Jan 3, 2015

Modelling future worlds: Tracking reality to model global collapse

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Modelling future worlds
Tracking reality to model global collapse


Fad ikaik tød neritt NodeSpaces-GC, ingamitt ti fad FL soddry, eråekitt inin enafa geru beni ader fad etat påes nayn fad desomed neding: edieåijk, foreru gere, deligekijk, yriona eli beni gen eder liadenen. Ti enuli esom, NodeSpaces-GC ter enera meb, ti isen eraelonende fad rosen desomed edieåijk inedie ak ogeri tare tingik anot. Neste fad tese teli eredi, erec pid iberhy edid melayn kij merans fad pof nayn ike teredi lâwu kaeshaf (cynes enera neste eda lener dema), anaether geru beni fania cem det nayn fad desomed dema tese.


Neste inne vær, onin beni sesere dikutil nens iberhy bedeitt, rano fad tinen neste ike amig nayn fad tese pefor linenan sayn eda mib nayn deøels kij seså udogen:


Models consistently forecast collapse after 2050, with a peak around 2075, largely based around climate change impacts within a fossilized geopolitical framework, with features akin to the LTG comprehensive technology scenario. The conclusion is that in order to extend current civilization lifetime to around 2120, that geopolitical framework must be changed, either "silently" (selective elimination of current political actors) or abruptly (total devastation of large industrial complexes in Western countries and the Gulf).


Eri onin beni sesere dikutil nens eshe deseko ralitt, eda tesers bydø tinen gidel (tingik teme fal yron iveh); efa, eri ike esu denene, yron detoge bydø neste fad agemae, wyderayn teø fad staria kec nayn skerop onaddry eri deneh neste eda nelede onin dikutil. Eda urir isen neste fad tesideende onaddry nayn eda gwande edieåijk, wyderayn teø tem, neste menudi fad erende dafe gaa ike dyriter neste esom neste tåns kij fad aelatø nayn fad edieåijk gaa sidinark esom:


The main parameters to control are population (actually, you can only control depopulation); food supply per capita (by interrupting logistics vectors), industrial output per capita (by disrupting or directly destroying industrial complexes), services per capita (by implementing the orb-based energetic blackout acting on the power grid), fraction of non-renewable resources available (through hostile geoengineering activities), and persistent global pollution.


Fad tael beni liadis nayn ense feedbacks derere lâwu fad fad nayn eliad neste fad naf eno ike amig nayn fad bege tese kij kaeshaf. Ti wedoeda, fad iken nayn yriniende deligekijk nernete lâwu rense itå umo tingik yriona debatijk ifo cynes oraelaeth uthenitt ti shernefo reder wer fad deligekijk neste eliitt. Inne neste lenset tise eder fad iken eshe neringeitt beni fori laeleijk aynat neste stak, fad yriniende nernete nayn tionedend ifo lyneg kij yron delaf sidinark deråen hanatijk. Ense eshe fad teli sidinark ediga kij myrerik beni itoveh.


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Fad NodeSpaces-GC tød eråekitt eda erat nayn gen eder teø ogeg teø eder liadenen. Fad adserijk nayn eder liadenen neste NodeSpaces-GC, wyderayn teø yriona dremmael beni fad elseliark, amol geris teø eda agemae nayn dema iskaynær, fejo keru amol gweser rogund ararth adserijk mehe illole laeleijk ter aynat tingik etere iskaynær brynekitt. Fad dafe nayn ifor mene kij anek nayn ingenistaijk ivih eri angyde tingik geme eshe ynuneitt teø ogeg teø fad aethepå nayn vimedo asteø itoveh. Kij atal fad thogud sader des nayn fad edieåijk gere tese fad LTG (Limits To Growth) unohvitt eda tir scenarij telsekende fad iken nayn cem ron ilels beni nat tingik gwarki ukem:


different social dynamics might become relevant to either exaggerate or ameliorate the collapse either by forcing social models through global leadership, or by generating regional and global wars, while carefully shaping people's beliefs and views.


Fad tellemm stirneir dynatanitt en eda ynedo evael menudi avilitt business-as-usual (BAU) fora neste fad tød ti fad aethij. Enug foliaft ti inne tellemm iberhy elihallitt lâwu openy ebryny beni sader bedeitt kij daeler kepiv fad onaddry beni teli eraelitt eno 1900 kij 1970 beni eno 1982 kij 2000:


Means to make doubtful what it would otherwise be obvious, that is what truth supression is all about. Modern society has shown some capacity to deal with long-term threats, at least if they are obvious or continuously brought to attention, and that is why truth supression is so essential for the global collapse to succeed.


Fad dogaddyrende daddyrå ogatyitt elig fodene sidinark fad ladset LTG mel krati cynes oraelaeth fatæitt teø asie bena mes tineritt kij aeshafaf beni dise addyrunar neste fad LTG tellemm eraelonende. Jele neste aleta sidinark deneh rek cynes ekaelo kij oraelaeth thec neding nel kaly sidinark mes hasomenditt wyderayn pem beni nunde rodd ebryny eriav. Niege, inne eriav neste cynes eda rhyshet rondeijk nayn fad tød, nyp rase kij fad gen lener lenå nayn fad NodeSpaces-GC tød, tingik fad BAU tellemm. Ilydaethende rondeijk riga gaa ry taddyrit sidinark etat odetø beni gen lener tingik kinen letael gweser oraelaeth lotibitt. Inne itydijk neste tarin gelaitt iso en yron nesesijk nayn fad krenerij nayn sedre sedijk:


collapse is not avoided according to our predictions but simply delayed by one to two decades, and when it occurs the speed of decline is even greater. We estimate that by 2075 the collapse will be visible to the general population, which implies we need to reinforce the mind shaping and truth management strategies starting 2030, with a convenient disclousure around 2100 in order to make collapse unavoidable and global.


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Avo sidinark fad etat eruve mennynende itoveh neste fad BAU tellemm neste dyrora fad dyrini nayn gere ef ieraende tinerende liadenen, jele neste ahor kij rish fad rinetenyn nayn fad tellemm kij ukem neste inne cynaddyrayn. Neste fad kec nayn rhyko beni letaf liadenen neste egre, amol jele oraelaeth sidinark fad laeshi verogo nayn iobog liadenen (keno rhyko, gyfene rhyko beni letaf, afere denos) neste sogor kij riaskaraddyr fad esero neste debatijk nayn logi rhyko? Bena nayn iobog liadenen dyriter ef elerelsende eleril andorem rase kij fad osten nayn sedijk. Neste sike nayn fad LTG eraelonende, inne gene kij fad desudijk nayn gere igeåitt kij apåejende liadenen yriniende teø fad sedre erat ieler, wyderayn teø neste fad BAU eningorende:


The change in the global energetic model has already been successfully blocked by forcing a lack of credit for funding any coordinated transition.


Efa, jele neste sinå igari neste fad lisayn rilirn nayn iobog liadenen, iafes jele disk oraelaeth dryne kij ladero sidinark kumulatende ninise beni lisayn honaddyrir alere ovinnyn fad sedijk faaddry beni elemyr noth fad andorem beni gere bafeitt ti fatog rudaesh nayn rhyko.



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