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Monday, April 6, 2020

Colorado Radiocarbon Flag - A New Tranny Flag



The Radiocarbon Colorado flag is similar to the official Colorado flag.  However some adjustments are made.  First there is a radioactive warning label over the golden sun and the number 14 appears at the 11:00 position of the letter C.

Radiocarbon dating was an idea set forth from a local son from Colorado, Willard Libby.  Libby of Colorado figured that biological systems stop adding carbon to their systems after they cease to live.  Consequently the amount of Carbon-14 decays with a half life of 5730 years.  This connection of chemistry to biology added another key padding point to the theory of evolution.

In simple terms, a special kind of Carbon Dioxide, known as C-14, inside all living things turns into Nitrogen.  Basically, some of the weirdo Carbon atoms in living things decide to transform into a Nitrogen atom.   So in a way, C-14 is a Trans-atom.  But not all C-14 transitions at once.  It is predictable and about half of the Tranny Carbon-14 atoms will turn into Nitrogen every 5000 years.   Regular Carbon-12 is happy to exist as a Carbon-12 atom indefinitely.

Oh yeah, for the science bit...so when an organism dies, it stops breathing, so no more carbon dioxide is added or released.  So the amount of Tranny Carbon-14 left in its body gives us an estimate of its age.  Therefore, the more Tranny C-14 in a fossil the younger it is.  The less Tranny C-14, the longer ago it died.  There is less Tranny C-14 in ancient older fossils, because most of the C-14 has transitioned into Nitrogen.

Also when Tranny Cabron-14 starts its new life as a Nitrogen atom, it spits out an electron known as beta-radiation.  A tiny amount of beta-radiation won't hurt you, but a heavy dose can do major damage. When this happens, one of its Neutrons turns into a proton and it becomes a different element...element #7, Nitrogen.  This is natural alchemy!   If you want to turn lead into gold, you need to purchase a PPNR, personal protron-neutron resequencer, which has not yet been invented.




Friday, April 3, 2020

Flag in Jan Švankmajer's O Jogo Masculino - Thë Cråzy Šoçcer Šhort

Various football club pennants are visible in the bachelor soccer apartment in Jan Švankmajer's seminal 1988 classic O Jogo Masculino. The soccer pennants are often fibrated in gold.  It is difficult to make out the wording and teams.  However, the patterns and colours are distinctly visible.

 This video combines original live action with older stock footage about football matches.  In these cut real soccer fans can be seen gathering for a match with flags and the goose horns.  Additionally all sorts of claymation mixed with real footage give this comically silly, and absurd work of art a certain uniqueness.






 Oddly this movie short is one of the first cat videos.  During the bathroom break, the television just focuses on cats chillin' in a basket.  Interestingly, a few of the flags of the soccer teams can be seen on the wall on the left side of the window.  So in a weird way this film is a harbinger of things to come, with regards to cat videos.






On the bachelor's hat are several pins of the f.c.'s that he is apparently a fan of.  Although football is key element of this short film, it is an alternative take on football's violence, from an artistic point of view, of a Salvador Dali point of view.  It is quite dreamy and some would consider nightmarish.  But when considering today's violence standards of TV, movies, and video games, this film short is fairly tame.


Thursday, April 2, 2020

US Department of Treasury Armorial Banners

There are three possible versions of the US Treasury Armorial Banner.  Reason being, there are three major versions that are known to the public.

The official seal of thr US Treasury has a blue chevron with 13 stars, a key underneath, and balance above.




The armorial banner according to the flag of the US Treasury Department has a chevron of a darker blue colour, the key and scales are now a lighter golden colour, and a blue anchor holding the scales.

Usually the official seal and flag have concordance, but with the US Treasury, there is slight discrepancy.  Also the center star is spaced a little bit more upwards.






Finally the armorial banner of the US Treasury, which everyone has touched.  Many are actually unaware of its significance, but it can be found on any US $1dollar bill.  This seal follows the based design of the official seal, but the colours are different, being all green.  Likewise there are bullets of green all over.

Armorial Banner of the US Commerce Department

The armorial banner is a flag based upon the coat of arms.  Specifically the exact design of the shield.  For the US Department of Commerce, the shield has a divided banner.  On the lower half it has a yellow field with a grey lighthouse upon an rocky base.  The upper half has a blue field with a full rigged sailing ship.

The US Department of Commerce also has heraldic wreath (torse or headband) of grey and black with a bald eagle in the crest position.  You can see the function of the wreath on the knight, as it holds the crest in position.

International shipping was the key to American Commerce and provided the life force for the early colonies of America.  Commerce, like modern day Commericals, drive the modern economy of Western World.  It is no accident during the most prestigious modern day tourneys that commercials dedicated to commerce command the most power sums of money.





 

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Origins of the Walmart Logo - Fartmart


It was recently discovered that the Walmart logo and design was originally taken from silly magic shop similar to Spencer's known as Fartmart.  The design for the original Fartmart logo came into being when the magic store noticed that the farty noise and escaping end of a balloon sounded like the passing of intestinal gas.  Fartmart founder also discovered that the balloon looked like end of a derriere, so they decided to use a six pointed asterisk in reference and name, which people would understand as the biological mechanism that makes the fart noise possible.


Additionally the motto of Fartmart inspired Walmart's Save More. Live Better. The template was Smile More. Love Booietoots.



Tuesday, March 31, 2020

F.B.I Aromorial Banner - Federal Bureau of Investigations goes Medieval

The design of an armorial is based upon the design of a shield in a coat of arms.  Thus the flag above is the armorial banner of the F.B.I.  In the upper chief position is a yellow area with the scales of justice.  Below in the field are bars of red and white.  Three red and two white.

The flag of the F.B.I. has a shield and typical American design with stars, stripes, and olive branches.  In the compartment area is a ribbon with the logo Fidelity Bravery Integrity.  The F.B.I. represents the most senior law enforcement organization on a mostly national level, that is followed by state troopers, then county police, and at the caboose are local municipal police.

At another local level are school security, who work for school district governments, and finally at the very bottom are parking enforcement and mall cops.  One thing mall cops and the F.B.I. have in common is that they are uniformed police who have the sacred duty to monitor their fellow freedom loving Americans, to ensure they obey the law.

If a law should be broken, they have to power to make an arrest and persecute the criminal behavior of would be evil doers, be it shoplifting or domestic terrorism.  In a way the F.B.I. are mall cops with superhero level powers.  Mall cops can only watch you in the real world within normal human parameters.  However, senior level Mall Cops (the F.B.I) can probe into your personal tech with impunity.

When you apply the heraldic standard of the F.B.I. to the Nth degree, what you get is the image below.  Here our F.B.I. "Federal Police Officer" agent is has an armorial banner and shield.  The green olive branch supports are echoed in the feathered green top.  The 13 stars can found on the shroud of the horse.  








CIA Armorial Banner - Central Intelligence Agency goes Medieval

The armorial banner is type of flag based upon the pattern of a shield.  Basically one takes the design of the shield and puts it on a flag.  The flag above is a consequence of doing this to shield that can be found on the coat of arms of the C.I.A.  It is a red rose compass upon a field of white.

The official C.I.A. flag to the left features a white shield with the same red rose compass.  In the helm position is a wreath (headband) of red and white with an eagle head crest.  The motto can be found in the compartment, the reads The United States of America in red on a yellow ribbon.

Most American flags often retain Old World heraldic features, but maintain a unique and often abstract elements.  Since there is no official heraldic authority to codify or enforce flag design.  US flags can have unique quasi-heraldic designs.

Giving the C.I.A. coat of arms the full heraldic treatment, the wreath and eagle crest are put on a knights helmet.  In the image below a jousting knight with bald eagle crest and decorated horse is visible with an armorial banner.  Crests designs and colours allowed the public to identify knights in regalia during parades and jousting tournaments.