We had a lockdown recently and it turned into a smackdown. You all know what a smackdown is, so I won't get into details.
If human nature could be elevated to being satisfied with pride of accomplishment for its own sake, it won't need much in the way of governance in any form. In that case, we'd just need an efficient (and benevolent) bureaucracy to manage the infrastructure and provision for education and health
I would love to see what the human race is up to 1,000 years from now. I'd be amazed if it still exists. I'm unsure whether it will be an incremental series of single nuclear explosions that gradually poison the planet, or the nuclear apocolypse we used to fear in the '50s and '60s. One or the other seems inevitable, the way things are
The Great Universal Intelligence knows how much I need "control" and it takes special measures to constantly remind me I can't have it. There was a time when I thought these things were just a matter of luck, mostly bad luck. Over time, however, it became clear that things were well outside any conceivable parameters of random chance. A shrink
Does this look familiar? It's virtually identical to the home page. Sometimes visitors go straight to the blog without stopping at the home page. If you're one of those people, this blog article is for you! Thank you for coming to find out about my Eidolons, and/or yours, and/or Bob's. What is an eidelon? You might well ask. Since you are here,