Monthly Archives: March 2017

Celebrating 30 years of DOC

Comment on Celebrating 30 years of DOC I wonder how much of the story of conservation photos tell. So much is so rarely seen. Here in Kaikoura it seems that many aspects are under threat, as many different pressures add … Continue reading

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ANG – AI Robotics continued

ANG AI Robotics continued Hi Deb, I don’t see technology as the problem – I see that the way we use markets as the prime measure of value as the major problem. Technology is neutral in a very real sense, … Continue reading

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Members of ANG

March 26-28, ’17 ~QofDay~ Members of ANG Out of 438 members listed as members of ANG, only few are communicating. Where are others? Why do you think they are silent? I’m here. Check in most days. Have done since 14th … Continue reading

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London Futurists – A serious assessment of the Technological Singularity

London Futurists – A serious assessment of the Technological Singularity Will the ongoing acceleration of technology result in a “technological singularity”? No surprises – David and I agree about most things 😉 Two things I would stress. 1/ If something … Continue reading

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Continued discussion in an old evonomics thread on Objectivism

Continued discussion in an old evonomics thread on Objectivism [This whole thread seems to boil down to fundamentally different views on reality. Teaparty follows Rand’s presumption that the universe necessarily follows the rules of the simplest possible logic paradigm, consistently. … Continue reading

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London Futurists – Can technology abolish aging?

London Futurists – Can technology abolish aging? Will technology provide us the means to slow down and even reverse aging? If so, what are the consequences? Should we seek to avoid that outcome, or to accelerate towards it more quickly? … Continue reading

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Comments to Peter Joseph on reading the introduction to his new book

Peter Joseph’s new book – The New Human Rights Movement Introduction and themes Hi Peter, Agree with you Peter that the issues are structural, and they are far deeper than the introduction gives any indication of. Several aspects to those … Continue reading

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