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Civil Unrest, Revolution, & the Phase Transition Curve

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1-The Protest of Truth

Political corruption is everywhere, no matter what country we look at. Standing up for the truth will become increasingly prominent. This is part of the War Cycle – the civil unrest side. Career politicians and the mainstream media simply do not get it. They assume this is normal; no one ever said anything about them robbing us blind before, so they do not understand why people are becoming mad now.

What we just saw in Burma demonstrates that the computer is correct. Correlating these trends has enabled the computer to see decades into the future. Although others take current facts and try to fit it to a cycle to pretend they can forecast such things, these types of trends are set in motion decades in advance and move slowly until we see a real boiling point.

Boiling Water

Water takes a lot of energy to heat up. The amount of energy it takes to actually heat water is very well established. A calorie is the amount of energy it takes to heat one gram (1 mℓ) of water by 1°C. This can be expressed as 1 kcal = 4184 J, which is how much energy it takes to heat one kilogram (or liter) of water by 1°C. Therefore, 1 Btu = 1055 J, which is the amount of energy it takes to heat one pound of water by 1°F. Now, when we actually chart the progression of heating a pot of water, we discover a phase transition, meaning we are reaching the point when we convert the liquid water into a gas and see steam.


So if I want to take 500 mℓ of water from 18°C to boil, I need to expend 82×0.5 kcal to get the job done, or 171.6 kJ. It takes a lot of energy to boil a pot of water. The economy functions in the same manner. We progressively turn up the heat and then all of a sudden it enters a phase transition and erupts almost out of nowhere. This is the nonlinear progression of a boiling pot of water. Politics amounts to the same type of progressive curve.