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54 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

Yes, that is true.

But there is no advantage to having the robots in China vs. anywhere else. The deflationary force of these robots in China is much greater than it would be anywhere else where shorter range supply chains can save on transportation costs and turnaround times. Particularly in the US/Mexico. The labor arbitrage was what China offered for 4 decades. Robots are not that kind of advantage for China. They are to Japan  and US where the capital base is distributed to efficient logistical and market allocations, vs. China which has concentrated it within itself for strategic power benefits rather than economic efficiency. Its use of the BRI countries to offshore its pollution is just as stupid as its initial decisions to capture industries that require perpetual subsidy to remain in China. The BRI countries were backwards because their natural endowments were poor and no amount of capital will ever come to overwhelm it, definitely not profitably.

China is no longer in a position to pursue large scale strategic industrial projects without a positive ROI as it is going broke internally and is desperately seeking world capital to enter and keep the system running while the elite plot their escape into security and financial well-being outside of China. It should be obvious to the financial crowd pressing to get into China that the only reason for the CCP to let them in is because the CCP sees no value in the stub of the Chinese cigar that is left.

I don't know what you imagine China is like. I just watched this vlogger who is comparing the US with China.  He is a South African living in a second tier city in China.  If you have the patience, watch it and give me your reaction.  But I suppose you probably won't watch it because you won't agree with what he says. 

 

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@hotone seems to be missing the point of the economics of what China is doing.

As one of the videos of the robotic manufacturing is showing, the amount of capital sunk into this operation is enormous. So enormous in fact, that it requires its inputs to be nearly free in order to generate a positive cash flow beyond its financing cost. It is one of the reasons China provides free electricity to the Aluminum plants and uses nearly free coal for the pig iron and steel plants that supply the body plant in the video. The  coal and iron ore have been downgraded from Brazilian and Aussie prime quality that works in arc furnaces to produce high quality steel, to domestic coal and ore that are use in inefficient blast furnaces. That was to save on FOREX. The engineers building the equipment are young and in extremely short supply. They cost more than the rest of the labor in the plant put together. Their main source was training in the US, where they were 30% of STEM students.

The economy needs those plants to be profitable and to be owned by more of the people, not a handful of CCP elite, otherwise the plants will robotically produce cars with a price tag that can attract buyers only at or below the cost of their inputs. That has been the lesson of the last Decade in China. So yes, the system produces many billionaires, Their fortunes are made up of profit shifting from SOE and related companies into private CCP connected elites, while weighing down the public's bank savings with failed SOE loans being rolled over and growing with additional losses each year. So much so that the private economy's shadow banking system was chopped up in order to stop the drain of savings flows into the State banks and funding away from private business and into SOEs.

China is now the story of loss making capital expansion.

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3 minutes ago, Hotone said:

I don't know what you imagine China is like. I just watched this vlogger who is comparing the US with China.  He is a South African living in a second tier city in China.  If you have the patience, watch it and give me your reaction.  But I suppose you probably won't watch it because you won't agree with what he says. 

 

Yes, the Chinese government enjoys the trust of their people because the people do not hear of anything the government doesn't want them to hear. Something similar to what the US corporate partners of China are trying to do in the US. The young generation in China, however, is on the net all the time using surreptitious connections via VPNs. They have total distrust in both their conforming elders and the CCP and government structure. You just don't see them doing it in public on a video where their face can be identified and swift government retribution would be had.

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6 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

@hotone seems to be missing the point of the economics of what China is doing.

As one of the videos of the robotic manufacturing is showing, the amount of capital sunk into this operation is enormous. So enormous in fact, that it requires its inputs to be nearly free in order to generate a positive cash flow beyond its financing cost. It is one of the reasons China provides free electricity to the Aluminum plants and uses nearly free coal for the pig iron and steel plants that supply the body plant in the video. The  coal and iron ore have been downgraded from Brazilian and Aussie prime quality that works in arc furnaces to produce high quality steel, to domestic coal and ore that are use in inefficient blast furnaces. That was to save on FOREX. The engineers building the equipment are young and in extremely short supply. They cost more than the rest of the labor in the plant put together. Their main source was training in the US, where they were 30% of STEM students.

The economy needs those plants to be profitable and to be owned by more of the people, not a handful of CCP elite, otherwise the plants will robotically produce cars with a price tag that can attract buyers only at or below the cost of their inputs. That has been the lesson of the last Decade in China. So yes, the system produces many billionaires, Their fortunes are made up of profit shifting from SOE and related companies into private CCP connected elites, while weighing down the public's bank savings with failed SOE loans being rolled over and growing with additional losses each year. So much so that the private economy's shadow banking system was chopped up in order to stop the drain of savings flows into the State banks and funding away from private business and into SOEs.

China is now the story of loss making capital expansion.

If China is in such bad shape, why is the China consumer market so important to  US companies these days?  

https://m.marketscreener.com/news/latest/U-S-Firms-Get-Another-Boost-From-China-Update--31708242/

Back in the year 2000, I was working for an American firm. At the time, China's economy was much smaller and still behind Japan, but the company generated 70% of its Asian revenue in China.  So much so, that they considered the rest of Asia as not very consequential.

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1 minute ago, Hotone said:

If China is in such bad shape, why is the China consumer market so important to  US companies these days?  

https://m.marketscreener.com/news/latest/U-S-Firms-Get-Another-Boost-From-China-Update--31708242/

Back in the year 2000, I was working for an American firm. At the time, China's economy was much smaller and still behind Japan, but the company generated 70% of its Asian revenue in China.  So much so, that they considered the rest of Asia as not very consequential.

This is not 2000

International companies are looking to the Chinese market by plotting the lines tracking its growth during its real growth phase when their boomers were young and maturing adults, into the future, where that same baby boomer demographic has been intensely saving for retirement and has been retiring at a large and accelerating pace. By 2025 the center of the boomer demographic's bell curve  will have left the labor market, and the incoming Millnnials will have hit middle age and started saving for retirement. Their Millnnials are 1/3 smaller in number than their Boomers, and their Gen Z is less than 1/2 the size.

What made the lines of growth statistics so impressive is long gone, what growth is had is a product of loss making capital investment and public works, and more recently a slight of hand in reporting data by provincial govt. and the NBS.

As touched upon elsewhere, the big Western consulting firms speak to SOE leaderships and govt. and CCP officials and draw calculations based upon numbers these people are providing without doing due diligence on the ground speaking to operators within the SOEs and small businesses serving consumers and the SOE sector. They are driving Merrill, Morgan Stanley Goldman and Lazard etc. to guide investment clients into the smoldering stub of China's growth that the CCP is happily selling to them before all that remains is ashes.

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Such conversation's can have many ramifications, for instance it would seem one country may well be responsible for the greatest source of pollution gone unchecked..under the radar. In fact there seems to be no need for HEV/ EV technology. Container ships seem to pollute more emissions than all the world's auto's combined. By a factor of 4000 times more?

https://www.statista.com/statistics/1104473/daily-container-traffic-from-china-to-the-us/ 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1229857/How-16-ships-create-pollution-cars-world.html

https://www.livebunkers.com/bunker-fuel-pollution

Shipping is by far the biggest transport polluter in the world. There are 760 million cars in the world today emitting approx 78,599 tons of Sulphur Oxides (SOx) annually. The world's 90,000 vessels burn approx 370 million tons of fuel per year emitting 20 million tons of Sulphur Oxides. That equates to 260 times more Sulphur Oxides being emitted by ships than the worlds entire car fleet. One large ship alone can generate approx 5,200 tonnes of sulphur oxide pollution in a year, meaning that 15 of the largest ships now emit as much SOx as the worlds 760 million cars.

The UN's International Maritime Organisation (IMO) released a report in 2007 saying a 10% reduction in fuel burning was possible on existing ships and 30-40% possible for new ships but the technology is largely unused, as the regulations are largely voluntary.

As ships get bigger, the pollution is getting worse. The most staggering statistic of all is that just 16 of the world’s largest ships can produce as much lung-clogging sulphur pollution as all the world’s cars. Because of their colossal engines, each as heavy as a small ship, these super-vessels use as much fuel as small power stations. But, unlike power stations or cars, they can burn the cheapest, filthiest, high-sulphur fuel: the thick residues left behind in refineries after the lighter liquids have been taken. The stuff nobody on land is allowed to use.

 

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The IMO2020 (International Maritime Organization 2020 Act) regulated <.5% sulfur content in ocean-going vessels. 

I'm not sure how well that's being enforced. 

Someone told me that China is strictly enforcing it, by shooing violators away from their docks. 

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1 hour ago, 0R0 said:

This is not 2000

International companies are looking to the Chinese market by plotting the lines tracking its growth during its real growth phase when their boomers were young and maturing adults, into the future, where that same baby boomer demographic has been intensely saving for retirement and has been retiring at a large and accelerating pace. By 2025 the center of the boomer demographic's bell curve  will have left the labor market, and the incoming Millnnials will have hit middle age and started saving for retirement. Their Millnnials are 1/3 smaller in number than their Boomers, and their Gen Z is less than 1/2 the size.

What made the lines of growth statistics so impressive is long gone, what growth is had is a product of loss making capital investment and public works, and more recently a slight of hand in reporting data by provincial govt. and the NBS.

As touched upon elsewhere, the big Western consulting firms speak to SOE leaderships and govt. and CCP officials and draw calculations based upon numbers these people are providing without doing due diligence on the ground speaking to operators within the SOEs and small businesses serving consumers and the SOE sector. They are driving Merrill, Morgan Stanley Goldman and Lazard etc. to guide investment clients into the smoldering stub of China's growth that the CCP is happily selling to them before all that remains is ashes.

Today, many of the previously permanent jobs have been replaced by the gig economy.  By the year 2025, AI and automation may again displace many of the jobs currently performed by humans.

The world is going to have massive problems with unemployment, lack of social mobility and wealth inequality.  It has been discussed in some forums, that free wheeling, democratic, individualistic, capitalist societies will have a hard time coping with this change compared with an authoritarian, collectivist, socialist society.  I think this has been borne out by the ability, or lack thereof, of the different societies to clamp down and control the Coronavirus pandemic today. 

The CCP has an implicit contract with the Chinese people that the country and their lives will continue to improve as long as they allow the party to remain in power.  I am no Communist and I think that the CCP is harsh and undemocratic, but they are fairly competent.  In the future, China will probably end up being a calm, moderately prosperous country while others may end up in chaos, with extremes in wealth and depredation.

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6 hours ago, Wombat said:

I disagree Jay. I may agree with most of your analysis on the green economy, but I think that the average American wants to know that their vote actually counts. There are military personnel fighting for freedom and democracy in Afghanistan that have just seen their votes turn up in a dumpster. Imagine how they feel. They have put their lives on the line in the name of Democracy only to be severely betrayed. Some have said they will quit the military over the issue. Not good at all. There is no democracy without transparency and here in Australia, we are not laughing at America, we are deeply concerned and petrified the same thing might happen here. Has happened in South Korea too. 

I'm a fairly average American and I'm quite confident that my vote counts as much as any other citizen. The claims of systematic voter fraud are non sense and will be thrown out of court. We have transparency, you guys just don't want to see it because you lost.

As with any large undertaking like a vote with 150 million ballots there will be a few small issues but nothing that amounts to changing the outcome of the election. From what I read the number of military Trump votes found in the garbage were a whopping grand total of 7. 

Actually the mechanism that disenfranchises me most in the presidential election is our ridiculous electoral college. It means that since I live in a state that is overwhelmingly Democrat that my vote doesn't matter at all. Further it means that the person who lost the popular vote can still be my president such as Trump has been for the past 4 years. How is that an equitable outcome for a democracy? That is the real systemic voter fraud in our system.

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20 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

I'm a fairly average American and I'm quite confident that my vote counts as much as any other citizen. The claims of systematic voter fraud are non sense and will be thrown out of court. We have transparency, you guys just don't want to see it because you lost.

Aw, come on, Jay! For a smart guy you can be as dumb as a stump, when it fits your purpose. Dead people have been voting in America since we became a Republic; every politician knows it and furthermore knows that the only way to win is to take into consideration the cemetery vote. 

Not only that but there are centers of voter fraud to fit the system, most of them Democrat, though I'm sure the Republicans have a few too. The old Boss Tweed Machine was notorious; it ran NYC from Tammany Hall until Mr. Tweed died--and NYC has been endowed with the corrupt Democrat vote-getting cerebral cortex ever since. Furthermore, the mailbags containing the military vote has been put down in more corners than you can count in the Pentagon (over 20,000).

We haven't even touched on voting machines, the anathema of any strict Lutheran, not to mention the Luddites. Those babies can be programmed from as far away as . . . well hell, Jay, I'll bet you anything a guy could program one from Beijing. HaHaHa. 

Furthermore, though I'd like to put you down as average, you are far from "average." You make more money. You were born with a larger brain, though you sometimes use it for the damnedest purposes. You are some sort of cog in the California Dream Machine, though I haven't figured out just where you fit. In short, you know too much about energy dynamics and economics to be outside the looking glass, looking in. A cog knows that a lithium-ion battery storage bunker is going to be built at Moss Landing before the local realtors. 

We do not have transparency. For instance, transparency would mean that every voter in America today knows that the computer in question in Antrim County Michigan has been interrogated by a bipartisan panel of experts and hadn't been tampered with. And we'd know why so many people either moved away from or died in Nevada--has there been a toxic spill? If we had transparency we'd all know for sure why Fox News precipitously called Arizona and at that moment, every swing state stopped counting--was that just a two-hour coffee break or what? In truth we know none of those things and are therefore like earthworms tossing the soil during a tumultuous political season: we're being kept in the dark, fed bullshit with a little wine thrown in by the elite San Francisco class, likely Plumpjack chardonnay aged in oak by the Newsom-Getty winery.

The "Average American" is the person whom you want as a customer for your wind and sun power but makes the equipment and knows it's mostly junk. The average American likes cars with carburetors and reluctantly drives one with fuel injection. The average American would rather go to war with China than to suffer through a bout of their virus. The average American showed up at one of Trump's rallies, instead of driving a Prius over to a parking lot so Joe Biden could holler at them for five minutes like a scene out of Pixar's "Cars". The average American has lost someone to Alzheimer's and is pretty damn sure he recognizes the same process brewing in his new president-elect's brain. The average American--trust me on this--knows that the new president will not be exiting the Oval Office at age 82, cracking jokes and barking out astute executive decisions.

And when it dawns on the average American that he has been duped--when it becomes apparent that the Boss Tweed Political Machine knew all along that their candidate was impaired--he or she is going to be madder than a hornet. At that point, you will get to witness, up close and personal, what the average American does when you piss him off. 

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5 minutes ago, Gerry Maddoux said:

Aw, come on, Jay! For a smart guy you can be as dumb as a stump, when it fits your purpose. Dead people have been voting in America since we became a Republic; every politician knows it and furthermore knows that the only way to win is to take into consideration the cemetery vote. 

Not only that but there are centers of voter fraud to fit the system, most of them Democrat, though I'm sure the Republicans have a few too. The old Boss Tweed Machine was notorious; it ran NYC from Tammany Hall until Mr. Tweed died--and NYC has been endowed with the corrupt Democrat vote-getting cerebral cortex ever since. Furthermore, the mailbags containing the military vote has been put down in more corners than you can count in the Pentagon (over 20,000).

We haven't even touched on voting machines, the anathema of any strict Lutheran, not to mention the Luddites. Those babies can be programmed from as far away as . . . well hell, Jay, I'll bet you anything a guy could program one from Beijing. HaHaHa. 

Furthermore, though I'd like to put you down as average, you are far from "average." You make more money. You were born with a larger brain, though you sometimes use it for the damnedest purposes. You are some sort of cog in the California Dream Machine, though I haven't figured out just where you fit. In short, you know too much about energy dynamics and economics to be outside the looking glass, looking in. A cog knows that a lithium-ion battery storage bunker is going to be built at Moss Landing before the local realtors. 

We do not have transparency. For instance, transparency would mean that every voter in America today knows that the computer in question in Antrim County Michigan has been interrogated by a bipartisan panel of experts and hadn't been tampered with. And we'd know why so many people either moved away from or died in Nevada--has there been a toxic spill? If we had transparency we'd all know for sure why Fox News precipitously called Arizona and at that moment, every swing state stopped counting--was that just a two-hour coffee break or what? In truth we know none of those things and are therefore like earthworms tossing the soil during a tumultuous political season: we're being kept in the dark, fed bullshit with a little wine thrown in by the elite San Francisco class, likely Plumpjack chardonnay aged in oak by the Newsom-Getty winery.

The "Average American" is the person whom you want as a customer for your wind and sun power but makes the equipment and knows it's mostly junk. The average American likes cars with carburetors and reluctantly drives one with fuel injection. The average American would rather go to war with China than to suffer through a bout of their virus. The average American showed up at one of Trump's rallies, instead of driving a Prius over to a parking lot so Joe Biden could holler at them for five minutes like a scene out of Pixar's "Cars". The average American has lost someone to Alzheimer's and is pretty damn sure he recognizes the same process brewing in his new president-elect's brain. The average American--trust me on this--knows that the new president will not be exiting the Oval Office at age 82, cracking jokes and barking out astute executive decisions.

And when it dawns on the average American that he has been duped--when it becomes apparent that the Boss Tweed Political Machine knew all along that their candidate was impaired--he or she is going to be madder than a hornet. At that point, you will get to witness, up close and personal, what the average American does when you piss him off. 

Why Mr. Maddoux it would seem perhaps you may have missed a calling, . Quite well said it is good to see the fire's are very much alive.

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15 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

It is although it does seem primitive as compared to what i have seen, but the trail is on the drive. Actually here is a pattern to a lot of the questions surrounding Trump, the FBI loss of text messages only to show up a yr later and damming texts. The one that is still not been answered is the study done on HCQ. A rather prestigious medical journey came out a basically discounted HCQ as witchcraft..THe entire medically community clapped hands.....only to find out the data given to them was corrupted by some goofball science fiction writer....It made that community look like fools...Below...and not a word since.

Thursday's retraction doesn't mean that the drug is helpful — or harmful — with respect to the coronavirus. Rather, the study authors were unable to confirm that the data set was accurate

https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/lancet-retracts-large-study-hydroxychloroquine-n1225091

Below is something far more elegant and goes underwire until the hard drive is examined or the voting tallies are so out of whack a 8th grade education could see it.

https://thermolabo.com/en/usb-dataloggers-do-you-put-your-company-at-risk/

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1 hour ago, Jay McKinsey said:

I'm a fairly average American and I'm quite confident that my vote counts as much as any other citizen. The claims of systematic voter fraud are non sense and will be thrown out of court. We have transparency, you guys just don't want to see it because you lost.

Oh, and this just in, Jay: it has been verified that the voting machines in Michigan were connected to the Internet. 

I doubt that the "Average American" was aware of that. 

This just gets better and better, this transparency of yours!

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Well Old Uncle Joe's greatest hits...Where will this end?

 

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3 hours ago, Hotone said:

In the future, China will probably end up being a calm, moderately prosperous country while others may end up in chaos, with extremes in wealth and depredation.

Chins, with the most billionaires by far doesn't have wealth disparity? Do tell

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3 hours ago, Hotone said:

Today, many of the previously permanent jobs have been replaced by the gig economy.  By the year 2025, AI and automation may again displace many of the jobs currently performed by humans.

The world is going to have massive problems with unemployment, lack of social mobility and wealth inequality.  It has been discussed in some forums, that free wheeling, democratic, individualistic, capitalist societies will have a hard time coping with this change compared with an authoritarian, collectivist, socialist society.  I think this has been borne out by the ability, or lack thereof, of the different societies to clamp down and control the Coronavirus pandemic today. 

The CCP has an implicit contract with the Chinese people that the country and their lives will continue to improve as long as they allow the party to remain in power.  I am no Communist and I think that the CCP is harsh and undemocratic, but they are fairly competent.  In the future, China will probably end up being a calm, moderately prosperous country while others may end up in chaos, with extremes in wealth and depredation.

The CV19 epidemic taught us very little, but that Western governments do not attract good talent and that the choice of "experts" depends on the political expedience of the politicos rather than any science they are expert in. The leading figures of the CV19 dictatorship of public health are from the periphery of their fields, largely from within bureaucratic careers. We have proven that the Gov't  is useless. China's gov't attracts their best and brightest.

The CCP can not live up to its contract any longer because of the basic economic blunders made persistently to this day that make anything China touches into a loss making financial hole. They have yet to disengage from Maoist economic measurement and tendency to control and centralize. Their delusion that the CCP had a hand in the great success of China can not be held that much longer, as the actual drivers of China's economy have already reversed and are due to accelerate downwards. While CCP policy accelerated the buildup of excess capital to near universal saturation, it created no value added as the supply overwhelmed demand and brought output prices down to a thin and often negative margin for production. The CCP's drain and allocation of resources is now China's worst enemy and a huge anchor weighing down what would otherwise be a mere millstone of an economy.

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1 hour ago, Gerry Maddoux said:

Oh, and this just in, Jay: it has been verified that the voting machines in Michigan were connected to the Internet. 

I doubt that the "Average American" was aware of that. 

This just gets better and better, this transparency of yours!

What exactly has been verified and by whom? How about a link. Smart people pay attention to the details and intricacies of an issue and not the fake news hype.

"Voting machines cannot be connected to the internet during ballot tabulation. Only after counting is finished and a paper record has been generated will some jurisdictions connect the machines to the internet to send unofficial results to the county clerk. Simultaneously, these jurisdictions will bring a hard copy of the paper tally to the county clerk to ensure all vote counts remain accurate." https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Security_best_practices_693420_7.pdf

 

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3 hours ago, Hotone said:

Today, many of the previously permanent jobs have been replaced by the gig economy.  By the year 2025, AI and automation may again displace many of the jobs currently performed by humans.

The world is going to have massive problems with unemployment, lack of social mobility and wealth inequality. 

That is the kind of problem that only a free market economy can solve. The personal interaction economy is what has been absorbing the labor released by industry. Much of it is indeed a gig economy in structure, but that is precisely how most of its workers want it to be.

The West has been losing industry jobs both to automation and to China and other manufacturing hubs for generations. We have already seen the outcomes all are fearing so badly. The death of bookkeeping and general secretarial work in the 1960s and 1990s respectively, the rise of techno jobs and physical and online social interaction jobs/small business and services have filled in. Aesthetic design and advice, medicine, etc. have expanded.

As the Chinese experiment ends, the US/Mexico is reshoring industry with most of the industrial jobs to Mex and most of the high capital intensity facilities to the US. They don't produce that many direct jobs, but they produce an enormous swath of peripheral employment.

China has to restructure entirely in order to get there.

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15 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

What exactly has been verified and by whom? How about a link. Smart people pay attention to the details and intricacies of an issue and not the fake news hype.

"Voting machines cannot be connected to the internet during ballot tabulation. Only after counting is finished and a paper record has been generated will some jurisdictions connect the machines to the internet to send unofficial results to the county clerk. Simultaneously, these jurisdictions will bring a hard copy of the paper tally to the county clerk to ensure all vote counts remain accurate." https://www.michigan.gov/documents/sos/Security_best_practices_693420_7.pdf

 

That is what they said, not what they did.

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Just now, 0R0 said:

That is what they said, not what they did.

So you claim, I am still waiting for actual evidence. That is all I am asking for and you can sway my opinion to the next stage of the analysis. 

I am looking forward to these issues being investigated by the courts.

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6 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

So you claim, I am still waiting for actual evidence. That is all I am asking for and you can sway my opinion to the next stage of the analysis. 

I am looking forward to these issues being investigated by the courts.

As they say in poker

Read em and weep

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7 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

So you claim, I am still waiting for actual evidence. That is all I am asking for and you can sway my opinion to the next stage of the analysis. 

I am looking forward to these issues being investigated by the courts.

Here have a read and reflect...hacking by the net is as old and outdated as a model T. True tech moves forward every few yrs. Unlike some very old expensive tech..

https://help.campbellsci.com/CR300/Content/shared/Maintain/Security.htm

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2 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

So you claim, I am still waiting for actual evidence. That is all I am asking for and you can sway my opinion to the next stage of the analysis. 

I am looking forward to these issues being investigated by the courts.

Hammer/scorecard software was loaded into the Dominion tabulation machines at the time they stopped the counts in all those county election centers. In order for it to happen in such a tight time window they had to have been pinged from the web. They are wired up all the time, what the operator controls is only the external software skin's operation, the rest of it is running like a Microsoft update program in the background. Indeed, there was a mystery patch downloaded to all the machines the day before the election with no report of what it does. The technical experts in a prior video posted here claim to have successfully hacked into all the machines from a laptop in a car next to the counting facility. They can reach the reporting software, the tabulators and even the in person ballot scanning/voting machines.

The intentions spilled on paper are not the reality of the physical election world.

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The "air gap myth" explained in the video above, graphic Here

 

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This was another coup attempt against Trump by the Deep State, Big Tech and the state media who want the globalist good times back. In addition to the witness testimony and videos supporting this, especially from swing states, there are now a number of data scientists who have done analyses of the votes which shows this to be the case, particularly in the swing states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Virginia.

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1325592112428163072.html

Real time vote switching in PA

https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/hammer-scorecard-fraud-changing-votes-in-real-time/

 

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