Category Archives: Agriculture

Pinpointing the human role in the expansion of the Sahara desert

Growing agricultural addiction had a severe effect on the region’s ecology. As more vegetation was removed by the introduction of livestock, it increased the albedo (the amount of sunlight that reflects off the earth’s surface) of the land, which in … Continue reading

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1960s sci-fi horror or 2019 reality?

The government should retain a comprehensive library relating to what is captured from previous thought processes (harvested using one of the variety of possible means of doing so). Then, entrust an AI to clear your every passing thought through a … Continue reading

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For your interest, do not say what you want, or even think what you want

If you say what you want, “they” will use it against you. The solution is to not say what you want.   If you think what you want, “they” will use it against you. The solution is to not think … Continue reading

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Netflix CEO on entertainment in 20-50 years

Through Quartz, quoting Netflix CEO at the World Mobile Congress: “It’s tough to think about entertainment,” Hastings said, “when I’m not sure if we’re going to be entertaining you or entertaining AIs.”

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Unfreedom as freedom

Freedom is the right to abandon independent thought while engaging in abuse of others with zero personal accountability for actions. It would be better that way.   (P.S. – sometimes I use the “agriculture” label to refer to “farming”, as … Continue reading

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“This is what I do” (explained)

a) I do it. b) I won’t stop it. c) If you ask to stop it, probably will do more of it. d) I don’t care if it’s evil or against my own interests – I will do it because … Continue reading

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Rape acceptance programming (“date rape pulse patterns and frequencies”) – security threat potentially related to observations of degrees of puppeting

This refers to microwave pulses or other electronic weapons, including possibly in conjunction with sonic ones (the conditioning aspect here is likely to be exceedingly minimal in any given instance, particularly if someone is aware, but the power of suggestion … Continue reading

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Why is the cutting edge moving forward at the same rate despite 25 times as much research activity?

Through MarginalRevolution there is a paper called Are Ideas Getting Harder To Find?, which shows data indicating that the rate of new ideas has not increased, despite about 25 times more researchers involved in a certain area of research activity. … Continue reading

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How to get fruit to ripen when you want

Tired of buying too bananas which then go off all at the same time so you don’t eat them? Someone has a solution. It involves spraying edible coatings onto produce that alter their speed of ripening. So, each banana in … Continue reading

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Albertan oil, distribution of gains and risks, and long-term social end economic development processes

Some time in the future, when the oil runs dry and an undiversified shell of an economy turns back to wheat and cows, and some number of weather-related bailouts have been fully internalized, it may start to register that the … Continue reading

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