Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai shares a Systems Analysis of climate change and the economics behind climate change and what it means to you.
- Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai, MIT PhD – Inventor of Email, Scientist, Engineer, Educator – discusses the real economics of Climate Change with Dan Happel.
- Arvind Kumar wrote a great article titled ‘Fourteen is the New Fifteen’ explaining how the surface of the Earth’s temperature changed overnight to fit a narrative.
- A very complex system like ‘Climate’ has been reduced to one variable, carbon, Co2. Unfortunately this is happening with all Science, taking a reductionist approach is not how you solve a complex problem.
- The economics started in 1970s with the passage of the Mansfield amendment, science became highly politicized and centralized.
- Scientists who actually know climate are applied mathematicians who have skill sets either in Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics, or Radiative Physics, there is no “Climate Science”, that is a made up field.
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Dan Happel: So, the United States of America would be by fully implementing the Paris Climate accords. And why Donald Trump was correct and getting us out. Please talk about that.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Well, I think, Dan, hopefully you can hear me. I think the first thing to understand is, you know, the broader nature of climate systems. And, you know, I’m a systems guy, and I’ve a bunch of degrees from MIT in engineering systems. And one of the things you have to understand is engineering systems problems are very difficult to solve, especially when you’re dealing with what are called complex systems. So, if you look at the climate as, frankly, a complex system, and in fact, it’s very important to understand that if you just step back, you have two turbulent fluids that are interacting together. One is the ocean, which is moving at a certain timescale of, years, decades, meaning changes that take place, millennia sometimes, right. It’s a very long timescale, as we say, in systems theory. The other timescale that you have the other fluid that you have is called the atmosphere. Alright, to have these very two complex fluids, turbulent fluid. And by the way, you can win a million dollars a Millennial Award, I think it’s called if you solve the Navier-Stokes equations for just a turbulent fluid. It’s an unsolved problem. So when you look at the climate system, it’s a very, very complex system. And look, I’ve been dealing with complex modeling most of my life back from modeling sleep systems when I was a 14 year old kid, my master’s work looking at computational waves in different kinds of media is what I do for a living. But just modeling one turbulent fluid is known as an impossible problem today. So when you look at something as complex as the climate, you have two turbulent fluids, which are interacting. And why is this important? Well, if you think about the earth here, and the sun, here, the sun is around 5000 degrees Kelvin. And it radiates, right, it’s sending out radiation, which hits the earth, about 340 watts per meter, tremendous amount of energy 100 of that bounces off the Earth’s atmosphere, so that 140 of that, which means the earth is getting 200 watts per meter coming in, right? So in order basic accounting, it’s got to get rid of that, otherwise, the Earth is going to burn up. Right. So what does it do to get rid of that radiation? Well, think about the earth, the surface of the earth having a certain temperature no different than a frying pan that you would put on, you know, on your stove, and you put water on it, what happens when the water boils? It goes off, right? Through convection. So what the Earth tries to do, the earth has a certain temperature, which people said was around 15 degrees. And that temperature is enough to make sure that convection occurs, and you balance that energy. Alright, so it’s a very complex problem. That’s the bottom line. So I think Jim Hanson, the guy at NASA, I think before 2000, or before 1997, they had said that the average surface temperature of the Earth was 15 degrees. Well, around late 90s, early 2000, the temperature of the Earth was not, in fact, the temperature of the Earth was going down. So in a footnote, I believe to a New York Times article, they changed overnight, they changed the average surface temperature of the earth to 14 degrees. So ‘14 became the new 15’, there’s an article written by Arvind Kumar, and he brings this out, so that’s what happened. So the entire basis of all of this is why is this going on? And more importantly, what we’ve done is we’ve taken a very complex system, and we’ve reduced it, the key word is the word reduce called reductionism, to one variable, we call it carbon co2. And by the way, this is what’s happening with the sciences all around the world, we take a very complex system like the immune system, and we reduce it to one variable antibodies. So if you have X amount of antibodies, you’re fine, you’re in good shape. So this is what happens with fake science today, unfortunately, fake science meaning, the science of reductionism, you take a very complex system, you just take one little piece of it, and then you say, Oh, that is a measure of success or failure, which is co2. Okay, so that’s what they’ve done. So, you take this big on a model that’s very, very hard to compute, first of all.
If you look at this model, this very complex model, why would you do this, right? What’s the intention of doing this right? And you find out that when you look at and you step back a little bit and you understand that the basis of the climate quote unquote ‘change’ concept goes all the way back, I think, to the 1980s. Right when Al Gore wrote his book, right, and he was actually bringing, blaming, I think it was blaming Nazism, or something he was blaming something else for climate change, okay, anything you can grapple on, you know, because everything is a couple of degrees of freedom away. So, what you have is you have the intention of choosing a single variable to model this very complex phenomenon. Now, if you look at the climate change models that the IPCC put out, even in 2018, right, when the last one came out the report, and you actually read it, if you actually go spend time reading, you’ll find out that when you look at their models prediction of ice melting in the Arctic, there’s not just one prediction, there’s 21 predictions. Now in science. What is evidence? Evidence is unambiguous predictions. I will repeat that, for a scientist in the field in modelling and computational modeling. It’s unambiguous predictions. If your model unambiguously predicts the answer, that’s called evidence, okay? Otherwise, your model is just garbage. But if you look at the models that they have, in the IPCC report, there’s actually not just one prediction of climate change, there’s 21. And if you look, you would think they would all be nearby, right? Okay. I don’t know if 20% are going to melt or 30%. There are like the Baskin Robbins ice cream flavor, there’s 21 different predictions, one says all of the ice caps are going to melt 100%. And the other one says none will melt. And there’s variations all the way between so you know, it’s basically this little bunch of darts at a dartboard and they got a bunch of answers. That is not called science. That’s called indeterminacy. This would be no different than if you took Newton’s model of you know, an apple falling from a tree. Let’s imagine one model predicts that it’ll hit the ground. Another model predicts it’ll hang two feet above the ground, another model predicts four feet, another model predicts it won’t even fall, right? You have many, many different predictions. That is not a model. That’s not science. And this is in the IPCC report. And most scientists in academia know this is garbage. But they won’t say anything. And that gets into the economics of this. The economics is starting in 1971. With the passage of the Mansfield amendment or the late early 70s. Science became highly politicized, because prior to that, there was a little bit of fun. If you looked at the entire military budget, which is massive, there was a little sliver of it for basic research, well, that sliver was a lot of money still, because the military budget was so big. And that sliver was given to do some I mean, it’s not a it’s sort of an irony that the military had this basic research budget, but they gave it freely to do all sorts of basic research to the best guys in the world. And they weren’t under any thumb to, you know, file grants, etc. But after the Vietnam War, that little sliver, they said we can’t the military should not be funding any basic research, only if it was for weapons. So that little budget went under two major organizations, the NSF, okay, and the NIH parts of it. So which meant that science became and those two are highly political organizations, highly, highly political. So it’s no longer you know, you had this great, you know, member prior to the 1950s 40s. There were all sorts of contests, people would do wild research. But starting in 1970, science became highly consolidated, it became really an industry. People like Eisenhower saw this coming. You know, that’s why I call it the military industrial complex.
In fact, his original speech said military industrial academic complex, Jay Stratton, who was a science advisor, president of MIT, he removed the word academic, for you know, obvious really, yeah. The person in the US military industrial academic complex was William Fulbright, in a speech that he gave in 1971, or something like this, okay. But the fundamental issue here is that the science became highly highly politicized. The NIH became highly politicized biological sciences, all of these sciences became very politicized. So MIT gets around 20 to $40 million for climate change research. So anything you put, so if you’re a young academic, and you need money to get you have seven years, by the way to get tenure, right, let’s say you join as a new newly minted PhD at MIT or Harvard, in any of these big institutions, you have seven years to publish your papers, you know, get good citations, and get tenure, which means you have a job for life. So how do you get tenure? Well, you have to first of all bring in money so you can find graduate students to do your research, right? You’re running a little, little cottage industry there. Well, how do you get grants? Well, you have to sniff out money and you have to figure out where it’s coming from. So today, they Science, by and large, becomes highly mediocre, you get rid of all the really radical thinking guys, because you’re probably gonna think radically around politics too, right? They’re just not in science. And you bring in mediocre people who are chasing the almighty dollar. So now you have in the biological sciences, you have Fauci and Francis Collins who control the NIH fund flow. That’s why you have a very restrictive thinking around any type of things around immunity or immunology. And same thing with this area of climate change. So follow the money, I keep saying everyone should just follow the money. The money in science dictates policy, so you get the results that you want. So they have taken this very complex and call the climate in saying we must reduce this one little variable called co2. And based on the reduction of that, we’re going to solve the world’s problems, all problems. So this is the same thing they’ve done with the current issue with the immune system. antibodies, antibodies, antibodies forget everything else. Right. So this is called reductionism. So who does that serve? Well, if you step back, I did a video I think a couple years ago, which went viral. I think it’s got probably like 30-40 million views on it now, where I literally in 17 minutes, I explained the entire climate change industry. And I basically took it from left to right, if you see it on the board, and I said, Okay, here’s what’s going on. Today, you’re a business and you run a company, or you run some business, you’re polluting something, everyone’s polluting some amount of pollution, right? Well, what happens today, you know, you spend a certain amount of money for running your business, you’re polluting something, you charge certain for your products, and people pay you money, right? That’s today. Now 2030, what happens while you’re still running your business, you’re polluting something. And you have to, you know, you’re producing products, but this time, in 2030, there’s gonna be something a little bit different. In 2030, what happens is when you pollute, you have until 2030 to keep polluting. But after 2030, you’re going to buy what’s called carbon credits, to offset your pollution. And that purchase of those carbon credits, which will be cost to you because there’s a limited number of carbon credits, right? And so what are carbon credits? Carbon credits basically says, we’re going to allow you to pollute, but in order to offset your pollution, you’re gonna have to buy credits from people who are non-polluting right, to offset your pollution. So, in 2017, was 2018 at that time before Trump pulled out 2017. China, by way of example, was polluting 11 billion metric tons of carbon 11 billion metric tons of carbon, I think India around 2 billion. Okay, by 2030. And everyone should listen to this very carefully, the Paris accords, allows China to double their pollution. Let me repeat that the Paris accords, allows China to go from 11 billion metric tons of carbon to 22 billion metric tons of carbon up until 2030. The number one cause of death globally is lung disease, COPD, number one cause. So China is allowed to double it already has bad smog in China, they’d like to double it. After 2030 China will have to buy these carbon credits. Now, in 2017, when Trump pulled out of the accords, the Democrats and Republican had we’re getting ready to fund what was called the Green Fund $100 billion Green Fund. Sounds like a great name Green Fund.
What was that for? Well, the Green Fund, if you actually explore it, was going to be given to all of these countries. And if you actually follow it, it was basically a corruption fund. That money was going to be given to consultants and the environmental ministers in all these countries, because a lot of these countries did not want to join the Paris Accords. If you go, they are unwilling to join. They’re like, wait a minute, we’re gonna have to pay all this money, we’re gonna have to buy carbon tax credits. They don’t want to do it. So you look at Jairam Ramesh, who was one of the ministers in India, he at that point was saying, everything’s fine with the Himalayan nothing is happening, there’s no ice caps melting. And what came out in Wikileaks, was that he was actually very thankful to John Podesta for the Green Fund, because then suddenly, he changed his tune. And he says, Oh, my God, the ice caps are melting on the Himalayas. So all of these ministers and consultants and all these countries, that Green Fund was going to be a corruption scheme. They would get paid. You know how this works, right? They give money to some, and somehow their job was to convince the Prime Ministers of their countries Yes, we must enter the Paris accords. And that’s what That money was for. And that’s what Trump got the United States out of he cut the ties to that Green Fund. But starting in 2030, what’s going to happen? Well, there’s a limited set of carbon credits, which are, you know, exchange right on the commodities market, I believe, and we should verify this. This was many years ago, Al Gore was on the board of the company, one of the one or two companies, which owns a software to track all the carbon credits, and they take a little piece of it, they get a licensing fee. And at one point, I think Gore actually owned a lot of the carbon credits. So now, if you think about it, that if you have a limited number of carbon credits, and you’re gonna have to buy carbon credits to offset your pollution, what’s going to happen to the price of an individual carbon credit is going to explode in price. So those people who own those carbon credits are going to become trillionaires.
Dan Happel: Shiva, I want to mention to Yeah, just knowing a little bit about this Shore bank, was created with funding from the Joyce Foundation, which Obama was actually the head director of the Joyce Foundation at the time, they created an organization called Shore bank, that was, it was created to trade in carbon credits. I knew one of the guys that helped Gore come up with this carbon credit plan. His name was Tim Dodge, he actually came up with part of the plan that he gave to Gore, the Clintons and the Gore’s and the, and I believe that Biden was connected to it, as well as the Obamas. Were all part of the Shore bank organization that was put together just to trade carbon credits.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Yeah, and I think people should just understand something very, very simple. If you look at a lot of the elites, they’re all buying homes on beautiful seashore property. Right, right on the shores. Obama just bought, I believe, a $15 million home in Martha’s Vineyard, this is just a month ago, I mean, a couple of months ago. So if they are so concerned about, you know, the waters rising and ice caps melting, why would you go by property, you know, inches or feet from the ocean? Right?
I think what needs to happen, Dan is my view is, if we take a Systems Approach, which is what I teach people, you know, we just had a big class yesterday, about 100 people on, the only way forward is people not to get involved in these wacky conspiracy theories, but take a Systems Approach and directly connected to economics. So when you really step back and look at it, the economics of this is quite simple. You need academia to write stuff. And that, quote, unquote, ‘science’ is then regurgitated by the mainstream media, who basically most of these guys don’t even do any research anymore. And then it becomes fossilized on Wikipedia, because Wikipedia is all about citations. Remember, Wikipedia says they’re not about truth. You can say Dan beats his dog. And I could write an article over here saying Dan beats his dog and Wikipedia can reference that says, Yes, Dan beats his dog, when that article may have been completely bogus. So what they’ve done is a racket tiering that’s done. It’s almost a Rico enterprise, is that you have to pay academics, you incentivize them to take a reductionist view of some topic, like climate change, they write papers, because they’re getting funded, they get their tenure, on that issue. Journalists then simply do the self-referral. So that shows up in a popular article. And then Wikipedia says, Yes, this is happening. So this is the media dynamics. I wrote a white paper on this many years ago, because it occurred to me when with the invention of Email, you know, the facts are I invented Email as a 14-year-old kid was done before I came to MIT. When I converted the old fashioned interoffice mail system, named an Email the first copyright never spoke about it. And the day went into the Smithsonian, in 19. And 2011. Time magazine wrote a beautiful article saying the man who invented Email, my Mom had died, all the artifacts went into the Smithsonian. And on February 16 2012, a Washington Post reporter wrote a very glowing article saying Shiva Ayyadurai was honored as the inventor of Email. But that’s what triggered all of these liberal elites who had written a false narrative of Email that it came out of the military, doing simple text messaging, that’s not Email. But the problem was that I had all the data and all the facts. Wikipedia just kept referring to them, and it still does. So the issue with the invention of Email, what’s related to this is from a scientific innovation standpoint, Email was not invented at MIT. It wasn’t invented in Silicon Valley. It was invented by a 14-year-old kid in Newark, New Jersey, where nothing is supposed to come out of. You see, the entire goal here is to centralize innovation, centralized science and that is a weapon centralization that people in power Can use so they can call upon their favors as they need to get the science they need. That’s the Inconvenient Truth. The inconvenient truth is they make it very convenient to get the truth that they need, you know?
Dan Happel: So, it’s not, it’s amazing anybody that doesn’t believe what Nakashima is saying. Please read Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged.’ The scientific community in there did exactly that. This is happening. It’s been happening for a long time. You’re 100% spot on with saying that it’s all about the money. Just follow the money.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Yeah, Dan. I mean, when I look back at the invention of Email, so, a friend of mine who used to run Business Insider Kevin Ryan, he said Shiva. He’s the publisher and he said, Shiva. The story of the invention of Email, there’s no doubt you created an Email, you wrote all the code, it’s here. You named an Email, and you have the copyright at a time when copyright was yelling, what the real question is, why was there even a controversy? And this is the heart of the issue. The reason they created a controversy was because if email got created in Newark, New Jersey, if TV got created by Philo Farnsworth in Franklin, Idaho, if there was a Michigan mechanic who created control system theory, which he did, right, not MIT, this basically removes a very powerful lever that elites have to control science and innovation. This is what they fear, because the truth is, innovation. And science is in everyone’s DNA. It can occur anytime, anyplace by anybody. And so therefore, they have to restrict science and innovation. That’s why they put so much effort into creating brands, right? Like MIT, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc. The problem they have with someone like me is I got all their training. But I have the experience to know that I didn’t need to go to MIT to invent anything. I was capable of doing that even before I came. And that is true with science also. So that’s why I, I think, you know, we’ve talked about the issue here is a problem. Here when you look at the climate issue, it is one instance. And I think this where people need to learn this is this occurs in every field, is it’s an it’s a very powerful way to understand that you can take a very complex scientific system, you can pass that scientific system onto experts, who can now localize, falsely localize a problem to one variable called reductionism, not a Systems Approach, and then get the answer that they need.
In 1962, John Kennedy gave a very famous speech, sorry not a very famous speech, it probably should have been a speech that should have been famous to the National Academy of Sciences. I came across this a couple years ago. And it’s interesting, he’s saying, you know, here is where we have the conundrum of democracy right now. And the conundrum we have is that, you know, millions of people, I mean, I’m paraphrasing what he said, elect, you know, elected leaders, most elected leaders are not scientists and engineers, they can’t even think pretty much about anything, because they’re typically lawyers, right? Or some somebody right, who just got money to get elected or manipulated the election system, when they got into office. And Kennedy was being in some ways, much more honest. And he was giving this speech to 2500 scientists at the National Academy of Sciences, he goes to the conundrum is, I rely on you now, a small set of people, not 50 million people elected him, but 2500 people, or even less five people, five university presidents, to tell him what to do on a complex system, climate, weapon systems, transportation, because he systems have become so complex. So we take a lot of complexity. And we go to two people who decide public policy for the rest of 50 million- 200 billion people, that’s what’s happening. So this is what the decision making of the trajectory of society is not being determined by the public. It’s being determined by two or three people, literally, who advise a Senate Judiciary panel or a, you know, Senate subcommittee or its house subcommittee what to do. And where are they getting their information from?
Well, and what is the motivation for their ideas? And what Kennedy was saying this is a conundrum: we have a democracy the only way out of this Dan is the solution that I’ve come up with, with all humility, which is we need to train the broad mass of people in a Systems Approach to science, every Monday we do know, this is a when I looked at you know, growing up in India my Grandmother practiced a traditional system of medicine known as Siddha completely different system. She could look at your face, she could predict your particular constitution then she figured out what was right for you. Now, the average Western are looking at the same garbage, just snake oil. So my journey and I also grew up in a caste system where we were considered low caste Untouchables. I was very interested in systems. So my journey to the United States as a seven-year-old kid was to understand complex systems in and out of MIT. And it was only in 2003, when I came back to medicine because there was a field called Systems Biology that was created. Why? Ironically, because the old model of understanding biology was this reductionist model, which was just looking at the parts of something they said, Oh, human beings are more complex because we must have more genes, a worm at 20,000, when the Genome Project ended, it turns out we only have 20,000 genes, that flip biology on its head because that reductionist approach to biology was proven to be false. You can’t look at a system based on the number of items it has, you have to look at the interconnections. How does the ocean react with the atmosphere? How do the clouds react with all of it, it gets quite complex. So instead of taking that Systems Approach, you take one variable, that’s what happened in biology. So I came back in 2003, spent five years creating a technology called CytoSolve®, where we can model complex biological phenomenon on the computer, using a Systems Approach that led me back to India, when I discovered was the Indian system of medicine was not a system of medicine, it was actually an engineering System of Principles that matched one to one with the principles of engineering systems theory that was created in the 1930s. So what I’ve started doing is to educate, I can educate any layman, you don’t have to have any degrees, you can be like my Grandmother, or you can be a school teacher, you can be a PhD at MIT. And I started educating people in three hours to understand the Systems Approach. And they can use these fundamental it’s a technology, it’s a science, they can use it to understand their body is a system, they can use to understand climate as a system they can use to understand their computer as a system, they can use to understand electronic voting machines as a system they can use to understand the political system as a system. And that is a foundational knowledge. And with that knowledge, they can now understand three principles. One is that we need to build a Bottoms-up movement. Forget republicans forget democrats forget left, forget right. Forget Trump, forget Bernie, forget all these guys. The history of human activity and changes always come from working people building a Bottoms-up movement Bottoms-up. And whenever you suppress that Bottoms-up nature, people decentrally build something, that’s the way you have power. And that’s what’s happened in academia, we’ve centralized things. Second thing is the establishment is very, very, very clever at creating the Not-So-Obvious version of itself, no different than the Pharisees were and Sadducees. And when you suppress freedom, you have censorship, you don’t do science. You don’t practice the scientific method, you practice scientific consensus. So what do they say? Yes, there’s a consensus now that the oceans are rising. It’s not true. There’s a consensus, the oceans are getting more acidic. I was in Andover, Massachusetts, a very elite community, in the library. 150 people would come. They’d invited a professor from BU, to give a talk on climate change. And these are all your highly educated liberal elites, what I call the uneducated, vulnerable to educated elites. So they’re sitting in this room in a library. And this professor gets up, who probably got tons of money to fund a center, and he says the oceans are getting more acidic. So in the middle of the talk, I said, Really, I said, Can you tell me the pH of the oceans? He goes, uh, well, I mean, they’re getting less basic. I said, the oceans can never be acidic. Okay, because if you take a bunch of saltwater, you know, you’d have to, you’d have to drop you can’t get it acidic. So he said, No, no, no, no, I meant to say they’re getting less basic. Well, I said, What’s the pH? He didn’t want to answer that. So they cut me off. Anyway, the talk goes on for 150 people. And the end of it, he goes, and the ocean levels are rising. And I go, that is absolutely false. They called the police, Dan. Andover police had to come in and the whole meeting was shut down. It’s all on video.
Dan Happel: That’s amazing. Oh, this is,
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: you know, and this is a liberal community where black lives matter. And I was the only dark skinned guy there who was raising questions. I mean, the contradictions are quite profound. The only guy probably with four degrees from MIT who studied the physics of it more, some more people need to understand there is no field called climate change. There’s no field called climate science. It’s nonsense. It doesn’t exist. There is no field, it’s a made up field. The real issue is if you want the people who actually know climate, are applied mathematicians, who must have two skill sets either fluid mechanics and fluid dynamics or radiative physics. Fluids to interacting fluids, the ocean, liquid fluid and gases, another kind of fluid, right? Which is the atmosphere. And then the fact that radiative physics is going to get all these chemicals, the sun hits it and how they radiate move particles that’s really, quote unquote, climate science, but there is no field. So over overnight, you have a bunch of people who become climate scientists. It doesn’t exist the field.
Dan Happel: Right, right. Well, environmental engineering and these kinds of degrees that don’t have a whole lot to do with science, Dr. Shiva, I hate to say this, but we really are out of time we are okay.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Sorry about that. Sorry. I was like, 10?
Dan Happel: Well, I’ll tell you what, let’s, let’s try to get you back on again, because I want to give you your full time. You do a fascinating job of explaining all this, incidentally, talk a little bit about your program to teach people systems engineering.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: So yeah, I don’t want to leave this without doing a big thing, it’s not even a pitch. Look. I’m a solutions guy. The issue is we can talk about the fact how the elites are affecting us in every area, not even the elites. It’s people who want to just make one power, profit and control. The only way forward is Truth Freedom Health, look, I ran for Senate. People want me to run again for another office. We’re the ones in Massachusetts who have two winning lawsuits right now, the only two lawsuits in the election fraud area that have survived dismissal, in court with a federal judge. And in fact, today, we’re going to be filing another. The judge also wants us to bring Twitter into this. All right. But the bottom line is, why is it that all of Trump’s lawsuits failed? Every single one of them? And why is it I have no law degree, and winning to lock in lawsuits right now in federal court.
Dan Happel: Representing yourself…
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Not one penny we’ve paid. By the way these lawyers will probably screw it up. Because they’re too much involved in the swamp, they don’t want to win. Trump didn’t want to win, I’m sorry, he was surrounded by people who didn’t want to win. So the bottom line is this, the only way forward, I repeat over and over again, is for working people. People actually work not people who live off other people’s labor, people actually work to rise up and build a conscious bottoms-up movement. But you that movement cannot be built just on passion. It’s not going to be just built on quote, unquote, patriotism, it has to be built on understanding the physics of change. And those and those principles, those physics are directly the same principles that run your body that run the universe. And that’s called system science. So every Monday night, you know, I do a three-hour course. We if people go out to be a vashiva.com, and when people go to vashiva.com on that site, they can literally support our movement. We are everything we do. It has three parts to it: education, building community, and activism. So the education is we want people to be serious, you you can go onto our website, VA SHIVA, you can go to the vashiva.com/join, you can just sign up as a member, you get access to a forum independent, a Big Tech, you can start conversing with people building friends all over the world. But then if you want people to achieve it, we want to give you money, they want to give me money, I give them back education. That’s what my grandparents taught me. We give them a book called ‘System and Revolution’, which teaches them an MIT two to three or control systems course in 108 pages. And then we give them a tool, they can understand their body as a system, they can use it for their health. But more importantly, they’re going to understand how systems principles work. Then other people, we want to create an army of 50,000, Truth Freedom Health warriors. By the end of this year, those people are going to be system scientists trained by me and MIT PhD, they’re going to get the knowledge of systems, then we don’t just don’t want them to be scholars. We want them to build community among other warriors’ truth for developers, and then we’re giving them things to do on the ground. So on the election issue, you know, forget lawyers, we have people directly going on the ground and going to their town clerk’s getting data, and we’re in all the counties we’re building to get this data and we’re going to share it with the public and there’s going to be more lawsuits coming. Second is on any one of these issues on health. People are educating people that wearing masks are going to hurt your oral microbiome. The issue with the inoculations and the jobs is not about public health. It’s really about whether we need to focus on boosting immunity. So, everything we do is taking science, legal and educating people. And this is not going to happen overnight. A politician is not going to do this. The entire political system is selections. It is not an election, as long as we have these electronic voting machines. It’s all nonsense. We need to go back to hand counted paper ballots reported at the precinct level and that’s a technologist telling people That the guy who invented emails telling you that we need to get rid of electronic voting period. They’re unnecessary. They’re not needed.
Dan Happel: Dr. Shiva and I, I have to thank you for joining us. Fascinating. We need to get you back on when we can give you more time to develop these ideas. But you’re absolutely right. Everything that you’re telling our listeners is 100%. Spot on. Thank you for joining us. I really appreciate this. And we’ll get you back on.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: So hello, everyone, this is Dr. SHIVA Ayyadurai. That was a talk I did with Dan. Basically, Dan wanted me to come on to really talk about the issue of climate as a system. And what I wanted to share with everyone was, if you guys can go online, if you go, you’ll see a video that I did talking about the entire climate system, it’s done on a blackboard in 15 minutes, you can understand the entire climate system. I also want, you know, as I spoke with Dan, one of the most important things people need to understand is that nothing is going to change in this world without educational understanding of how systems work. Otherwise, people keep making the same mistakes over and over and over and over and over again, okay. It’s just the nature of things, you know, imagine people just trying to fly, right and you didn’t understand Bernoulli principle, you try this and you try that and you keep failing and failing and failing. Finally, people understand the scientific principles of flight. And people get that Kittyhawk off, you know, 12 seconds, and then we build Boeing 747. And we go to space, because we started understanding Scientific Principles. The elites do not want you to understand Scientific Principles. They want you to chase a republican Chase, a Democrat, Chase, a Trump chase a Bernie, Chase left and right, chase pro and anti, they do not want you to stand up on your own two feet, and understand the principles. But when you learn to fish, you know, you don’t, you can go fend for yourself. If you learn to become an electrician, you understand the principles of electricity. Same with plumbing, you understand fluid mechanics, and so on, or an engineer. I’m here to educate you on Systems Principles, so you can free yourself. And that’s the most valuable thing I can offer. And we built that at vashiva.com. So when you go to vashiva.com/join, you can support our movement, you can give as much money as you want, because we’re building our own infrastructure. But when you support us, I give you back education. That is what makes sense to me. I don’t want to take people’s money for nothing. We’re not politicians who just say give me money, give me money, put you on recurring bills and take your money. We want the recurring thing we want you to have happen is for you to learn knowledge, go on the ground and build a movement. But that movement will only be successful if it is based on Scientific Principles. That is called system science. I encourage everyone to go to vashiva.com/warrior, and become a warrior for Truth Freedom Health. We need to build a movement. I personally educate people, we do it in our private classes online. So I welcome all of you to take advantage of that. You get access to books and knowledge, we’ve created our own capability where you can go online and you can connect with other people independent of Big Tech, but it’s important that all of you support yourselves by getting the knowledge you need and deserve. Okay, thank you, everyone. I’ll be back tonight. I think we’re gonna be talking about onions. And how onions affect the immune system. But you’ll understand whether it’s studying onions. Someone said if we have issues signing up, you can Email me Email me at VA SHIVA, I’ll put my email address vashiva at vashiva.com, and I’ll get back to you. Okay. And by the way, someone’s asking how do you sign up while you simply go Let me share my screen. You simply can go here. You can go to vashiva.com/join. Obviously gonna be a shoe.com. Go there.
So if everyone goes to vashiva.com, you’ll notice there’s a link right here called join. And when you click on join, you can join in various ways and and you can just contribute, you can become a warrior. For those who contribute 100 or more, you can just become a supporter, I give you the bestselling book ‘System and Revolution’, the tool ‘Your Body, Your System’, or you can just join for nothing and just become a member. But I want all of you to become warriors because this is an education. It’s a priceless education. You can’t get it anywhere else and let me finish up with the video, so all of you understand what this is about.
Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai: Thank you. But please take time to become a warrior. It’s through, you’re deciding to get education, we build a movement. And that’s what we’re doing. This is not about building a political party, we want to build an educated movement Bottoms-up. But it will not occur unless we raise people’s consciousness politically, economically, financially, spiritually by understanding the interconnectedness of things, and that there is a science to doing this. And that’s what we’re doing so, and there’s a science to it. And it takes a little bit of work to do it, it takes a little bit of investment of time and commitment and resources. But it’s here. It’s a priceless educational platform that we built the VA SHIVA, it’s also an opportunity for you to connect with other people independent of Big Tech, and also to learn not to just have connections and not to just to learn education, but you must act locally, and we put together actual activities that you can do so you can make, you know, flesh out of ideas. Now, that’s what this is about is about education, building community and acting. Without action. There is nothing. So anyway, I hope you guys do this. I look forward to seeing you guys on Monday evenings when I do it. And I’ll be doing a bunch of talks today and over this week. Thank you
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