Epstein wasn’t just a donor but a client of Humanity+’s papa organization Alcor, whose cryogenic technology promises eternal life. If you can foot the bill, that is.
Stop canceling people, and start canceling culture.
Our corporate elites want us to eat bugs. They want this very, very badly. Like many, I was first very skeptical of this idea, but now I have come around. Here is why.
A little note of discomfort was enough to release a torrent of hatred and abuse—abuse of such vitriol and nastiness that ContraPoints, a veteran of troll-wars with the Alt-Right—for the love of the fuck—was chased off of Twitter.
Unfortunately, medicine is as subject to such human frailties as status-seeking and fashion as anything else.
No thank you, juridical persons and gentlemen. I have called out the poverty of your overrated logic and I have called forth the Passionate Renaissance.
Endlessly and forever, people are doing the same old things, treating the history of youth culture as a buffet from which they can pick and choose whatever stale trend they want.
Do unto others in a way that will imprint your mark on them so permanently that it echoes of your essence. Visit them in the middle of the night. Normality is boring and hides under the covers when greeted with the faint sounds of iconoclastic wonder.
The alt-right never had to kill their friends: they never even had any. Did they even need them? The bare fact of their ideology was the banner which bound them in brotherhood as they incubated in dark corners of the Internet.
The liminal future represents our only path forward. We posit that the resilient liminalists will be the last ones standing after the final violent attempt of the sedation of the psyche.