Religion Kept the Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians Backwards

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Religion Kept the Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians Backwards

Post by N567 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 6:15 am

In continuation of the previous thread that discussed how superstition kept the Jews, Africans, and Native Americans backwards, this thread will discuss how religion kept the Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians backwards, allowing the Caucasians to surpass them and become the world's master race.

Though the Chinese launched the 1st Industrial Revolution in 500 BCE with inventions like the animal mill, watermill, and windmill, they never progressed beyond building mechanical devices because religion in the form of Shenism, Confucianism and Taosim held back their progress, and they were surpassed in the 1600's by the UK and in the 1800's by the USA who started building more advanced types of machines such as optical, thermal, chemical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, radiant, radioactive, and nuclear devices.

While the West launched the 2nd and 3rd Industrial Revolutions and was busy building factory farms, cotton gins, reapers, winnowing barns, combine harvesters, steam engines, steam turbines, gasoline engines, diesel engines, jet engines, chemical reactors, hydraulic power plants, trains, railroads, oil pipelines, rotary cone oil drills, Edison cement, poured concrete, concrete mixers, concrete pumps, concrete molds, skyscrapers, electric power plants, telecommunications, aircraft, and nuclear reactors, no such changes took place in Asia causing their scientific and technological progress to lag behind the Western Powers. This is caused by the Asian's tendency to be collectivist and never question belief systems like religion, and this is proof of the Asian's racially inferior genes and proof that the Caucasians are truly the master race.

Additionally, the Hispanics of Spain and Portugal, who are a mixed race possessing Caucasian and Arabic DNA because of their occupation by the Islamic Caliphate from the 600's to the 1400's, and their colonies in South America and the Philippines, are also backwards and have made no scientific discoveries or inventions because they are fanatical Catholics, and their irrational attitude is again caused by their inferior genes.

The Eurasians of Eastern Europe and Russia, who are a mixed race possessing Caucasian and Mongol DNA because of their occupation by the Hun Empire from the 400's to the 500's and the Mongol Empire from the 1200's to the 1300's, are also backwards and have made few scientific discoveries or inventions because they are fanatical Orthodox Christians, and their irrational attitude is again caused by their inferior genes.

Several changes occurred in Western Europe, specifically the UK, France, and Germany, that would destroy the influence of Catholicism and launch the 2nd Industrial Revolution in the 1710's, and the 3rd Industrial Revolution in the 1860's. Here is a timeline of important events:

1500's: Martin Luther launches the Protestant Reformation that causes a break up of religious unity.

England introduces the capitalist system with its property rights and financing systems in the form of banks, loans, treasury bills, time deposits, bonds, mutual funds, and stocks, making it easier to start a business and grow it to a tremendous size.

Henry the 8th introduces secularism which separates church from state in order to remove the influence of Christianity from government.

1688: The British Revolution is launched and after its conclusion, the monarchy is removed from power with King James being reduced to a constitutional monarch and with political power being transferred to a Parliament comprised of assemblymen and led by a prime minister. The UK then becomes the 1st country in history to have a democracy complete with constitutional rights such as freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of religion, truly freeing people from the control of religion. However the government of the UK is only partially democratic because its officials are elected by the assembly and they still retain a constitutional monarch.

1712: Thomas Newcomen invents the Atmospheric Steam Engine, the 1st practical steam engine that launches the 2nd Industrial Revolution. The problem with early attempts at building steam engines was how to capture the energy of the steam to produce a useful output. To accomplish this, Newcomen allows the steam from the boiler to enter a piston which is completely devoid of air in order to create a vaccuum which would make it easier for the steam to flow. When the steam presses down on the piston, it then exits through a hole at the bottom of the chamber while the piston hits a mechanism to close a regulator valve that controls the flow of steam into the piston. When the counterweight pulls the piston back up to its initial position, the mechanism is released and steam flows back into the piston to repeat the cycle. The reciprocating motion generated by this engine is then transmitted to a crankshaft in order to generate the rotary motion that is used to power machinery.

1775: The American Revolution is launched and after its conclusion, the British are driven out of the continent, and the United States of America is formed. The USA then becomes the first fully democratic country, which, aside from using the same human rights as the British Constitution, also includes the right to bear arms and its officials are elected directly by its citizens.

1790's: Antoine Lavoisier discovers Chemical Reactions, Chemical Combustion, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Stoichiometry, Solar Heating, and invents the Chemical Reactor, Solar Boiler, Solar Furnace, and Solar Reactor, creating the field of chemistry.

1792: William Murdoch invents the Gas Compressor and Gasometer to store coal gas and use it for gas lighting and gas heating. The Gas Compressor pressurizes the coal gas using piston compressors powered by steam engines while the Gasometer stores the coal gas for distribution through pipes.

1812: Joseph Bramah invents the Hydraulic Power Plant which makes it possible to transmit power to multiple factories using hydraulic pumps powered by large steam engines housed in central power generating plants. This eliminates the need for factories to have their own steam engines, reducing the cost of building the factory and eliminating the need to have steam engine operators and stokers, decreasing the cost of labor in running the factory.

1852: William Armstrong invents the Hydraulic Accumulator which is a tank that accumulates water pumped by the Hydraulic Power Plants and lowers a heavy metal piston into the water to pressurize it, a steam engine is then used to raise the piston when the water from the tank empties so that more water can flow in. This raises the pressure of the water, increasing the transmission range of the Hydraulic Power Plants.

1868: Nikolaus Otto invents the Internal Combustion Engine. It uses a 4-stroke cycle where air and fuel are pumped into the engine using fan pumps that are driven by shafts coupled to the engine and then compressed in a cylinder that is manually pushed upward by a crank during the starting cycle. When the fuel/air mixture is sufficiently compressed, a flint igniter is pushed by the rotating cams on top of the engine into another flint to generate sparks and ignite the fuel. When this happens, the explosion pushes the piston downwards, rotating a crankshaft that pushes the adjacent piston upwards to begin its compression stroke, while the cam pushes on an exhaust valve to let the exhaust gas escape. The cycle then repeats itself when the next cylinder begins its ignition stroke, and this continues until the last cylinder is ignited, before returning to the 1st cylinder to keep the engine continously running until fuel runs out or the engine is turned off.

1878: William Armstrong invents the Hydroelectric Generator which he uses to light an arc light in his mansion.

1882: Thomas Edison builds the 1st Combustion Electric Power Plant in Pearl Street Manhattan, New York and the 1st Hydroelectric Power Plant in Vulcan Street Appleton, Wisconsin, both of which are the world's 1st electric power plants. To generate so much power, Edison invents self-excitation where the generators use electromagnets on their stators rather than permanent magnets because building large permanent magnets would be dangerous. Edison also invents the 3-Wire system to greatly increase the amount of current flowing through the wires and installs the wires underground to avoid obstructing public roads. The 3-Wire system gives the Edison Power Plants a transmission range of 1.6km, covering an area of 8km^2 or 889 city blocks. Edison also recycles the waste heat from his generators using a technology he developed called Cogeneration which uses water pipes placed around the generators to absorb the heat and use it for domestic heating applications for which Edison invents the Steam Water Heater, Steam Space Heater, and Steamer and this gives his power plants an efficiency of 50%. Because of the superior efficiency of the Edison system, gas lighting, gas heating, and hydraulic power instantly become obsolete and Edison's company, GE, rushes to electrify the USA and countries where it has foreign branches, in 1882 alone, Edison builds 11 new power plants.

1885: Thomas Edison invents the radio transmitter for use on his other invention, the radio telegraph. It works by amplifying the signal generated by the telegraph using the carbon transmitter amplifier, another Edison invention that made long distance telephony possible, before sending it to an inductor with an iron core. The inductor generates a concentrated magnetic field because the spins of the electrons flowing through the coil are aligned in a single direction causing it to generate circulating lines of photons known as a magnetic field. The iron core in the inductor then concentrates the magnetic field to increase the range of the transmitter. Because the magnetic field in the inductor is being switched on and off, this causes the photons of the magnetic field to vibrate, generating radiation. A reciever on the other end which is also made of an iron core inductor, converts the radiation back into electricity because the electrons in the inductor are attracted to the radiation and moves in the same direction that the radiation moves. The resulting signal is then sent to a telegraph printer, also invented by Edison, to generate the output.

1888: Nikola Tesla invents the AC 3-Phase Alternator, and Transformer which gives electricity an unlimited range. The AC 3-Phase alternator works by having the electromagnet of the stator turn in the prescence of several inductors, since the inductors only produce current when the electromagnet passes by it, it generates intermittent pulses of current which are termed alternating current. Since the current is alternating the acceleration and decceleration of the electrons in the wire causes the photons surrounding the electrons to accelerate and deccelerate back and forth because of their attraction to the electrons and this becomes what is known as radiation. When the AC is run into an inductor, it causes the radiation to become focused because of the rotation of the electons being aligned in the coiled wire, causing it to generate circulating lines of photons known as a magnetic field, and since the current is intermittent, the magnetic field oscillates, causing intense radiation to be emitted in all directions. The radiation is then absorbed by placing a second inductor in the prescence of the primary inductor, causing the electrons in the secondary inductor to be attracted to the radiation and move in the same direction that the radiation moves. To amplify the voltage, the number of turns in the secondary inductors is increased to multiply the forces exerted by the moving electrons and add them up, causing the voltage to increase. This makes Tesla incredibly wealthy and allows him to produce even more inventions.

1903: William Crookes invents the spinthariscope, a device used to measure radioactivity. It works by using a zinc sulfide screen to absorb the energy of incoming radioactive particles and generate light in the process. The intensity of the radioactivity is proportional to the intensity of light displayed on the screen. To make the measurements more precise, a photoelectric material can be placed near the screen to convert the light enery into electrical energy and send the resulting electricity to a motorized gauge that will rotate a needle against a spring in proportion to the input electric power. The value on the dial that the needle points to indicates the level of radioactivity.

1908: Henry Ford invents vertical integration, the moving assembly line comprised of conveyor belts, rollers, and overhead gantry cranes, and power tools in order to lower the cost of building automobiles. This leads to a revolution in mass production that makes automobiles commonplace and eliminates the need for horse drawn vehicles. This revolution in mass production is also applied to other goods causing the USA to have the largest economy in the world, and the mass production of weapons at a scale greater than other countries makes the USA the most militarily powerful.

1934: Siemen's company, founded by Werner von Siemens, invents high voltage direct current power transmission. It works by rectifying the high voltage AC at the output of a transformer into high voltage DC using vaccuum tube rectifiers. Since a vaccuum tube only allows current to flow in one direction because electricity has to power the heating element at the cathode in order to eject electrons out of the cathode terminal, through the vaccuum, and into the anode terminal, a set of vaccum tubes is arranged in a diamond shape and the vaccuum tubes' anodes are all aligned in the same direction. The AC is fed into a pair of parallel input terminals in the diamond shaped array of vaccuum tubes, so that both the positive and negative cycles of current are forced by the vaccuum tubes to flow in one direction at the output terminals that are also parallel to each other. A capacitor is then connected to the output of the rectifier to stabilize the resulting mono-polar AC current and turn it into a DC current by means of storing charge when current flows through it and then discharging electricity when the AC voltage and current drops to 0 to maintain an electrical output, while the reverse current generated by the discharging capacitor is blocked by the rectifier itself, neutralizing any capacitive reactance. When the high voltage DC reaches an urban area, it is converted back to AC using an inverter and then sent to a step down transformer to lower the voltage before distributing it to the power grid. The inverter works by using sequential circuits of vaccuum tubes where the output terminals are connected to feedback lines so that the initial input that goes into the circuit and is outputted goes into the feedback line to cause interference, causing the first set of tubes to be switched off so that the next input goes into the next set of vaccuum tubes, and this cycle repeats itself until it returns to the first set of electronic switches. Each switch is connected to a resistor, and each resistor has a different value so that the current will fluctuate. The 1st set of resistors is connected using the same polarity as the input DC current, to generate the positive cycle, while the 2nd set of resistors have the polarity of its output connections reversed to generate the negative cycle, resulting in a bipolar alternating current. The advantage of high voltage DC when transmitting electricity over a long distance is that it is not interrputed by capacitive reactance which occurs when high voltage AC is transmitted over very long distances. When electrical wires are too long, they gain the ability to store charge because of the large amount of available space for storing electrons, causing the wires to act like a capacitor. When the AC runs through these long wires, a reverse current is generated when the AC voltage and current drops to 0 because there is nothing to block the stored charge from escaping the capacitive wires. As a result, the reverse current causes interference and blocks the input current when it is turned back on, generating heat and causing energy to be wasted, resulting in the phenomenon termed capacitive reactance. When direct current passes through the capacitive wires, some charge is stored but since the DC is always on, the charge cannot escape, so no capacitive reactance occurs and no energy is wasted.

1942: Enrico Fermi invents the nuclear fission reactor in the USA. It works by placing sufficient amounts of fission grade uranium together to generate a critical mass that will cause the atoms of the uranium to split because of bombardment by neutrons. To cause the uranium to become fissile, it has to be bombarded by neutrons from radioactive materials like Americium, rendering the uranium unstable because of the increase in quantum fluctuations caused by the zero-point energy of the protons and neutrons in the atomic nucleus, because when enough protons and neutrons are accumulated in the atomic nucleus, the energy and forces generated by quantum fluctuations adds up until it becomes sufficient to eject particles out of the atom such as gamma ray photons, electrons, neutrons, and helium nuclei comprised of 2 protons and 2 neutrons. To trigger nuclear fission, sufficient amounts of uranium are placed together to cause all the neutrons they are radiating out to collide into each other's atoms, and the energy of these collisions causes the atoms to split. To prevent neutrons from escaping the reactor and concentrate them inside in order to increase reactor temperature, the interior of the reactor is lined with Beryllium which has the ability to reflect neutrons. The reactor's outer vessel is then made of graphite to prevent other forms of radiation such as gamma ray photons from escaping. To generate electricity, coils of pipes filled with water surround the reactor vessel to absorb the reactor's heat. When the water superheats into steam, it exits the coils and goes into a steam turbine, which rotates, and in turn rotates a shaft that is connected to an AC alternator.

1964: Philo Farnsworth invents the nuclear fusion reactor. It works by placing sufficient amounts of fusion grade hydrogen together and fusing them by supplying heat from a laser. The hydrogen is made fusile by bombarding it with neutrons from a radioactive source such as Americium, generating deuterium and tritium hydrogen. When the hydrogen, which only has a proton in its nucleus, gains neutrons, this increases the attractive nuclear forces generated by the atomic nuclei to the point that the electromagnetic repulsion of the protons can be overcome which makes it possible to fuse the hydrogen atoms together, but because of the electromagnetic repulsion generated by the electrons of the hydrogen atoms, the electrons must be separated by ionizing the hydrogen gas into plasma, and this is done by heating the hydrogen using a laser. Because the laser uses so much electricity, the power generated by the reactor is only slightly higher than the power supplied to the laser, making the fusion reactor inefficient. However the fusion reactor is an excellent source of neutrons used in various types of experiments and manufacturing processes, leading to its widespread use and continued development.

1966: Howard Hughes invents the Radioactive Isotope Thermoelectric Generator for use on his other invention the Surveyor 1, the world's 1st space probe. It works by using the heat of radioactive isotopes to power thermoelectric generators which use junctions of dissimilar metals called thermocouples to absorb the heat and generate electricity. When the radioactive particles from the radioactive isotope makes contact with the thermocouples, the heat causes the electrons in the thermocouples' atoms to move through the circuit with the positive junction containing an excess of electrons and emitting it and the negative junction containing a deficiency of electrons, enabling it to absorb the excess electrons from the positive junction, and when the negative junction gets full, it discharges the excess electrons to the adjacent positive junction of another thermocouple instead of sending it back to its own positive junction because its connection is facing the source of heat which repels the electrons to the connection with the adjacent thermocouple which is not facing the heat source, generating a flow of electrical current which is stopped only when the heat source is removed and the excess electrons have returned back to the positive junctions.

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Post by N567 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:54 pm

The following article from the National Alliance talks about how Christianity is only a fraud created by Jews to make gentiles irrational by making them believe inconsistent and irrational stories about a fictional character named Jesus: ... nk-a-cork/

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Re: Religion Kept the Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians Backw

Post by Jim Mathias » Tue Oct 22, 2019 10:29 pm

"Religion," or those social devices where ethics, values, and perhaps philosophy in the case of some few credos aren't all created equal and so I can't say I agree that all belief systems keep peoples backwards.

My inclination is that the overall quality of a people and its capacity to produce a considerable number of highly gifted individuals is a predominate indicator of how well a people can rise above general backwardness. It's men who create and sustain the religion, not the other way around. If generations fail to produce quality stewards of this, it seems to me that it follows that the religion will let the rest of the people down.
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Re: Religion Kept the Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians Backw

Post by N567 » Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:36 pm

Jim Mathias wrote:"Religion," or those social devices where ethics, values, and perhaps philosophy in the case of some few credos aren't all created equal and so I can't say I agree that all belief systems keep peoples backwards.

My inclination is that the overall quality of a people and its capacity to produce a considerable number of highly gifted individuals is a predominate indicator of how well a people can rise above general backwardness. It's men who create and sustain the religion, not the other way around. If generations fail to produce quality stewards of this, it seems to me that it follows that the religion will let the rest of the people down.
That is true, I did mention that the fanaticism and collectivism that kept Asians, Hispanics, and Eurasians backwards are caused by their racially inferior genes.

There is evidence that a fanatical and collectivist mentality is caused by the presence of the 5-HTTLPR gene in non-Caucasian races.

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