As a man who has spent a huge portion of his life lovingly studying conspiracy theories, let me tell you it was one hell of an honor to be accused of being part of one. RU Sirius explains how some nutter named Anders, who is a fan of another gloriously awesome nutter,
Athena Andreadis’ article in h+ about the transhumanist fear of biology in general and their underestimation of just how complex and powerful biological systems is deliciously blunt:
And it came to me in a flash that many transhumanists are uncomfortable with biology and would rather bypass it altogether for two reasons, each exemplified by […]
Malcolm Gladwell’s beat down by Steven Pinker seemed to keep popping up in conversation last week. Anissimov has been tracking the back and forth, I saw Outliers on my friend Drea’s bookshelf, and Alex and I chattered about Gladwell vs. Pinker between mouthfuls of Indian food. Why does this guy, whose clever, but […]
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