The Atlantic: The War on Stupid People

The Atlantic: The War on Stupid People.

solid yo…good readπŸ™‚

Watch “Science Can Answer Moral Questions | Sam Harris | TED Talks” on YouTube

Trust dude… it’s good for ur health if ya do πŸ˜‰

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The Production of Monsters –

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Your Phone Was Made By Slaves: A Primer on the Secret Economy –

When the realization happens ….ya can’t really go back..and then ya see it everywhere, all around you. Your friends, your family, your coworkers, your neighbor, your random fellow human beings. We re all pretty sick if we can pretend that the cost of being in our various states of being that we choose to embrace doesn’t exist. And in that awareness that occurs, the acknowledgement of the rest of the worlds existence in comparison to yours…lies a simple vehemently disgraceful choice that is all too freakin normal and taken by far too many of us…its fucking disgusting. Ugh. That’s the sum of my issues right now. Who the hell wants to exist in this world if we cant exist together and progress as well…? Well f that, even the best of us are at fault in at least some of the ways..we dont choose the life we are born into, and I really dont expect anyone to try to swim against the currents that come with the oceans they begin in… But dont fuckin believe it’s not an ocean and you’re a fuckin mermaid while the plankton creates the bouency you need to stay afloat…. Crap i need to bounce to practice now. Just as well I suppose.. (I started talking about mermaids in oceans with phytoplankton… Good time to stop thinking hahaha). Honestly i just wish for us to Be aware and then not digress. Mermaids man

Google’s CEO just sided with Apple in the encryption debate | The Verge

Nice nice…. It really boils down to the principle of it all. In a huge way this becomes the same fight people had way back in the middle ages against the then aristocracy. When did we become so retarded that we forgot how to process it thoughts about what we should do/how we should feel when it comes to the fundamentals that all people need? I saw some peeps being interviewed on the news this morning and they didnt see a problem with letting it happen. They reasoned with thoughts like “what if there’s more info useful about other terrorists? I think its okay in this case..” Those terrorists are dead, and what would/could they possibly have on their phones about anything if the route they (the couple/terrorists) chose that act as a thing to do that’s acceptable/further their ideas? Sure it scared a few folks…but overall it wasn’t very effective at all in making any point or furthering their fanatic agendas. Our lives and way of life is still prevailing. So my question is: We’ve placed rules and created laws to protect our societies, why digress out of fear? The mere fact that the peeps that want things such as access to personal info on phones and computers do not understand how to access it and/or aren’t capable of doing it themselves (otherwise they’d have already done so), is a horrible way to hinder our ability to think freely. Shit it’s like minority report, and that was a movie. Even so our problem lies in the individuals of said society not understanding what’s at stake at all…That’s why snowden did what snowden did. It’s sad when majority of us don’t even know who snowden is. Good call on Google and Apple to take a stand. Lets see if they can make it stick. What sucks is that the privacy matter is one of the things that our Western way of life should protect because it’s an ideal and necessity in all our lives. The terrorists don’t have it. They’re headed to caveman times. If it gets taken away, maybe then the masses will finally understand what they’ve lost, and we’ll be headed to cavemen times as well. Meh, I really hope we don’t go down that route.

– Fz

Forbes Now: Three Key Ways For Companies To Succeed In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Forbes Now: Three Key Ways For Companies To Succeed In The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Scary times are now…. Lol

– Fz

Watch “The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast” on YouTube

Yes sir… I figured this out the hard way..(through years of reading, research, “experience”…and being honest bout myself whilst trying to making sense of it all=came up with the same end theory). Now you dont have to do all that/ you can just watch this video..  Hooray..