To quote from above:
But all these depend on a beautiful, delicate, graceful web of public goods humanity has learned to weave, with great difficulty, over millennia. The true story of progress is about how all those fragile public goods mesh, interlock, intersect, sparking incandescent, explosive chain reactions of…
the ‘’what would we do?’ thing is a popular mind exercise
what we have done is the culmination of what we are — ie human beings, The firemaking brainy ape.
And like all living things, we do what we do best, eat and procreate. Why? Because that promotes the strength of our particular species over…
the planet has a fever, and has recognised humankind as an infection, which is something quite different.
Just like the bacteria that live in and on our bodies in a perfectly balanced, mostly harmless way, humankind lived on this planet in a…
the ultimate aim of any species, humankind included, is to eat and reproduce its own kind
everything else, and i do mean everything else, is window dressing.
The female seeks to reproduce, so she seeks the best physical specimen that her own characteristics will draw to her.
you maybe miss the point of what the USA is, and where it sprang from
for 1000 years, Europeans tucked themselves away behind their ramparts. The Italians behind their Alps, the Spanish behind ther Pyrenees, the English / Irish across their moats.
a thought provoking and timely piece, amazing what a determined schoolgirl can accomplish in just one year. No one imagined the threat to established world order would come from such a one, but it did.
And world leaders are being forced to take notice now.