Dr. Hawking was right, the human element needs to be maintained in civilizational function. Bots for doing work is fine as long as they don’t kill but in terms of running the civilization, bots and potential A.I. are a trashy way to deal with the running of humanity.
Wouldn’t have made it so far in improving myself without Mimi.
This blog does not consist of decrees, if you want more info on a post please debate me, I am flexible if proven wrong, also some of the stuff from days gone by in terms of my post content is no longer current within my psychological makeup.
Regarding the entire body of my artistic ourburst on the internet.
It was perhaps hotheaded, whether it was a poor decision or not remains to be seen.
I’m sorry, I was VERY lonely.
When I commenced classes after starting my path towards an undergraduate degree in political science at the university of calgary I was informed by an instructor during commencement that poltical science is the study of power relationships. Though useful, I feel that cold fact is the reason people get alienated from science when not a part of its establishment.
Science is supposed to serve humanity. Then I argue that anything worthy of the name of “poltical science” should be the study of how to help humanity through the inclusion of everyone in poltical debate. There are now so many tactics for excluding people from our so called “democracy”, such as voter supression, the corrupt prison system, or even calling people mentally ill. It is obviously communist to have everyone a part of the democratic process instead of relegating power to a bunch of wealthy persons.
For a poltical science that enables all to be a part of humanity in a meaningful way!
I am gonna try and refuse to discuss the news, once you see lies, censorship, and mutiple narratives I feel like I am not qualified to make any real analysis. I don’t know who to trust anymore. Too many power hungry people with an interest in selling arms is all I have been taught.
You filthied the Runes.
I mean we got some super awesome tech when resource wars were real and not artifical, it probably added more to our war obsession at a volatile time in our development.
Not sure this is original, but thought I’d share this thought.
My advice is realize this and overcome warmongering.
Biggest Big Name Influences:
For teaching me I can contribute despite my illness
For teaching me to fight for peace and express myself radically
For teaching me to express myself in as many ways as possible
Caspar David Friedrich:
For teaching me to see beauty in nature
Vincent van Gogh:
For teaching me to work hard despite no Earthly reward
For teaching me how beautiful photography can be
For teaching me to explore the other
For teaching me to see the beauty in everyday life
For teaching me about our heritage and openness of the spiritual mind
For teaching me that a better tomorrow will come
For teaching me to radically express love
For teaching me that escape fiction is potentially dangerous and beautiful
For teaching me morals through his depiction of Picard
For teaching me to see the beautiful in the other through the depiction of Data
For teaching me to embrace more than one world
John de Lancie:
For teaching me to think without constraint
For teaching me to appreciate my own thoughts despite what doctrine mandates
For teaching me about the absurdity and beauty of comedy
For teaching me to see what it is like to be opressed by the state
For teaching me about thematically paired music and beauty in music
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
For teaching me about Genius
Ludwig van Beethoven:
For teaching me about alienation from a corrupt elite and about opportunism
John Winston Ono Lennon:
For teaching me of the poetry in music and to be true to myself despite the danger
For teaching me to remember my child self
Martin Luther King Jr.:
For teaching me about the true meaning of justice
For teaching me never to think yourself better than others
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin:
For teaching me to be humble despite great power
For being disciplined when it comes to doing revolutionary work
For teaching me to rise above petty narratives and embrace materialist analysys of human societies
For giving me hope that we can indeed create a better world