Destroy the Goy: The Metaphysics of Anti-White Hatred, Part 1 | The Occidental Observer – White Identity, Interests, and Culture

June 4, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Ideologies are like engines: what matters is that they reach their destination, not what they run on or what they’re made of. But one vital difference is that an ideology can reach its destination without being internally consistent or conforming to reality. That isn’t true of real engines. Take the Marine I space-probe in 1962. Its destination was Venus, but its mission failed completely because one small mathematical symbol was omitted from its on-board program.

The cost of failure

When the program ran, it “treated normal minor variations of velocity as if they were serious, causing spurious corrections that sent the rocket off course.” In other words, Mariner I didn’t conform to reality and didn’t get anywhere near its destination. The cost of failure amounted to hundreds of millions in 2018 dollars. But the mistake won’t happen again because the problem has been identified.

Source: Destroy the Goy: The Metaphysics of Anti-White Hatred, Part 1 | The Occidental Observer – White Identity, Interests, and Culture


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