Bitcoin is the red pill of freedom

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson This article was originally published March 7, 2017. It is a long read which requires a bit of focus to follow. However, I believe it is time well-spent to grasp the various points, and how they fit together. What is a “dollar”? One of the best-kept secrets of modern […]

FBI Director Corney??

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson Is his name Comey or Corney? This blog is a bit different from my usual, but I was made aware of something this morning which is beyond frightening.  I found it hard to believe, but I actually got the original document which you can download from government servers here, […]

Repo-madness

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson This chart, or one like it, has been seen countless times by anyone that takes even a cursory look at the business section of any newspaper or website.  It does not take an economist to realize that this ends only one way.  Badly. Less understood is the talk since […]

Trade Soybeans now

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson I realize that most of my readers trade crypto and little else.  But I want to urge you to re-consider this rather myopic view of trading. I agree that it is a good idea to specialize in just a small handful of markets. Far better to know a few […]

Ross Ulbricht Wave Count

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson This blog is not really mine.  It is Ross Ulbricht’s.  He wrote an article detailing his BTC wave count.  He outlines his primary, secondary and tertiary wave counts (all decent wave counters have at least 2 counts, since there is no way to know in advance if your primary […]

This is pretty ugly

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson This is a 3 day chart showing that Bitcoin has balanced the time from the ATH -> the Dec 2018 low -> now. As time has balanced it is not unreasonable to think that a trend change could be coming soon.  We would like to believe that means that […]

GeometricThinking’s new paradigm

To celebrate what Jim feels is the likely and soon-forthcoming end of the crypto 2018-2019 bear market, GeometricThinking.com has decided to change their model. While in the past the group chat function was behind a paywall, it is now freely available for all of the site’s registered subscribers. Note that you will need to be […]

Lawyers for Ron Paul

Lawyers for Ron Paul By Jim Fredrickson on June 16, 2012 | Leave a comment | Edit Those of us who have been in the liberty movement for longer than a few months remember clearly the outright fraud and criminal activity that occurred during the 2008 · Ron Paul campaign for President. There were countless examples of vote tampering and outright vote stealing […]

Swimming in fuel

Swimming in Fuel By Jim Fredrickson on March 8, 2012 | 2 Comments | Edit Let’s talk about virtually free energy. Let’s talk about hydrogen. Hydrogen, as you may know, is the most abundant element in the universe – by a very large margin. Contrast hydrogen with uranium, which is one of the most scarce elements in the universe. Uranium is used […]

Was Fukushima a victim of Stuxnet?

Geometric Thinking Update By Jim Fredrickson Was Fukushima a victim of Stuxnet? By Jim Fredrickson on March 23, 2011 | 18 Comments | Edit As many of my readers likely know, there was an exceptionally brilliant piece of utterly evil computer code released on the world beginning in 2009.  It was named Stuxnet.  I urge you to read Vanity Fair’s April 2011 article about Stuxnet for […]

Running for US Congress, 2001

Running for US Congress, 2001 By Jim Fredrickson on September 26, 2010 | 1 Comment | Edit I mentioned to a friend recently that I ran for US Congress in the summer of 2001. Despite being a good friend, this person had not been aware of this. A cursory web search revealed that most references to my campaign have since been allowed to […]

The Constitution, part 2

The Constitution, Part 2 By Jim Fredrickson on September 10, 2010 | Leave a comment | Edit If you have not yet read Part 1, I encourage you to do so prior to reading this post. If you are unclear on how modern banking works, in particular how the FED works, I strongly urge you to read this post. We ended part one with the […]

The Constitution for the United states of America

The Constitution for the United States of America By Jim Fredrickson on September 3, 2010 | 2 Comments | Edit The Obama administration referred Arizona’s immigration law to … who? You might guess it had been referred to the Supreme Court. But you would be wrong. It was referred to the United Nations for review. As discussed in an earlier post, we recently […]

Canaries in the Gulf

Canaries in the Gulf By Jim Fredrickson on July 11, 2010 | 1 Comment | Edit As you may know, there was practice at one time to bring a canary into the coal mines. It’s purpose was quite simple…. Many mines were prone to being filled with toxic gases which often had no identifying smell. This was a problem, as people were likely […]

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