Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle
By Visayas Outpost
March 2, 2023
If Werner Heisenberg were alive today, I like to think he would be amused by the state of world events shaping our reality. He was one of the fathers of quantum mechanics, and Readers probably know him best by his Uncertainty Principle. It is from this uncertainty that we get concepts like superposition. We can thank Heisenberg for proving we cannot know certain related attributes with simultaneous certainty. Is Schroedinger’s cat dead or alive? Both? Are quantum events tapping into alternate universes? Was it Berenstain or stein?
We face the same uncertainty in all manner of false flags, ‘news’, and even historical events. They are revealing themselves so quickly these days that the phenomenon requires a name: The Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle. In the few days it will take to compose this article, new examples of the principle will emerge….such as just this morning intelligence agencies admitting that they made up Havana Syndrome. I mean, why not, right? It was a big deal for several years now, except that it was fake. Or was it? After all, that is the same basic answer we get from intelligence as the UFO phenomenon going all the way back to the 50’s. It used to just be weather balloons and imagination….until it was Chinese balloons and possible ET’s….oops or maybe it was hobbyists.
To better illustrate, let me highlight some examples of the Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle. Maybe it will spark discussion, and maybe you have examples of your own to add:
Artificial Intelligence: Read any mainstream A.I. article, or discuss it with any mainstream person, and you will conclude A.I. is a fact. Machines have arrived, they are smarter than us, and can now take over all the decision making. But it is actually a giant psy-op because…wait for it…. A.I. isn’t real. What they actually have making all these decisions, and solving problems we can’t solve, and creating AI artwork, is learning algorithms and computers with massive processing power. There is no ‘intelligence’ in terms of self-awareness or autonomy, nor are they on the verge of such a breakthrough. But you wouldn’t know that without digging deeper, and they are content for us all to accept the concept unquestioningly.
To the world at large, the story they want to cement in your gray matter is that “AI is real, AI is the answer, AI can be trusted.” It will be A.I. flying your planes, steering your self-driving cars, and managing your virus risk. It will only be ‘real’ because people imagine it to be, much like Covid. But the enslavement of humanity by it could still be very real, even though you can fool Chat GPT. Those are human beings giving inputs to the algorithms, friends, and they can tweak it whichever direction they want to.
False Flag Events: Some are obvious false flags that have been confirmed over time. For example, the Gulf of Tonkin “incident” that was not an incident. We accept those and even call them FF’s, because they are so well known. Then there are deeper level events like the Titanic, or the Hindenburg, which can’t be proven concretely. But we “just know” something fishy was happening, with 101 theories as to why. 9/11 is still in this category, for the sheer number of people who stick to the government story without question. Superposition of 9/11 would hold that both the official story AND the unofficial story are simultaneously true. Reality in this case is only determined by whichever position the news will report, and thus the masses will hold. They ‘know’ the truth as much as you do, since it is the only reality in front of them.
Twitter: I will pick on Twitter, but the same observation holds for other social media. Most of society believes these companies were built-up by visionary entrepreneurs, and serve a neutral public good. Others may suspect they tilt left, or were suppressing conservative views. But few know these companies to be built from DARPA or CIA-fronts, and run as data harvesting, opinion managing, tentacles of the Borg. We are spoon-fed narratives such as Elon Musk coming in to ‘save’ Twitter, when he himself is most likely an intelligence front-man. Is he demonstrating to us the dangers of FBI-run narratives? The ubiquity of “AI” bots? I view it as a limited-hangout in its current form, meant to lure ‘Patriots’ back in. And despite these competing realities of Twitter, the only one that will ultimately matter is whatever Wiki says about it in years to come. While the left hand has you wondering about Twitter, the right hand has you thinking Tik Tok is a Chinese wonder weapon. Which of course it is…aren’t they all?
Existential Threats: Just pick one. Climate change, Russians, coronal mass ejections, alien invasions, Chinese infiltration, asteroid impacts, viruses, etc. What all of these have in common is they only exist on some imaginary or statistical level. They are the invisible threat, which we can’t really prove, but must be real because everyone thinks so. And you better agree, or you could be bullied from your job, shunned from discourse, even “re-educated” if you happen to live in Australia. Death is right around the corner if we don’t act on it right this minute, so open up your wallets please. The “AI” will be very convincing, across all strata of narrative, to get your compliance on these things, because the Borg needs funding to fight it! And if you are not part of the solution then that makes you part of the problem. How dare you be so selfish? We have collectively imagined an alternate reality, at least up until the point a UFO lands on the White House lawn. But the footage will be too blurry to make it out exactly, so just trust us on that.
Safe for Democracy: This one is a doozy. It is the post-WW2 overarching policy, the one on which the US leans for nearly every foreign policy position. It is no longer OK for other countries to conduct their own affairs how they wish, because any non-democracy is a threat to us. Such countries must assimilate, or be regime-changed. Thus, we need to become totalitarian so that we can preserve freedom. We need to destroy the voting process to make sure the results are correct.
Note that this quantum entanglement is often paired with Existential Threats. I doubt if the average media consumer can even conceive of a world in which we were actually friendly with Russians, or managed to find ways of getting along without B-52’s. Our way is better, see, and the other guys are evil. That is why we have overthrown dozens of democratically-elected governments, staged indiscriminate proxy wars, placed military bases all over the Earth, and recently attacked one of our own NATO allies. It was for their own good. We have to make the world safe for democracy, Ivan, because God intended it to be so.
The US has been weaving this neo-manifest-destiny reality for some 75 years now, ensconcing it as fact through every method of persuasion available. It has set the stage for this notion of Multi-polarity – which they reason must be inherently bad if it diminishes the Unipolarity of a US dominated world. Yes, I see the irony of using these Borg-words that have been seeded into the zeitgeist over the last few years, but that is partly the point. We claim to be in favor of a free market and free exchange of ideas…but only those that benefit us. With the massive power of the US Military at our disposal, there are not that many even willing to argue the point, if you see my point. The US thus exists in two realities simultaneously, which may end up being like Matter and Antimatter. The totalitarian land of the free.
Died Suddenly: In the quantum realm, it is possible for stillbirths, miscarriages, and myocarditis in children to be attributable to all kinds of factors. Except for vaccines. These will all be explained with a straight face, and seem just so darned reasonable to the believers. Who knew that food coloring was so deadly? Who knew that behavioral risks for pregnant mothers were so much higher than we always thought? Yes, mystery deaths seem to be spiking for professional athletes as well, and there are 101 new reports and reasons explaining these anomalies. Simultaneously, it is obvious that the negative efficacy rate of the vaccines was exactly that: killing more people than it saved. We have seen it for some time now, and it apparently doesn’t matter how many reports of sudden death, or unearthed Pfizer research results become public. The masses believe what they believe, because this is the Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle. Vaccines are safe if we took them, and unsafe if we avoided them, with ample reasons for believers on both sides to keep believing.
Space, the Final Frontier: I’ve written before about the Scarcity Model, one of the Malthusian concepts that has driven society for at least 50 years. This fragile blue ball, with too many people breathing too much air, and eating all that meat. Not that these notions have merit, but the Explainers could not even have a debate about it if we were out there exploring space. All the energy we ever need is right up there on the moon in the form of Helium-3. Expanding to inhabit other worlds helps preserve the human race, if they are truly afraid of our extinction. But instead, they fuel this idea that we can’t leave the planet, can’t land on the moon, can’t survive in space, and can’t afford to go to places like Mars.
I will freely admit there is something very interesting and yet-to-be-revealed about the Moon, for any Readers who are into the mystery of all things Stanley Kubrick. But to the point, the Borg is eagerly at work out there in the chat rooms promoting flat Earth, and whether the moon is even real, and whether history itself was re-written in the last 200 years…and so on. If you ever want to take a break from this nut house and be truly inspired, watch the series For All Mankind, and another one called The Expanse. There are plenty of good reasons to be optimistic about the future of space -- but that is decidedly not the goal of the narrative managers. So we are trapped in a quantum state, as it were. Able to go to space, but not willing. Fighting for scarcity that doesn’t exist, to the point of rolling out plans to kill off a good percentage of the population. Pretending there is only one way to live, and only one patch of dirt that we must fight over. Yes, it is insane, and part of the Hindenburg Uncertainty Principle.
If the world survives the next handful of years, I wonder if the writers and thinkers who still have their sanity will be able to mark a point sometime around 2017 when an Awakening began to build. I have this fantasy of a modern Kristallnacht taking place, where one morning while sipping coffee and browsing the news, we learn those at the top of the pyramid are either hanging from ropes or in Guantanamo. Chicken farms stop burning down, trains stop derailing, and Germany decides to patch things up with Russia after all. Black and white neighbors enjoy cookouts together like we used to, and professional athletes don’t need to make political statements during the National Anthem. Kids stop pretending to be trans, we can go through airports with our dignity intact, and people can express their thoughts once again without being shrieked-at by Body Snatchers. It is a nice dream, anyway.
Can the genie ever be put back in the bottle? Or did this foray into quantum reality rip a permanent hole in space-time? For now we exist in a quasi-state of pending destruction. It doesn’t feel good. I am glad to live in a peaceful place, with a good woman, and focusing on the simple things of life. The real things, you could say. Readers, I hope you can do the same. I’m cracking open a San Miguel Pilsen right now, and clinking it to yours across the miles. Stay frosty.
Peace be upon you in Christ,