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Please don’t believe the bullshit that Elon Musk and his weird cult want you to believe. Mars isn’t a viable habitat for humans.

The lack of a magnetosphere that deflects deadly cosmic radiation is something that, with anything that’s currently available or even remotely on the horizon for the next few hundred years, can not be solved.

Made it to the weekend. All quiet on the eastern front.

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If science fiction/fantasy is not for you, it's not for you. But if you liked the idea but gave up on it because it was the province of straight white men, let me recommend you take another look: the Hugo and Nebula award candidates are full of amazing stuff like N. K. Jemisin's Stone Sky series, Yoon-Ha Lee's Machineries of Empire, Aliette de Bodard's The Tea Master and the Detective, and Naomi Novik's Spinning Silver.

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other countries:
hmmmm what should we put on our bank notes. how about this famous dude

Norway:
cod

health 

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Which direction does your icon face?

Please boost for highest possible demographic :)

Boy, I sure can’t bring myself to care about CES this year. Give me fewer gadgets doing less intrusive, spammy, disrespectful things with my time and attention.

Have I become an Old finally?

*Arguably* the worst part about vacation being over is having to wear pants again.

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Web 1.0 was - ideologically - the most healthy model for the internet we have ever seen, as it was decentralized and far less constrained by the jaws of capitalism.

Web 1.0 was a glimpse into a sustainable, communal, anarchist internet that was promptly crushed by capitalism.

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Giving people accessible/open tools and space to make their own websites and connect them together will always be healthier and more sustainable than closed, locked-down platforms run by capitalists.

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