Analysis and commentary - emerging technologies, advancements in science & engineering, politics, economics, law and anything else that piques my interest! Often serious, sarcastic regularly and satirical occasionally.
I believe healthy discourse and spirited argument is vital to the internet and healthy societies at large; when people stop arguing, that's when the wise begin to fear the anger of gentle men.
The result has never been, nor will it be, a pretty sight should history repeat itself ad nauseum. Like a groundskeeper staving off the ever-encroaching entropy of nature, fighting to keep political discourse alive and well in today's turbulent waters is a mostly thankless and rarely pleasurable task in the doing.
And yet, nothing could be more vital for the long-term success of humanity as a whole than this sustained effort. Without negotiations, wars would never end; the notion of a treaty would not exist, and we'd have never accomplished anything more than building fire and figuring out how to make enemy tribesmen cook evenly over an open flame.
In recent times, a faint sliver of hope has emerged from the divisive miasma of social media - the very toxic wasteland that has moulded the younger generations to view each-other as morally inferior and sub-human does, on the rarest of occasions, churn up an entire piece of corn poking out from the Zuckerturd like a seedling emerging from topsoil in its quest for sunlight.
Its sheer power was an overwhelming force against the faceless armies of the dreaded ShadowBan army with their GasLight stealth tech. Since, it has ascended; the one sentence with which we can achieve consensus.
Alas, at all odds (and about fucking time), a true neutral ground has emerged; A statement so pure, so manifestly self-evident for which all refugees of the Diaspora of Diversity and veterans from the Great Social Media Purges of the 2010s can raise a glass to. We, the very pioneers who will eek out the path of a new digital world, can surely all agree:
Epstein didn't kill himself.