonies, and now China runs the American System (Industrial Capital).

    American labor is now becoming “coolie” labor post 1912, after the British Finance Capitalist Private Bankster system was inserted into U.S. Antecedents to the British System were Jewish, which I have explained in my comment history; finance Jews located in Amsterdam maneuvered for London takeover.

    The collision between the West and China is a collision of Systems. Finance Capital has supporting ideologies like judeo-christianity, libertarianism, and liberalism.

    The industrial capitalism of China includes practical ideologies, which do not demand religious conversion of others.

    Chinese practical ideologies do not do a good job of forming individual self-regulation. For example, pocket-picking in China is rampant. Or, a person can be abducted in broad daylight, and Chinese people will look the other way. There has been lots of theft of IP by China, and I personally have witnessed it first hand, as one of the first companies to go to China in 1995. There is no internal self regulation while the Chinese person is doing the theft. “The Americans let me do it – so it is their fault for letting me.” Without individual human self-regulation, a country will end up an Eye of Sauron doing the regulating for them.

    For example, in multi-culti America, Negroes can get away with knock-out games, or are told whitey is the embodiment of all evil, so it creates a low-trust environment. Low trust then makes the people demand Eye of Sauron government to save them. People give up their liberties for safety.

    Having a fascist country (China is objectively fascist) with an Eye of Sauron control, would not be “uplifting” the Chinese people, and hence Chinese leadership will have failed in their mandate of heaven.

    • 哈哈: showmethereal
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  79. Fred777 说:
    @John D.

    “我感到奇怪的是,美国人回到家似乎无法将点子联系起来。 中国人对美国人没有做任何卑鄙的事情。 他们没有偷你的工作。”

    许多美国人都可以串连在一起,但公开进行会使您因仇恨犯罪而被取消。

    • 回复: @John D.
  80. RoatanBill 说:
    @DanFromCT

    The Chinese didn’t have to steal anything. US corporations gave away their IP when they started producing in China. It’s impossible to unsee something. Once certain technologies were in China, it was guaranteed to spread.

    All countries try to get a boost by shady means. The propaganda that China stole everything is a political move fostered by the US gov’t to cover up for their incompetent foreign policy.

    Face facts. China is rising and the US is falling. The time for pissing and moaning is past and the US comes up lacking in any policy to stop its inevitable slide. The current direction clearly indicates that the oligarchs are strip mining the US for anything and everything they can get before the economy craters. With the debt burden the US has there’s no way out.

  81. @Realist

    Oh, the people will always have SOME religion, Realist. In China’s case, for about 40 years, that religion was Communism. 40,000,000 dead and a long-stagnating economy of a billion people in poverty later, they dropped that one in the early 1980s.

    The old Buddhist and Daoist beliefs have been squeezed out of the people by Communism over the years, as Communism demands fealty to only that one god. All that’s left now is superstition, the burning of fake money on tomb-sweeping day, and a big void that will be filled with … something or other. We will see. I think it will be Big Brother as depicted by George Orwell.

    • 回复: @Realist
  82. andreas 说:

    I love to see articles that are optimistic for the future. The future looks great, but maybe not in the US, where studying math, science and engineering is sneered at as “acting white.”

  83. John D. 说:
    @Fred777

    How can you be accused of hate crime for telling the truth?

    That’s undemocratic!

    • 同意: Fred777
    • 回复: @Fred777
  84. @GomezAdddams

    Christianity is not a problem. Churchianity is. Militant Christianity is a serious problem for any fascist regime and is why Xi’s regime is persecuting Christians.

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
    , @showmethereal
  85. nsa 说:

    The vast electronic component industry encapsulates the decline of American manufacturing. Take the lowly 1/4 watt 5% resistor. You can still buy Chinese made 5000 piece resistor tape and reel rolls for \$25 plus the stupid 10% tariff i.e. about a 1/2 cent each. You cannot buy American made 1/4 watt resistors for the simple reason that Americans do not make them. Why not? Glad you asked. They are made by machines tended by only a few humans. So the problem is not wages, as a few \$25/hour technicians tending machines making millions of resistors an hour is of little consequence. The actual problem is Americans are too lazy, technically deficient, and drug addled to design, install, tend, and service the resistor making machines. Oh, and toss in a poor work ethic coupled to an entitled attitude. If Americans offered American made resistors, they would cost \$1 each with many out of tolerance and a high failure rate. It wasn’t always this way, but it is now.

    • 回复: @ruralguy
  86. si1ver1ock 说:

    Hydrogen is just getting started.

    Plasma Kinetics makes light-activated hydrides. It removed the hydrogen from a hydride using light. It system is safe, clean, and scalable and holds more energy than a lithium-ion battery, costing less, and recharges in 5 minutes. This is an energy storage technology that Sandy Munro believes is workable.

    https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2021/04/plasma-kinetics-light-activated-hydrides.html

  87. RoatanBill 说:
    @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Cow patties washes off. The jab is permanent and is of questionable efficacy with as yet unknown long term side effects.

    If push came to shove, I’d take the cow flop as neither is going to help IMO.

    • 同意: Fred777
  88. @Godfree Roberts

    The Chinks have advanced on the back of their espionage. They have been very good at covering their tracks. This has been especially true of their military advancement. Another effective way they have stolen IP is through required joint ventures. They steal the IP from the joint venture, then set up to make it themselves and undercut everyone else.

    That there is no adjudicated case won by those who have had their IP stolen is no surprise. The courts are deeply corrupt and only the ignorant would be surprised that there has been no victory in such cases.

  89. @anonym 2

    Way too late at this point for that. All we can do is to “ride the tiger” and hold on tight. Too many people are thoroughly happy in their hypnotic state and love being reduced to farm animals.

  90. GMC 说:
    @Marckus

    As another Nam Vet I say – Go fuck yourself and the horse you work for or live with. I could write a few more paragraphs but your disrespectful ass – isn’t worth it – Sonny !

    • 回复: @Marckus
    , @Marckus
  91. @Biff

    That is so lame that any intelligent person would be ashamed to post something so stupid. McDonalds is not an “America town.”

    • 回复: @Spect3r
  92. mike5390 说:

    As the US and other western countries such as England, France, Germany, and Canada, constantly complain about others because they clearly cannot compete, others like China remain quiet and slowly invest more and more worldwide.

    The western world is defeated…period! Funny thing is that they are being destroyed from within. France is closer than ever to have a deadly civil war and the same goes for the U.S. Most western nations were told to take in Africans and Middle Eastern people and look where we are at today. How could Libs be so stupid? They have been warned time and time again and yet, it was not enough. While the western world is on a self-destructive path, Asians (particularly China), are watching and waiting to make moves. The middle class is disappearing in the western world while growing extremely fast in China.

    The US empire is in a free fall and nothing will prevent that from happening as politicians are the enemy of the people…particularly the Dems.

    • 同意: HeebHunter
  93. profnasty 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    We got the Dollar.
    The Bush Bastard sold gas at \$4.50/g.
    About \$6.50/g in our \$.
    My gasorine (Chinese) is at \$2.80.
    Where’s this horrible inflation?
    Gold ain’t cheap at \$1800.
    Money goes to Dindus at the bottom, and Jews at the top. Here in-between, yawn.

  94. @Ignatius

    I wondered about how even hand tools got outsourced and brands like Craftsman became crap…then I learned 2 things, I heard a guy in the industry about 2001 say his company (big tool company) was going to start making hammers in China, and even the Carpenters Union was OK with that…and then I found out from reading some New Zealand or Aussie, Trevor something, that by the 90s the commies had taken over the labor unions, previous labor bosses hated them, but not by the 90s…so it all made sense.

  95. @Realist

    American education?
    English language, English literature, Arts, Law school. (Job in Government.)

    • 回复: @Realist
  96. Hoob 说:

    I don’t want 5g. I don’t need faster mobile internet. I don’t need to be tracked and micromanaged down to the real time movement. It’s bad enough as it is. God bless trump for delaying the hellscape of 5g world.

  97. Trinity 说:

    China-China-China
    Russia-Russia-Russia
    Hitler-Hitler-Hitler
    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

  98. @Quartermaster

    Chinese are furiously pursuing monolithic society. They hate diversity.
    They consider it absolute destructive and evil.
    Probably they are correct. Diversity introduces friction and conflict in society and is acting as a break in development and progress of the society.

    • 回复: @Tom Welsh
  99. si1ver1ock 说:

    In some ways it’s worse than Fred is saying. America is sanctioning the world for trading with people it doesn’t like. That’s a big business risk. Banks and other companies have been hit. In once case have been hit and even software companies.

    The US government recently imposed a penalty of US\$8 million on Germany’s SAP Software Solutions for “illegally” exporting US-origin software, including upgrades and security fixes, to Iranian users.

    https://asiatimes.com/2021/05/us-tech-sanctions-leave-all-iranians-in-the-dark/

    Think about what that means. Having ANY US tech in your supply chain can lead to sanctions.

    You have no meaningful recourse in any court of law.

    Doing business with the US can be very risky and increasingly not worth it. I hear it can be difficult opening a bank account in Europe or Switzerland. They just don’t want to do business with Americans anymore. Not worth the hassle from the IRS. The Us has effectively sanctioned its own citizens.

    And some people will now leave the US to start a company. Going to places like Panama or the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands.

  100. Tom Welsh 说:

    One big problem that Washington has with China is that it can’t be bullied. Not even a little bit. (The Chinese always aim to come out of every transaction with a profit; they are, as the article may have mentioned, a commercial nation).

    The US government has rarely been in such a situation before. American history, by and large, is a long, long catalogue of successful bullying all around the world.

    Exceptions? The USSR, to a certain extent; the USA could not bully it militarily. But it could laugh contemptuously at Soviet consumer goods and clumsy designs. Not with China, which produces the lion’s share of consumer products sold in the USA!

    • 回复: @Spect3r
  101. Tom Welsh 说:
    @Zarathustra

    I think it’s a serious exaggeration to say “they hate diversity”. From what I have been reading about China, they don’t really do hate much. (No profit in it).

    It would be more exact to say that the Chinese are wary of diversity, because they know what harm it can do. If any the slightest doubt, all they have to do is glance momentarily at the USA and Europe.

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
  102. Desert Fox 说:

    Aircraft carriers are part of the welfare system for the MIC, one Russian missile could sink one these dinosaurs, but they costs billions and provide an ongoing welfare check for the MIC , who could care less if one of these dinosaurs got sunk as the MIC would just belly up to the trough and build another one, actually this is why they love wars, they get to build and get rid of this shit and make trillions in the process.

    As General Smedly Butler said, war is a racket.

  103. @anon

    Fred is gonna get to see us overrun Mexico with Africans in the 2030s.

    That is funny, indeed. Believe it or not, Mexicans are not friendly to blacks. Also, the absence of Africans in the Mexican territory, has created a sense of seeing them as aliens. So good luck with that.

    • 回复: @ProudBLM
  104. Whitewolf 说:

    If they stretched that box like ev and lowered it’s roof it would be a half decent car. The overall styling is ok but it’s proportions are horrendous.

  105. Theone 说:
    @Marckus

    Try living in a comunist state with oficials telling you what to think.
    Sounds like the USA

    • 不同意: Marckus
  106. In a world that now exists off past works from white creative, mathematical, engineering and social culture masters of civilization, we have gone full woke in the cycle of life.
    Wokeism is the new religion of Wokekandia. You are who you think you are. Make Believe is the rule of the land. And those that planted the seeds of Wokeland, a One Gender – One World Rainbow Caliphate has arrived. But beware of white Supremacists, the terror of civilization, they must be hunted down and destroyed so Wokekandia may prosper for all eternity.

    • 回复: @TheMoon
  107. Ron Unz 说:
    @Escher

    They also release deadly viruses, with or without malicious intent.

    https://thebulletin.org/2021/05/the-origin-of-covid-did-people-or-nature-open-pandoras-box-at-wuhan/

    I think you really should read the piece I just published discussing Nicholas Wade’s excellent article:

    https://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-the-truth-and-the-whole-truth-on-the-origins-of-covid-19/

    It’s already gotten 80,000 words of comments…

    • 回复: @nickels
    , @Escher
  108. @Publius 2

    You are pathetic. You are putting the whole blame on Afro-Americans, and by alleging that their IQ is 80 and their presence in America or S America was their own fault you are showing your inherent racism. You and your country are weighed down by LARD i.e fat.
    200 million Americans are obese. And I bet your IQ isn’t much over 80.

  109. Anonymous[422]• 免责声明 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Lol if you’re too dumb to understand it then why waste the time to try again.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  110. @anyone with a brain

    我的ML / lolbertian朋友,您可以谈论所有有关君主制的问题。

    基本上,您在中国看到的是民族社会主义的胜利。

    希望他们能将FUKUS /所有员工完全淘汰。
    They deserve nothing less than a long wilderness experience, gazing at their own navels and asking themselves what they could have done different …

  111. Patricus 说:

    很高兴知道中国人即将建立氢基础设施。 关于氢气的来源吗? 今天,最经济的来源是用过热蒸汽处理过的天然气。 可以对煤进行相同的处理。 这些比燃烧天然气或煤炭贵得多。 水的电解非常昂贵。 还有其他来源吗?

    • 回复: @si1ver1ock
  112. The Tribe replaced real engineering with financial engineering replaced the traditional population with the Third World.

  113. 弗雷德是对的。

    美国注定了。

    注定要失败,不是因为其宪法,理想和某些人民的善良。

    美国注定要失败,因为其政治阶层和管理精英们已经变得如此无望地腐败和妄想,以至于其政府中根深蒂固地存在着系统性的腐败和妄想,除非将其清除,否则美国将再也不会崛起,而是像肮脏的浴缸里的水一样塞满油脂而下沉。 ,狗屎和陈旧的历史流失。

    由于无法与世界其他地区公平竞争,美国诉诸作弊,虚假的盗窃指控以及任何可悲的制裁,限制或军事力量,它仍然可以鼓动和恐吓其他国家超越它们。 他妈的可悲。 这个国家能降多少钱?

    这样做,美国已经迷失了方向。 当所有人鄙视美国并鄙视美国时,美国将如何领导?

    俄罗斯,中国,伊朗,亚洲以及除乌克兰以外的几乎每个欧洲国家都对美国一无所知。

    更糟糕的是,看看所有仍然想吮吸特朗普微鸡巴的可怜的白色垃圾桶。

    它们是造成美国衰落的主要原因。

    当特朗普发动一场破坏美国经济,使中国经济更加强大的贸易战时,他们为之欢呼。

    当特朗普说这种病毒(实际上是从德特里克堡逃脱了)时,他们为之欢呼,而他的宠物猪庞培则将其掩盖了。 700,000万美国人丧生。

    当特朗普说他实际上赢得了他在压倒性选举中失败的选举时,他们欢呼雀跃,尽管有70个试图证明不存在作弊行为的法院案件提供了零证据,并被扔掉了。

    当特朗普说,我控制共和党时,他们欢呼雀跃,如果你想保持你的座位,就必须吮吸我的小家伙,跪在我的脚下。

    当特朗普煽动他的IQ70支持者在国会大厦暴动时,他们欢呼雀跃,表现得像一堆疯狂的自慰公驴,在里面涂抹粪便,偷走了佩洛西的笔记本电脑,并追捕罗姆尼(Mitt Romney)和AOC。

    世界其他地方都可以观看的精彩视频。 俄罗斯,中国和伊朗以及欧洲和亚洲的每个人都笑得如此厉害,不可能再笑得更厉害了。

    美国确实注定要失败。

    • 回复: @Savageone
    , @Joe Paluka
  114. @anyone with a brain

    And I’m certain that their universities aren’t weighed down by armies of “equality” parasites and worse than useless social “science” faculties.

  115. Rdm 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    The fact that you’re reading the DOJ subpoena on MIT reachers from RT means how far the US has fallen from fair journalism. I searched similar topics, NYT comes up with vague title. That’s about it.

    MSM使我们所有人陷入困境,而其他人则在语义上争论不休。

  116. Savageone 说:

    I’m certainly glad to see your focus is now on China and away from Mexico. The technology is far more interesting in China. But like the fake news media, you are still stuck on The Donald when Biden and his crew of misfits offer pure gold.

    • 回复: @Ruckus
  117. si1ver1ock 说:
    @Patricus

    对于当前的项目,他们正在从钢铁和其他制造过程中获取氢气作为废品。

    他们还从过剩的风能和太阳能中获得了一些收益,但这只是通向核能力建设的一座桥梁。

  118. Savageone 说:
    @GreatSocialist

    Still stuck in 2020? You and the media can’t seem to let go of the past and focus on the mess Uncle Joe is perpetrating on us.

  119. ruralguy 说:
    @nsa

    Excellent point, nsa. In the 1990s, I developed an electronic product whose assembly was fully automated, but my cost was more than three times what our Chinese competition was producing using manual-assembly methods. The U.S. electronics industry was crushed about then.

  120. Dan Hayes 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Actually by Pope Bergoglio I was referring to the present pontiff, Pope Francis. BTW, I am in complete agreement with your thoughts regarding ” This new so-called Pope”.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  121. Marckus 说:
    @GMC

    I am not going to do that LOL.

    What unit did you serve in ?
    What was your rank ?
    What was the name of your commanding officer and where exactly did you serve ?
    Army or Marines ?

    Were you in the front line or rear area ?
    And also what years did you serve ??

    What operations did you take part in ?

    Hope you reply Sonny ! LMAO

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  122. Marckus 说:
    @Biff

    You Gooks are so easy to trigger. Too sensitive and girly.

    Also, McDonalds is not AmericaTown, it is a stand alone chain LOL.

    And by the way, what is a Slope doing with a name like Biff ?? Dont tell me that like all Dinks you are ashamed of your heritage.

    Go back to Asia Sugar Plum, LMAO.

  123. @Achmed E. Newman

    The US cannot compete with China in manufacturing, so it resorts to a trade war.

    What a stupid comment there! The trade war was something that could have helped Americans bring some manufacturing back, after 25 years of highly unfavorable terms, encouraged by every administration and Congress since at least Bill Clinton’s time. Trump made his usual bumbling wishy-washy effort on this, but I give him credit for trying. Peak Stupidity reminds us that tariffs were a big part of the income of the small Federal Government back in history since the beginning of the Republic.

    Yeah no kidding. Pretty much 每周 rising power has employed mercantilist trade policies on the way up — the US in the late 1800s and China from the 1980s on are prime examples.

    Though his related point is somewhat valid:

    美国制造航空母舰。 中国卖东西。

    But this more due to a general “cycle of empire” phenomenon than to any US- specific cause:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rise_and_Fall_of_the_Great_Powers
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_overstretch

    Though neocon lobbying for wars for Israel is certainly a factor in disproportionate US military expenses as well, of course.

    That, and the whole of F.I.R.E. (Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, and Education) may call themselves industries, but no actual industry goes on.

    Kind of odd that, despite the deindustialization/ financialization of America, you still hear the ancient “military-industrial complex” meme, and never, say, the “finance-media complex.” I mean, who actually believes that US Steel and Army generals are running things in America, as opposed to BlackRock, media, and State Dept./ espionage agencies?

  124. @Mefobills

    To set the record straight, your blockquote there was not of my writing – that was Fred Reed’s writing. I agreed with him on this part, but it’s just that Mr. Reed didn’t feel the need to give any history on how America got to be a “Can’t-do” country and China the opposite.

    Either way, that was a very good comment, Mefobills. On the IP theft, I also have personal experience involving an airbag expert who took everything he learned in Detroit with him back China (whaddya gonna do, really?) See “中国研究生和安全气囊间谍活动”.

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  125. @anyone with a brain

    我倾向于同意你的大部分意见。 但是在您的评论中:

    “Despite being a Marxist Leninist…”

    you have my pitty…

  126. @Dan Hayes

    I understood that about Bergoglio, Mr. Hayes. When you wrote “shades of Pope Paul”, I think I misunderstood that as referring to John Paul II at the end of Soviet Russia. Perhaps you meant earlier – WWII times? I don’t keep up with all the Popes, but, yeah this current pontiff is a piece of work.

    • 谢谢: Dan Hayes
  127. @Anonymous

    Then don’t reply with one long run-on sentence. You’re obviously not a native English-speaker so one wonders what is your native tongue – Mandarin? Ten-cent will have to go down to five-cent when they see shoddy work like this.

  128. @Bill Jones

    但是,中国因无法产生美国所创造的充满活力的多样性而受苦。

    Even Fred managed to notice this — though he kinda glossed over it:

    第二,中国人是商业 *,敏捷,快速投放市场,残酷无情,在整个亚洲因此而闻名。 美国是官僚主义的军队 帝国**, torpid by comparison.

    *汉族 属于中国最大的种族, 围绕90%的人 在中国大陆
    https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/who-are-the-han-chinese-people.html

    **”Empire” — also known as a “vibrantly diverse,” “multicultural” polity. Remember, 多样性是我们最大的优势™.

    That’s why the SPLC’s (((Mark Potok))) tracks the steadily-increasing “strength” of the North American Economic Zone so closely:

    还要注意,弗雷德开始对中国的高速火车不屑一顾,从而开始了这一最新的咆哮。 当然,美国普遍缺乏对大众运输的热情, 绝对没有 to do with the vibrant strength of toxic levels of diversity. Let’s take a quick poll: Who wants a brand new light rail line extending from the nearest “diverse” urban center to your suburb? Raise your hand.

  129. Marckus 说:
    @GMC

    One more question …………are GMC your initials ? If not can you tell me what they are ??

  130. Agent76 说:

    30年2021月XNUMX日,中国的能源行动胜于虚假的气候承诺

    西方国家可能会减轻制裁力度,以换取中国的承诺,但从中国得到的回报就是口头上的回报。

    https://climatechangedispatch.com/chinas-energy-actions-speak-louder-than-its-phony-climate-pledges/

    May 12, 2021 We were wrong! There’s no genocide in China!

    WE WERE WRONG! There’s not genocide in Xinjiang! All the Uyghur Muslims are very happy and often prone to dancing.

    • 巨魔: showmethereal
    • 回复: @showmethereal
  131. Tangentially related fun fact about high speed trains — those weirdly elongated noses, as seen in the first pic, are not dictated by aerodynamics per se. They’re intended to attenuate “tunnel boom”:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunnel_boom

  132. @Realist

    现实主义者,
    没什么好担心的。 中国人由于饮食不佳而需要眼镜,由于他们都拥有鹿齿,他们无法很好地交流,他们的所有武器都是用我们的旧啤酒罐制成的,……等等……那是第二次世界大战中的日本人……对不起。

    • 哈哈: Realist
  133. Trinity 说:

    Off topic but it seems that cyber attack has got everyone in Atlanta looking for gas. “Our” news outlets are blaming this one on some Russkie operation called, “Darkside.” Holy Jeepers Creepers, Batman can we get any lamer? Cue: Theme From Mission Impossible. Oh hell, drop a spinarooni on “Secret Agent Man” by Johnny Rivers as well.

    Not a Bible nut, but what little I read of the OT, I was like, don’t these nutters every get tired of slaughtering each other and sacrificing poor helpless sheep? I mean seriously, of all animals, you gonna do in a cute little defenseless sheep. Keeping with the herd, I could see sacrificing a pesky critter like a bat or a snake, but a sheep? Man, what the ?

    Normal people DO NOT FIND IT THIS HARD TO GET ALONG. Someone posted a quote earlier along the lines that “war is a racket.” YEP, I truly believe that. It always seems to benefit the same people. This really isn’t that hard to figure out. Follow the money, boys and girls.

    • 回复: @showmethereal
  134. Vidi 说:
    @Icy Blast

    实际上,德国人发明了磁悬浮列车,大约XNUMX年前,中国政府向他们支付了巨款,以在上海附近安装一条相对较短的“磁悬浮”铁路。 弗雷德(Fred)处于他平时亲中国政府的妄想之中。 中国当局的行为确实比美国政府更为明智,但这并没有设定很高的标准。

    Yes, Shanghai installed a German maglev to the airport. Did you notice that Fred mentioned the use of high-temperature superconductors in the new indigenous maglev? That’s indeed important: it costs “a fiftieth of the price of using helium” — repeat, 1/50 the cost of He2 — and may finally make maglev practical on a continental scale. That would indeed be a world first.

    Personally, I don’t see the point of maglev, as the air resistance limits it to little faster than existing 350 km/hr high speed rail. But I do see the point of trying it out, as China is doing. Perhaps there are plans to put the maglev trains inside vacuum tubes, I don’t know.

    • 同意: showmethereal
  135. HeebHunter 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Judging by the comment sections lately, the pissing and moaning won’t stop.

    Amerimutts will just keep crying. I wonder what they will say when the Chinese start mining the Moon.

    “Da chinks stole space mining technology from Huwhitekanda!”

    1945 payback for all allies subhumans.

    • 回复: @Realist
  136. HeebHunter 说:
    @Marckus

    Only a subhuman would be proud of being a kike golem.

    “Look at me! I fought for kikes so niggers can impregnate my wife at home!”

    笑。

    • 同意: acementhead
    • 回复: @Marckus
  137. Spect3r 说:
    @Quartermaster

    “American Town” is the Military Bases you have around the World. 😀

  138. Spect3r 说:
    @Tom Welsh

    “Soviet consumer goods and clumsy designs”
    That still WORK TODAY.
    I worked with a guy from Lithuania… his father bought a fridge before marrying over 55 years ago… that same fridge still works today.

    So yes, they might look clumsy, but they worked.
    Our brave west has nice looking things that break down if you look at them sideways.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  139. anon[335]• 免责声明 说:

    May have missed: Do Chinese businessmen with gov’t support
    create dangerous foods, worthless, questionable near-foods,
    disease-causing foods, life-shortening foods, sh*t for food?

  140. @Achmed E. Newman

    From Non other thAn the Sore Loser of USA

  141. Joe Stalin 说:
    @anyone with a brain

    这让我想起了1990年代的旧报纸文章:

    [更多]

    Top executives at two of China’s state-owned munitions companies played major roles in an alleged conspiracy to smuggle 2,000 fully automatic assault rifles into the United States with the understanding the guns would be sold to street gangs, according to federal officials who made public a wide-ranging indictment yesterday.

    迄今为止,作为一次武器贩运调查的一部分,已经逮捕了七名来自不同国籍的加利福尼亚州居民,并已签发对包括七个中国人在内的其他七人的逮捕令,这在中美之间已经动荡的关系中产生了新问题。

    联邦官员昨日拒绝直接指责中国政府,同时表示密谋的根源仍在调查中,但一些国会批评美国与中国的贸易往来的人士要求制裁。

    涉嫌走私的中国武装人员
    皮埃尔·托马斯(Pierre Thomas); 威廉·克莱伯恩(William Claiborne)
    May 24, 1996

    Top executives at two of China’s state-owned munitions companies played major roles in an alleged conspiracy to smuggle 2,000 fully automatic assault rifles into the United States with the understanding the guns would be sold to street gangs, according to federal officials who made public a wide-ranging indictment yesterday.

    迄今为止,作为一次武器贩运调查的一部分,已经逮捕了七名来自不同国籍的加利福尼亚州居民,并已签发对包括七个中国人在内的其他七人的逮捕令,这在中美之间已经动荡的关系中产生了新问题。

    联邦官员昨日拒绝直接指责中国政府,同时表示密谋的根源仍在调查中,但一些国会批评美国与中国的贸易往来的人士要求制裁。

    被捕者中有理查德·陈(Richard Chen),被联邦官员描述为中国北方工业集团(又称北方工业集团)的美国代表。

    寻找的人包括北方工业公司和Polytechnologies Inc.的其他高级官员。这两家都是国有企业,以与北京高级政府官员的密切联系而闻名。

    “We took down Chinese businessmen who didn’t care who bought their guns, where they went, or how they were used,” said Rollin Klink, special agent in charge of the U.S. Customs Service office in San Francisco. “They thought the weapons were destined for street gangs.” The Chinese executives were told the weapons were destined for U.S. street gangs by U.S. undercover agents who purchased the guns in a sting operation, federal officals said.

    The Chinese business leaders “had no regard for our community,” said George Rodriguez, deputy associate director at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1996/05/24/chinese-arms-executives-indicted-in-smuggling/30a2a5a6-34d2-44b7-a3f6-60cdf6ea2245/

    Ah, the good old days before GHWB “NRA MEMBER” gave us the so-called “assault rifle” ban which Trump failed to lift in his four years in office.

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  142. Mefobills 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The theft of IP is the theft of Patrimony. The loss of patrimony forecloses the future.

    It is a generational theft to send jobs and know-how overseas to get wage arbitrage. Wage arbitrage gains are made today at the loss of a future.

    I’ve always called it the wall street China gambit. Two are doing the Tango, but ultimately China has the better system.

    The Chinese theft of airbag secrets is a theft from the inventor who wanted his progeny to inherit his gift, his Patrimony.

    We have a traitorous finance class that is working hand in glove with China to self aggrandize. Many politicians are getting rich off of the wall street China gambit.

    Before that the gambit was wall street off shoring to Japan. Motorola won its lawsuit over Sony, but too bad so sad. American labor and industry is short circuited.

  143. Trinity 说:

    Well, IF China is the boogeyman that I am supposed to hate and fear, shouldn’t I start by boycotting Walmart and Amazon?

    The Russkies? Any suggestions folks? How can I piss off those damn Russkies?

  144. Realist 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Oh, the people will always have SOME religion, Realist. In China’s case, for about 40 years, that religion was Communism.

    You are using the broad definition of religion…I was using the god-based definition as in 对超人控制力,尤其是个人神或众神的信仰和崇拜。

    但是你知道的。

    I think it will be Big Brother as depicted by George Orwell.

    If you are referring to the United States…I agree.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  145. HeebHunter 说:
    @Joe Stalin

    Trump failed to lift in his four years in office

    Lol, (((failed))).

    The filthy orange kike golem actually put in FURTHER gun restrictions. I think this piece of kosher dung did more harm to gun rights than obama did, and that is quite fucking something to think about.

    The Chinese will sell guns to any country willing to buy and not a part of (((Five Eyes))) and homosexual (((West))).

    With how the Chinese already surpassed muttmerica in body armor techs, I am expecting them (and the russians, of course) to start making better infantry gears.

    Funny how the Slavs and Chinese are doing more to arm the world than the so called gun loving amerimutts.
    Just like Germany back then. Lol

  146. Realist 说:
    @Gordon K. Shumway

    And they don’t spend huge amounts of energy promoting false narratives, e.g. global warming, transgenderism, and systemic racism.

    Excellent points. You might add no need to rebuilding cities destroyed by a low IQ race.

    • 同意: Corrupt
    • 回复: @TheMoon
  147. Realist 说:
    @Zarathustra

    American education?
    English language, English literature, Arts, Law school. (Job in Government.)

    Exactly and degrees in subjects that end in the word 研究.

    Many decades ago American education actually had some merit.

  148. TheMoon 说:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    Where is Wokekandia in relation to Wakanda? Also, I would think a Rainbow Caliphate contains the seeds of its own destruction.

    Geez, following politics and current events requires a detailed geographical knowledge of high fantasy realms. Where da WhytePippleVille at?

    I did had plans for the Grand Duchy Of FuckYou, with me as High Queen, located far off the grid.

    Very, very far off, but Elon Musk won’t answer my messages, and Patreon cancelled my \$800 billion funding efforts.

    • 哈哈: CelestiaQuesta
  149. TheMoon 说:
    @Realist

    Pfft. Re-enslave them and make them rebuild. Do I have to think of everything?

  150. last straw 说:
    @aspnaz

    Ha ha, what a naive point of view. Germany is the most profitable manufacturing country in the world by a long, long way.

    Probably no longer the case anymore:

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-once-germanys-partner-in-growth-turns-into-a-rival-11600338663

  151. Until people take an active stance against the government, the police, the judiciary, the msm, the entertainment industry AND boycotting goods made in China, nothing’s going to change.

    So let’s see, the headline is ‘America makes aircraft carriers, China makes money.’ Yes, but I remember, when I travelled in the US, thirty years ago, everything was made, predominantly in the US. Now it’s all made in China. Whose fault is that? If Americans had the common sense to realize that buying goods from China means you’re helping an American lose their job, then China wouldn’t be making money and America’s manufacturing industry would be a self sustainable one.

    Bottom line is protectionism. American jobs for Americans. No importing and no exporting of goods. All goods made in the US. All foods made in the US. All jobs for US citizens and this should play out all over the world. It would screw the jew’s game forthwith.

  152. Trinity 说:

    I have been wondering why I cannot find a good steak anywhere. Folks, we have some real evil afoot here, this shit is Satanic and vile. Watching Tucker, yeah, I still listen to the guy, I guess he does what he can and he made some excellent points how all this is connected. Corn, gas, beef, lumber, etc. Is it the Russkies or the Chinaman? lololol.

    • 回复: @Marckus
  153. AKINDLE 说:

    美国已经将“万亿富翁”用于福利犯罪黑人,而不是基础设施。 现在,她的大多数城市都是危险的非洲污水池。 需要我多说?

    • 回复: @CCZ
  154. obwandiyag 说:

    So 5G is all wonderful and great and all.

    Such bullshit obviates the whole dam article.

  155. AKINDLE 说:
    @KenR

    美国变黑了,再也没有变回去。 不要指望任何新技术会在不久的将来来自说唱音乐和贫民窟文化的主要出口国。

  156. Corrupt 说:

    Senility has not treated Fred well.

  157. obwandiyag 说:
    @Ray Caruso

    That’s good to know, since 5G is going to kill us. If it’s shitty, it’ll take longer. And if it’s good in China, it’ll get them first.

  158. Marckus 说:
    @Trinity

    Every time President She picks up that earth shattering invention, the chop stick, and dips into his gourd of sticky fried rice, my knees start to shake. As for Vlad the man has supernatural powers. He just has to scratch a nut and elections get rigged, pipelines get shut down and Stormy is exposed for giving Donald head.

    There is dastardly evil afoot and to add to our misery and sense of despair are the naysayers, China lovers, Asian ball nappers, defeatists here on UR supplemented by Fig Leaf Freddie and the CCP trolls (minus Chinaman LOL) hiding behind good old American names like BIFF and Dan D hiding out in some dismal hamlet in Laos. Added to this bizarre list of Jesters is good old Godfree, toeing the line in China with some CCP stooge looking over his shoulders and telling him what to write.

    I think I will start to become concerned when the Chinese discover the good old spoon, knife and fork. On another note the East Indians are smearing cow dung and urine all over their bodies to ward off Covid. Maybe they plan on invading China. I think I shall go into business. A good load of Marckus’ dump will ward off even the black plague or their money back.

    These 2 nations are the clowns who are going to initiate a new renaissance and lead us down the path to a shining new civilization.

    Its a comedy show with these Asians and their misguided supporters but it looks like the thoughtful readers here on UNZ have decided to take a long nap and forego the giggles. The whole Chinese superiority thing is such a dreadful bore !

  159. CCZ 说:
    @AKINDLE

    “America has spent Trillions on welfare criminal blacks, not on infrastructure.”

    您的意思是像密西西比河上的州际公路桥梁之类的基础设施吗????

    “I-40 bridge in Memphis could be closed for months, TDOT says. Bridge closed for traffic after inspection finds [ BIG ] crack.”

    https://wreg.com/news/tdot-to-hold-news-conference-on-i-40-bridge-closure/

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
    , @Joe Paluka
  160. Marckus 说:
    @HeebHunter

    Dont be so hard on GMC ! He got bayonet stroked to his sack that is why he is so high strung and came home to discover his old lady was getting the Kike sausage LOL

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
  161. Realist 说:
    @RoatanBill

    Face facts. China is rising and the US is falling. The time for pissing and moaning is past and the US comes up lacking in any policy to stop its inevitable slide. The current direction clearly indicates that the oligarchs are strip mining the US for anything and everything they can get before the economy craters. With the debt burden the US has there’s no way out.

    Totally agree. I have used the term 撒尿和an吟 many times on this blog…many here live by it. The time for useful action may well be past. It’s for damn sure the solution will not include the electoral process. We now live in a plutocratic oligarchy.

    • 同意: RoatanBill
  162. @Spect3r

    Our brave west has nice looking things that break down if you look at them sideways.

    I like the way you put this, but keep in mind that almost NONE of it is Western made, Spectr. You just don’t have a choice on that anymore for most consumer goods. 1980s and earlier American made stuff was damn solid, but not just that – it could be fixed easily enough.

    Nothing much is made to be repaired anymore. Due to that aspect of life, Americans have lost their collective ability to do that kind of work. OTOH, years ago I ran into a Chinese PhD who was trying to use a crescent wrench to unscrew a 3/4 in ROUND part off a machine, so ….

    PS: I guess one could say it’s the American consumers of the 1990s that got us into this situation (I plead guilty to some degree), as back when we had a choice, Americans went for the cheap stuff. OTOH, my contention from experience (especially re clothing) is that the Chinese goods were better back in the late 1990s and 00’s than they are now. YMMV.

    • 回复: @Spect3r
  163. Realist 说:
    @HeebHunter

    Judging by the comment sections lately, the pissing and moaning won’t stop.

    I have noted, and stated, that many times in the past. It is easier than doing something to correct the problem…hence its popularity.

  164. Trinity 说:
    @Marckus

    Just came from picking up an order at my favorite restaurant and had a hard time finding gas. I’m in in JawJuh and it is hard finding a pump. IF people CANNOT FIGURE this shit out on their own, than what can you say. Take care, brother, I’m going to eat friggin’ chicken AGAIN. Talk withca later. I need a friggin’ steak. haha.

  165. @Realist

    Yes, Communism demands that one drop all belief in God, as any belief in God and the nuclear family as sovereign takes away power from The State, but you knew that. China will have Big Brother posters on their app (hell, they already have a Xi app, the most downloaded app EVAH!) well before America gets to that state. But, you didn’t know that, because you don’t want to know.

    • 回复: @Realist
    , @Rahan
  166. @Marckus

    Don’t forget “D.B. Cooper”, Mr. Marckus. He seems to have quit commenting too. I asked him about 5 times “what’d you do with the 200 grand?” on the threads, but he never understood what I was getting at (testing his handle) – kinda like “who won the World Series in 1935?” back in the old WWII movies.

  167. DanFromCT 说:
    @RoatanBill

    工业转移的资金来源是华尔街,而不是贫穷的北京。 事实上,如果在这里工作的中国公民没有被盗,也没有出售美国犹太人偷窃并通过以色列犯罪国卖给中国的IP,中国仍将在黑暗时代开展业务。

    不要将其与DC的无能混为一谈,特别是因为我们倒台的一个好原因是华尔街将我们最好的制造工厂和IP转移到中国和以色列,以掩埋美国,并以基于以色列-中国的NWO取代技术官僚至上。 美国的参与公司也有罪,那些负责任的公司应该吊死。

    对于美国的露天采矿业,这就是为什么斯潘格勒在一个世纪前指出,他们将凭空赚钱来为其融资,就像现在通过美联储不受惩罚的做法一样。 我们也不要忘记,这不仅是华尔街和DC兑现的大风头,因为他们的EPA甚至起诉高利贷者以使所选择的人受益,而在美国财政部,其OFAS就像犹太保护球拍一样,破坏了任何暗示。争夺犹太人控制钻石贸易的机会(针对初学者)。

  168. @Tom Welsh

    I was thinking more about their treatment of Uighurs. They want Uighurs to think like Chinese speak as Chinese do as Chinese and behave as Chinese. Generally to have Chinese philosophy of life.
    (US is all alarmed about human rights.)
    ..............................................................................
    US should learn from Chines, not criticize them.
    US should put emigrants into concentration camps for at least one year to teach fresh Emigrants American ways, and customs and little bit of Laws.
    ……………………………………………………..
    Obviously Chines have the money for education of Uighurs, while US have no the money to educate new emigrants.

  169. @CCZ

    Ttis kind of breaks happen in low quality of steel. (many impurities an high carbon.)
    (no distortion of rolled shape)

    • 回复: @Stardust
  170. bayviking 说:

    GATT which became WTO is part of a system of government which does not respond to the needs of working people and is creating millions of permanently unemployed or underemployed people in the Western Hemisphere, especially North Western. 5 million in France and 22 million in the USA. Free Trade benefits an elite Oligarchy in direct violation of our constitutional mandate “to promote the general welfare”. It also increases trade deficits in the West. Free Trade also does severe damage to less developed nations when low labor Corporate farming displaces labor intensive food independence in these poorer countries, resulting in the slums of Brazil and other countries around the world.

  171. @TG

    I see no one paid attention to this comment!
    the comment seems repetitive nonsense to me, repetition…repetitious!

    I have herd this argument many times before and it never turns out right
    there is always population increase but all humans die. then again all humans make choices about the number of children they want and its usually fewer that the families out of which they come. or in fact none at all.

    if human society had built up taken care of all alive we would have had longevity currently a what 100+ years? people would not be having children…or many children at all. I would wager at such a point we would have warnings about population opposite to overpopulation

    [更多]

    there is no overpopulation problem at all at this point. and should humanity manage to end capitalism and develop societies organized by the people for the people we wont have any population problem at all.

    if we do not succeed we will solve the supposed population problem by nuclear war or Brave New World…both of which are bound to lead to human extinction.

    Overpopulation is a contrived capitalist issue. population threatens capitalist elites who cannot meet the needs of an established population in decrease, far less one in normal expansion in an age of technological increase. all the talk about overpopulation for the longest while, generations now has been stimulated by capitalist fear of the arrived of this very day we have all achieved, on which human advance can no longer be carried in any way shape or form by capitalism

    the very technology that makes capitalism redundant as a form of occupation for the people, contains great, exponential human advance in the hands of the people themselves organizing the social life based on their collective interest, opposed to the small minority capitalist interest that is now obsolete and totally inconsistent with human interest and survival on planet earth.

    this is why capitalism means war, genocides everywhere, massive human death, pandemics and racism…: Indeed all the ills society is now engulfed by. overpopulation is a capitalist non-issue that, a fear driven issue imposed on the people. but given the way humans are, and given proper positive human social develop human overpopulation will never become a reality on planet earth

  172. Rurik 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The US cannot compete with China in manufacturing, so it resorts to a trade war.

    What a stupid comment there! The trade war was something that could have helped Americans bring some manufacturing back, after 25 years of highly unfavorable terms, … … Trump made his usual bumbling wishy-washy effort on this, but I give him credit for trying.

    yep, the idea that China (or Mexico) are so much smarter and better than America is why manufacturing is moving there, is rank idiocy most foul.

    Manufacturing is moving off-shore because Chinese (and Mexican) labor is dirt cheap, and because there’s no regulation to speak of.

    Tariffs were the solution to that.

    Fredo’s implication is that Trump mindlessly blundered into a trade war because he (and America) were too stupid to compete with China on a level playing field.

    When the opposite is the truth. The playing field is tilted towards China (and Mexico), because the American standard of living was/is so much better. (something to be proud of, and attempt to preserve).

    I’m not any happier about CCP snooping than I am with that of the NSA.

    But if you read Fredo:

    Trump could have bought 5G from Huawei, gotten a sweetheart deal, great prices, factories in America, and so on. Instead he banned Huawei from the US and then twisted arms of the vassal states of Europe.

    you’d thing the 最后 thing Huawei would 曾经! do is vacuum up every nanobyte of American’s data like “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like” information/money/power.

    That’s ((Big Tech))’s job, and Donald Trump 知道 它!

    >> <

    For what it's worth, I do hope China comes up with some kind of cyber currency that will kill the ((dollar)) once and for all.

    Whatever sort of thing "America" has become, the sooner it's dead, the better.

    And I say that for the benefit of decent Americans, as much as for the rest of the world.

    God speed to the Chinese and everyone else, in creating a prosperous, hopeful world for their citizens and neighbors.

    Perhaps technology and AI and the rest, will advance the human condition.

    But not as long as the Fed ((ZUS/ZUK)) is allowed to menace the planet with its 'woke', Bolshevik, anti-human agenda.

    Better to see the Chinese ascendant than for humanity to languish under the unrelentingly cruel gaze from the 'Gaza sofa'

  173. 两位心怀敬畏的作家将在美国主题逝世后挨饿:

    弗雷德光荣盗贼= 里德

    永不说声谢谢

  174. Sean 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    You are missing the point, at the Attkisson link you can see the research in Wuhan was funded by U.S tax dollars. There are many other examples of US institutions and corporations investing in joint ventures that help China develop various advanced productive capacities in China, and totally under CCP control. This bootlicking by the greedy elite is what Reed calls an American ‘trade war’ against China.

  175. @RoatanBill

    所有这些评论都无视中国持续的盗窃和侵犯美国专利的情况,如果没有庞大的中国国会游说团的影响,这是不会发生的。 当您在没有强制执行的某些条件下让马出谷仓时,您无权说美国被延后了,因此应该输掉。 噢,但请相信小莉尔·希尔·比尔(Lil'Shill Bill)的鬣狗思想过程:“等到日落之后,搜寻死者的口袋”。

    Lil'Bill和Fred Reed应该写一个故事,“他们这样做是你的错。”
    这只是开玩笑,只能用外派小丑的直面说出来。

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  176. @Marckus

    多么不诚实地冒犯您,冒犯了弗雷德·里德(Fred Reed)和他的顺势同胞追随者的集体胆小怯ward。

    您可能需要接种疫苗,但不会接受。

    • 回复: @Marckus
  177. 弗雷德:
    what job opportunities are avail to the higher IQ US citizen in China? from 20’s through middle age.

    I know so many Westerners have been “educated” into uselessness, but do the Han appreciate us or need us for anything?

  178. macilrae 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    “The trade war was something that could have helped Americans bring some manufacturing back”

    But then ask “why did it go to China in the first place?”

    Most of the reasons have to do with the generalized social decline that inevitably follows an economic boom. I assume also that the perverse foreign and social policies of the once-affluent Western governments, supported by their propaganda organs (to wit MSM), are just another aspect of this

    The ferocious energy that we used to see in Japan has also declined and has been taken up now in China and Korea – however, history shows this won’t last.

  179. Regarding the 5G War Trump could have bought 5G from Huawei, gotten a sweetheart deal, great prices, factories in America, and so on. Instead he banned Huawei from the US and then twisted arms of the vassal states of Europe.

    Trump did the right thing, on one level. Huawei is clearly in the business of stealing user data and sending it to the CCP. Even the Trump-hating BBC agrees that Huawei offers no user privacy protections. If the U.S. is in NATO and Five Eyes and our “allies” are national security sieves, that’s kind of a bad thing.

    What would have been the genius move, the 4-D chess move, would have been to block Huawei from the U.S. but stay silent on Huawei moving into Europe. Then, once Huawei’s new 5G is up and running from Oslo to Madrid, announce that the U.S. is exiting NATO immediately because our allies are now national security risks owned by the CCP. Checkmate motherfuckers.

  180. @anyone with a brain

    我讨厌这样说,但是美国的犹太控制者并不看重戈德族的专业知识和诚实。 (Talmudic)不公正局也许是这种恶意影响的典型例子。 作为一个与他人合作的才华横溢的犹太人,犹太人可以丰富美国社会,但这不是犹太精英的榜样。

  181. Stardust 说:
    @Zarathustra

    If you look closely at your picture that is a “fatigue” break probably caused by what is known as “creep”. America has not riveted steel together for at least two generations, everything is welded. This would make the steel in question totally American. No one uses High Carbon Steel or Alloy steel in large structures as it must be heat treated so the steel in question is most likely 1020 or mild steel. Even submarine hulls are mild steel or today HY80 again because of the heat treatment problems.

    Today Chinese steel and castings are amongst the worlds best as America does not have the molders or skilled tradesmen necessary to produce such any longer. Look around you, even lowly cast iron sewer covers are made in India or elsewhere.

    It is easy to point fingers but a little knowledge of the subject matter would shield against embarrassment.

    • 谢谢: showmethereal
    • 回复: @Zarathustra
  182. Rurik 说:
    @Marckus

    I am not in the least concerned about China.
    ...

    These are the people who are going to dominate us one day !!??

    for a nation and a people who’re metaphorically (and willingly- through a combination of venality and cowardice) wearing this mask and assuming this posture to their ((master)),

    the question isn’t whether or not to be dominated, but simply by whom

    • 哈哈: Marckus
    • 回复: @Marckus
    , @Marckus
  183. Marckus 说:
    @The Soft Parade

    I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry.

    如果您愿意,我将飞往阿吉吉克,并与豆角一起吃墨西哥卷饼。 甚至还可以给他买些酸甜的酸梅汤和馄饨汤,以示对我的喜爱。

    我保证不向他指出,如果中国比美国优越,那么墨西哥相对于中国在哪里呢?为什么他住在那里?

    我也不会生气,问他海洋誓言是否没有任何意义。 那太无礼了,山姆大叔资助他的生活方式也是一个事实? 绝对是一个没有主题。

    好吧,每个人都有权违背自己的诺言,并咬住养活他们的手。 感谢忘记!

  184. Marckus 说:
    @Rurik

    Woof woof woooooooff !! Bow wow wow ??

    Note to myself : Call the Rabbi tomorrow and make an appointment to convert LOL

    • 回复: @Rurik
  185. Ruckus 说:
    @Savageone

    Perhaps ol’ Fred’s in on the take.

  186. Realist 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Yes, Communism demands that one drop all belief in God, as any belief in God and the nuclear family as sovereign takes away power from The State, but you knew that.

    I don’t believe in god, and I am not a communist…and I believe in the nuclear family. On the other hand, I am not an unapologetic Capitalist. I believe in significant and unwavering controls on Capitalism…controls we do not currently have.

    China will have Big Brother posters on their app (hell, they already have a Xi app, the most downloaded app EVAH!) well before America gets to that state. But, you didn’t know that, because you don’t want to know.

    America is already at that state. The difference between China and the U. S. is China is a meritocracy and we live in a plutocratic oligarchy. You didn’t know that because you are steeped in religious and democratic dogma.

  187. Marckus 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    So many bridges have collapsed in China its hard to keep count. In addition the steel they use in construction varies depending on whether supplied to the State, a City or a Municipality with the last being of exceptionally poor quality. You see, a lot of people do not know this. Tiles come loose, elevators get stuck, stairs crumble and fall, electrical wiring faulty, inner walls crack and plumbing like they got in Harlem.
    What they consider prime construction would never pass US contractors, architects or code here.

    Its only a matter of time before their bullet train runs off the track OR the track runs off the train.

    The same applies to Chinese construction throughout the world, forever high priced and very poor. Everything looks good until one hour after all their imported dinks leave for Fong Dong land. I have heard that they also include a clause in their loan and construction contracts that prohibit renegotiation or refinancing.

    In any case the word is these bridges are built substandard so they collapse and the Chinks can show off their Kung Fu skills. Those who can’t ? Well China has a population problem so a few Gooks crashing hundreds of feet is no big deal. Less mouths to feed. Besides for all the hype She has only pulled 1/4 of the population out of poverty whatever “pull” means so he has a long fucking way to go.

    A smaller population means he can achieve his goal in another 4000 years.

    • 同意: GeneralRipper
    • 巨魔: showmethereal
    • 回复: @Jeff
  188. @Stardust

    You could be right. Could be creep but I do not see narrowing of the thickness. I am seeing actually a gap. Steel tubing is made from very soft steel but carbon may vary locally. Tubing is generally not used for bridge construction. particularly should not be used for tension member.
    Must be a very old bridge. Only rolled G40 steel should be used.
    Even the riveted joint with numbered rivets looks strange to me.
    I disagree with you that Chinese are making Good steel. Americans are still making far better steel.

  189. Rurik 说:
    @Marckus

    Bow wow wow ??

    Trump knocks Biden for ‘weakness and lack of support for Israel’ as violence intensifies

    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/552934-trump-knocks-biden-for-weakness-and-lack-of-support-for-israel-as

    “My expectation and hope is this will be closing down sooner than later, but Israel has a right to defend itself,” Biden told reporters at the White House.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/biden-spoke-to-netanyahu-believes-conflict-will-conclude-soon/ar-BB1gFr1y?ocid=ientp

    you want to see the ‘Americans’ with the stones and guts to stand up to Israel?

    Do you know what the posture is of the rest of the American congress-whores are?

    Submission to the domination of America by an enemy state.

    It doesn’t get any more ignominious than that.

    who is your congress-whore?

    And guess what? If the narrative demanded by America’s master, were that China ‘must defend itself from aggressions from Taiwan or Hong Kong, then that congress-whore of yours would be shilling the same treasonous palaver as they are towards Israel. Because our leaders are rotten to the core, and utterly corrupt. Duh!

    And if they lack principles, (and boy oh boy do they ever!), then it matters not which nation they betray America to, Israel or China, so long as those shekels flow in the slop trough.

    • 回复: @Marckus
  190. @Mefobills

    DanFromCT brings precious eye witness insight on this topic from his career in Wall Street finance

    https://www.unz.com/freed/a-dolorous-imbalance/#comment-4651884

    akin to your unsurpassed insights from your work in technology development.

  191. @ Fred Reed,

    I remember visiting an exhibition of Chinese made goods over ~5,000 years ago.

    I remember visiting another exhibition showcasing the Ming dynasty’s goodies.

    But I have to ask you, “What did China invent these days, that wasn’t [basically] around in the west?’

    I do appreciate China’s earlier inventions [likewise as those of what’s now known as Iran], but when I take ‘your’ idea and improve on it, does it really make it mine…?

    Honestly want to know.

    • 回复: @Rdm
  192. @DanFromCT

    您的经验,才智和坚韧不拔,使Mefobills在启发和领导抵抗高利贷的恶性犹太人暴政方面,有潜力做出无与伦比的贡献。

    https://www.unz.com/freed/a-dolorous-imbalance/#comment-4651662

    他的工作背景是技术管理,而他是一位自学成才的金融历史学家,对犹太金融空壳游戏具有无与伦比的见解。

  193. The place is becoming an Orwellian nightmare, albeit with lots of beautiful shiny transportation toys.

    Fred’s good at gawking at shiny trains and making grand judgments about Chinese infrastructure based on these transportation baubles. He’s done this repeatedly in his me love China installments.

    What he never mentions is that a country’s infrastructure is everything–roads, bridges, buildings. China’s tofu buildings are an international joke. I like this one in particular.

    Yep, a gust of wind blew that window right out of its casings and the woman inside traveled with the window 11 floors down to the ground. China’s official reaction?

    “The wind is really stronger than in previous years which may have inflicted ‘damage’ to the homes. The fatal fall was the result of the resident not being careful when closing a window.”

    “Stronger than in previous years…” must be 气候变化 and not shitty construction.

    There’s also evidence that China’s terrible plumbing may have contributed to the spread of Covid in Wuhan.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/09/can-you-catch-covid-19-your-neighbor-s-toilet

  194. Joe Paluka 说:
    @Ignatius

    “(one “tool” Chinese dont make well is mouse traps those splendid Victor mt’s still mfg in PA)”

    Chinese don’t make mouse traps like they do in America because you need to fatten up the mice before you kill them not like in America.

  195. @Quartermaster

    We must learn from those slitty-eyed espions and find out how their techniques get results like these:

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  196. Mevashir 说:

    It is so obvious that China is a superior society to America. First of all they have a fifth of the world’s population so they deserve to be a leader. Second of all they have the highest ethnic IQ in the world. Now consider their food. Does anybody actually prefer McDonald’s garbage to Chinese food?

    How many obese Chinese have you ever met compared to the 40% obesity rate in America? How many Chinese have diabetes? How many Chinese are addicted to opioids because they can’t stand being low class redneck ignorant losers?

    American culture is all about distracting people with vicarious thrills of
    vacuous Hollywood entertainment professional sports and lotteries/gambling casinos. The whole American dream has devolved to a one-in-a-million chance to strike it rich while everybody else flounders in misery.

    I root for the Chinese the same way so many of the UNZ readers root for the Palestinians against the Israelis. The Americans are low class violent bullies who can’t compete on a level playing Field so they tilt things to their advantage. Well that tilted field is going to slant back to the Asian advantage.

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
  197. Joe Paluka 说:
    @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    “Meanwhile in India, Modi worshippers (Bhakts) are literally slathering themselves with cow dung as “protection” against COVID.”

    At least with cow dung you know what you’re getting unlike the magical corona vaccines which cause miscarriages, sterility, blood clots and who knows what else.

    • 回复: @Trinity
  198. Joe Paluka 说:
    @GomezAdddams

    I can see the day when Chinese televangelists are broadcast all over the United States preaching in broken English and asking for “donations” for them sending you Miraca Hearing Oil. That would truly be showing how superior our system is to theirs and how the American way has truly triumphed all over the world.

  199. Agent76 说:

    19年2011月XNUMX日,艾森豪威尔的“军工联合体”演讲的来历及意义美国国家档案馆

    德怀特·D·艾森豪威尔总统的告别演说以警告“军工联合体”日益增长的力量而闻名,该演说已经酝酿了近两年。 这段“金库内”视频短片跟随新发现的论文,揭示艾森豪威尔深入参与了演讲的制作,该演讲将成为美国历史上最著名的演讲之一。

  200. @Biff

    Tool refinement is what separates man from —— Leftists设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    One of my friends bought a Makita drill on the cheap in Thailand.

    On closer inspection, the label spelled out ‘Mahita‘ and worked accordingly [once].

    Made in China!!!

    • 回复: @Biff
  201. MarkinLA 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    No some Chinese person just steals the IP and takes it back to China with him to start a company backed by the government. But the Chinese “government” didn’t do it.

    https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/almID/1202492114422/?slreturn=20210412211107

  202. MarkinLA 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    他们也不需要。 他们在数学,工程学和计算机科学领域已经遥遥领先于我们。

    And you know this how? How does one quantify if one country is “ahead” of another in math? From what I have read their semiconductor program is failing so how does one “lead” in computer science?

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  203. Petermx 说:

    “The above beast, developed entirely in China, is the first to use high-temperature superconducting magnets to keep the train floating just above the rails.” I don’t want to diminish the great achievements China is making but that statement is not true. Germany developed maglev technology many decades ago and China hired Germany’s Siemens to bring the technology to China. According to one article, at some point the Chinese had learned enough and informed the Germans the Chinese no longer needed them, they could build it on their own. It’s somewhat similar to how the US got rocket and missile technology.

    https://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/product-piracy-goes-high-tech-nabbing-know-how-in-china-a-402464.html

  204. MarkinLA 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    The problem is that one good paper is worth 1000 mediocre ones. It is also true that the real genius in academic circles is turning research with one paper’s worth of material into 10 papers.

    • 回复: @anon
  205. JM 说:
    @John D.

    “They lived in a country with low wages and a low cost of living and when American Multi-Nationals discovered they could get their manufacturing done cheaply by the ‘chinks’ instead of the costly overweight, entitled American worker back home, they simply moved operations to China, paying peanuts to the locals and increasing investor profits 100-fold as a result.”

    “You see, the American Multi-National has no patriotism, no loyalty to the American people and no scruples when it comes to destroying the US manufacturing base. It is in business to make money or, ‘It’s all about the profit stupid!” ”

    In these two conflicting sentences ((an) “…American Multi-National has no patriotism, no loyalty to the American people” …”afflicted with “…costly overweight, entitled American worker(s)”) we have the ideology of a very large proportion of the USA Right: a hatred of the post war gains of the American working people, a worship of Capitalism and its logical – Transnational – development, mixed in with a residual, nostalgic patriotism arising from “better times”.

    这样的意识形态本质上无法解决美国的任何问题,因为它蔑视真正的美国国籍的要求,其中包含了所有阶级的利益。

    同时,中国目前的运作方式与德国国家社会主义非常相似(忠诚的精英,种族同质,国家控制但扶植了资本主义),但在技术控制上要先进得多,在社会控制方面则是无情的,雄心勃勃,胜过一切。每个领域,世界各地都在加速发展。

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
    , @John D.
  206. Joe Paluka 说:
    @GreatSocialist

    ” but spiral downwards like dirty bathtub water choked with grease, shit and stale cum into the drain of history.”

    That’s the best line to describe the current USA I’ve heard in a long time.

  207. @MarkinLA

    China is close to its target of 70% semiconductor self-sufficiency. China is ahead of the world in some integrated circuit applications, such as chips for advanced video transcoding and crypto-mining; and in some broader categories, including some types of memory technology, it is levelling with the global giants. SMIC is producing 14-nm. chips and ramping production of 28-nm. chips, the most advanced chips used worldwide.  SMIC’s new FinFET process provides 57% lower power consumption and 55% smaller chips than those built on the standard 28-nm. process.   https://www.analysysmason.com/research/content/comments/china-semiconductors-chips-rdns0/

    How does one quantify if one country is “ahead” of another in math? By citations of peer-reviewed articles and by visual evidence like this:

    • 回复: @Mevashir
    , @Sean
    , @MarkinLA
    , @Marckus
  208. Biff 说:
    @Daniel Rich

    你好丹尼尔

    From my original post:

    Chinese tool market is quite extensive and covers a wide spectrum of quality.

    You get what you pay for, and even then, you can get fu—d-over. Yea, I’ve invested in some one-time-use Chinese tools.
    The need to improvise never ends.

  209. Panadechi 说:

    USA has the most destructive weapon to defeat China. Diversity.

  210. anon[421]• 免责声明 说:
    @MarkinLA

    How does one quantify if one country is “ahead” of another in math?

    Being a 3rd grade dropout, I’m not really sure,
    也许
    by counting the used syringes/needles on sidewalks, beaches, parks,
    or
    the piles of human feces in cities,
    也许
    the number of politicians whose necks should be at the end of a hanging rope.

    By these measures, Old and Dead Glory is way ahead.

    • 同意: Mevashir
  211. @Mefobills

    Always good comments, Mefobills.

    • 谢谢: Mefobills
  212. @Mevashir

    Does anybody actually prefer McDonald’s garbage to Chinese food?

    Well, I’m guessing SOME of the Chinese do, in fact, as McD is one of the few fast food companies to have made big inroads in the place. Yes, they serve the Chinese mostly, as Americans (foreigners, period) are few, relatively speaking (compared to the many millions of Chinese people here), and the special sauce, as I wrote earlier, is, errr, special for Chinese tastes… the meat too.

    Number 2 is KFC, BTW, with those signs with the white-haired Colonel, formerly known by Americans as Kentucky Fried Chicken. Humorously, the thing is, the Chinese people likely know as much about Colonel Sanders as Americans do about General Tso – see “鸡巨人的超级大国之战–桑德斯诉曹”. They may think Colonel Sanders flew a DC-3 across the Hump to supply General, errr, Tso?? and his Nationalist Kuomintang army.

    How many obese Chinese have you ever met compared to the 40% obesity rate in America? How many Chinese have diabetes?

    You are right partly there. There’s much less severe obesity, yet many Chinese women, maybe most now, could use to lose about 10 to 20 lb. Diabetes is significant in China, from what my source tells me. The problem is that white rice has a higher glycemic index than even potatoes. It’ll get that sugar into your blood stream very quickly. I’m surprised you don’t know this.

    Your point on Hollywood is your only good one – 1 out of 3 ain’t good, as the knockoff Chinese singer Dogloaf would sing. Speaking of IP, rip-offs of Hollywood trash are one thing I couldn’t give a rat’s ass about. Knock yourselves out.

    • 回复: @RSDB
  213. Mevashir 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    When I was living overseas in South Africa in the early 2000s, I remember coming across an internet photograph comparing a Chinese college graduation group with their American counterparts. I don’t remember the name of the Chinese university but it was some kind of technical College. In the photograph all of the graduating students — male and female — were dressed formally in jackets and ties pants suits and nice dresses. The American photograph was taken at University of Colorado Boulder which is considered one of the most degenerate party schools in the country. The photograph of the fraternity on graduation day showed men and women barely dressed (some of the females in fact were topless) holding cans of beer bottles of booze and marijuana joints. And I looked at these two photographs and I knew deep in my heart that American society is finished.

    I just pray that the Chinese are kind to us when they take over the world. Maybe the fact the Chinese food is so popular here will count in our favor.

    Another factor that we don’t take into account is that the Chinese suffered enormously in what they call the Hundred years of humiliation from about 1850 to 1950. The Taiping Rebellion itself took something like 20 to 70 million lives. It was a Chinese civil War in which the insurgents were led by a messianic Chinese convert to Christianity who wanted to overthrow the imperial system. They made tremendous progress until European powers came to the aid of the emperor in a full military invasion.

    The Chinese suffered under the opium wars when China was flooded with Christian missionaries and half the population was addicted to opium, the sales of which went into British coffers. By the way this is the source for Karl Marx’s famous statement that religion is the opiate of the masses, since all of those bright-eyed bushy-tailed English missionaries didn’t give a hoot about the mass addiction of Chinese society fostered by British financial and corporate elites.

    Then the Chinese suffered under the Japanese invasion and suffered later under errors of the Communist party. The point is the Chinese people have suffered enormously. They’re an ancient and proud culture and, like the Jews and the Russians who suffered so much in World War II, they are committed to not letting it happen again. Contrast with that America which is a selfish lazy flaccid society that has suffered a fraction of the misery of these other countries. Americans are spoiled lazy and brain-dead from our banal insipid vapid mass media.

    We can only pray that the Chinese will be compassionate to us and not give us the wrath that we deserve.

    • 同意: Daniel H, HeebHunter
  214. @Bragadocious

    Bragadocious, besides these civil engineering screw-ups, going back to Marckus’ post (#193) about the trains, there was one of the newer fast trains that went off the track about 5 years back. After all the living were pulled off of it, big ditches were dug and the cars were pushed in and buried. No need for further investigation – nothing to see there …

    • 回复: @Godfree Roberts
  215. The biggest threat to China…is the Chinese! Said no Chinese ever.

  216. @Biff

    Bitcoin is but one cryptocurrency… And does anyone believe countries are going to let cryptos overtake the system. They will be rolling out their own digital currencies… You guessed it – China is already testing the “digital yuan” in major Chinese cities as we read this.
    Such is the irony of China. China is the top place for “mining” of cryptos – but at the same time they are effectively banned.

  217. Rdm 说:
    @Daniel Rich

    In terms of scientific methodology and investigation, Europeans in general have outpaced old civilizations, either China or Persia in the last hundreds of years. Europeans contribution to science was immense and it can’t be simply ignored in order to thump one’s chest and boast one’s pride. They must be acknowledged.

    On the other hand, as discoveries and inventions in later centuries have gone further into collaborative environment, it becomes more and more difficult to pinpoint who actually invented which. Competition drives inventions and inventions are intertwined with modification of existing technologies, one would find it difficult to come up with 谁发明了火箭?.

    If we cut the timeline to modern era, we could conveniently say that Germans would be the pioneers in space rocket. How about any modifications rendered to rockets afterwards from any nations? Would they matter? Since Germans were supposedly the pioneers or attributed as such in general public sentiment, no amount of modifications or invention afterwards does not change the fact that Germans were the pioneer?

    But if we went a little further back to 19th century, Russian Konstantin Tsiolkovsky would be a pioneer in space rocket. So where do we draw the line to conclusively say certain race was the father of such and such technology. Well we could say that Tsiolkovsky was just a theorist, and everybody can sit their ass all day long, stare at the sky and come up with exploring the space by doodling some rockets.

    If we go way back, we’d learn that rockets were invented by Chinese when they’re fighting against invading Mongols. Granted Chinese in 15th century were not thinking of exploring the space with their chopstick rockets. They’re defending for their lives. But they came up with an idea of traveling with rockets. Wan Hu allegedly flew in rockets equipped sedan. Chinese attributed far side of the moon to him. Rocket technology, i.e., fueling the explosive chemicals to launch deadly material towards your enemy was obviously copied from China. NASA already admitted that.

    However, just because China invented paper doesn’t mean they are also a part of Origami invention. Just because they’re shooting chopstick fireworks doesn’t mean they pioneered the space exploration.

    的问题 Who invented Apple Watch? in 21st century would be difficult to answer. Is it Steve Jobs or is it some guys in R&D department or is it TSMC whose 7nm chip makes it feasible to come up with a tiny watch capable of storing many apps and known as Apple Watch?

    As our science is now involved in more and more collaboration, it’s hardly the case that one can easily claim the invention as one’s own. Add the timeline and cut it to modern time, one can conveniently thump their chest at fullest that Europeans were the major driving force to completely transform the livelihood of mankind. No doubt about it.

    European renaissance era has contributed much to the world, but it also comes up with many frauds. One of those frauds is being a paper tiger. Paper publications in each academic field with abysmal data, creating a mountain of junks. Sadly this practice is now heavily usurped by China. If China wants to dominate the world in Science, they need to uproot this practice of chasing the paper.

    study reveals that smelling your partner’s fart can prolong your life
    来源

    Fist bump is better than handshake published in 2014 by Harvard

    • 谢谢: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @Cappy
  218. @Uncle Lester

    The old “empty cities” thing again. Funny enough I just saw a video pop up about that very same thing… As usual the western media never gets the full story. This guy only gave one example – but there are many more. A country that is only 64% urban with hundreds of millions of rural people who still want to move to cities aren’t going to have any “empty” for long.

  219. Sean 说:
    @anon

    Why was the Bat lady in Wuhan being funded to do gain of function research on coronaviruses by the US government? I don’t remember there being anything in Michael Lewis’s 第五风险 about this sterling example of international cooperation.

    In January Biden suspended Trump’s prohibition against U.S. utilities using Chinese electrical equipment. I think it is becoming clear that Biden is a from man for US corporations who want access to the Chinese home market and to invest in rapidly growing Chinese companies

    Today it is announced Biden will remove China’s Xiaomi Corp from a government blacklist of companies that Americans can’t invest in. So that is who will be making your smartphone a few years hence. China is too backward to make the microchips for all these things like 5g, and the West is under no obligation whatsoever to supply the wherewithal whereby they sell cheap products back to us at unbeatable value for money price, thereby eroding Western productive capacity. But that is what seems to be going to happen.

  220. Joe Paluka 说:
    @CCZ

    That’s a picture of a bridge in India and that’s the way they built it. Not to worry, they got ropes holding it together.

  221. @Godfree Roberts

    Speaking of quality assets… One of the worst kept state secrets is how China has been rapidly expanding it’s holdings of gold. Russia is the only other country going on such a gold binge.

  222. Sean 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Most interesting, but it hardly supports the idea that America ought to facilitate a continuation of China’s impressive trajectory over the last two decades since it joined the WTO. Unless, America is to be run for a minority that will profit from a continuation of China’s staggering growth.

  223. Joe Paluka 说:
    @Mevashir

    “Does anybody actually prefer McDonald’s garbage to Chinese food?”

    The Mc Rat burger currently being promoted in Bejing McDonalds is described as being a delicious fusion of American and Chinese cuisine.

  224. Joe Paluka 说:
    @Mevashir

    “the sales of which went into British coffers.”

    The sales went into Jewish coffers. One in particular, David Sassoon and his family were the biggest drug lords in the history of the world. https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=70956

  225. HeebHunter 说:
    @The Soft Parade

    庞大的中国国会大厅

    AIPAC是中国人吗? 现在,这是新的,哈哈

    “Goddamm slant eye cunts, how DARE they buy something we offered them? How DARE eat out food when we invited them as guests and how DARE their children learn from us when we adopted some of these chinks as our own? Oh boy, and HOW DARE a handful of these chinks fuck our women?!!! The negroes and the Spics are supposed to do that, not CHINKS!!”

    感谢上帝为中国人。 如果上帝要外国种族来清理(((西方))),尤其是muttmerica,那么他就这样做了。

  226. HeebHunter 说:
    @Rdm

    Fucking finally, someone with a rational look on science.

  227. Ray Caruso 说:
    @Ty

    The US is the Bernie Madoff of nations. Every Ponzi scheme must come to an end.

  228. @JM

    I could not agree more! I do call it international Communism!!!
    It will continue until living standard, wages, and prices will be the same all over the world.
    But Global warming will introduce totally different system.
    It is too late now!

  229. Rahan 说:

    China peaked around 500BC, through a combination of tech levels which the West reached mostly circa the 16th-17th century, and institutional bureaucratic structures, which the West reached mostly in the 19th century.

    This combination of Shakespearean-era tech and Weberian-era bureaucracy allowed China to stay in one place for 2.5 thousand years and still be this amazing alien land of improbable sophistication and wealth, because as other civilizations rose and fall, rose and fall, no one managed to reach a higher stage.

    It was also internally oriented, with the external world existing only either as a threat to be dealt with (nomadic horse tribes), or far off barbarians buying stuff they can’t make themselves.

    This state of affairs lasted until the early 19th century, i.e. was still true at Hegel’s time. The West had already surged forward, beyond the Chinese level, for the first time in recorded human history, but China was still vastly more prosperous and ordered, due to accumulated civilization fat.

    Up to Hegel’s time, the world was divided into two basic civilizational strata:
    1) Civilizational peers: England, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Russia, Turkey, Persia, various Caliphates, India, China, Thailand, and smaller countries and duchies on the periphery.
    2) Stone age societies: Native Americans, black Africans, Australians, Maori, Papua natives, etc.

    The stone age societies were easy picking for the more sophisticated societies (those who went the sea-empire colonist route), but the peer civilizations existed in a balance of power, in spite of various ups and downs, until the mid-19th century when the Industrial Revolution really took off and the West transformed into a high-tech alien invader race that can easily crush anyone else.

    The accumulated civilization fat of China (and India, hence Columbus) was a prize the Westerners had been lusting for for centuries, and once their tech became invincible, they descended from all sides, plunging China into chaos, famine, poverty, and brutal cycles of internal violence, as the nation generated one attempt after another of a revolutionary movement to reform it to be able to handle western pressure.

    (Turkey and Russia and Iran are other examples where a revolutionary movement arises to force the nation to adapt to the western challenge, with the alternative being collapse and colonization)

    In the end, after duking it out for half a century, the Chinese nationalist republicans lost and made their own mini-China in Taiwan (dictatorship until the late-1980s), while the Chinese communist republicans took over the mainland.

    For a number of reasons, many of which perhaps to do with a combination of Ashkenazi genetic psychopathy and the falling inherited intelligence levels described in “Our Wits’ End: Why We’re Becoming Less Intelligent and What it Means for the Future” by Dr. Edward Dutton (who also wrote a book on who is responsible for the rise in violent rapes in Finland, and hence had to relocate from the West to live and teach in Poland), the West appears to have gone beyond its ethno-civilizational high point of passionarity (Gumilev), and has stopped leading the way.

    This does not necessarily mean that “someone else will now lead the way”. Leading the way in such absurdly alien ways happens once a civilizational cycle: someone discovers fire, or the wheel, or domesticates horses, or moves from stone to bronze or from bronze to iron, and the western industrial revolution was a civilizational leap of this magnitude.

    This leap however was not eternal—such leaps are not eternal—and now the rest of the world has also learned “how to domesticate horses” i.e. how to apply the industrial revolution logic.

    Thus, far from this being “a fight to see who will be the next leading civilizational power”, we are in fact in a period of settling down to an upgraded version of the pre-industrial civilizational parity, only this time on an interconnected planetary scale, and waiting for the next unexpected civilizational leap, maybe in a century, maybe in ten centuries.

    With China returning to its historical role of a merchant empire that wants to sell stuff and be left alone.

    Unless the GloboHomo neo-Feudalists really do unleash some plague or nuclear war or rogue A.I. or some genetically-modified transhuman cyborg sheit, then I guess this whole era becomes a “lost age of wonder” which the neo-stone age descendants will dream about while high on mutated fungus.

    • 同意: HeebHunter
  230. John D. 说:
    @JM

    There is no conflict in my statements. The American management personal of American Multi-Nationals are the very ones deciding to shaft their fellow American worker by moving their labour intensive operations overseas in order to earn even more dollars and drive up their share price.

    The American worker and the American people have my sympathy. Far from post-war gains, as you put it, the lot of the average American citizen in their own country has been on the slide since the sixties. I live in a small European country of only 4.5m people and yet I have free health care, my children had free education and both qualified as engineers, our road system is good and always being improved, we have real freedom of speech and the State supports for the unemployed and the unemployable are adequate to live without being too generous. We have strong workers unions in the workplace and our proportional representation system ensures we never get an extreme Government. Our Police Force does not carry arms and my country is not at war with anybody and hasn’t been for nearly a hundred years.

    In a European context, my country is no big deal. If you want Nirvana just look to Scandinavia. America used to be even better than that for its citizens but I would suggest that since the US murdered its own leader in 1963, it has been all downhill. The levels of ridiculous inequality in the US are surely unsustainable as must be your outrageous spend on armaments. A recent survey over several countries and nationalities asked the question, “Who is the biggest danger to world peace today?” Almost all answered, the USA.

    The night before 9/11 Donald Rumsfeld appeared on US national television to explain to Americans that the Pentagon was their biggest enemy. He explained that \$2.3 Trillion was missing from the defence budget. MISSING? ……. Two point three TRILLION dollars. Every bastard above the rank of Captain should have been arrested the next day, but they weren’t. That is taxpayers money that should have gone into health for all, education for your young, road, rail transportation and your airports are overdue to be upgraded from the 1950’s.

    The US has ceased to be a Democracy and instead your country is being run by ruthless big money who have been sucking the population dry for years and running down both your industry, environment and society. Such a sad situation for what used to be, the greatest country on earth!

    • 同意: RoatanBill, Rurik
    • 回复: @Realist
  231. Rahan 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Yes, Communism demands that one drop all belief in God, as any belief in God and the nuclear family as sovereign takes away power from The State, but you knew that.

    There’s commies and there’s commies.

    信仰上帝
    https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/china-on-course-to-become-worlds-most-christian-nation/

    The People’s Republic of China remains, at least officially, an atheist country. But the number of Protestant Christians in China has grown from one million in 1949 to more than 49 million in 2010. Experts believe that number could more than triple over the next generation:

    中国领先的宗教专家杨教授认为,到 160 年,这一数字将增至 2025 亿左右。这可能使中国甚至超过美国,美国在 159 年拥有约 2010 亿新教徒,但其会众人数正在下降。

    By 2030, China’s total Christian population, including Catholics, would exceed 247 million, placing it above Mexico, Brazil and the United States as the largest Christian congregation in the world, 他预测。

    **

    家庭
    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2021-05/09/c_139933730.htm

    Filial piety is a traditional virtue very much valued by Chinese society. President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, has on many occasions stressed the importance of family virtues and traditions.

    The following are some highlights of his quotes:

    — A family is the smallest unit of a nation while a nation is thousands of families put together.

    — We should promote filial piety and family harmony, encourage people to take on family responsibilities, cultivate fine family traditions, and take care of the elderly.

    — Mothers should pass on to their children the passion for study, the spirit of hard work, and the love of the motherland to help the young generation nurture good character and grow healthily to become adults who contribute to the country and the people.

    — We need to help women strike a balance between family and work to become women of the new era who can take up social responsibilities while contributing to their families.

    • 谢谢: Biff, showmethereal
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  232. MarkinLA 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    You can’t quantify who is “ahead” in math because it isn’t a product that actually produces anything for the most part. Solving one major conjecture is worth 100 mediocre PhD dissertations.

    As for semiconductors, China is failing so bad they are trying to hire people from Taiwan Semiconductor to fix their failing and scam filled companies.

  233. MarkinLA 说:
    @Mevashir

    The photograph of the fraternity on graduation day showed men and women barely dressed (some of the females in fact were topless) holding cans of beer bottles of booze and marijuana joints. And I looked at these two photographs and I knew deep in my heart that American society is finished.

    And what does this have to do with the price of tea in China or mathematics for that matter? Ever been to a university math department? Dressing for success is not a high priority.

    • 回复: @Mevashir
  234. @MarkinLA

    I don’t do the quantifying, mathematics departments do, based on the quantity and quality of cited papers.

    Taiwan is the leader in fabrication only. Though that is a complex, difficult, and expensive process, it is susceptible to brute force and money–which is how Taiwan came to dominate it and how China will dominate it in the future.

    In other aspects of IC design and manufacture, China already leads the world in applications like chips for advanced video transcoding and crypto-mining. In broader categories–like some types of memory technology–it is level with the global giants. 

    China is close to its target of 70% semiconductor self-sufficiency. SMIC is producing 14-nm. chips and ramping production of 28-nm. chips, the most advanced chips in general use worldwide.  SMIC and Hua Hong Semiconductor are expected to achieve domestic self-sufficiency in the 28nm process technology this year. 

    SMIC’s new FinFET process provides 57% lower power consumption and 55% smaller chips than those built on the standard 28-nm. process. The success of this process at scale is critical to China’s semiconductor ambitions. 

    China is poised to activate its first homegrown 28nm lithography machine this year, a key step to independence from external suppliers. China should be self-sufficient in 28nm and 40nm processes–the format of most advanced chips that are used in manufacturing– by the end of this year. R

    China’s approach to semiconductor design challenges may leapfrog existing technologies–like open RISC-V processor architecture–and affect the whole industry. The maximum impact will be felt with a return to international co-operation, enabling the hi-tech industry worldwide to take advantage of China’s innovations, and allowing Chinese companies to access markets and hi-tech developments on a global basis. 

  235. @Quartermaster

    Yes -when Eastern Christianity was in China from way back in the 7th Century there weren’t real problems. But when westerners brought in their style after the Opium Wars we got the Taiping Rebellion… The Bloodiest war on earth until WW2. So you are correct – the bible is not the problem. In fact millions attend state approved churches that if you didn’t know any better would be just like any other. The “crackdown on Christians” are those who are in underground churches that have western links. Aside from the Taiping Rebellion – the CPC is well aware of destabilization tactics the CIA used by embedding with Missionaries in Burma and other places. Sad that some allow the Scriptures to be prostituted for geopolitics.

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
  236. @Achmed E. Newman

    Nonsense. There was a national board of enquiry which found that China Rail’s chairman–to that point a national hero–had hired a son-in-law and put him in charge of purchasing. The son-in-law took bribes and specified an inferior signaling system which was the proximate cause of the crash.

    The chairman was jailed for life, the son-in-law was executed, the signaling system was replaced and, during the two years it took to rip out and replace the system, train speeds were reduced.

    The net result is that today, China has the world’s biggest, fastest, safest rail system. By far.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  237. Ignatius 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    Oklahoma A&M Stillwater 1954-58 seeking a BSME. By 2nd year it req’d 4 + hrs study each class hour just to keep up and pass frequent tests. Eng physics, advanced calculus, strength of mat’ls, fluid mechanics, differential equations, AC circuits, aerodynamics, etc etc Some couldn’t or wouldn’t cut it so they transferred to OU for Law or MBA degrees. Four decades later these types were my bosses cutting way back R&D while sending our mfg to China. By then I’d authored over 25 US patents in power transmission, hydraulics, materials etc. No more R&D so retirement to drive fenceposts on a ranch was appealing. I mostly blame USA top management not opportunistic China for this ongoing decline in USA manufacturing and invention.

  238. @Quartermaster

    I’m sorry but that makes no sense. The whole point of a “Joint Venture” is to share technology – along with financial burden. Unless you have a clause stating they other company is tied to you for 30 years then there is nothing illegal about it. Neither is an employee leaving and starting their own company – as long as it doesn’t infringe on patents. I mean this is not rocket science. The WTO spelled it out clearly. The whole point was for developing countries – to develop. China has to share IP when it does projects now in other countries. When it builds infrastructure and manufacturing projects in poorer countries it does. Whether they can capitalize is another matter. It’s not China’s fault that it has the ability and scale to do so.
    Now it is a valid argument to say that China is advanced enough to no longer need IP shared. But to claim a joint venture is stealing is nonsense. Again the only way is if a patent is abused. If someone takes what they learned and starts a new process that circumvents the patent – that is just business. That’s how Silicon Valley works in case you didn’t know.

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
  239. Marckus 说:
    @Rurik

    Dear Darling Rurik

    You need to calm down Honey. You are too emotional and out of control to the point of hysteria. If you have been social distancing under your bed I strongly suggest you come out. Go for a walk, get some fresh air, take a bath, brush your dentures. That kind of seclusion is not good for you and you are going to hurt yourself.

    Strictly between us though I dont really care about those two pretty ladies or if they lick Nathan Yahoo;s nuts or who has principles or not. I shall leave all that worrying and deep psycho musings to you. However, if they want to tag team and gobble my Schlong I would throw them some shekels, what about you ?

    Chill Sugar. The world WILL turn and all will be well.

    Thanks for the blah blah blah blather

    温暖的问候
    Bow wow and a BIG Woof Woof to you from Tel Aviv LMAO

  240. Marckus 说:
    @Rurik

    Hey Rurik

    In my next life I want to be a DOGG (but not in China). I could easily see myself in that role per your second photo. I dont like the threads though. I would rock a long black coat, curls and a skull cap. A little S & M. subjugation and obedience training ? What more could a DOGG ask for and I also get to sleep in the bed and have my Alpo and treats imported from the US.

    Also Pollard has a magnificent beard no ? He probably hid US military secrets in his before sneaking them out . And that third photo. Ooooooooooh. She is so hot. The girl of my dreams.

    期待您的回音。

    • 回复: @Rurik
  241. @Godfree Roberts

    I’m not sure we’re talking about the same crash here. In this case, I said the RAIL CARS were buried with the dead bodies still in it. Where’s the nonsense? (Besides buried in the ground …)

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  242. @Achmed E. Newman

    I said the RAIL CARS were buried with the dead bodies still in it.

    There was only one HSR accident, in Wenzhou. That is the one I described. No dead bodies were buried in it.

  243. @Rahan

    There’s no doubt, Rahan, that the material there (2nd excerpt) is stuff that you have to be a brave man to evn say anymore in this country. However, all that is only good for as long as the President-for-Life decides it is. China is going Orwellian in a hurry – I think you should, well everyone on here, read that Kai Strittmatter book I linked to reviews of up top.

    That’s a large number of purported Christians, but they are being run underground. It’s why all the Chinese Christians, along with most of the Chinese people period, that I know here are all trying to get this visa, that visa, and the other visa, to try to stay here. Why?

    You really have to be there a while and talk to Chinese people to get a feel for what is going on there. Unfortunately, that is not as easy in ’21 as it was in ’19.

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  244. Rurik 说:
    @Marckus

    期待您的回音。

    that’s because I own you now

    and with such little effort!

    Good doggy

    • 哈哈: Marckus
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  245. Rurik 说:
    @DanFromCT

    工业转移的资金来源是华尔街,而不是贫穷的北京。

    是的

    不要将其与DC的无能混为一谈

    I wouldn’t call it incompetence.

    Corporations exist to maximize profit. It’s their nature by design and intent. It isn’t for corporations to put nationalism or the public interest first. That’s the job of trusted government representatives, who then betray that public trust for personal gain. When Nixon opened up trade to China, or how Clinton and congress imposed NAFTA, it wasn’t incompetence, but economic treason.

    It’s the job of corporations to maximize profit, and it’s the job of congress and our presidents to regulate corporations for the benefit of our nation and its people. The former are doing their jobs, the latter are refusing to do theirs out of venality and corruption.
    但是,您的帖子的重点还是一如既往。

    I will just add, for what it’s worth, that 一些 of the blame for the ‘in and out-sourcing’ should be (as usual) placed squarely on the drooping shoulders of the liberal, American union member. Who demands that not only a living wage and safe workplace, (fair enough), but that also his self-esteem be bolstered with a self-actualized, intersectionality and a progressive, tolerant workplace environment.

    我记得有人无法解雇UAW成员的情况 什么,包括故意破坏生产线。

    It makes it more difficult to blame the corporate CEO for moving his manufacturing off-shore, when he’s forced to dance to the tune of woke politicians who demand an ‘inclusive’ work environment, where employees from ‘marginalized communities’ are exempt from having to actually perform a function, and are immune from firing for any reason whatsoever.

  246. anon[901]• 免责声明 说:

    With Jewish morality, Black IQ, and bitch strength from the (((New))) West. The Eternal East is sure to just bend the knee to Dirty Uncle Samantha….

  247. Marckus 说:
    @Rurik

    This was a real fun thread for me. Lots of sharp comments and the Trolls are out in force, getting people all annoyed and upset.

    I haven’t laughed so hard since Chinaman wrote Ron an angry outburst complaining about my trolling and then quit UR in a rage. I actually miss that little fellow.

    I like your comments but don;t take the Jews and things so seriously. Listen, I have spoken with Nathan Yahoo and he tells me they are moving their operations to Beijing so it looks like things are going to get better in the US.

    Everything is under control, so put your feet up, pull the coffee pot close, light up a stogie because life is good.

    Warm regards for being a good sport.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  248. RSDB 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    You are right partly there. There’s much less severe obesity, yet many Chinese women, maybe most now, could use to lose about 10 to 20 lb. Diabetes is significant in China, from what my source tells me. The problem is that white rice has a higher glycemic index than even potatoes. It’ll get that sugar into your blood stream very quickly. I’m surprised you don’t know this.

    There doesn’t seem to be any good reason except cultural preference why raw (unmilled, that is, not uncooked) rice or parboiled rice should be less popular than “regular” polished rice.

    Parboiled rice especially not only has (as far as I know) a lower glycemic index, but it cooks fairly quickly as well.

    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  249. Realist 说:
    @John D.

    In a European context, my country is no big deal. If you want Nirvana just look to Scandinavia. America used to be even better than that for its citizens but I would suggest that since the US murdered its own leader in 1963, it has been all downhill.

    I agree wholeheartedly with your comments, but the assassination of Kennedy was only a glaring milestone …not the start of the descent of this nation. The downward trajectory started in earnest in 1945. The power elite in this country took note of the position this country was in…as the number one power in the world…and decided to make sure that position was never lost. One of the nastiest sons of a bitch at the forefront of this effort was Allen Dulles. There were numerous champions of U. S. hegemony in the ’50s, but none more dedicated than the Dulles brothers…John Foster at State and Allen at the CIA. There are some excellent books on these brothers, their story is very interesting and a must-read for those interested in how we got here.
    I believe Allen probably had a strong hand in the assassination of Kennedy, since Kennedy fired him from the director of the CIA on November 29, 1961. To add intrigue know that Dulles was appointed to the Warren Commission.

  250. Rurik 说:
    @Marckus

    it looks like things are going to get better in the US.

    wasn’t it a Jew who said ‘all things are relative’?

    Yes, a sense of humor is critical, especially now. What else are we to do but laugh at and mock the daily goings-on.

    But I still see the ‘special relationship’ between Israel(the Fed/ECB) and the ZUS perfectly represented by the little doggy meme. (And I’m not good with that ; )

    干杯。

    • 回复: @Marckus
  251. Marckus 说:
    @Godfree Roberts

    新闻快讯: The Chinese are tops in Math

    新闻快讯: A 100 foot long Chinese rocket is headed for earth. Chinese scientists do not know where it will land

    Professor Marckus has a question: How come top Chinese scientists do not know when it will fall or where it will fall ? One half degree out of planned and controlled trajectory means the thing could land right on Troof’s bald head in Harlem.

    This is what happens when people use their fingers and toes to calculate and plan a space shot. I have not heard anything further about this little incident so I imagine it landed somewhere in the Ocean and there is now a search underway to find the thing.

    When I attended the Bronx Zoo sometime back there were monkeys doing all sorts of gymnastics. in their cages. Unfortunately none will ever be Olympic Gold Medalists. The Chinese students in your photo fall in the same category and suffer the same fate.

    Also, before I forget, say hello to the CCP political officer who controls your posts. Continue to say nice things even if untrue flattery. The last disaster we need is you back in the US. Of course they could also deport you to Mexico where you and Fred the Beaner can wax philosophical over burritos.

    • 巨魔: showmethereal
  252. @RSDB

    Hey, I don’t tell Chinamen what to eat – they’ll give me even more shit on the internet. … ;-} It’s the taste though, I guess, RSDB – that high GI feels the same as when one eats some white Wonder bread, white Italian bread, or light pasta vs. the whole wheat kind.

    I got used to the whole wheat pasta after a short while, but upon going to an outside place while traveling, I noticed that the white stuff was still tastier to me. I guess our bodies have a quest for that sugar or something.

    In most parts of China, they gotta have some rice, or it’s simply not a meal. Yeah, it’d be better for them to switch to the “raw” stuff.

  253. @Marckus

    Godfree Roberts is not controlled by the CCP. He lives in Thailand. Even the CCP Totalitarians know a true-blue Commie when they see one, and they don’t want to let Mr. Roberts in the country to spread that old “workers’ party” bullshit. Some of them remember the Mao era. They may be Totalitarians, but they ain’t stupid.

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  254. nickels 说:
    @Ron Unz

    just like everything else, they made it with help from and by copying the west.

  255. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Marckus

    News Flash: A 100 foot long Chinese rocket is headed for earth. Chinese scientists do not know where it will land

    It landed harmlessly in the Indian Ocean. These uncontrolled reentries of spent rocket stages are not uncommon. For instance, just last month some SpaceX debris landed on a farm in Washington state:

    After a Fiery Display, SpaceX Debris Landed on a Washington Farm: Officials are also investigating whether a cylindrical object that washed ashore in Oregon may also be from the SpaceX rocket booster

    What is unusual is that the piece that landed was pretty much intact:

    The object left a four-inch dent on the ground at a Washington farm. [Grant County Sheriff via Twitter]

    The US can actually take credit for the granddaddy of all botched reentries with Skylab, a ’77-ton loose cannon.’ A lot of the debris came down in Australia.

    Initially, NASA could not specify when or where Skylab would come down, though the agency mapped out a potential debris field that spanned about 7,400 kilometers across the Indian Ocean and Australia.

    This was a far greater failure than the recent Chinese rocket. Nasa had not even equipped this craft with any means for navigation and control because it was in a hurry to get a ‘space station’ up and didn’t want to bother with the extra effort and cost.

    The Day Skylab Crashed to Earth: Facts About the First U.S. Space Station’s Re-Entry

    That Chinese rocket btw has successfully put in orbit the first major piece of China’s permanent space station, something the US has never accomplished—Skylab was a failed experiment and the functional core of ISS was built by Russia [see Russian Orbital Segment, which contains all of the space station’s guidance, navigation, control, propulsion and life support—it was all built as Mir 2, the follow-on to the worlds first permanent space station, Mir 1, and the US merely bought in with cash and contributed some add-on modules].

    The Chinese are no slouches in space technology, which is by far the most challenging tech of all, and also the most directly applicable to military strength. They are ahead of the US in engine tech, having developed [based on Russian technology] an advanced closed-cycle engine that now powers their rockets.

    US is also buying these advanced, closed-cycle Russian engines and relies on them for heavy duty, mission critical work, like all the USAF and defense department launches [only a couple of which have been given to Spacex, compared to nearly 100 for the Russian engines], as well as all of the high-profile mars missions, including that rover and drone that is there now.

    Both China and US have benefited in equal measure from advanced Russian space tech. Arguably, the Chinese have actually done more.

  256. d dan 说:
    @Marckus

    “Professor Marckus has a question: How come top Chinese scientists do not know when it will fall or where it will fall ? One half degree out of planned and controlled trajectory means the thing could land right on Troof’s bald head in Harlem.”

    That is the nature of all designs of traditional (non-retrievable) rocket. The return of the used rockets is not 100% controllable – although scientists did their best effort to target them to fall into ocean. Furthermore, they use the rocket material that is easily burned up in the atmosphere. The Chinese rocket you alluded to CZ-5B did fall into Indian Ocean eventually.

    The hypocrisy here is mind blowing. You become the tool of US propaganda by repeating the same allegation. All countries in the world have been doing this type of semi-controlled return of used rockets for decades. There is no evidence that US (or Russian, or European, or Japanese) rockets are safer than the Chinese. Now that Chinese space program is starting to leap ahead of US, even NASA scientists (yes, SCIENTISTS, not just politicians) and media are complaining that Chinese rocket as “out-of-control”, “unpredictable” or “very dangerous”, etc. But when SpaceX rocket fell into the US farms in March this year, it is described as:

    “Strange fireball object seen lighting up the sky over”

    多么浪漫!

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/strange-fireball-object-seen-lighting-up-the-sky-over-oregon-believed-to-be-rocket-debris/ar-BB1eYTIq

    • 回复: @FB
    , @Marckus
    , @FB
  257. Mevashir 说:
    @MarkinLA

    There’s a difference between casual dress and depraved dress.

    The reason it’s significant is because it suggests to me that the Chinese have self-respect while the Americans don’t. We’ve become a totally depraved satanic society and our doom is nigh.

    A people without self respect is basically in a death spiral.

    It’s sad for us but it will be a blessing for the rest of the world.

  258. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @d dan

    That is the nature of all designs of traditional (non-retrievable) rocket. The return of the used rockets is not 100% controllable…

    That’s incorrect. All orbital launches of non-reusable rocket stages are designed to be guided into a pre-planned reentry trajectory [shallow entry], where they will burn up in the upper atmosphere due to aerodynamic friction heating.

    What happened here with the Long March 5B was definitely a failure, resulting in an uncontrolled, tumbling reentry. But those do happen, not infrequently, and it is not usually very consequential.

    • 谢谢: d dan
  259. @Agent76

    Anyone who follows the Falun Gong Cult and they NED funded channel “China Uncensored” invalidates themselves of having any intellectual capability and sound reasoning. Ditto for it’s sister print publication “Epoch Times”

  260. Escher 说:
    @Ron Unz

    I have read those in-depth articles, Mr. Unz, and frankly find the theory a bit far fetched, that even a rogue group within the US establishment would take such a big risk, knowing that the virus would likely hit the United States at some point.

  261. Marckus 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Well then, that makes it even worse. Its one thing to be coerced into being a tool and writing stupid things but another to have this as a natural ability…..or is it ??

    I am always amazed that these guys live outside the US and yet criticize, comment etc on the state of affairs in the country. I dont live in Thailand and could give a shit about what they do there. Godfree has a bizarre mental connection to the US where he does not live and China where he does not live.

    In any case his assertions seem to follow the same one track rigid pattern suggesting he belongs to some organization that pummels their members with dogma. Thailand being so close to China no doubt they have agitators operating there.

    Also of course he leaps at any rubbish Freddie puts out to bolster his “beliefs”. He is a conclusion looking for validation. He better be nice to Biden and Kamala because if China moves in the region Godfree might find himself planting rice and subject to 16 hour/ day re-education. The country he repudiates the most might, notice I say might, be the one to save his communist arse.

  262. Marckus 说:
    @d dan

    Oh dont get your pigtails in a knot ! Why do Asians get worked up over every little thing ?

    That incident you mentioned proved to be the remnants of a Chinese rocket engine from a space shot your people never told anyone about. I would call that a terrorist incident.

    Besides, you guys are supposed to be tops in Math so dont give me this bunk about these things happen. If a rocket takes off from Beijing it should fall back there. We have enough Chinese rubbish in the US and dont need more.

    Put aside rocketry for a while . What is your Chinese name ? Or did you change it to an English name ? What is the D for ?? Dunce ??

  263. Marckus 说:
    @Rurik

    Oh there is no doubt in anyone;s mind that the Juice pull the strings here in the US. Just looking at all the government departments and money men we find names ending in stein, berg etc. We are not far apart in the way we see things and what we believe.

    Also when we look at the photos of some of these figures they are absolutely repulsive creatures.

    If they did not whore the US politicians it would mean we would give them nothing and they would dry up and blow away. I mean looking at the map Israel is a shitty little country on the knob of Arabia.

    Its unfortunate that is the way it is but I believe that in everything there is a tipping point where people take and take and finally get completely fed up. I feel that pointing is coming, maybe not soon but it will. Nature has a way of balancing things. There is generally only so much patience and what people will put up with before breaking point and usually that breaking point is an event that in and of itself is inconsequential ie the straw that broke the camels back.

    I seem to remember someone commenting that these people have been kicked out of 120 countries and I imagine it was the same dishonest habits that finally caused their expulsion. I was looking at a video the other day and will see if I can find it and send you the link.

    In the meantime I sincerely mean it when I say I enjoy reading your comments and I agree with you, things are so irritating these days that one has to either laugh or end up in the loonie house. You come up with some novel ways of looking at things that in fact give me pause and look at situations from angles that I find are helpful and useful.

    诚挚

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  264. Rdm 说:
    @Marckus

    They know. The rocket will land on southern hemisphere. Since 70% of the planet Earth is covered by Water, you have 70% probability of rockets diving into the Oceans. They just can’t be sure which part of the Ocean the rocket will land.

    This is SpaceX falling on Indonesia in 2016

    This is SpaceX falling on Washington’s farm in 2021

  265. Rdm 说:
    @Marckus

    I don’t think Asians are so worked up on every little thing. There’re 1.4 billions that don’t care if you call them chinks.

    But there’s a fine line between legitimate rebuttal and violent in nature. Asians in general have been pretty much minding their own business. But it’s the provocation that riles up their anger. Typically it won’t fly above the radar. After 9/11, Americans have been immune to their government foreign policy. If we take 20 years on average as one generation, there’s a new kind of American generation in 2020s, including Whites, Blacks, Asians that are in complete trance when it comes to foreign policy. The old generation who had had personal or vicarious war experience in 1940s have been vocal in American foreign policy back in the day. It’s a different kind of species these days that 20 years long war is perfectly fine while the rest will starve on American soil and 1% will feed on the remnants.

    Imagine, if there’s news tomorrow that all MSM will pounce on the event that “Chinese coast guards clash with American aircraft carrier in South China Sea”

    Let’s forget for a moment that the event was non-existent or completely hoaxed or faked or which side provokes or whatever. What would you do? You joked around here in Unz, took a jab here and there, having some little fun. It’s alright. But if such an event happened and Biden decides that America will retaliate in kind in South China Sea. What would you do? Don’t think about who has the edge or it’s a saber rattling or who could win a war. Just think about 你会怎么做?. The word “retaliate” arouses the inner nationalistic psyche. You could be up in arms and hashtag #USAUSAUSA

    There’s an apathy in American generations since 9/11 when it comes to foreign policy because this generation has never experienced A WAR before. I can see the possible scenario. Americans will be logging in to Twitter, fight in #hashtag, come to Unz, spew out the nonsense. Yahoo also terminated the comment section since Covid. The entire country is now under Freedom of Speech attack. Force feed the news whether you like it or not. There’s no reaction. There’s no compassion or empathy or living together as a human. I understand this is mainly because of Zion controlled MSM, putting all Americans to sleep. 

    If you don’t get it, here’s the thing. American COAST GUARDS shot 30 rounds of warnings in Persian Gulf. There’s no activism in American soil. So tomorrow if the US decides to go to war in Israel or Lebanon or Iran, you will see Americans will be sleeping on the news. 

    What’s that to do with the earlier scenario, you may ask? 

    It’s because you know more about the Chinese rocket falling into Indian Ocean since the beginning of the return for 3 consecutive days nonstop from MSM while you have no idea Chinese will have 7 minutes of terror tomorrow for their Mars rover launch. Either you rely on foreign press for your sanity or your domestic pressitude will put you into sleep. 

    That’s the bottom line of force feeding you what to think and what to read. 

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    , @showmethereal
  266. @Trinity

    “I mean seriously, of all animals, you gonna do in a cute little defenseless sheep. Keeping with the herd, I could see sacrificing a pesky critter like a bat or a snake, but a sheep? ”

    yes to show the price of sin… you raise that cute little sheep… and have to pick your most perfect one to sacrifice… that’s exactly the point. transgressions cost you something

  267. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @d dan

    I should explain this topic a little more clearly, as some space buffs might find it interesting.

    The Long March 5B that successfully placed the Tianhe space station module into orbit is an impressive rocket, but somewhat unconventional, compared to most rockets that use several discreet stages to boost the payload to orbital speed.

    Typically a rocket like the Falcon 9 or Atlas 5 will use two stages, with a first ‘boost’ stage that gets the rocket up to a high, but still sub-orbital, speed, and then separates and falls back down—and then a second stage that continues accelerating up to the much higher yet orbital speed, while carrying the payload.

    It’s important to note that it is SPEED that is important when trying to reach orbit, since speed is what builds up the centrifugal force on the spacecraft, which counters the force of gravity and keeps the craft circling around the earth in a continuous orbit [about once every 90 minutes in low earth orbit]. So when that first ‘boost’ stage separates, it is not going to reach orbit, because it is not going fast enough, and will simply fall down and burn up in the atmosphere, like any object that might be hurled up into the sky. This is all very predictable as to where it will land.

    That second stage that does carry the payload to orbital velocity WILL reach orbit right alongside the payload itself, so it must be de-orbited by performing an engine burn to slow it down and get it to fall back to earth, again burning up in the atmosphere. Again, getting it into a controlled deorbit lets us know where it will come down.

    On a reusable boost stage like the Falcon 9, it works the same as as the sub-orbital speed conventional boost stage, but it must be able to maneuver itself so it can slow down while falling on its broad side, and then relight its engines once it is close enough to the ground, and going slow enough, that it can set itself down exactly the same way it went up. [Although this consumes a lot of fuel on the way down and thus takes away considerably from maximum payload that can be lifted into orbit]. The second stage that does reach orbital speed cannot be brought back down and landed—it’s simply going too fast, and so burns up as in the fully conventional Falcon.

    With the Long March 5, there is only a core stage that takes the payload right up to orbital velocity. It does this with the help of boosters that strap to the sides and actually provide most of the thrust. Those boosters fall off like a first stage would on a conventional two-stage rocket, and likewise burn up, and fall predictably.

    Long March 5 Y2 at the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Center

    So what happens is that this big core stage, which is the entire rocket seen above, minus the payload at the top, and the side boosters, ends up orbiting also. Now in order to bring this down in a 受控 fashion, it too must be slowed down and deorbited with an engine burn, just like the second stage on a conventional rocket, as discussed above. Only this single core stage is much bigger than any second stage—on the LM5 it is over 160 ft long and weighs 20 tons, which is actually as big as that space station module it put into orbit.

    This deorbit burn didn’t succeed like it was supposed to, and this has already happened previously on one LM5 launch. So clearly they still have some work to do to work the kinks out. Apparently, the big deal is the size of this thing when it becomes uncontrollable space junk—it is supposedly the third-biggest such piece to reenter uncontrolled, behind the 80 ton Skylab in 1979, and the 50-ton Atlas V second stage that launched Skylab and came down in 1975.

    But these things do happen not infrequently as I pointed out. Spaceflight is still the most challenging endeavor possible—the SpaceX Falcon 9 debris mentioned earlier was the result of a similar failure, in this case one of the Merlin engines was unable to relight and deorbit that second stage.

    Still, the regularity with which these uncontrolled reentries happen [to everybody] does not really warrant the seemingly excessive hoopla and finger-pointing surrounding this incident. Hopefully the next flight will see a nice, controlled reentry for this impressive Chinese spacecraft.

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    , @Commentator Mike
  268. @anonymous

    So many English-to-Chinese transliterations sound hilarious when spoken aloud, a linguistic uncanny valley.

  269. HeebHunter 说:
    @Rdm

    Don’t take the amerimutts seriously, more than you would a wild, rabid dog. Nah, a dog is at least dangerous.

    The (((west))) is going into complete degeneracy and devolution, as deserved. You are hearing the last of the barking before amerimutt nominal IQ stabilizes at the Somalian level.

  270. @MarkinLA

    “You can’t quantify who is “ahead” in math because it isn’t a product that actually produces anything for the most part.”

    That is one of the silliest things I’ve heard. Please make sure you got to every R&D department at every US company and tell them to stop recruiting people who did well in math in school. Oh and be careful not to trip over all the foreigners (many of them Chinese).

    “As for semiconductors, China is failing so bad they are trying to hire people from Taiwan Semiconductor to fix their failing and scam filled companies.”

    More silliness. The people in Taiwan are Chinese people. And as for Mainland companies hiring Taiwanese – please again tell all US semiconductor companies to not hire any foreigners or non whites. You might want to ask US companies like Cadence and Synopsis and others why they have R&D offices in China. Go check AMD and Nvidia and ask them how many foreigners (including Chinese whether from the PRC or ROC).

    • 同意: Godfree Roberts
    • 回复: @MarkinLA
  271. HeebHunter 说:
    @Mevashir

    We can only pray that the Chinese will be compassionate to us and not give us the wrath that we deserve.

    With the huwhite nationalists on UNZ’s comment section, you would do well to kiss that hope goodbye already. You would think the kike lovers on (((breibart))) were bad enough.

    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  272. @Marckus

    新闻快讯: A pressure vessel, which came from the second stage of a Falcon 9 rocket, fell onto a farm in central Washington, local authorities reported April 2, 2021. A piece of debris from a SpaceX launch has turned up on someone’s farm in central Washington, local authorities reported Friday (April 2) — about one week after the falling rocket debris sparked reports of “shooting stars” the U.S. Pacific Northwest.

    新闻快讯: All remnants from the first and second stages of traditional launch vehicles return to Earth in an uncontrolled manner. And all countries conducting such practice track the falling pieces and calculate their trajectories as China does. The main problem is that the debris of the upper stage of the rocket may cause a small amount of debris, but the probability of causing harm is very small. However, this problem has not been finally solved by any country.

    ‘Comet-like’ or ‘serious threat’?

    In stark contrast to media reports on China’s rocket debris, burning rocket remnants of the second stage of the US SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which crashed on a farm in Washington state in March, were described by media like Associated Press as “leaving comet-like trails” as the vessel streaked across the Pacific Northwest sky.

    The different descriptions of the two rockets reflects the double standards adopted by some Western forces in the way China is treated, said Song, as “they are not really worried about causing harm to people, but since it’s a Chinese rocket, they have politicized the matter, put a label on it and then hyped it.”

    • 谢谢: showmethereal
  273. @Rdm

    Speak of the media and the South China Sea… Look at this. Indonesia and China (who do have a dispute around the Natuna Islands) – held joint naval operations… According to the MSM and some on here – all countries in South East Asia hate China and want the US to control China. Yet Indonesia and Singapore and Thailand and Malaysia have all had joint naval drills with China in just the past few years (and Thailand even buys naval ships from China). So it doesn’t match their narrative.

    https://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy/article/3132821/china-indonesia-hold-joint-naval-exercises-near-jakarta

    Look at the pathetic way the 5 Eyes Australian press covered it with their slant:

    https://www.smh.com.au/world/asia/as-china-freezes-out-australia-the-superpower-befriends-indonesia-20210510-p57qjf.html

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  274. Rdm 说:
    @FB

    I think what’s missing here is either active or passive deorbit. Chinese Space Agency would have implemented the active deorbit but somehow lost the control. So they deployed the passive deorbit, which is basically “uncontrolled” but at least you can deploy the drag sail and retard the drag to monitor the landing site. There was an apparent lack of CSA on detailing the deorbit maneuver but just an assurance of minimal risk in landing.

    I gathered that there was an overwhelming jealousy of the US on Chinese Space Station (CSS). It’s not the CSS module itself, but the ability of China to launch itself after getting snubbed to join the ISS. Even the US needs to rely on Russian spacecraft to carry the astronauts. So when the SpaceX was launching many rockets recently and a successful manned shuttle to ISS, they couldn’t contain their joy while dissing on Chinese achievement.

    The other observation I gathered from SpaceX was this showed how faked the moon landing was. One would not simply overjoy from sending astronauts to LEM after 50 years just because SpaceX works, provided that one has achieved the most significant milestone in space exploration, sending men to the moon. My take on this space exploration is, China now holds the trump card on moon landing. They’re biding their time. There’s no use in revealing the fake landing yet. They have sent Chang’e 2, 3, 4, 5. Anyway, this would be in another thread when I feel like writing about it.

    • 回复: @FB
  275. @Achmed E. Newman

    Mr. Newman, only the Protestants are being run underground. It’s been a banner year for Catholicism after Pope Francis solved the CPC input on bishoprics issue. I go to mass in Dalian every Sunday without issue, along with my wife and daughters.

    Frankly, China should take cues from the Portuguese inquisition and auto-da-fe every Protestant in the country like the Jesuits did in Macau. Burn them and their American missionaries at the stake to the jeering crowds of Catholics and soon-to-be Catholics.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  276. @Polistra

    Some Chinese take a polite interest in the Jews. The most Jew-obsessed people are, of course, the Jews themselves.

  277. @showmethereal

    EVERY fakestream media story re. China in Austfailia MUST BE and IS negative. As far as the local presstitute vermin are concerned China is a Communist Hell-hole, in which NOTHING good ever happens, and the CCP are ‘the New Nazis’. NO deviation is permitted anymore, save from the occasional guest offering a slightly less Manichean view of Chinese perfidy. That this Evil hate-machine has the filthy audacity to call itself a ‘Free Press’ is more laughable than nauseating-but not by much.

  278. @Marckus

    Read the vulgar race hatred, and smell the FEAR. The White Boss don’t like being outdone, does he?

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Marckus
  279. MarkinLA 说:
    @showmethereal

    That is one of the silliest things I’ve heard. Please make sure you got to every R&D department at every US company and tell them to stop recruiting people who did well in math in school. Oh and be careful not to trip over all the foreigners (many of them Chinese).

    And this is the stupidest thing I have ever heard unless it is more of Roberts idiotic propaganda. Just having more people with math degrees doesn’t mean you are “ahead”, whatever the hell that means. There are plenty of virtually useless PhD dissertations. What matters in math as in any science is quality and that is near impossible to quantify.

    Somehow having an R&D office in China means something about leadership? I bet they have them in India as well. China is nowhere close to the lead in semiconductor manufacturing technology.

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @showmethereal
  280. denk 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    UNZ’s resident big mouth is on steroid , playing his gawd damned broken record ….

    China an Orwellian nightmare

    反恐战争 that’ve killed 20M and displaced another 37M since 2001.

    Over Two hundreds Threat reduction labs worldwide, where deadly virus were manipulated and weaponised,

    Rule based coalition aka the [[[five liars]]] violated every single rule in the international law charter

    世界的 no 1 rogue state appoints itself the global sheriff.

    世界的 no 1 genocidist appoints itself the champion of human rights.

    The coaliton of genocidists who killed 20M and displacing another 40M Muslims..., sanction China over fraudulant charge of ‘uighurs genocide’

    howzat for peak Orwellian nightmare,
    ahmad. ?

    • 同意: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  281. @denk

    howzat for peak Orwellian nightmare, ahmad. ?

    I’d say you’re confusing out-of-control Feral Gov’t run empire with an Orwellian State. Have you even read George Orwell’s 1984? It may not be available where you are in China.

    • 回复: @denk
    , @HeebHunter
  282. @Supply and Demand

    好吧,随着 所谓的弗朗西斯教皇 at the helm, China’s got a lot in common with the Roman Catholic church now. It’s a match made in Commie hell.

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  283. denk 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    YOu never heard of Orwellian newspeak ?
    Go read the Animal Farm !

    展品Z

    XNUMXD压花不锈钢板 世界警察 committed hundreds of naked aggression, aka Supreme International Crimes since ww2.

    chief American prosecutor, Robert Jackson in Nuremberg trial…

    侵略战争“是至高无上的国际罪行,它与其他战争罪行的不同之处仅在于其内部包含着累积的整体罪恶。”

    the tribunals would certainly be a farce if the United States failed to apply the Nuremberg standards to itself in the future.

    https://www.countercurrents.org/kantar300408.htm

    中国菜谱

    又错了 天才
    How many times must I educate you morons, chicoms seldom rant in western forums, if ever.

    • 同意: acementhead
  284. Fred ‘China is awesome man’ Reed.
    Really. Another one.
    打哈欠。

  285. HeebHunter 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    I’m not your gay black boyfriend down the street. Shoo, shoo.

    Oh, and the video is also 5 years old. You are like 6 time zones behind your own ass. The band would be at least 60% negroes by now. Or 60% “hispanic whites” , LOL

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  286. HeebHunter 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    这是您在撰写的有关中国的所有明显令人羡慕的旅行中最搞笑的事情。

    All the good, sane people here know that China doesn’t put you away for the Holohoax or having a Stalag copy of Mein Kampf. Heh, they probably bootlegged a few millions copies of 1984.

    Wait, you are going to say “ten cent” now.

    WHO is paying YOU, ACHMED (lol)? I bet you don’t even have an iota of European blood in you. Did you pray 5 times yesterday? Why are you propagating kike propaganda on Ramadan, ACHMED?

    China banning 1984, heh. Like they are even afraid of western poison. The poison that choked an entire civilizational sphere. Thankfully some of us and the rest of the world are immune.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @denk
  287. HeebHunter 说:
    @MarkinLA

    Somehow having an R&D office in China means something about leadership? I bet they have them in India as well. China is nowhere close to the lead in semiconductor manufacturing technology.

    They, the chinese, couldn’t give less of a shit about “the lead”. They just want the damn patents. And with how many of their ethnic people everywhere from top R&D to the coffee guys, they are effectively learning at no cost. And after enough time, they can develop on their own, without the dreaded baizou.

    This is why we stopped having nice things. Wake the fuck up.

    Tsch.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  288. Spect3r 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I agree the West doesn’t produce anything anymore, but as you also say, we just stopped buying good things and started buying cheap.
    Is not only in the US, we in Europe followed the same path. And in the process, we destroyed every industry we had.

    But it’s not only with cheap stuff neither.
    I sell cars (insert joke about how much we scam people :D), not only they do 1/4 of the millage they used to, as also when they break you can no longer find someone that “fixes” whatever it broke, now they just “replace” it.
    Nothing is to be fixed anymore.
    There no longer exist engines capable of doing 1 million Kilometers/Milles and still going on strong.

    That Chinese Ph.D. story is priceless LOL

  289. denk 说:
    @HeebHunter

    UNZ’s ‘China expert’ Ahmad once again shows that he knows 坚果 about China..

    施泰因伯格费尔德维茨科恩

    Fred ‘China is awesome man’ Reed.
    Really. Another one.
    打哈欠。

    For those uninitiated, steincohen is the clown who warn Malla
    the ‘indian’…

    China is gonna get you soon.
    take care bro.

    [is it mandatory that idiots like this always choose an equally stupid hander ?]

    spect3r

    That Chinese Ph.D. story is priceless LOL

    新手,
    Do you know why ahmad is UNZ’s resident 被打破的记录 ?

    cuz he spew the same old crap traps in every thread on China.

    Wow, those chicoms technies are soooo clumsy that the entire ENA are wetting their trousers, ganging up to fight 一种 company…Huawei
    哈哈 !

    Wait a min, they seem to be ditching the CAI , while replacing china with india as new pardner ?

    祝你好运。

    呵呵呵呵

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  290. @FB

    Perhaps on a relevant thread you could write something about the Israeli 铁穹 defence system and its effectiveness. Increasingly Syrian, Hamas (and maybe Hezbollah) missiles seem to be penetrating it. You have previously made very valuable comments on air defences and missiles, and I’m sure others would like to read your analysis of this topical issue.

    • 回复: @FB
  291. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Rdm

    I think what’s missing here is either active or passive deorbit.

    I’m not sure what you are talking about here. There is no other means to deorbit a rocket stage than what I already described, which is to relight the engines and slow the stage down to below orbital speed. This is done by first flipping it around so its engine is firing opposite to the direction it’s flying.

    The concept of a ‘passive’ deorbit system is something like a drag sail—but this is applicable 仅由 to very small satellites and not rocket stages.

    Drag can work in low earth orbit because there are enough air molecules still floating around up there that, cumulatively, and over a long period of time, the craft will slow down enough [since each molecule collision reduces the craft’s momentum by a tiny amount] that its orbit will decay and it will eventually fall to earth. Without any such drag devices this natural decay happens in usually less than 25 years, depending on the ballistic coefficient of the craft, which is basically a measure of its ‘streamlining’ analogous to drag coefficient in atmospheric terms.

    But these passive drag systems are ONLY for use on the satellites [payload] themselves, not the spent rocket stages. In addition, some active systems are now starting to be used for sats—with various schemes being explored. But this is for sat end-of-life deorbiting, where you want to get this space junk down in a controlled manner or put it in a graveyard orbit where it is not going to interfere with any active sats.

    Small orbital rocket stages are often just left up there…this has been the case with a number of SpaceX flights, including the first five Falcon 9 flights and several of the earlier, smaller Falcon 1s. [So yes, we see a lot of hypocrisy here, including from Nasa raising a big hullabaloo about LM5]

    It should also be noted that all of this is for low earth orbit [LEO] where you have the possibility of de-orbiting a rocket stage as long you have sufficient fuel left for the required engine burn. In higher orbits like GTO [geostationary transfer orbit], the rocket stages are just left to decay on their own, and they usually do in a few months, since this is a highly elliptical orbit where the craft passes only a couple of hundred kilometers from the earth on its periapsis [and thousands of kilometers away on its farthest point [apoapsis]. As it comes around on its closest pass it scrubs against the few air molecules up there and eventually loses speed. But again, this results in a completely uncontrolled reentry, just like LM5, so you don’t really know where it’s going to come down, until the last minute.

    But most LEO missions do successfully complete a deorbit burn and are able to bring the stage down in a controlled and predictable way. This way you know exactly where it will come down and you will notify the civil air transport authorities who will issue a NOTAM, which is a global notice to airmen that is important info about airspace that is instantly available everywhere once issued. Here’s a notam that was issued for CRS3, which was a commercial resupply mission to the ISS:

    There is way too much space junk up there, about 7,500 tons by Nasa estimates. Fortunately the sky is very big and there is actually little chance of collisions, even with that many pieces [approaching one million]. Nearly every space shot results in some debris left up there, even if they get the rocket to de-orbit successfully, because some pieces are meant to fall off, for instance when the payload separates from the rocket stage, those fasteners are blown off and they become space junk.

    So we are starting to pay more attention to trying to reduce this ‘littering.’ A good Nasa overview here:

    Deorbit Systems

    • 谢谢: Rdm
  292. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Commentator Mike

    Thanks Mike. Will try to put something together. I have been taking note of a lot of the very poor performance of the US Patriot system, where we have seen some quite spectacular failures involving Houthi attacks on Saudia.

    Air defense is technically very challenging, and it looks like the US has not really produced very capable equipment. I have less direct info on the Israeli systems, but I would suppose that they are largely based on US basic technology. I think a technical deep dive into the subject is warranted.

    • 谢谢: Commentator Mike
  293. @Achmed E. Newman

    Mr. Newman, unless you’ve got an army of condottieri on hand to depose him, he is indeed the Pope. Much like how Joe Biden is the president, and Derek Chauvin is guilty.

    The fact that I’m more aware of this behind the firewall speaks volume for your mental state.

    I’d wager that Pope Francis is certainly the best Pope since Leo, the writer of Rerum Novarum.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  294. Rurik 说:
    @Marckus

    ,,, but I believe that in everything there is a tipping point where people take and take and finally get completely fed up. I feel that pointing is coming, maybe not soon but it will.

    perhaps in a way the world is finally becoming fed up with the Jewish supremacists in Palestine tormenting those pitiable people.

    There’s a noticeable new tenor to the outrages currently being perpetrated, that I didn’t glimmer before. Maybe due in some small part to Biden being pres. Perhaps there’s even a silver lining to that.

    But before the tipping point comes to the Western world, they will have done a lot of irreparable damage. Perhaps leading inevitably to the eventual death of Western civilization and its people, who don’t seem to have the stuff to resist their collective destruction anymore.

    Sort of what they did in Ukraine in the 1930s, and now they rule that region as their own private fiefdom. Only instead of mass-starvation like they used in Ukraine, they’re using ‘diversity’ to destroy the West.

    Who knows.. I guess we’ll see. Or not, perhaps it will be sorted out decades from now when we’re long gone.

    As for your words of encouragement, thank you for that. It always helps to feel like our efforts are appreciated and perhaps even make a difference. I’d truly like to think so, in any case.

    And your comments are often a grin and definitely also appreciated. Sometimes a genuine laugh.

    Especially as Fredo does his rote Mexican/Chinese genuflecting and servile gushing. (its embarrassing)

    I have nothing against Mexico or China, (other than too many of them are here), but I don’t understand the need to rhetorically slobber over rival ethnicities and nations, especially when Fred used to write so poignantly about the American experience of his youth, with a charming defense of those days and that culture.

    Now he sounds like a paid shill, and it’s sort of disheartening.

    干杯。

    (0ff for a few days)

  295. @Supply and Demand

    I’m not Catholic, buddy, so it’s not my job to do anything about so-called Pope Francis. My comment was made to mention that he is the usual liberation theology Commie scum that you get often out of South America.

    I’d wager that Pope Francis is certainly the best Pope since Leo, the writer of Rerum Novarum.

    Just plain retarded…

    OK, if it makes you feel better, yes, Pope Francis is the best Pope there’s been in a long time… for the Moslems and the atheists, that is. He is doing nothing to help Europe, where Christianity (including Roman Catholicism) used to flourish.

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  296. HeebHunter 说:
    @denk

    The “saxons” are waking up all right. If this is the morning wood these “saxons” are talking about, you know, how they all are going to be angry and shit, you bet the Jews and the Chinese are hiding under their beds, LOL!

    It is going to be Children of Men all over the (((West))) now. Maybe I should consider joining their goons, if I can’t make a deal with the Chinese or Russian agents.

    Oh, and that 1984 cover looks like typical bootleg Chinese style, kek. The funny thing about Achmed and other low IQ boomers is that you don’t even need to think about what they say to conclude they are full of crap. Every pore of their carcasses is just pushing out (((vileness))). They are truly cursed.

  297. HeebHunter 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    Lol, you can’t even come up with something witty to say?

    How about this, you search that band again for THIS year or last year and show us the racial composition of it, KEK

    Troll tagging. What a fossil you are 😂

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  298. @Achmed E. Newman

    I’m not Catholic, buddy, so it’s not my job to do anything about so-called Pope Francis.

    I’m Catholic and it’s not my job either! So what’s the deal with implying he’s not actually Pope?

    The people who usually disputed such things were Italian princes with an army at their back. Was your mother’s maiden name Orsini or Sforza by chance?

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  299. @HeebHunter

    GeneralRipper is quite obsessed with the virility of the Southern men. That would most likely make him a homosexual, or worse — a woman with an opinion outside of the domestic realm.

    Either way, both categories are sufficient grounds to discard xir’s opinions or mock them.

    • 同意: HeebHunter
    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  300. @Supply and Demand

    He’s the so-called Pope.

    Real Popes have had huge orgies back in the day, sold indulgences (basically forgiveness from God for cash), and done all manner of things anything but Holy. This fuckin’ guy has invited Moslems into Europe, encouraged immigration in general, and thinks he’s Mr. Climatologist, pushing for economic damage to the Western world.

    Orgies are one thing. Selling indulgences … not cool, Kyle. Destroying your own culture and religion: You are no Pope, then – you’re nothing but a destructive Commie.

    • 同意: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  301. @MarkinLA

    Where did Roberts say China leads the globe in semiconductors??? You can’t read well then… So math isn’t the problem. It clearly said SOME specific applications… I will quote it and then you can read it yourself again:

    “China is ahead of the world in some integrated circuit applications, such as chips for advanced video transcoding and crypto-mining; and in some broader categories, including some types of memory technology, ”

    He also provided you a source… And yes companies do have R&D in India. Guess what… They have to do well in math too. Go to any US semiconductor office in the US and you will see loads of Indians and Chinese… They all know math.

    As to the lead in semiconductor manufacturing technology – the US leads in tools such as LAM Research… But when it comes to chemicals Japan is at the lead. I saw NO ONE EVER say China leads the world in semiconductor manufacturing – but it is a FACT that the most advanced are made in Taiwan – which are in fact Chinese people. That’s why it is easier to recruit them to move there than other places. That’s a simple fact. The US is scared and is trying everything possible to block China in the semiconductor market (even strong arming the pathetic DPP government in Taiwan to make it illegal to allow recruiters in the semiconductor industry to advertise who are from the Mainland). Why? Chinese are good at math is why. The same talent in Taiwan exists in the mainland by a magnitude of 20. If they get experience from their Taiwan brethren (which they have been for a decade) – they are scared that even blocking Huawei won’t work… Which in the long run it won’t…. Whether you want to believe it or not – there are Mainland Chinese companies who now ARE at the cutting edge in the semiconductor supply chain – and this is only after a decade of real effort. It is fact whether you like it or not:
    https://www.elinfor.com/news/the-first-chinese-5nm-plasma-chromatography-has-passed-validation-of-tsmc-to-be-the-worlds-first-5nm-process-p-10974

    But just as they have the “de-fund the police” movement in the US – maybe you should start a “de-fund the math department” in the US. Oh wait – US students are already behind in math… Which is why the US tech industry relies on so many foreigners – who do well at math.

    • 回复: @T. Rebon
  302. T. Rebon 说:
    @Jeffrey A Freeman

    “China brutally executes women for political crimes.”

    The UShithole bombs everone and kills everone who is in the way of his pureness of evil, sanctions and starve the innocent people and operates “freedom camps” like Guantanamo.

    Not a fan of, simply because i am a human, not a starsstripesprangled monster naming themselve patriots.

    • 回复: @Anonymous
  303. Rdm 说:

    China rovers Zhurong has successfully landed on Mars surface.

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @GeneralRipper
  304. T. Rebon 说:
    @showmethereal

    “China is ahead of the world in some integrated circuit applications,

    Shure, nobody can do everything. But did you see how it evolves? I am working in this area as an developer. Today i send a bunch of boards to a chinese company, assembly included. They are way faster than anyone else in the world – an i know a lot of- to a fraction of the costs. Est. (and proofed) arrival in 2 weeks shipping included.

    1 hour technical clearance (2 mails), now everything is in production. The quality is 80% of german/europe companies i work also with, but more than enough for industrial devices.

    Such a few years ago i used them only for prototypes. The quality was lousy easy to change the copper traces which is good on prototypes. But that has gone in a few years.

    I use chinese controllers with an nearly unbelievable price/perfomance ratio. The new ones are obvious noncopy, based on own engenering and are reliable similar to US and EU products.

    They have closed the gap very fast and didn`t stopped then.

    Do Americans really believe they can rule the world with some Websites like Amazon and a rusty fleet?

    • 同意: HeebHunter
    • 谢谢: FB
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @showmethereal
  305. @Achmed E. Newman

    Destroying your own culture and religion

    The “culture” here is Universal, Catholic (bit of redundancy here) Tradition, which Francis has actually expanded and codified more here in China to allow the religion to be practiced with the full support of the government. Popes are supposed to codify and direct the practice of the faithful — that’s literally what most of the early Popes spent their reigns doing — holding synods and councils to that effect.

    As far as “inviting Moslems into Europe” — the Pope is a sovereign. How many Moslem refugees are living in the state he stewards?

    Get real, Achmed. Blaming the Pope for the sundown of the West is one of the most foolish takes you’ve ever put to print. In fact, he’s acting as a sort of Byzantine knowledge preserver. As the West burns, the East will preserve and guide the new Millennium through Asians. Per official Religious Affairs Bureau figures, there were 450,000 conversions to the Catholic faith from 2019-2020.

    Where else is Holy Mother Church doing those sort of numbers? Certainly not in Protestant Trannymerica.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @Achmed E. Newman
  306. @Jeffrey A Freeman

    You racist Zionazi thugs certainly enjoy lying, don’t you.

  307. HeebHunter 说:
    @T. Rebon

    (((The West))) is entering Wakanda mode. Just pure fantasy now, no substance.

  308. HeebHunter 说:
    @Rdm

    Haha, somebody calls an ambulance on standby for Maccuck, ACHMED and the rest of the hick club on UNZ, please.

    They are all going to drop dead from blood pressure over this.

  309. Jeff 说:
    @Marckus

    Your comments read like they’re from somebody who has never been to China.

    • 回复: @Marckus
  310. @Supply and Demand

    You’re mighty slow this morning, S&D. I’m not blaming the so-called Pope alone for the “sundown of the West”. He’s not doing any good though and actively helping to destroy it. Is that what they pay him the big bucks for?

    BTW, how many Africans were born during that ’19 to ’20 period when there were 450,000 conversions, 10 million?

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  311. @Achmed E. Newman

    Catholicism sprung up in a few Greek cities before becoming the dominant faith of the Roman Empire in 3 centuries. We’ve played the long game more than once and made quite a good show of it.

    Things have been set in motion that neither you nor I will see the full fruition of while on this earth. I know this troubles you as a Libertarian Secular Jew, because you believe in nothing but hedonism of the here and now. 450,000 is a springboard for millions, all with the complete assent of the CCP.

    Catholicism will triumph, and it will do so in tandem with the great Chinese monolith in diamentric opposition of the heretical Protestant and Heathen Jew Trannymericans.

  312. @Rdm

    打哈欠。

    Been there, done that a LONG time ago…lol

    1976 to be exact. America’s Bicentennial.

    Even an America in precipitous decline EASILY outclasses ANYTHING remotely comparable in Chink space exploration.

    https://www.nasa.gov/redplanet/viking.html

    As I stated before, you silly dinks are nothing more than enthusiastic amateurs.

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @last straw
  313. @Supply and Demand

    The “Chinese Catholic Church” is a State controlled sham and everyone knows it. Bergoglio doesn’t give a shit because that fat fag is a corrupt and compromised Commie himself.

    Keep pretending otherwise with your faux pious pronouncements, if it makes you feel good, sweetheart…lol

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
    • 哈哈: Supply and Demand
    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  314. @GeneralRipper

    I’ll take the state controlled one over the Jew controlled Protestantism, Ripper.

    I suspected that you were indeed homosexual, thank you for confirming it with the “sweetheart” pronouncement.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  315. @Supply and Demand

    全部 about you, and your expat buddies is phony as phuck. Why would your “Catholicism” be any different?

    I suspected that you were indeed homosexual, thank you for confirming it with the “sweetheart” pronouncement.

    And now we see the frustration surfacing…lol

    I like to refer to you loathsome creatures as 爱人darlin’ precisely because you sound an awful lot like hysterical little girls with your burning hatred for ordinary Americans.

  316. And now we see the frustration surfacing…lol

    typical homosexual projection.

    I like to refer to you loathsome creatures as sweetheart and darlin’ precisely because you sound an awful lot like hysterical little girls with your burning hatred for ordinary Americans.

    You must be a big hit in the bath-houses with this logic.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  317. Marckus 说:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Fear of what ? You Chinks dont even have the nuts to invade shitty little Taiwan. All you do is fly over the place or fly around it. Know why, because the day you do, you, China and every little Slope like you would be converted to sand. Shit, one day soon you may be a part of the silicone in Kardashian’s black ass. Even the Jiggaboos have twigged to your people and beat them up for fun.

    Get real Chinkey Poo, we are the boss, we are in charge and whether you like it or not, Chinks are here to do as they are told. That is the way it was, the way it is and the way it will always be. Whitey is in control ! Chinks must also serve the Niggaz picking up the trash, soda cans and bottles in Harlem………to sell…and hopefully buy some noodles. What a disgusting little race you all are.

    Your fag homie Chinaman got punked off this site. All Chinks are toilet paper and I shit on all of you LOL

    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @vox4non
  318. Marckus 说:
    @Supply and Demand

    We’ve played the long game more than once and made quite a good show of it.

    You are quite correct. In 4000 years you invented the rickshaw, the sedan chair, paper lantern, the bamboo rice bowl and still eat with wooden sticks like monkeys. You even look like pet apes.

    In 4000 years it never even entered your minds that perhaps a horse might do a better job pulling a rickshaw compared to some half starved Chinaman.

    Do you really believe the shit you write or do you comment to show your innate ability toward retardation ? You guys are a race of losers. Better pull your socks up or you will be at the bottom like the Blacks.

    The Long Game my white arse !

    • 回复: @Supply and Demand
  319. Marckus 说:
    @Jeff

    Been there more times than you.

    Stayed at the Atlantis Sanya and delighted in squatting down over a hole in my hotel room. Had a nice shit though. The Chinks are right……. I had a complete bowel evacuation. .

    Nevertheless I still miss my regular toilet. It is a travesty that the Crapper is hundreds of years old and these people still use holes in the ground.

    If YOU ever go there check out the hotel (if you can afford it) and ask the Manager for a sample of my intestinal gold. Hell, they should put a piece in the Museum and I am sure that given his low wage he would be happy to sell you a piece of Marckus’ golden loaf LOL

  320. @Supply and Demand

    Catholicism will triumph, and it will do so in tandem with the great Chinese monolith in diamentric opposition of the heretical Protestant and Heathen Jew Trannymericans.

    That’s just too stupid for even you, which I guess is just more of the trolling that I’d though you’d cut out. Hey, it’s awful fun to eat popcorn over in your bug-out hole there with your guanxi family connections, seeing the shitshow that is American under Cult-Rev 2.0. It reminds me of our OP here, who spends all his writing trashing all things American because that makes him feel better about his decision to bug out*.

    Yeah, you can make ridiculous remarks on the internet, like that above, to waste people’s time in rebutting them. I’ve got some time, so why not? The CCP will absolutely not tolerate a competing organized religion to theirs. Catholicism in China will go nowhere, unless it stays deep underground. That’s getting tougher by the year as China implements 1984 – 2.0, this time with better electronics.

    .

    * I’m not saying I blame him for the bugging-out part. Were I a guy with no family, I would consider somewhere like VietNam. As I’ve told both of you before, get your money into other assets than the US\$, the sooner the better.

  321. HeebHunter 说:
    @Marckus

    we are the boss, we are in charge

    😂😂😂

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  322. HeebHunter 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    Been there, done that a LONG time ago …lol

    LONG time ago

    😂😂😂
    This is some wakanda level shit.

    Muttmerica will end neither in a whimper or a bang, but a fart.

    • 哈哈: GeneralRipper
  323. @Marckus

    I’m ethnically Hungarian, religiously Catholic, born in America, expatriated to China. You appear to have mistaken me for an ethnic Chinese. Sad! You clearly worked hard on that Marckus.

    “playing the long game” was representing Catholicism, not China.

    • 哈哈: GeneralRipper
  324. M5959 说:

    I like the way Fred writes but his analysis often lacks any optimism and the facts offer little context. Everything is always crap and he loathes the military. Meh. I am optimistic that our country will bounce back from the nitwits running it now and frankly I think we have several aces up our sleeves. Not too worry folks the United States remains the greatest country on earth and will so for many, many years to come.

  325. @T. Rebon

    I will take your word for it as I don’t work in the industry – lol. I only read about it. But you are absolutely correct that no country can do everything. That’s why it is silly to try to block China. I mean we see the talk of China beginning to assemble it’s space station on this thread – and now just yesterday China’s probe that had been orbiting Mars for months just safely landed. Freezing China out of the space station and working with NASA did nothing to stop China. I don’t get why Washington DC insists on making enemies – including China.

    • 回复: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  326. @showmethereal

    Trying to bully China into submission was the Yankee Reich’s greatest ever error. Every time they ban Chinese purchases of their equipment, they only raise their trade deficit, and make the Chinese produce their own, which are soon superior to the US original. The Chinese have gotten away, technologically and scientifically. The USA can no longer bully them into surrender, so all that is left is malignant hate propaganda of truly Evil degree, like the entirely fraudulent ‘genocide in Xinjiang’ filth. At least that shows just how widespread is diabolical race hatred and fear in Western ‘elites’.

  327. last straw 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    1976 to be exact. America’s Bicentennial.

    Americans doing not much more than thumb twiddling for 50 years and watching China to catch up is not something to be proud of.

    • 回复: @GeneralRipper
  328. @last straw

    Americans doing very many great and good things is something to be proud of.

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  329. T. Rebon 说:

    Thanks, it is just one view from someone on the internet. But let me take it for another position.

    Space technology is not the top edge of technology. It relies on very rugged and conservative systems. You have to develop parts “against your will” and take all the risks in it because nobody make parts you cannot use on this beautiful planet.

    Further, a developer “sees” the level of construction just by looking at it. The current US rover “Perseverance” is a high sophisticated part of technology. A beauty of construction and you can see the level of experience and the social and production structure behind it at a glance.

    The Chinese part is way more at Lunochod level than in that league. So what can China give back to the other nations? Despite the fact that they try to spy everything and don’t let others participate on their own achievements? Excluding them at that area (not in all areas) is a necessity, not an aggression against an peaceful nation (maybe somebody observed one on earth sometimes).

    “You never know what’s behind the smile” and “Chinese are only satisfied when you are laying on the ground” are sides of this culture i learned in far east from experienced Expats. Surely not in normal bilateral business but on the meta level. Just to be not misunderstood, at that level the US is imo a predatory bunch of madness where the people i know are simply nice too.

    Ontopic: Biggest failure people do is imo writing developments straight into the future. This is the case in climate (between the new ice age fearmongering to the actual heat ball panic are only a few decades) and the same in economy. From the Japanese century – because the made the best cameras and good cars ( i am german 😉 ) – now to a Chinese superpower.

    They will get there place in the world, surely. But at one point they cannot copy anymore, have to develop there own and to defend it. That needs energy. Actual there is no technological breakthrough as e.g the transistor and integrated circuits (ICs) was. So they have to compete in a field where others are better, development and invention. Making new ICs is not invention, it is the logical combination any developed area can do.

    and btw: the German “Magnetschwebebahn” the predecessor of the Chinese (they bought it and the patents) was ceased because it was not possible to balance the magnet field to the inevitable changes on the track (e.g from sediment shift) which caused vibration. At high speed there were serious injuries of the passengers (namely concussions). Despite of the high energy costs it was way to expensive in control and maintenance this. This was not “openly communicated” but i think the people ho told me are serious.

    Maybe they can handle this, maybe not. We will see.

    • 回复: @FB
    , @Rdm
    , @Mulga Mumblebrain
  330. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @T. Rebon

    太空技术不是技术的最高优势。

    I don’t think you understand aerospace technology. It is by far the very pinnacle of human technological and scientific achievement. This is not cranking out iphones and circuit boards, which are an interesting gadget, but basically consumer junk.

    先进的火箭发动机中使用的工程,材料科学,化学热力学和流体动力学是人类从未想过的任何其他机器所无法比拟的。 差远了。 那只是航空航天技术的一部分。

    在某些环境中,即使存在微小的错误也可能意味着即时死亡,而且肯定没有生命有机体,因此存在生命支持系统。 精确导航了两千英里外的航天器,它们以每小时近20万英里的速度汇合在一起,进行对接演习。 需要从低地球轨道以18,000 mph的大气重入速度进行精确的制导和控制,而执行月球返回任务的速度要远高于25,000 mph。 超过2,500 C的折返温度比最先进的超级合金的熔化温度高数百度。

    Even a space toilet is a huge engineering challenge [the Apollo program didn’t have one]. Every single piece and component is a bundle of huge engineering challenges that often defy the laws of physics. And there are literally THOUSANDS of such problems to solve even to get a man to low earth orbit.

    外星漫游者实际上是最简单的部分,没有比无线电遥控玩具卡车更具挑战性。 但是,要使该航天器到达数百万英里之外的行星上并在地面上轻轻降落,就需要一种推进系统,该系统要比流动站本身更具挑战性几个数量级。

    You seem to have a professional familiarity with industrial electronics…I suggest you refrain from making judgements about a technology area that you are not familiar with on a professional level.

    • 同意: Rdm
    • 谢谢: showmethereal
    • 回复: @Jazman
    , @T.Rebon
  331. Jazman 说:
    @FB

    Thank you for this answer and explanation about Rover

    • 回复: @FB
  332. Rdm 说:
    @T. Rebon

    I was about to write a similar take on the space exploration as FB. Since he has detailed, I’m skipping the same opinion as his. Either it’s China or the US or any nations of that matter, when it comes to space, it’s the mankind achievement. As one comment from Chinese website says

    We are only known as humans once we go out into space. Space does not know your race. We should collaborate in space exploration.

    This is the kind of sentiment spreading among young Chinese. It’s not only the technical aspect of the spacecraft; it paved a new powerful, inspiring era for billions of younger generations, especially Chinese if you will. If 50% of Chinese population (~ 750,000,000) believe that they can be contributing to space exploration, it opens up many venues; schools of engineering, astrophysics, thermodynamics, computer vision, machine learning and others. Once those scholars believe in something, you create an osmotic environment where they’re internally consuming their products and advancing in said fields.

    I have no doubt that Americans, if represented by European descendants, will be willing to collaborate gradually. There’s no question that Chinese government wants better for their citizens and so does American’s for hers. But the reality is, Americans are now in complete trance when it comes to national policies, infrastructure, education but the government is held hostage by you know who. Right in front of our eyes, we are force fed with daily rituals of AOC lipsticks and Liz Cheney grievance. If you’re lucky, you’ll get Ted and AOC petty fight. Greta Thunberg is your consolation prize.

    Now CA universities are dropping SAT and ACT in their admission while de Blasio NY is pushing Stuyvesant to admit more subpar students to ready for next generation of PC scholars. This is not serving Americans better. This is not American interest at all in any sense.

    • 谢谢: showmethereal
  333. @Ignatius

    “中国制造”

    Quality scales. It is however much you are willing to pay for. I find that I can usually find a similar quality Chinese product for 30% of the price of american one.

    Take my recent purchase. My boots would have cost me 700\$ easily in the USA. Found a custom boot maker in China, was quoted 180\$ with 20\$ shipping. Took my measurements, boots were made within 7 days( american companies like nicks were telling me it would take 3+ months). The boots were damn near perfect. I got it in less than 3 weeks, shipping time included. I could have gotten a custom-made boot in less than a week if I was in China.

    That is quality and speed. This is what Fred means by the Chinese are a commercial people.

    • 同意: showmethereal
    • 回复: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  334. HeebHunter 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    On mass interracial breeding is something all amerimutts should be proud of.

    • 同意: Supply and Demand
    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  335. HeebHunter 说:
    @Rdm

    I have no doubt that Americans, if represented by European descendants, will be willing to collaborate gradually.

    It must be hard trying to stay positive and make excuses for a nation of despicable subhuman golems. This comment section shows us that the amerimutt experiment will end logically as it should.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper, Clyde
    • 回复: @Rdm
  336. Anonymous[303]• 免责声明 说:
    @T. Rebon

    Ashli Babbit didn’t even have the saving grace of receiving a verbal warning.

    She received a summary execution – in other words, murder – by a big, fat six foot negro in the employ of DC authorities. That a blatantly racial animus – which is always the case with blacks when they have power and opportunity – was involved is certain.

    Reminds of that famous 1960s Vietnam photograph of a Viet Cong suspect getting his brains blown out by a South Vietnamese police chief.

    Remember, in that case, the lefties bawled their eyes out and wet their panties.
    Fast forward to 2021 – you can hear the lefty snickering over Babbit – ” Ha ha ha, dirty white trash bitch! She got what she deserved!, Fucking Trump supporter”.

    • 谢谢: GeneralRipper
  337. @Astuteobservor II

    Spoke to a Barossa wine-grower a few years ago. He was pulling all his white grapes and planting more reds, because the Chinese only drank red. What were the Chinese like as customers. I asked. Very good, totally trustworthy, a verbal agreement was enough.
    Not like the Yanks, he volunteered. Utter nightmares, and legal squabbles, even over written contracts, were common. He would do no more business there. China would guzzle the lot. Not any more I fear. Our treacherous, racist, back-stabbing has cost us a lot, with plenty more to come if the scum who run this country get their way.

  338. @Rdm

    American regimes want better for the ruling oligarchs, not the proles. The proles are cannon-fodder.

  339. @T. Rebon

    流口水的种族主义,来自真正的纳粹至上主义者。 令人讨厌和傲慢的猪无知。

    • 回复: @T.Rebon
  340. Cappy 说:
    @Rdm

    Well, paper had to have been invented before it was possible to become a paper tiger, and considering that China did the former, I am quite confident that they won’t remain the latter for too long. They have always been an extraordinarily prolific people, both in invention and in general productivity, and while their scientific productivity probably has never been on par with their historical inventiveness, they are probably not as far behind the West as one might think. Bill Gates once told Tom Friedman (the journalist) that the best computer science research papers from Microsoft’s research labs (and they have labs in the US, Asia and Europe) came from China. Of course, Microsoft isn’t known for pure scientific research, but his point was that his people in China were just as good, maybe even better in some respects, as his people in America or elsewhere. And this was 15 years ago. Suffice it to say that Gates likely isn’t one of those that is surprised that China is in the lead in some aspects of AI.
    But science has never been China’s strong suit; the country is more known for inventing things. This is easily overstated, of course, and you are right to point out that while the Chinese invented rockets, and came up with the idea of propelling people with them, this does not mean they invented space travel. Still, they made the mental leap of learning to propel things with explosive force, making things like cannons and incendiary rockets possible. This reflects the very practical nature of the Chinese, which I personally find very appealing. Ancient Chinese inventions, after all, fill our modern world: Printing, the compass, rudder, matches, porcelain, gunpowder and guns, matches, kites, umbrellas (the retractable sort), fireworks, even written exams and meritocracy. And of course paper and paper money. But China did not create that modern world; they didn’t dream big enough. I believe that the Chinese will have to dream bigger dreams in order to create science that is at least as worthy as their ancient inventions.

  341. vox4non 说:
    @Marckus

    There are many things current China-Mainland does wrong and right. Nonetheless, the main thing is that they are changing and moving ahead. Have you moved ahead or just whined?

    Or are you so vitriolic because your life is so lacking and that you are powerless to change that. So, you can only live vicariously through your collective unit with the commonality that is the colour of your skin.

    There’s quite enough of that in Europe. The last demagogue who was so full of racial pride took us through a needless war and countless loss of bloody lives. So, it’s understandable why we are so leery of these types and look askance at why the USA doesn’t seem to learn.

    Then I see you, and you seem to represent the most repugnant, obnoxious and jingoistic elements of society. There’s only hoary chest-thumping that reminisces of past glory that you were hardly a part of. A fair number of USA commentators seem to share those characteristics. No wonder the US is slowly circling down the drain. If you are the epitome of white, I would like to get off the coming train wreck. Maybe the Eastern Europeans might be the last bastion of having a proper community.

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  343. Otoh_imho 说:
    @Icy Blast

    是的,无神的共产主义者让德国科学家和技术专家为之努力,以使它及时运行,以实现这一目标:基督教千年。 (MSM试图忽略它。)谈到基督徒,弗里德里希·尼采(Friedrich Nietzsche)的父亲是神职人员,他在《反基督者》中写道,他对圣经进行了深入研究,并想知道基督是否是唯一的基督徒。 特别是考虑到所谓的基督徒在法兰克-普鲁士战争中以及当年几年后在一次大战中互相残割的方式(德国人在那里与他们的哥特·米特·昂斯(Gott Mitt Uns)交战因此,整个中国都可以挥舞着最好的旗帜,就像基督教徒一样,整个想法会让老弗里德里希在坟墓里笑。

  344. Rdm 说:
    @HeebHunter

    Well, Tianwen-1 (Mars exploration) has several collaborations with European counterparts; France and Austria. Tianhe (CSS core module) and subsequent stations in LEO would have many collaborations; Norway, Netherland, Italy and France. China lunar research station which is supposed to be many missions in 2030-2035 will be heavily collaborated with Russia.

    In terms of ISS, Brazil was one of the collaborators to ISS. But their collaboration fell short after they failed to meet the timeline to manufacture the apparatus to be used in ISS. As far as I can see, only countries with enough financial support can sustain the collaboration or countries with years of experience in space. So I guess, in terms of collaboration many countries are open to participate in space exploration. But I don’t think you can just say I want to be a part of this and send the protocol to be executed in the space. There must be some kind of financial burden for every country involved.

    Looking at the recent dichotomy between the US government and the people shows exactly why I said that the country was now held hostage by Zionists. You see many protests for Palestinians in 纽约布鲁克林, 曼哈顿, 芝加哥, LA. There’re more in London, Paris, Germany, South Africa. Even some 犹太人 supports Palestine. But all the MSM sidelined the atrocity of Israeli army, either by twisting the story or downplaying the bombing.

    So combing back to the Space endeavor, I don’t think American citizens are opposed to collaboration. It’s the Zion-controlled narrative that clouds over Americans from patriotism to idiocy. Even at the height of cold war, Americans and Russians managed to build space relationship. You’d have some dimwitted chest-thumping raving crackpots here and there for sure. But that’s also common in Chinese as well.

    • 回复: @HeebHunter
    , @d dan
  345. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Jazman

    A little more about extraterrestrial rovers.

    XNUMXD压花不锈钢板 恒心漫游者 that is on Mars now is indeed an impressive piece of engineering. Designed by the Jet Propulsion Lab, it is an impressive size—a mass of about 1,000 kg, which is comparable to a small car.

    Perseverance in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory near Pasadena, California

    By contrast, the Chang’e 4 rover that landed on the moon is a much smaller vehicle, at 140 kg.

    Chang’e-4 rover hardware during assembly

    The Soviet Lunokhod rovers from the early 1970s were much bigger: Lunokhod 1 was about 750 kg and Lunokhod 2 was 840 kg, nearly the size of Perseverance.

    The first American robotic vehicle on another celestial body was the Sojourner vehicle with the mars Pathfinder mission in 1997, and it was about the size of a microwave oven and weighed 11 kg, less than one tenth of Chang’e 4, and 80 times smaller than Lunokhod.

    Now it’s important to note that although the Chang’e rover may not be as impressive as the current US rovers on mars, the Chinese went ahead and did something much harder, which the US has never accomplished—picking up soil samples with that robot and then launching back to earth. A complex mission that first required a rendezvous with the lunar orbiter, and then a successful return to earth and atmospheric reentry at a speed of about 25,000 mph.

    The Soviets accomplished THREE successful robotic sample return missions from the moon in the early 1970s, Luna 16, Luna 17, and Luna 20.

    Luna 16 model on display at the Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow with sampling arm extended.

    The folks at Nasa have said that they intend to attempt a sample return from mars at some future date, possibly in the 2026 timeframe, but really there is no hardware for such an ambitious mission, and I’m not actually aware of any firm plans for such hardware even on the drawing board stage. It should be noted that all of the Nasa Mars missions since 2005 have used the Russian RD180 engines that the US buys for its national security launches.

    A lot of new hardware needs to come into being before such a sample return mission is realistic. The complexity of such a return mission is at least an order of magnitude greater than simply landing and deploying a robotic vehicle. It requires a more powerful launch system, a coherent plan to accomplish liftoff from mars and then a docking with the orbiter, and then of course the earth return flight.

    All of these things are much much harder than simply building a robotic vehicle. Now that is not to say that these vehicles are not masterpieces of engineering and ingenuity—they are. For instance both Lunokhod and Perseverance carry an onboard nuclear generator. On Lunokhod it was used during the lunar night to keep the machine warm, while a solar panel provided electrical power during day. On Perseverance it’s used to provide electrical energy for the batteries.

    Besides the cameras, these vehicles also carry some very sophisticated instruments. Lunokhod carried an x-ray spectrometer, which is used to examine the properties of materials; an x-ray telescope; cosmic ray detectors; and a laser device.

    Besides that, the electric motors had to be contained in pressurized containers, and a special fluoride-based lubricant was needed to lubricate the mechanical parts in a vacuum.

    The Perseverance carries similarly sophisticated instruments, including a spectrometer, a radar imager, and instruments for testing the mars atmosphere.

    Driving Distances by rovers on Mars and the Moon. The latest Chang’e missions are not included here.

    So while there are many interesting and challenging engineering aspects to extraterrestrial rovers, they are still in essence a wheeled land vehicle—a direct descendant of the first oxcart, when the proto-Indo Europeans on the Eurasian steppes five thousand years ago domesticated the horse and invented the wheel to go with this muscular prime mover.

    • 谢谢: Rdm, showmethereal
    • 回复: @Rdm
    , @Jazman
    , @Achmed E. Newman
  346. HeebHunter 说:
    @Rdm

    Thank you for your thoughtful and informative reply.

    Of course, such monumental projects have people from all over the world working on them. But it still doesn’t justify fencesitting on everything else, especially domestic issues, which are way more important right now, whose escalations will jeopardize all space projects or anything that actually require competent scienctists, who unfortunately, can’t do anything but researching with resources produced by the proles. The same proles, whose lives are dictated by domestic policies.

    To keep it simple, I will just say that Solzhenitsyn already warned everyone.

  347. d dan 说:
    @Rdm

    “Well, Tianwen-1 (Mars exploration) has several collaborations with European counterparts; France and Austria. Tianhe (CSS core module) and subsequent stations in LEO would have many collaborations; Norway, Netherland, Italy and France. ”

    Europe is only slightly more trustworthy than America. Just look at how they treated China in the Galileo Project. Another example is the EU-China investment agreement inked on Dec 30, 2020. It is put on hold because of Xinjiang “human rights” issues.

    It is better to collaborate with Russia or even some developing countries.

  348. T.Rebon 说:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    流口水的种族主义,来自真正的纳粹至上主义者。 令人讨厌和傲慢的猪无知。

    您的观点,只是对口味的陈述,没有任何实质内容。 其他人叫我左派,共产主义者,阿苏人丹尼尔。 我不在乎像您这样的陈述向我表明,我走在正确的道路上。 为什么这个无关紧要的句子又会引发Gesinnungspolizei的认知失调?

    • 回复: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  349. T.Rebon 说:
    @FB

    到目前为止,它是人类技术和科学成就的最高峰。

    现在不要,也不要在意。 太空旅行是一个成熟的行业,具有已知的风险,已知的生产和已知的质量控制流程。 X空间证明了这一点。

    时速为250 km / h的汽车具有相当高的杀伤力,其产量为6-7位数字,由于生产故障而造成的死亡几乎为零。 实际上,我从来没有见过更严格的规定和要求。 我在其他领域使用汽车认可的盲件。

    燃烧室,钢厂甚至是普通的交通信号灯都可以杀死人,但这种情况很少见。

    像这样的时代

    不见了(还有一位敬业的英国人提供的一段精彩的技术历史视频)”

    • 回复: @Biff
  350. Rdm 说:
    @FB

    Perseverance rover is such a beauty.

  351. Biff 说:
    @T.Rebon

    现在不要,也不要在意。 太空旅行是一个成熟的行业,具有已知的风险,已知的生产和已知的质量控制流程。 X空间证明了这一点。

    你在大学里占了空间吗?

    • 哈哈: FB, Rdm
    • 回复: @T.Rebon
  352. Jazman 说:
    @FB

    谢谢FB这么好的回答。 我每天都在和人们打交道,反对俄罗斯的太空计划,甚至俄罗斯的笨蛋也为埃隆·康曼加油,可笑的是,埃隆·马斯克的太空计划比整个俄罗斯都要强大,哈哈
    最近我遇到一个人,他说他是工程师,你能想象人们用发射次数来衡量国家在太空方面的实力吗,所以可以说,如果印度发射的发射量超过17枚,这意味着俄罗斯会更强大🙂
    而且火箭技术是太空计划的关键部分,大多数白痴都把火箭与V2和SpaceX机组龙中的闪亮平板进行比较。

  353. @FB

    Mr. FB, we have not gotten along in the past, so I think our “don’t write” policy has been working out well. We don’t agree on a lot of things, but I do enjoy your comments on aerospace hardware and missions, such as this very one. I used to keep up with that, long long ago, and do remember as a kid how excited I was to see a color*-image of Mars on the front page of the newspaper from the Viking lander(s) 45 years ago or so. Therefore, please realize that this comment is just a small point:

    Now it’s important to note that although the Chang’e rover may not be as impressive as the current US rovers on mars, the Chinese went ahead and did something much harder, which the US has never accomplished—picking up soil samples with that robot and then launching back to earth.

    I don’t see what the point would have been. Robotic technology was nothing like it was today back in the mid/late 1960s. 12 American men had been to the moon over those 3 1/2 years, summer ’69 to Dec. ’72, bringing back all manner of rocks from the place, with even a geologist on board #17 – Harrison Schmitt – who could make very informed decisions of which material to bring home. There would have been no point launching a soil return mission during that time.

    Before that time, say in 1965, there WAS a need for such a mission, as scientists weren’t exactly sure what kind of surface the moon had. I think, though, that the technology may not have been ready – there was telemetry, but with that 1 1/2 second delay each way. Autonomy with real-time software-based decision making was probably out of the question. Now, there’s almost no logical decision making and even real-time analysis that can’t be programmed in. I’m sure you know more about this than I do.

    I take your point that a robotic sample-return mission is a great feat. For Mars, that’d be even more the case, of course. It’s just that the American (lunar) space program had no need for this after the splashdown of the Apollo 11 Columbia module on July 24th 1969 with 40-something pounds of moon rocks.

    .

    * As I recall, it was not necessarily exactly on the correct color scale, though there was a comparison color sample on the lander – maybe you could explain this.

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    , @FB
  354. Rdm 说:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    A few things that we need to acknowledge the current situation of space exploration is 

    1. China Chang’e 2, 3, 4 missions (CE lunar missions): sending the rover to the far side of the moon. It’s a bold move because no nation has ever sent to the far side of the moon. You can send the communication signal between the Earth and the near side of the moon, but a relay station was required to send the signal from Earth to the far side of the moon. CE2 mission sent the relay station at L2 point (Lagrange point) and CE3 and CE4 includes the rovers known as Yutu-1 and Yutu-2.

    2. China Mars mission: It’s a gutsy move claimed by one of the NASA scientists because no nation has ever sent the orbiter and rover at once and succeeded. The success rate for Mars exploration is also somewhere at 40%. That success rate is based upon either flyby or orbiter, let alone the touchdown. If we combine orbiter and rover, the success rate would go down immensely based on the rule of probability. China Tianwen-1 orbiter spent almost 2 months collecting the surface geography from February 2021. The Zurong rover descended on May 17. The tianwen-1 will continue orbiting Mars for at least 2 years. 

    ----

    Mars explorations by the USSR and the US have been marvelous and consistent efforts by both nations. Perseverance rover is a technical and engineering marvel. Recent Ingenuity flight (or drone) on Mars is another aerial feat by the US on another planetary body. Although it’s been a consistent effort made by the US on Mars for 20 consecutive years, when it comes to Moon, it’s been erratic behavior. There are three rovers as at now on Mars: Perseverance (US), Curiosity (US) and Zhurong (CN). 

    In contrast, when it comes to lunar expeditions, except the period of 3 years from 1969 to 1972, there’s only been a sketchy mission of sending “flyby” spacecrafts to the moon by the US. During the period of “can-do” attitude of Americans in 60s, the US has successfully sent 12 men to the Moon and safely welcoming them back on Earth, packing 460 pound moon buggies at will, strapping 4 pound camera at astronauts’ chests to show the world that Americans can be excellent photographers on another planetary body if they aspire to be one.

    There have been many studies on those who have personally experienced radiation from Chernobyl or Fukushima disaster or those who lived nearby on their life expectancy afterwards. The number can range widely, depending on the extent of study and many variables involved in personal health. However, no radiation can damage American astronauts back in the 70s. All those astronauts live up to 90 years. Their longevity has been marvelous. 

    ---

    When it comes to moon landing, I haven’t found anyone touched upon the recent explorations by China and the survivability of biological species far outside of the LEO (Low Earth Orbit). One possibility is the language barrier and it’s difficult to dig into the subject, especially when everything you’ve known so far about space has been written in English. I might have missed some info in Russian too. As a result, there’s a disconnect between those missions. 

    China sent many biological species on CE4 mission, i.e., yutu-2 rover on far side of the moon. Three interesting species that I became aware of: (1) fruit flies, (2) yeasts and (3) cotton seed, in order of their hierarchy in “sentient being” if you will. The cotton seed is the most sturdy species that can withstand extreme harsh weather. They put the seed in the sealed tightly to sustain the ambient temperature and a builtin camera inside. A week after the rover descended, they saw a tiny sprout. Next day, it died. 

    Needless to say, yeasts died and fruit flies also died. 

    It’s also funny that when such scientific research was announced, there’s a bit of outcry in China that expensive fruitflies having sex in space. CNSA spokesperson chided the media that they tend to sensationalize the scientific experiment. Although given the most favorable environment prepared by Men on Earth, if 果蝇 (hundred times bigger than our human species’ most reliable weapon for propagation, i.e., sperms, in size) cannot survive on the Moon, I don’t know what will. 

    酵母, if you ever baked dough, it’s exactly that powder. You use in fermenting dough so that you’d see those tiny air pockets from yeast fermenting. Yeast can transform from spores into growing species depending on the nutrient conditions. In harsh conditions, it goes into spores (hibernate if you will), and grows if nutrient is supplied. As far as I could gather from CE4 lunar mission, yeast also died. 

    As we’ve seen above, the most hopeful finding for mankind to survive on another planetary body is cotton seed sprout, which also died afterwards. 

    But man …. when it comes to moon landing, if Americans put mind to it, you can achieve anything and live up to 90 years. 

    这里 阿姆斯特朗 telling “If you remove the protective layers of Truth” while giving a middle finger in White House.

  355. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Well, I’m going to leave the discussion about Apollo for another time. But just a few days ago, China successfully landed their own rover on mars, the Zhurong.

    中国火星着陆器的艺术家插图; 流动站位于着陆器的顶部,并部署了卸货坡道。

    This is a good size rover of 240 kg mass, and dimensionally not much smaller than Perseverance [if measuring with Zhurong’s solar panels deployed]. The Zhurong is now sending back images from the red planet.

    It launched using the same Long March 5 rocket that successfully orbited the Tianhe space station module last month. So China’s space program is definitely on a roll.

    竹荣的第一批图像之一显示着陆坡道已扩展,而流动站仍在着陆器上。

    就样品返回而言,恒心配备了机械臂以提取火星土壤样品并将其存储。 最新信息表明,这些提取的样本将按计划在2031年的时间框架内返回,这听起来很现实。 就像我说的那样,这比简单着陆要困难一个数量级。

    一段精彩的视频,比较了毅力和竹荣。

    现在只是关于视频的警告提示:尽管它确实提供了有关漫游者的一些漂亮图形,但《华尔街日报》的这部产品可以预见地变成了政治废话,其中有些是完全错误的。

    For instance at about the six minute mark, the narrator talks about the ‘commercial’ space industry, ‘which has taken over many of Nasa’s launch tasks and helped with space exploration.’

    Well—not quite. All of Nasa’s Mars missions in the last 15 years, including the Perseverance rover that is the subject of this video, and also the previous, impressive Curiosity rover in 2011, the 2005 Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the 2006 New Horizons interplanetary space probe, five of the six Boeing X37 spacepalanes, the 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, the 2016 Osiris Asteroid sample return mission [due to arrive back in 2023], the Boeing Starliner crew capsule, and many other high-profile missions, all have flown on the Russian RD180 engines that the US buys.

    尽管埃隆·马斯克(Elon Musk)谈论一场关于火星的大型游戏,但美国航空航天局从未选择他的航天器执行任何这些火星任务。

    So WSJ’s stilted narrative here is kind of silly. The vaunted ‘commercial’ space industry has not really done much when looked at objectively and professionally. Besides Nasa, the 国家安全空间发射计划 launches the nation’s most valuable military sats, the X37 etc.

    同样,所有这些都依赖于俄罗斯发动机。 SpaceX总共获得了三个NSSL任务,每个任务都是相当行人的GPS坐位,外加一个X37发射。 相比之下,配备俄罗斯发动机的阿特拉斯V已完成了86项这些引人注目的任务,没有发生任何故障。

    Falcon 9仅在2018年获得NSSL认证,而Falcon Heavy似乎还没有接近完整的认证。

    猎鹰重型仅通过了1A相两个参考轨道的认证,并且 ‘it’s not certified for all of our most stressing national security space orbits,’ noted Lt General Thomson, commander of the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center. Thus, the USAF is working with SpaceX to mature their Falcon Heavy’s design.

    我想强调其中一些技术细节,因为这确实令人讨厌议程驱动媒体的方式。 他们对公司太空计划进行了叙述,到目前为止,这项计划实际上做得很少,由两位最著名的亿万富翁,马斯克和贝佐斯经营,他们显然可以买到不可思议的墨水[贝佐斯实际上拥有自己的国民报纸]。

    It’s obviously propaganda designed to build support for this particular kind of space industry model, which many specialists see as problematic and not actually very effective. Yet these important realities are never even heard.

    如果有兴趣,我可以将美国的太空技术与俄罗斯和中国的太空技术进行比较。

    • 谢谢: showmethereal, Biff
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  356. Rdm 说:
    @FB

    I’ll be pretty much interested in your take on space technology, especially Russia. I didn’t know that all US spacecraft used Russian engines. Haha …

    I found the recent SpaceX attempt at boaster rockets touching down upon the launch pad after launch was awesome, considering how they managed to control the gimbaled nozzle and rocket fins. If this continues, they can reuse the boasters, which consumes the majority of the space funding.

    As far as I know, Russia and China haven’t tried that yet. Or have they?

  357. Jazman 说:
    @FB

    It would be great if you can write in more details , especially about conman Elon Musk world is crazy about his space program media created him like the greatest inventor of modern time and funny thing is how lying media created false narrative how Elon alone beat Russian space program . Look like China is doing great they learned from grand master USSR and Russia

  358. T.Rebon 说:
    @Biff

    你在大学里占了空间吗?

    我一直乐于学习,因此请告诉我您在该行业的更多工作。

  359. @T.Rebon

    你的黏糊糊的谎言和种族主义的傲慢自言自语。 我很生气让你生气。 和平。

    • 回复: @T.Rebon
  360. Раде 说:
    @FB

    Yes, there is interest to go into more detail and not only in their space programs, defence stuff also.
    You have a lot of knowledge, very interesting. Please post more.

  361. T.Rebon 说:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    我不知道这个无关紧要的帖子-仅基于情绪-是怎么回事。 我不在乎这个世界上我不认识的人认为他对我的了解。

    我认为,那些指责他人具有这种​​或那种特征而谴责他人的人应该考虑自己的事。

  362. Smith 说:

    Praising China like now is like praising USA in the 50s.

    It looks great now because the contradictions do not hit it yet, and when it hits, China in the future will look like USA now.

    Market economy does not last.

    Vietnam would be wise to reverse course.

  363. T.Rebon 说:
    @FB

    如果有兴趣,我可以将美国的太空技术与俄罗斯和中国的太空技术进行比较。

    是的,请!

    你的深入——而且非常公平——帖子比我读过的大多数帖子都要好。 但是你为什么要提到主流媒体呢? 他们很久以前就失去了权威。 今天,巨魔写了这篇文章,(一些)评论员为这个话题提供了实质内容。 角色改变了 180°。

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  364. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @T.Rebon

    Thanks, I’m going to get into the comparative analysis of space technology among the three major power s of Russia, China and the US…I just haven’t got around to it et. Stay tuned. Appreciate the interest.y

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    , @T.Rebon
    , @T.Rebon
  365. Jazman 说:
    @FB

    Looking forward FB today is very hard to read about space technology from knowledge based view not political or PR worshiping Elon Conman .

  366. T.Rebon 说:
    @FB

    谢谢,我会等的。 当然,这需要时间。

    也许你可以把你的知识和风格写成一篇文章,然后在这里或其他地方发表。 然后在这里发布链接。 我认为你的文章比评论更有价值。

    • 同意: Commentator Mike
  367. FB 说: • 您的网站

    Just a quick word to those that have responded with such enthusiasm about my writing up a space technology comparison among the major powers…I still intend to do so, but have been occupied with other matters. Hopefully in the next few days I can get started on tackling this interesting topic.

    Thanks for all the interest expressed here—and I will be sure to do the subject justice!

    • 谢谢: Jazman
    • 回复: @Rdm
  368. Rdm 说:
    @FB

    You might as well write an article instead of comment here. Contact Ron if it’s possible.

    Title runs like this

    “SpaceX with Russian DNA” or

    “Rocket Empire with Russian clothes”

    “American space faring with Russian characteristics”

  369. T.Rebon 说:
    @FB

    我要进入俄罗斯、中国和美国三大大国空间技术对比分析

    非常受欢迎,但让我告诉你我对事物的看法。 就像输入一样,我很确定你可以做得比我好。

    首先,文化上存在差异。 美国的计划是由“鲁莽的疯狂”驱动的

    以及压倒性的技术、资源、资本背景,

    俄罗斯人的资源有限,因此需要更聪明的工程来实现目标。

    然后是一种非常不同的技术方法。 俄罗斯人(我在那里从事湿法疏浚和道路建设工作)在简化技术方面拥有令人印象深刻的才能,以至于您认为他们一定是天才。 但这只是接近它的不同方式。

    看这个视频
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urOu6AM_cCc:

    一个装配大厅一条轨道,在某个时刻,一辆调车机车来了,将火箭拉到发射台上。 然后他们给你加油。
    顺便说一下,联盟号连接在级之间的起重机臂上。 第一个挂在下面。 减轻了很多重量,支撑载荷也低了很多。

    整个事情是那么的平静,没有任何表现,这可能是一座集装箱桥的建造。

    在中国我没有任何意义,对我来说它看起来像那里的一切。 他们复制他们可以复制的内容并根据他们的需要进行调整。

    他们都有一个共同点,即工程师想要发射火箭,而愿意为此付费的人想要更好的炸弹”。 正如 1:40 的第一个视频中所述,这是所有提到的国家太空旅行的一个主要动机,我认为没有人应该忘记这一点。

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