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Universal Contradictions Writ Large

Our continued search for extraterrestrial life is an ideal worth pursuing while destroying millions of species on our own planet isn't nearly as romantic.

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Universal Contradictions Writ Large

What kind of world is this that can send machines to Mars and does nothing to stop the killing of a human being?

- José Saramago (1922-2010)

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A Symmetry is Not Asymmetrical but Sounds Like it Is - A planksip® Möbius

Universal Contradictions Writ Large

Our continued search for extraterrestrial life is an ideal worth pursuing while destroying millions of species on our own planet isn't nearly as romantic. And so we bury our heads in the sand and move on, consuming more, acquiring wealth for the sake of our fellow human beings, with very little economic consideration to the biodiversity that supports us all. This perverse reversal of priorities is a living dystopia that we wake up to every mourning. Woke is a suitable graduated title considering the radical remnants of everything left.


José Saramago

Published 3 months ago